Steam Locomotives: Wanted and For Sale

Periodically, people ask me if I know of any steam locomotives that are for sale or if I know of someone selling a steam locomotive. I will try to collect some of that information here for you to view. There are often individuals asking the same questions on the Bulletin Board Systems . So, be sure to check there as well if you are either look to buy or sell a steam locomotive.

For Sale

May 2014:
Empire Limestone 2-4-2T #5. It is currently set up to hold about 25 kids and a couple of adults for parades. There are also steps to use when set up as a static display. The bell is loud and the whistle will run on the truck air in parades and there are 4 small nitrogin tanks so the whistle works during static display. The caliope runs of batteries & inverter system or 110V when static. The whistle is operated with a remote control only so that one always has control of the whistle.
August 2003:
1911 Waterloo Steam Traction Engine with wooden water wagon. Original boiler and recently certified. Fully restored and a real beauty. $30,000 Canadian or best offer. Call Michelle 1-705-646-3743 or email .

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Wanted

December 2010:
Jake Marcus of the Mt. Rainier Scenic Railroad in Elbe, WA is interested in purchasing a 4-8-4 for restoration.
January 2006:
Wanted: Steam Locomotive in good condition for static display. Looking for Pre 1900's.

Contact e-mail : taradog69@hotmail.com
Contact Cell: 561-818-9588

February 2005:
Wanted old Steam Engines in restorable condition. Looking for engines from 1880's to 1940's. If coal tender is available would like it as a pair. Number of wheels not important any combination will suffice. Please send photo of equipment if available. Standard gauge only will not consider narrow gauge. Thank you Please call: 603-294-4367 or email: newenglandrailroad@msn.com

Donald Adams/President New England Railroad Making the world of transportation safer and better

April 2003:
Wanted Steam Locomotive for static display in Pullman Washington to be put in conjunction with an exisitng caboose and three Pullman Cars at The Pufferbelly Depot (former Great Northern/BN Depot). Locomotive needs to be a smaller type, such as a "switcher locomotive" - no more than 130 feet long. Anyone, please help my restoration project.

Dan R. Antoni

Pufferbelly Depot
Suite A
Pullman, WA 99163

Work phone: 1-800-342-7356
Home phone: 509-332-1338
Cell phone: 509-336-8535

Dan R. Antoni

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