Lehigh Valley Railroad
All Time Locomotive Roster
1853 - 1976









Table of Contents.
Click links in the table below to go straight to that section,
then at the bottom of each locomotive section is a link to return here.


Steam:



Diesel:





0-4-0
0-6-0
0-8-0
Alco
EMD
Baldwin GE Other Gas\Electric
2-2-0
2-4-0
2-6-0
2-8-0
2-10-0
HH300
SW
VO1000
44ton
Boxcabs
LS-E25A
2-2-2

2-6-2
2-8-2
2-10-2
HH600
NW1
DRS44-15
U23B
RDC
Mack

2-4-4



HH660
NW2
DS44-10


Doodlebugs

4-4-0
4-6-0
4-8-0

S1
SW1
S12


Model 60

4-4-2
4-6-2
4-8-2

S2
SW7







4-8-4

S4
SW8









FA1
SW8m









FA2
SW9









PA
SW900m









RS2 & RS3
FT









RS11 F3









C420 F7









C628 GP9




Dorothy





GP18




Inspection





GP38AC




0-6-6-0





GP38-2



Roster Total
Sayre Shops




Early diesel
paint schemes.




1976

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The Delaware, Lehigh, Schuylkill and Susquehanna Railroad Company was authorized by the State of Pennsylvania on April 21, 1846, and incorporated on September 20, 1847. Construction began in 1850 around Mauch Chunk, PA. The name was formally changed to the Lehigh Valley Railroad on January 7, 1853, which marks the beginning of the LVRR as we know it today
.1

Compiling an "all time roster" for many railroads is virtually impossible, especially large railroads that began in the mid-19th century and lasted well into the 20th Century..the records going all the way back "to the beginning of time" might not exist, or the roster data is simply too large to find and organize. (Such as the New York Central for example.)

For many years I thought the same fate must befall the LV..No one could possibly know the *full* LV roster? could they? the full set of data probably doesn't even exist, or if it does, it is not complete in one list, but instead scattered in small bits and pieces in historical societies and college file cabinets all over the USA.

An LV "all time" roster has been attempted once before, published in "Bulletin No. 126, Lehigh Valley Issue" by the Railway and Locomotive Historical Society in April 1972. That LV roster list is sometimes said to be complete for all locomotives except the U23B's, (which arrived after it was published) However, while the authors might have thought they had a complete roster based on all the data they could find in 1972, it turns out they were missing a lot of data. That 1972 "Bulletin No. 126" roster lists a total of 133 LV steam locomotives before 1905, while the number on this roster is 1,123 locomotives before 1905
.2

In 2009 I received an email from Mr. Allen Stanley, who has gathered an extensive roster list of many different railroads over the years. Allen sent me an excel file listing nearly every LV steam locomotive! The list was originally compiled by Gene Connelly. Allen gave me permission to use the list as the beginning of this webpage..Thank you Allen and Gene!

Other primary sources for the steam roster include an amazing 97 page list, an actual LVRR document, that chronicles the 1905 renumbering, what locomotives were renumbered, old and new numbers, etc, and it was also updated as new locomotives came along. It is essentially the LV's own record of its steam locomotive roster from 1905 to the end of steam in 1951! an amazing resource.. This list was shared by John Wilkes Rendle for this project, (yes, he is named after the LV passenger train! :) and it is from the collection of his father, Wade F. "Spike" Rendle. Wade was a LV employee, and saved the list from the Sayre Shops when the shops closed down. Thank you Wade and John!

Diesel roster information for the LV has been much better known, and the sources for the full Diesel roster data can be found at the bottom of this page. For diesels that existed in 1976, this page will simply list where the locomotives went on April 1, 1976 (Conrail, D&H, etc) However this page wont go into great detail about the locomotives individual histories from 1976 to the present. For that data, please see the Lehigh Valley Railroad Survivors page.

Errors likely exist in this roster, it's inevitable..as errors are found, I will gladly correct and update this roster, so as always, comments and corrections are welcome! email link is at the bottom of this page.

With that, I give you The All-Time Locomotive Roster of the Lehigh Valley Railroad!, compiled by locomotive type, and in rough consecutive order.
thank you, Scot Lawrence
 - Sayre PA, Waverly NY & Rochester NY.
  (born in Sayre! :) proud to be a Valley native.) 


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Before we get started, some notes on how this roster is arranged..The original Gene Connely excel file2 was arranged so that every *road number* had its own row in the file. However, in the early days of the LV, locomotives were  renumbered several times..it was not uncommon for one individual locomotive to have two, three, even four different road numbers during its career with the LV.

While this is a great way to record all the data in one large excel file, when the chart was sorted by road number, multiple entries for the same locomotive could be hundreds of rows apart! this could be confusing, because the same locomotive is listed multiple times in the chart, but not in the same place in the chart..but if we then sort by builders number, the multiple rows for one locomotive come together, like this:



Notice that there are 6 rows of data..but those 6 rows are only two individual locomotives! Two Baldwin 4-8-0's built in 1888, builder numbers 9036 and 9037. They were originally LV road numbers 601 and 602,  renumbered to 487 and 488 in 1891, then  renumbered again to 60 and 61 in 1905.

A main goal for this webpage was to reduce those lines of data so that each locomotive has ONE and only one row on this roster, so that each locomotive is represented only once. But I also want to retain all the  renumbering data. How to record the  renumbering? at first I thought it seemed logical to record the "first" and "original" number in the "road number" column (2nd column on this webpage)..but after some thought, I decided recording the "last" and "final" number in that space made more sense..because the 1905 renumbering was the "main"  renumbering event for locomotives that existed during the 1905 transition, (and it was the numbering system used until the end of the LV steam era in the early 1950's)..the 1905 number was often the final number for that locomotive, and its the number that most people "recognize" that locomotive by..it's the number many steam locomotives carried to the end of their career in the 1930's, 40's and 50's. Therefore that number (for locomotives that existed on the roster during that 1905 transition) will have the 1905 number recorded as the "main" number in the 2nd column, and the full number sequence will go in the "notes" column.

The quickest and easiest way to find a particular locomotive on this webpage is to simply do a search for it by hitting "ctrl-F" and entering the locomotive number or name. Or go to the table of contents at the top of the page and click on the link for wheel arrangement or diesel model. The road numbers are a bit jumbled early-on, but the LV got more organized after 1905, and especially into the mid-20th Century, and as a consequence this roster page also gets more organized and easier to follow as time progresses.

Concerning the very last column, with the dim grey numbers..these are consecutive numbers from 1 to 2,209 running down the entire length of the roster..these are *not* in order, by exact consecutive number, that a specific locomotive arrived on the LV roster! (that information would probably be truly impossible to work out!) instead they are merely numbers to record the total number of LV locomotives that existed..Also, this page is organized by wheel arrangement and locomotive type..simply because I felt that made the most sense for organizing the data..but, for example, many 2-8-0's were built and delivered over many years, and other wheel arrangements were also introduced during those same years..So this webpage is arranged in the approximate order a wheel arrangement (or diesel model) was first introduced..but it is in no way exactly consecutive by individual locomotive..hope that makes sense!

Some definition of terms, example:

nee Beaver Meadow RR No. 7 - to LV 6 -  ren'71 201 - scr'77
nee = original owner and number.
ren '71 201 =  renumbered in '71 to number 201
scr '77 = scrapped in '77.
reb '78 =  rebuilt '78

(there is little danger in confusing 1871 with 1971, the locomotive will make it obvious which century is indicated..However I will probably type in all the 18xx and 19xx full years anyway, just for future clarity.)

When you see a "W" after the wheel arrangement, such as "4-4-0W", the "W" stands for "Wootten"..as in "Wootten Firebox"..and the "W" also indicates the locomotive was a Camelback, or "Mother Hubbard" type, with the cab straddling the middle of the boiler.





Early numbering of LVRR Locomotives:


During the early years of the LV, the railroad's managers adopted a simple numbering scheme, which many railroads of the time used, which was: Simply number locomotives in consecutive order, as they arrive, regardless of locomotive wheel arrangement, size or use! Locomotives were *mostly* numbered this way for several decades, with some gaps in the sequence, and numbers were also re-used as older locomotives were retired.

The LV began operations in 1853, records indicate the LV possibly used only one locomotive during those first few years of construction, the Beaver Meadow Railroad's "Hornet" #7
.2 There might have been other locomotives leased for construction, but if so, they have not been recorded. It is known the "Hornet" became LV #6 in 1855.2
 
The LV's First Eight locomotives, in 1855, looked like this:

LV No. 1   0-8-0  Baldwin  1855  "James M. Porter"
LV No. 2   0-8-0  Baldwin  1855  "Asa Packer"

LV No. 3   4-6-0  Norris     1855  "Henry King"
LV No. 4   4-6-0  Norris     1855  "Robert H. Sayre"

LV No. 5   4-4-0  Norris     1855  "Delaware"
LV No. 6   4-4-0  P&R       1848  "Hornet"  - the former Beaver Meadow #7.
LV No. 7   4-4-0  Norris     1855  "Atlantic"
LV No. 8   4-4-0  Norris     1855  "Pacific"


All were built new for the LV in 1855 except for No. 6, who was seven years old in 1855. As you can see, the numbers are simply "in order" with no regard for wheel arrangement. Many railroads did this early-on, and in these early days, there was not yet any real need for classifications by wheel arrangement..that would come later.

Numbers 9,10,11 & 12 arrived the following year in 1856, then, for reasons unknown, the LV began a "100 series" 3-digit numbering scheme in 1856, (only the second year of the LV's existence) starting with locomotives 101, 102 and 105..all 4-4-0's..but what about 103 and 104? they didn't arrive until 1857 and 1870! even so, did the LV perhaps mean the "100 series" to be all one wheel arrangement? only 4-4-0's perhaps? no, because 108-112 were 0-6-0's new in 1861 and 1862, then number 113 was a 4-6-0, followed by number 114, another 0-6-0...meanwhile, 2-digit locomotive numbers continued to be assigned as well..Locomotive numbers from 1 to 99 were filled in through the 1850's and 1860's, of 0-6-0, 0-8-0, 4-4-0, 4-6-0, 2-6-0, and 2-8-0 wheel arrangements.

So there was no real rhyme or reason to LV numbering practice through the 1850's and 1860's, other than mostly numbering in order as new locomotives arrived,  from 1 to 99 from 1855 through the 1860's, and from 101 and up, starting in 1856 through the 1860's..

Also during this era, the LV was buying locomotives from many different builders, and the railroads own shops were also building locomotives essentially independently of each other..there was not yet any "system wide" standardization..that would not come until 1905.

This system of consecutive numbering continued mostly intact, with little regard for wheel arrangement, starting in the 1850's and continuing through the 1890's as locomotives filled out the 100, 200, 300, 400 number series, continuing up to the 800 series by 1899!

By the end of 1905, approximately the first half-century of the railroad's existence, the LV had acquired over 1,150 locomotives!
2 (although obviously many had been retired by 1905) The LV's annual report of 1905 lists the active roster at 747 locomotives on June 30, 1905.
 
There were several  renumbering episodes during the 1870's and 1880's, in an effort to better organize the roster..but it wasn't until 1905 that a major system-wide locomotive policy was put in place, with  renumbering of nearly all locomotives, the creation of classes based on wheel arrangement, and the adoption of a future motive power policy based on only four locomotive types.

A section about the 1905 renumbering is below.





 4-4-0 American
       Built 1848 - 1895
Rostered 1853 - 1929



 LV No. 5 the "Delaware" - 1855
 Photographer unknown.



"Evangeline" - Built by LV Delano shops, 1871. 
Later rebuilt into inspection locomotive No. 6
Photographer unknown.
 



LV No. 104 the "W.H. Sayre" - 1876
LVRR Photo

The Classic "American" type 4-4-0 was the primary locomotive type for nearly all railroads of the 1840's, 1850's and 1860's, being used on both passenger and freight trains. The LV was no exception.

The very first locomotive owned by the LVRR is sometimes said to be the "Delaware", a 4-4-0 locomotive built by the Richard Norris & Sons company in Philadelphia in 1855. (several locomotives were purchased in 1855, these are believed to be the first new LV locomotives, see above for more detail on the first LV locomotives of 1855.)

The "Delaware" may well have been the first new locomotive purchased by the LV, but the LV technically came into existence, with the name "Lehigh Valley Railroad" in 1853, and records indicate they had at least one locomotive on the roster in 1853 as construction began, before the "Delaware" arrived 2 years later.

The first true "Lehigh Valley Railroad Locomotive Number 1" was 0-8-0 Number 1, purchased new in 1855. although this #1 probably wasn't technically the "first LV locomotive", it was simply the first number 1.

A total of 182 4-4-0 locomotives are known to have been on the LV roster. 178 built new as 4-4-0's, plus three ten-wheelers that were  rebuilt as 4-4-0's
.2 and one mogul that was  rebuilt as a 4-4-0.2 (listed under the ten-wheeler and mogul sections)

As a type, they served 81 years on the roster. The first was built in 1848 (and was on the first LV roster in 1853), the last were built in 1895.

The last five were 4-4-0 Camelbacks, and being the most modern passenger power in early 1896, pulled the Black Diamond Express in the first few weeks of the trains existence, until the first Atlantics arrived later that year to bump them from the train.

97 4-4-0's were still on the roster in 1905, and received new 4-digit numbers during the 1905  renumbering, and the last recorded scrapping of 4-4-0's was in 1929, when numbers 2642 and 2707 were scrapped.

Scroll for the entire 4-4-0 Roster:




Road
No.
Year
blt.
Type....... Class Builder b/n Notes
1
6 (2nd) 1848
4-4-0

P&R

named "Hornet""Hornet" nee Beaver Meadow RR No. 7
to LV 6 in 1865 -  ren 1871 201 - scr 1877
2
5 (1st) 1855
4-4-0
Norris
744
named "Delaware" - gone by  1874
3
7
1855
4-4-0
Norris
745
named "Atlantic" -  reb. Weatherly  1873 - gone by  1873
4
2555
1855
4-4-0
Norris
746
named "Pacific" - nee LV 8 -  reb. Weatherly 1873
sold 1872 to P&NY No. 8? -  ren 1905 to 2555
5
10
1856
4-4-0
LV BeM 
named "Baltic" - gone by 1874
6
12
1856
4-4-0
T renton

named "New Jersey" -  reb 1872
7
101
1856
4-4-0
LV Hazleton

named "Wyoming" - scrapped by 1870
8
102
1856
4-4-0
LV Hazleton

named "Oneida" - scrapped by 1870
9
105
1856
4-4-0
LV Hazleton

named "Cayuga" - scrapped by 1870
10
2512
1856
4-4-0
Mason
43
named "Reliance" - nee LV 9 -  reb 6/1875
  reb 11/1894 -  ren 1905 2512
11
2557
1856
4-4-0
Mason
51
named "E.A. Packer" - nee LV 11 -  reb 4/1869
  reb 7/1884 -  ren 1905 2557
12
13
1857
4-4-0
T renton

named "Pennsylvania" -  reb 1873 -  reb 1887 - gone by 1905
13
18
1857
4-4-0
A. Pardee

named "Seneca" - scrapped by 1874
14
104
1857
4-4-0
LV Hazleton

named "Ontario" - scrapped by 1876
15
106
1859
4-4-0
LV Hazleton

named "Champlain" - scrapped by 1876
16
23
1859
4-4-0
Cooke
146
named "Monocacy" - gone by 1905
17
24
1859
4-4-0
Cooke
147
named "Little Lehigh" -  ren 1862 202
18
107
1861
4-4-0
LV Hazleton

named "Huron" - scrapped by 1871
19
33
1862
4-4-0
Baldwin
1062
named "Wyoming" -  ren 1872 to P&NY #219 - scrapped 1895
20
2596
1864
4-4-0
NJLW
385
named "Henry King" and "Niagara"  reb 1870,
 reb 1893
nee NJ Southern #9, to LV 3 (2nd),  ren 1905 2596
21
2626
1864
4-4-0
Baldwin
1228
named "Delano" and "David Clark"  reb 5/1885 at Delano.  nee Lehigh & Mahanoy #3,  to LV 66,
 ren 1905 to 2626
22
2627
1864
4-4-0
Norris
1194
named "Junction" -  reb3/1885 at Delano.
nee Lehigh & Mahanoy #4, to LV 67,  ren 1905 2627
23 49
1864
4-4-0

Mason
176
named "Centralia" - exploded 11/1/1874
24
47
1865
4-4-0
Mason
194
named "Antelope" - gone by 1888
25
48
1865
4-4-0
Mason
195
named "Reindeer" - retired 1888
26
68
1865
4-4-0
Baldwin
1393
named "Centerville" -  reb 1875
nee Lehigh & Mahanoy #5 - to LV 68 - retired 5/1885
27
2551
1866
4-4-0
McKay
34
nee LV 61 -  ren 1905 2551 - scr 1912
28
56
1866
4-4-0
McKay
31
named "Gazelle" -  ren 1872 to P&NY 220 - gone by 1905
29
84
1868
4-4-0
LV S. Easton

named "Anthracite"  reb 2/1880, gone by 1905
30
2520
1868
4-4-0
LV S. Easton
named "W.W. Longstreth" - nee LV 94
  ren 1872 to P&NY 223 -  ren 1905 2520
31
2539
1868
4-4-0
Norris
1218
named "Eagle" - nee LV 93 -  ren 1872 to P&NY 222
  reb6/1885 -  ren 1905 2539 - scrapped 11/1911
32
17
1869
4-4-0
LV Wea

named "Beaver" -  reb7/1885 - gone by 1905
33
136
1869
4-4-0
LV Wea

named "Senator" - gone by 8/1891
36
449 1870? 4-4-0?
??
??
??
37
901
1870
4-4-0
Hinkley
990
nee EC&N #1, to LV 901 - gone by 1905
38
902 1870 4-4-0
Sch 645 nee EC&N #2, to LV 902 - gone by 1905
39
903 1870 4-4-0
Sch 647 nee EC&N #3 (2nd), to LV 903 - gone by 1905
40
137
1870
4-4-0
LV Wea

named "Weatherly" -  ren 1874 228
41
138
1870
4-4-0
LV Wea

named "Coleraine" -  reb 8/1884
42
139
1870
4-4-0
LV S. Easton

named "South Easton" -  reb 5/1890
43
140
1870
4-4-0
LV S. Easton

named "Glendon" -  reb7/1885, gone by 1905
44
228
1870
4-4-0
LV Wea

named "Weatherly"
45
2610
1870
4-4-0
LV Del

nee LV 147,  ren 1905 2610 - scrapped 12/1909
339
475
1870
4-4-0

Taunton
491
named "Auburn", nee SCRR 20, to LV in 1886, gone by 1905
925
476
1870
4-4-0

Taunton
192
named "Owego" - nee SCRR 25, to LV in 1886, gone by 1905
46
6 (4th) 1871
4-4-0
LV Del

named "Evangeline" nee LV 148,  ren 1905 2611 -  rebuilt 1913, at Sayre, into inspection locomotive #6, Scr 3/1917
47
2680
1871
4-4-0
LV Wea

named "Ario Pardee" - nee LV 159,  reb 9/1890 -  ren 1905 2680
48
2532
1871
4-4-0
LV Wea

named "J.G. Fell" nee LV 160,  reb8/1889,  ren 1905 2532, scr 1907
49
2528
1871
4-4-0
Portland
201
nee EC&N #7 - to LV 907-  ren 1905 2528 - scrap 10/1910
50
2541
1871
4-4-0
Baldwin
2336
named "C.F. Wells" nee LV 203,  reb 8/1889,  ren 1905 2541
scrapped 5/1910
51
2542
1871
4-4-0
Baldwin
2337
named "V.E. Piollet" nee LV 204,  reb 10/1889,  ren 1905 2542
scrapped 4/1905
52
2543
1871
4-4-0
Baldwin
2396
nee GI&S #1, to LV 524,  ren 1905 2543, scrapped 9/1910
53
2544
1871
4-4-0
Baldwin
2429
nee GI&S #2, to LV 525,  ren 1905 2544, scrapped 11/1912
54
2545
1871
4-4-0
Baldwin
2430
nee GI&S #3, to LV 526,  ren 1905 2545, scrapped 3/1913
55
2546
1871
4-4-0
Baldwin
2435
nee GI&S #4, to LV 527,  ren 1905 2546, scrapped 10/1910
56
450 1871 4-4-0
Mason 431
named "Cortland" nee SCRR 35 to LV in 1886, gone by 1905
35
448 1871 4-4-0
Rogers 1940 named "Tompkins" nee SCRR 30, to LV in 1886, gone by 1905
34
464
1872
4-4-0

Mason
449
named "Bradford" nee SCRR 40, to LV in 1886, gone by 1905
57
465 1872 4-4-0
Rogers 2096 named "C.C. Dennis" (2nd) nee SCRR 55 to LV in 1886, gone by 1905
58
2569?
1872
4-4-0
LV S. Easton

named "Asa Packer"(2nd) -  reb3/1886,  reb11/1891?   ren 1905 2569?
59
178
1872
4-4-0
LV Hazleton

named "Tomhicken"  ren 1874 to P&NY #236,  reb10/1886 - gone by 1905
60
2569
1872?
4-4-0

LV S. Easton

ex LV No. 2?  ren/1905 2569, scr 11/1912
61
1290
1873
4-4-0
LV Hazleton

named "B.G. Markle"  reb12/1890,  reb12/1896,  ren 1905 1290
62
2650
1873
4-4-0
LV Hazleton

named ? - nee LV 105,  reb9/1890,  ren 1905 2560
63
194
1873
4-4-0
Mason
513
named "Raritan"  ren 1874 to P&NY 237, to GI&S #10
64
2598
1874
4-4-0
LV S. Easton

named "David Laury" nee LV 5 (2nd),  reb 7/1883,  ren 1905 2598 - scrapped 3/1917
65
2523
1874
4-4-0
Portland
301
nee EC&N #5, to LV 905,  ren 1905 2523, sold 10/1905 to ?
66
534?
1874
4-4-0
Baldwin
3602
nee GI&S #11, probably not relettered to LV 534,
sold 1889 to Nittany Valley Railroad (#2?)
67
534
or 535?
1874
4-4-0
Baldwin
3604
nee GI&S #12, could be LV 535 if cn. 3602 became 534
68
239
1874
4-4-0
Baldwin
3628
named "Robt. Lockhart"  ren  1874 to P&NY #239
deliv. direct to P&NY, not LV 239, sold 1894 to
Erie & Central NY #2.
69
2537
1874
4-4-0
Baldwin
3631
named "Thos. Desmond"  ren 1874 to P&NY #238
deliv. direct to P&NY, not LV 238,  ren 1905 2537, scrap 9/1909
70
251
1875
4-4-0
LV Wea

named "R.A. Packer" -  ren 1876 to P&NY 251, gone by 1905
71
303
1875
4-4-0
LV Wea

named "Chas. Hartshorne", gone by 1905
72
304
1875
4-4-0
LV Wea

named "Robt. A. Packer", gone by 1905
73
2533
1875
4-4-0
LV Wea

named "David Thomas" nee LV 305,  reb 10/1890,  ren 1905 2533
74
306
1875
4-4-0
LV Wea

named "Ashbel Welch" gone by 1905
75
307
1875
4-4-0
LV S. Easton

named "Wm. H. Gatzman" gone by 1905
76
104
1876
4-4-0
LV Hazleton

named "W.H. Sayre" gone by 1905 
77
308
1876
4-4-0
LV S. Easton

named "America" gone by 1905
78
309
1876
4-4-0
LV S. Easton

named "Chas. B. Cummings" gone by 1905
79
201
1877
4-4-0
LV Wilke

named "J.P. Cox" gone by 1905
80
334
1877
4-4-0
LV Wea

named "Wm. B. Mack" gone by 1905
81
335
1877
4-4-0
LV Wea

named "James L. Blackslee" gone by 1905
82
3 (3rd) 1877?
4-4-0

LV Hazleton?

named "W. Stevenson" nee LV 202,  ren 1905 2578.  rebuilt 9/1913 at Sayre into inspection loco LV 3 (3rd), and scrapped 1916.
83
252
1878
4-4-0
LV Wilke

named "A.W. Stegman"  ren'? to P&NY 252, gone by 1905
84
14
1879
4-4-0
LV S. Easton

named "Catasauqua" (2nd), gone by 1905
85
2535
1879
4-4-0
Brooks
351
nee EC&N #6 or #8, to LV 906 or 908,  ren 1905 2535, scrp 1910
86
2522
1879
4-4-0
Brooks
352
nee EC&N #4 (2nd), to LV 904,  ren 1905 2522
sold 10/1906 to New York Auburn & Lansing #2
87
910
1879?
4-4-0

Hinkley?
1287?
nee EC&N #10, gone by 1905
88
2658
1880
4-4-0
LV Del

named "A. Mitchell" -  reb6/1890,  ren 1905 2658
89
2564
1880
4-4-0
LV Del

named "A.G. Broadhead Jr." nee LV 359,
  reb11/1891,  ren 1905 2564
90
360
1880
4-4-0
LV Del

named "H.E. Packer" gone by 1905
91
2564
1880
4-4-0
LV Del

nee LV 359,  ren 1905 2564, scrap 3/1913
92
2658
1880
4-4-0
LV Del

nee LV 341,  ren 1905 2658, scrap 2/1917
93
2636
1880?
4-4-0

LV Wilke?

named "J.R. Fanshawe",  reb 5/1890,  ren 1905 2636
94
361
1880?
4-4-0

LV Del?

named "Fred Mercur"  reb 8/1891, gone by 1905
95
285
1881
4-4-0
Baldwin
5796
nee State Line & Sullivan #3. to LV 285 in 1884. gone by 1905
96
2576
1882
4-4-0
LV Wilke

named "Wm. Conyngham" nee LV 382,  ren 1905 2576 - scrapped 6/1906
97
265
1882
4-4-0
Baldwin
6418
named "Grover Cleveland" nee P&NY 265, gone by 1905
98
2579
1882
4-4-0
Baldwin
6421
named "Howard Elmer" - nee P&NY 266,  ren 1905 2579 - scrapped 5/1910
99
2562
1883
4-4-0
LV Del

named "Hiawatha" - nee LV 384,  ren 1905 2562
100
2629
1883
4-4-0
LV Del

named "I.W. Morris" nee LV 385,  ren 1905 2629
101
2630
1883
4-4-0
LV Del

named "Alonzo P. Blakslee" nee LV 386,  ren 1905 2630
102
4 (2nd) 1883
4-4-0
Baldwin
6542
named "Robt. Pattison" nee P&NY 267,  ren 1905 2580. -   rebuilt 1913 at Sayre to Inspection loco #4. scrapped 1918.
103
5 (3rd) 1883
4-4-0
Baldwin
6543
named "Rich. Elmer" nee P&NY 268,  ren 1905 2581. -   rebuilt 1913 at Sayre to Inspection loco #5. scrapped 1915.
104
269
1883
4-4-0
Baldwin
6627
nee P&NY 269, (was never LV 269) gone by 1905
105
2566
1883
4-4-0
Baldwin
6630
nee P&NY 270,   ren 1905 2566, scrapped 9/1915
106
2582
1883
4-4-0
Baldwin
6672
nee P&NY 272,   ren 1905 2582, scrapped 3/1913
107
2567
1883
4-4-0
Baldwin
6673
nee P&NY 271,   ren 1905 2567, scrapped 10/1915
108
2583
1883
4-4-0
Baldwin
6685
nee P&NY 273,  ren 1905 2583, scrapped 10/1905
109
2584
1883
4-4-0
Baldwin
6686
nee P&NY 274,  ren 1905 2584, scrapped 9/1916
110
2634
1884
4-4-0
LV Wilkes

named "Elisha Hancock" nee LV 383,  ren 1905 2634
111
2591
1884
4-4-0
LV S. Easton

named "H.S. Goodwin" nee LV 421,  reb1/1893,  ren 1905 2591
112
2520
1884
4-4-0
LV Sayre

nee LV 223,  ren 1905 2520, scrapped 4/1905
(first 4-4-0 (of four) built in Sayre.
113
2634
1884
4-4-0
LV Wilkes

nee LV 383,  ren 1905 2634, scrapped 8/1916
114
909
1884
4-4-0
Cooke
1568
nee EC&N #9, to LV 909 in 1896, gone by 1905
115
2587 1885
4-4-0
LV Sayre

named "G.M. Diven" nee LV 218,  ren 1905 2587.
116
2550
1885
4-4-0
LV S. Easton

named "Alaska",  ren 1905 2550
117
68
1885
4-4-0
LV Del

named "Phillip Hoffecker" gone by 1905
118
2638
1885
4-4-0
LV Wea

named "John M. Rahn" nee LV 34,  ren 1905 2638
scrapped 11/1923
119
2510
1885?
4-4-0

LV Hazleton?

named "W.C. Anderson", nee LV 400,  reb3/1894,  ren 1905 2510
120
422
1886
4-4-0
LV S. Easton

named "John B. Garrett" gone by 1905
121
2602
1886
4-4-0
LV S. Easton

named "Chas. O. Sheerr" nee LV 423,  reb 9/1896,
  ren 1905 2602, scrapped 9/1916
122
2599
1886
4-4-0
LV S. Easton

named "James Donnelly" nee LV 424,  reb2/1894,
  ren 1905 2599, scrapped 8/1916
123
2572
1887
4-4-0
LV S. Easton

named "Wm. H. Rathburn" nee LV 370,  ren 1905 2572 - scrapped 9/1910
124
2612
1887
4-4-0
LV Del

named "L. chamberlain" nee LV 406,  ren 1905 2612, scr 5/1910
125
2613
1887
4-4-0
LV Del

named "John R. Fell" nee LV 407,  ren 1905 2613, scr 7/1914
126
2713
1887
4-4-0
LV S. Easton

named "Rollin H. Wilbur" nee LV 425,  ren 1905 2713, - scrapped 6/1918
127
437
1887
4-4-0
LV Hazleton

named "Wm. H. Sayre" (2nd) gone by 1905
128
2639
1887
4-4-0
LV Wea

named "President", nee LV 461,  ren 1905 2639, scr 11/1912
129
2571
1888
4-4-0
LV S. Easton

nee LV 47,  ren 1905 2571, scrapped 9/1909
130
371
1888
4-4-0
LV S. Easton

named by "J.H. Wilhelm" gone by 1905
131
2573
1888
4-4-0
LV S. Easton

named "W.A. Ingham" nee LV 372,  ren 1905 2573, scr 10/1925
132
388
1888
4-4-0
LV Del

named "Wm. C. Norris", gone by 1905
133
2651
1888
4-4-0
LV Hazleton

named "Wm. Brockie" nee LV 440,  ren 1905 2651, scr 9/1914
134
2662
1888
4-4-0
LV Wea

named "S. Drinker" nee LV 463,  ren 1905 2662, scr 6/1923
135
2652
1888
4-4-0
LV Hazleton

named "John Campbell" and/or "Audenried" nee LV 471
  ren 1905 2652, scrapped 6/1923
136
2
1889
4-4-0
LV S. Easton

nee LV 551,  ren 1905 2701.  rebuilt 5/1906 at S. Easton to Inspection loco #2. scrapped 1916.
137
2593
1889
4-4-0
LV Wilke

named "Albert E. Lewis" nee LV 7,  ren 1905 2593
scrapped 5/1911
138
2700
1889
4-4-0
LV S. Easton

nee LV 44,  ren 1905 2700, scrapped 3/1913
139
486
1889
4-4-0
LV S. Easton

named "Calvin Pardee" gone by 1905
140
2706
1889
4-4-0
LV S. Easton

named "Wm. H. Bissell"  ren 1905 2706, scr 10/1905
141
506
1889
4-4-0
LV S. Easton

named "Wm. P. Henry" gone by 1905
142
2653
1889
4-4-0
LV Hazleton

named "P.C. Doyle" nee LV 521,  ren 1905 2653, scr 5/1913
143
522
1889
4-4-0
LV Hazleton

named "E.B. Byington" gone by 1905
144
2514
1889
4-4-0
LV Hazleton

named "J.S. Lentz" nee LV 537,  ren 1905 2514, scr 6/1908
145
2588
1889
4-4-0
Baldwin
10403
named "J.M. Weaver" nee LV 519,  ren 1905 2588, scr 1909
146
2589
1899
4-4-0
Baldwin
10405
named "J.I. Kinsey" nee LV 520,  ren 1905 589, scr 10/1916
147
2679
1890
4-4-0
LV Wilke

nee LV 30,  ren 1905 2679, scr 9/1919
148
2574
1890
4-4-0
LV S. Easton

nee LV 373,  ren 1905 2574, scr 10/1910
149
2615
1890
4-4-0
LV Del

nee LV 538,  ren 1905 2615, scr 5/1923
150
2707
1890
4-4-0
LV Wea

nee LV 541,  ren 1905 2707, scr 6/1929
151
2664
1890
4-4-0
LV Wea

nee LV 552,  ren 1905 2664, scr 9/1919
152
2711
1890
4-4-0
LV S. Easton

nee LV 553,  ren 1905 2711, scr 8/1918
153
2710
1890
4-4-0
LV S. Easton

nee LV 554,  ren 1905 2710, scr 7/1916
154
2702
1890
4-4-0
LV S. Easton

nee LV 562,  ren 1905 2702, scr 9/1913
155
2730
1891
4-4-0
LV Wea

nee LV 54,  ren 1905 2730, scr 101912
156
2705
1891
4-4-0
LV S. Easton

nee LV 108,  ren 1905 2705, scr 1/1919
157
2616
1891
4-4-0
LV Del

nee LV 575,  ren 1905 2616, scr 6/1919
158
2641
1891
4-4-0
LV Hazleton

nee LV 612,  ren 1905 2641, scr 11/1923
159
2617
1891
4-4-0
LV Del

nee LV 614,  ren 1905 2617, scr 12/1917 
160
2642
1892
4-4-0
LV Hazleton

nee LV 613,  ren 1905 2642, scr 6/1929
161
2714
1892 4-4-0
LV S. Easton

nee LV 615,  ren 1905 2714, scr 6/1923
162
2595
1892 4-4-0
LV Del

nee LV 617,  ren 1905 2595, scr 3/1917
163
2643
1892 4-4-0
LV Hazleton

nee LV 643,  ren 1905 2643, scr 5/1905
164
2644
1892 4-4-0
LV Hazleton

nee LV 644,  ren 1905 2644, scr 6/1924
165
2734
1892 4-4-0
LV Wea

nee LV 645 ,  ren 1905 2734, scr 9/1918
166
2516
1893
4-4-0
LV Hazleton

nee LV 652,  ren 1905 2516, sold 11/1908 to GC&L #57
167
2668
1893 4-4-0
LV Hazleton
nee LV 654,  ren 1905 2668, scr 6/1923
168
2669
1893 4-4-0
LV Hazleton
nee LV 655,  ren 1905 2669, scr 6/1924
169
2670
1893 4-4-0
LV Hazleton
nee LV 656,  ren 1905 2670, scr 10/1923
170
2671
1893 4-4-0
LV Hazleton
nee LV 657,  ren 1905 2671, scr 3/1929
171
2672
1894
4-4-0
LV Hazleton

nee LV 658,  ren 1905 2672, scr 9/1925
172
2738
1895
4-4-0W
Baldwin
14231
nee LV 659,  ren 1905 2738, scr 12/1918
173
2674
1895
4-4-0W
Baldwin
14232
nee LV 660,  ren 1905 2674, scr 9/1925
174
2675
1895
4-4-0W
Baldwin
14233
nee LV 661,  ren 1905 2675, scr 1/1919
175
2676
1895
4-4-0W
Baldwin
14240
nee LV 662,  ren 1905 2676, scr 3/1923
176
2677
1895
4-4-0W
Baldwin
14241
nee LV 663,  ren 1905 2677, scr 6/1924




0-8-0 Switcher
       Built 1855 - 1916
Rostered 1855 - 1951
 

LV No. 120 - "Jupiter" - built 1870 - LV Hazleton shops.
Photographer unknown.



LV No. 3066 - built 1908 - Alco
Photographer unknown.



LV No. 3185 - built 1912 as a 2-8-0 at LV Sayre shops,
(originally 2-8-0 No. 920)   rebuilt as an 0-8-0 in 1924 at Sayre.
Photographer unknown.

I am placing the 0-8-0's in the second spot on this roster, after the 4-4-0's, because 4-4-0's were used in the construction of the LV between 1853 and 1855, and it is likely only 4-4-0's saw use on LV rails during those first two years. The LV ordered its first brand-new locomotives in 1855 (the first eight locomotives on the roster are discussed above) and the first three wheel arrangements were 4-4-0, 0-8-0 and 4-6-0.

It was an 0-8-0 that holds the distinction of being the very first Lehigh Valley locomotive Number 1, which was part of the very first LV roster in 1855. The earliest 0-8-0's might have been used more as road units, not necessarily switchers. Although the vast majority of 0-8-0's overall were switchers.

A total of 107 0-8-0's were built new for (or by) the LV as 0-8-0's.

Another 36 0-8-0's were built from older 2-8-0's:
2-8-0 Consolidations number 900 to 934 (and 957), built in Sayre between 1909 and 1913, were  rebuilt as 0-8-0 switchers, number 3176 - 3210, at Sayre between 1924 and 1929
.(these 2-8-0's converted to 0-8-0's are listed in the 2-8-0 section)

Making a total of 143 0-8-0's on the LV roster between 1855 and 1951.



Scroll for the entire 0-8-0 Roster:


Road
No.
Year
blt.
Type Class Builder b/n Notes
177 1 (1st)
1855 0-8-0
Baldwin 652 named "James M. Porter", returned 7/1864  
178 2 (1st) 1855 0-8-0
Baldwin 659 named "Asa Packer",  reb.0-4-0 (Serida??)  
179 19 1855 0-8-0
Niles (120) named "Defiance" nee Beav.Mead. 8 
180 20 1855 0-8-0
Niles (121) named "Champion" (1st) nee Beav.Mead. 9 
181 16 1857 0-8-0
Baldwin 750 named "Atlas", nee Beav.Mead.19,  rebuilt to 0-4-0
182 17 1857 0-8-0
Baldwin
named "Alps", nee Beav.Mead.18,  rebuilt to 0-4-0
183 119 1869 0-8-0
LV Hazleton
named "Lattimer"  
184 103 1870 0-8-0
LV Hazleton
named "Humboldt"  
185 105 1870 0-8-0
LV Hazleton
named "Hazelton",  reb.10/1886 4-6-0  
186 120 1870 0-8-0
LV Hazleton
named "Jupiter"  
187 175 1871 0-8-0
LV Hazleton
named "Crystal Ridge"  
188 176 1872 0-8-0
LV Hazleton
named "Laurel Hill"  
189 3242 1899 0-8-0
Baldwin 16690  ex /'?? 3198 
190 3030 1901 0-8-0w
Baldwin 19457 nee LV 1401,  ren./1905 3030
191 3031 1901 0-8-0w
Baldwin 19458 nee LV 1402,  ren./1905 3031
192 3036 1902 0-8-0w
Baldwin 20868 nee LV 1403,  ren./1905 3036
193 3037 1902 0-8-0w
Baldwin 20869 nee LV 1404,  ren./1905 3037
194 3038 1902 0-8-0w
Baldwin 20870 nee LV 1405,  ren./1905 3038
195 3039 1903 0-8-0tw
Baldwin 22420 nee LV 1406,  ren./1905 3039 
196 3040 1903 0-8-0tw
Baldwin 22421 nee LV 1407,  ren./1905 3040
197 3041 1903 0-8-0tw
Baldwin 22429 nee LV 1408,  ren./1905 3041
198 3042 1903 0-8-0tw
Baldwin 22435 nee LV 1409,  ren./1905 3042
199 3043 1903 0-8-0tw
Baldwin 22447 nee LV 1410,  ren./1905 3043
200 3050 1905 0-8-0w
Baldwin 26616 scrap 1/1933
201 3051 1905 0-8-0w
Baldwin 26657 scrap 12/1937
202 3052 1905 0-8-0w
Baldwin 26658 scrap 10/1932
203 3053 1905 0-8-0w
Baldwin 26659 scrap 2/1931
204 3054 1907 0-8-0w
Baldwin 30829 scrap 1/1938
205 3055 1907 0-8-0w
Baldwin 30835 scrap 5/1936
206 3056 1907 0-8-0w
Baldwin 30916 scrap 1/1934
207 3057 1907 0-8-0w
Baldwin 30960 scrap 2/1933
208 3058 1907 0-8-0w
Baldwin 31054 scrap 12/1932
209 3059 1908 0-8-0w
Alco 44808 scrap 1/1934
210 3060 1908 0-8-0w
Alco 44809 scrap 7/1936
211 3061 1908 0-8-0w
Alco 44810 scrap 8/1936
212 3062 1908 0-8-0w
Alco 44811 scrap 11/1932
213 3063 1908 0-8-0w
Alco 44812 scrap 4/1936
214 3064 1908 0-8-0w
Alco 44813 scrap 11/1932
215 3065 1908 0-8-0w
Alco 44814 scrap 4/1936
216 3066 1908 0-8-0w
Alco 44815 scrap 1/'40
217 3067 1908 0-8-0w
Alco 44816 scrap 1/1933
218 3068 1908 0-8-0w
Alco 44817 scrap 4/1936
219 3033 1910 0-8-0w
LV Sayre
scrap 6/1929
220 3034 1910 0-8-0w
LV Sayre
scrap 2/1934
221 3035 1910 0-8-0w
LV Sayre
scrap 2/1933
222 3044 1910 0-8-0
Alco 47513 scrap 6/1929
223 3045 1910 0-8-0
Alco 47514 scrap 1/1934
224 3046 1910 0-8-0
Alco 47515 scrap 2/1934
225 3047 1910 0-8-0
Alco 47516 scrap 11/1933
226 3048 1910 0-8-0
LV Sayre
scrap 11/1932
227 3049 1910 0-8-0
LV Sayre
scrap 12/1936
228 3069 1910 0-8-0w
LV Sayre
scrap 4/1936
229 3125 1911 0-8-0w
LV Sayre
scrap 12/1936
230 3126 1911 0-8-0w
LV Sayre
scrap 1/'47
231 3127 1911 0-8-0w
LV Sayre
scrap 3/1939
232 3100 1912 0-8-0
LV Sayre
scrap 7/1936
233 3101 1912 0-8-0
LV Sayre
scrap 6/1929
234 3102 1912 0-8-0
LV Sayre
scrap 2/1938
235 3103 1912 0-8-0
LV Sayre
scrap 3/1928
236 3104 1912 0-8-0
LV Sayre
scrap 11/1932
237 3128 1912 0-8-0w
LV Sayre
scrap 8/1939
238 3129 1912 0-8-0w
LV Sayre
scrap 12/1932
239 3130 1912 0-8-0w
LV Sayre
scrap 2/1933
240 3131 1912 0-8-0w
LV Sayre
scrap 1/1932
241 3132 1913 0-8-0w
LV Sayre
scrap 5/1936
242 3133 1913 0-8-0w
LV Sayre
scrap 5/1939
243 3134 1913 0-8-0w
LV Sayre
scrap 3/1933
244 3135 1913 0-8-0w
LV Sayre
scrap 11/1932
245 3136 1913 0-8-0w
LV Sayre
scrap 11/1932
246 3137 1913 0-8-0w
LV Sayre
scrap 3/1939
247 3138 1913 0-8-0w
LV Sayre
scrap 12/1937
248 3139 1913 0-8-0w
LV Sayre
scrap 8/1939
249 3140 1913 0-8-0w
LV Sayre
scrap 1/1930
250 3141 1913 0-8-0w
LV Sayre
scrap 11/1932
251 3142 1913 0-8-0w
LV Sayre
scrap 4/1936
252 3143 1913 0-8-0w
LV Sayre
scrap 1/'40
253 3144 1913 0-8-0w
LV Sayre
scrap 3/1934
254 3145 1913 0-8-0w
LV Sayre
scrap 1/1937
255 3146 1913 0-8-0w
LV Sayre
scrap 4/1936
256 3147 1913 0-8-0w
LV Sayre
scrap 6/1936
257 3148 1913 0-8-0w
LV Sayre
scrap 1/1937
258 3149 1913 0-8-0w
LV Sayre
scrap 1/1933
259 3150 1913 0-8-0w
LV Sayre
scrap 12/1936
260 3151 1913 0-8-0w
LV Sayre
scrap 6/1936
261 3152 1915 0-8-0w
LV Sayre
scrap 3/1938
262 3153 1915 0-8-0w
LV Sayre
disp.unk.
263 3154 1915 0-8-0w
LV Sayre
scrap 6/1936
264 3155 1915 0-8-0w
LV Sayre
scrap 10/'49
265 3156 1915 0-8-0w
LV Sayre
scrap 3/1939
266 3157 1915 0-8-0w
LV Sayre
scrap 8/1936
267 3158 1915 0-8-0w
LV Sayre
scrap 11/1932
268 3159 1915 0-8-0w
LV Sayre
scrap 3/1938
269 3160 1916 0-8-0w
Baldwin 43271 scrap 1/'47
270 3161 1916 0-8-0w
Baldwin 43272 scrap 2/1933
271 3162 1916 0-8-0w
Baldwin 43273 scrap 3/1938
272 3163 1916 0-8-0w
Baldwin 43274 scrap 8/1936
273 3164 1916 0-8-0w
Baldwin 43306 scrap 3/1938
274 3165 1916 0-8-0w
Baldwin 43307 scrap 5/1939
275 3166 1916 0-8-0w
Baldwin 43308 scrap 4/1939
276 3167 1916 0-8-0w
Baldwin 43309 scrap 4/1939
277 3168 1916 0-8-0w
Baldwin 43310 scrap 6/1936
278 3169 1916 0-8-0w
Baldwin 43331 scrap 3/'47
279 3170 1916 0-8-0w
Baldwin 43332 scrap 12/'45
280 3171 1916 0-8-0w
Baldwin 43354 scrap 12/1937
281 3172 1916 0-8-0w
Baldwin 43355 scrap 1/'51
282 3173 1916 0-8-0w
Baldwin 43399 scrap 1/1933
283 3174 1916 0-8-0w
Baldwin 43400 scrap 1/'47












































































































































































See the Consolidation section below for the 36 ??-class 0-8-0's, number 3176 - 3210, that were built from older 2-8-0's








4-6-0 Ten-Wheeler
       Built 1855 - 1918
Rostered 1855 - 1951


LV No. 61 - "Towanda" - built 1866 - McKay & Aldus.
Photographer unknown.



LV No. 158 - "Pittston" - built 1870 - Mason Machine Works.
 
Mason photo.


 
LV No. 1623 - built 1905 - Alco
Photographer unknown.



LV No. 1805 - built 1911 - LV Sayre Shops.
 
Photographer unknown.



LV No. 1140 - built 1917 - LV Sayre Shops
Photographer unknown.



 
LV No. 1150 - built 1917 - LV Sayre Shops.
Photographer unknown.
The LV 4-6-0 "Ten Wheelers" were the third (and final) class of locomotives that were on the original roster of 1855. They were a *very* successful wheel arrangement, being used in great numbers throughout the entire steam era. Ten-Wheelers are often considered a "freight" wheel arrangement, but in reality they were very often "dual service" locomotives, being used for both freight and passenger service. Many of the early to middle-era LV Ten-wheelers were designed and used as dual-purpose locomotives, while the last and most modern of the type were "freight only."

Initally the ten-wheelers were "full size" heavy freight haulers, or state of the art passenger locomotives.. But as locomotive evolution continued into the 20th Century, the ten-wheeler type evolved into "lighter duty" smaller locomotives, as larger and more powerful Mikados, Pacifics and Wyomings took over the priority trains.

The most famous LV Ten-Wheelers are the last group, the J-25 class "eleven hundreds". They were a group of thirty five 4-6-0's developed and built by the LV at Sayre in 1917 and 1918, that were designed to be the "branch line" locomotives for the upstate NY Auburn Division lines, and power for the smaller "local" trains around the system. These locomotives were used right up to the end of steam on the LV, and could be considered the steam equilivant of the "branchline" Alco RS2's and RS3's that took over for them. Not glamorous "mainline" power, but classic LV power nonetheless.

528 4-6-0 Ten Wheelers were on the LV roster built new as 4-6-0's, plus an 0-6-0 and a 2-6-0 that were  rebuilt as 4-6-0's, making a grand total of 530 total Ten-Wheelers on the LV roster, the largest single wheel arrangement type on the LV. The Ten Wheelers and the 0-8-0's were the only two wheel arrangement that served during the entire steam era on the LV, both being used for nearly a Century! 96 years, from the start of the LV in 1855, to the end of steam in 1951.

Three 4-6-0's were  rebuilt into 0-6-0's.2
Two 4-6-0's were  rebuilt into 2-6-0's.2
Four 4-6-0's were  rebuilt into 4-4-0's.2

(When locomotives were  rebuilt and served on the LV with different wheel arrangments, they are listed in this roster under the heading of their original wheel arrangement.)


Scroll for the entire 4-6-0 Roster:

Road
No.
Year
blt.
Type Class Builder b/n Notes
3 (1st) 1855 4-6-0
Norris 792 named "Henry King"  gone by /1874 284
4 (1st) 1855 4-6-0
Norris 793 named "Robert H. Sayre",  reb./1874 S.Eas.,11/1884, 6/1893   ren./1905 2597,  scrap 9/1916 285
14 1857 4-6-0
Norris 840 named "Catasaqua"  destroyed 5/1916/62 286
15 1857 4-6-0
Norris 841 named "Lehigh",  reb./1878 into a 4-4-0  gone by 1905 287
21 1859 4-6-0
Mason 86 named "Bushkill",  reb.9/1876  gone by 1905 288
22 1859 4-6-0
Mason 87 named "Saucon",  reb.3/1890 into a 0-6-0   ren./1905 3250 289
25 1860 4-6-0
Mason 95 named "Easton",  reb.1/1874, 4/1884  gone by 1905 290
26 1860 4-6-0
Mason 97 named "Mauch Chunk",  reb.2/1872  gone by 1905 291
27 1862 4-6-0
Mason 110 named "Bethlehem",  reb.9/1891 into a 0-6-0   ren./1905 3251 292
28 1862 4-6-0
Mason 111 named "Allentown"  gone by 1905 293
30 1862 4-6-0
Baldwin 1087 named "Mahoning"  disp.unk. 294
31 1862 4-6-0
Mason 118 named "Parryville",  reb.1/1879  gone by 1905 295
32 1862 4-6-0
Mason 120 named "Lehighton",  reb.6/1885  gone by 1905 296
34 1862 4-6-0
Baldwin 1103 named "Messenger" ex 7/1884 Beav.Mead. 20 scrap 7/1886 297
1016 1862 4-6-0
Baldwin 1071 named "Slatington", nee LV 29,  reb.12/1885   ren./1905 1016, scr 12/1909 298
35 1863 4-6-0
Baldwin 1104 named "Mercury" ex 9/64 Beav.Mead. 21 gone by 1905 299
36 1863 4-6-0
Baldwin 1114 named "Meteor" ex 9/64 Beav.Mead. 22 scrap /1891 300
37 1863 4-6-0
Mason 129 named "Penn Haven",  reb.9/1885  sold ~/1899 (Algoma Cent.1??) 301
38 1863 4-6-0
Mason 132 named "White Haven",  reb.4/1878  gone by 1905 302
39 1863 4-6-0
Mason 144 named "Nescopec",  reb.10/1883  sold ~/1899 (Algoma Cent.2??) 303
40 1863 4-6-0
Mason 146 named "Nanticoke",  reb.5/1874  gone by 1905 304
65 1863 4-6-0
Baldwin 1152 named "Shenandoah" ex 6/66 Lehigh & Mahanoy Railroad 2 scrap 5/1884 305
113 1863 4-6-0
LV Hazleton
named "Idaho"  scrap by /1887 306
1173 1863 4-6-0
Baldwin 1151 named "Mahanoy" nee L&M No. 1, to LV 64,  ren./1905 1173, disp.unk 307
41 1864 4-6-0
Baldwin 1256 named "Vulcan" ex 7/64 Beav.Mead.23 scrap 11/1873 308
42 1864 4-6-0
Baldwin 1265 named "Neptune" ex 8/64 Beav.Mead.24 scrap /1891 309
43 1864 4-6-0
Mason 173 named "Quakake",  reb.11/1887  sold ~/1899 (Algoma Cent.3??) 310
44 1864 4-6-0
Mason 174 named "Nesquehoning"  gone by /1889 311
117 1864 4-6-0
LV Hazleton
named "Lark"  scrap by /1891 312
1076 1864 4-6-0
Grant 423  ex /1905 70 disp.unk. 313
45 1865 4-6-0
Baldwin 1333 named "Tuscarora" ex 7/64 Beav.Mead.45 scrap /1892 314
46 1865 4-6-0
Baldwin 1345 named "Algonquin" ex 7/64 Beav.Mead.46 scrap /1876 315
50 1865 4-6-0
Baldwin 1410 named "Montezuma",  reb./1882 S.Easton  gone by 1905 316
51 1865 4-6-0
Baldwin 1415 named "Saranac", maybe  reb.to by /1883 to ??  gone by /1883 317
52 1865 4-6-0
Mason 221 named "Northampton"  gone by 1905 (sold ~/1899 Alg.Cent.4??) 318
71 1865 4-6-0
Baldwin 1337 named "Mt.Carmel",  reb.5/1879 ex 6/66 Lehigh & Mahanoy Railroad 8 scrap /1905 319
72 1865 4-6-0
Baldwin 1396 named "Montana",  reb.8/1884, nee L&M No. 9, sc.by /1905, or sold /1905 SI&E 330 320
74 1865 4-6-0
Baldwin 1431 named "Northumberland",  reb.11/1884 nee L&M No. 11, sold /1905 SI&E 335?? 321
118 1865 4-6-0
LV Hazleton
named "Dexter"  scrap by /1890 322
1172 1865 4-6-0
Mason 222 named "Carbon", nee LV 53,   reb.11/1886   ren./1905 1172, scrap 10/1905 323
1174 1865 4-6-0
Baldwin 1422 named "Columbia", nee LV 73,   reb.2/1884 nee L&M No. 10,  ren./1905 1174, scr 12/11 324
54 1866 4-6-0
Baldwin 1458 named "Cherokee"  gone by 9/1891 325
55 1866 4-6-0
Baldwin 1463 named "Seminole"  gone by 1905 326
57 1866 4-6-0
Baldwin 1465 named "Aramingo"  gone by /1892 327
75 1866 4-6-0
Baldwin 1481 named "Mt.Aetna",  reb.9/1886 ex 6/66 Lehigh & Mahanoy Railroad 12 sold /1905 SI&E 333?? 328
76 1866 4-6-0
Baldwin 1490 named "Schuykill",  reb.8/1887 ex 6/66 Lehigh & Mahanoy Railroad 10 sold /1904 SI&E 332 329
1000 1866 4-6-0
Baldwin 1467 named "Arasapha" nee LV 58,,  reb./1885   ren./1905 1000, scr 12/1908 330
2551 1866 4-6-0
McKay (34) named "Towanda", nee LV 61,  reb.6/1886 S.Easton 4-4-0   ren./1905 2551 331
2552 1866 4-6-0
McKay (35) named "Tioga",  reb.3/1887 S.Easton 4-4-0   ren./1905 2552, disp.unk. 332
2555 1866 4-6-0
Norris 746  ex /1905 Pennsylvania &  York 8?? scrap 10/1905 333
86 1867 4-6-0
Baldwin 1684 named "Newport",  reb.6/1880  gone by 1905 334
87 1868 4-6-0
Baldwin 1726 named "Little Giant",  reb.2/1892 as a 2-6-0   ren./1905 1700 335
88 1868 4-6-0
Baldwin 1734 named "Comanche",  reb.4/1880  gone by 1905 336
95 1868 4-6-0
Norris 1214 named "Serida",  reb.10/1874  gone by 1905 337
96 1868 4-6-0
Norris 1215 named "Nevada",  reb.10/1874  gone by 1905 338
98 1868 4-6-0
Baldwin 1810 named "Dakota",  reb.7/1885  gone by 1905 340
1070 1868 4-6-0
Baldwin 1737 named "Chippewa", nee LV 89,  reb.10/1887   ren./1905 1070, scr 5/1913 341
125 1869 4-6-0
Mason 314 named "Wysauking"  gone by 5/1890 342
126 1869 4-6-0
Mason 317 named "Wyalusing",  reb.10/1888  sold by /1905 Preston Railroad 5 343
127 1869 4-6-0
Baldwin 1936 named "Springville",  reb.6/1881  gone by 1905 344
129 1869 4-6-0
Baldwin 1939 named "North Branch", nee LV 129,   ren./1873 227, to P&NY #227. gone by 1905 345
131 1869 4-6-0
Baldwin 1969 named "Meshoppen",  reb.11/1887  gone by 1905 346
132 1869 4-6-0
Baldwin 1998 named "Mehoopany",  reb.11/1885  sold /1903 Buffalo Attica & Arcade Railroad 4 347
1001 1869 4-6-0
Baldwin 1967 named "Tunkhannock", nee LV 130, ,  reb.10/1885   ren./1905 1001, scr 10/1907 348
1002 1869 4-6-0
Baldwin 2006 named "Waverly", nee LV 133,   reb.8/1886   ren./1905 1002, scr 12/1909 349
1003 1869 4-6-0
Baldwin 2007 named "Cheming", nee LV 134,   reb.8/1885   ren./1905 1003, scr 6/1908 350
1004 1869 4-6-0
Baldwin 2008 named "Buffalo", nee LV 135,   reb.3/1886   ren./1905 1004, scr 10/1906 351
1008 1869 4-6-0
Baldwin 1846 named "Kittatinny", nee LV 124,  reb.4/1887, to P&NY 225,  ren 1905 1008, scrap 12/1908 352
1009 1869 4-6-0
Baldwin 1937 named "Susquehanna", nee LV 128,   ren./1873 226,  reb3/1886, to P&NY 226,  ren 1905 1009. scr 10/1905 353
1027 1869 4-6-0
Baldwin 1845 named "Mahoning", nee LV 123,  reb.10/1886   ren./1905 1027, scrap 10/1906 354
141 1870 4-6-0
Baldwin 2053 named "Vosburg" nee LV 141,  ren./1874 229, to P&NY 229, gone by 1905 355
143 1870 4-6-0
Baldwin 2056 named "Milan", nee LV 143,  ren./1874 231, to P&NY 231, gone by 1905 356
144 1870 4-6-0
Baldwin 2060 named "Athens",  reb.9/1880  gone by 1905 357
145 1870 4-6-0
Baldwin 2062 named "Bradford",  reb.6/1886  gone by 1905 358
150 1870 4-6-0
Mason 354 named "Freemansburg",  reb.3/1891  gone by 1905 359
152 1870 4-6-0
Mason 358 named "Coplay",  reb.2/1889  gone by 1905 360
153 1870 4-6-0
Mason 359 named "Whitehall",  reb.2/1887  gone by 1905 361
155 1870 4-6-0
Mason 365 named "Rockport",  reb.6/1888  gone by 1905 362
156 1870 4-6-0
Mason 369 named "Bridgeport",  reb.4/1886  gone by 1905 363
158 1870 4-6-0
Mason 374 named "Pittston"  gone by 1905 364
1013 1870 4-6-0
Mason 373 named "Plainesville", nee LV 157,  reb.12/1890   ren./1905 1013, scrap 6/1913 365
1018 1870 4-6-0
Mason 351 named "Phillipsburg", nee LV 149,   reb.1/1888 Delano   ren./1905 1018. scrap 10/1907 366
1019 1870 4-6-0
Mason 357 named "Hokendauqua", nee LV 151,   reb.2/1888   ren./1905 1019, scrap 12/1908 367
1020 1870 4-6-0
Mason 360 named "Rockdale", nee LV 154,  reb.1/1891 S.Easton   ren./1905 1020, scrap 10/1905 368
1031 1870 4-6-0
Baldwin 2055 named "Ulster", nee LV 142,   ren./1874 230, to P&NY 230,  ren 1905 1031, scr 11/1912 369
1188 1870 4-6-0
Baldwin 2065 named "Luzerne", nee LV 146,  reb.2/1892   ren./1905 1188, scr 12/1912 370
500
1870
4-6-0

Baldwin
2111
Purchased 11/1880 from Fall Creek & Bituminous Coal Co.  to LV 500,  rebuilt Sayre 1/1888, gone by 19056 926
161 1871 4-6-0
Baldwin 2373 named "Maine", nee LV 161,   ren./1874 232, to P&NY 232, gone by 1905 371
162 1871 4-6-0
Baldwin 2378 named "New Hampshire", nee LV 162,   ren./1874 233, to P&NY 233, gone by 1905 372
163 1871 4-6-0
Baldwin 2379 named "Vermont", nee LV 163,   ren./1874 234, to P&NY 234, gone by 1905 373
164 1871 4-6-0
Baldwin 2380 named "Massachusetts", nee LV 164,  ren./1871 205, to P&NY 205, gone by 1905 374
165 1871 4-6-0
Baldwin 2381 named "Rhode Island", nee LV 165,   ren./1871 206, to P&NY 206, gone by 1905 375
166 1871 4-6-0
Baldwin 2386 named "Connecticut"   ren./1871 207, to P&NY 207, gone by 1905 376
167 1871 4-6-0
Baldwin 2565 named "Ceres"   ren./1871 208, to P&NY 208, gone by 1905 377
168 1871 4-6-0
Baldwin 2561 named "Pallas"   ren./1871 209, to P&NY 208, gone by 1905 378
169 1871 4-6-0
Baldwin 2567 named "Juno"   ren./1871 210, to P&NY 210, gone by 1905 379
170 1871 4-6-0
Baldwin 2590 named "Vesta"   ren./1871 211, to P&NY 211, gone by 1905 380
171 1871 4-6-0
Baldwin 2587 named "Mogul",  reb.2/1883   ren./1905 LV 510 381
172 1871 4-6-0
Baldwin 2589 named "Tycoon",  reb.12/1882  gone by 1905 382
212 1872 4-6-0
Mason 473 named "Elmira",  reb.6/1890 ex /1888 Pa.& NY "Elmira" gone by 1905 383
213 1872 4-6-0
Mason 474 named "Owego",  reb.11/1890 ex /1888 Pa.& NY "Owego" gone by 1905 384
214 1872 4-6-0
Mason 477 named "Dushore",  reb.2/1890 ex /1888 Pa.& NY "Dushore" gone by 1905 385
215 1872 4-6-0
Mason 478 named "Bernice",  reb.2/1890 ex /1888 Pa.& NY "Bernice" gone by 1905 386
216 1872 4-6-0
Mason 479 named "Auburn",  reb.9/1889 ex /1888 Pa.& NY "Auburn" gone by 1905 387
217 1872 4-6-0
Mason 480 named "Niagara",  reb.4/1886 ex /1888 Pa.& NY "Niagara" gone by 1905 388
1032 1872 4-6-0
Baldwin 2802 nee LV 529, to GI&S #6,  reb.12/1888,  ren./1905 1032, scrap 10/1912 389
1150 1872 4-6-0
LV Hazleton
named "Mt.Pleasant", nee LV 180,  reb.6/1885   ren./1905 LV 1150, scrap 4/1905 390
187 1873 4-6-0
LV Hazleton
named "Oakdale",  reb.8/1887  gone by 1905 391
191 1873 4-6-0
Mason 504 named "Lopatcong",  reb.11/1889  gone by 1905 392
192 1873 4-6-0
Mason 505 named "Pohatcong",  reb.9/1889  gone by 1905 393
193 1873 4-6-0
Mason 507 named "Muscon etcong",  reb.3/1890  gone by 1905 394
194 1873 4-6-0
Mason 513 named "Raritan"  nee LV 194, to P&NY 237 in 1874, to GI&S No. 10 (2nd)
395
195 1873 4-6-0
Mason 514 named "Bound Brook",  reb.5/1890  gone by 1905 396
196 1873 4-6-0
Mason 515 named "Clinton",  reb.10/1890  gone by 1905 397
530 1873 4-6-0
Brooks 186  ex /1889 Geneva Ithaca & Sayre 7 gone by 1905 398
531 1873 4-6-0
Brooks 187  ex /1889 Geneva Ithaca & Sayre 8 gone by 1905 399
533 1873 4-6-0
Mason 513  ex /1889 Geneva Ithaca & Sayre 10 gone by 1905 400
1290 1873 4-6-0
LV Hazleton
nee LV 184,  ren./1905 1290, sold 12/1909 GC&L 95 401
1291 1873 4-6-0
LV Wea
named "H.S.Goodwin", nee LV 189,  reb.5/1897  , sold 12/1909 to GC&L 96 402
1292 1873 4-6-0
LV Wea
named "Leviston", nee LV 321,  ren./1905 LV 1292, sold 12/1909 GC&L 97 403
1315 1873 4-6-0
LV Hazleton
named "Cranberry", nee LV 186,  reb.9/1888 as a 4-6-0w   ren./1905 LV 1315, scr 8/1916 404
1370 1873 4-6-0
LV Hazleton
named "Woodside", nee LV 181,  reb.6/1891   ren./1905 1370, scrap 1/1930 405
128 1874 4-6-0
Baldwin 3623 named "Bergen"  gone by 1905 406
141 1874 4-6-0
Baldwin 3650 named "Burlington"  sold by /1905 Ayden Lumber Co. 407
142 1874 4-6-0
Baldwin 3661 named "Cumberland"  gone by 1905 408
162 1874 4-6-0
Mason 533 named "Perth Amboy",  reb.11/1889  gone by 1905 409
163 1874 4-6-0
Mason 534 named "Metuchen",  reb.9/1887   ren./1905 1021 410
177 1874 4-6-0
Mason 535 named "Flemington",  reb.6/1889  gone by 1905 411
178 1874 4-6-0
Mason 538 named "Woodbridge",  reb.4/1889  gone by 1905 412
190 1874 4-6-0
LV Wea
named "Alps"  gone by 1905 413
194 1874 4-6-0
Mason 539 named "Neshanic",  reb.12/1888  gone by 1905 414
197 1874 4-6-0
Mason 540 named "New Market",  reb.12/1889  gone by 1905 415
198 1874 4-6-0
Mason 541 named "Bloomsbury",  reb.7/1890  gone by 1905 416
199 1874 4-6-0
Mason 544 named "Hamden",  reb.3/1889  gone by 1905 417
1017 1874 4-6-0
LV Wea
named "Baltic"(2nd), nee LV 10,  reb.2/1885 S.Easton   ren./1905 1017, scr 10/1907 418
1021 1874 4-6-0
Mason 534  ex /1905 163 scrap 10/1905 419
1050 1874 4-6-0
Baldwin 3598 named "Passaic", nee LV 22? or 33?,  reb.7/1888   ren./1905 1050, scrap 9/19 420
1051 1874 4-6-0
Baldwin 3599 named "Ocean", nee LV 41,  reb.9/1888   ren./1905 1051, disp. Unk. 421
1052 1874 4-6-0
Baldwin 3601 named "War ren", nee LV 90,  reb.5/1888   ren./1905 1052, scrap 10/19 422
1053 1874 4-6-0
Baldwin 3606 named "Somerset", nee LV 1053,  reb.3/1889   ren./1905 1053, scrap 9/19 423
1054 1874 4-6-0
Baldwin 3607 named "Hunterdon", nee LV 94,  reb.2/1889   ren./1905 1054, scrap 9/1916 424
1055 1874 4-6-0
Baldwin 3630 named "Mercer", nee LV 129,  reb.8/1889   ren./1905 1055, scrap 10/19 425
1056 1874 4-6-0
Baldwin 3645 named "Mammouth", nee LV 137,  reb.10/1888   ren./1905 1056, scrap 5/1918 426
1066 1874 4-6-0
Baldwin 3608 named "Morris", nee LV 122,  reb.5/1893   ren./1905 1066, scrap 11/1913 427
1067 1874 4-6-0
Baldwin 3609 named "Union", nee LV 124,  reb.8/1893   ren./1905 1067, scrap 5/1916 428
1072 1874 4-6-0
LV Hazleton
named "Hollywood", nee LV 200,  reb.9/1887   ren./1905 LV 1072, scr 12/1908 429
1074 1874 4-6-0
LV Hazleton
named "Black Creek", nee LV 188,  reb.11/1888   ren./1905 LV 1074,  sold 4/10 to SI&E 740 430
1088 1874 4-6-0
Baldwin 3600 named "Essex", nee LV 56,   reb.6/1893   ren./1905 1088 431
1044 1875 4-6-0
LV Hazleton
named "Sugar Loaf", nee LV 302,  reb.3/1888   ren./1905 1044, scr 10/1906 432
1057 1875 4-6-0
Baldwin 3799 named "Michigan", nee LV 315,  reb.2/1888   ren./1905 1057, scrap 5/1921 433
1058 1875 4-6-0
Baldwin 3800 named "Wisconsin", nee LV 316,  reb.12/1889   ren./1905 1058, scrap 9/1919 434
1059 1875 4-6-0
Baldwin 3802 named "Minnesota", nee LV 317,  reb.1/1889   ren./1905 1059, scrap 4/1921 435
1060 1875 4-6-0
Baldwin 3803 named "Iowa", nee LV 318,  reb.6/1891   ren./1905 1060, scrap 9/1919 436
1061 1875 4-6-0
Baldwin 3805 named "Missouri", nee LV 319,  reb.1/1889   ren./1905 1061, scrap 9/1919 437
1079 1875 4-6-0
Baldwin 3795 named "Tennessee", nee LV 311,  reb.8/1890   ren./1905 1079, scrap 8/1918 438
1080 1875 4-6-0
Baldwin 3797 named "Indiana", nee LV 313,   reb.9/1887   ren./1905 1080, scrap 7/1918 439
1082 1875 4-6-0
Baldwin 3796 named "Ohio", nee LV 312,  reb.12/1886   ren./1905 1082, scrap 6/1924 440
1088 1875 4-6-0
Baldwin 3798 named "Illinois", nee LV 314,   reb.11/1892   ren./1905 1089, scrap 9/1918 441
1089 1875 4-6-0
Baldwin 3813 named "Arkansas", nee LV 320,  reb.4/1892   ren./1905 1089? or 1090? 442
102 1876 4-6-0
Hazleton
named "Oneida"(2nd),  reb.11/1887  gone by 1905 443
106 1876 4-6-0
Hazleton
named "Champlain"(2nd),  reb.12/1887  gone by 1905 444
161 1876 4-6-0
LV Hazletonn
named "Middlesex",  reb.10/1891 as a 0-6-0   ren./1905 as 0-6-0 3253,  reb./1911 as 0-6-0w, scr 9/1932 445
241 1876 4-6-0
Baldwin 3918 named "Live Oak", deliv.direct to P&NY, never lettered as LV 241  gone by 1905 446
242 1876 4-6-0
Baldwin 3919 named "Hickory", deliv.direct to P&NY, never lettered as LV 242  gone by 1905 447
243 1876 4-6-0
Baldwin 3924 named "Walnut", deliv.direct to P&NY, never lettered as LV 243  gone by 1905 448
244 1876 4-6-0
Baldwin 3925 named "Chestnut", deliv.direct to P&NY, never lettered as LV 244  gone by 1905 449
245 1876 4-6-0
Baldwin 3926 named "Maple", deliv.direct to P&NY, never lettered as LV 245  gone by 1905 450
246 1876 4-6-0
Baldwin 3928 named "Cypress", deliv.direct to P&NY, never lettered as LV 246  gone by 1905 451
247 1876 4-6-0
Baldwin 3927 named "Tamarack", deliv.direct to P&NY, never lettered as LV 247  gone by 1905 452
248 1876 4-6-0
Baldwin 3929 named "Cedar", deliv.direct to P&NY, never lettered as LV 248  gone by 1905 453
249 1876 4-6-0
Baldwin 3930 named "Magnolia", deliv.direct to P&NY, never lettered as LV 249  gone by 1905 454
250 1876 4-6-0
Baldwin 3931 named "Palmetto", deliv.direct to P&NY, never lettered as LV 250  gone by 1905 455
1077 1876 4-6-0
LV Hazleton
named "Empire", nee LV 323,  reb.11/1888   ren./1905 1077, sold ~/1906 to SI&E 560 456
1293 1876 4-6-0
LV Wea
named "Janesville", nee LV 322,  reb.10/1897   ren./1905 1293, sold 2/1910 GC&L 107 457
283 1877 4-6-0
RhIsl 691 named "Loyalsock" ex /1884 State Line & Sullivan 1 gone by 1905 458
284 1879 4-6-0
RhIsl 692 named "North Mountain" ex /1884 State Line & Sullivan 2 gone by 1905 459
345 1880 4-6-0
LV Hazleton
named "Monitor",  reb.8/1892  gone by 1905 460
358 1880 4-6-0
LV Hazleton
named "Cayuga",  reb.5/1889  gone by 1905 461
1029 1880 4-6-0
Baldwin 5145 nee Southern Central #70,  ren./1905 1029, scrap 7/10 462
1091 1880 4-6-0
Baldwin 5255 named "Kansas", nee LV 353,  reb.6/1892   ren./1905 1091, scrap 4/1921 463
1128 1880 4-6-0
Baldwin 5209 named "Nebraska", nee LV 354,  reb.7/1894   ren./1905 1128, scrap 9/1925 464
1129 1880 4-6-0
Baldwin 5215 named "Colorado", nee LV 355,  reb.7/1894   ren./1905 1129, scrap 6/1929 465
1130 1880 4-6-0
Baldwin 5221 named "Arizona", nee LV 356,  reb.3/1895   ren./1905 1130, scrap 6/1929 466
1142 1880 4-6-0
LV Hazleton
named "Mohawk" nee LV 346,  reb.3/1885  ren./1905 1142, scrap 10/1906 467
394 1882 4-6-0
LV Hazleton
named "Wyoming"  gone by 1905 468
397 1882 4-6-0
LV Hazleton
named "Mississippi"  gone by 1905 469
399 1882 4-6-0
LV Hazleton
named "Oregon"  gone by 1905 470
1092 1882 4-6-0
LV Hazleton
named "Delaware", nee LV 393,   reb.3/1892   ren./1905 1092, scr 12/1917 471
1140 1882 4-6-0
LV Hazleton
named "Buck Mountain", nee LV 398,  reb.4/1890   ren./1905 1140, scr 4/1915 472
1146 1882 4-6-0
LV Hazleton
named "Black Diamond" Nee LV 392,   ren./1905 1146,  reb.4/1909 as 4-6-0w 1394 473
1156 1882 4-6-0
LV Hazleton
named "Louisiana, nee LV 275,  reb.1/1891,  ren./1905 1156,  ren./?? 1221, scr 4/1921 474
1157 1882 4-6-0
LV Hazleton
nee LV 276,  reb.6/1890   ren./1905 1157, scrap 10/1906 475
1160 1882 4-6-0
LV Hazleton
nee LV 277,  reb.5/1893   ren./1905 1160,  ren./?? 1222, scr 6/1924 476
281 1883 4-6-0
LV Hazleton
gone by 1905 477
401 1883 4-6-0
Delano
named "Anchor"  gone by 1905 478
402 1883 4-6-0
Delano
named "Progress"  gone by 1905 479
404 1883 4-6-0
Delano
named "Eureka"  gone by 1905 480
1036 1883 4-6-0
Rogers 3287  nee EC&N #11, to LV 911,  ren./1905 (1036??), scrap ~/1911 481
1037 1883 4-6-0
Rogers 3291  nee EC&N #13, to LV 913,  ren./1905 1037, scrap 1/1911 482
1148 1883 4-6-0
LV Hazleton
named "Louisiana", nee LV 396,  ren./1905 1148, scrap 11/1905 483
1161 1883 4-6-0
LV Hazleton
nee LV 278,  reb.6/1891   ren./1905 1161, scrap 10/1906 484
1162 1883 4-6-0
LV Hazleton
nee LV 279,  reb.1/1891,  ren /1905 1162, scrap 3/1916 485
1163 1883 4-6-0
LV Hazleton
nee LV 280,  ren 1905 1163, scrap 10/1912 486
1164 1883 4-6-0
LV Hazleton
nee LV 282,  reb.8/1892   ren./1905 1164,   ren./?? 1225, scr 7/1917 487
1180 1883 4-6-0
LV Hazleton
named "Pocano", nee LV 431,  reb.7/1890   ren./1905 1180, scrap 3/1912 488
2632 1883 4-6-0
LV Wea
named "Idlewood", nee LV 416,   ren./1905 2632, scrap 5/1916 489
287 1884 4-6-0
LV Hazleton
   ren./1905 1166 490
417 1884 4-6-0
LV Wea
named "G.B.Linderman"  gone by 1905 491
912 1884 4-6-0
Cooke 1567 nee EC&N #12, to LV 912,   reb./?? 2-6-0,  ren./1905 to 2-6-0 1714 492
1165 1884 4-6-0
LV Hazleton
nee LV 286, ,  ren./1905 1165,  ren./?? 1224 493
1158 ~1881 4-6-0
LV Hazleton
named "Black Ridge", nee LV 362,   reb.8/1890   ren./1905 1158, scrap 12/1909 494
1166 1884 4-6-0
LV Hazleton
 ex /1905 287 scrap 10/1905 495
1168 1884 4-6-0
Cooke 1602 nee EC&N #15,  ren./1905 1168, scrap 8/1911 496
1169 1884 4-6-0
Cooke 1604 nee EC&N #17, to LV 917,  ren./1905 1169,  reb.~/1913 to 0-6-0 3451 497
405 1885 4-6-0
Delano
named "Kohinoor"  gone by 1905 498
1187 1885 4-6-0
Delano
named "Hazle Creek", nee LV 363,   reb.9/1891   ren./1905 1187, scrap 7/1916 499
1313 1885 4-6-0
LV Hazleton
nee LV 120,  ren./1905 1313, scrap 4/1905 500
1152 1886 4-6-0
LV Hazleton
 ex /1905 105 scrap 5/1913 501
1170 1886 4-6-0
Cooke 1710 nee EC&N #19, to LV 919,  ren./1905 1170 502
438 1887 4-6-0
LV Hazleton
named "Tomhicken"  gone by 1905 503
439 1887 4-6-0
LV Hazleton
named "New Boston"  gone by 1905 504
1175 1887 4-6-0
Delano
named "Park Place", nee LV 408,  ren./1905 1175, scrap 10/1905 505
442 1888 4-6-0
LV Hazleton
named "Drifton"  gone by 1905 506
1176 1888 4-6-0
Delano
named "Lofty", nee LV 409,  ren./1905 1176, scrap 10/1912 507
1177 1888 4-6-0
Delano
named "Highland", nee LV 410,   ren./1905 1177, scrap 3/1912 508
1181 1888 4-6-0
Baldwin 8944 named "Maine", nee LV 466,   ren./1905 1181, scrap 519/1913 509
1182 1888 4-6-0
Baldwin 8945 named "New Hampshire", nee LV 467,   ren./1905 1182, scrap 5/1913 510
1183 1888 4-6-0
Baldwin 8946 named "Vermont" nee LV 468,  ren./1905 1183, scrap 9/1915 511
1184 1888 4-6-0
Baldwin 8949 named "Massachusetts", nee LV 469,   ren./1905 1184, scrap 11/1913 512
1185 1888 4-6-0
Baldwin 8952 named "Rhode Island", nee LV 470,   ren./1905 1185, scrap 7/1909 513
1300 1888 4-6-0
LV Hazleton
named "Sandy Run", nee LV 441,  ren./1905 1300, scrap 4/1905 514
1301 1888 4-6-0
LV Hazleton
nee LV 543,  ren/1905 1301, scrap 10/1923 515
1314 1888 4-6-0w
LV Hazleton
nee LV 182,  ren./1905 LV 1314 scrap 4/1917 516
483 1889 4-6-0
Baldwin 9753 named "Communpaw",  reb./1904   ren./1905 1118 517
484 1889 4-6-0
Baldwin 9761 named "Newark",  reb./1904   ren./1905 1119 518
485 1889 4-6-0
Baldwin 9762 named "Jersey City",  reb./1904   ren./1905 1120 519
1116 1889 4-6-0
Baldwin 9741 named "South Plainfield", nee LV 481,  reb./1904   ren./1905 1116, scrap 6/1929 520
1117 1889 4-6-0
Baldwin 9748 named "Roselle", nee LV 481,  reb./1904   ren./1905 1117, scrap 8/1919 521
1118 1889 4-6-0w
Baldwin 9753  ex /1905 483 scrap 4/1921 522
1119 1889 4-6-0w
Baldwin 9761  ex /1905 484 scrap 10/1928 523
1120 1889 4-6-0w
Baldwin 9762  ex /1905 485 scrap 6/1923 524
2659 1889 4-6-0
Delano
named "W.A.Lathrop", nee LV 443,  ren./1905 2659, scrap 9/1916 525
1302 1890 4-6-0
LV Hazleton
nee LV 544,   ren/1905 1302, scrap 11/1923 526
1303 1890 4-6-0
LV Hazleton
nee LV 545,   ren/1905 1303, scrap 10/1905 527
1086 1882? 4-6-0
LV Hazleton
named "California", nee LV 546,  reb.5/1892   ren./1905 1086, scrap 11/1913 528
1304 1890 4-6-0
LV Hazleton
nee LV 547,   ren/1905 1304,, scrap 12/1912 529
1305 1890 4-6-0w
LV Hazleton
nee LV 556,  ren./1905 1305,  reb./1906 1389,   ren./1906 1389 530
1306 1890 4-6-0w
LV Hazleton
nee LV 557,  ren./1905 1306,  reb./1906 1390,   ren./1906 1390 531
1307 1890 4-6-0w
LV Hazleton
nee LV 558,  ren./1905 1307, maybe  reb.S.Easton 12/1907 to LV 1404, or scrap /1905 532
1033 00 4-6-0
00
nee LV 560,  ren/1905 560, scrap 11/1906 533
1034 00 4-6-0
00
nee LV 561,  ren/1905 1034, prob. reb.as 1042, scrap 8/1919 534
1047 00 4-6-0
00
 reb.8/1884 S.Easton shop ex /1905 ?? scrap 11/1907 535
1389 1890 4-6-0w
LV Hazleton
 ex /1906 1305 scrap 1/1930 536
1390 1890 4-6-0w
LV Hazleton
 ex /1906 1306 scrap 2/1930 537
1011 1891 4-6-0
Baldwin 12307 nee LV 592 ,  ren/1905 1011, scrap  1019/1916 538
1094 1891 4-6-0w
Baldwin 12289 nee LV 588 ,  ren/1905 1094, scrap  10/1923 539
1095 1891 4-6-0w
Baldwin 12290 nee LV 589 ,  ren/1905 1095, scrap  3/1928 540
1096 1891 4-6-0w
Baldwin 12295 nee LV 590 ,  ren/1905 1096, scrap  6/1920 541
1097 1891 4-6-0w
Baldwin 12299 nee LV 591 ,  ren/1905 1097, scrap  6/1923 542
1098 1891 4-6-0w
Baldwin 12292 nee LV 598,  ren/1905 1095, disp.unk. 543
1099 1891 4-6-0w
Baldwin 12296 nee LV 599 ,  ren/1905 1099, scrap  5/1918 544
1100 1891 4-6-0w
Baldwin 12300 nee LV 600 ,  ren/1905 1100, scrap  9/1918 545
1101 1891 4-6-0w
Baldwin 12303 nee LV 601 ,  ren/1905 1101, scrap  6/1923 546
1102 1891 4-6-0w
Baldwin 12304 nee LV 602 ,  ren/1905 1102, scrap  11/1923 547
1308 1891 4-6-0
LV Hazleton
nee LV 578,  ren./1905 1308,  reb.~/1908 1398,   ren.~/1908 1398 548
1309 1891 4-6-0
LV Hazleton
nee LV 279,  ren./1905 1309,  reb./1909 1395,   ren./1909 1395 549
1371 1891 4-6-0w
LV Hazleton
nee LV 559,  ren./1905 1371 scrap, 3/1928 550
1084 1892 4-6-0
LV Sayre
nee LV 646,  ren /1905 646 scrap 7/1911 551
1085 1892 4-6-0
LV Sayre
nee LV 649, prob  reb.to 1040,  ren./?? 1040, scrap 6/1923 552
1103 1892 4-6-0w
Baldwin 12591 nee LV 618,  ren/1905 1103, disp.unk. 553
1104 1892 4-6-0w
Baldwin 12589 nee LV 619 ,  ren/1905 1104, scrap  4/1917 554
1105 1892 4-6-0w
Baldwin 12598 nee LV 620 ,  ren/1905 1105, scrap  7/1918 555
1106 1892 4-6-0w
Baldwin 12595 nee LV 621 ,  ren/1905 1106, scrap  1/1917 556
1107 1892 4-6-0w
Baldwin 12600 nee LV 622 ,  ren/1905 1107, scrap  6/1923 557
1108 1892 4-6-0w
Baldwin 12609 nee LV 638 ,  ren/1905 1108, scrap  4/1921 558
1109 1892 4-6-0w
Baldwin 12613 nee LV 639 ,  ren/1905 1109, scrap  6/1923 559
1110 1892 4-6-0w
Baldwin 12618 nee LV 640 ,  ren/1905 1110, scrap  12/1917 560
1111 1892 4-6-0w
Baldwin 12620 nee LV 641 ,  ren/1905 1111, scrap  12/1917 561
1112 1892 4-6-0w
Baldwin 12627 nee LV 642 ,  ren/1905 1112, scrap  1/1930 562
1125 1892 4-6-0
Alco 3706 nee Cent.Vt.119, to LV 707,   ren./1905 1125, scrap 9/1918 563
1125 1892 4-6-0
Alco 3707 nee Cent.Vt.118, to LV 706,   ren./1905 1124, scrap 9/1923 564
1500 1892 4-6-0
LV Hazleton
nee LV 580,  ren./1905 1500, scrap /1913 565
1501 1892 4-6-0
LV Hazleton
nee LV 650,  ren/1905 1501, scrap 1/1930 566
1144 1893 4-6-0
LV Hazleton
nee LV 653,  ren/1905 653, scrap 8/1913 567
1189 1895 4-6-0w
Baldwin 14261 nee LV 713 ,  ren/1905 1189, scrap  6/1929 568
1190 1895 4-6-0w
Baldwin 14263 nee LV 715,   ren./1905 1190,  reb.3/1906,  ren3/1906 to 1382, scrap 9/1925 569
1191 1895 4-6-0w
Baldwin 14355 nee LV 718,  ren./1905 1191,  reb5/1905,  ren 3/1906 to 1372, scrap 1/1930 570
1192 1895 4-6-0w
Baldwin 14357 nee LV 720,  ren./1905 1192,  reb 9/1905,  ren 9/1905 to 1375, scrap 1/1917 571
1193 1895 4-6-0w
Baldwin 14365 nee LV 724,  ren 1905 1193,  reb.10/1906 1387,  ren.10/1906 1387, scrap 3/1928 572
1194 1895 4-6-0w
Baldwin 14422 nee LV 729,   ren./1905 1194,  reb.10/1906 , ren.10/1906 1387 573
1195 1895 4-6-0w
Baldwin 14423 nee LV 730,  ren 1905 1195,  reb.1/1907,  ren.1/1907 1391, scrap 6/1924 574
1196 1895 4-6-0w
Baldwin 14424 nee LV 732,  ren./1905 1196,   reb.2/1907,  ren.2/1907 1388, scrap 3/1928 575
1197 1895 4-6-0w
Baldwin 14557 nee LV 733,  ren./1905 1197,  reb.8/1905,  ren.8/1905 1376, scrap 1/1920 576
1198 1895 4-6-0w
Baldwin 14558 nee LV 734,   ren./1905 1198,  reb./1906,  ren./1906 1383, scrap 2/1930 577
1199 1895 4-6-0w
Baldwin 14560 nee LV 736,  ren./1905 1199,  reb.5/1907,  ren.5/1907 1392, scrap  6/1917 578
1200 1895 4-6-0w
Baldwin 14561 nee LV 737,  ren./1905 1200,  reb.1/1906,  ren.1/1906 1380, scrap  2/1930 579
1201 1895 4-6-0w
Baldwin 14566 nee LV 741,  ren./1905 1201,  reb.2/1906,  ren.2/1906 1381, scrap  2/1917 580
1202 1895 4-6-0w
Baldwin 14567 nee LV 742,  ren./1905 1202,  reb./1906,  ren./1906 1385, scrap  6/1923 581
1203 1895 4-6-0w
Baldwin 14569 nee LV 744,   ren./1905 1203,  reb.8/1907,  ren.8/1907 1393, scrap  2/1930 582
1204 1895 4-6-0w
Baldwin 14571 nee LV 746 ,  ren/1905 1204, scrap  2/1922 583
1205 1895 4-6-0w
Baldwin 14572 nee LV 747,   ren./1905 1205,  reb./1907,  ren./1907 1378, scrap  1/1930 584
1206 1895 4-6-0w
Baldwin 14573 nee LV 748 ,  ren/1905 1206, scrap  2/1922 585
1207 1895 4-6-0w
Baldwin 14577 nee LV 752,  ren./1905 1207,  reb.10/1908,  ren.10/1908, scrap  4/1929 586
1220 1895 4-6-0w
Baldwin 14575 nee LV 750,  ren./1905 1220,  reb./1907,  ren./1907 1386, scrap  10/1928 587
1235 1895 4-6-0w
Baldwin 14257 nee LV 709 ,  ren/1905 1235, scrap  3/1928 588
1350 1895 4-6-0w
Baldwin 14262 nee LV 714 ,  ren/1905 1350, scrap  9/1925 589
1351 1895 4-6-0w
Baldwin 14264 nee LV 716,  ren./1905 1351, scrap 9/1925 590
1352 1895 4-6-0w
Baldwin 14265 nee LV 717 ,  ren/1905 1352, scrap  1/1930 591
1353 1895 4-6-0w
Baldwin 14356 nee LV 719 ,  ren/1905, scrap  1/1930 592
1354 1895 4-6-0w
Baldwin 14358 nee LV 721 ,  ren/1905 1354, scrap  11/1923 593
1355 1895 4-6-0w
Baldwin 14359 nee LV 722 ,  ren/1905 1355, scrap  5/1928 594
1356 1895 4-6-0w
Baldwin 14364 nee LV 723 ,  ren/1905 1356, scrap  1/1930 595
1357 1895 4-6-0w
Baldwin 14366 nee LV 725 ,  ren/1905 1357, scrap  7/1923 596
1358 1895 4-6-0w
Baldwin 14367 nee LV 726 ,  ren/1905 1358, scrap  3/1928 597
1359 1895 4-6-0w
Baldwin 14368 nee LV 727 ,  ren/1905 1359, scrap  2/1930 598
1360 1895 4-6-0w
Baldwin 14421 nee LV 728 ,  ren/1905 1360, scrap  9/1925 599
1361 1895 4-6-0w
Baldwin 14425 nee LV 732 ,  ren/1905 1361, scrap  4/1929 600
1362 1895 4-6-0w
Baldwin 14559 nee LV 735 ,  ren/1905 1362,, scrap  12/1926 601
1363 1895 4-6-0w
Baldwin 14563 nee LV 738 ,  ren/1905 1363, scrap  10/1928 602
1364 1895 4-6-0w
Baldwin 14564 nee LV 739 ,  ren/1905 1364, scrap  6/1924 603
1365 1895 4-6-0w
Baldwin 14565 nee LV 740 ,  ren/1905 1365, scrap  5/1922 604
1366 1895 4-6-0w
Baldwin 14568 nee LV 743 ,  ren/1905 1366, scrap  6/1926 605
1367 1895 4-6-0w
Baldwin 14574 nee LV 749 ,  ren/1905 1367, scrap  6/1922 606
1368 1895 4-6-0w
Baldwin 14576 nee LV 751 ,  ren/1905 1368, scrap  3/1929 607
1410 1895 4-6-0w
Baldwin 14570 nee LV 745 ,  ren/1905 1410, scrap  6/1922 608
1430 1895 4-6-0w
Baldwin 14258 nee LV 710 ,  ren/1905 1430, scrap  12/1926 609
1431 1895 4-6-0w
Baldwin 14260 nee LV 712 ,  ren/1905 1431, scrap  3/1922 610
1450 1895 4-6-0w
Baldwin 14256 nee LV 708 ,  ren/1905 1450, scrap  11/1922 611
1451 1895 4-6-0w
Baldwin 14259 nee LV 711 ,  ren/1905 1451, scrap  11/1922 612
1208 1896 4-6-0w
Baldwin 14931 nee LV 758,  ren./1905 1208,  reb.5/1906,  ren.5/1906 1384, scrap  1/1930 613
1209 1896 4-6-0w
Baldwin 14932 nee LV 759,  ren 1905 1209,  reb 7/1907,  ren 7/1907 1397, scrap  /1925 614
1210 1896 4-6-0w
Baldwin 14933 nee LV 760,  ren 1905 1210,  reb1905,  ren 1905 1373, scrap  2/1930 615
1211 1896 4-6-0w
Baldwin 14934 nee LV 761,  ren 1905 1211,  reb1905.  ren 1905 1374, scrap  5/1929 616
1212 1896 4-6-0w
Baldwin 14935 nee LV 762 ,  ren/1905 1212, scrap  12/1926 617
1214 1896 4-6-0w
Baldwin 14946 nee LV 765 ,  ren/1905 1214, scrap  3/1922 618
1215 1896 4-6-0w
Baldwin 14948 nee LV 767 ,  ren/1905 1215, scrap  2/1922 619
1216 1896 4-6-0w
Baldwin 14949 nee LV 768 ,  ren/1905 1216, scrap  11/1922 620
1217 1896 4-6-0w
Baldwin 14951 nee LV 770,  ren 1905 1217,  reb1907,  ren 1907 1379, scrap  10/1928 621
1218 1896 4-6-0w
Baldwin 14952 nee LV 771 ,  ren/1905 1218, scrap  6/1922 622
1219 1896 4-6-0w
Baldwin 14953 nee LV 772 ,  ren/1905 1219, scrap  5/1929 623
1236 1896 4-6-0w
Baldwin 14924 nee LV 756 ,  ren/1905 1236, scrap  9/1925 624
1369 1896 4-6-0w
Baldwin 14950 nee LV 769 ,  ren/1905 1369, scrap  6/1924 625
1377 1896 4-6-0w
Baldwin 14936 nee LV 764,  ren 1905 1213,  reb11/1905,  ren 11/1905 1377, scrap  3/1929 626
1411 1896 4-6-0w
Baldwin 14937 nee LV 764 ,  ren/1905 1411, scrap  11/1917 627
1412 1896 4-6-0w
Baldwin 14947 nee LV 766 ,  ren/1905 1412, scrap  9/1918 628
1432 1896 4-6-0w
Baldwin 14921 nee LV 753 ,  ren/1905 1432, scrap  8/1916 629
1433 1896 4-6-0w
Baldwin 14922 nee LV 754 ,  ren/1905 1433, scrap  8/1916 630
1434 1896 4-6-0w
Baldwin 14925 nee LV 757 ,  ren/1905 1434, scrap  2/1930 631
1460 1896 4-6-0w
Baldwin 14923 nee LV 755  ren./1905 1460,  ren 1905 1370 632
1248 1898 4-6-0w
Baldwin 16035 nee LV 776,  ren 1905 1248,  reb.11/1905,  ren 11/1905 1461, scrap 11/1917 633
1249 1898 4-6-0w
Baldwin 16039 nee LV 780 ,  ren/1905 1249, scrap  3/1929 634
1452 1898 4-6-0w
Baldwin 16032 nee LV 773 ,  ren/1905 1452, scrap  2/1930 635
1453 1898 4-6-0w
Baldwin 16033 nee LV 774 ,  ren/1905 1453, scrap  10/1928 636
1454 1898 4-6-0w
Baldwin 16036 nee LV 777 ,  ren/1905 1454, scrap  11/1922 637
1455 1898 4-6-0w
Baldwin 16037 nee LV 778 ,  ren/1905 1455, scrap  11/1922 638
1456 1898 4-6-0w
Baldwin 16038 nee LV 779 ,  ren/1905 1456, scrap  10/1928 639
1457 1898 4-6-0w
Baldwin 16040 nee LV 781 ,  ren/1905 1457, scrap  10/1917 640
1458 1898 4-6-0w
Baldwin 16041 nee LV 782 ,  ren/1905 1458, scrap  10/1917 641
1459 1898 4-6-0w
Baldwin 16034 nee LV 775 ,  ren/1905 1459, scrap  6/1924 642
1550 1900 4-6-0w
Baldwin 18849 nee LV 783 ,  ren,01 801,  ren/1905 1550, scrap  11/1922 643
1551 1900 4-6-0w
Baldwin 18850 nee LV 784,  ren 1901 802,  ren 1905 1551,  ,  ren/1905, scrap  2/1929 644
1552 1900 4-6-0w
Baldwin 18851 nee LV 785 ,  ren 1901 803,  ren/1905 1552,, scrap  10/1928 645
1553 1900 4-6-0w
Baldwin 18885 nee LV 786 ,  ren 1901 804  ren/1905 1553, scrap  11/1922 646
1554 1900 4-6-0w
Baldwin 18886 nee LV 787,  ren 1901 805,  ren/1905 1554, scrap  6/1924 647
1555 1901 4-6-0w
Baldwin 19348  ex /1904 788 ,  ren/1905 1555, scrap  2/1929 648
1556 1901 4-6-0w
Baldwin 19349 nee LV 789 ,  ren/1905 1556, scrap  6/1924 649
1600 1904 4-6-0w
Baldwin 24555 nee LV 1001 ,  ren/1905 1600, scrap  1/1933 650
1601 1904 4-6-0w
Baldwin 24556 nee LV 1002 ,  ren/1905 1601, scrap  12/1931 651
1602 1904 4-6-0w
Baldwin 24570 nee LV 1003 ,  ren/1905 1602, scrap  5/1936 652
1603 1904 4-6-0w
Baldwin 24571 nee LV 1004 ,  ren/1905 1603, scrap  5/1922 653
1604 1904 4-6-0w
Baldwin 24572 nee LV 1005 ,  ren/1905 1604, scrap  12/1931 654
1605 1904 4-6-0w
Baldwin 24573 nee LV 1006 ,  ren/1905, scrap  8/1940 655
1606 1904 4-6-0w
Baldwin 24584 nee LV 1007 ,  ren/1905 1606, scrap  3/1933 656
1607 1904 4-6-0w
Baldwin 24585 nee LV 1008 ,  ren/1905 1607, scrap  6/1929 657
1608 1904 4-6-0w
Baldwin 24598 nee LV 1009 ,  ren/1905 1608, scrap  3/1933 658
1609 1904 4-6-0w
Baldwin 24599 nee LV 1010 ,  ren/1905 1609, scrap  10/1932 659
1610 1904 4-6-0w
Baldwin 24600 nee LV 1011 ,  ren/1905 1610, scrap  12/1931 660
1611 1904 4-6-0w
Baldwin 24604 nee LV 1012 ,  ren/1905 1611, scrap  3/1929 661
1612 1904 4-6-0w
Baldwin 24605 nee LV 1013 ,  ren/1905 1612, scrap  10/1928 662
1613 1904 4-6-0w
Baldwin 24606 nee LV 1014 ,  ren/1905 1613, scrap  10/1928 663
1614 1904 4-6-0w
Baldwin 24615 nee LV 1015 ,  ren/1905 1614, scrap  5/1929 664
1615 1904 4-6-0w
Baldwin 24616 nee LV 1016 ,  ren/1905 1615, scrap  5/1933 665
1616 1904 4-6-0w
Baldwin 24632 nee LV 1017 ,  ren/1905 1616, scrap  10/1928 666
1617 1904 4-6-0w
Baldwin 24633 nee LV 1018 ,  ren/1905 1617, scrap  6/1926 667
1618 1904 4-6-0w
Baldwin 24645 nee LV 1019 ,  ren/1905 1618, scrap  10/1932 668
1619 1904 4-6-0w
Baldwin 24646 nee LV 1020,  ren 1905 1618,  scrap 10/1932 669
1620 1905 4-6-0w
Alco 37828  ex /1905 1020 scrap 2/1930 670
1621 1905 4-6-0w
Alco 37829   scrap 6/1922 671
1622 1905 4-6-0w
Alco 37830   scrap 5/1929 672
1623 1905 4-6-0w
Alco 37831   scrap 4/48 673
1624 1905 4-6-0w
Alco 37832   scrap 2/1930 674
1625 1905 4-6-0w
Alco 37833   scrap 3/1928 675
1626 1905 4-6-0w
Alco 37834   scrap 2/1917 676
1627 1905 4-6-0w
Alco 37835   scrap 2/1933 677
1628 1905 4-6-0w
Alco 37836   scrap 2/1917 678
1629 1905 4-6-0w
Alco 37837   scrap 12/1926 679
1630 1906 4-6-0w
Alco 39876   scrap /1925 680
1631 1906 4-6-0w
Alco 39877   scrap 1/1932 681
1632 1906 4-6-0w
Alco 39878   scrap 6/1932 682
1633 1906 4-6-0w
Alco 39879   scrap 12/1924 683
1634 1906 4-6-0w
Alco 39880   scrap 10/1932 684
1635 1906 4-6-0w
Alco 39881   scrap 11/1928 685
1636 1906 4-6-0w
Alco 39882   scrap 3/1917 686
1637 1906 4-6-0w
Alco 39883   scrap 6/1932 687
1638 1906 4-6-0w
Alco 39884   scrap 5/1932 688
1639 1906 4-6-0w
Alco 39885   scrap 12/1936 689
1640 1906 4-6-0w
Alco 39886   scrap 11/1928 690
1641 1906 4-6-0w
Alco 39887   wreck 2/1912    (LV's 1,000th locomotive!)
691
1642 1906 4-6-0w
Alco 39888   scrap 1/1930 692
1643 1906 4-6-0w
Alco 39889   scrap 1/1930 693
1644 1906 4-6-0w
Alco 39890   scrap 8/1932 694
1645 1906 4-6-0w
Alco 39891   scrap 12/1924 695
1646 1906 4-6-0w
Alco 39892   scrap 12/1924 696
1647 1906 4-6-0w
Alco 39893   scrap 6/1929 697
1648 1906 4-6-0w
Alco 39894   scrap 11/1928 698
1649 1906 4-6-0w
Alco 39895   scrap 5/1922 699
1650 1906 4-6-0w
Baldwin 27860   scrap 2/1930 700
1651 1906 4-6-0w
Baldwin 27861   scrap 3/1930 701
1652 1906 4-6-0w
Baldwin 27862   scrap 5/1932 702
1653 1906 4-6-0w
Baldwin 27883   scrap 4/1932 703
1654 1906 4-6-0w
Baldwin 27891   scrap 12/1931 704
1655 1907 4-6-0w
Alco 42632   scrap 12/1932 705
1656 1907 4-6-0w
Alco 42633   scrap 3/1929 706
1657 1907 4-6-0w
Alco 42634   scrap 3/1929 707
1658 1907 4-6-0w
Alco 42635   scrap 1/1933 708
1659 1907 4-6-0w
Alco 42636   scrap 10/1928 709
1660 1907 4-6-0w
Alco 42637   scrap 3/1928 710
1661 1907 4-6-0w
Alco 42638   scrap 1/1934 711
1662 1907 4-6-0w
Alco 42639   scrap 11/1932 712
1663 1907 4-6-0w
Alco 42640   scrap 12/1932 713
1664 1907 4-6-0w
Alco 42641   scrap 2/1930 714
1665 1907 4-6-0w
Alco 43919   scrap 2/1933 715
1666 1907 4-6-0w
Alco 43920   scrap 3/1917 716
1667 1907 4-6-0w
Alco 43921   scrap 10/1932 717
1668 1907 4-6-0w
Alco 43922   scrap 3/1928 718
1669 1907 4-6-0w
Alco 43923   scrap 3/1929 719
1670 1907 4-6-0w
Alco 43924   scrap 11/1932 720
1671 1907 4-6-0w
Alco 43925   scrap 5/1936 721
1672 1907 4-6-0w
Alco 43926   scrap 2/1933 722
1673 1907 4-6-0w
Alco 43927   scrap 12/1932 723
1674 1907 4-6-0w
Alco 43928   scrap 2/1930 724
1675 1907 4-6-0w
Alco 43929   scrap 2/1930 725
1676 1907 4-6-0w
Alco 43930   scrap 2/1934 726
1677 1907 4-6-0w
Alco 43931   scrap 12/1932 727
1678 1907 4-6-0w
Alco 43932   scrap 2/1930 728
1679 1907 4-6-0w
Alco 43933   scrap 6/1929 729
1680 1908 4-6-0w
Baldwin 32525   scrap 2/1930 730
1681 1908 4-6-0w
Baldwin 32517   scrap 2/1934 731
1682 1908 4-6-0w
Baldwin 32518   scrap 8/1936 732
1683 1908 4-6-0w
Baldwin 32530   scrap 2/1933 733
1684 1908 4-6-0w
Baldwin 32531   scrap 2/1929 734
1685 1908 4-6-0w
Baldwin 32532   scrap 6/1929 735
1686 1908 4-6-0w
Baldwin 32533   scrap 6/1929 736
1687 1908 4-6-0w
Baldwin 32572   scrap 6/1929 737
1688 1908 4-6-0w
Baldwin 32573   scrap 1/1933 738
1689 1908 4-6-0w
Baldwin 32585   scrap 1/1917 739
1690 1908 4-6-0w
Baldwin 32586   scrap 3/1934 740
1691 1908 4-6-0w
Baldwin 32595   scrap 12/1931 741
1692 1908 4-6-0w
Baldwin 32605   scrap 9/1925 742
1693 1908 4-6-0w
Baldwin 32606   scrap 9/1925 743
1694 1908 4-6-0w
Baldwin 32652   scrap 11/1928 744
1590 1910 4-6-0w
Baldwin 34518   scrap 1/1930 745
1591 1910 4-6-0w
Baldwin 34519   scrap 6/1929 746
1592 1910 4-6-0w
Baldwin 34544   scrap 5/1932 747
1593 1910 4-6-0w
Baldwin 34545   scrap 1/1930 748
1594 1910 4-6-0w
Baldwin 34582   scrap 2/1933 749
1595 1910 4-6-0w
Baldwin 34596   scrap 1/1930 750
1596 1910 4-6-0w
Baldwin 34603   scrap 2/1930 751
1597 1910 4-6-0w
Baldwin 34604   scrap 3/1930 752
1598 1910 4-6-0w
Baldwin 34721   scrap 3/1929 753
1599 1910 4-6-0w
Baldwin 34730   scrap 10/1928 754
1800 1911 4-6-0
LV Sayre
  scrap 6/1936 755
1801 1911 4-6-0
LV Sayre
  scrap 5/1936 756
1802 1911 4-6-0
LV Sayre
  scrap 5/1936 757
1803 1911 4-6-0
LV Sayre
  scrap 1/1930 758
1804 1911 4-6-0
LV Sayre
  scrap 5/1936 759
1805 1911 4-6-0
LV Sayre
  scrap 1/49 760
1806 1911 4-6-0
LV Sayre
  scrap 12/1932 761
1807 1911 4-6-0
LV Sayre
  scrap 3/1928 762
1808 1911 4-6-0
LV Sayre
  scrap 4/1939 763
1809 1911 4-6-0
LV Sayre
  scrap 4/1939 764
1810 1911 4-6-0
LV Sayre
  scrap 2/1932 765
1811 1911 4-6-0
LV Sayre
  scrap /1938 766
1812 1911 4-6-0
LV Sayre
  scrap 8/1945 767
1813 1911 4-6-0
LV Sayre
  scrap 7/1936 768
1814 1911 4-6-0
LV Sayre
  scrap 7/1936 769
1815 1912 4-6-0
LV Sayre
  scrap 1/1933 770
1816 1912 4-6-0
LV Sayre
  scrap 11/1928 771
1817 1912 4-6-0
LV Sayre
  scrap 1/1932 772
1818 1912 4-6-0
LV Sayre
  scrap 3/1930 773
1819 1912 4-6-0
LV Sayre
  scrap 2/1949 774
1820 1912 4-6-0
LV Sayre
  scrap 1/1947 775
1131 1917 4-6-0 J-25 LV Sayre
  scrap 9/1946 776
1132 1917 4-6-0 J-25 LV Sayre
  scrap 9/1951 777
1133 1917 4-6-0 J-25 LV Sayre
  scrap 1/1951 778
1134 1917 4-6-0 J-25 LV Sayre
  scrap 7/1949 779
1135 1917 4-6-0 J-25 LV Sayre
  scrap 6/1947 780
1136 1917 4-6-0 J-25 LV Sayre
  scrap 12/1950 781
1137 1917 4-6-0 J-25 LV Sayre
  scrap 6/1949 782
1138 1917 4-6-0 J-25 LV Sayre
  scrap /1940 783
1139 1917 4-6-0 J-25 LV Sayre
  scrap /1940 784
1140 1917 4-6-0 J-25 LV Sayre
  scrap 12/1950 785
1141 1917 4-6-0 J-25 LV Sayre
  scrap /1940 786
1142 1917 4-6-0 J-25 LV Sayre
  scrap 8/1945 787
1143 1917 4-6-0 J-25 LV Sayre
  scrap 8/1940 788
1144 1917 4-6-0 J-25 LV Sayre
  scrap 8/1945 789
1145 1917 4-6-0 J-25 LV Sayre
  scrap /1940 790
1146 1917 4-6-0 J-25 LV Sayre
  scrap 1/1951 791
1147 1917 4-6-0 J-25 LV Sayre
  scrap /1940 792
1148 1917 4-6-0 J-25 LV Sayre
  scrap 9/1951 793
1149 1917 4-6-0 J-25 LV Sayre
  scrap /1940 794
1150 1917 4-6-0 J-25 LV Sayre
  scrap 3/1949 795
1151 1917 4-6-0 J-25 LV Sayre
  scrap 8/1946 796
1152 1917 4-6-0 J-25 LV Sayre
  scrap 7/1950 797
1153 1918 4-6-0 J-25 LV Sayre
  scrap 8/1946 798
1154 1918 4-6-0 J-25 LV Sayre
  scrap 9/1946 799
1155 1918 4-6-0 J-25 LV Sayre
  scrap 5/1950 800
1156 1918 4-6-0 J-25 LV Sayre
  scrap 12/1945 801
1157 1918 4-6-0 J-25 LV Sayre
  scrap 7/1946 802
1158 1918 4-6-0 J-25 LV Sayre
  scrap 8/1945 803
1159 1918 4-6-0 J-25 LV Sayre
  scrap 3/1946 804
1160 1918 4-6-0 J-25 LV Sayre
  scrap 12/48 805
1161 1918 4-6-0 J-25 LV Sayre
  scrap 8/1946 806
1162 1918 4-6-0 J-25 LV Sayre
  scrap 3/1949 807
1163 1918 4-6-0 J-25 LV Sayre
  scrap 12/1945 808
1164 1918 4-6-0 J-25 LV Sayre
  scrap 8/1946 809
1165 1918 4-6-0 J-25 LV Sayre
  scrap 8/1947 810






0-4-0 Switcher
       Built 1857 - 1906
Rostered 1857 - 1939


Bud Laws collection, from North East Rails -
used with permission, thanks!


0-4-0 Switchers were very uncommon on the LV. The LV, being primarily in the business of hauling heavy loads of coal, had little use for such small switchers. Only two were ever on the roster, the least common of the "regular" wheel arrangements.

No. 3500 was known to have been used at the LV's Bronx Terminal.

Road
No.
Year
blt.
Type Class Builder b/n Notes
6 (1st) 1857
0-4-0

Cooke
131
named "Vulcan" then "Alps"
811
3500
1906
0-4-0T
B-1
Brooks
40785
scrapped 8/1939
812





0-6-0 Switcher
       Built 1859 - 1914
Rostered 1859 - 1951


                 
LV 22 - LV's first 0-6-0 - built by Mason - 1859           Photographer unknown.



LV No. 432 - "Potter" - built 1884 - LV Hazleton shops
Photographer unknown.



 
LV No. 3359 - built 1892 - Baldwin
Photographer unknown.



LV No. 3253 - built 1876 - LV Hazleton shops.
  rebuilt 1911 at Sayre.
Photographer unknown.


LV No. 3438 - built 1913 - LV Sayre Shops.
Photographer unknown.
                                                                                

0-6-0 Switchers were the smallest switchers in common use on the LV. One hundred eleven 0-6-0's existed, built new as 0-6-0's, plus three 4-6-0's rebuilt into 0-6-0's.2  Making 114 total 0-6-0's on the LV roster, slightly less than the 143 0-8-0's.


Scroll for the entire 0-6-0 Roster:
Road
No.
Year
blt.
Type Class Builder b/n Notes
3250 1859 0-6-0
Mason 87 nee LV 22,  ren 1905 3250, scrap 3/1913 813
109 1861 0-6-0
LV Hazleton
scrap by /1905 814
108 1861 0-6-0
LV Hazleton
scrap by /1891 815
110 1862 0-6-0
LV Hazleton
scrap by /1883 816
111 1862 0-6-0
LV Hazleton
scrap by /1883 817
3251 1862 0-6-0
Mason 110 nee LV 27,  ren 1905 3251, scrap 6/1914 818
3220 1863 0-6-0
LV Hazleton
nee LV 112,  ren /1905 3220, scrap 12/1911 819
115 1864 0-6-0t
LV Hazleton
scrap by /1905 820
116 1864 0-6-0t
LV Hazleton
scrap by /1905 821
60 1866 0-6-0
McKay (33) gone by 1905 822
59 1866 0-6-0
McKay (32) gone by 1905 823
3236 1867 0-6-0
LV Hazleton
nee LV 121,  ren./1905 3236, sold /1906 SI&E 490 824
90 1868 0-6-0
LV Hazleton
 ren./1872 221 825
91 1868 0-6-0
LV Hazleton
gone by 1905 826
221 1868 0-6-0
LV Hazleton
ex /1872 90, sold /1872 Pa.& NY 221, gone by 1905 827
30 1868 0-6-0
Dickson 17 ex /?? Parish & Thomas 1, gone by /1890 828
3232 1869 0-6-0
LV Hazleton