Surviving Steam Locomotives in Louisiana, United States

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List of Steam Locomotives in Louisiana, United States

No.ClassF.M. WhyteGaugeRailroad LineLocationStatusBuilder InfoNotes
0-6-04'-8½"Atchafalaya River, Berwick, LAsunk
65 (3)23-2Shay2Tr4'-8½"Kirby Lumber Co (R.E. Trabue)Red River, Colfax, LAsunkLima #1579, 1905
124S-90-6-04'-8½"SP (T&NO) DeQuincy Railroad Museum, DeQuincy, LAdisplayBaldwin #39695, 1913 from Green Bros Sand & Gravel
114010502-6-24'-8½"Southern Pine Lumber (AT&SF) Louisiana National Guard Camp Minden, Doyline, LAstoredBaldwin, 1902 from Shreveport
342 tonHeisler2Tr4'-8½"Fisher Lumber JM Jones Lumber, Ferriday, LAstoredHeisler #1513, 1925 Stored in an old shed at an old sawmill.
724-6-04'-8½"GM&N (NOGN) Washington Parish Fairgrounds, Franklinton, LAdisplayALCO (Schenectady) #54484, 01/1914 from Green Bros Sand & Gravel
60-4-4T31"Salem Brick Welcome Center, Gramercy, LAdisplayBaldwin #17737, 1900 Named Ann, from W. E. Butler, Ponchatoula, modified from 0-4-0T, from Lutcher, LA
5 (4002)0-6-04'-8½"Forest Products Division (USATC) Museum of World Mechanical History, Greensburg, LAdisplayALCO (Schenectady) #70428, 1942 from Baton Rouge
75 tonHeisler2Tr4'-8½"Genesee LumberTangipahoa River, Hammond, LAgoneFell into river pushing log train on 03/12/1903 during flood (bridge colapse). Recovered.
7 (2)4-4-036" Old Hickory Railroad, Jackson, LAout of serviceCrown Metal Products (Elizabeth) #43436, 1964 from Frontierland, Cherokee, NC
760-6-04'-8½"Trinity & Brazos Valley LASTA, Jefferson, LAstoredALCO (Richmond) #42929, 06/1907 From Bisso Towboat yard
745Mk-52-8-24'-8½"SP (T&NO) LASTA, Jefferson, LAout of serviceT&NO (Algiers), 1921 Named Spirit of Lousiana. Featured in The Curious Case of Benjamin Button and Jonah Hex. 1472 day rebuild started in 2019.
0-4-04'-8½"Garyville Northernwoods, Livingston, LAabandoned
2022-6-04'-8½"Crowell & Spencer (Meridian Lumber) Southern Forest Heritage Museum, Long Leaf, LAdisplayBaldwin #40862, 1913
10610-32-D4-6-04'-8½"Red River & Gulf Southern Forest Heritage Museum, Long Leaf, LAdisplayBaldwin #57203, 1923
40010-32-D4-6-04'-8½"Long Leaf Lumber (Crowell & Spencer) Southern Forest Heritage Museum, Long Leaf, LAdisplayBaldwin #51175, 01/1919
112C-70Shay3Tr4'-8½"Meridian Lumber Southern Forest Heritage Museum, Long Leaf, LAabandonedLima #3273, 1924 located in woods just north of museum
32-6-24'-8½"Arkansas, Louisiana & Missouri (Brown Paper Mill) Louisiana Purchase Gardens and Zoo, Monroe, LAdisplayBaldwin #60295, 12/1927 from Graphic Packaging, West Monroe; Driven into park under its own power in 1962
156 (329)0-4-4T4'-8½"Napoleon Cypress (NYE)S of Lake Verret, Morgan City, LAabandoned
1 (709)0-4-4T4'-8½"Weil Gutman Tourist Center, Opelousas, LAdisplayDavenport Locomotive Works #1161, 1911 Named Mary Jane
40-4-0ST+T36"M.A. Patout & Son M. A. Patout & Son, Patoutville, LAstored operationalH.K. Porter #4375, 1909 Named Ida P, completely rebuilt
64580-4-4RT36"M.A. Patout & Son M. A. Patout & Son, Patoutville, LAstoredH.K. Porter #6458, 1920 Named Bessie, very poor condition
10-6-2T36"M.A. Patout & Son M. A. Patout & Son, Patoutville, LAstoredALCO (Dickson) #1005, 1898 Named Stephanie, rebuilt
3 (1)2-8-04'-8½"LA Cypress Lumber Co. Depot Park, Ponchatoula, LAdisplayH.K. Porter #5565, 1914 oldest in Louisiana?
Shay2Tr4'-8½"Garyville & Northerncanal E. of Hwy 61, Reserve, LAsunkLima
32-4-4T36"Godchaux Sugar near Godchaux Suger Mill, Reserve, LAdisplayBaldwin #16199, 09/1898 Temporarily moved during plantation house restoration
102002-6-04'-8½"D&R (ICC) Ford Park, Shreveport, LAdisplayCooke Locomotive & Machine Works #39189, 1906
4'-8½"L&N Rigolets Pass RR Bridge SE of, Slidell, LAsunk
Lake Saro, St. Bernard, LAsunkBecame trapped in 1922 when a levee near the Poydras Plantation broke.
20-4-0ST4'-8½"Kivett & Reel (US Navy) Kivett Road, Sun, LAabandonedVulcan Iron Works (Wilkes-Barre) #2653, 1917
3330-6-04'-8½"IC Tioga Heritage Park and Museum, Tioga, LAdisplayALCO (Cooke) #58999, 1918 From Baton Rouge; Museum permanently closed.

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