Locomotive names of North America beginning with G

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

Name Railroad, # Builder, s/n Build date Whyte type Notes
G. A. Thompson WU 26 WU Racine 1867 4-4-0 Became CM&SP #273 in 1879; rn #1200 in 1899; off roster 12/1901.
G. Canton FCUY 60 Baldwin 16314 11/1898 4-4-0 Ex-FCM&P 10; scr.
G. E. Merchant SC&D 5 Brooks 1879? 4-4-0 Became CM&SP #331 in 1880; rn #527 in 1890; rn #1410 in 1899; off roster 9/1905.
G. F. Carman B&R 1st 7 Rogers 166 3/1849 4-4-0 Ex-New York & Harlem #27 Albany.
G. G. Maxon R&S 39 Schen 693 1871 4-4-0 To D&H #134; rn 418; off roster by 1902.
G. H. Cramer R&S 35 Schen 504 1868 4-4-0 To D&H 130; sold to Poughkeepsie & Eastern #6.
G. H. Wellman FLA&P 1 Baldwin 4082 5/1877 4-4-0 Sold 1892 as Eagles Mere #1.
G. L. Shuyler S&S   1851 4-4-0 Xf to R&S 1862.
G. L. Stone CV 82       Replaced by CV 2nd #82 Paul Dillingham.
G. M. Barnard O&LC 2nd 2 Taunton 471 8/1869 4-4-0 Rn #302 W. L. Frost 1/1/1891; scrapped before 5/31/1895.
G. M. Porter SC&P   1858 0-4-0  
G. Mancera FCHN 21 Baldwin 17456 2/1900 2-8-0 NG; became NdeM #21 in 1908.
G. Merrill CV 52 CV Northfield 3/1865 4-4-0  
G. W. Rogers CP&L Mason 284 7/1868 4-4-0 To Chicago, Cincinnati & Louisville RR 1867; to Indianapolis, Peru & Chicago 1871.
G. W. Scranton C&Su Rogers 197 12/1849 4-4-0  
G. W. T. Riley TD&B 17 Mason 636 10/1880 0-6-6T To TC&SL #17 1881.
Gabriel W&AR Fox-Walker 1868 4-4-0 Gabriel soon after delivery c. 1870. Imported from England in November 1868.
Garangula S&U Rogers 113 12/1847 4-4-0  
Garcia M&S Rogers 136 7/1848 4-4-0  
Garden City G&CU Chicago 1854   Sold c. 1858 to CB&Q
Gardner ATSF 97 Hinkley 1879 4-4-0  
Garibaldi CC 3 R Norris 7/1860 4-4-0 Sold to CP 12/22/1865; Rn 1891 #1004; scr 1892.
Gasconade PacMo Taunton 1853 4-4-0  
Gazelle CP 84 Schen 480 2/1868 4-4-0 Rn 1891 #1207; scr 10/1899, Sacramento.
Gazelle LNA&C 20 Hinkley 400 9/1852 4-4-0 Ex-NA&S Putnamville.
Gazelle LSMS Cooke 1862 4-2-4  
Gazelle M&I Rogers 285 10/1851 4-4-0  
Gazelle MC Hinkley 199 9/1848 4-4-0 Ex-O&C #3 Jo. B. Stevens.
Gazelle W&A Rogers 555 12/1854 4-4-0  
Gem P&R   1841    
Gen. Clark T&R Portland 16 1850 4-4-0 Became D&H #109; scr 1887.
Gen. Darcy (1st) NJR&T Rogers 87 10/1846 4-4-0  
Gen. Darcy (2nd) NJR&T NJR&T Jersey 3 1868 4-4-0  
Gen. Garfield B&M 276 Hinkley 1784 4/1889    
Gen. Grant B&M 41     4-4-0  
Gen. Grant CV 56 Manch 12/1865 4-4-0 Rn Boston 6/1873.
Gen. Grant NI Baldwin 1381 5/1865 4-4-0 Sold to WU as #20 Cordova; became CM&SP #267 in 1879; off roster by 1899.
Gen. Green P&W Rogers 105 9/1847 4-4-0  
Gen. Gridley LB&Mi 24 Baldwin 4460 10/1878 4-4-0  
Gen. Hammond CPIC 1 Dickson 126 7/1873 2-6-0  
Gen. Humphrey QMD Vulcan   0-4-2T  
Gen. Hunt T&MNG 1 Porter 184 6/1874 0-4-0 To Toledo, Delphos & Burlington #1 8/1879.
Gen. Manuel Gonzales FCCM 4 Baldwin 5329 10/1880 4-6-0 Rn 1902 #400.
Gen. N. P. Banks   Hinkley 645      
Gen. Pedro Baranda FCUY 37 Baldwin 16052 8/1898 4-4-0 Ex-FCM&C #7; scr 1928.
Gen. Porfirio Diaz FCCM 3 Baldwin 5328 10/1880 4-6-0 Rn 1902 #399.
Gen. Putnam CPIC 3 Dickson 128 10/1873 2-6-0 Rn Hammondville.
Gen. Riva Palacio FCDS 2 Rogers 2644 10/1880 4-4-0 Rn 5/27/1907 #56; s 12/31/1909 to SPDeM; off roster by 1924.
Gen. Sheridan CV 59 Manch 4/1866 4-4-0  
Gen. Sheridan M&SP 48 Mason 206 7/1865 4-4-0 Off roster by 1898.
Gen. Sherman B&M 42     4-4-0  
Gen. Sherman BBB&C Baldwin   4-2-0 Bought 10/12/1852 in Boston from either the Bo&P or Bo&W; could be serial number 25, 30, 34, 39, 71, 155, 166, or 168; sold 7/1870 to Galveston, Harrisburg & San Antonio RR #1; quickly off roster.
Gen. Sherman O&LC 311 Malone 1866 4-4-0 Ex-1st Fawn.
Gen. Sherman WU 19 Manch 66 1865 4-4-0 Rn W. R. Bloomfield.
Gen. Stannard CV 57 Manch 1/1866 4-4-0  
Gen. Strong CV 211 Taunton 1851 4-4-0 Built for the R&B; scrapped 1891.
Gen. Taylor CV 10 H & Drury 1848 4-4-0 Ex-Old Zach.
Gen. Taylor P&W Rogers 102 7/1847 4-4-0  
General W&A 3 Rogers 631 12/1855 4-4-0 General preserved at the Southern Museum of Civil War and Locomotive History in Kennesaw, Georgia. Involved in the great locomotive chase of the Civil War. Preserved on static display at the Southern Museum of Civil War and Locomotive History in Kennesaw, Georgia.
More information: Wikipedia.
General A. P. Hill RF&P 554 Baldwin 1937 4-8-4  
General Burnside USM Mason 125   4-4-0 Acquired new on 2/13/1863; sold 1863 to Central Ohio Railroad.
General Couch USM Taunton 299   4-4-0 Acquired new on 5/2/1863; sold 1865 to North Carolina Railroad.
General Dix USM Baldwin 1095   4-4-0 Acquired 12/23/1862; sold to Virginia Central Railroad in 1865.
General Geary USM Jersey City      
General II SMSRy   1920s   Ex-Louisiana & Eastern #1.
General J. E. B. Stuart RF&P 553 Baldwin 1937 4-8-4  
General J. E. Johnson RF&P 555 Baldwin 1937 4-8-4  
General McClellan USM Jersey 1862 4-4-0  
General Meade USM Taunton 297   4-4-0 Acquired new on 5/16/1863; ex-Stuart Gwynn; sold 1865 to B&O.
General Meigs USM Norris   4-4-0 Acquired new on 6/23/1863; sold 1865 to B&O.
General Ord GH&SA 34 Manch 782 10/1879 4-4-0 Rn 1885 #694; rn 1901 #185; s 10/5/1905 to St. Louis Traction Co.
General Robert E. Lee RF&P 551 Baldwin 1937 4-8-4  
General Robert E. Lee SGT 7 Crown 1963   In Silver Springs, Fl.
General Sam Houston SGT 4 Crown 1962   In Silver Springs, Fl.
General Sheridan Pan 2 Baldwin   2-6-0  
General Sheridan USM Rogers   4-4-0 Ex-Northern Light; rb 1862; s 1865 to William Phelps.
General Sherman CV 58 Manch 4/1866 4-4-0 Renamed R. Camp in 3/1871.
General Sickles USM Mason 126   4-4-0 Acquired new on 2/13/1863; sold 1865 to B&O.
General Storm R&B 20 Taunton 78 1851 4-4-0 Rb at Rutland 1873; became Central Vermont #211; scr 1891.
General T. J. Jackson RF&P 552 Baldwin 1937 4-8-4  
General Taylor NCe 13 B&S shops 10/1846 4-4-0 Scrapped 1863
General Vallejo SoV 3 Baldwin 5488 1881 4-4-0 S 1889 to Oahu Ry & Land Co #45.
General Veazie Som       Leased from E&NA during construction circa 1873.
General Wool T&B Schen c. 1867 4-4-0  
Genesee L&W Rogers 329 7/1852 4-6-0  
Genesee NY&E 30 Rogers 160 2/1849 4-4-0  
Genesee O&LC 1st 19 Essex 5/1851 4-4-0 Rn #31; received new cylinders before 1/1/1876; Scrapped.
Genl. Haupt USM Mason 124   4-4-0 The engineer's side of Genl. Haupt in Alexandria, Virginia, in 1863US Military Railroad locomotive Genl. Haupt in operation.Some references list this as General Haupt; but it is clear in the photo that the locomotive had Genl. Haupt on the cab side. Acquired new on 1/17/1863; rn General J. C. Robinson; sold 1865 to B&O.
Genl. J. C. Robinson USM Mason 124   4-4-0 Gen. J. C. RobinsonSome references show the name as Gen. J. C. Robinson while others show General J. C. Robinson; but the photo shows Genl. J. C. Robinson. Ex-General Haupt; acquired new on 1/17/1863; sold 1865 to B&O.
Genoa NYOW 81 Rhode 443 10/1872 4-4-0 Rn 10/1887 1st #67.
Genoa V&T 12 Baldwin 3090 1872 4-4-0 Sold 1938; stored in California.
Geo. A. Parker USM Baldwin 1862 4-4-0  
Geo. B. Hubbard TT 47 Grant 1564 11/1882 4-4-0 NG; sold 6/18/1898 to Pine Bluff Arknsas River RR #1; sold 6/10/1907 to Grant Lumber Co, Clio, Ar.
Geo. Bain TT 53 Grant 1542 10/1882 2-6-0 NG; sold 11/1891 to Jose M. Espinoza; delivered 6/1892 to San Luis Potosi, Mexico, for the Ferrocarril Guanajauto A San Luis De La Paz Y Pozos #1; became NdeM #90; lost during Mexican Revolution.
Geo. C. Bode SC&TC 2 Baldwin 3603 5/1874 0-6-0T S 2/1878 to Seattle & Walla Walla #3; rb as 2-6-2T; s 11/1880 to Columbia & Puget Sound #3; destroyed in Seattle fire 6/7/1889; scr.
Geo. D. Fisher TT 9 Grant 11/1880 2-6-0 NG; sold 2/10/1891 to George M. Dilley & Son, Palestine, Tx.
Geo. G. Hunt CV 84 CV St Albans 1872 4-4-0 Rn 1874 #4; rn 1/1/1900 #35.
Geo. H. Benedict M&SP 131 Taunton 443 10/1868 4-4-0 Rn #397 in 1898; rn #1230 in 1899; s 3/1902; rn C. A. Place.
Geo. I. Seney Jr. LB&Mi 25 Baldwin 4461 10/1878 4-4-0  
Geo. L. Stone CV 82 CV St Albans 1871 4-4-0 Rn 1876 #30 to replace Windsor; rn 1892 #25; rn to replace J. R. Langdon.
Geo. L. Woods CP 123 Globe 1865 4-4-0 Off roster by 1886.
Geo. M. Barnard R&B 33 Taunton 509 1870 4-4-0 Rn George B. Chase.
Geo. M. Dilley TT 33 Grant 1510 8/1882 4-4-0 NG; SG'ed 1887; Boiler exploded at Tyler 2/8/1893; scrapped.
Geo. M. Rice CV 62 CV St Albans 1872 4-4-0 Took place of 2nd Richmond.
Geo. M. Tibbetts R&S 28 Schen 407 1865 4-4-0 To D&H #123; scr 1887.
Geo. Sanborn M&M 21 Breese Kneeland 1856 4-4-0 Became M&PDC #21 in 1861; became M&SP #91 in 1868; off roster by 1891.
Geo. Smith M&SP 130 Taunton 442 9/1868 4-4-0 Rn #396 in 1898; rn #1229 in 1899; rn #1415 in 1910; off roster by 3/1907.
Geo. T. Childs CV 80 Rhode 1445 1/1884 2-6-0 Built to replace #80 J. M. Pinkerton; rn 1/1/1900 to #333.
Geo. W. Brown TT 52 Grant 10/1882 2-6-0 NG; SG'ed 6/1887; sold 7/11/1900 to L. W. Dantzler, Moss Point, Ms.
Geo. W. Cobb MPt 1 Taunton 209 10/1856 4-4-0 Became CM&SP #427 in 1880; off roster by 1899.
Geo. W. Kneisley TD&B 12 Mason 627 8/1880 0-6-6T To TC&SL #12 1881.
Geo. Wm. Ballou TD&B 14 Mason 630 9/1880 0-6-6T To TC&SL #14 1881.
Geo. Yaeger V&J Baldwin 718 9/1856 4-4-0 Scr 1866.
George B. Chase R&B 33 Taunton 509 1870 4-4-0 Received as Geo. M. Barnard and immediately renamed; Became Central Vermont #223.
George Dilling GH&SA 54 Manch 900 7/1881 4-4-0 Rn 1885 #702, 659; rn 1901 #181; destroyed in wreck with #136 at Berclair 6/11/1904.
George Dilling SA&AP 42 New York 385 7/1888 2-6-0 Rn 1908 #113; off roster by 1917.
George F. Bragg (1st) SV 5 R Norris 7/1860 4-4-0 Built as Garibaldi for California Central RR; Leased from California Central (#4 Sam Brannan) 5/1862-7/1864.
George F. Bragg (2nd) SV 2nd 5 Cooke 1863 4-4-0 Ex-Freeport Nebraska 1865; sold 1874 to CP 2nd #93; sold 10/1888 to Union Coal Co.
George F. Renton Jr. EPC 7        
George F. Talman NA&S Rogers 614 10/1855 4-4-0 Originally built for the Racine & Mississippi but diverted to NA&S; Became LNA&C 31 Telegraph; rn 60 c. 1885.
George H. Emerson B&O 5600   1937 4-4-4-4  
George Hall CR&B Rogers 49 10/1843 4-4-0  
George Hood   Hinkley 1105      
George Leavitt Adir 3 Schen 636 1870 4-4-0 Rn #6; rn C. E. Durkee.
George Lyman NA&S NA&S NA   4-4-0 Became LNA&C 16, Alaric, in 1859.
George Mason RF&P 616 Baldwin 1944 or 1945 4-8-4  
George McCloud L&N Baldwin      
George Nichols CV 7 CV St Albans 1878 2-6-0 Renum 300 1/1/1900; scrapped 1902.
George S. Brown B&D 4 Baldwin 6140 1882 2-8-0 Built as D&RG #293, but diverted to the B&D on completion; wrecked at Vale in 1899.
George Stephenson MWCR 2     2-2-0 George Stephenson on the Mount Washington Cog Railway
George W. Fulton Jr. SA&AP 19 Baldwin 8658 7/1887 2-6-0 Rn 1908 #110; off roster by 1917.
George Washington P&C Norris 6/1836 4-2-0  
George Washington RF&P 614 Baldwin 1944 or 1945 4-8-4  
George White RF&P 620 Baldwin 1944 or 1945 4-8-4  
George Winchester NCe 20 Newcastle 1846 4-4-0 Off roster by 1872.
Georgia CR&B Rogers 604 9/1855 4-4-0  
Georgia (1st) CV 31 Amoskeag 1852 4-4-0 ex-El Dorado; sold to Canadian Atlantic in 1883.
Georgia (2nd) CV 31 Mason   4-4-0 Rb 1871; ex-B&L Lamoille; exchanged 12/1884 for CV #19 Bethel; scrapped 1890.
Georgia SRR Baldwin 932 5/1860 4-4-0 Off roster after 1877.
Georgina SC&TC 3 Baldwin 3713 4/1875 0-6-0T S 2/1878 to Seattle & Walla Walla #4; s 11/1880 to Columbia & Puget Sound #4; off roster by 1890.
Geronimo Trevino FCMYG 1 Rogers 4094 1/1889 2-6-0 Rn 1902 #106.
Geyser SF&NP 4 Union 16 1873 4-4-0 Scr 1904.
Giant CP 89 Rhode 57 6/1868 4-6-0 Rn 1891 #1050, 1058; scr 6/30/1919, Sacramento.
Gigue Juc Rogers 566 2/1855 4-6-0  
Giles Merrill CV CV Northfield 1865 4-4-0 Scrapped 1893.
Gladiator CP 90 Rhode 58 7/1868 4-6-0 Rn 1891 #1551, 1049; scr 6/27/1906, Los Angeles.
Glenbrook TNG 2 Baldwin 3712 3/1875 2-6-0 NG; S 1/31/1899 to Lake Tahoe Ry & Navigation Co. #1.
Glencoe LC&M 17 Taunton 215 10/1856 4-4-0 Rn #20; became M&SP #20 in 1863; off roster by 1892.
Glendale CH&D Rogers 315 4/1852 4-4-0  
Glengary   Taunton 49 3/1850 4-4-0 Privately owned; ex-R&B #8 Pittsford.
Glidden ATSF 28 Taunton 579 8/1872 4-4-0  
Golden Eagle CP 119 Cooke 8/1868 4-4-0 Rn 1891 #1134; rb coal 7/15/1870.
Goldfield CC&V 1     0-4+4-0 2 ft gauge; ex-Minas Mexicana Peñoles #1.
Gold Run CP 28 M & Aldus 1/1867 4-4-0 Rn 1891 #1191; scr 12/20/1898.
Gold Town D&RG 47 Baldwin 4985 1880 2-8-0  
Goliath CP 27 Cooke 2/1867 0-6-0T Goliath in use on Central Pacific at Wadsworth Rn 1891 #1013; rb by 1875; rb by 1891; scr 8/3/1906 W Oakland.
Goliath OR&LC 8   1878 0-4-2T Ex-Sonoma Valley RR Sonoma.
Goodwin ATSF 93 Hinkley 1879 4-4-0  
Goo Goo CO&I 3 Dickson 204 4/1879 0-4-0 Became Dannemora #3 (?).
Gordon CR&B Rogers 44 6/1843 4-4-0  
Gorgona Pan Portland 1854 0-4-0  
Gorilla CP 86 Rogers 1516 5/1868 4-6-0 Rn 1891 #1547; rb by 1878; scr 10/6/1899, Sacramento.
Goshen VRR 3 Baldwin 8251 11/1886 2-4-0 Sold 1898 to Anderson & Bella Vista #2; destroyed by fire 12/10/1905.
Gosport NA&S Norris 1851 4-4-0 Became LNA&C 8, Apollo, in 1859.
Gouv'r. Morris   Rogers 293 12/1851 4-4-0 Moshein & Rothfus show this locomotive as purchased by "Gouverneur Morris" but note that it may have been purchased for the NY&H.
Gov. Bradford OC Hinkley 1845    
Gov. Bullock Jr. Che Pittsburgh 1871 4-4-0  
Gov. Carver OC Hinkley 1845    
Gov. Chittenden T&R Taunton 100 1852 4-4-0 Became D&H 112.
Gov. Fish NJR&T Rogers 381 3/1853 4-4-0  
Gov. Gilpin D&S 1 Baldwin 1874 0-4-0 Passenger unit disguised as streetcar.
Gov. Hubbard TT 1 National 2/1877 2-6-0 NG; Sold 12/1887 to F. De Zimapan, Hidalgo, Mex.
Gov. Jay   Rogers 321 5/1852 4-4-0 Moshein & Rothfus show this locomotive as purchased by Gouverneur Morris and may have been purchased for the NY&H.
Gov. Morgan T&NO 5 Baldwin 4543 2/1879 4-4-0 Rn 1885 #565; rn 1901 #143; scr 5/15/1916 Ennis.
Gov. Morrow LMRR Rogers 28 4/1841 4-4-0  
Gov. Page R&S 34 Schen 499 1868 4-4-0 To D&H #129; sold to A&StL #1.
Gov. Paine CV 1 Baldwin 1849 4-2-2 Deliv. 9/7/1849; Rebuilt to 4-4-0 and renamed J. Clark on 9/12/1863.
Gov. Pollock NCe 36 Lancaster 7/1858 4-4-0 Built for Sunbury & Erie RR.
Gov. Richard Coke T&NO 1 Baldwin 3657 10/1874 4-4-0 Rn 1885 #557; rn 1901 #137; off roster by 1909.
Gov. Robinson CO&I 1 Dickson 184 8/1878 4-4-0 Became Dannemora #1 (?).
Gov. Seymour H&NH Rogers 362 12/1852 4-4-0  
Gov. Smith (1st) CV 40 Souther 1852 4-4-0 Ex-Iron Horse; sold 1/1884 to SS&C; returned to CV as I. B. Futvoye; also may be referenced unabbreviated.
Gov. Smith (2nd) CV 29 CV St Albans 1883 4-4-0 Last 4-4-0 delivered to CV; built to replace Northfield; rn 1/1/1900 #53; scrapped late 1830s.
Gov. Southard NJR&T Rogers 475 3/1854 4-4-0  
Gov. Trumbull H&P Rogers 192 10/1849 4-4-0  
Government USM Jersey 1862 4-4-0  
Governor W&A Rogers 557 1/1855 4-4-0  
Governor Benjamin Harrison RF&P 604 Baldwin 1938 4-8-4  
Governor Claude A. Swanson RF&P 612 Baldwin 1942 4-8-4  
Governor Edmund Randolph RF&P 607 Baldwin 1942 4-8-4  
Governor Fitzhugh Lee RF&P 610 Baldwin 1942 4-8-4  
Governor Helms L&N Fairbanks      
Governor Henry A. Wise RF&P 608 Baldwin 1942 4-8-4  
Governor James Monroe RF&P 605 Baldwin 1938 4-8-4  
Governor John Letcher RF&P 609 Baldwin 1942 4-8-4  
Governor John Tyler RF&P 606 Baldwin 1938 4-8-4  
Governor Nye USM Norris   4-4-0 Governor Nye in serviceAcquired new on 2/18/1863; still on USM roster as of 4/1866.
Governor Page Rut 11 Taunton 447 11/1868 4-4-0 Became Central Vermont #205 L. E. Roys 1891; rn 1901 #64.
Governor Patrick Henry RF&P 601 Baldwin 1938 4-8-4  
Governor Stanford CP 1 Norris 1040 11/1863 4-4-0 Rb by 1878; on loan to California State RR Museum, Sacramento.
Governor Thomas Jefferson RF&P 602 Baldwin 1938 4-8-4  
Governor Thomas Nelson RF&P 603 Baldwin 1938 4-8-4  
Governor Underwood R&B 29 Taunton 366 1865 4-4-0 Rn J. Burdette; rb 1877; became Central Vermont #219. Another source shows this engine as being traded in to Baldwin in 1860 by P&R. Baldwin probably resold the engine rather than scrapping and rebuilding for the next customer.
Governor William Smith RF&P 611 Baldwin 1942 4-8-4  
Gowan & Marx P&R E & Harrison 18 1839 4-4-0 Ordered in summer 1839; named for a London, England, banking firm; pulled the first train between Reading and Philadelphia on December 5, 1839; pulled a record-length 101-car train weighing 423 tons on February 20, 1840; designed to burn coal, but burned wood until January 1855; rb 8/1856; soon after 1857 traded-in to Baldwin for new engines.
Granada ATSF 43 Mason 558 4/1876 4-4-0  
Granby CV 28 H & Drury 1848 4-4-0 Ex-Sorelle; sold 8/1881.
Grand Canne LW 7 Baldwin 4945 1/1880 4-4-0 Rn 1885 #549; rn 1901 #129; scr 6/24/1913 Algiers.
Grand Canyon D&RG 41 Baldwin 4940 1/1880 2-8-0  
Grand Maree LW 5 Baldwin 5099 5/1880 4-4-0 Rn 1885 #555; rn 1901 #134; s 3/9/1909 to Industrial Lumber Co., Beaumont, Tx.
Granite City (1st) BRR 1 Baldwin 9946 1889 2-4-2ST Ex-Brooklyn, Bath & West End Ry 1888; s 12/9/1890 Boston, Concord & Montreal; leased to M&WR 1/19/1892; wrecked 5/20/1893; rb by 7/10/1893; rn 10/8/1902 Montpelier; s 1913 to White River RR.
Granite City (2nd) BRR 4 Baldwin 20931 9/1902 0-6-2ST Xferred to Barre & Chelsea #4 9/18/1913; s 1940 to Rock of Ages #4; in Montpelier roundhouse fire 2/7/1907; scr 1951.
Granite State BC&M 2nd 1 Manch 574 4/1873 4-4-0 Ex-M&WR #3 Marshfield.
Grape Shot USM Taunton 301   4-4-0 Ex-W. A. Murphy; sold 1865 to North Carolina Railroad.
Grasshopper ATSF 27 Taunton 574 7/1872 4-4-0  
Grasshopper ShL     0-4-0T  
Grass Valley NCNG 1 Baldwin 3762 7/1875 4-4-0 Scr 1936.
Gray ATSF 77 Hinkley 1879 4-4-0  
Great Gulf MWCR 6 Manchester 1906 0-2-2-0  
Great Western NOO&GW Rogers 446 12/1853 4-4-0 Became ML&T #16; rn 1885 516; off roster by 1/1897.
Great Western V&J Baldwin 157 5/1840 4-2-0 Off roster by 5/1866; listed in Railway & Locomotive Historical Society bulletin #101 as Commercial RR.
Greeley ATSF 202 Baldwin 4411 9/1878 4-4-0  
Green Bay M&N 8 Baldwin 3014 11/1872 4-4-0 Rn #23; became CM&SP #923 in 1893; rn #1298 in 1899; rn #1460 in 1910; rn #153 in 1913; off roster 6/1914.
Green Mountain R&B 19 Hinkley 552 1854 4-4-0 Ex-Ethan Allen.
Green Ridge NCe 37 Swinburne 7/1858 4-4-0 Built for Sunbury & Erie RR.
Green River D&RG 400 Baldwin   2-8-0 Now at Knott's Berry Farm in Anaheim, Ca.
Green River L&N M & Richardson      
Greencastle NA&S Hinkley 402 9/1852 4-4-0 Became LNA&C 22, Comet, in 1859.
Greene MR&LE Rogers 389 4/1853 4-4-0  
Greenhorn D&RG 17 Baldwin 3869 1876 4-4-0  
Greenwood M&I Rogers 144 9/1848 4-4-0  
Gregory NJR&T Rogers 129 5/1848 4-4-0  
Grey Eagle CP 118 Cooke 8/1868 4-4-0 Rn 1891 #1133; rb by 1875; scr 10/1899 Sacramento.
Grey Fox CP 150 Schen 532 1/1869 4-4-0 Rn 1891 #1217; scr 10/1899 Sacramento.
Greyhound CP 131 Rhode 76 11/1868 4-4-0 Rb coal 7/26/1872; sold 1/1872 to SF&NP #131 Greyhound; scr by 1892.
Greyhound SF&NP 131 Rhode 76 11/1868 4-4-0 Rb coal 7/26/1872; ex-CP #131 Greyhound; scr by 1892.
Griffin CP 47 M & Aldus 9/1867 4-6-0 Rn 1891 #1260; rb 7/19/1872 as 4-4-0; scr 10/6/1899 Sac.
Grizzly CP 56 Schen 493 5/1868 4-6-0 Rn 1891 #1532; scr 1/4/1896.
Groton M&WR 4 Manch 575 4/1873 4-4-0 S 7/29/1875 to C&PR 2nd #25 Amos Barnes; became B&M #438 1887; s 12/12/1895 to Poulterer & Co.
Grove BM&L 2 Union 27 1881 0-6-0  
Growler CP 75 Cooke 4/1868 4-6-0 Rn 1891 #1543; rn 1901 #2009, #1012; scr 5/1903.
Guamutas Juc Rogers 302 2/1852 4-4-0  
Guanajuato FCCM 6 Baldwin 5369 11/1880 4-6-0 Rn 1902 #402.
Guaymas FCDS 3 Rogers 2646 10/1880 4-4-0 Rn 8/9/1907 #57; off roster by 7/1910.
Guilford NH&NL Rogers 319 5/1852 4-4-0  
Guilford NYOW 23 Rhode 297 7/1871 2-6-0 Traded 5/16/1887 to Sinnemahoning Valley RR with 1st #31 for SV #2 (became NYOW 2nd 89).
Gunnison D&RG 94 Baldwin 5139 1880 4-4-0  
Guston Silv Lima   2T Shay Traded for RGS 2-8-0 #34 in 1892; sold 1899.
Gypsy E&KR 2     0-4-0T  

Photo credits

  • Gabriel - Cropped from a scan of the original photograph available at Wikimedia Commons. The image description page for this photograph (retrieved May 7, 2009) asserts that this image is in the public domain due to its age.
  • Gen. J. C. Robinson - Cropped from a scan of the original photograph, one of two plates of a stereograph image, online at the Library of Congress website. The rights and reproductions page for this image (retrieved December 21, 2008) asserts "There are no known restrictions on these photographs."
  • General (W&A) - The image description page (retrieved October 24, 2008) at Wikimedia Commons asserts that "The copyright holder of this file allows anyone to use it for any purpose, provided that Credit is given to the photographer, Harvey Henkelman."
  • Genl. Haupt (engineer's side) - Cropped from a scan of the original photo available at the Library of Congress Prints and Photographs Division website.  The original photograph was made by Andrew J. Russell.  The photograph description page (retrieved July 16, 2009) asserts that there are "no known restrictions on publication."
  • Genl. Haupt (fireman's side) - This image was obtained from the Civil War Photos collection of the US National Archives. Although exact photographer information is not included in the collection, it is likely that the photograph was made by an employee of the US Government while in his official line of duty. Also, this photograph was made during the 1860s. Therefore, I believe this photograph is in the public domain.
  • George Stephenson - The image description page (retrieved October 24, 2008) at Wikimedia Commons asserts that since this photo was first published in the United States before 1923, it is therefore in the public domain.
  • Goliath (CP) - Cropped from a scan of the original stereocard available at the Library of Congress. The MARC record for this image (retrieved October 24, 2008) asserts that there are "No known restrictions on publication."
  • Governor Nye - Cropped from a scan of the original photograph, one of two plates of a stereograph image, available at the Library of Congress website. The rights and reproductions page for this image (retrieved December 21, 2008) asserts "There are no known restrictions on these photographs."