#3759 is an AT&SF Class 3751 Northern type (4-8-4) locomotive built in 1928 by the Baldwin Locomotive Works in Philadelphia, PA. It is on display in Locomotive Park between Andy Devine Ave and Beale St in Kingman, AZ.
The City of Kingman was founded as a construction camp in 1882 for the Atlantic & Pacific Railroad's Western Division, and is named after Lewis Kingman who surveyed the right-of-way between Needles, CA, and Albuquerque, NM. Kingman also supervised building of the railroad from Winslow to Beale's Springs, AZ, near Kingman.
The line was sold to the newly created AT&SF subsidiary, Santa Fe Pacific Railroad, in 1897 and was eventually absorbed into the AT&SF itself.