Most locomotives were products of commercial manufacturers but some railroads built at least a portion of their own rolling stock. The John B. Turner was constructed in the shops of the Chicago and North Western Railway in 1867. It remained in service until 1898. (Engineering, Nov. 20, 1868)

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