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LocomotiveBuilderWheel ConfigurationEntered ServiceDisposition
FloridaBaldwin4-2-0December 1842 (built 1837)Listed as condemned in 1858 and 1859 and worn out and condemned in 1860
AlabamaBaldwin4-2-0September 1845 (built 1838)Listed as abandoned in 1852
ChattanoogaBaldwin0-6-0January 1847Sold by 1855
ConnasaugaBaldwin0-6-0February 1847Listed as permanently disabled and condemned in 1854
TuscaloosaBaldwin0-6-0March 1847Listed in 1860, but removed by 1861
MontereyRogers, Ketchum & Grosvenor4-4-0November 1847Listed in good order in 1857, but removed by 1858
ChickamaugaBaldwin0-6-0May 1848Listed as worn out and condemned in 1860
Talulah (later Tallulah)Baldwin4-4-0May 1848Listed as condemned in 1859 and worn out and condemned in 1860
YonahRogers, Ketchum & Grosvenor4-4-0March 1849Listed as condemned in 1873
ToccoaNorris4-4-0August 1849Gone by 1866
ChattoogataM.W. Baldwin0-6-0April 1850Out by the end of the Civil War
KennesawRogers, Ketchum & Grosvenor4-4-0May 1850Out by the end of the Civil War
WaldenM.W. Baldwin4-4-0May 1850Out by the end of the Civil War
ChattahoochieM.W. Baldwin4-4-0December 1851Condemned by 1872
OconeeM.W. Baldwin4-4-0January 1852Out by the end of the Civil War; possibly destroyed at Vinings in 1859/1860
CarraheeM.W. Baldwin4-4-0January 1852Out of service by 1868
EtowahNorris Brothers4-4-0February 1852Out by the end of the Civil War
Look-OutNorris Brothers4-4-0March 1852Out of service by 1866
CoosawatteeNorris Brothers4-4-0March 1852
North CarolinaM.W. Baldwin4-4-0June 1852Condemned by 1865 and apparently traded for lumber
New JerseyRogers, Ketchum & Grosvenor4-4-0December 1852Renamed Jack Morgan during the Civil War; listed as sold in 1869 report (too small for the Western & Atlantic)
South CarolinaM.W. Baldwin4-4-0December 1852Out of service by 1870
IndianaM.W. Baldwin4-4-0December 1852Out of service by 1870
New HampshireAmoskeag Manufacturing Co.4-4-0December 1852
PennsylvaniaNorris Brothers4-4-0December 1852Out by 1868
GeorgiaNorris Brothers4-4-0January 1853Out by the end of the Civil War
LouisianaNorris Brothers4-4-0January 1853Listed as condemned in 1872
DelawareAnderson & Southern4-4-0January 1853Out by the end of the Civil War
MazeppaRogers, Ketchum & Grosvenor4-4-0January 1853Out by 1868
CorsairRogers, Ketchum & Grosvenor4-4-0January 1853Sold to the Macon & Brunswick Railroad in 1865
New YorkRogers, Ketchum & Grosvenor4-4-0January 1853Listed as sold in 1869 report (too small for the Western & Atlantic)
Fyling NellyAnderson & Southern4-4-0March 1853Out by the end of the Civil War
BobuelAnderson & Southern4-4-0February 1853Exploded at Moon's Station on August 18, 1853
Joel CrawfordRogers, Ketchum & Grosvenor4-4-0January 1854Listed as sold in 1869 report (too small for the Western & Atlantic)
GazelleRogers, Ketchum & Grosvenor4-4-0February 1855
GovernorRogers, Ketchum & Grosvenor4-4-0February 1855Later renamed L.J. Gartrell; sold by the Nashville, Chattanooga & St. Louis Railway in 1890 or 1891
PresidentRogers, Ketchum & Grosvenor4-4-0November 1855Later renamed Campbell Wallace; sold by the Nashville, Chattanooga & St. Louis Railway in 1890 or 1891
VirginiaRogers, Ketchum & Grosvenor4-4-0December 1855Traded to the Selma & Meridian Railroad in September 1868
GeneralRogers, Ketchum & Grosvenor4-4-0January 1856On display at the Southern Museum of Civil War & Locomotive History
CherokeeM.W. Baldwin4-4-0February 1856Possibly rebuilt by the Western & Atlantic and renamed "Joe Brown"; sold by the Nashville, Chattanooga & St. Louis Railway in 1891
SenatorRogers, Ketchum & Grosvenor4-4-0April 1856Sold by the Nashville, Chattanooga & St. Louis Railway in 1891
ChieftanRogers, Ketchum & Grosvenor4-4-0April 1856Later renamed E.G. Gabannis; sold by the Nashville, Chattanooga & St. Louis Railway in 1891
ChestateeM.W. Baldwin4-4-0April 1856Possibly rebuilt by the Western & Atlantic and renamed "J.W. Lewis"; sold by the Nashville, Chattanooga & St. Louis Railway in 1892
NickajackDanforth, Cooke & Co.4-4-0April 1856Sold by the Nashville, Chattanooga & St. Louis Railway in 1892
EnterpriseNorris & Brothers4-4-0May 1856Sold by the Nashville, Chattanooga & St. Louis Railway in 1891
CommerceNorris & Brothers4-4-0May 1856Sold by the Nashville, Chattanooga & St. Louis Railway in 1891
ExpressDanforth, Cooke & Co.4-4-0August 1856
KentuckyDanforth, Cooke & Co.4-4-0October 1856
TexasDanforth, Cooke & Co.4-4-0October 1856Later renamed the Cincinnati; on display at the Atlanta History Center
DispatchDanforth, Cooke & Co.4-4-0October 1856
ChoctawM.W. Baldwin4-4-0November 1856Out by 1870
ChickasawM.W. Baldwin4-4-0November 1856Sold by the Nashville, Chattanooga & St. Louis Railway in 1898
ExcelM.W. Baldwin4-4-0January 1857Later renamed Stonewall; sold by the Nashville, Chattanooga & St. Louis Railway in 1892
CotoosaRogers Locomotive Works4-4-0January 1857Traded to the Selma & Meridian Railroad in September 1868
SwiftsureRogers Locomotive Works4-4-0February 1857Later renamed F. Blodgett; retired circa 1872
ConoseenRogers Locomotive Works4-4-0March 1857Sold to the Charlotte, Columbia & Augusta Railroad in 1869
MissouriRogers Locomotive Works4-4-0March 1857Traded to the Selma & Meridian Railroad in September 1868
Atlanta/R.C. JacksonWestern & Atlantic4-4-0September 1860 (named Atlanta and listed as "Building" in 1858 report)Later renamed "Stonewall"; out by 1872
59 (later the Atlanta)Danforth, Cooke & Co.4-4-0October 1865 (former USMRR)
60 (later the Gen. U.S. Grant)Danforth, Cooke & Co.4-4-0October 1865 (former USMRR)
61 (later the Campbell Wallace)Hinkley & Williams4-4-0October 1865 (former USMRR)
62 (later the Marietta)Rogers Locomotive and Machine Works4-4-0October 1865 (former USMRR)
48 (later the Calhoun)Richard Norris & Son4-4-0October 1865 (former USMRR)Retired circa 1872
100 (later the Dalton)William Mason4-4-0October 1865 (former USMRR)Later renamed William MacRae; its tender was likely later reused with the Texas
195 (later the Cartersville)Manchester Locomotive Works4-4-0October 1865 (former USMRR)Later renamed A.H Stevens
196 (later the Resaa)Manchester Locomotive Works4-4-0October 1865 (former USMRR)Later renamed B.H. Hill
RobesonRichard Norris & Son4-4-0February 1867Possibly later renamed R.L. McWhorter and retired circa 1872
IvanhoeM.W. Baldwin4-4-0November 1866Sold by the Nashville, Chattanooga & St. Louis Railway in 1891
Jennie DeanM.W. Baldwin4-4-0November 1866Out by 1890
CourierM.W. Baldwin4-4-0November 1866Out by 1890
HerculesM.W. Baldwin4-4-0November 1866Out by 1890
VulcanM.W. Baldwin4-4-0November 1866
SamsonM.W. Baldwin4-4-0December 1866Sold by the Nashville, Chattanooga & St. Louis Railway in 1898
KennesawM. Baird & Co.4-4-0June 1867
AlabamaDanforth, Cooke & Co.4-4-0September 1868 (from the Selma & Meridian Railroad; about four years old at the time)
MarengoM.W. Baldwin4-4-0September 1868 (from the Selma & Meridian Railroad; about four years old at the time)
AtlasHinkley & Williams4-4-0October 1870Sold by the Nashville, Chattanooga & St. Louis Railway
Jas. M. SmithRogers4-4-0May 1870Sold by the Nashville, Chattanooga & St. Louis Railway; retired in April 1921
Ben. ConleyRogers4-4-0May 1870Sold by the Nashville, Chattanooga & St. Louis Railway; retired in April 1921
John H. FlynnRogers4-4-0May 1870Sold by the Nashville, Chattanooga & St. Louis Railway; retired in April 1921
W.M. WadleyRogers4-4-0May 1870Sold by the Nashville, Chattanooga & St. Louis Railway; retired in April 1921