City officials said a 19th century steam locomotive at the State Fair Park in Oklahoma City is set to be lifted by cranes and moved to a heavy haul trailer.
Officials scheduled the transition for Tuesday, Dec. 22. The train will be put on the trailer between 12:15 and 12:45 p.m.
The train won't actually be moved to the Oklahoma Railway Museum until a route has been approved, authorities said.
City officials said the locomotive has been on the site of the future MAPS 3 Expo Center at the State Fair Park.
Atchison, Topeka & Santa Fe Railroad Company locomotive No. 643 is a steam engine built in 1879 that first came to Oklahoma City in 1900.
The Oklahoma State Fair is donating the locomotive to the museum and paying for the transport.