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Standard Lumber Co. Ltd. #1 - s/n 1196 - Cranbrook,  British Columbia, Canada
Built 03/1910 - Std. gauge - 32 tons - 2 trucks
130d


 
Standard Railway & Timber Co. #1 - s/n 1090 near Tacoma, Washington
Built in 03-1906  - Std gauge - 52 tons - 2 trucks 130


 
Standard Railway & Timber Co. #2 - s/n 1122
Built 11-1907 ~ Std gauge ~ 37 tons ~ 2 trucks 130d


The locomotive operated near the company's Hazel, Washington location.
 
Stearns and Culver #5 (Florida & Alabama RR) - s/n 1210 - at Camp 9 - Bagdad, Florida
Built 1910 - Std. gauge - 60 tons  - 2 trucks
130d

Photographed cira 1910 by E. G. Sulzer  - Florida Photographic Collection
Note: The road #6 is written on the photo.  The information posted with the photo at the collection site notes this as being road #5.  The company had both a #5 & #6 Heisler.  After extensive examination of the number plate by the GSLW author, it is believed it is #5.   
A. W. Stevens Lumber #1 - s/n 1007 - destined for Chatawa, Mississippi - named "A. W. Stevens Jr."
Built 1896 - 36" gauge - 14 tons - 2 trucks
130dp

This is the 1st  14 ton model built.   The builder's plate contained no number but is believed to be s/n 1007 by the author of the source just below.  As evidenced on this locomotive, wheel counter weights were not part of the early locomotives manufactured.    Retro-fit kits of cast weights that could be bolted between the spokes were later made available by Stearns

Photo: Mr. & Mrs. Kenneth Schauble collection

Stoddard Lumber Co. #4 - s/n 1460 @ Baker, Oregon in 1946
Built 09/1922 - 36" gauge - 50 tons - 2 trucks 130d

Photo by Bert Ward
Stoddard Lumber Co. #5 - s/n 1360 - near Baker Oregon
Built 05-1917 - 36" gauge - 36 tons - 2 trucks 130d

The locomotive was previously numbered #3 by Stoddard.

Straight Creek Railroad #3 - s/n 1039
Built 1900 - Std. gauge - 37 tons - 2 trucks 130d


The railroad, owned by Thomas H. Quinn & Co., was located near Straight, Pennsylvania
Photo credits: Carol Digel collection from Elk County Genealogy 
Sugar Pine Railway #4 - s/n 1269 - destined for Standard, California
Built 11/1912 ~ Std. gauge ~ 52 tons ~ 2 trucks
130d
 

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Swayne Lumber Co. #5 - s/n 1028 @ Oroville, California -  August 2, 1935
Built 02/1899 - 36'' gauge - 35 tons ~ 2 trucks
130d 

The photo is part of the Otto Perry collection held at the Denver Public Library

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