This steam locomotive was consider as the “world’s most incredible steam survivor” and described
It is a ‘portrait of a dinosaur’ by Colin Garratt, author of the book, Iron Dinosaurs Published in 1976
Insular Lumber Company Train No.07 was fondly called as “Siete”
It was the main workhorse carrying logs and lumber during the heyday of insular Lumber
Company in the 1900s. ‘Siete’ is a 3 feet, 6 inches gauge 4-cylinder compound o-6-6-o mallet that
Built in 1925 by Locomotive Baldwin Works in Philadelphia, U.S.A it was donated by Mr. & Mrs.
Edgar and Sonia Sarrosa to the City. Siete now stands majestically at the City public Plaza ,
Attracting every tourist and passerby