Firing up the 150Case, the largest steam traction engine in the world

Corey Anderson brings the action in Andover, South Dakota, to fire up the 150 Case road locomotive.

It was originally built in 1905 by the company, producing nine of these engines. None of them survived and they were all scrapped. However, in 2018 they brought one back alive, building it to the original blueprints acquired from the Case company in Racine, Wisconsin.

Over the course of ten years, they brought the engine back to life; in this video, they are going to show the process of firing it up.