Arkansas
Steam Locomotives by City


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Updated 11/23/00

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surviving steam locomotives in Arkansas by Wes Barris


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Eureka Springs
W.T. Carter Lumber 1
This wood-burning Alco 2-6-0 was built in 1906 for the W.T. Carter Lumber Company.   She now hauls tourists on the Eureka Springs & North Arkansas Railway.   Photo by Jim Faliveno.

Moscow, Camden & San Augustine 201  (Ideal Cememt Company 1)
Both of the operating locomotives at the Eureka Springs & North Arkansas Railway are 2-6-0's built by Alco in 1906.   This one came from the Moscow, Camden & San Augustine Railroad as their no. 201,  and also spent some time as the Ideal Cement Company's no. 1.   Photo by Jim Faliveno.

Dierks Lumber & Coal 226
This Baldwin 2-8-2 is being restored to operation at the Eureka Springs & North Arkansas Railway.   One of the signs beside the locomotive reads "This is an Arkansas Locomotive   Engine no. 226 was bought new by Dierks Lumber and Coal,  Dierks, Ark. (1927) and used by them in logging service till some 25 years ago.   Donated to the city of Benton, Ark - Displayed in their city park until Spring of 1988.   Purchased by ES&NA Railway and moved to Eureka Springs this past Spring.   226 has spent its entire life in Arkansas will be restored to service within the next two years."   Photo by Jim Faliveno.