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what a great article and a terrific description of what many researchers experience, that wonderful "distraction" when we move from initial target to outer space or perhaps down a rabbit hole.

Thanks for your interest, Sandy! This is certainly a key part of what keeps our jobs so enthralling.

So, peering into the adjacent rabbit hole, what (and now where) is that locomotive #268? I can't quite read the R.R. company name on the cab.

That little narrow gauge train engine next to the missile is on display at the Gunnison Pioneer Museum. Baldwin Engine 268 is one of the most famous engines in our history. She really got around, often riding on a flatbed card on a standard gauge rail line. Cinder Ella, star of the 1952 movie, "Denver & Rio Grande"!

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