Photo on left:
Caption: 1905-era postcard of the North End depot, looking west. The tracks curving out to the left (south) are the Cheney railroad. The engine in the photo, on the main line, was larger than the Cheney engines, which were known as goats – from “Yard Goat,” a small locomotive to move equipment on railroad sidings or for short hauls. The Cheney railroad carried passengers and silk, fairly light-weight cargo, so it could use smaller engines.