Steam Locomotives

The museum's collection of Steam Locomotives represent four separate manufacturers. The ALCO 0-40T was built by the American Locomotive Company, the Baldwin 2-8-0 by Baldwin Locomotive Works, the Davenport 0-4-0 "fireless" was constructed by Davenport Locomotive Works and the Lima 0-6-0 by Lima Locomotive Works.

ALCO 0-4-0 #3

Built June 1910 by the American Locomotive Company’s Cooke Works and was assigned road number #3801.

Baldwin 2-8-0

Built by Baldwin Locomotive Works, construction number 58101, in 1924 for the Battson-Hatten Lumber Company in Mississippi and was assigned #12 as it’s road number.

Davenport 0-4-0 fireless

A 0-4-0 fireless steam switcher built in 1953. It was used at Alabama Power’s Barry Electric Generation Plant, Mobile County, Alabama.

Lima 0-6-0

Built by Lima Locomotive Works for the U.S. Army Transportation Corps. It was built between January and February 1944. Assigned the road number #4046.