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Cabbage Stacks at Slater
A Short Illustrated History of the
The Dowling and Camp Incorporated's
Sawmill at Slater, Florida
Part 4
Dowling and Camp Locomotive Roster

Slater, Fla 1928-1944
by
Donald R Hensley, Jr.
copyright 2003 by Donald R. Hensley, Jr.
No.
Type
Builder
C/N
date blt
cylinders
drivers
History & Notes
1
2-6-2  
Baldwin
42069
5/1915
15x20"
41"
Original S&A Lumber Co. # 101, Jacksonville, Fla (operations on Marion and Putnam Counties)
to Dowling  Lumber Co., Odessa, Fla  circa 1924
to Dowling & Camp Lbr Co., Slater, Fla circa1928 - used as a log camp engine.
to C.J. Jones Lbr Co. # 1 circa 1945
2
2-6-2  
Baldwin
53177
5/1920
10x16"
33"
Original Barfield Lumber Co. # 2
to Dowling & Camp Lumber Co. # 2- used as the mill switcher at Slater.
(Painted Deep Red Gloss with white and black trim)
to Lee Tidewater Cypress Co. # 2, Copeland, Fla.
to Naples Historical Museum, Naples, Fla
3
2-4-0       
Vulcan
2369
3/1915
10x16"
33"
Orig. Taylor County Lumber Company # 3, Springdale, Fla
to Dowling & Camp Lumber Co. # 3 used at logging camp.
Scrapped prior to 1942
10
4-6-0
Baldwin
34233
1/1910
16x24"
56"
Original Brinson Ry. # 339 to Savanah & Northwestern # 339 to Savanah & Atlanta # 339
to Georgia Car & Locomotive # 428 (GC&L)
to Consolidated Crate & Lumber Co. # 10, Lake Wales, Fla  on 5/26/1920
to W.C. Sherman Co. # 10, Lake Wales, Fla
to Dowling & Camp Lbr Co. # 10 in 1936 used on mainline log train
Painted Deep Red Gloss with white and black trim
12
2-6-0
Baldwin
29762
12/1906
14x22"
44"
Original Texas, Arkansas & Lousianna # 3 to Birmingham Rail & Locomotive (BR&L)
to Webster County Lumber Co., Cumberland, MS 2/28/1923
to BR&L to Ingram-Day Lumber Co.# 12, Lyman, MS 11/24/1923
 to Batson & Hatten Lumber Co. # 12 Lyman, MS
to BR&L / GC&L # 533 joint sale to J.W. McWilliams & Co. #12 (8/29/1924) at Slater, Fla
to Dowling & Camp # 12 used at logging camp
14
2-6-0
Vulcan
1747
5/1911
13x18"
38"
Original Central Cypress Co. # 99, Centralia, Fla
to Tidewater Cypress Co. # 99 in 1920
to Southern Iron & Equipment Co. (SI&E) # 2178
to Dowling & Camp Lumber Co.#14  along with SI&E 1831 an Industrial Works Crane c/n 3673 for $8,000 on 9/13/1929 used at logging camp
44
4-6-0
Baldwin
16246
10/1898
18x24" 56" Original Atlantic Valdosta & Western # 101 to Georgia Southern & Fla # 142
to Ocilla Southern # 51 in November of 1915
to Weaver Loughridge Lumber co. # 44
believed sold to Dowling & Camp # 44 circa 1942 and used as a mainline log engine
103
4-4-0
Baldwin
39059
1913
18x24"
66"
Orig Charlotte Harbor & Northern # 8 to Seaboard Air Line # 103
to Dowling & Camp # 103  on 12/31/1933 used as mainline log train scrapped prior to1942
Painted Deep Red Gloss with white and black trim
170
4-4-0
Richmond
2459
7/1895
19x24"
65"
Original Seaboard Air Line # 540, renumbered to 170 on 1/21/1916
sold to Dowling & Camp Lbr Co. # 170 on 3/21/1933 used as mainline log train
Go to Dowling & Camps History Page One
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