Locomotive names of North America beginning with A

Steam locomotives with names beginning with A that have operated in North America:

Name Railroad, # Builder, s/n Build date Whyte type Notes
A Ke Ahi HRC R & Rapier      
A. A. Denny S&WW 1 W Mason 552 8/1875 0-6-4T Built as Stockton & Ione #2 Amador; returned to factory; s 10/76 to S&WW; s 11/80 to Columbia & Puget Sound #1; ret 1895; used as stationary boiler in Seattle.
A. A. Sargent CP 7 Union 3 11/1865 4-4-0 Originally ordered by Sacramento Valley RR; sold 6/25/1909 to Willett & Burr #48.
A. Adams CV Baldwin 1847 4-4-0 Off roster by 3/1869.
A. Arnold CV 69 Manch 8/1869 4-4-0 Rebuilt 1885; rn 1/1/1900 #21; sold 1900.
A. B. Foster CV 42 Taunton 1860 4-4-0 Ex-SS&C; bought 1862; sold 1873 to O&LC; replaced by T. W. Park.
A. B. Frank GH&SA 50 Manch 898 3/1881 4-4-0 Rn 1885 #700, 2nd #658; off roster by late 1890s.
A. B. Proal O&T 11 Porter 465 12/1881 4-4-0 To New York Equipment Co. 1889.
A. B. Watson A&S 8 Cooke 10/1865 4-4-0  
A. Beaton H&TC 48 Rogers 2013 4/1872 4-4-0 Rn 2nd #13 by 1899; scr 2/1903.
A. Belknap SA&AP 3 Baldwin 7690 10/1885 2-4-4 Off roster by 1917.
A. C. Bean CV 48 CV St Albans 1882 4-4-0 Built to replace #48 H. K. Adams; Scrapped 1904.
A. C. Green C&Pa 13 Winans early 1860s 0-8-0 Rebuilt between 1866 and 1875; sold 1905 to a steel company in Pittsburgh.
A. C. Houston SA&AP 22 Baldwin 8744 8/1887 4-4-0 Rn 1908 #34; off roster by 1917.
A. C. Jones SA&AP 18 Baldwin 8656 7/1887 2-6-0 Rn 1908 #108; off roster by 1925.
A. C. Pierce TT 77 Rhode 1456 4/1884 2-6-0 NG; SG'ed 1/1887; sold 7/1900 to Dilley Foundry Co.
A. C. Stonegrave CV 87 Rhode 1652 1886 4-4-0 Rn 1/1/1900 #57.
A. F. Sortwell M&WR 2nd 3 Manch 630 4/1874 4-4-0 Ex-Barre.
A. G. Schryver SA&AP 11 Baldwin 8288 12/1886 4-4-0 Off roster by 1917.
A. G. Schuyver GH&SA 55 Manch 902 9/1881 4-4-0 Off roster by 1885.
A. Groesbeck G&RR R Norris 1858 4-4-0 Became H&TC #3; off roster by 1885.
A. H. Chandler TT 68 Grant 1579 12/1883 2-6-0 NG; SG'ed 11/1886; sold 3/10/1900 to St Louis & Memphis Ry.
A. H. Houston SF&SJ 4 Cooke 4/1864 4-4-0 Rn Comanche; to SP #4; rn 1891 #1111; scr 4/16/1898.
A. H. Stump C&Pa 5 Smith & Perkins 1852 2-6-0 Scrapped circa 1875.
A. H. Viele S&ET 5 Manch 933 10/1881 4-4-0 Rn 1885 #690; rn 1901 #103; s 3/8/1904 to A. L. Hanson Lumber Co.
A. H. Wilder (2nd) SP&SC Taunton 709 8/1879 4-4-0 Transferred to CStPM&O; renumbered 204; sold 1899 to F. M. Hicks of Chicago.
A. Iselin SC&StP 7 Taunton 567 5/1872 4-4-0 Became CStPM&O #27; rn #227; rb 1890 as 0-4-0.
A. J. Burke H&TC 42 Cooke 758 9/1871 4-4-0  
A. J. Earling M&SP 189 Taunton 622 7/1873 4-4-0 Rn #1316 in 1899; rn #84 in 1912; off roster in 4/1918.
A. J. Odell DL&W 85 Cooke 236 3/1865   Ex-A. Lincoln.
A. L. Horner TT 35 Grant 8/1882 2-8-0 NG; sold 10/22/1889 to Whitaker & Ramseur, Texarkana, Tx.
A. L. Milner B&R 1st 3 Baldwin 1527 1866 4-4-0  
A. Lincoln DL&W 85 Cooke 236 3/1865   Rn 4/1865 A. J. Odell after assassination; xf to NY, Lackawanna & Western.
A. M. Davis TT 26 Grant 6/1882 2-6-0 NG; sold 5/26/1888 to W. R. Pearson, Thornton, Ar; returned as partial payment for SSW 34 in 1898.
A. M. Ramsdell NLN 10 Manch 1867 4-4-0 Outside connected; Transferred to the CV #28; rn 12/1890 #12; rn 162 8/1891; scrapped 1900.
A. M. Shead TT 24 Grant 1499 6/1882 2-6-0 NG; sold 8/26/1895 to Cotton Belt Mill Co #2, Bearden, Ar.
A. Rice ATSF 106 Hinkley 1878 4-4-0 Ex-P&AV #106.
A. V. H. Carpenter M&SP 137 Taunton 475 9/1869 4-4-0 Off roster by 1898.
A. W. Hubbard (2nd) SC&StP 2 Taunton 608 4/1873 4-4-0 Became CStPM&O #22; rn #222; Sold 1899 to Bayfield & Western.
A. W. Soper TT 51 Grant 12/1882 4-4-0 NG; SG'ed 10/1887; sold 6/1899 to Bodcaw Lbr Co
Abbot Lawrence LC&M 5 Lawrence 10/1855 4-4-0 Became M&SP #5 in 1863; off roster by 1888.
Abigail Adamas CV Baldwin 6/1847    
Abington LG Rogers 287 10/1851 4-4-0  
Abner Chichester         Moshein and Rothfus assert that this locomotive is often mistaken for another of the Long Island Rail Road named New York.
Abner McGehee Mont Rogers 12 4/1839 4-2-0  
Abraham Klohs O&LC 2nd 6 Mason 286 8/1868 4-4-0 Renumbered #306; Renumbered #74; Scrapped.
Acanceh FCUY 63 Baldwin 5527 3/1881 4-4-0 Ex-FCM&P #1; scr 1920.
Acapulco Irolo Baldwin 6325 8/1882 4-4-0 NG; Sold by 1889.
Acatlan FCTHL 3 Baldwin 20372 4/1902 2-8-0 Became FC Mexicano #22 in 1910; ret 1952.
Acayucotlan FCHN 13 Baldwin 12267 10/1891 2-8-0 NG; became NdeM #13.
Achilles B&M 47 Baldwin 1871 0-4-0T Builder's photo of Boston & Maine #47 "Achilles" at the Baldwin plant in 1871
Achilles CP 33 Grant 5/1867 0-6-0T Rn 1891 #1258; rb 12/11/1872 as 4-4-0; scr 10/6/1899 Sac.
Achilles G&CU Rogers 539 10/1854 4-4-0  
Achilles LNA&C 34 Danforth 1865 4-4-0  
Acton FRR 25 Mason 134 6/1863 4-4-0 Rb 1877; scr 1892-1895
Ada NYT&M 2nd 5 Baldwin 6320 8/1882 4-4-0 Rn 1885 #575; rn 1901 #153; s 11/7/1908 to Miller Link Lumber Co.
Adam Brown GWR 55 Canada c. 1856   Ex-Wellington, Grey & Bruce Ry; Rb before 1860 as 4-4-0.
Adams H&B Rogers 54 5/1844 4-4-0 Ex-NYPB Reformer.
Adams VC Baldwin 1848 2-2-0  
Addison R&B 28 Taunton 356 1865 4-4-0 Rb at Rutland 1878; became Central Vermont #218.
Addison Gilmore WofM WofM Sfield 1 1851 4-2-2  
Adela Hor 2 Baldwin 20871 8/1902 2-4-0 2-ft gauge.
Adirondack B&A B&A shops   4-4-0 This engine was also known as Eddy Clocks for a short time while Wilson Eddy served as master mechanic for the railroad. It was involved in an economy test where the Boston & Albany wanted to find out whether the American or Mogul class consumed less for an equal amount of work (further discussion on this test can be found in John H. White, Jr's A History of the American Locomotive - Its Development: 1830-1880, Dover Publications, New York, 1968, p 57)
Admiral LNA&C 9 LNA&C NA 1847 4-4-0 Ex-Ranger; rb 1868.
Adolph Hugel MofC 15 Portland 298 5/1874 4-4-0  
Adolphus Busch TT 63 Grant 10/1882 2-6-0 NG; SG'ed 1890; sold 4/10/1897 to Clark & Boice Lbr Co for JP&IT RY #22.
Adriatic A&P 8 Baldwin 5424 12/1880 4-4-0  
Advance   Corliss 1851 4-4-0 Inside connected; acquired about 1853 by Providence & Worcester; rn Orray Taft.
Advance E&KR 1 Baldwin 3751 1875 0-6-0  
Advance LC&M 11 Lawrence 12/1855 4-4-0 Inside-connected; Rb 1860; became M&SP #11 in 1863; off roster by 1898.
Aetna FRR Hinkley 29 12/1844 0-4-0 Acquired 9/1845 from Charlestown Branch; sold 11/1849 to Androscoggin & Kennebec
Aguas Calientes FCCM 19 Taunton 820 12/1881 4-4-0  
Ajax CP 32 Jersey 493 5/1867 0-6-0T Rn 1891 #1257; rb 2/2/1871 as 4-4-0; scr 1895.
Al-Ki S&WW 2 W H Bailey 5/1877 4-4-0 S 11/80 to Columbia & Puget Sound #2; ret 1897.
Alabama V&J Norris 1851 4-4-0 (?) Scr 1866.
Alamosa D&RG 22 Baldwin 4076 1877 2-8-0  
Alaric LNA&C 16 NA&S NA   4-4-0 Ex-NA&S George Lyman.
Albany A&S 24 Dickson 54 7/1870 2-6-0  
Albany Hou Rogers 41 12/1842 4-2-0  
Albany M&HR Rogers 50 12/1843    
Albany NY&H 27 Rogers 166 3/1849 4-4-0 Originally ordered for the New York & New Haven but sold to the New York & Harlem; Sold to Long Island Rail Road; Renamed G. F. Carman; Sold to Bennington & Rutland 8/1869 as 1st #7 G. F. Carman.
Albany O&C 6 Baldwin 2149 6/1872 4-4-0 Rn 1891 #1244; rn 1906 #1501; scr 4/10/1914 Brooklyn.
Albemarle O&A Rogers 603 9/1855 4-4-0  
Albers M&S Rogers 150 11/1848 4-4-0  
Albert   Baldwin   4-4-0  
Albert Journeay SIR       First locomotive on the railway
Albion ARy Hackworth c. 1838 0-6-0 On display in Stellartown, NS, Canada, as of 1985.
Alburgh CV 50 CV Northfield 12/1866 4-4-0  
Alert MC Baldwin 37 1836   Ex-C&NW Pioneer.
Alex H. Rice SC&StP 6 Taunton 562 4/1872 4-4-0 Became CStPM&O #26, renumbered 226; rb 1890 as 0-4-0.
Alex. Mitchell M&SP 52 Mason 213 9/1865 4-4-0 Rn LaCrosse in 1868.
Alex. Mitchell MnC 6 Taunton 386 6/1866 4-4-0 Became M&SP #68 in 1868; rn #248 in 1898; rn #1237 in 1899; off roster by 10/1900.
Alex. Mitchell SP&C 2 Mason 381 11/1870 4-4-0 Became M&SP #171 in 1872; rn #1251 in 1899; rn #1426 in 1910; off roster 6/1913.
Alfred Bishop Naug Rogers 180 7/1849 4-4-0  
Alfred Bishop S&W Rogers 325 6/1852 4-4-0 Became D&H #104.
Alfred M. McCoy ID&C 4 Baldwin 4201 11/1877 4-4-0  
Algona M&SP 144 M & Aldus 1869 4-4-0 Rn #1240 in 1899; off roster by 1/1901.
Allegany C&Pa 14 Hayward Bartlett 1865 0-8-0 Rb 1887; Rn circa 1904 #1; sold 1905 to a steel company in Pittsburgh.
Alleghany NY&E Rogers 152 12/1848 4-4-0 6 ft gauge
Allegheny PRR Baldwin 1850 4-4-0  
Allen Munroe O&S Rogers 526 9/1854 4-4-0  
Alliance HB 5 Hinkley 843 1867 4-4-0 Became HJH&G 5 in 1874; Off roster by 1905
Alonzo Everts A&S 12 Dickson 19 1866 4-4-0  
Altamisal Juc Rogers 244 1/1851 4-4-0  
Alvah Crocker FRR 3 Hinkley 45 7/1845 4-4-0 Off roster by 1871
Alvah Crocker T&B 9 Hinkley 351 1/1852 4-4-0 Off roster by 1887
Alvah Crocker V&M 15 Hinkley 1/1869 4-4-0 Became FRR #46; off roster by 1895
Alvin F. Sortwell M&WR 8 Manch 1696 3/1899 4-4-0 S 1928 to White River RR #8; scr 1933.
Amador S&I 2 W Mason 552 8/1875 0-6-4T Returned to factory; s 10/1876 to Seattle & Walla Walla #1 A. A. Denny.
Amazon CP 20 M & Aldus 7/1866 4-6-0 Rn 1891 #1523, #1048; scr 7/21/1926 LA.
Amedee NCO 5 Baldwin 17123 10/1899 4-6-0 Rb 7/1925; sold 9/1929 to SP #5; scr 6/30/1934.
Amenia NY&H Rogers 242 12/1850 4-4-0  
America   Grant   4-4-0  
America   Stephenson   0-4-0  
America B&C Swinburn c. 1850    
America Bo&P R Stephenson 1829 0-6-0 May have been named Whistler. Lost at sea while shipping to the US.
America R&B 38 (2nd) Baldwin 2454 1871 2-6-0 Ex-CV #81 1st Pacific.
America Rock        
American Eagle CP 121 Cooke 8/1868 4-4-0 rn 1891 #1163; rb by 1875; sold 11/1871 to Stockton & Visalia #1; sold to Stockton & Copperopolis 2nd #1.
American Fork AF 1 Mason 461 7/1872 0-4-4T S to Utah & Northern 2nd #45.
Americus CR&B Rogers 607 9/1855 4-4-0  
Ames BBB&C       Bought 10/1868.
Amherst NLW&P Taunton 1852 4-4-0 Became NLN #11 Belcherton.
Amherst (1st) NLN 26 CV St Albans 1880 2-6-0 Ex-CV 17 S. L. Woodford; to NLN 8/1887; rn 12/1890 #16; rn 8/1891 #156; became CV 309.
Amherst (2nd) NLN   1849    
Amos Barnes C&PR 2nd 25 Manch 575 4/1873 4-4-0 Ex-M&WR #4 Groton.
Amos Twichell ChRR 16 Hinkley 486 11/1853 4-4-0 Rn Lucien Tilton; off roster by 1883.
Anaka LK&P 1 Porter 7398 1948 2-4-2 Ex-Carbon Limestone Co #36; rb; still running 1971.
Anamosa CM&SP 289 Mason 211 8/1865 4-4-0 Ex-DSW Wm B. Allison.
Ancient Wi&P Norris   4-4-0 Captured by US Federal forces in 1862, transferred to US Military Railroad; sold 1865 to J. Nielson.
Anderson ATSF 151 Hinkley 1880 4-4-0  
Andes B&SL Rogers 422 9/1853 4-4-0  
Andover B&M B&M      
Andrew Jackson B&O 7 D & Gartner   0-4-0 Rn 1884 #2; rb 1892 to look like Atlantic by Maj. Pangborn.
Andrew Jackson N&C Rogers 533 10/1854 4-4-0  
Andrew Jackson S&C 1 Mason 361 6/1870 4-4-0 Ex-CalP #11 D. C. Haskin.
Andrew Low CR&B Rogers 45 8/1843 4-4-0  
Anglo Saxon D&RG 42 Baldwin 4938 1/1880 2-8-0  
Angola FWJ&S 3 Hinkley 918   4-4-0  
Ann O&C Vulcan 1862 0-4-0  
Anson P. Stokes NC 3 Baldwin 3625 7/1874 2-6-0 Ex-M&SV #1 C. S. Abbott.
Anson S. Marshall CRR 10 CRR Concord 1873 4-4-0 Sold to B&M #710; scrapped 1908.
Ant LV 81 Norris 1867 2-10-0 Rb as 4-8-0; still running 1894.
Ant SCC 1 Fulton Fdry 9/1871 0-4-0T S to Seattle Coal & Trans. Co. #1; s 1877 to Seattle & Walla Walla; rn 1878 #5; s 11/1880 Columbia & Puget Sound #5; s 5/1883 Ordway & Weidler; s 10/1883 Mosquito & Coal Creek RR; s 1923 Long-Bell Corp.; scr 1940s.
Antarctic A&P 7 Baldwin 5409 12/1880 4-4-0  
Anteauga S&U Rogers 57 7/1844 4-2-2  
Antelope ATSF 30 Taunton 581 9/1872 4-4-0  
Antelope B&M Hinkley 1845 4-2-2  
Antelope CP 29 M & Aldus 2/1867 4-4-0 Rn 1891 #1192; scr 4/21/1900 at Sacramento.
Antelope Hou Rogers 288 11/1851 4-4-0  
Antelope LNA&C 23 Hinkley 462 8/1853 4-4-0 Ex-NA&S 2nd Providence.
Anthony ATSF 99 Hinkley 1879 4-4-0  
Anthracite FRR 18 Hinkley 232 4/1849 4-4-0 Scrapped 1877
Anthracite LSNR G & Eastwick   0-4-0 Transferred after 1840 to Buck Mountain RR; May be stored at Rockport.
Antoine LeClaire C&RI Rogers 530 9/1854 4-4-0  
Antwerp Po&W Taunton 1852 4-4-0 Became Rome, Watertown & Ogdensburgh #17; rb.
Antwerp W&R Taunton 106 1852 4-4-0 Ex-Montreal & Plattsburg Plattsburg.
Apache A&P 11 Taunton 766 1/1881 4-4-0  
Apache KPDP 23 Baldwin 1601 1867 4-4-0  
Apollo   Winans 66     Camelback loco.
Apollo CP 79 Rhode 53 9/1868 4-4-0 Rn 1891 #1204; rn 1901 #1225; rn 1906 #1366; scr 8/6/1923 W Oakland.
Apollo LNA&C 8 Norris 1851 4-4-0 Ex-NA&S Gosport.
Apponaug NYPB Locks 1836 2-2-0 Rb 1844 with a longer boiler as a 4-2-2; remained in service as late as 1875.
Arabian B&O 1 D & Gartner 1834 0-4-0  
Aransas Pass SA&AP 2 Baldwin 7628 6/1885 4-4-0 Rn 1908 #27, 31; off roster by 1917.
Arapaho KPDP 22 Baldwin 1600 1867 4-4-0  
Arbuckle CoRR 8 Porter 920 4/1888 0-4-4T  
Arctic A&P 6 Baldwin 5407 12/1880 4-4-0  
Arctic CP 11 Mason 212 9/1865 4-4-0 Was to be named Humboldt; sold 1870 to Calif & Ore #4; returned to CP 1872; scr 6/1892.
Arctic CV 86 CV St Albans 1872 4-4-0  
Ardilla (1st) FCDS 12 Rogers 2740 5/1881 4-4-0  
Ardilla (2nd) FCDS 12 Manch 1010 11/1881 4-4-0 Became Calif Southern #10.
Ardilla (3rd) FCDS 12 Rhode 1084 12/1881 4-4-0  
Argenta CP 166 Schen 573 7/1869 4-4-0 Sold 9/1869.
Argentina CP 2nd 166 Hinkley 555 1/1855 4-4-0 Ex-Sacramento Valley #2 Nevada; s 1890 Northern Ry #1020; rn 1891 #1116; scr 1898.
Ariel B&BR Hinkley 1251 1877 0-4-4T Became Sandy River Railroad #1 Dawn; scrapped 1912.
Ariel P&R P&R Reading 1872 2-2-2T Inspection locomotive.
Arispe FCDS 11 Rogers 2739 5/1881 4-4-0  
Arizona KPDP 29 Rogers 1500 1868 4-4-0  
Arizona WofM 83 WofM Sfield 1866 4-4-0  
Arizona (1st) FCDS 13 Rogers 2745 5/1881 4-4-0 Became Calif Southern #5.
Arizona (2nd) FCDS 13 Rhode 1085 12/1881 4-4-0  
Arkansas D&RG 8 Baldwin 2727 1871 2-6-0  
Arreseoh NJR&T Rogers 2 2/1838 4-2-0  
Arrow CP 146 Schen 521 11/1868 4-4-0 Rn 1891 #1150; scr 1891.
Arrow LNA&C 5 Norris 1851 4-4-0 Ex-NA&S Mitchell.
Arroya Honda D&RG 69 Baldwin 5132 1880 2-8-0  
Arthur Tandy M&WR 6 Baldwin 4761 1879 0-4-4T Ex-Tramp 10/30/1891; s 1913 to White River RR #6; in storage by 6/26/1922; used as fill under rte 100 in Stockbridge after the 1927 flood.
Ashburnham ChRR 29 ChRR 1873 4-4-0 Became FRR 229; off roster by 1895.
Ashburnham V&M Hinkley 219 12/1848 4-4-0 Off roster by 1871
Asheulot B&M 308 Manch   4-4-0  
Ashuelot ChRR 2 Hinkley 117 5/1847 4-4-0 Retired 1863
Ashwell Smith H&TC 16 Schen 592 10/1869 4-4-0 Rn #3 by 1899; scr 8/1908.
Assabet FRR 26 Hinkley 733 1865 4-4-0 Rb 1878; Rn 1895 #80; off roster by 1899
Assanpink BD Trenton c. 1854 4-4-0  
Astor FEC 2     4-4-0 Rn 1894 #10; sold to L. W. Johnson.
Atchison ATSF 9 Taunton 533 7/1871 4-4-0  
Atherton CP 177 Grant 1868 4-4-0 Ex-SF&A #2 6/1870; rb 8/1873; wrecked on SF&A 11/14/1869; could be SP #72.
Athol FRR Hinkley 105 6/1847 4-4-0 Ex-Vermont & Massachusetts Railroad; acquired circa 1851; sold 3/1862 to US Military Railroad #10.
Athol V&M 3 Hinkley 903 12/1869 4-4-0 Became FRR #50; rb 1890; rn 1895 #90; rn 1899 #110; rn 1900 #910; scr 8/1910.
Atlanta (demo) Baldwin 14420 1895 4-6-0  
Atlanta B&O Winans 10/1843 4-4-0 Rb 1853.
Atlanta GR&BC Rogers 232 10/1850 4-4-0  
Atlantic A&P 4 Baldwin 2134 5/1870 4-4-0 Ex-A&P #77.
Atlantic B&O D & Gartner 1832 0-4-0 Atlantic preserved on static display at the B&O Railroad Museum Second oldest operable unit in the US.
More information: Wikipedia.
Atlantic CP 5 Mason 145 11/1863 4-4-0 Rb 7/29/1881; scr 3/1894.
Atlantic CV 74 CV St Albans 1/1870 4-4-0 Rn 1/1/1900 #19.
Atlantic HR Rogers 188 10/1849 4-4-0  
Atlantic LIRR Rogers 578 5/1855 4-4-0  
Atlantic Musc Rogers 524 9/1854 4-4-0  
Atlantic SF&SJ 7 Union 2 1865 4-4-0 To SP #7; rn 1891 #1231; scr 1895.
Atlantic WofM Baldwin 9/1844   The WofM's Atlantic was the first Baldwin engine built with a separate cutoff (see A History of the American Locomotive, by John H White Jr).
Atlas B&O E & Harrison 1839 4-4-0 Used exclusively on Wash. branch.
Atlas B&SL Rogers 419 9/1853 4-4-0  
Atlas P&R Baldwin 1846 0-8-0 This loco is reported to be the first 0-8-0 with a flexible-beam truck.
Attila LNA&C 15 NA&S NA   4-4-0 Ex-NA&S Phoebe Brooks.
Auburn A&Sy 1 Rogers 8 11/1838 4-2-0  
Auburn CP 22 M & Aldus 8/1866 4-6-0 Rn 1891 #1525; scr 11/1892.
Auburn P&R R. Norris 1854 4-4-0  
Auburn SCNY 20 Taunton 491 3/1870 4-4-0  
Aughwick EBT 7 Baldwin 5677 6/1881 2-8-0 S 10/1913 to Thomas F. Carey Co.; became Ohio River & Western #14; became PRR #9669; scr 1931.
Aughwick PRR 118 Baldwin 11/1855 4-6-0  
August Faltin SA&AP 16 Baldwin 8638 6/1887 2-6-0 Rn 1908 #107; exploded at Yorktown, Tx. 10/1891; rb; off roster by 1917.
August Lindstrom S&ML 2 Baldwin 23883 6/1904 2-6-0 Carried builder's number as road number for a short time.
Augusta GR&BC Rogers 231 10/1850 4-4-0  
Aurora CP 165 Cooke 11/1868 4-4-0 Rn 1891 #1180; scr 6/1893.
Aurora V&T 15 Cooke 884 1872 2-6-0 Sold 1881 to Oregon Ry & Nav Co.
Ausable O&LC 1st 10 H & Drury 277 9/1850 4-4-0  
Austin BBB&C Lowell 139 1854 4-4-0 Bought from builder's unsold stock after new construction had ceased; s 7/1870 to GH&SA #5; off roster by 1884.
Austin M&M 20 Breese Kneeland 1856 4-4-0 Became M&PDC #20 in 1861; became M&SP #90 in 1868; rn #288 in 1898; off roster by 1899.
Austin NC 2 Porter 148 1873 0-4-0T Bought 1879.
Avoca M&M 41 Breese Kneeland 1857 4-4-0 Became M&PDC #41 in 1861; became M&SP #112 in 1868; off roster by 1898.
Azro Chase A&S 20 Dickson 39 1869 4-4-0  

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