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White Knob Copper & Development Co. #1 - s/n 1551 - MacKay, Idaho
Built 12/12/1905 - 36" gauge - 9" x 8" cylinders -26" drivers - 23 tons - 2 trucks

Identification by George E. Pitchard of Salt Lake City, Utah - see Notes 

 

White River Lumber Co. #1 - s/n 2225 @ Enumclaw, Washington in the early 1940's
Built 09/22/1909 - Std gauge - 12" x 15
" cylinders  - 36" drivers - 70 tons - 3 trucks

This was the company's 2nd locomotive to carry the #1 road number.
White River Lumber Co. #4 - s/n 3331 near Enumclaw, Washington
Built 03/22/1929 - Std gauge - 13" x 15" cylinders - 36" drivers - Pacific Coast model
 


White River Lumber Co. #6 - s/n 3260
Built 04/02/1924 - Std gauge - 13" x 15" cylinders - 36" drivers - 80 tons - 3 trucks

Upper photo taken in 1950 at the company's engine house near Enumclaw, Washington
Middle photo taken in 1953 at the company's log dump near Enumclaw, Washington
Bottom photo is from the Augustus DeSpain Collection held at the Enumclaw Public Library,  Enumclaw, Washington

Weyerhaeuser Timber Co. acquired the company in 1949

White River Lumber Co. #9 -  s/n 2547 - near Enumclaw, Washington on 5/8/1936.
Built 05/27/1912 - Std gauge -
11" x 12" cylinders - 32" drivers - 60 tons - 3 trucks

 
White Stone Co. #1 - s/n 2356
Built 07/16/1910 - 36" gauge - (2) 6
" x 10" cylinders - 22" drivers - 13 tons - 2 trucks

The locomotive, owned by the White Sulphur Stone Co., operated near White Sulphur, Ohio
The photo is from the Marie Bouic collection hosted by the Ostrander and Scioto Township History site in Ohio

White Top Railway #3 - s/n 2021
Built 12/12/1907 ~ 36" gauge ~ 8" x 12" cylinders ~  28" drivers ~ 32 tons ~ 2 trucks

The locomotive, owned by the Hassinger Lumber Co., operated near Konnarock, Virginia.   It was the company's 3rd locomotive to carry the #3 road number.  The photo was published in Green Gold 
White Top Railway #3 - s/n 2021
Built 12/12/1907 ~ 36" gauge ~ 8" x 12" cylinders ~  28" drivers ~ 32 tons ~ 2 trucks

The locomotive, owned by the Hassinger Lumber Co., operated near Konnarock, Virginia
The photo was published in Green Gold 
Wier Long Leaf Lumber Co. #7 - s/n 3268 - destined for Wiergate, Texas
Built 09/13/1924 - Std gauge - 13" x 15" cylinders - 36" drivers - 80 tons - 3 trucks
 
Wilcox Railroad #303 - s/n 303
Built 07/03/1890 - Std gauge - 7" x 12" cylinders - 26" drivers - 13 tons - 2 trucks

The locomotive was owned by  P. S. Ernhout of Wilcox, Pennsylvania

 

 

Wilcox Sawmill Co. #4  - s/n 3094 - destined for  Flatwood, Alabama
Built 08/05/1920 -  36" gauge - 6" x 12" cylinders - 29" drivers - 20 tons -2 trucks

Provided courtesy of Christian Halpaap of Hohenhameln-Bruendeln, Germany
Wild River Railroad #1 - s/n 370
Built 09/30/1891 - Std gauge -  11" x 12" cylinders - 29" drivers - 40 tons - 2 trucks

The locomotive, named GILEAD, was owned by Wild River Lumber Co. and operated near Gilead, Maine
The photo is part of the Robert J. Girouard collection.
Wildell Lumber Co.  #1 & #2 - s/n 859  &  s/n 1595
#1 -
Built 02/16/1904 - Std. gauge -   8" x 12" cylinders - 26" drivers - 28 tons - 2 trucks
#2 -
Built 11/23/1905 - Std. gauge - 10" x 10" cylinders - 28" drivers - 33 tons - 2 trucks

The company's base of operations was Wildell, West Virginia.  
Wildell Lumber Co. #2  - s/n 1595 @ Wildell, West Virginia
Built 11/25/1905 - Std.  gauge - 10" x 10" cylinders - 28" drivers - 33 tons - 2 trucks







 
Wilderness Lumber Co. #5 - s/n 3303 ~ destined for Nallen, West Virginia
Built 06/19/1926 ~ 36" gauge ~ 10" x 10" cylinders ~ 29" drivers ~ 36 tons ~ 2 trucks

The photo is part of the collection hosted by the Facebook user ID: "Greenbrier County & WV History"
Willamette Iron & Steel Co. - s/n 2587
Built 08/13/1912 - Std gauge - 12" x 12" cylinders - 36" drivers - 60 tons - 2 trucks

The company was an equipment dealer located in Portland, Oregon 
The photo is from the Bert Kellogg collection held at the Port Angeles Public Library, Port Angeles, Washington

Willamette Iron & Steel Works #5 - s/n 2614
Built 01/20/1913 - Std gauge - 11" x 12" cylinders - 32" drivers - 50 tons - 2 trucks

The locomotive operated as a switcher for the company in Portland, Oregon
The photo is from the James B. Bane collection.
Willamette Iron & Steel Co. -  s/n 2952  @ Portland, Oregon on June 17, 1937
Built  12/22/1917 - Std. gauge - 12" x 15" cylinders - 36" drivers - 70 tons - 3 trucks

The company was an equipment dealer.
Photo from Ted Wurm collection
Willapa Harbor Lumber Mills  #904 - s/n 3130 near Raymond, Washington  circa 1938
Built 10/09/1920 - Std gauge -12" x 15" cylinders - 36" drivers - 70 tons - 3 trucks
 

Photo credit: Clark Kinsey collection @ University of Washington Libraries.


Williams, H. D.  Cooperage Co. #1 - s/n 1791
Built 10/17/1906 - Std. gauge - 8" x 8" cylinders -
26" drivers - 20 tons - 2 trucks

The locomotive, named the "H. D. Williams",  operated near Leslie, Arkansas 

Photos hosted by:
~ upper  : Searcy County Library in Marshall, Arkansas
~ lower   : Boone County Historical & Railroad Society, Inc. of Harrison, Arkansas

Wilson, Luther & Wilson #202 - s/n 202
Built 02/29/1888 - 36" gauge - 8" x 8
" cylinders - 26" drivers - 24 tons - 2 trucks

The company's base of operations was in Luther, Michigan

Wilson, Luther & Wilson #212 - s/n 212
Built 05/16/1888 ~ 36" gauge ~ 10" x 10" cylinders ~ 28" drivers ~ 28 tons ~ 2 trucks

The locomotive operated near Luther, Michigan.  At right in the full photo is the company's Heisler locomotive with road #6.
The photo is
part of the Claude Thomas Stoner collection at the University of Michigan's Bentley Historical Library ~ Photo #HS15731 

Winslow Lumber Co. #5 - s/n 2299 - near Orin, Washington
Built 04/14/1910 - Std gauge - 10" x 12" cylinders - 29" drivers - 42 tons - 2 trucks

The image appeared on page 4 of the December, 1914 edition of Locomotive World

winton_lbr-t150.jpg (5734 bytes) Winton Lumber #5 - s/n 3077 - destined for Bovill, ID
Built 04/03/1920 - Std. gauge - 12" x 15" cylinders - 36" drivers - 70 tons - 3 trucks


 
Wisconsin Logging & Timber Co. #5 -  s/n 653 @ Midway, Washington
Built 07/05/1901 - Std.  gauge - 10" x 10" cylinders - 28"  drivers - 28 tons - 2 trucks

From the collections of Vernon Goe, John Labbe & Mark Reusser
Wisconsin Valley Lumber - s/n 137
Built 10/13
/1885 ~ Std gauge ~ (2) 8" x 8" cylinders ~ 26" drivers ~ 11 tons ~ 2 trucks

The locomotive operated near Harrison, Wisconsin
The photo is held at the Wisconsin Historical Society ~ ID = 126210
Wolgan Valley Railway #1 - s/n 1778
Built 10/20/1906 - Std. - 12" x 15" cylinders - 36" drivers - 65 tons - 3 trucks

The railway, located near Newnes, New South Wales, Australia, was owned by the Commonwealth Oil Corporation. 
The locomotive was named Constance.
Photo credit: Shays in the Valley ~ Hosted by Brian Ayling's Home Page


Wolgan Valley Railway #2 - s/n 1994
Built 09/28/1907 - Std. gauge -
12" x 15" cylinders - 36" drivers - 70 tons - 3 trucks

The locomotive, owned by the Commonwealth Oil Corporation, operated near Newnes, New South Wales, Australia
Photos hosted by:

~ upper :  Wolgan Valley Wilderness Railway
~ lower  : Newnes, New South Wales, Australia



 

Wolgan Valley Railway #3 - s/n 2100  @ Newnes Station, New South Wales, Australia circa 1923
Built 07/29/1908 - Std. gauge - 12" x 15" cylinders - 36
" drivers - 70 tons - 3 trucks

The railway's parent company was Commonwealth Oil Corp.


Wolgan Valley Railway #4 - s/n 2270
Built 04/14/1910 - Std gauge - 14" x 15" cylinders - 36" drivers - 90 tons - 3 trucks

The locomotive, owned by the Commonwealth Oil Corp., operated near Newnes, New South Wales, Australia
Photos hosted by:

~ upper : National Library of Australia
~ lower  : Newnes, New South Wales, Australia

Wood County Railroad ~ s/n 83
Built 08/16
/1883 ~ Std gauge ~ (2) 8" x 8" cylinders ~ 24" drivers ~ 11 tons ~ 2 trucks

The locomotive, owned by Sherry & Briggs, operated near Sherry, Wisconsin.
The photo is from the Mike Kirk collection
Wood & English Ltd. #1 - s/n 2962 ~ near Nimpkish Lake, British Columbia, Canada
Built 02/12/1918 - Std gauge -
12" x 12" cylinders - 34" drivers - 60 tons - 2 trucks

Per the photo's hosting site, it was taken in 1928.  Although, in the photo, t
he locomotive is still lettered for its previous owner, Nimpkish Timber Co. Ltd., the date would place the locomotive under the ownership of the Wood & English.  
The photo is
part of the BC Archives Collection hosted by the Royal BC Museum  ~  Call Number: NA-08255
Wood & English Ltd. #5 - s/n 3280  -  near Englewood, British Columbia, Canada
Built  03/09/
1925 - Std gauge - 14" x 15" cylinders - 36" drivers - 90 tons - 3 trucks

Photo from the British Columbia Archives collection
Note: The caption on the photo incorrectly notes the company name as "Woods & English"

Woodbine Lumber Co. #2 - s/n 1824
Built 11/26/1906 - 36" gauge -  8" x 10" cylinders -
26" drivers - 23 tons - 2 trucks

The company's base of operations was Harry Siding, West Virginia


Woodstock Lumber Co. #5 - s/n 3066 - @ Clark's Trading Post - North Woodstock, New Hampshire - taken 09/1999  - Preserved
Built 12/23/1919 - Std. gauge -11" x 12" cylinders - 32" drivers - 50 tons - 2 trucks
 

The locomotive operated on the company's Beebe River Railroad.

Upper photo by and courtesy of Roger Hahn
Lower photo by Lima Locomotive Works

Woodstock & Thornton Gore Railroad #2 - s/n 1970
Built 06/27/
1908 - Std gauge - 11" x 12" cylinders - 32" drivers - 50 tons - 2 trucks

The locomotive, owned by the Woodstock Lumber Co., operated near Woodstock, New Hampshire
Photo hosted by the Museum of the White Mountains

 

Woodstock & Thornton Gore Railroad #4 - s/n 2394
Built 06/16
/1911 - Std gauge - 11" x 12" cylinders - 32" drivers - 50 tons - 2 trucks

The locomotive, owned by the Woodstock Lumber Co., operated near Woodstock, New Hampshire
Workman Creek Logging Co. #10 - s/n 2707
Built 06/28/1913 - Std. gauge - 11
" x 12" cylinders - 32" drivers - 50 tons - 2 trucks

The locomotive operated at the company's  Elma, Washington location.
Photo credit: Clark Kinsey collection @ University of Washington Libraries.

1.Data and/or s/n provided courtesy of Dan Rowe of the Dripping Springs Locomotive Works

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