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Locomotive Roster

This is a partial roster and remains a work in progress.

NumberDateTypePurchaserNotes
814119020-4-0TStratton Brick Co. (Macon, Georgia)Macon, Georgia-based company.
1620119114-6-0Graves Lumber CompanyAt a cost of $11,500, this was the largest Glover locomotive built
12162119142-6-0Pawnee Land & Lumber Co."The Little Melvin"
8142119172-6-0Coulbourn Bros.Coulbourn Bros. purchased the locomotive for use in logging operations. In September 1923, the locomotive returned to Glover for resale. It is on display in Marietta, Ga.
814619170-4-0Alabama & Virginia Mining Co."The Douglass"
58119170-4-0U.S. Navy (San Diego, California)24-inch gauge
58219170-4-0U.S. Navy (San Diego, California)24-inch gauge
13181819232-6-2Cliffside RailroadThe company built only one passenger locomotive. No. 131818, a 2-6-2 steamer, was built in 1923 for the Cliffside Railroad.
19232-6-2Stover Lumber Company (Mobile, Alabama)The Ralph Lumber Company in Bolling, Alabama, later operated the locomotive.
1016819252-6-0H.J. McNeill LoggingPurchased in 2020 by the Kirby Family Farm in Florida. Displayed August 1, 2020, at the Southern Museum in Kennesaw, Georgia.
712819260-4-0Splint Jellico Coal Co.Engine No. 7128 was shipped to Splint Jellico Coal Co. on June 30, 1926. In December 1927, the locomotive was repossessed and returned to Marietta where it sat for 70 years. The steamer was restored between 2001 and 2003 and is today on display in the Southern Museum.
10144019300-4-0TChattahoochee Brick Co.Last Glover locomotive built

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