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Glade Lumber Co. #3 - s/n 3067
Built 03/20
/1920 - Std gauge - 10" x 10" cylinders - 29" drivers - 36 tons - 2 trucks

The locomotive operated near Erwin, West Virginia.
Photo hosted by: West Virginia University Libraries

Glady & Alpena Railroad #3 ~ s/n 924  ~ at left in photo
Built 09/12/1904 ~ Std gauge ~ 10" x 12" cylinders  ~ 29" drivers ~ 37 tons ~ 2 trucks

The locomotive, owned by the Raine Andrews Lumber Co., operated near Evenwood, West Virginia..
The photo is from the
Railroad Museum of Pennsylvania ~ Benjamin F. G. Kline, Jr. Collection ~ Negative #K1245.

The identity of the Shay locomotive with the #5 road number plate at right in the photo is unknown.

Glady Fork Lumber Co. #3 - s/n 1711
Built 07/12/1906 ~ Std. gauge ~ 10" x 10" cylinders ~ 28" drivers ~ 33 tons ~ 2 trucks

The locomotive operated near Glady, West Virginia
The photo is from the
Railroad Museum of Pennsylvania ~ Benjamin F. G. Kline, Jr. Collection ~ Negative #K1246-1
Glen Blair Redwood Co. #1 - s/n 247
Built 09/09/1889 ~ Std gauge ~ 7
" x 9" ~ 26" drivers ~ 15 tons ~ 2 trucks

The locomotive operated near Glen Blair, California.
The photo is from the Washington State Archives ~ John T. Labbe Collection ~ ID = AR255-114-0-1_LL-0217
Glen Blair Redwood Co. #2 - s/n 1838
uilt 03/18/1907 ~ Std gauge ~ 10" x 12" cylinders ~ 29" drivers ~ 37 tons ~ 2 truck

The locomotive operated near Glen Blair, California.
The photo is from the Washington State Archives ~ John T. Labbe Collection ~ ID = AR255-114-0-1_LL-0217

Glen Hazel & Shawmut Railroad #1 -  s/n 374
Built 11/17/1891 - Std. gauge - 11" x 12" cylinders - 29" drivers - 40 tons - 2 trucks

The locomotive, owned by the W. S. Weed & Co.,  operated near Glen Hazel, Pennsylvania
Photo hosted by: Jones Township of Pennsylvania

 

Glenray Lumber Co. #2 ~ s/n 2067
Built 04/24/1908 ~ Std
gauge ~ 10" x 12" cylinders ~ 29" drivers ~ 42 tons ~ 2 trucks

The locomotive operated near
Glenray, West Virginia.
The photo is from the Frank Boyd Collection.
Glenray Lumber Co. #3 ~ s/n 2215
Built 01/25/1910 ~ Std
gauge ~ 8" x 10" cylinders ~ 26" drivers ~ 28 tons ~ 2 trucks

The locomotive operated near
Glenray, West Virginia.
The photo is from the Robert S. Rigg Collection.

Gloucester Lumber Co. #1 - s/n 2466 near Rosman, North Carolina
Built 07/25/1911 ~ Std gauge ~ 10
" x 12" cylinders ~ 29" drivers ~ 42 tons ~ 2 trucks

Photo credit:  D H Ramsey Collection @ University of North Carolina
 
Gloucester Lumber Co. #2 - s/n 2610
Built 11/30/1912 - Std gauge - 10" x 12" cylinders - 29" drivers - 42 tons - 2 trucks

The locomotive operated near Rosman, North Carolina
The photo is from the Rowell Bosse collection at the Transylvania County Library
, North Carolina

Goble, Nehalem & Pacific Railway #2 -  s/n 991  near Globe, Oregon
Built  3-24-1905 - Std. gauge - 10" x 12" cylinders - 29" drivers - 37 tons - 2 trucks

The locomotive, named Wilbur, was the railroad's second locomotive with the #2 road number.
The locomotive, owned by the Columbia Timber Co.,  operated near Globe, Oregon
Goodman Lumber Co. #9 - s/n 2143
Built 03/11/1909 - Std gauge - 10" x 10" cylinders - 28" drivers - 36 tons - 2 trucks

The locomotive operated near the company's Goodman, Wisconsin location.
Good Roads Construction Co. #3118 - s/n 3118 - destined for : Leachville, Arkansas
Built 05/22/1920 - 24" gauge - (2) 4" x 8" - 22" drivers - 10 tons - 2 trucks -
Operational
This was one of 6 Shays that Lima built specifically for the road construction and quarry industries in the early 1920's. 
The new model line featured:
a single Walschaerts valve gear
-  three cylinders cast "en bloc" (all three being in a single cast block)
100 
Goodyear Logging Co. #3 - s/n 2786 - in September, 1914
Built 09/04/1914 ~ Std gauge ~ 12" x 15"cylinders ~ 32" drivers ~ 75 tons ~ 3 trucks  

The locomotive operated at the company's Clallam Bay, Washington location.
Goodyear, C. A.  Lumber Co. #1 -  s/n 1750  -  Sayner, Wisconsin
Built  10
-03-1906 - Std gauge - 11" x 12" cylinders - 32" drivers - 45 tons - 2 trucks
 
Goodyear, F.H. & C.W. #2 ~ s/n 484 
Built 08/14/1895 ~ Std gauge ~ 14" x 12" cylinders  ~ 33" drivers ~ 75 tons ~ 3 trucks

The locomotive operated near Galeton, Pennsylvania for the brothers Frank Henry and Charles Waterhouse Goodyear.  It was the company's 4th locomotive to carry the #2 road number.
The photo is from the
Railroad Museum of Pennsylvania ~ General Negative Collection ~ Negative #14423
Goodyear, F.H. & C.W. #12 ~ s/n 677 
Built 11/16/1901 ~ Std gauge ~ 14" x 12" cylinders  ~ 36" drivers ~ 65 tons ~ 3 trucks

The locomotive operated near Austin, Genesee, and Galeton, Pennsylvania at various times for the brothers Frank Henry and Charles Waterhouse Goodyear.
The photo is from the
Railroad Museum of Pennsylvania ~ Benjamin F. G. Kline, Jr. Collection ~ Negative #K0670.
Goodyear Lumber Co. #5 - s/n 376
Built 01/15/1892 - Std gauge - 14" x 12" cylinders - 33" drivers - 65 tons - 3 trucks

The locomotive operated near Austin, Pennsylvania

Goodyear Lumber Co. #7- s/n 377
Built 02/09/1892 ~ Std gauge ~ 14" x 12" cylinders ~ 33" drivers ~ 65 tons ~ 3 trucks

The locomotive operated near the company's Austin, Pennsylvania location.
Photo credit: Historic Steam

Goodyear Lumber Co. #11 ~  s/n 379 ~ at Hammersley, Pennsylvania
Built 04/30/1892 ~ Std gauge ~ 14" x 12" cylinders ~ 33" drivers ~ 65 tons ~ 3 trucks

The photo is from the Lanny Nunn collection.
Goodyear Lumber Co. #19 - s/n 974 @ the company's shops in Keating Summit, Pennsylvania in 1912
Built 01/25/1905 - Std gauge - 14" x 12" cylinders - 35" drivers - 75 tons - 3 trucks

The photo is part of the Marc Reusser collection.
Goodyear Lumber Co. #20 - s/n 1679
Built 03/02/1906 - Std gauge -
12" x 15" cylinders - 36" drivers - 65 tons - 3 trucks

The locomotive operated near Galeton, Pennsylvania
The photo is from the Lanny Nunn Collection
Goodyear Yellow Pine Co. #3 - s/n 3040 - destined for Picayune, Mississippi
Built 07/21/1919 - Std gauge - 10" x 12" cylinders - 29" drivers - 42 tons - 2 trucks

The locomotive was operated the company's subsidiary, Rosa Lumber Company, near Picayune, Mississippi.

Goodyear Yellow Pine Co. #7 -  s/n 3028
Built 03/24/1919 ~ Std. gauge ~ 11" x 12" cylinders ~
32" drivers ~ 60 tons ~ 3 trucks

The locomotive was operated near Picayune, Mississippi.
Photo credit: Sybil Pigott collection @  Pearl River Historical Society  

Gordon Pond Railroad #1 - s/n 935
Built 09/24/1904 - Std. gauge -  9" x 8"cylinders -
26" drivers - 23 tons - 2 trucks

The railroad, located near Johnson, New Hampshire, was owned by the Johnson Lumber Co.
Photo credit: Bill Gove collection @ WhiteMountainHistory.org

Gordon Pond Railroad #3 - s/n 2036 @ Lincoln, New Hampshire.
Built 11/11/1907 - Std. gauge - 8" x 12"cylinders - 28
" drivers - 32 tons - 2 trucks

The railroad, located near Johnson, New Hampshire, was owned by the Johnson Lumber Co.
Photo credit: Bill Gove collection @ WhiteMountainHistory.org

Gottschall, Adam J. #2 - s/n 965
Built 12/14
/1904 - 42" gauge - (2) 7" x 12" cylinders - 26" drivers - 15 tons - 2 trucks

The locomotive was named the "Adam J. Gotshall".  It operated near the towns of Renova & Yeagertown, Pennsylvania. 
The photo is part of the Benjamin F. G. Kline, Jr. collection
Graham County Railroad Co. #1925 -s/n 3256 @ North Carolina Transportation Museum, Spencer, North Carolina - 1999
Built 02/12/1925- Std. gauge - 12" x 15" cylinders - 36" drivers - 70 tons - 3 trucks
The railroad's parent company was Bemis Lumber Co.
Photo by Bill Blomgren
Graham County Railroad Co. #1926 -  s/n 3299 - near Topton, North Carolina
Built 05/04/1926 - std gauge - 12" x 15" cylinders - 36" drivers - 70 tons - 3 trucks
The railroad's parent company was Bemis Lumber Co.

Grande Ronde Lumber Co. #103s/n 2241
Built 11/23
/1909 ~ Std gauge ~ 10" x 12" cylinders ~ 29" drivers ~ 42 tons ~ 2 trucks

The locomotive operated near Perry, Oregon.
The image is part of the James B Bane collection.
Grasse River Railroad #2 - s/n 756
Built 02/02/1903 ~ Std. gauge ~ 12" x 12" cylinders ~ 32" drivers ~ 50 tons ~ 3 trucks

The railroads base of operations was Conifer, New York
Photo courtesy of the Marc Reusser collection.

Grasse River Railroad #51 - s/n 2758
Built 05/20/1914 - Std gauge - 12" x 15
" cylinders - 36" drivers - 70 tons - 3 trucks

The railroad, owned by the
Heywood-Wakefield Co., was located near Conifer, New York.
Grassy Bay Timber Co. #1 - s/n 1733
Built 07/30/1906 - Std. gauge - 10" x 10" cylinders - 28" drivers - 33 tons - 2 trucks

The locomotive's base of operations was Grassy Bay, British Columbia, Canada
Grays Run Railroad #2 ~ s/n 412 
Built 10/06/1892 ~ Std gauge ~ 11" x 12" cylinders  ~ 29" drivers ~ 40 tons ~ 2 trucks

The locomotive, owned by Thomas E. Proctor Lumber Co., operated near Grays Run, Pennsylvania.
The photo is from the Railroad Museum of Pennsylvania ~ General Negative Collection
~ Negative #14586
Grayson, C. H.  Lumber Co. #2 - s/n 584
Built 08/09/1899 ~ Std. gauge ~ 10" x 12" cylinders ~ 29" drivers ~ 40 tons ~ 2 trucks

The locomotive operated near Leeds, Alabama
The photo is from the Thomas Lawson Jr. collection via Brian Johnston & Tony Howe
Graysonia-Nashville Lumber Co. - s/n 265
Built 12/05/1889 ~ Std gauge ~ 12" x 10" cylinders ~ 29" drivers ~ 32 tons ~ 2 trucks

The locomotive operated near Graysonia, Arkansas
The photo is from the Ricky Stacy collection.

Great Central Sawmills Ltd. #2 - s/n 3339
Built 08/05/1929 - Std. gauge - 11" x 12" cylinders -
32" drivers - 60 tons - 3 trucks

The locomotive operated near Great Central, British Columbia, Canada
Photo hosted by the University of Washington, Seattle, Washington
great_northern_lbr-t150.jpg (5803 bytes) Great Northern Lumber #1 - s/n 3100 -  destined for Leavenworth, Washington
Built 08/23/1920 ~ Std. gauge ~ 11" x 12" cylinders ~ 32" trucks ~ 60 tons ~ 3 trucks


 

Great Southern Lumber Co. #201- s/n 1681 near Bogalusa, Louisiana
Built 01/07/1907 ~ Std gauge ~ 12
" x 15" cylinders ~ 36" drivers ~ 65 tons ~ 3 trucks

Photo credit: Texas Transportation Archive
 
Great Southern Lumber Co. #204 - s/n 1684
Built 02/13/1907 - Std. gauge - 12" x 15" cylinders - 36" drivers - 65 tons - 3 trucks

The locomotive operated on the company's New Orleans Great Northern RR Co. near  Bogalusa, Louisiana

Great Southern Lumber Co. #207 - s/n 602
Built 10/30/1900 - Std gauge - 
12" x 12" cylinders - 32" drivers - 50 tons - 3 trucks

The locomotive operated near Bogalusa, Louisiana
Photo credits:
~ upper  : from McCain Library and Archives hosted by the University of Southern Mississippi
~ lower   : published in Marion County
Great Southern Lumber Co. #209 -  s/n 2748 - near Bogalusa, Louisiana
Built 11/22/1913 - Std gauge - 12" x 15" cylinders - 36" drivers - 70 tons - 3 trucks

The locomotive operated on the company's New Orleans Great Northern RR Co. near  Bogalusa, Louisiana

Great Southern Lumber Co. #210 - s/n 2988
Built 09/24/1919 ~ Std gauge ~ 12" x 12" cylinders ~ 35" drivers ~ 65 tons ~ 3 trucks

The locomotive operated near Bogalusa, Louisiana

Greenbrier & Elk River Railroad - s/n 662  at right in photo.
Built 12/18/1901 ~ Std. gauge ~ 8" x 12" cylinders ~
26" drivers ~ 25 tons ~ 2 trucks

Greenbrier & Elk River Railroad #1 - s/n 630  at left in photo.
Built 12/24/1900 - Std. gauge -11" x 12" cylinders - 29" drivers - 40 tons - 2 trucks

The locomotives operated near Cass, West Virginia.   s/n 630 was owned by the West Virginia Pulp & Paper Co.  s/n 662 was on lease by the same.
Photo hosted by the West Virginia University Libraries 

Greenbrier & Elk River Railroad #1 - s/n 630 @ the shop in Spruce, West Virginia in 1910.
Built 12/24/1900 - Std. gauge -11" x 12" cylinders -
29" drivers - 40 tons - 2 trucks

The railroad's parent company was the West Virginia Spruce Lumber Co.  The locomotive was called "Old Barney".
Photo hosted by the West Virginia University Libraries
 
Greenbrier & Elk River Railroad #3 - s/n 754
Built 03/14/1903 - Std gauge - 12" x 15"cylinders -
32" drivers - 65 tons - 3 trucks

The railroad, located near Cass, West Virginia, was owned by the West Virginia Pulp & Paper Co.
Photo Credit: West Virginia University Libraries
 

Greenbrier, Cheat & Elk Railroad #2 - s/n 836
Built 03/10/1904 ~ Std. gauge ~ 12" x 15" cylinders ~ 32" drivers ~ 65 tons ~ 3 trucks

The railroad, owned by the West Virginia Pulp & Paper Co., was located near Cass, West Virginia.   The locomotive was the railroad's second Shay to carry the #2 road number.
Photo hosted by West Virginia University Libraries

Greenbrier, Cheat & Elk Railroad #8 - s/n 2583
Built 11/07/1912 - Std gauge - 15" x 17" cylinders -
40" drivers - 100 tons - 3 trucks

The railroad, located near Cass, West Virginia, was owned by the West Virginia Pulp & Paper Co.
Photo hosted by: West Virginia University Libraries
 


Greenbrier, Cheat & Elk Railroad #10 - s/n 2765
Built 05/18/1914 ~ Std. gauge ~ 12" x 15" cylinders ~ 36" drivers ~ 70 tons ~ 3 trucks

The railroad, owned by the West Virginia Pulp & Paper Co., was located near Cass, West Virginia.
Photos hosted by:
~ upper  : West Virginia University Libraries
~ lower   : West Virginia University Libraries



 



Greenbrier, Cheat & Elk Railroad Co. #11 ~ s/n 2799
Built 10/17
/1914 ~ Std gauge ~ 15" x 18" cylinders ~ 40" drivers ~ 100 tons ~ 3 trucks

The locomotive, owned by the West Virginia Pulp & Paper Co., operated near Cass, West Virginia

Photos are part of the Kyle Neighbors collection with the following details (top to bottom):
  1. Held at the The Mountain State Railroad & Logging Historical Association
     
  2. Held at the West Virginia University Library ~ ID = 000346
     
  3. Held at the West Virginia University Library ~ ID = 000437.   Photo taken at Spruce, West Virginia in 1912. 
     


 

Greenbrier, Cheat & Elk Railroad Co. #12 ~ s/n 3156
Built 03/11/1921 ~ Std. gauge ~ 17" x 18" cylinders ~ 48" drivers ~ 150 tons ~ 3 trucks

The locomotive, owned by the West Virginia Pulp & Paper Co., operated near Cass, West Virginia.
The photo is from the  West Virginia University Libraries ~ Kyle Neighbors Collection ~ ID = 000490

Greeneville & Nolichucky Railway #1 -  s/n 2443
Built 05/01/1911 - Std gauge - 10" x 12" cylinders - 29" drivers - 42 tons - 2 trucks

The locomotive, owned by the John Heilman Lumber Co., operated near Greeneville, Tennessee
Photo hosted by: The Peavine Railroad

Greeneville & Nolichucky Railway #2 -  s/n 2543
Built 07/01/1912 - Std gauge - 10" x 12" cylinders - 29" drivers - 42 tons - 2 trucks

The locomotive, owned by the
John Heilman Lumber Co., operated near Greeneville, Tennessee
Photo hosted by: The Peavine Railroad

Green Point Logging Co. #7 -  s/n 2996 on August 27, 1932
Built 09/30/1918 ~ Std. gauge ~10" x 12"cylinders ~ 29" drivers ~ 42 tons ~ 2 trucks

The locomotive operated near the company's Harrison Lake, British Columbia, Canada location
Photo credit: Stuart Thomson collection @ the City of Vancouver Archives
 
Greenwood Railroad #2 - s/n 957
Built 12/08/
1904 - 36" gauge - 10" x 12" cylinders - 29" drivers - 37 tons - 2 trucks

The locomotive, owned by the
L. E. White Lumber Co.,  operated near Elk, California.   Named the "Frank C. Drew", it was the company's second locomotive to use the #2 road number.

Greenwood Railroad #5 - s/n 800
Built 05/09/1903 - 36" gauge - 10" x 12" cylinders -
29" drivers - 37 tons - 2 trucks

The locomotive, owned by the L. E. White Lumber Co, operated near Elk, California.  It was named the "Helen P. Drew".      
Photo credits: Mendocino Coast Model Railroad and Historical Society.  Note: The lower photo is incorrectly labeled as Greenwood Railroad #2 on their page.
Greenwood Railroad #139 - s/n 800
Built 05/09/1903 - 36" gauge - 10" x 12" cylinders -
29" drivers - 37 tons - 2 trucks

The locomotive, named "Cambell", was owned by the L. E. White Lumber Co.   It operated near Elk, California   

Griffin, J. P.   Lumber Co. #1 - s/n 3081 - destined for Avera, Mississippi
Built 05/08/1920 - Std. gauge - 10" x 12" cylinders - 29 drivers - 42 tons - 2 trucks



 
Griffin, J. M.  Lumber Co. #2 - s/n 3104 - destined for Blodgett, Mississippi
Built 05/24/1920 - Std gauge - 11" x 12
" cylinders - 32" drivers - 50 tons - 2 trucks
 
Griffin, J. M. Lumber Co. #3 - s/n 3182 - destined for Burnside, Mississippi
Built 07/14/1922 - Std gauge - 11" x 12" cylinders - 32" drivers - 60 tons - 3 trucks
 

Grogan, R. W.  Lumber Co. #1 - s/n 741 - destined for Harlton, Texas
Built 10/25/1902 ~ Std gauge ~ 8" x 12" cylinders ~ 26 drivers ~25 tons ~ 2 trucks

Photo credit: C. W. Jernstrom collection via Texas Transportation Archive

Groves Creek Lumber Co. #8 - s/n 813
Built 07/28/1903 ~ 38" gauge ~ (2) 9" x 8" cylinders ~ 26" drivers ~17 tons ~ 2 trucks

The locomotive was used near the company's Ira, West Virginia location.
Photo credit: Jack Deo collection via Superior View (Railroads & Depots)

Gull Lake & Northern Railway #1 - s/n 64
Built 03/03/1883 - 36" gauge - (2) 10" x 10
" cylinders  - 26" drivers - 18 tons - 2 trucks

The locomotive, owned by the Northern Mill Co,  operated near Lothrup, Minnesota.
The photo is from the Crow Wing County Historical Society, Brainerd, Minnesota

Gull Lake & Northern Railway #3 - s/n 321 - @ Gilpatrick Lake, Minnesota
Built 11/17/1890 ~ 36" gauge ~ 10" x 12" cylinders ~ 29" drivers ~ 32 tons ~ 2 trucks

The locomotive was owned by the Northern Mill Co.
Photo published in Minnesota Logging Railroads     Available >here

Guatemala Northern Railway #18 - s/n 1996 ~ destined for Guatemala City, Guatemala
Built 11/14/1907 ~ 36"
gauge ~ 12" x 15" cylinders ~  36" drivers ~ 70 tons ~ 3 trucks

The
image was published on page 6 of the August, 1910 edition of  Locomotive World
Guayaquil & Quito Railway #15 s/n 650
Built 05/30
/1901 ~ 42" gauge ~ 12" x 12" cylinders ~ 32" drivers ~ 50 tons ~ 3 trucks

The locomotive operated near Guayaquil, Ecuador
The photo is from the Javier Alexander Macias Villa collection
Guyan Lumber Co. #4 - s/n 2406
Built 12/21/1910 - 36" gauge - 10" x 10
" cylinders - 29" drivers - 36 tons - 2 trucks

The locomotive operated at the company's Herndon, West Virginia location. 

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