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Michigan-California Lumber 0-4-0T No. 11Posted by: Isaac on 2005-07-15 07:40:08.72
Ummm... does anyone know anything about the railroad this engine was originally from? Because I haven't heard of this one.

Äänekoski - Suolahti Railway 0-4-0T No. 1Posted by: Jussi Tepponen on 2005-07-15 03:00:51.403
From the beginning of July 2005 the H.K.Porter 2313 is operational!

Canadian National Railway Co. 4-6-0 No. 1531Posted by: Juergen on 2005-07-14 10:21:05.307
I was wrong on my previous post, the roundhouse foundation is not there anymore.

Sierra Railroad 4-6-0 No. 3Posted by: daniel Lindsey on 2005-07-13 08:51:01.8
The City of Parsons is in the process of building a museum for the area. Parsons, Tennessee was built as a railroad town and the Tennessee Midland Railroad later to become part of the Lousiville, Nashville & Chattagoona and late the Nashville Louisville "L&N" started operations in 1889. The short line route passing through Parsons became known as the "Pee Vine" Route. In 1936 due to the advent of a highway bridge over the Tennessee River near Parsons and the inability of the Railroad to Build a Railroad bridge at the location the Railroad ceased operation along this route. The primary Locamotive used at the time and over the preceeding years between World War I and 1936 was called the Cannon Ball and was numbered 201. We are trying to research the history of that locomotive. Many thought it to be a Baldwin, however, as we continue to research it appears in may have been a Rogers. It is a 4-6-0 with the rear wheels of the 6 spaced rearward of the other two forward 4 of the 6. On locating your site we find that our 201 looks almost exactly like your #3. Where can I contact someone who has info on this type locomotive or might be able to give me some info on your locomotive that I might use to further research. Yours is the only locomotive I have located that is like our 201 "CannonBall"

Godchaux Sugar 2-6-0 No. 6Posted by: BK on 2005-07-12 16:47:38.953

This engine received a cosmetic restoration in the late 1990s. It used to look a lot worse than this.Nearly all of the cab appliances are gone.

Union Pacific RR 4-8-4 No. 844Posted by: David Flores on 2005-07-11 20:28:21.84
844 was part of of an order of 10 4-8-4's ,her sister #838 was also part of the order today she is stored in the portion of the roundhouse.

Denver & Rio Grande Western RR 2-8-2 No. 483Posted by: David Flores on 2005-07-11 20:20:27.877

in September of 1968 she pulled the last passenger train Alamosa to Durango plus Was the only operating engine at the time the Cumbres & Toltec was being formed in 1970


Societe National de Chemin de Fer Francais 0-6-0 No. 030-C-841Posted by: Jean-Paul Viaud on 2005-07-11 12:55:04.62
P.L.M. Stands for Paris, Lyon, Meditérannée. The tender, built in 1908 by the German firm Henschel Und Shön, in Cassel, is coming from a serie of 2-8-0 of an Italian design ordered by the Compagnie de l'Ouest (later amagalmated to Etat, later SNCF)to boost its traffic in Britanny. The tender was mated to the small loco in 1956. 030-C-841 ended her career at the Chateaubriant depot in 1964. She was then donated to the Canadian Railroad Historical Association in 1965.

Texas & New Orleans RR 2-10-2 No. 982Posted by: George Jenista on 2005-07-09 23:45:54.77
The 982 is now slated to be moved from Hermann Park to the sports stadium [built on/around the former SP train station].

White Pass & Yukon RR 2-8-2 No. 70Posted by: Jason MIller on 2005-07-08 19:25:14.74
My family took me on vacations here for 14 summers, my last 4-5 years of going there I rode in the cab. I was at Dollywood 3 years ago and they still allow cab rides. I have rode in both of their engines un countable times. I recomend if you go there just to ask if they still give cab rides.

Cliffside RR 2-8-0 No. 40Posted by: Joe F. on 2005-07-08 17:35:09.703
In October of 2004, #40 was backdated to her Cliffside Railroad Paint scheme, for a photo freight. In Novemeber 2004, she was returned to her New Hope & Ivyland paint scheme. 

Magma Arizona 2-8-2 No. 7Posted by: bill ayars on 2005-07-07 12:46:07.84

400 is ex tremont and gulf 30/magma 7  she wears the bell from magma 6 still in az,  the bells were moved to the front of the firebox, due to sp influence in the style, 

SW 0-4-0T No. 16Posted by: scott on 2005-07-06 20:30:35.517 this link beter help

Atchison, Topeka & Santa Fe Railway 2-6-2 No. 1010Posted by: CJ on 2005-07-05 23:42:21.493
1010 Now sits in the erecting hall of the SP yards in Sacramento CA

Virginia & Truckee RR 2-4-0 No. 21Posted by: The Real Mc'Coy on 2005-07-05 23:32:47.537
V&T will return to service, However, due to preserving the history of the locamotive, it will only opperate on commpressed air. As you know, Ca. is no longer allowed to fire a iron boiler. This engine was also resently in a new mini sieries that im sure you have heard of... ...Into The West...

Ely-Thomas Lumber Co. Shay - 2 truck No. 5Posted by: scott on 2005-07-03 19:31:02.807

here I hope this link helps

Canadian Pacific RR 4-4-4 No. 2929Posted by: Matthew R. Potosky on 2005-07-02 06:24:58.72

This locomotive was never operational in Vermont. What appears to

Duluth, Missabe & Iron Range RR 2-8-8-4 No. 225Posted by: UpnorthJack on 2005-07-01 23:58:48.783
Just looked at her today and she is very bad off, for being so rare with lots of history it is a shame what has become of it, if I could bring it home and fix her up and run her I sure would!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

Big Bend Coal & Clay Co. 0-4-0T No. 2Posted by: JAC on 2005-06-30 21:27:11.597
has eny one ever seen this locomotive if so please say so

Hillcrest Lumber Co. Shay - 2 truck No. 1Posted by: Tyler on 2005-06-29 13:44:26.687
Please ignore my past note. According to the Discovery Center website, No. 1 is out of service pending boiler work.

Cowichan Valley Railway 0-4-0T No. 24Posted by: Tyler on 2005-06-29 13:41:03.263

Boiler Pressure: 150psi

Southern Pacific RR 2-6-0 No. 1673Posted by: Isaac on 2005-06-29 09:33:52.627
1673 is now on display at the Amtrak station/Southern Arizona Transportation Museum.

Denver, South Park & Pacific RR 2-8-0 No. 191Posted by: Daniel Stanley on 2005-06-28 14:45:57.947


I have better photo's of 191 if you would like. The one that you have is not very good at all and does not do 191 any justice. :-)




Ferrocarril Coahuila-Zacatecas 4-6-0 No. 6Posted by: Michael Ledingham on 2005-06-27 23:14:08.923

This locomotive was reputedly built as a 4-6-2. When the trailing truck was removed and why is unknown to me.

Louisville & Nashville RR 4-6-2 No. 152Posted by: OHS on 2005-06-27 22:44:17.337
State Steamlocomotive of KY

Southern Pacific Railroad 4-4-0 No. 216Posted by: E Kelley on 2005-06-27 21:55:33.07
Location is the Double T Agricultural Museum in Turlock, CA

Disneyland Railroad 2-4-4 No. 5 (Ward Kimball)Posted by: E Kelley on 2005-06-27 21:52:38.44
"Maud L" aka "Ward Kimball" operable 5/25/05 after 6 years under Disney ownership. Boschan Boiler & Restorations served as the contractor both on (Aug-April '05) and off (May-June) off site.

Canadian Pacific Railway Co. 4-4-0 No. 29Posted by: Tyler on 2005-06-27 18:25:35.917
This engine is displayed downtown in Calgary, AB. I think it is in front of the CP Building, but I am positive it was not destroyed.

Pennsylvania RR 4-6-2 No. 3750Posted by: Train Guy on 2005-06-27 15:41:52.473
Under a cosmetic restoration.

Western Pacific 0-6-0 No. 164Posted by: David Dewey on 2005-06-27 01:51:35.84

Park is being remodeled, but engine will stay in place for now. About two years ago, vandals (kindest word I can use) cut through the fence and removed both WP tender signs.

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