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Skagit Mill Co. #1 - s/n 2107
Built 08/14/1908 ~ Std gauge ~ 11" x 12" cylinders ~ 36" drivers ~ 50 tons ~ 2 trucks

The locomotive
operated near Lyman, Washington.
The photo is part of the Clark Kinsey collection held at the University of Washington Library ~ ID: PH Coll 516.4051
Skagit Valley Railroad #4 - s/n 945
Built 01/25/1905 - Std. gauge - 11
" x 12" cylinders - 35" drivers - 45 tons - 2 trucks

The locomotive, owned by the
English Lumber Co., operated near Fir, Washington
seslc-t.jpg (4915 bytes) Slade, S.E.  Lumber Company - s/n 338 - Elma, Washington
Built 02/20/1891 - Std. gauge - 7" x 12" cylinders -  26" drivers - 15 tons - 2 drivers

Photo from The Willamette Locomotive p 2 (with permission) - Note the "T" boiler & inward tilt of cylinders

Smith, Ralph L.  Lumber Co. #1 -  s/n 3334 - @  Eugene, Oregon
Built 04/26/1929 - Std gauge -
13" x 15" cylinders - 36" drivers - 3 trucks - Pacific Coast model

On the date of the photograph, the locomotive was in route from the company's headquarters in Canby, California to British Columbia, Canada
Photo courtesy of the Marc Reusser collection

Smith Granite Co. - s/n 3342
Built 09/27/1929 - 36" gauge - 10" x 10" cylinders - 29" drivers - 36 tons - 2  trucks

The locomotive operated near the company's Westerly, Rhode Island location.
It was converted to standard gauge prior to its acquisition by the company.

Smith River & Northern Railway #1 - s/n 2175 near Brookings, Oregon in June, 1938
Built 01/29/1910 - Std gauge - 8" x 8" cylinders -
26" drivers - 24 tons - 2 trucks

The railway was owned by the
California & Oregon Lumber Co.
Smith Powers Logging Co. #1 - s/n1944
Built 07/18/1907 ~ Std gauge ~ 8" x 12" cylinders ~ 28" drivers ~28 tons ~ 2 trucks

The locomotive operated near Powers, Oregon
The photo was published in Coos County
Smith-Powers Logging Co. #2 - s/n 1827
Built 01/29/1907 - Std gauge - 10" x 12" cylinders - 29" drivers - 37 tons - 2 trucks

The locomotive operated near Powers, Oregon

Smith Powers Logging Co. #1 - s/n1944
Built 07/18/1907 ~ Std gauge ~ 8" x 12" cylinders ~ 28" drivers ~28 tons ~ 2 trucks

The locomotive operated near Powers, Oregon
The photo was published in Coos County

Smoky Mountain Railway #3 - s/n 1642
Built 05/07/1906 - Std gauge - 10" x 12" cylinders - 29" drivers - 37 tons - 2 trucks

The locomotive, owned by the W. M. Ritter Lumber Co., operated near Proctor, North Carolina.   It was the first of two of their Shays to carry the #3 road number.
Photo hosted by: Travel Western North Carolina


Snoqualmie Falls Lumber Co. #4 - s/n 2969 - near Snoqualmie, Washington
Built 03/26/1918 - Std gauge -
11" x 12" cylinders - 32" drivers - 60 tons - 3 trucks

Upper image of locomotive near Snoqualmie, Washington
Lower image appeared on page 105 of the December 27, 1919 issue of American Lumberman
Somers Lumber Co. #1 - s/n 2769
Built 09/19/1914 ~ Std. gauge ~ 10" x 12" cylinders ~ 29" drivers ~ 42 tons ~ 2 trucks

The company's base of operations was near Somers, Montana
This image appeared on page 49 of the October, 1918 issue of The Timberman

sound_timber_2-t150.jpg (5318 bytes) Sound Timber Co. #2 - s/n 3057  - destined for Darrington, Washington
Built 01/15/1920 - Std. gauge - 13" x 15" cylinders - 36" drivers - 80 tons - 3 trucks


 

Southern Iron & Equipment Co. #791- s/n 263
Built 12/21/1889 - 36" gauge - 7" x 12" cylinders - 26" drivers - 13 tons - 2 trucks

The locomotive was built as 34" gauge and later regauged to 36". 
The photo's location is at SIEC's  Atlanta, Georgia location.  The company was an equipment dealer.
Photo published in Railroading in the Carolina Sandhills: Vol. 3    Available >here

Southern Iron & Equipment Co. #939s/n 1610 @ Atlanta, Georgia   
Built 12-09
-1905 - Std gauge - 9" x 8" cylinders - 26"  drivers - 24 tons - 2 trucks

The Atlanta, Georgia company was a dealer and rebuilder of railroad equipment.  The locomotive was acquired from Valley Lumber Co of  Gloster, Mississippi in August, 1913.   It would remain at  SI&E until April, 1916 at which time it was sold to  Bowie Lumber Co. (Bowie, LaFourche & Northwestern RR) of Bowie, Louisiana.

Photo by H. Reid of Norfolk, Virginia

Southern Iron & Equipment Co. #1226 - s/n 910 - Atlanta, Georgia in 1917
Built 07/20/1904 - 36" gauge - (2) 8" x 12" cylinders -
26" drivers - 18 tons - 2 trucks

The
Atlanta, Georgia company was a dealer and rebuilder of railroad equipment.  As shown, the locomotive was gauged at 40" for its former owner,  Lake County Manufacturing of Eustis, Florida.    It would remain at SI&E until 11/07/1919 at which time it was regauged to 36" and sold to J. M. Logan Lumber Co. of Prattsville, Alabama.290d      

Photo from the Donald R. Hensley, Jr. collection with permission - 1999 

Southern Iron & Equipment Co. #1349 - s/n 1607 at Atlanta, Georgia
Built 11/11/1906 - 36" gauge - (2) 6" x 10" cylinders - 22" drivers - 10 tons - 2 trucks

The Atlanta, Georgia company was a dealer and rebuilder of railroad equipment.
Photo credit: by David Price collection @ SamLindsey.com

Southern Iron & Equipment Co. #1352 - s/n 450 at Atlanta, Georgia
Built 11/18/1893 - Std. gauge - 11" x 12" cylinders - 32" drivers - 45 tons - 2 trucks

The Atlanta, Georgia company was a dealer and rebuilder of railroad equipment.
Photo credit: Town of Beatrice, Alabama

Southern Iron & Equipment. Co. #1619 - s/n 985
Built 06/17/1905 - Std. gauge -12" x 32" cylinders -
32" drivers - 45 tons - 2 trucks

The Atlanta, Georgia company was a dealer and rebuilder of railroad equipment.

Southern Lumber & Manufacturing Co. - s/n 2377 - near Nicks Creek in Tennessee circa 1916.
Built 09/28/1910 - 36" gauge - 7" x 12" cylinders -
26" drivers - 18 tons - 2 trucks

The company was located in Norma, Tennessee

Southern Railway #4001 - s/n 1875
Built 11/16/1907 - Std. gauge - 17" x 18" cylinders - 46" drivers - 150 tons - 4 trucks

The locomotive operated at the company's Knoxville, Tennessee location.
Posting permission for this builder's photo was granted by the Allen County Historical Society courtesy of Dan Rowe of the Dripping Springs Locomotive Works .... purveyors of fine live steam Shays.  Dan also supplied all the information.
Southern Utah Railroad #50 - s/n 2274 @ Hiawatha, Utah on August 7, 1910
Built 03/15/1910 - Std gauge -
12" x 15" cylinders - 36" drivers - 70 tons - 3 trucks

Photo Credit: Utah State Historical Society

Southwestern Portland Cement Co. #12 - s/n 3293 @ Fairborn, Ohio in 1957
Built 04/22/1926 - Std gauge -
10" x 12" cylinders - 32" drivers - 50 tons - 2 trucks
Sparrow-Kroll Lumber Co. #249 - s/n 249
Built 08/06/1889 - Std gauge - 9" x 8" cylinders - 26" drivers - 20 tons - 2 trucks

The locomotive operated near Kenton, Michigan
The photo was
published in Copper Country Rail    Available >here


Spaulding, Charles K.  Logging Co. #4 -  s/n 1807 near Marys Peak, Oregon
Built 11/05/1906 ~ Std. gauge ~ 10" x 12" cylinders ~ 29" drivers ~ 37 tons ~ 2 trucks

Photo credit: Benton County Historical Society



 

Spaulding-Miami Lumber Co. #7 - s/n 611 - Between Willamina and Grand Ronde, Oregon on November 21, 1921
Built 12/24/1900 - Std gauge - 
11" x 12" cylinders - 32" drivers - 40 tons - 2 trucks


Photo credit: Ben Maxwell collection @ Oregon Historic Photograph Collections

Standard Box & Lumber Co. #1 - s/n 1776  @ Scofield, Oregon.
Built 10/01/1906 ~ Std gauge ~ 8" x 10" cylinders ~ 26"
 drivers ~ 23 tons ~ 2 trucks

It was their 2nd Shay with the road #1.
The photo is part of the Martin E. Hansen collection.
Standard Logging Co. #80 - s/n 3286 - near Durham, Oregon
Built 03/28/1925 - Std gauge -
13"  x 15" cylinders - 36" drivers - 80 tons - 3 trucks  
 
Standard Lumber Co. #3 - s/n 2297 on 8/13/1925
Built 04/30/1910 - Std. gauge - 12" x 12" cylinders - 36" drivers - 60 tons - 2 trucks

The locomotive operated near Standard, California.   The locomotive operated on the company's Sugar Pine Railway.


Standard Steel Car Co.  - s/n 2990 - destined for Hammond, Indiana 
Built 07/20/1918 - Std. gauge - 8" x 12" cylinders - 26" drivers - 20 tons - 2 trucks

Photo & specs. courtesy of George R. Kadelak
Stange Lumber Co. #3 - s/n 2393
Built 11/12/1910 ~ Std gauge ~ 8" x 10" cylinders ~ 27" drivers ~ 28 tons ~ 2 trucks

The locomotive, owned by
A. H. Stange Co., operated near New Wood, Wisconsin.
The photo is part of the T.B. Scott Library collection held at the Central Wisconsin Digitization Project  ~  ID: P 78-4-6
Stearns & Culver Lumber Co. #6 - s/n 578
Built 07/06
/1899 - 36" gauge - 10" x 12" cylinders - 28" drivers - 40 tons - 3 trucks

The locomotive operated near L'Anse, Michigan

Stephens-Bird Logging & Lumber Co. - s/n 1790
Built 01/19/1907 - Std gauge - 10" x 12" cylinders - 29" drivers - 37 tons - 2 trucks

The locomotive operated near Monroe, Washington

 


 
Stephens-Bird Logging & Lumber Co. #3 - s/n 2387 - in June, 1912
Built 11/03/1910 - Std gauge - 11
" x 12" cylinders - 32" drivers - 50 tons - 2 trucks

The locomotive operated near Monroe, Washington

The photo is hosted by The Monroe Monitor & Valley News of Monroe, Washington
 
Stimson Lumber Co. #1 - s/n 2172 @ Gaston, Oregon in July, 1955
Built 05/03/1909 - Std gauge - 10" x 12" cylinders  -
29" drivers - 42 tons - 2 trucks

The locomotive was named "Peggy"
Photo courtesy of the Marc Reusser collection. 

Stimson Lumber Co. #2 - s/n 2839
Built 03/18/1916 - Std gauge - 11" x 12
" cylinders - 32" drivers - 60 tons - 2 trucks

The locomotive operated near the company's Seghere, Oregon.

Stoltz, F. H.  Land & Lumber Co. - s/n 2769  on display at Columbia Falls, Montana on June 29, 1977
B
uilt 09/19/1914 - Std gauge - 10" x 12" cylinders - 29" drivers - 42 tons - 2 trucks

The locomotive operated near the company's Columbia Falls, Montana location.
Photo by Ron V. Nixon via Museum of the Rockies

Stony Brook Lumber Co. #1 - s/n 2437 - Lopez, Pennsylvania
Built 03/08/1911 - Std. Gauge - 12" x 12" cylinders - 36" drivers - 60 tons - 2 trucks
 
Straus, Samuel #3 - s/n 2464
Built 07/15
/1911 - 36" gauge - (2) 7" x 12" cylinders - 26" drivers - 18 tons - 2 trucks

The locomotive operated near the towns of Inwood & Penryn, Pennsylvania.
The photo is part of the Benjamin F. G. Kline, Jr. collection

Strouds Creek & Muddlety Railroad #2 - s/n 1568
Built 09/16/1905  - Std. gauge - 12" x 15" cylinders - 36" drivers - 65 tons - 3 trucks

As pictured, the locomotive is under the ownership of the Tioga Lumber Company of Tioga, West Virginia.
Photo hosted by: Auglaize Township Historical Society of Harrod, Ohio

Strouds Creek & Muddlety Railroad #2 - s/n 1568 near Tioga, West Virginia
Built 09/16/1905 - Std. gauge - 12" x 15" cylinders - 36" drivers - 65 tons - 3 trucks

As pictured, the locomotive is under the ownership of the Birch Valley Lumber Co.
 

Strouds Creek & Muddlety Railroad #4 - s/n 2199 - near Tioga, West Virginia in 1928
Built 09/20/1909 - Std. gauge -
11" x 12" cylinders - 32" drivers - 50 tons - 2 trucks

The railroad's parent company was Birch Valley Lumber Co.



 

Sturgeon Bay Railroad #1 - s/n 155
Built 07/31/1886 - 36" gauge - 8" x 8" cylinders - 24" drivers - 11 tons - 2 trucks

The locomotive, owned by the A. B. Klise Lumber Co., operated near Sturgeon Bay, Michigan.   The text "S.B. R. R." appears below the cab window.
The photo is part of the Claude Thomas Stoner collection at the University of Michigan's Bentley Historical Library ~  Photo # HS15711

Sugar Pine Lumber Co. #10 - s/n 3301 near Fresno, California
Built 03/30/1926 - Std gauge - 12
" x 12" - 36" drivers - 60 tons - 2 trucks
 
Sultan Railway & Timber Co. #1 - s/n 803
Built 07/11/1903 - Std. gauge - 11" x 12" cylinders - 32" drivers - 45 tons - 2 trucks

The locomotive operated near Sultan, Washington

Sultan Railway & Timber Co. #4 - s/n 3038 - destined for Oso, Washington
Built 10/10/1919 - Std gauge - 14" x 15" cylinders - 36" drivers - 90 tons - 3 trucks


 
sultan_rwy_&_tbr_5-t150.jpg (5340 bytes) Sultan Railway & Timber Co. #5 - s/n 3074 - destined for Oso, Washington
Built 05/14/1920 - Std. gauge - 13" x 15" cylinders - 36" drivers - 80 tons - 3 trucks


 
Summit Lumber Co. #3 - s/n 383
Built 04/04/1892 - Std. gauge - 11
" x 12" cylinders - 29" drivers - 40 tons - 2 trucks

The locomotive operated near Randolph, Union Parish Louisiana
Photo part of the Gene Barron collection 

Sumter Lumber Co. #3 - s/n 2529  
Built 08/30/
1912 - Std gauge - 12" x 12" cylinders - 36" drivers - 60 tons - 2 trucks

The locomotive operated near Electric Mills, Mississippi
The photo by C.W. Witbeck from the David Price Collection at Mississippi Railroads


Sumter Lumber Co. #7 -  s/n 2364  
Built 08/20/
1910 - Std gauge - 11" x 12" cylinders - 32" drivers - 50 tons - 2 trucks

The locomotive operated near Electric Mills, Mississippi
The photos by C.W. Witbeck from the David Price Collection at Mississippi Railroads
Sumpter Valley Railway #1 - s/n 244 @ Whitney, Oregon
Built 06/29/1889 - 36" gauge - (2) 7
" x 12" cylinders - 26" drivers - 13 tons - 2 trucks

The photo is hosted by the  Baker County Library, Oregon

Suncrest Lumber Co. #5 - s/n 853
Built 02/20/1904 - Std gauge - 10" x 12" cylinders - 28" drivers - 37 tons - 2  trucks

The locomotive operated near Waynesville, North Carolina

Sunset Logging Co. #8 -  s/n 2997 - near Timber, Oregon
Built 10/02/1918 - Std gauge -
10" x 12" cylinders - 29" drivers - 42 tons - 2 trucks


 
Surrey Shingle Co. Ltd. #1 - s/n 621 - Sullivan (West Surrey), British Columbia, Canada110 p37
Built 10/03/1899 - 36" gauge - 6" x 10" cylinders - 22" drivers - 10 tons - 2 trucks
The lettering on the cab is a mystery (V C C ?).

The photo is part of the BC Archives Collection hosted by the Royal BC Museum

Susquehanna Chemical Corp. #2 - s/n 3173  near Westline, Pennsylvania
Built 06/14/1922 - Std. gauge - 12" x 15" cylinders - 36" drivers - 70 tons - 3 trucks
 
Susquehanna & New York Railroad #109 - s/n - 792 - Towanda, Pennsylvania
Built 07/25/1903 - Std gauge - 14" x 12" cylinders - 36" drivers - 75 tons - 3 trucks

This locomotive was the railroad's second to carry the #109 road number.
Swan Lumber Co. #1 - s/n 2644 - near Stillwater, Washington in 1934
Built 04/23/1913 - Std gauge -10" x 12" cylinders - 29" drivers - 42 tons - 2 trucks
 
Swank & McIntyre #6 - s/n 1694
Built 05/14/1906 - Std gauge -  11" x 12" cylinders -
32" drivers - 45 tons - 2 trucks

The company's base of operations was in New Lexington, Ohio.
This image appeared in the November, 1915 issue of The Locomotive World periodical.  Per the related article in the periodical, the locomotive is shown supporting the construction of a 6.1 mile, 16' wide brick road with concrete foundation near New Lexington.


Swayne Lumber Co. #1 - s/n 2926
Built 08/02/
1917 - 36" gauge - 11" x 12" cylinders - 32" drivers - 60 tons - 3 trucks

The locomotive's road number was previously #3 with the company.
The locomotive is pictured at the company's shops in Oroville, California

Swayne Lumber Co. #3 - s/n 2369  @ Oroville, California
Built 09/16/1910 - 36" gauge - 10" x 10" cylinders -  29"
 drivers - 36 tons - 2 trucks
This was the company's 2nd locomotive with the #3 road number.   On the track behind #3 is a Heisler locomotive.   Swayne owned one Heisler.   It is likely but unconfirmed that this Heisler was theirs.

Photo from the Bert Ward collection


Swayne Lumber Co. #4 - s/n 2458
Built 06/17/
1911 - 36" gauge - 8" x 8" cylinders - 27" drivers - 24 tons - 2 trucks

The locomotive's road number was previously #2 with the company.
The locomotive is pictured at the company's Oroville, California location.
Swayne Lumber Co. #6 -  s/n 3302  - Oroville, California
Built  04/21/
1936 - 36" gauge - 11" x 12" cylinders - 32" drivers - 60 tons - 3 trucks
 

 

Swift-Hunter Lumber Co. #60 - s/n 2538 @ Atmore, Alabama on 9-7-1940
Built 05/24/
1912 - Std gauge - 12" x 12" cylinders - 32" drivers - 65 tons - 3 trucks

The photo by C.W. Witbeck

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