Surviving Steam Locomotives in Alabama, United States

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List of Steam Locomotives in Alabama, United States

No.ClassF.M. WhyteGaugeRailroad LineLocationStatusBuilder InfoNotes
10-4-0T36"Queens Subway, Apartment & Loft Bldg Cheney Lime & Cement, Allgood, ALstoredVulcan Iron Works (Wilkes-Barre) #3340, 1923
20-4-0T36"Cheney Lime & Cement Cheney Lime & Cement, Allgood, ALstoredRogers #46731, 1910
1003tram0-4-0T4'-8½"SAL John Tisdale, L&N Depot, Andalusia, ALabandonedBaldwin #40131, 1913
20-4-0T4'-8½"Federal ShipbuildingSmith Estate, Axis, ALabandonedALCO (Schenectady) #56989, 10/1917
4018 (20030)USRAl2-8-24'-8½"SLSF (PRR) Sloss Furnaces National Historical Landmark, Birmingham, ALdisplayLima #5872, 1919 From Alabama State Fairgrounds
400-4-0F4'-8½"AL Power Co. Heart of Dixie Railroad Museum, Calera, ALdisplayDavenport #3420, 11/1953
3 (3801)0-4-0ST4'-8½"AL Marble Heart of Dixie Railroad Museum, Calera, ALrestorationALCO (Cooke) #48052, 1910
40460-6-04'-8½"AL By-Products Heart of Dixie Railroad Museum, Calera, ALdisplayLima #8380, 1944
38 (12)2-8-04'-8½"Woodward Iron (B&H Lumber) Heart of Dixie Railroad Museum, Calera, ALdisplayBaldwin #58101, 1924
34-4-024"Shelby & Southern Shelby & Southern Railroad, Calera, ALstoredCrown Metal Products (Elizabeth)For sale
0-4-0T36"Standard Turpentineunknown, Decatur, ALunknownH.K. Porter, 1911 From SCM Glidco Organics then N FL Chapter NRHS, Jacksonville, FL. Was this locomotive purchased by Ken Riddle?
29 (35)2-8-04'-8½"AL Central Alabama Mining Museum, Dora, ALdisplayALCO (Richmond) #65287, 10/1923
10-4-0F4'-8½"AL Power Co. Gadsden Steam Plant, Gadsden, ALdisplayH.K. Porter #8172, 1948
40-4-04'-8½"Sharon Steel Depot Museum, Huntsville, ALdisplayH.K. Porter #3077, 1904
6 (5)0-4-0F36"Apache Powder Rails End, Hurtsboro, ALrestorationH.K. Porter #7110, 1924from Bucksgahuda & Western Railroad, St. Marys, PA, later Doe River Gorge, Hampton, TN
152715004-8-24'-8½"SLSF Langan Park, Mobile, ALdisplayBaldwin #59201, 1926
72-6-04'-8½"W. T. Smith Royce Kershaw Manufacturing, Montgomery, ALrestorationBaldwin #38303, 09/1912
0-4-2T24"Wales West Wales West Railways, Silverhill, ALoperationalExmoor #320, 01/2004 Named Dame Ann, from Wales
100-4-0F4'-8½"AL Power Co. Hwy 79, Vulcan Materials Dolcito Quarry, Tarrant, ALdisplayH.K. Porter #7312, 02/1941 From Shorty's Rail Salvage, Ohatchee, AL. Restored at Ensley Shops, Birmingham, AL
14 (1501)4-4-04'-8½"W. T. Smith (CofG) Pike Heritage Museum, Troy, ALdisplayBaldwin (Burnham) #5892, 1881 From Chapman, AL

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