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Hackley-Phelps-Bonnell Co. #2 - s/n 969 @ Hackley, Wisconsin
Built 03/03/1905 - Std. gauge - 10" x 12" cylinders - 29
½" drivers - 37 tons - 2 trucks

Photo hosted by the Langlade County Historical Society of Wisconsin
Hackney, T. L.  #1 -  s/n 131
Built 06/04/1885 - 36" gauge - 8
" x 8" cylinders - 26" drivers - 9 tons - 2 trucks

The locomotive operated near Corrigan, Texas
Hall, H. H.,  Construction Co. #3 - s/n 3123 destined for East St. Louis, Illinois
Built  09-01
-1920 - 24" gauge - " x 8" cylinders - 24" drivers -10 tons - 2 trucks
 
hhlc-7-t.jpg (3070 bytes) Hama Hama Logging Co. # 7 - s/n 3194 -  destined Eldon, Washington
Built 12/26/1922 - Std. gauge - 11" x 12" cylinders - 32" drivers - 60 tons - 3 trucks

Photo from The Willamette Locomotive p 61(with permission)

Hamilton Logging Co. #4 - s/n 2618
Built 11/29/1912 - Std gauge -  12
" x 12" cylinders - 36" drivers - 60 tons - 2 trucks

The company's base of operations was Hamilton, Washington
Photo credit: Clark Kinsey collection @ University of Washington Libraries. -np

Hammond Lumber Co. #1 - s/n 994
Built 03/23/1905 - Std. gauge - 12" x 12" cylinders - 36" drivers - 55 tons - 2 trucks

The locomotive operated at the company's Mill City, Oregon location.

Hammond Lumber Co. #3 - s/n 2738  - Near Denver, Oregon circa 1918
Built 01/11/1914 - Std. gauge - 10" x 12" cylinders -
29½"drivers - 42 tons - 2 trucks

The image appeared on page 10 of the December 1918 - January 1919 edition of  the Monthly Bulletin published the Loyal Legion of Loggers & Lumbermen

hammond_lbr_31-t150.jpg (6787 bytes) Hammond Lumber Co. #31 - s/n 3087 - destined for Samoa, California
Built 07/10/1920 - Std. gauge - 14½" x 15" cylinders - 36" drivers - 90 tons - 3 trucks


 

Hammond Lumber Co. #32 - s/n 3157
Built 02/04/1921 - Std gauge -
14½" x 15" cylinders - 36" drivers - 90 tons - 3 trucks

The locomotive operated near Crannell, California


The photos are part of the Boyle collection hosted by the Humbolt State University, Arcata, California:

~ Upper : Photo ID: 1999.03.0085

~ Lower : Photo ID: 1999.03.0086

Hammond Lumber Co. #424 - s/n 2250
Built 01/04/1910 - Std gauge -  10
" x 12" cylinders - 29½" drivers - 42 tons - 2 trucks

The locomotive operated near Kelso, Washington

The photo is part of the Clark Kinsey collection hosted by the University of Washington Libraries ~ Photo ID: 516.5336
Hammond Redwood Co. #31 - s/n 3087
Built 07/10/1920 - Std. gauge - 14½" x 15" cylinders - 36" drivers - 90 tons - 3 trucks

The locomotive operated near Samoa, California

Hammond & Little River Redwood Co. #4 - s/n 3172  in @ Sacramento, California on December 15, 1935
Built 06/05/1922 - Std gauge - 12" x 15" cylinders - 36" drivers - 70 tons - 3 trucks

 

Hammond & Little River Redwood Co. #33 - s/n 3180
Built 06/30
/1922 - Std gauge - 14½" x 15" cylinders - 36" drivers - 90 tons - 3 trucks

The locomotive operated near Crannell, California

Hampden Cloncurry Mines, Ltd. - s/n 2478
Built 11/16/1911 - 42" gauge - (2) 6" x 10" cylinders - 22½" drivers - 13 tons - 2 trucks

The locomotive operated near Hampden, Queensland, Australia
Photo hosted by the: State Library of Queensland

Hardwick & Woodbury Railroad #2 - s/n 627 - named "John S. Holden"
Built 02/20/1901 - Std gauge - 
12" x 12" cylinders - 32" drivers - 50 tons - 3 trucks

The locomotive operated near Hardwick, Vermont..

Hardwick & Woodbury Railroad #3 - s/n 2113 - named "Charles W. Leonard".
Built 01/23/1909 ~ Std gauge ~ 12" x 15" cylinders ~ 36
"  drivers ~ 70 tons ~ 3 trucks

The locomotive, owned by the
Hardwick & Woodbury Railway Co., operated near Hardwick, Vermont.
The photo was published in the November, 1946 edition of "The Railway and Locomotive Historical Society Bulletin".
Hassinger Lumber #4 - s/n 2700 - destined for Konnarock, Virginia - 
Built 12/01/1913 - Std.  gauge - 14½" x 15" cylinders  - 36" drivers - 100 tons - 4 trucks

The locomotive operated on the company's White Top Railway.   It was the smallest 4 truck Shay built by Lima.
Photo posting permission was granted by the Allen County Historical Society courtesy of Dan Rowe. Dan also supplied all the information.

Hart & Bambrick Co. #4 - s/n 701
Built 04/16/1902 - Std gauge - 11
" x 12" cylinders - 32" drivers - 40 tons - 2 trucks

The company leased the locomotive for operation near Union Bay, British Columbia, Canada
The photo is hosted by the Cumberland Museum and Archive of Cumberland, British Columbia, Canada

Hart & Horning #122 -  s/n 122  - near Woodville, Michigan
Built  09-17
-1884 - 37" gauge - (2) 10" x 8" cylinders - 26" drivers - 15 tons - 2 trucks
The locomotive as pictured is  36" gauge.

Photo taken circa 1890s.  

Hauser Construction Co. #2 - s/n 2208 @ Cascade Locks, Oregon
Built 08/16/1909 - Std. gauge - 10
" x 12" - 29½" drivers - 42 tons - 2 trucks

Photo courtesy of the Marc Reusser collection
Hawaiian Mahogany Lumber Co. - s/n 2295 - Hilo, Hawaii
Built 03/18/1910 - 36" gauge - (2) 6" x 10" cylinders - 22½" drivers - 13 tons - 2 trucks
Photo source: "Railroads of Hawaii  -  by Gerald M. Best / Golden West Books, San Marino 1978 <> Photo: Lima Locomotive Works collection 
Provided courtesy of Christian Halpaap of Hohenhameln-Bruendeln, Germany

 
Hawthorne, W. R.  Logging Co. - s/n 2300
Built 04/05/1910 - 36" gauge - (2) 8" x 10" cylinders - 26" drivers - 20 tons - 2 trucks

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

Hebard, Charles S. , & Son, Inc. #2 - s/n 2157
Built 05/12/1909 ~ Std. gauge ~ (2) 7
" x 12" cylinders ~ 26" drivers ~ 18 tons ~ 2 trucks

The locomotive was used near the company's L’Anse, Michigan.
Photo credit: Baraga County Historical Museum

Hedlund Lumber & Manufacturing Co. #6 - s/n 3326 - destined for Marcus, Washington
Built 12/03/1928 - Std gauge -  13
" x 15" cylinders - 36" drivers - 3 trucks - Pacific Coast model
Hemphill, J. M.  Lumber Co. #1 - s/n 2639
Built 04/14/1913 ~ Std. gauge ~ 8" x 10" cylinders ~ 27½" drivers ~ 28 tons ~ 2 trucks

The locomotive operated near Bexley, Mississippi
Photo courtesy of the Marc Reusser collection.    Identification courtesy of the Shaylocomotives.com staff.
Hersey Gravel Co. #1 - s/n 2777 - in 1939
Built 07/23
/1914 - Std gauge - (2)8" x 12" cylinders - 26" drivers - 20 tons - 2 trucks

The locomotive operated near
Hersey, Michigan 
Hickory Valley Railway #6 -  s/n 2405
Built 01/27
/1911 - Std. gauge - 10" x 12" cylinders - 29½" drivers - 42 tons - 2 trucks

The locomotive, owned by Wheeler & Dusenberry,  operated near Endeavor, Pennsylvania.
 
Hines, Edward,  Lumber Co. #3 -  s/n 3255 - near Seneca, Oregon in 1946
Built 04/12/1924 - Std. gauge -
12" x 15" cylinders - 36" drivers - 70 tons - 3 trucks

Photo courtesy of the Marc Reusser collection
Hines, Edward,   Lumber Co. #4 - s/n 3337 near Seneca, Oregon on 6/6/1949
Built 06/08/1929 - Std. gauge -
12" x 15" - 36" drivers - 70 tons - 3 trucks
Hobart Estate Lumber Co. #7 -   s/n 1895 - @ scrap dealer in San Francisco, California in 1939
Built 06/20/1907 - Std. gauge -
10" x 10" cylinders - 29½" drivers - 33 tons - 2 trucks

The locomotive was operated by its subsidiary,
Sierra Nevada & Woodland Lumber Co, near Hobart Mills, California.   Although undisclosed with the related information of this photo, the "scrap dealer" was likely the Hyman-Michaels Co.
Hobbs Wall & Co. #1 -  s/n 2889
Built 11
/25/1916 - Std. gauge - 12" x 15" cylinders  - 36" drivers - 70 tons - 3 trucks

The locomotive operated near Crecent City, California.   It was the company's 2nd locomotive with the road number #1.  
Hobbs Wall & Co. #4 -  s/n 2296 - near Crescent City, California
Built 03/19/1910 - Std. gauge -
8" x 8" cylinders - 27½" drivers - 24 tons - 2 trucks



 
Hofius, W. D.,   & Co. #1509 - s/n 1509 on display at the Lewis and Clark Exposition in Portland, Oregon in 1905
Built 04/12/1905 - Std. gauge - 11
" x 12" - 32" drivers - 45 tons - 2 trucks

This equipment dealer was based in Seattle, Washington
Holmes-Eureka Lumber Co. #2 - s/n 3207  in 1947
Built 03/31/1923 - Std gauge - 11" x 12" cylinders - 32" drivers - 50 tons - 2 trucks

The locomotive operated at the company's Carlotta, California location.

Holt Timber Co. - s/n 683
Built 12/04/1901 - Std. gauge - 10" x 12" cylinders -
29½" drivers - 32 tons - 2 trucks

The locomotive operated near Townsend, Wisconsin
Photo hosted by Brian Westhouse

Homochitto Lumber Co. #4 - s/n 2627
Built 01/31/1913 - Std gauge - 12" x 15
" cylinders - 36" drivers - 70 tons - 3 trucks

The locomotive operated at the company's Bude, Mississippi location. 
Homochitto Lumber Co. #25 -  s/n 3115  -  Buda, Mississippi
Built  06
-19-1920 - Std gauge - 12" x 15" cylinders - 36" drivers - 70 tons - 3 trucks

Photograph taken April 1, 1941 at Buda by C. William (Bill) Witbeck

Homochitto Lumber Co. #26 - s/n 2546 - near Bude, Mississippi
Built 06/01/1912 - Std. gauge -12" x 15" cylinders - 36" drivers - 70 tons - 3 trucks
 
Houghton, Chassell & Southwestern Railway #1 -  s/n 2235
Built 10/04/1909 - Std gauge - 10
" x 12" cylinders - 29½" drivers - 42 tons - 2 trucks

The locomotive, owned by the Worchester Lumber Co., operated near Chassell, Michigan

Humbird Lumber Co. #5 - s/n 3116 - destined for Sandpoint, Idaho
Built 06/24/1920 - Std. gauge - 12" x 15" cylinders - 36" drivers - 70 tons - 3 trucks


 
Hume-Bennett Lumber Co. #2 - s/n 2411  @ Sanger, California
Built 1-31-1911 - 36" gauge -  8" x 12" cylinders -  29"
 drivers - 32 tons - 2 trucks

Photo from the Bert Ward collection

Hume Bennett Lumber Co. #3 -  s/n 2848
Built 03/25/1916 - Std. gauge - 8" x 12" cylinders - 29" drivers - 32 tons - 2 trucks

The locomotive operated near Sanger, California
Photo published in Shaver, Huntington, and Hume Lakes  Available >here<


Huon Timber Co. Ltd. - s/n 698
Built 02/14/1902 - 42" gauge - 8
" x 12" cylinders - 26" drivers - 25 tons - 2 trucks

The locomotive operated near Geeveston, Tasmania, Australia
The photos are hosted by Flickr.com user Trainiac

 

Hutchinson Lumber Co.  #1-  s/n 3169 - destined for Oroville, California
Built 11/03/1921 - Std. gauge - 12" x 15" cylinders - 36" drivers - 70 tons - 3 trucks
Hutchinson Lumber Co.  #3 - s/n 3221 -  @  San Diego Railroad Museum -  San Diego, California 
Built 07/14/1923 - Std. gauge - 14½" x 15" cylinders - 36" drivers - 90 tons - 3 trucks.

Operational at Cass Scenic Railroad State Park  -  Text  , Sound  (a wait)
Hutton, Bourbonnais & Co. #1 - s/n 2705
Built 11/10/1914 ~ 36" gauge ~ 8" x 8
" cylinders ~ 27½"  drivers ~ 24 tons ~ 2 trucks

The locomotive operated near both the company's Hickory and George, North Carolina locations
Image credit: St. Louis Lumberman - page 99 - October 1, 1915

Imperial Peking-Kalgon Rwy #28 - s/n 2185 - destined for Peking, China
Built 09/14/1909 ~ Std. gauge ~ 15" x 17" cylinders ~ 40" drivers ~ 100 tons ~ 3 trucks

Photo credit: Locomotive Dictionary ~ page 196 ~ 1912 edition

Independence Logging Co. #1 - s/n 3233 - circa 1925
Built 09/28/1923 - Std. gauge -
13½" x 15" cylinders - 36" drivers - 80 tons - 3 trucks

The company's base of operations was Independence, Washington.
Photo credit: Clark Kinsey collection @ University of Washington Libraries 

Independent Coal & Coke Co. #1 - s/n 2955
Built 12/08/1918 - 42" gauge - 8
" x 10" cylinders - 27½" drivers - 28 tons - 2 trucks

The locomotive operated near
Kenilworth, Utah 
Photo hosted by Don Strack's UtahRails.net
Inman-Poulsen Logging Co. #805 -  s/n 2957 - near Keasey, Oregon
Built 01/23/1918 - 42" gauge -
11" x 12" cylinders - 32" drivers - 50 tons - 2 trucks

The locomotive was regauged to standard and renumbered to #805 from #5 before relocating to the company's Keasey location from Eufala, WA.
Insular Lumber Co. #5 - s/n 2759 destined for Fabrica, Negros Occidental, Philippines
Built 04/11/1914 ~ 42" gauge ~
10" x 12" cylinders ~ 29½"  drivers ~ 42 tons ~ 2 trucks
 
Insular Lumber Co. #8 - s/n 3309 destined for Fabrica, Negros Occidental, Philippines
Built 03/10/1927 ~ 42" gauge ~
10" x 12" cylinders ~ 29½"  drivers ~ 42 tons ~ 2 trucks

Insular Lumber Co. #10 - s/n 2348
Built 12/31/1910 ~ 36" gauge ~ 8" x 8" cylinders ~ 27½" drivers ~ 24 tons ~ 2 trucks

The company changed the gauge to 42" (shown) upon its acquisition from the previous owner.
As photographed, it was operating at Hinoba-an, Negros Occidental, Philippine Islands
Photo by Peter Nettleship via The International Steam Pages

Intermountain Coal & Lumber Co. #2 - s/n 918 near Putney, Kentucky in July, 1956
Built 08/30/1904  - Std. gauge - 10" x 12" cylinders - 29½" drivers - 37 tons - 2 trucks
 
Intermountain Coal & Lumber Co. #2 - s/n 918 - Putney, Kentucky
Built 08/30/1904 - Std gauge - 10" x 12" cylinders - 29½" drivers - 37 tons - 2 trucks 
Preserved at Biddeford, Maine

Photo from the Donald R. Hensley, Jr. collection with permission - ©2000    

Intermountain Railway #22 - s/n 2783 - near Barber, Idaho in  5-30-1937
Built 07/17/1915 - Std gauge -
12" x 15" cylinders - 36" drivers - 70 tons - 3 trucks 

The railway was owned by the Boise-Payette Lumber Co.

International Lumber Co. #1 - s/n 3259 - @  the fairgrounds, St. Paul, Minnesota
Built 10/17/1925 - Std. gauge - 10"x12" cylinders - 29½" drivers - 42 tons - 2 trucks

The locomotive last operated near International Falls, Minnesota

Photos hosted by:

~ upper  : Minnesota Historical Society

~ middle: Minnesota Historical Society

~ bottom: Minnesota Historical Society

International Timber Co. #2 - s/n 2301 - @ Comox or Strathcona, (Vancouver Island) British Columbia, Canada  - circa 1926
Built 04/30/1910 - Std. gauge - 10" x 12" cylinders - 29½" drivers - 42 tons - 2 trucks

The photo is part of the BC Archives Collection hosted by the Royal BC Museum  ~ : Call Number: D-04862 
 

International Timber Co. #4 - s/n 3085 - destined for Campbell River on Vancouver Island, British Columbia, Canada
Built 06/10/1920 - Std. gauge - 12" x 15" cylinders - 36" drivers - 70 tons - 3 trucks


 
Ivanhoe & Carroll Railroad #2 - s/n 2119  near Ivanhoe, Virginia in 1925
Built 10/12/1908 - 36"gauge - (2) 7" x 12" cylinders -
26" drivers - 18 tons - 2 trucks

The railroad's parent company was the Ivanhoe Furnace Co. 
Jacksonville Railroad #343 - s/n 343
Built 04/27/1891 - Std. gauge - (2) 8
" x 8" cylinders - 26" drivers - 15 tons - 2 trucks

The locomotive, owned by Godley Brothers, operated near Meinhard, Georgia
Photo hosted by Georgia Archives ~ University System of Georgia

Jefferson & Northwestern Railway Co. #104 - s/n 956  near Jefferson, Texas on November 12, 1932
Built 10/29/1904 - Std. gauge - 10" x 12
" cylinders - 28" drivers - 37 tons - 2 trucks

The railway's parent company was Clark & Boyce Lumber Company of Jefferson, Texas


 

Jennings & Northeastern Railroad #6 - s/n 778
Built 06/24
/1903 - 36" gauge - 10" x 12" cylinders - 29½" drivers - 37 tons - 2 trucks

The locomotive, owned by the
Mitchell Brothers, operated near Jennings, Michigan
Photo from the C. T. Stoner collection.
Jennings & Northeastern Railroad #7 - s/n 501
Built 03/25/1896 - 36" gauge -
10" x 12" cylinders - 28" drivers - 33 tons - 2 trucks

The locomotive operated at it's parent company's (Mitchell Brothers), Jennings, Michigan location.

Jennings & Northeastern Railroad #10 -   s/n 2125  near Cadillac, Michigan
Built 12-12
-1908 - 36" gauge - 10" x 12" cylinders - 29½" drivers - 42 tons - 2 trucks

The railroad's parent company was Mitchell Brothers.     Mitchell Brothers #10
 
Jennings & Northeastern Railroad #195 - s/n 195 near Cadillac, Michigan
Built 12/26/1887 - 36" gauge -
8" x 8" cylinders - 26" drivers - 24 tons - 2 trucks

The railroad's parent company was Mitchell Brothers.

 

Jerseyfield Lumber Co. #2 - s/n 974 - near Conifer, New York on 9-27-1938
Built 01/25/1905 - Std gauge -
14" x 12" cylinders - 35" drivers - 75 tons - 3 trucks 

Photo courtesy of the Marc Reusser collection.

Johnson, C. D.,   Lumber Co. #4 - s/n 3208 @ mill in Toledo, Oregon in 1947
Built 04/10/1923 - Std gauge - 11" x 12
" cylinders  - 32" drivers - 50 tons - 2 trucks

 
Johnson-Deane Lumber Co. #928 - s/n 928
Built 09/20/1904 - Std. - 10" x 12" cylinders - 29½" drivers - 37 tons - 2 trucks

The locomotive operated near the company's  Robe, Washington location.
Photos hosted by the Granite  Falls Historical Museum of Granite Falls, Washington

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

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