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The Carey Salt Company bought this locomotive in the 1920s to haul ore out of the mine and later used it to haul personnel. It is on display in the Kansas Underground Salt Museum 650 feet below Hutchinson, Kansas. (Keith Myers/Kansas City Star/MCT via Getty Images)
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The Carey Salt Company bought this locomotive in the 1920s to haul ore out of the mine and later used it to haul personnel. It is on display in the Kansas Underground Salt Museum 650 feet below Hutchinson, Kansas. (Keith Myers/Kansas City Star/MCT via Getty Images)
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December 16, 2012
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The Carey Salt Company bought this locomotive in the 1920s to haul... News Photo 159537577Horizontal,Hutchinson - Kansas,Kansas,Lifestyles,Locomotive,Metal Ore,Mine,Mining,Occupation,Travel,Trucking,USA,UsedPhotographer Collection: McClatchy-Tribune 2013 MCTThe Carey Salt Company bought this locomotive in the 1920s to haul ore out of the mine and later used it to haul personnel. It is on display in the Kansas Underground Salt Museum 650 feet below Hutchinson, Kansas. (Keith Myers/Kansas City Star/MCT via Getty Images)