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1, then 101 4-4-0 Baldwin
2, then 102 4-4-0 Baldwin
TA&G 4-4-0 #102 is shown at Chelsea, in Chattooga County, Georgia. Photo courtesy David Steinberg.
3, then 103 4-4-0 Baldwin
4, then 104 4-4-0 Baldwin The first #4 was too heavy and was sold to the Cincinnati, New Orleans and Texas Pacific (CNO&TP). The locomotive noted here is the second #4.
5 4-4-0 Baldwin
6 2-6-0 Cooke
Chattanooga Southern #6, shortly after delivery. Photo courtesy David Steinberg.
TA&G #6 at Alton Park, 1925. Photo courtesy David Steinberg.
7 2-6-0 Baldwin
8 4-6-0 Baldwin
TA&G #8 at Alton Park. Photo courtesy David Steinberg.
9 4-6-0 Baldwin
100 2-8-0 Baldwin
TA&G #100 was originally ordered by a Cuban railroad, but their order was cancelled. The locomotive was subsequently sold to the Chattanooga Traction Company and was used in the construction of their trackage, and then sold to the TA&G Railway. Photo courtesy David Steinberg.
2nd 101 2-8-0 Baldwin
105 2-8-0 Cooke
TA&G #105 at Alton Park (ex-Louisville & Nashville). Photo courtesy David Steinberg.
106 2-8-0 Rhode Island
TA&G #106 at Alton Park (ex-Louisville & Nashville). Photo courtesy David Steinberg.
107 2-8-0 Rhode Island ex-Louisville & Nashville
108 2-8-0 Baldwin
201 2-8-0 Baldwin Sold to Chattahoochee Valley Railroad, and resold to Atlanta Chapter National Railway Historical Society, now at Southeastern Railway Museum in Atlanta in CV paint.
Builder's photo of #201. Photo courtesy Warren Stephens.
TA&G #201 at Alton Park. Photo courtesy David Steinberg.
Chattahoochee Valley #21. Photo courtesy George Elwood.
ex-TA&G #201 at the Southeastern Railway Museum. Photo courtesy Warren Stephens.
ex-TA&G #201 at the Southeastern Railway Museum. Photo courtesy Warren Stephens.
202 2-8-2 Baldwin
203 2-8-2 Baldwin
204 2-8-2 Baldwin
205 2-8-2 Baldwin
301 2-8-2 Alco
Photo courtesy David Steinberg.
302 2-8-2 Alco
Photo courtesy David Steinberg.
303 2-8-2 Alco
304 2-8-2 Alco
305 2-8-2 Alco
306 2-8-2 Alco
307 2-8-2 Alco
Photo courtesy David Steinberg.
350 2-8-2 Alco
401 2-8-2 Alco
402 2-8-2 Alco
403 2-8-2 Alco
TA&G #403 was acquired in a trade from The Bay Line but never entered service on the TA&G. Photo courtesy David Steinberg.
601 2-8-4 Lima ex-Boston & Albany Berkshire
602 2-8-4 Lima ex-Boston & Albany Berkshire


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