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Cabrera, Octaviano B.  #1 - s/n 757 
Built 09/30/1902 - 23 " (60 centimeter) gauge - (2)6" x 10" cylinders - 21" drivers - 10 tons - 2 trucks
 

The locomotive, named "La Mesa", ran on the company's Ferrocarril del Bozo (railroad) near the town of San Luis de la Paz, in the state of San Luis Potosí, Mexico.
It was one of four  "left handed" Shays custom designed and built with the cylinders on the left side for the Cabrera mining operations.
The photo is from the Cabrera-Ipiña Archive at the Historical Center in San Luis Potosi, Mexico

Cabrera, Octaviano B.  #4 - s/n 826 - destined for San Luis Potosi, Mexico 
Built 06/15/1903 - 23" (60 centimeter) gauge - (2)6" x 10" cylinders - 21" drivers - 10 tons - 2 trucks
 

The locomotive, named "Pozos", was one of four  "left handed" Shays custom designed and built with the cylinders on the left side for the Cabrera mining operations . 
Photo posting permission granted by the Allen County Historical Society courtesy of Dan Rowe.

Caddo & Choctaw Railroad #11 - s/n 3226
Built 07/31/1923 - Std. gauge - 10" x 12" cylinders -
29" drivers - 42 tons - 2 trucks

The locomotive, named the "L. D. Williams", was  owned by the Caddo River Lumber Co..  It operated near Rosboro, Arkansas   
Cadillac & Northeastern Railroad - s/n 12 - in January, 1882
Built 04/16
/1881 - 36" gauge - (2)8" x 8" cylinders - 24" drivers - 8 tons - 2 trucks

The locomotive, owned by J. Cummer & Son, operated near Cadillac, Michigan

Photo from the C. T. Stoner collection.

Cadillac & Northeastern RR #110 - s/n 110 - near Cadillac, Michigan
Built 05/01/1884 - 36" gauge - 8" x 8
" cylinders - 26" drivers - 11 tons - 2 trucks

The railroad was owned by Cummer Lumber Co.  The locomotive was named
"E. C. Cummer"


Cadillac Handle Co. #3 - s/n 2168
Built 05/31/1909 - Std gauge - 11" x 12" cylinders - 32" drivers - 50 tons - 2 trucks

The locomotive operated near Pellston, Michigan.
Photo hosted by The Forestry Forum.

 

Cadillac-Soo Lumber Co. #3 - s/n 549 - of  Sault Ste Marie, Michigan
Built 04/09/1898 - Std. gauge - 10" x 12" cylinders - 29 drivers - 30 tons - 2 trucks

Preserved at the Town Park, Cadillac, Michigan
Cadwallader-Gibson Lumber Co. #7 - s/n 3050 - destined for Limay, Bataan Province, Philippines
Built 11/09/1919 - Std gauge - 10" x 10" cylinders - 29" drivers - 36 tons - 2 trucks



 
Cadwallader-Gibson Lumber Co. #8 - s/n 3133
Built 09/15/
1920 - Std gauge - 10" x 12" cylinders - 29" drivers - 36 tons - 2 trucks

The locomotive operated near Limay, Bataan Province, Philippines
California Barrel Co. #1 - s/n 2740
Built 12/19/1916 - Std gauge - 8
" x 10" - 27" drivers - 28 tons - 2 trucks

The locomotive operated near
Arcata, California
California Northwestern Ry #32 - s/n 909
Built 09/21/1904 - Std. gauge - 13" x 15" cylinders - 36" drivers - 75 tons - 3 trucks

The locomotive operated near Tiburon, California
 
Cameron Lumber Co. #1 - s/n 726
Built 11/04
/1902 - Std gauge - 11" x 12" cylinders - 32" drivers - 40 tons - 2 trucks

The locomotive operated near Cameron, Pennsylvania.
The photo is part of the Walter Casler collection.

Camino, Placerville & Lake Tahoe RR #1 - s/n 885 near Camino, California on 8/18/1940
Built 06/20/1904 - Std gauge - 12
" x 15" - 36" drivers - 65 tons - 3 trucks
 
Camino, Placerville & Lake Tahoe Railway #2 -  s/n 3172 @ the railway's shops in Camino, California in 1935
Built 06/05/1922 - Std gauge - 12" x 15
" cylinders - 36" drivers - 70 tons - 3 trucks
 

Cammal & Black Forest Railway #1 & #5 - s/n 479 @ Cammal, Pennsylvania
Built 07/14/1895 - Std. gauge - 12" x 12" cylinders - 32" drivers - 50 tons - 3 trucks

The railway originally assigned the locomotive the road number #1 (upper photo) and subsequently changed it to #5 (bottom photo).
Upper photo from the Ben Kline collection.


 

Camp Run Lumber Co. #3 ~ s/n 2259 ~ at Camp Run, West Virginia
Built 12/21
/1909 ~ 36" gauge ~ 8" x 8" cylinders ~ 26" drivers ~ 24 tons ~ 2 trucks

The photo is part of the AM 1630 Collection at the West Virginia University Library ~ ID = 034862
Campbell Brothers Lumber Co. #4 - s/n 2816
Built 05/18/1916 - Std gauge - 10" x 12" cylinders - 29" drivers - 42 tons - 2 trucks

The locomotive operated near Woodinville, Washington
The photo is from the Bert Kellogg collection held at the Port Angeles Public Library, Port Angeles, Washington

Canadian Forest Products Ltd. #3 - s/n 2687 near Nimphish, British Columbia, Canada in September 1956
Built 09/06/1913 - Std gauge -
12" x 15" cylinders - 36" drivers - 70 tons - 3 trucks

The locomotive was later renumbered to #117 by CFP..


Canadian Forest Products Ltd. #5 - s/n 3280
Built  03/09/
1925 ~ Std gauge ~ 14" x 15" cylinders ~ 36" drivers ~ 90 tons ~ 3 trucks

The locomotive operated near Englewood, British Columbia, Canada
Photos from the BC Archives, British Columbia Canada with the following IDs:
>top       ~  F-06815
>bottom ~  F-09363
Canadian Forest Products Ltd. #29 - s/n 3319 - in September, 1956
Built 05/05/1928 - Std gauge - 
13" x 15" cylinders - 36" drivers - 3 trucks - Pacific Coast model

The locomotive operated near Englewood, British Columbia, Canada

Canadian Forest Products Ltd. #103 - s/n 3269
Built 10/14/1924 - Std. gauge - 12" x 15" cylinders - 36" drivers - 70 tons - 3 trucks

The locomotive operated near Englewood, British Columbia, Canada
CFP later renumbered the locomotive to #114.
Canadian Forest Products Ltd. #114  - s/n 3269 - at Vancouver (Island?), British Columbia, Canada  on  5/2/1959
Built 10/14/1924 - Std. gauge - 12" x 15" cylinders - 36" drivers - 70 tons - 3 trucks

It  was renumbered from 103 by CFP in 1957.   It was scrapped in 1959.  The photo also shows one (# ?) of CFP's 3  Climax locomotives.

Canadian Forest Products Ltd. #117 - s/n 2687 near Englewood, British Columbia, Canada
Built 09/06/1913 - Std gauge -
12" x 15" cylinders - 36" drivers - 70 tons - 3 trucks

The locomotive was renumbered from #3 by CFP during its service with the company.

Canadian Pacific Railway #2 - s/n 2154
Built 05/22/1909 - Std gauge - 8
" x 12" cylinders - 28" drivers - 32 tons - 2 trucks

The locomotive, part of the railway's Tie & Timber Division, operated near Yahk, British Columbia, Canada

The photo is hosted by the City of Vancouver Archives of British Columbia, Canada
Canadian Pacific Railway #111 - s/n 612 - Rossland, British Columbia, Canada
Built 08/09/1900 - Std. gauge - 15"x17" cylinders - 40" drivers - 91 tons - 2 trucks

Photo by  Patrick O. Hind - 191?  - British Columbia Archives
Canadian Pacific Railway #1902 - s/n 689 ~ near Phoenix, British Columbia, Canada
Built 04/16/1902 - Std gauge -
15" x 17" cylinders - 40" drivers - 91 tons - 3 trucks

The photo is
part of the BC Archives Collection hosted by the Royal BC Museum  ~  Call Number: B-06610
Canadian Pacific Railway #1903 - s/n 824
Built 12/04/1903 - Std gauge -
15" x 17" cylinders - 40" drivers - 100 tons - 3 trucks

The locomotive operated near Rossland, British Columbia, Canada

The photo is
part of the BC Archives Collection hosted by the Royal BC Museum  ~  Call Number: E-00340
Canadian Robert Dollar Co. Ltd. #1 - s/n 2879
Built 04/15/1917 ~ Std. gauge ~ 11" x 12" cylinders ~
32" drivers ~ 50 tons ~ 3 trucks


The locomotive operated near Union Bay and Bowser, British Columbia, Canada
The photo is from the
Vancouver Public Library, British Columbia, Canada ~ ID = 20610
Canal Lumber Co. #1 - s/n 1966
Built 07/06/1907 - Std gauge -
8" x 10" cylinders -  26" drivers - 28 tons - 2 trucks

The locomotive operated near Benmore, Mississippi
The image is from an advertisement in the Southern Lumberman magazine appearing on the Mississippi Rails website. 
Canungra Pine Creek Logging Tramway #3 - s/n 2371 - near Canungra, Queensland, Australia circa 1914
Built 10/10/1910 - 42" gauge - 9
" x 8" cylinders - 27" drivers - 24 tons - 2 trucks

The tramway's parent company was Lahey Brothers, Ltd
Photo credit: John Oxley Library, Queensland, Australia

Canungra Pine Creek Logging Tramway #5 - s/n 697 - near Canungra, Queensland, Australia circa 1914
Built 03/15/1902 - 42" gauge - (2) 9
" x 8" cylinders - 26" drivers - 15 tons - 2 trucks - "boot" boiler

The tramway's parent company was Lahey Brothers, Ltd
Photo credit: John Oxley Library, Queensland, Australia


Carlisle Lumber Co. #5 - s/n 3006
Built 05/01/1919 ~ Std. ~ 10" x 12" cylinders ~ 29" drivers ~ 42 tons ~ 2 trucks

The locomotive operated near Onalaska, Washington.
The photos are from the Walt Ainsworth collection held at the Pacific Northwest Railroad Archive with the following IDs:
>top       ~  WWASL-A1200
>bottom ~  WWASL-A1199
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Carlson Lumber Co. #2 - s/n 1724
Built 07/05/1906 ~ Std. gauge ~ 10" x 12" cylinders ~ 29" drivers ~ 37 tons ~ 2 trucks

Carlson operated the locomotive under lease near Mineral, Washington.  Though the "spot plate" on the boiler is a "#1" (from its owner), Carlson ran it as their #2, with their Shay s/n164 running as #1.

The photos are from the Martin E. Hansen Collection
Carlson Shingle Co. #17 - s/n 1722
Built 08/01/1906 - Std gauge - 10
" x 12" cylinders - 29" drivers - 37 tons - 2 trucks

The locomotive operated near
Morton, Washington. 
Carlton & Coast Railroad #6 - s/n 2050
Built 10/23/1908 ~ Std. gauge ~ 12" x 12" cylinders ~ 36" drivers ~ 60 tons ~ 2 trucks

The locomotive, owned by Flora Logging Co., operated near Carlton, Oregon.   It was the company's 1st of 2 Shays to use the #6 road number.
The photo is from the Washington State Archives ~ John T. Labbe Collection ~ ID = AR255-114-0-1_L-1356

Carlton & Coast Railroad #50 - s/n 2745
Built 04/10
/1914 - Std gauge - 11" x 12" cylinders - 32" drivers - 50 tons - 2 trucks

T
he locomotive, owned by the Carlton Consolidated Lumber Co., operated near Carlton, Oregon
Carmen Centrale #2 - s/n 2530 ~ destined for Vega Alta, Puerto Rico
Built 03/13/1912 - 19" (50 cm) gauge - 6" x 10" cylinders - 22" drivers - 13 tons - 2  trucks
Carolina Ship Building Corp. #1 - (U.S.S.B. Emergency Fleet Corporation) - s/n 2912 - destined for Wilmington, North Carolina
Built 06/18/1918 - Std. gauge - 10" x 12" cylinders - 29" drivers - 42 tons -2 trucks
 

 

Carolina Spruce Co. #1 - s/n 2670
Built 04/30/1913 ~ Std gauge ~ 12" x 12" cylinders ~ 36" drivers ~ 60 tons ~ 2 trucks

The locomotive operated near Pensacola, North Carolina
The photo was published in A History of Railroading in Western North Carolina
Carrier, Cassius M.  #292 - s/n 292
Built 08/12/1890 ~ Std gauge ~ 11" x 10" cylinders ~
29" drivers ~ 37 tons ~ 2 trucks

The locomotive operated near
Carrier, Pennsylvania
The photo was published in Brockway and Little Toby Valley
cartavo-3-t150.jpg (3134 bytes) Cartavio Sugar Co. Ltd. #8 - s/n 3323 - destined for Trujillo, Peru
Built 06/21/1921 - 36" gauge - 6" x 10" cylinders - 22" drivers - 13 tons - 2 trucks
 
Carter, W. T.  & Brother Lumber #1 ~ s/n 138 ~ at right in photo
Built 10/01
/1885 ~ 36" gauge ~ (2) 7" x 12" cylinders ~ 26" drivers ~ 13 tons ~ 2 trucks

The brothers were William Thomas and Earnest A.
The locomotive operated near Barnum, Texas

The photo was
published in East Texas Logging Railroads

Carter, W. T.  & Brother Lumber #2 ~ s/n 229 ~ at left in photo
Built 12/14
/1888 ~ 36" gauge ~ 9" x 12" cylinders ~ 26" drivers ~ 17 tons ~ 2 trucks

The brothers were William Thomas and Earnest A.
The locomotive operated near Barnum, Texas

The photo was
published in East Texas Logging Railroads

Carter, W. T.  & Brothers Lumber Co. #2 - s/n 2005@ Steven F. Austin State University, Nacogdoches, Texas - Preserved
Built 10/03/1907 - Std. gauge - 10" x 12" cylinders - 29" drivers - 37 tons - 2 trucks

Photo by and courtesy of Dan Rowe of Dripping Springs Locomotive Works -  taken Fall of 1999
 

Cascade Lumber Co. #3 - s/n 2329 - near Swauk, Washington on October 4, 1943
Built 06/06/1910 ~ Std. gauge ~ 10" x 12" cylinders ~
29" drivers ~ 42 tons ~ 2 trucks

Photo hosted by the Museum of the Rockies, Bozeman, Montana

Cascade Lumber Co. #214 - s/n 2794 - near Swauk, Washington on September 5, 1938
Built 04/30/1917 ~ Std. gauge ~ 12" x 15" cylinders ~
36" drivers ~ 70 tons ~ 3 trucks

Photo hosted by the Museum of the Rockies, Bozeman, Montana

Cascade Lumber Co. #215 - s/n 2906 - near Swauk, Washington on October 4, 1943
Built 04/30
/1917 ~ Std gauge ~ 12" x 15 cylinders ~ 36" drivers ~ 70 tons ~ 3 trucks

The photo is from the Pacific Northwest Railroad Archive ~ Walt Ainsworth Collection
~ ID = WWASL-A0231
Caspar South Fork & Eastern Railway #6 - s/n 3017 - @ Caspar, California - taken 06/27/1948
Built 11/16/1918 - Std. gauge - 8" x 10" cylinders - 29" drivers - 28 tons - 2 trucks

The railway's parent company was
Caspar Lumber Co.   Photo provided courtesy of Troyce Brooks
Casparis Stone Co., "Ruth Casparis" - s/n 782 - Destined for Marblecliff, Ohio 
Built 11/15/1902 - 48" gauge - 7" x 12" cylinders - 26" drivers - 13 tons - 3 trucks - "T" or "Boot" boiler
 
Cass Scenic RR #2 - s/n 3320 - operational @ Cass Scenic Railroad State Park - Cass, West Virginia 
Built 07/26/1928 - Std. gauge -13" x 15" - 36" drivers - 3 trucks - Pacific Coast model
 
Photo by and courtesy of Alicia Diehl of the Dripping Springs Locomotive Works - taken summer 1991 | 
Cass Scenic RR #4 - s/n 3189 - @ Cass Scenic Railroad State Park - Cass, West Virginia  - Operational
Built 12/09/1922 - Std gauge - 12" x 15" cylinders  - 36" drivers - 70 tons - 3 truck

Photo by and courtesy of  Kenneth R. Goodwin of New Jersey - taken 1999
cass_scenic_rr_5-t150.jpg (5600 bytes) Cass Scenic RR #5 - s/n 1503 - @ Cass Scenic Railroad State Park - Cass, West Virginia
Built 11/01/1905 - Std. gauge - 13" x 15" - 36" drivers - 80 tons - 3 trucks

 
Catahoula Central Railway #3 -  s/n 2003
Built 10/08/
1907 - Std gauge - 8" x 12" cylinders - 28" drivers - 32 tons - 2 trucks

The locomotive, owned by the White Sulphur Lumber Co., Ltd, operated near Jena, Louisiana
The image appeared on page 116 of the March 23, 2005 edition of the Jena Times 


Cathlamet Timber Co.  #1 - s/n 671 @  Cathlamet, Washington
Built 10/07/1901 ~ Std.  gauge ~ 10" x 10" cylinders ~ 28"  drivers ~ 28 tons ~ 2 trucks

Photo by Clark Kinsey




 
Cathlamet Timber Co. #3 - s/n 2176
Built 05/13/1910 - Std gauge - 11" x 12" cylinders - 32" drivers - 50 tons - 2 trucks

The locomotive operated near Cathlamet, Washington
Causey Lumber Co. #1 - s/n 2285
Built 03/14/1910 ~ Std gauge ~ (2) 7" x 12" cylinders ~ 26" drivers ~ 18 tons ~ 2 trucks

The locomotive operated near Causey, Florida
The image was published on page 15 of the May, 1911 edition of Locomotive World
Cavano Logging Co. #5 - s/n 2710
Built 08/30/1913 ~ Std gauge ~
12" x 12" cylinders - 36" drivers - 60 tons -  2 trucks

The locomotive, owned by the Rucker Brothers Lumber Co., operated near Arlington, Washington.
The photo is from the Washington State Archives ~ John T. Labbe Collection ~ ID = AR255-114-0-1_L-0909
Cayey Sugar Co. #2 - s/n 2479  -  destined for  San Juan, Puerto Rico
Built  11/
22/1911 - 30" gauge - (2) 7" x 12" cylinders - 17" drivers - 18 tons - 2 trucks

The locomotive was named "RUCABADO"

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

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