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60-6-0ST4'-8½"Cherokee Brick & TileMike Buckner, Junction City, GAstoredGlover #13186, 06/1919 From Tifton, GA
70-6-0ST4'-8½"Cherokee Brick & TileMike Buckner, Junction City, GAstoredGlover #13180, 01/1920 From Tifton, GA
20-4-0T40"Splint Jellico Coal Southern Museum of Civil War and Locomotive History, Kennesaw, GAdisplayGlover #7128, 11/1926 Delivered to Splint Jellico, damaged, reposessed by Glover and remained there for more than 70 years.
0-4-0T36"Tennessee Coal Southern Museum of Civil War and Locomotive History, Kennesaw, GAstoredGlover #91419, 1906Ordered then cancelled, never completed, chassis, boiler, and parts only
42-6-0T36"Coulbourne Bros Marietta Welcome Center, Marietta, GAdisplayGlover #81421 displayed as a tender locomotive
42-6-04'-8½"Holly Hill Lumber Kirby Family Farm, Williston, FLstoredGlover #10168, 01/1925From Iron Horse Restaurant and Lounge, FL, then Groveport, OH. Converted to run on compressed air.
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