|Set||Easter Sweetness (+20%)|
|Award From||Charlie #16||Limit||1|
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| The Reuben Wells is a helper locomotive that was built in 1868. It was designed to push train cars up the 5.89% incline of Madison Hill in Madison, Indiana, the steepest segment of standard-gauge main-track in the United States. Weighing 55 short tons (50 t), it was the most powerful locomotive in the world at the time. It is 35 feet (11 m) long. The train is named after its designer, engineer Reuben Wells.|
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