Surviving Steam Locomotives in Mississippi, United States

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List of Steam Locomotives in Mississippi, United States

No.ClassF.M. WhyteGaugeRailroad LineLocationStatusBuilder InfoNotes
152915004-8-24'-8½"SLSF Frisco Park, Amory, MSdisplayBaldwin #59203, 05/1926
50-4-036"Armour Phosphate Co. (US Equipment Co.)Greg Beason, Amory, MSoperationalH.K. Porter #5190, 1912 From Petticoat Junction Railroad, then Warrior, AL.
1784-6-04'-8½"Columbus & Greenville Propst Park, Columbus, MSdisplayRogers #5609
120-4-0T600mmLambert & Mahieux John Nelson, Courtland, MSprivate operationalOrenstein & Koppel (Berlin) #5419, 1913Named Marie, from Woodstown, NJ.
1412-8-24'-8½"Green Brothers Gravel (Mississippi Central) along SR 28, Georgetown, MSdisplayAlco (Schenectady) #64916, 1923
210-4-0F4'-8½"Hercules Powder Southern Depot, Hattiesburg, MSdisplayHeisler #34, 1935
30012-34-E2-8-24'-8½"Bonhomie & Hattiesburg Southern Southern Depot, Hattiesburg, MSdisplayBaldwin #58241, 1925 Formerly from the Fred Kepner collection. Purchased by the Valley Railroad Company in Essex, CT on March 01, 2022 for restoration to operation.
2680-6-04'-8½"IC Daphne Park, Laurel, MSdisplayAlco (Schenectady) #54754, 1914
254225004-8-24'-8½"IC McComb Railroad Museum, McComb, MSdisplayPaducah, 1951 Moved from Edgewood Park on June 21, 2000.
11610-40-E2-8-04'-8½"Meridian & Bigbee River (Susquehanna & New York) Jimmie Rogers Park, Meridian, MSrestorationBaldwin #44835, 1917 To be cosmetically restored and possibly placed downtown.
11Shay3Tr4'-8½"Crosby Lumber & Mfg Duncan Park, Natchez, MSdisplayLima #3197, 1922
1Shay2Tr4'-8½"Crosby Forest Chamber of Commerce Park, Picayune, MSdisplayLima #3281, 1925
1 (2)28 tonShay2Tr4'-8½"Allen Cooperagein swamp near Allen, Port Gibson, MSabandonedLima #431, 1893Reportedly abandoned in the swamp in 1929. It has never been found. Could be a rumor.
842 (156)0-6-04'-8½"SP (T&NO) depot, Terry, MSdisplayLima #6772, 3/1924 From Green Bros Sand & Gravel, later Casey Jones Museum, Vaughan, MS. Erroneously numbered 841.

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