Locomotive names of North America beginning with S

Okay, we're back in the swing of transcribing the old notes of named steam locomotives.  Here's the next big chunk of the list containing locomotive names beginning with S...

Name Railroad, # Builder, s/n Build date Whyte type Notes
S. A. Carlton O&LC 329 Rhode 1584 1885 2-6-0 Became Rutland #398.
S. C. Ashe H&TC 71 Dickson 196 10/1876 4-4-0 Rn 1901 #10; off roster by 1908.
S. C. Bennett GH&SA 57 Manch 904 9/1881 4-4-0 Off roster by 1885.
S. C. Timpson H&TC 69 Dickson 195 9/1876 4-4-0 Became T&NO #9; scr 6/1904.
S. C. Timpson HE&WT 11 Dickson 434 8/1883 4-4-0  
S. Camacho FCDS 6 Rhode 938 5/1881 4-4-0 Rn 9/18/1907 #61.
S. Chamberlain M&SP 51 Rogers 1287 9/1865 4-4-0 Off roster by 1898.
S. E. Bemis TT 16 Grant 1445 3/1882 2-6-0 NG; sold 4/19/1893 to Atlanta Lbr Mills, Tx.
S. F. Vilas Mo&P Taunton 112 1852 4-4-0 Ex-Mooers.
S. G. Boyd PB 2 Porter-B 205 1874 2-4-0  
S. G. Reed OSNCo 4 Cooke 1865 4-4-0 5 ft ga; rb to SG in 1880; became OR&N 4.
S. H. Carlton O&LC 29 Rhode 1584 1885 2-6-0 Rn 329; became Rutland 398.
S. J. Collins M&M 42 Breese Kneeland 1857 4-4-0 Became M&PDC #42 in 1861; became M&SP #113 in 1868; off roster by 1890.
S. L. Woodford CV 17 CV St Albans 1880 2-6-0 Sold 8/1887 to NLN #156.
S. M. Craver R&S Schen 1856 4-2-4T Rn 25; became D&H #120; rb as 4-4-0; scr 1881.
S. M. Dodd TT 61 Grant 10/1882 2-6-0 NG; SG'ed 12/1887; sold 2/16/1900 to Bluff City Lumber Co.
S. M. Manifold Ma&Pa 1 Baldwin 14354 1895 4-4-0 Built for the York Southern at the time of its conversion to standard gauge; retired in 1921.
S. R. Dickey PB 1 Porter-B 1873 2-4-0  
S. S. Merrill M&SP 60 Taunton 378 3/1866 4-4-0 Rb 9/1869; rn #244 in 1898; rn #1243 in 1899; rn #1422 in 1910; rn #141 in 1912; off roster 7/1914.
S. S. Post USM Baldwin      
S. T. Emerson TT 41 Grant 1518 8/1882 4-4-0 NG; sold 10/27/1889 to Yellow Pine Lumber Co.
S. W. Cummings CV 75 Rhode 1651 1/1884 2-6-0 Named for the CV general passenger agent; took place of 2nd Woodstock; rn 1/1/1900 #56; scrapped 1921.
S. W. Dana T&G Rogers 99 5/1847 4-2-2  
S. W. Fordyce TT 39 Grant 1516 8/1882 4-4-0 NG; sold 6/10/1898 to J. E. Bentley Lumber Co.
Sabine LW 2 Baldwin 4610 4/1879 4-4-0 Rn 1885 #552; rn 1901 #131; scr 4/30/1912 Houston.
Sabine ML&T     4-4-0 Sabine on static display sometime between 1909 and 1932
Sabine NOO&GW Niles 6/1857 4-4-0 Became ML&T #5; rn 1885 #505; sold 1897.
Sac KPDP 8 Rogers 1351 1866 4-4-0  
Saco P&O     4-4-0  
Sacramento CalP 8 Mason 290 9/1868 4-4-0 Rn 1891 #1186; scr 7/6/1895.
Sacramento WP A Mason 239 9/1866 4-4-0 Became Central Pacific #168; rn 1891 #1152; scr 3/1894.
Sacramento SV 1 Hinkley 554 1/1855 4-4-0 Sold 12/1866 to CP #166 for use as hoist engine; returned to SV 5/1869 as 2nd #2; exploded at Latrobe 9/16/1876.
Sacro Monte MoRR 6        
Saguenay CV 27 Baldwin 1851 4-4-0 Rb 8/27/1860; involved in wreck 5/20/1864 (rb); rn 3/1869 Middlesex.
Salem NA&S Norris 1851 4-4-0 Became LNA&C 3, Carrier, in 1859; rn Ceres.
Salem O&C 5 Baldwin 2146 5/1870 4-4-0 Rn 1891 #1243; sold 1/1906 to Independence & Monmouth #1243.
Salisbury R&B 41 Hinkley 403 1852 4-4-0 Rb by Taunton 1873; ex-CV Brattleboro; Scrapped 1/1/1876; Became Central Vermont #229.
Salmon (1st) O&LC 1st 25 H & Drury 261 5/1850 4-4-0 Scrapped before 1876.
Sam Brannan CC 3 R Norris 7/1860 4-4-0 Leased to Sacramento Valley as #5 George F. Bragg 5/1862-7/1864; sold 12/22/1865 to CP; rn 1891 #1005; scr 10/7/1899 Sacramento.
Sam Houston GH&SA 36 Manch 783 10/1879 4-4-0 Rn 1885 #696; rn 1901 #187; scr 3/26/1913 Houston.
Sam Maverick SA&AP 5 Baldwin 7765 12/1885 0-4-0 Rn 1908 #102; off roster by 1917.
Sam Sloan DL&W Cooke 1857 4-4-0 Ex-W. E. Dodge; nee-Southport.
Sampson EPC 4     0-6-0T  
Samson AMR     0-6-0 Samson circa 1880
Samson ARy Hackworth 1838 0-6-0 On display in New Glasgow, NS, Canada, as of 1985.
Samson CP 26 Cooke 1/1867 0-6-0T Rb by 1875; rn 1891 #1012; scr 10/1899 at Sacramento.
Samson G&CU Rogers 538 10/1854 4-4-0  
Samson LNA&C 14 NA&S NA   4-4-0 Ex-NA&S James Brooks.
Samson NCe 15 Stephenson 152 8/1838 2-4-0 Rb as 4-4-0.
Samson SPRR Hackworth 1838 0-6-0 Canada's oldest locomotive; now at New Glasgow, Nova Scotia.
Samuel Cupples TT 59 Grant 10/1882 2-6-0 NG; SG'ed 4/1887; sold 2/1900 to Frank Kendall, Kedron, Ar.
Samuel D. Ingham BM G & Eastwick      
Samuel Henshaw R&B 24 (1st) Amoskeag 73 1853 4-6-0 Scr 1868.
Samuel J. Tilden PRR 573     4-4-0  
Samuel North A&S 17 Dickson 30 1868 4-4-0  
San Antonio D&RG 62 Baldwin 5041 5/1880 2-8-0  
San Antonio SA&AP 1 Baldwin 7626 6/1885 4-4-0 Rn 1908 #26, 30; off roster by 1917.
San Bernardino SB&R 1 R & Firth 2 1/1887 0-4-4T Rn 12/1891 #2; sold 7/12/1903 to SP #2; scr 10/25/1911 at Los Angeles.
San Carlos D&RG 10 Baldwin 2897 1872 2-6-0  
San Cristobal D&RG 65 Baldwin 5096 5/1880 2-8-0  
San Francisco SF&SJ 1 R Norris 1008 1862 4-4-0 Became SP #2 1868; rn 1891 #1109; sold 7/28/1892.
San Gabriel LASP 1 Vulcan 5 8/1869 2-2-0 First locomotive in Los Angeles; originally built for the San Francisco & Alameda RR; to LA&SP 1868; sold 4/1874 to SP #30; wrecked near Compton 1/1875; scr 1876.
San Jose WP B Mason 238 9/1866 4-4-0 Became Central Pacific #174; rn 1891 #1153.
San Jose SF&SJ 2 R Norris 1009 1862 4-4-0 Sold to SF&NP #1 9/1870; to NWP #4 2/1908; off roster by 7/15/1920.
San Jose SF&NP 1 Norris 1009 1862 4-4-0 Ex-SF&SJ #1; became NWP #4; retired 7/15/1920.
San Jose WP B W Mason      
San Juan ATSF 46 Baldwin 3882 5/1876 4-4-0  
San Juan D&RG 36 Baldwin 4825 1879 4-4-0  
San Juana FCCM 9 Baldwin 5901 11/1881 4-4-0  
San Judas MRR Baldwin 15682 1/1898 0-4-2T  
San Leandro CP 167 Schen 574 7/1869 4-4-0 Rb to use coal 10/19/1873; sold 10/1873 to LASP #5; became SP of California #34; rn 1891 #1105.
San Lorenzo Irolo 6 Baldwin 6539 12/1882 2-8-0 NG; became FCI (Mexico) #10 in 1889.
San Mateo WP E Baldwin 1513 8/1866 4-4-0 Became Central Pacific #171; sold 9/11/1889 to Eugene Sable Co.
San Mateo SF&SJ 5 Cooke 1864 4-4-0 Ex-Charles McLaughlin.
San Miguel D&RG 86 Baldwin 5042 5/1880 4-4-0  
San Pedro LASP 3 Schen 604 12/1869 4-4-0 Became SP #32; scrapped 1891.
San Pedro MRR Baldwin 21721 3/1903 2-6-2T  
San Rafael NPC 2 Mason 537 1874 0-4-4 Became NoS #2 1902; NWP #2; rn #89; known as The Jackrabbit; burned 1905; rb twice; scr 1912.
San Rafael SF&NP 8 Baldwin 5485 1881 4-4-0 Became NWP #8; used in the movie "The Iron Horse"; ret 5/1/1925.
San Rafael SR&SQ   1869   Scr 1875 at Saucelito.
San Vincente MRR 3 Baldwin 15653 1/1898 2-6-2T  
San Ygnacio MRR Baldwin 15172 2/1897 0-4-2T  
San Ysidro VC&RV 5        
Sandburgh NYOW 37 Baldwin 2643 12/1871 4-4-0 Rb 10/1897 at Cooke as 2nd #14.
Sandia D&RG 78 Baldwin 5225 1880 2-8-0  
Sandusky NJR&T Rogers 1 10/1837 4-2-0 Sold to Mad River & Lake Erie RR; first locomotive to enter Ohio; sold to Paterson & Hudson River RR; 4' 10" Ga.
Sangamon S&M Rogers 140 8/1848 4-4-0  
Santa Clara WP D Baldwin 1512 8/1866 4-4-0 Became Central Pacific #170; rn 1891 #1118; scr 9/1891.
Santa Clara D&RG 13 Baldwin 3806 1/1876 2-6-0  
Santa Cruz TNG 4 Porter-Bell 1875 0-6-0 Ex-Santa Cruz & Felton RR #1.
Santa Fe ATSF 35 Mason 465 7/1872 4-4-0  
Santa Monica LA&I 2 Cooke 1005 11/1875 4-4-0 Rn 1891 #1171; sold 12/1897 to Ventura & Ojai Valley #2; returned to SP 7/1899; rn 1901 #1206; scr 10/1902 Sacramento.
Santa Rita MRR 2 Baldwin 15111 12/1896 0-6-2T  
Santa Rosa SF&NP 5 Union 17 1873 4-4-0 Became NWP #5; scr 1911.
Santiago V&T 23 Baldwin 3889 1876 2-6-0 Sold 1901 to Boca & Loyalton RR, Ca.
Santiam O&C 12 Baldwin 2934 9/1872 4-4-0 Rn 1891 #1250; rn 1906 #1505; scr 1920 at Brooklyn.
Saranac CO&I 9 Dickson 496 7/1884 2-6-0  
Saranac (1st) Mo&P Taunton 106 1852 4-4-0 Ex-Plattsburg.
Saranac (2nd) Mo&P Taunton 37 9/1849 4-4-0 Ex-Rutland #3 Vergennes; Scrapped 1887.
Saranac O&LC 11 (1st) H & Drury 270 8/1850 4-4-0  
Saratoga S&W Rogers 213 5/1850 4-4-0 Originally ordered for the New Haven & Northampton but diverted to the Saratoga & Washington; ex-Mohawk; Became D&H #103.
Saturn CP 70 M & Aldus 5/1868 4-6-0 Rn 1891 #1538; rn 1901 #2003; rb 2/1889; scr 6/14/1910 at Sacramento.
Saturn SRR Baldwin 1482 5/1866 4-4-0 Off roster after 1877.
Saucelito NPC 1 Baldwin 3495 1873 2-6-0 Sold 1876 to White Lumber Co., Elk, Ca., as 4-4-0; scr c. 1903.
Savage   Winans 68     Camelback loco.
Savanna R&M Rogers 692 8/1856 4-4-0 Became WU #6 C. E. Dyer in 1867; became CM&SP #253 in 1879; scrapped 1891.
Savanna WU 13 Breese Kneeland 1856 4-4-0 Ex-R&M Burlington.
Savannah CR&B Rogers 468 2/1854 4-4-0  
Savona CanP 4 Baldwin 1869 2-6-0 Ex-V&T Carson; sold 1887 to Intercontinental Ry #190; rblt to 0-6-0 in 1896; renum to 1025; transferred to Canadain Govt Rys; became Canadian National #7083; scrapped 1926.
Sawyer ATSF 71 Taunton 678 12/1877 4-4-0  
Saxon LSMS 136 Mason 447 3/1872 4-4-0  
Saybrook NH&NL Rogers 320 5/1852 4-4-0  
Schenedoah S&U Rogers 55 6/1844 4-2-2 Moshein and Rothfus note that this unusual spelling is what was listed in the order book at Rogers.
Schuylkill CNGR Baldwin 3878 5/1876 4-4-0 Built for Centennial Intl Exhibition in Philadelphia 1876; operated 156 days.
Schuylkill LS Baldwin 779 8/1857    
Scio OLtd 7 Porter 376 8/1880 2-6-0 Sold 12/28/1903 to Sierra Valleys RR #2; wrecked 6/21/1899; scr.
Scipio NYOW 86 Rhode 532 6/1873 4-4-0 Returned to Rhode Island Loco Works 1874; sold to NJ Midland #81; transferred to NYSW #11.
Scotia GWR GWR Hamilton 1860 0-6-0 5' 6" ga.; First unit built in North America with all steel boiler.
Scout USM Jersey City   4-4-0 Ex-Eclipse.
Screamer ML&T 3 Baldwin 3964 7/1876 2-4-4RT Rn 1885 #503; rn 1901 #4; scr 2/27/1917 at Algiers.
Secretary USM Taunton     Involved in a collision at Union Mills, Virginia, in August 1862.
Seller ATSF 66 Baldwin 4360 6/1878 4-4-0  
Seminole KPDP 21 Rogers 1450 1867 4-4-0  
Seneca KPDP 16 Rogers 1421 1866 4-4-0  
Seneca MR&LE Rogers 31 10/1841 4-2-0 May have been a different wheel arrangement; the Rogers construction lists shows "6-wheel" for this locomotive's arrangement.
Seneca NY&H Taunton 12/1849 4-4-0 Ex-Hudson River RR Champlain.
Sequoia (demo) Baldwin 25503   2-6-2  
Sequoia FB 1 Baldwin 1886 0-4-0 Rb as 2-4-2; became California Western RR #1; s 1906 to Standish & Hickley Lumber Co.
Sera La Sal D&RG 83 Baldwin 5423 12/1883 2-8-0  
Sergeant FEC 1     4-4-0 Sold to Florida Southern.
Severy ATSF 354 Taunton 718 12/1879 4-6-0 Rn 115, 435.
Sevier D&RG 404     4-6-0 Renum to 344.
Sewell ATSF 81 Taunton 699 5/1879 4-6-0 Rn #441.
Shaftsbury WV Hinkley 420 1/1853 4-4-0 Leased to Troy & Boston; Transferred to Bennington & Rutland.
Shakopee LC&M 18 Taunton 216 10/1856 4-4-0 Became M&SP #18 in 1863; rb 1867; rb 1881; off roster by 1892.
Shakopee MV     4-4-0 Had combination coach & tender.
Sharon CV 48 M & Aldus 5/1865 4-4-0 Rn H. K. Adams c. 1874; wrecked 1882.
Shattuck ATSF 80 Taunton 698 5/1879 4-6-0 Rn #440.
Shawangunk NYOW 35 Baldwin 2616 11/1871 4-4-0 Scrapped 1896.
Shawnee ATSF 36 Mason 466 7/1872 0-4-0  
Shawnee KPDP 10 Baldwin 1501 1866 4-4-0  
Shedden T&N 9     0-6-6-0T Double ended.
Shefford CV 3 Amoskeag 1851 4-4-0 Ex-Ontario; wrecked 4/1874.
Shelburne R&B 37 (2nd) Taunton 464 7/1869 4-4-0 Ex-CV #2 St. Albans; to Rutland & Burlington 10/17/1871; Became Central Vermont #227; rn 1892 #204.
Shelby M&SC Rogers 274 8/1851 4-4-0  
Sheldon CV 7 H & Drury 1849 4-4-0 Ex-1st Cascadnac; rb 9/10/1858; wrecked 1878.
Shepard Knapp H&TC 24 Schen 650 8/1870 4-4-0  
Shepherd HE&WT 9 Dickson 348 6/1882 2-6-0  
Sheridan A&P 30 Manch 1032 11/1882 4-4-0  
Sherlock ATSF 5 Taunton 516 11/1870 4-4-0  
Sherman A&P 29 Manch 1031 11/1882 4-4-0  
Shields SCDP 1 Pittsburgh 627 3/1883 4-4-0  
Shirley EBT 5 Baldwin 3612 7/1874 2-8-0 Off roster by 1895.
Shoshone CP 36 Norris 1188 5/1867 4-4-0 Rn 1891 #1181; sold to SF&SJ #13 6/1870; became SP #13 10/1870; sold 7/1892.
Shoshone D&RG 402 Baldwin   2-8-0 Narrow gauge C-16.
Shou-Wa-No D&RG 3 Baldwin 2476 1871 2-6-0 First unit on Denver & Rio Grande.
Shreveport HE&WT 13 Dickson 511 12/1884 4-4-0 Sold to Southern Pine Lumber Co., Diboll, Tx.
Sierra SL 1 Lima 711 6/1902 2T Shay Leased 8/1/1919 to 1/1/1926 to Southern California Edison (Stone & Webster RR) as 2nd #1; Sold 1926 to San Joaquin & Eastern as #1.
Sierra Madre D&RG 70 Baldwin 5133 1880 2-8-0  
Sidney NYOW 20 Rhode 190 8/1870 2-6-0 Sold 5/3/1887.
Silver Cliff D&RG 33 Baldwin 4504   2-8-0  
Simeon DeWitt C&Su Rogers 211 4/1850 4-4-0  
Simpson L&N M & Richardson      
Sioux A&P 14 Taunton 769 1/1881 4-4-0  
Sir George A&NM 4 Pittsburgh 7/1882 4-6-0 Ex-Clifton & Southern Pacific.
Skaggs SF&NP 18 Rogers 4212 1889 4-6-0 Became NWP #101; retired 9/30/1928.
Sleeper ATSF 96 Hinkley 1879 4-4-0  
Smithville NA&S Hinkley 479 9/1853 4-4-0 Became LNA&C 27, Rocket, in 1859.
Smyrna NYOW 24 Rhode 298 8/1871 2-6-0 Sold 5/31/1887.
Sneffels D&RG 73 Baldwin 5138 6/1880 2-8-0 Sold to RGW #73; sold to RGS #29; sold 2/1900 to MS #2.
So. Arkansas D&RG 51 Baldwin 4990 1880 2-8-0  
Socavon MRR 1 Baldwin 15110 12/1896 0-6-2T  
Sol. Simpson Pen 7 Baldwin 30606 4/1907 4-6-0  
Solano CalP 3 Mason 247 2/1867 4-4-0 Rn 1891 #1183; scr 7/6/1895.
Solano CP 40 Norris 7/1860 4-4-0 Rn 1891 #1007; rb as 4-4-2T 8/1876 Sac.; xpl at Oakland 4/20/1872; rb 7/20/1872; rb 1887; scr 6/17/1901 Sac; Ex- California Central; SG'ed 1866; to CP 12/22/1865.
Somerset Som Hinkley   4-4-0 Ex-PS&P; replaced by Caratunk.
Somersworth   Hinkley 1108      
Sonoma WP H Norris-L 13 1864 4-4-0 Became Central Pacific # 173; wrecked near Verdi, Nv., 1868; rb 11/18/1872; used as the prototype to build ten units in 1873; rn 1891 #1285; rn 1901 #1523; scr 12/18/1909 W. Oakland.
Sonoma NPC 12 Baldwin 3843 1876 4-4-0 Sold 1879 Nevada Central Ry #5; used in 1939-40 World's Fair in San Francisco; preserved at transportation museum in SF.
Sonoma SoV 1 Baldwin 4455 10/1878 0-4-2 Sold 1889 to Oahu Ry & Land Co. #8.
Sonora Xanduas FCDS 17 Taunton 826 12/1881 4-4-0 Scr 5/1902.
Sorel (1st) O&LC 1 (1st) Amoskeag 16 4/1851 4-4-0  
Sorel (2nd) O&LC 27 (2nd) Malone 1872 4-4-0 Rn 1/1/1891 #327; sold 1901 to Rutland #76.
Sorelle CV 28 H & Drury 1848 4-4-0 Rb 1/1859; rb 4/1870; rn 12/29/1870 Granby.
Sou'n Wisconsin R&M Rogers 738 2/1857 4-4-0 Became WU #11 H. F. Fuller in 1867; became CM&SP #258 in 1879; off roster by 1899.
South Carolina C&H   1832 2-2-2-2 Double ended.
South Carolina SC West Point 1/1832    
Southern Belle L&N 29 L&N   4-4-0  
Southerner CC 2 R Norris 7/1860 4-4-0 Rn Lincoln.
Southport O&M Cooke 1857 4-4-0 Built to 6-ft gauge; ordered by the Ohio & Mississippi Ry, but refused before delivery; sold 2/1858 to Delaware, Lackawanna & Western; rn 1865 W. E. Dodge; rn 1876 Sam Sloan; last used on the Morris and Essex division of the DL&W; scr 1912.
Spanish Peaks D&RG 18 Baldwin 3871 1876 4-4-0  
Spark USM Norris 1862   Captured by Confederate forces in 1862.
Sparta CaSL 6 Baldwin 3093 1872 2-6-0  
Sparta M&SP 154 Mason 378 10/1870 4-4-0 Rn #1261 in 1899; sold 1906 to J. Marsh as #26.
Speare ATSF 7 Taunton 524 5/1871 4-4-0  
Spitfire CV Newcastle 1849    
Spitfire GWR     4-4-0 Spitfire posed on a turntable in 1859
Spitfire P&R Milner c. 1837    
Spring Green M&M 40 Breese Kneeland 73 5/1857 4-4-0 Became M&PDC #40 in 1861; became M&SP #111 in 1868; s 1889 to Arizona & South Eastern as #1.
Springfield H&NH Rogers 73 9/1845 4-4-0  
Springfield LMRR Rogers 76 12/1845 4-4-0  
Springfield S&M Rogers 226 9/1850 4-4-0  
St. Albans (1st) CV 9 Baldwin 1850 4-4-0 Rb 10/15/1861; rn Milton before 3/1869.
St. Albans (2nd) CV 2 Taunton 7/1869 4-4-0 Originally built for the UP, but sold to CV instead; sold 10/17/1871 to Rut #37 Shelburne.
St. Albans (3rd) CV 2 CV St Albans 1872 4-4-0 Rn 1/1/1900 #33.
St. Alexander CV 76 CV St Albans 1871 4-4-0 Rn 1881 #10 to replace Stanbridge.
St. Armand CV 70 CV St Albans 8/1870 4-4-0 Scrapped 8/1897.
St. Clair (1st) O&LC 20 (1st) Essex 8/1851 4-4-0  
St. Clair (2nd) O&LC 26 (2nd) Malone   4-4-0  
St. Hyacinthe         Rb from Arbrath & Forfar Ry Scotland; broad gauge
St. Johns CV 54 M & Aldus 5/1865 4-4-0 Rebuilt and renamed T. M. Deal in 1881.
St. Landry LW 4 Baldwin 5108 5/1880 4-4-0 Rn 1885 #554; rn 1901 #133; sold 3/11/1905 to Lutcher & Moore Lumber Co.
St. Lawrence (1st) CV 18 Baldwin 1851 4-4-0 Rebuilt 3/11/1858; renamed 3/11/1871 Berkshire.
St. Lawrence (2nd) CV 109 Schen 3639 1892 4-4-0 Rb 1896; private property of Pres. E. C. Smith; off CV roster till 5/1/1899.
St. Lawrence (1st) O&LC 22 (1st) H & Drury 248 10/1849 4-4-0 Rn Deer before 1891.
St. Lawrence (2nd) O&LC 13 (2nd) Malone 1862 4-4-0 Rn 1/1/1891 #313; became Rutland & Burlington #75.
St. Mary NOO&GW Taunton 268 9/1859 4-4-0 Sold to ML&T #8; rn 1885 #508; off roster by late 1890s.
St. Paul SP&C 4 Mason 411 6/1871 4-4-0 Became M&SP #173 in 1872; rn #1264 in 1899; rn #1434 in 1910; off roster in 1913.
St. Regis CO&I 11 Dickson 593 6/1887 4-4-0  
St. Regis (1st) O&LC 23 (1st) H & Drury 281 10/1850 4-4-0  
St. Regis (2nd) O&LC 33 Mason 293 1868 4-4-0 Ex-CV #65 Fairfax; rn 1/1/1891 #333 W. J. Averill.
Stafford (1st) NLN 2 Taunton 1849 4-4-0 Inside connected; exploded at North London Parade 11/1/1878.
Stafford (2nd) NLN 25 CV St Albans 1881 2-6-0 Ex-CV #23 W. H. DuBois; to NLN 9/1887; rn 12/1890 #17; rn 8/1891 #157; transferred to CV 310.
Stag (1st) O&LC 10 (2nd) Malone 1865 4-4-0 Rb 1873; rn Gen. Grant; rn 1/1/1891 #310; scrapped.
Stag (2nd) O&LC 16 (2nd) Malone   4-4-0 Rn 1/1/1891 #316; scrapped.
Stager CP 108 Rogers 1604 9/1868 4-4-0 Rn 1891 #1126; sold by 1896.
Stanbridge CV 10 H & Drury 1848 4-4-0 Ex-Gen. Taylor; sold 1881 to Southeastern Railroad.
Stanislaus CP 41 Norris 6/1867 4-4-0 Rn 1891 #1003; rb as 4-4-2T by 1878; rn #1 (?) 4/1/1905; scr 2/1906.
Star CNJ CNJ Ebport   4-2-4T Inspection locomotive.
State of Maine A&SL Portland 1851 4-4-0  
State of Minn. SP&C 9 Taunton 544 10/1871 4-4-0 Became M&SP #178 in 1872; rn #1269 in 1899; off roster in 8/1908.
Stephen Girard HE&WT 1 National 10/1876 4-4-0  
Stephen Warren R&S   1849 4-4-0  
Sterling F&W Taunton 6/1849   Ex-R&B #5 1st Middlebury.
Sterling USED     0-6-0 Sterling on September 30, 1901
Steubenville S&In Rogers 396 5/1853 4-4-0  
Stillwater DC&T 1 Baldwin 4830 7/1878 4-4-0 To TD&B #10 6/1880.
Stockbridge Hou Rogers 36 1/1842 4-2-2 Although Rogers' 1866 catalog shows a photo of this locomotive as a 4-2-2, the company's order book shows it as a "6-wheel" locomotive that suggests it may have been ordered as a 4-2-0; the Moshein and Rothfus article indicates that this was probably the first Rogers locomotive with a trailing truck.
Stockbridge NYOW 19 Rhode 189 7/1870 2-6-0 Sold before 1893.
Stockholm NYOW 88 Rhode 534 6/1873 4-4-0 Returned to Rhode Island Locomotive Works in 1874; sold to NJ Midland #83; transferred to NYSW #13.
Stockton WP C Baldwin 1519 9/1866 4-4-0 Became Central Pacific #169; rn 1891 #1117; scr 3/1894.
Stokes NC 3 Baldwin 3625 7/1874 2-6-0 S 11/1880 to Utah Eastern.
Stonewall Jackson TxT 1 Rhode 1464 1/1884 4-4-0 Rn 1885 #567; rn 1901 #147; scr 7/31/1913 at Houston.
Storey V&T 3 Union 13 1869 2-6-0 Sold 3/1881 to D. O. Mills; became Canadian Pacific #1 Yale.
Storm CP 61 Schen 510 9/1868 4-4-0 Rn 1891 #1273; rn 1906 #1517; rb 6/29/1873; scr 10/15/1910 at W Oakland.
Stourbridge Lion D&H F & Rastrick 1829 0-4-0 First loco to operate in the US; arrived in New York on May 13, 1829; its first run on rails in the US was made on August 8, 1829, and its second on September 9; soon afterward put into storage near Honesdale; stripped of parts, boiler shipped to John Simpson's foundry in Carbondale, Pennsylvania, for use as a stationary engine; shut down in 1850; foundry reopened in 1856; out of use by 1871; borrowed in 1883 by the Delaware & Hudson for exhibition at the Exposition of Railway Appliances in Chicago, but was stripped of any useful parts by souvenir hunters; delivered to the Smithsonian in October 1890 where it remains today; all other traceable parts were collected by the museum by 1913; the museum attempted to reconstruct the engine but could not.
Stowe (1st) CV 63 Mason 11/1868 4-4-0 Sold to O&LC as W. A. Short.
Stowe (2nd) CV 63 CV St Albans 1872 4-4-0 Built after sale of 1st Stowe; sold 10/1886 to Rutland Division as #1 Burlington.
Stuart Gwynn USM Taunton 297   4-4-0 Acquired new on 5/16/1863; rn General Meade; sold 1865 to B&O.
Success CP 156 Rogers 1654 4/1869 4-4-0 This locomotive was ordered from McKay & Aldus which then went bankrupt so the order was transferred to Rogers & Schenectady; rn 1891 #1223; rn 1906 # 1494; scr 11/30/1909 at Los Angeles.
Sullivan NY&E 7 Rogers 80 3/1846 4-4-0  
Sullivan NYOW 5 Rhode 110 5/1869 4-4-0 Sold 4/1886 to NJNY RR.
Sultana CP 160 Schen 565 6/1869 4-4-0 Rn 1891 #1227; scr 7/6/1895.
Summit CP 53 M & Aldus 10/1867 4-4-0 Rn 1891 #1194; rb by 1891; scr 2/3/1900 at Sacramento.
Sumner L&N     4-4-0  
Sunbeam CP 155 Rhode 87 12/1868 4-4-0 Rn 1891 #1222; rn 1906 #1493; scr 6/11/1907 at Bayshore.
Superior (1st) CV 22 Baldwin 1851 4-4-0 Replaced 1859 with 2nd Superior.
Superior (2nd) CV 22 CV Northfield 1859 4-4-0 Rb 1870; exploded 12/15/1869; rn 3/1871 2nd Lamoille.
Superior HR New York 1 1854 4-4-0 In service 3/1854.
Superior (1st) O&LC 18 (1st) Souther 5/1851 4-4-0 Rebuilt and renamed.
Superior (2nd) O&LC 24 (2nd) Malone   4-4-0  
Susie LBC 1 Baldwin 2568 1871 2-6-0 Began service as D&RG #5 Ouray on 10/13/1871; scr between 4/18/1898 and 5/22/1899.
Susquehanna FBCC Schen 1883 2-8-0  
Susquehanna HR Baldwin 1850 4-2-2  
Susquehanna NCe 24 Locks 27 3/1839 0-4-0 Rb as 4-4-0; rn #74.
Susquehanna NY&E 12 Rogers 130 6/1848 4-6-0 6 ft gauge. This locomotive is generally credited as the first 4-6-0 to have been built by Rogers
Susquehanna P&R Winans 3/1854 0-8-0 Camelback loco.
Susquehanna W&S Locks 1836    
Sussex M&E Rogers 82 5/1846 4-4-0  
Sussex NY&E 6 Rogers      
Sussex NYOW 29 Baldwin 2552 9/1871 4-4-0 Rb 6/1898 at Cooke as 2nd #16.
Swan CP 143 Schen 518 10/1868 4-4-0 Rn 1891 #1147; scr 9/1891.
Swanton (1st) CV 35 Boston 1852 4-4-0 Rebuilt and renamed Richford 7/1870.
Swanton (2nd) CV 72 CV St Albans 6/1870 4-4-0 Rn 1/1/1900 #17.
Swiftsure CP 126 M & Aldus 8/1868 4-4-0 Rn 1891 #1136; scr 6/1892.
Syracuse A&Sy 2 Rogers 7 10/1838 4-2-0  
Syracuse R&Sy Rogers 265 6/1851 4-4-0  

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