Surviving Steam Locomotives in South Carolina, United States

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List of Steam Locomotives in South Carolina, United States

No.ClassF.M. WhyteGaugeRailroad LineLocationStatusBuilder InfoNotes
0-4-04'-8½"SCR Best Friend Museum, Charleston, SCdisplayNamed Best Friend of Charleston, replica
7862-6-214"TMRJimmie Thomas Miniature Railroad, Cheraw, SCdisplay1940s
0-4-04'-8½"SCRSC State Museum, Columbia, SCdisplayNamed Best Friend of Charleston, replica
0-4-04'-8½"Merry Brothers Brick & Tile (Albion Kaolin) Florence Museum, Florence, SCdisplayVulcan Iron Works, 1917Donated to museum in 1982.
4-4-024"Carowinds Park, Fort Mill, SCdisplayCrown Metal Products (Elizabeth)Duplication of the Crown in Huntsville? converted to gasoline?
192-8-24'-8½"Rockton-Rion (Woodward Iron) Rockton-Rion Historical Center, Greenwood, SCdisplayBaldwin #29383, 09/1906
72-8-036"Argent Lumber Hardeeville City Hall, Hardeeville, SCdisplayH.K. Porter #4776, 1911
49 (61)24.5 ton0-4-0T4'-8½"Solvay Process Works Hawaiian Village Mini-golf, Myrtle Beach, SCdisplayALCO (Cooke) #62752, 1920 from Mann's Choice, PA
5 (118)0-4-0T4'-8½"E&M (Watertown Arsenal) Richburg Park, Richburg, SCdisplayH.K. Porter #5980, 1917 Named the Dummy.
30325 tonShay2Tr4'-8½"Brooklyn CooperageSE of, Rimini, SCprivate abandoned#590, 1899 Probably a duplicate of the abandoned locomotive west of Wedgefield
1260-6-0ST4'-8½"Lehigh Valley Coal SC Railroad Museum, Rion, SCoperationalVulcan Iron Works (Wilkes-Barre) #4139, 05/1931From Gramling Locomotive Works, Ashley, IN
712L2-8-04'-8½"ACL SC Railroad Museum, Rion, SCprivateBaldwin #23210, 1903 from Rion Quarry, Winnsboro. Last operated in 1960s
444-6-04'-8½"H&B SC Railroad Museum, Rion, SCdisplayBaldwin #59751, 1927
13tonShay2Tr42"Sumter Pine & Cypress (Rocky Bluff Lbr) swamp west of, Wedgefield, SCprivate abandoned#196, 12/1887 Located in the swamp just West of Wedgefield

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