Locomotive names of North America beginning with T

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

Name Railroad, # Builder, s/n Build date Whyte type Notes
T. C. Culberhouse TT 25 Grant 6/1882 2-6-0 NG; sold 9/1887 to Sulphur Lumber Co.
T. C. Durant Adir 5 Schen 1949 1884 4-4-0  
T. C. Wheeler ATSF 0175 ATSF Topeka 3 1882 4-4-0  
T. D. Judah CP 4 Cooke 11/1863 4-2-4T Sold 1889 to Wellington Colliery Co., Vancouver Island, BC, Canada; became WCRy Queen Anne; scr 1912.
T. D. Wilson H&TC 32 Rogers   4-4-0  
T. Dame SF&SJ 3 Mason 141 1863 4-4-0 Rn Pacific; to SP #3 1868; rn 1891 #1110; scr 8/1892.
T. F. Murchison TT 74 Grant 1584 1/1884 2-6-0 NG; SG'ed 11/1895; sold 7/1/1901 to King-Ryder Lumber Co.
T. H. West TT 11 Grant 10/1881 2-6-0 NG; sold 8/9/1890 to Sabine Pass & Red River Ry.
T. J. Latham H&TC 37 Rogers   4-4-0  
T. J. Lowe TT 19 Grant 3/1882 2-6-0 NG; sold 11/3/1889 to G. M. Dilley & Son.
T. M. Bagby H&TC 15 Schen 591 10/1869 4-4-0 Rn 1885 #15; rn 2nd #2 by 1899; off roster by 1908.
T. M. Deal CV M & Aldus   4-4-0 Ex-St. Johns.
T. Nickerson ATSF 15 Taunton 548 11/1871 4-4-0  
T. R. Bonner TT 20 Grant 3/1882 2-6-0 NG; sold 1/8/1890 to Pine Bluff, Monroe & New Orleans #2; retired 1906.
T. S. Davis LC&M 31 Swinburne 1854 4-4-0 Acquired 7/1861; became M&SP #31 in 1863; rb 1871; became M&StL #31.
T. S. Dobbins Ch&P 2 Rogers 2191 1/1873 4-4-0 Became CM&SP #333 in 1880; off roster by 1899.
T. S. Faxton U&BR     4-4-0  
T. S. Garnett C&SC Rogers 414 8/1853 4-4-0  
T. W. House H&TC 27 Schen 658 9/1870 4-4-0  
T. W. House HE&WT 12 Dickson 435 8/1883 4-4-0  
T. W. Park CV 42 CV St Albans 1873 4-4-0 Replaced A. B. Foster. Rn c. 1884 to J. W. Emery.
T. W. Williams NLWP Taunton 1849 4-4-0 Ex-Willimantic; named for the road's first president.
Tabi-Wachi D&RG 2 Baldwin 2479 1871 2-6-0  
Tahoe CP 30 Norris 5/1867 4-4-0 Scr 9/1887.
Tahoe TNG 1 Baldwin 3709 3/1875 2-6-0 NG; S 6/1899 to Nevada County Narrow Gauge RR #5; on display Nevada City, Nv.
Tahoe V&T 20 Baldwin 3687 1875 2-6-0 Sold 1942 to C. C. Bong Construction Co., El Monte, Ca.
Talisman   New Jersey c. 1857 4-4-0  
Tallahassee SW Rogers 333 8/1852 4-4-0  
Tallasooba V&J Baldwin 531 6/1853 4-4-0 Off roster between 1875 and 1877.
Tamalpais NPC 7 Baldwin 3721 1875 4-4-0 NG; Bec NoS #7 1902; bec NWP #7; rn #80; scr 1911.
Tamaqua LSNR Baldwin 46 1836 4-2-0  
Tamaroo CP 21 M & Aldus 8/1866 4-6-0 Rn 1891 #1524, #1055;s to Amador Central #4 9/8/1909.
Tamaulipas FCCM 31 Taunton 822 12/1881 4-4-0 Rn #43.
Tampico FCCM 50 Rhode 991 6/1881 0-4-0 Rn 1902 #1013.
Tecoh FCUY 64 Baldwin 6017 1/1882 4-4-0 Ex-FCM&P #2; scr.
Telegraph A&GW Jersey City 7/1864    
Telegraph A&LG Rogers 618 10/1855 4-4-0  
Telegraph B&SL Rogers 350 11/1852 4-4-0  
Telegraph LNA&C 31 Rogers 614 10/1855 4-4-0 Ex-NA&S George F. Talman; rn 60.
Temax FCUY 43 Baldwin 23759 2/1904 4-6-0 Scr 1955.
Tempe MP&SR 4 Baldwin 8539 4/1887 4-6-0  
Tempe Arizona LeC 1 Crown 1963    
Tempest CP 87 Rogers 1517 5/1868 4-6-0 Rn 1891 #1548; rb by 1878; scr 10/1899 at Sacramento.
Tempest NY&H Rogers 297 1/1852 4-4-0  
Ten Eyck A&N 2 Schen 17 1852 4-4-0  
Ten Mile D&RG 91 Baldwin 5107 5/1880 4-4-0  
Tenabo FCUY 45 Baldwin 23757 2/1904 4-6-0 Scr 1949.
Tennessee GR&BC Baldwin 1837 4-2-0 Rb 12/8/1842 by Baldwin as an 0-6-0 with a flexible frame and assigned a new serial number of 180.
Tennessee P&R P&R Reading 1852 2-6-0  
Tepexi FCTHL 2 Baldwin 20371 4/1902 2-8-0 Sold to FC Mexicano in 1910; retired 1952.
Teran FCMYG 12 Rogers 4368 8/1890 4-6-0 Rn 1902 #459.
Terrapin D&HG 3 Cooke 1861 0-4-0 Ex-Honesdale.
Terrebonne NOO&GW Niles 9/1855 4-4-0 Became ML&T #4; rn 1885 #504; off roster by 1/1897.
Terreras FCHN 3 Baldwin 6728 4/1883 4-4-0 Retired by 1908.
Terrible CP 73 Cooke 3/1868 4-6-0 Rn 1891 #1541; scr 10/1899 at Sacramento.
Terror NY&H Rogers 301 2/1852 4-4-0  
Texas BBB&C Wilmarth   0-4-0T Built before 12/1853; sold circa 1869.
Texas NOO&GW Niles 11/1853 4-4-0 Became ML&T #14; rn 1885 #514; off roster by 1/1897.
Texas W&A Rogers   4-4-0 This locomotive was used to chase the General in the Great Locomotive Chase during the Civil War.  Preserved in the Cyclorama Building in Grant Park, Atlanta, Georgia; added to the National Register of Historic Places on June 19, 1973.
More information: Wikipedia.
Texas Creek D&RG 44 Baldwin 4974 1880 2-8-0  
Texas II SMSRy   1920s   Ex-Talbottom Railroad #349.
Texcoco Irolo 1 Baldwin 6086 3/1882 2-8-0 Became FCI (Mexico) #7 in 1889.
Tezontepec FCHN 19 Baldwin 14965 7/1896 2-8-0 Became NdeM #19 in 1908.
Thames (1st) NLN 6 Manch 1857 4-4-0 Wrecked with CV #16 Willimantic at Scotch Gap, Vermont, 9/18/1891.
Thames (2nd) NLN 6 Hinkley 1879 4-4-0 Rn 12/1893 #23; rn 8/1891 #173; wrecked, sold on scrap wheels 9/18/1891.
Thatcher ATSF 101 Baldwin 4332 5/1878 4-4-0 Ex-P&AV #101.
Thatcher Perkins B&O 117 B&O Mt Clare 1863 4-6-0 This locomotive was not used for some time due to its heavy weight.  Preserved at the Baltimore & Ohio Railroad Museum; damaged in the museum's roof collapse of 2003.
More information: B&O Railroad Museum.
Thayandanega S&U Rogers 110 10/1847 4-4-0  
(The Freak) NPC 21 NPC 2 1901 4-4-0 Cab-forward; The Freak was the nickname for this locomotive, officially named Thomas Stetson.
The Stranger (1st) CV 34 Taunton 8/1852 4-4-0 Sold 8/1/1871 to Rutland Division; rn #39 Ticonderoga.
The Stranger (2nd) CV 34 CV St Albans 1872 4-4-0 Built to replace the first The Stranger after it was sold in 1871.
The Team PP&J 3 Manch 9/1875 0-4-0 Rn 1881 #485 for Wabash, St. Louis & Pacific Railroad; rn #1485.
Theodore Kosse H&TC 22 Schen 646 8/1870 4-4-0  
Thomas Bennet SC Rogers 336 8/1852 4-4-0  
Thomas C. Jenkins B&D 3 Baldwin 6134 1882 2-8-0 Built as D&RG #292 but diverted to the Baltimore & Delta Railway upon completion; sold to Banner Lumber Company, Kentucky.
Thomas Dickson CO&I 4 Dicson 244 11/1879 2-6-0  
Thomas Dickson CPIC 4 Baldwin 1875 0-4-0T  
Thomas Jefferson B&O 3 B&O 1836 0-4-0T Ex-John Hancock in 1892; rn 1850 #3; retired 1892; later renamed back to John Hancock.
Thomas F. Mason Q&TL 1 Brooks 1889 2-6-0 3 ft narrow gauge locomotive; preserved but stored outside near Franklin, Missouri.
Thomas Rogers NY&H Rogers 194 11/1849 4-4-0  
Thomas Rogers SC Rogers 547 11/1854 4-4-0  
Thomas Stetson NPC 21 NPC 2 1901 4-4-0 Cab forward; built from parts of #5 Bodega; nicknamed The Freak; believed to be the first locomotive in the US with automatic air and 200 lb boiler pressure; scr 1905.
Thomas W. Meany IRR 9 Pittsburgh 403 12/1879 4-4-0  
Thomas White R&S Schen 39 1853 4-4-0 Ex-White; became D&H #107; scr 1881.
Thompson Bird TT 31 Grant 1442 6/1882 2-8-0 NG; standard gauged in 1888; sold 10/24/1893 to Holmes & Son, Wisconsin.
Thos. E. Tutt TT 46 Grant 8/1882 4-4-0 NG; standard gauged 3/1887; sold 3/1898 to Louisiana & Arkansas Railroad.
Thos. Nickerson FCCM 36 Taunton 821 12/1881 4-4-0  
Tiburon SF&NP 14 Grant 1888 4-4-0 Became NWP #14; scr 9/26/1936.
Ticonderoga Mo&P Taunton 116 8/1852 4-4-0 Ex-CV The Stranger; sold 8/1/1871 to R&B as 2nd #39; scr 1880.
Ticonderoga R&S 42 Schen 792 1872 4-4-0 To D&H as #137; rn #235; off roster by 1903.
Ticonderoga S&W     4-4-0  
Ticul (1st) FCUY 39 Baldwin 23031 10/1903 4-6-0 Scr 1949.
Ticul (2nd) FCUY 54 Baldwin 9158 3/1888 4-4-0 Ex-FCM&P #4; scr 1933.
Tiffin MR&LE Rogers 125 4/1848 4-4-0  
Tiger CP 91 Rhode 59 7/1868 4-6-0 Rn 1891 #1552 and later to #1059; scr 2/27/1911 at West Oakland.
Tiger Mach H & Drury before 1846 0-4-0 Sold as scrap to Thomas Towle in the 1890s; scrapped.
Tiger NOO&GW Niles 9/1855 4-4-0 Became ML&T #6; rn 1885 #506; off roster by 1897.
Tiger USM Jersey   4-4-0 Purchased new on January 23, 2863; s 1865 to B&O.
Timothy F. Strong T&R Amoskeag 54 1852 4-4-0 Became D&H #113.
Timothy Follette R&B 23 Amoskeag 72 3/1853 4-4-0 Rb 1866; rb and rn Colonel Merrill in 1875; became Central Vermont #213; scr 1890.
Tinon FCUY 46 Baldwin 23739 2/1904 0-6-0 Ret 1960.
Tioga NY&E Baldwin 12/1848 4-4-0 6 ft gauge.
Tioga P&C 404 Norris 1848 4-4-0  
Tip Top CP 52 M & Aldus 10/1867 4-4-0 Rb 11/16/1875; rb again by 1891; rn 1891 #1271; scr 1/15/1900 at Sacramento.
Titan B&M 52 Hinkley 1872 4-4-0  
Titan LC&M 4 Lawrence 7/1855 4-4-0 Rb 1858 as an 0-4-0; became M&SP #4 in 1863; rn #1 in 1898; rn #1000 in 1899; scr 8/1905.
Tizayuca FCHN 23 Baldwin 17960 7/1900 2-8-0 NG; became NdeM #23 in 1908.
Tlalnepantla MT&C 2        
Tobesofkee SW Rogers 238 11/1850 4-4-0  
Toiyabe CP 48 Grant 553 12/1867 4-6-0T Rb 9/7/1868 with a tender; rb 10/30/1873 to burn coal; rb 4/23/1883 as a 4-4-0; rn 1891 #1366; scr 10/1900 at Sacramento.
Toledo TD&B 18 Hinkley 1362 2/1881 0-6-4T Became TC&SL #18.
Tom Rogers SF&NP 13 Rogers 3306 1884 4-4-0 Became NWP #20; scr 9/26/1936.
Tom Thumb B&O Peter Cooper 1830 2-2-0 The success of burning anthracite coal in this locomotive led to B&O's decision to specify coal as the fuel of choice for all locomotives beginning in 1831.
More information: Wikipedia.
Tom Thumb B&O B&O M Clare 1927 2-2-0 Replica of the original locomotive built for participation in the 1927 Fair of the Iron Horse. Preserved in operational condition at the B&O Railroad Musuem, Baltimore.
Tomah M&SP 155 Mason 379 10/1870 4-4-0 Rn #1262 in 1899; off roster by 1907.
Tomales (1st) NPC 3 Mason 563 7/1876 0-6-6 Built for but never delivered to NPC; shipped to Minnesota Midland Railway; became GH&SA #22 Dixie Crosby; became SP #658 in 1884 and standard gauged.
Tomales (2nd) NPC 3 Baldwin 3722 1875 4-4-0 Built as #8 but renumbered #3 when the Mason locomotive was not received; became NoS #3 in 1902; became NWP #3; rn #83; scr 1913.
Tomichi D&RG 55 Baldwin 5011 1880 2-8-0  
Tomoka FEC 3     4-4-0 Sold to Allen Works.
Tompkins NYOW 79 Rhode 431 9/1872 2-6-0 Rn #68 (1st) in 1873; rn #78 (2nd).
Topeka ATSF 16 Taunton 553 1/1872 4-4-0  
Toquima CP 49 Grant 554 12/1867 4-6-0T Rb 10/1868 with a tender; rb 9/18/1871 as a 4-4-0; rn 1891 #1261; scr 2/1900 at Sacramento.
Tornado LNA&C 33 M & Richardson 1859 4-4-0  
Tornado NY&H Rogers 300 2/1852 4-4-0  
Tornado R&G        
Toronto OS&H 2 J Good 1853 4-4-0 First locomotive built in Canada; sold to Northern Railway of Canada; scr circa 1881.
Torreon FCCM 17 (2nd) Taunton 825 12/1881 4-4-0 Rn #51.
Trapper CP 134 Rhode 79 11/1868 4-4-0 Rn 1891 #1142; scr 1891.
Traveler B&SL Rogers 354 11/1852 4-4-0  
Traveler LNA&C 28 Norris 5/1851 4-4-0 Ex-NA&S Montgomery; rb 1860 at Michigan City.
Traveller B&O   1833 0-4-0 Ex-Indian Chief.
Treasury Mountain D&RG Baldwin   2-8-0 C-16 class.
Trenor L. Park B&R 12 Schen 1919 1884 4-4-0 Sold to Rutland as #171; rn #794.
Trenor W. Park B&R 5 (2nd) Schen 3351 1891 2-6-0 Sold 1881 to Rutland as #380.
Trent O&LC 6 (1st) Essex 8/1851 4-4-0  
Tres Piedras D&RG 64 Baldwin 5069 5/1880 2-8-0  
Trevithick GT 209 GT Pt St C 5/1859 4-4-0 First locomotive built by GT.
Trinchera D&RG 23 Baldwin 4158 1877 2-6-0  
Trinidad ATSF 44 Baldwin 3852 2/1876 4-4-0  
Troy NY&H Rogers 303 3/1852 4-4-0 Originally ordered by and built for the New Haven & New London but was delivered to the NY&H.
Troy R&S  Wilmarth 1852 4-4-0 Exploded in 1865 at Whitehall.
Truckee CP 12 Mason 217 11/1865 4-6-0 Rb 12/14/1870 to burn coal; scr 6/22/1906 at Los Angeles.
Truckee V&T 19 Baldwin 3685 1875 2-6-0 Sold 1901 to Verdi Lumber Company.
Truxton NYOW 100 Rhode 546 8/1873 2-6-0 Scrapped 1896.
Tula FCCM 7 Baldwin 5828 9/1881 4-4-0  
Tula MT&C 4        
Tulancingo FCHN 22 Baldwin 17457 2/1900 2-8-0 NG; became NdeM #22 in 1908.
Tulare CP 43 Norris 7/1860 4-4-0 Ex-California Central 12/22/1865; standard gauged in 1866; rb 11/1876 as a 4-4-2T; rn 1891 #1005.
Tunkas FCUY 27 Baldwin 16022 7/1898 4-4-0 Ex-M&V #7; scrapped.
Tunkhannock LG Rogers 266 6/1851 4-6-0 Moshein & Rothfus list this locomotive as built in 6/1866, but judging by where it falls in the construction list as serial number 266, this must be a typo and the year is more likely 1851.
Tuolumne CP 42 Norris 7/1860 4-4-0 Ex-California Central 12/22/1865; standard gauged in 1866; rb 2/1871 as a 4-4-2T; rn 1891 #1004; scr 1892.
Turtle O&LC 20 (2nd) Malone   0-4-0  
Tuscalameta V&J Norris 1857 4-4-0 (?) Off roster between 1871 and 1874.
Tuscarora EBT 8 Baldwin 8919 11/1887 4-6-0 Sold 10/1913 to Birmingham Rail & Locomotive Company; became Oak Grove & Georgetown Railroad #8.
Tuscarora H&BTM   c. 1859 0-8-0 Camelback locomotive; exploded 9/11/1868.
Tuscarora LSNR Baldwin 47 1836 4-2-0  
Tuscarora TRR Rogers 29 5/1841 4-4-0  
Tuxpam FCHN 12 Baldwin 11703 3/1891 2-8-0 NG; became NdeM #4 in 1908.
Twitchell ATSF 22 Taunton 576 8/1872 4-4-0  
Tybo E&P 3 Baldwin 3701 3/1875 2-6-0 Sold 1901 to Inyo Development Company; sold circa 1910; became Bodie & Benton Railway #4.
Tycoon CP 66 M & Aldus 3/1868 4-4-0 Rb 5/28/1870 to burn coal; rn 1891 #1200; rn 1901 #1218; rn 1906 #1490; scr 11/30/1909 at West Oakland.
Tyrone NPC Baldwin 4015 1876 0-4-0 Leased from Duncan Mills Land & Lumber Company.