Surviving Steam Locomotives in Nova Scotia, Canada

List of Steam Locomotives in Nova Scotia, Canada

No.ClassF.M. WhyteGaugeRailroad LineLocationStatusBuilder InfoNotes
1521H-6-b4-6-04'-8½"CNR Middleton Railway Museum, Middleton, NSdisplayMontreal Locomotive Works, 1905 From Clementsport.
1510-4-0T36"Dominion Steel and Coal Museum of Industry, Stellarton, NSdisplayMontreal Locomotive Works #69741, 1942
50-4-0T30"Dominion Steel and Coal Museum of Industry, Stellarton, NSdisplayBaldwin #44823, 01/1917
72600-6-04'-8½"Tibbetts (CNR) Museum of Industry, Stellarton, NSdisplayCLC, 1906
0-6-04'-8½"General Mining Assoc Museum of Industry, Stellarton, NSdisplayHackworth, 1838 Named Samson.
0-6-04'-8½"General Mining Assoc Museum of Industry, Stellarton, NSstoredRayne & Burn #albion, 1850 Named Albion, from England.
42 (16)2-6-04'-8½"Acadia Coal (Dominion Coal) Museum of Industry, Stellarton, NSstoredAlco (Schenectady) #5103, 1899Originally built as a 2-6-2T tank engine. Rebuilt as a 2-6-0 in 1945. Operated at the Salem and Hillsborough Railroad (now the New Brunswick Railway Museum) from November 1983 until 1987.

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