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Civil War Locomotive Garden Train Planter Set
Set #2

Civil War Locomotive Garden Train Planter Set

Your Price: $556.00
Item ID: BRO-369
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The Civil War Locomotive Garden Train Planter Set is made of frost proof fiber reinforced cement and is hand made by a family owned business right here in Georgia, USA. Track Sections are included with both sets.

Civil War Locomotive Garden Train Planter Set #1 measures:
Engine measures: 21.75 inches long, 6 inches wide,10 inches tall and weighs 28 pounds
Coal Car measures: 13 inches long, 5.25 inches wide, 5.75 inches tall and weighs 10 pounds

Civil War Locomotive Garden Train Planter Set #2 measures:
Engine measures: 21.75 inches long, 6 inches wide,10 inches tall and weighs 28 pounds
Coal Car measures: 13 inches long, 5.25 inches wide, 5.75 inches tall and weighs 10 pounds
Box Car measures: 18 inches long, 6.75 inches wide, 9.5 inches tall and weighs 36 pounds
Caboose: Length:18" Width:6.75" Height:10.75" Weighs 40 lbs.

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

During the Civil War The General was stolen by Northern spies led by James J. Andrews at Big Shanty (now Kennesaw), Georgia, and abandoned north of Ringgold, after being pursued by William Allen Fuller and Texas. Low on water and wood, the General eventually lost steam pressure and speed, and slowed to a halt two miles north of Ringgold, where Andrews and his raiders abandoned the locomotive and tried to flee.

Later, the General narrowly escaped destruction when General John Bell Hood ordered the ordnance depot destroyed as he left Atlanta on September 1, 1864.

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