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This oil tank, oil columns, water faucets, and sheds aTe ali that is required to fuel and lubricate the railroad 's three diesels. A freight train leaves Oakdale every weekday morning and returns that evening.

The two tracks (actually a passing siding) at the left are the Sierra 's and those at the right the Santa Fe 's . The Santa Fe tracks serve as an inter change with the Sierra and lead onto a large Hershey chocolate plant.

The Oakdale engine house is 40 x 1 00 feet in a light green with a natural aluminum roof. The only Sierra structures are the engine house, a similar size warehouse, and a few sheds in the Oakdale area.

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