The Santa Fe Railroad displayed 2-10-4 (Texas type) No. 5020, a member of a class of 25 locomotives built in 1944. They were the Santa Fe's newest steam engines, and their 74-inch drivers were the highest of any locomotives of this type. With dieselization of the Santa Fe, twelve of these AT&SF 2-10-4s were leased by the Pennsylvania Railroad in 1956 for service on coal trains between Sandusky and Columbus. All were retired by 1959. The locomotive at left is the Reuben Wells, an 0-10-0 tank engine built in 1868 by the Jeffersonville, Madison & Indianapolis Railroad.