Savannah, Albany & Gulf Locomotives

April 30, 1861

Purchased Aucilla, Ogeechee, Piscola and Thronateeska. Superintendent recommended to the Board that an additional 6 locomotives be purchased before the winter of 1861 to handle the traffic.

1862
Purchased Louisiana from Central (of Georgia) Railroad, December 19, 1862. The Central reports selling the Macon on that date.

December 31, 1863

October 23, 1863, leased Stonewall and R. M. Patton from Memphis & Charleston Railroad.

January 1864 and November 1863, Limestone and John Childs were leased through the government. Limestone came from the Tennessee & Alabama Central RR; the source railroad for John Childs is unknown.  

1864

Government paid for repairs to Limestone and John Childs.
Name Number Type Date Builder Weight Cylinders Driver Diam
Tattnall   4x4x0 9/1856 Baldwin 18 13"x20" 54"
Altamaha   4x4x0 1/1857 Rogers 22 13"x20" 60"
Satilla   4x4x0 3/1858 Rogers 22 13"x20" 60"
Allapaha   4x4x0 5/1859 Rogers 22 13"x20" 60"
Ochlocknee   4x4x0 5/1859 Baldwin 22 13"x22" 60"
Withlacoochee   4x4x0 11/1859 Rogers 22 13"x20" 60"
Ocopilco   4x4x0 11/1859 Rogers 22 13"x20" 60"
Aucilla   4x4x0 9/1860 Rogers 22 13"x20" 60"
Ogeechee   4x4x0 9/1860 Baldwin 22 13"x22" 60"
Piscola   4x4x0 9/1860 Baldwin 22 13"x22" 56"
Thornateeska   4x4x0 12/1860 Norris 23 14"x22" 60"
Louisiana   4x4x0 10/1850 Norris 24 13"x24" 48"
Macon   4x4x0 10/1850 Boston 20 14"x20" 60"
R. M. Patton   4x4x0 4/1859 Rogers 30 15"x22" 66"
Stonewall   4x6x0 9/1860 Baldwin 30 15"x22" 50"
John Childs   4x4x0   Rogers 27 14"x22" 60"
Limestone   4x4x0   Norris 26 14"x22" 66"

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