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Kenilworth & Helper Railway Locomotives

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Independent Coal & Coke Co.

(42-inch gauge)

Road
Number
Wheel
Arrangement
Builder Builder
Number
Builder
Date
Date
Retired
Notes
1 Two Truck, 28-Ton, Shay Lima 2955 Dec 1917   1
2 Two Truck, 28-Ton, Shay Lima 3132 Oct 1920   2

General Notes:

  1. Independent Coal & Coke numbers 1 and 2 operated separately on a dedicated 42-inch gauge tramway between the Bull Hollow mine and the coal loadout at Kenilworth.

Notes:

  1. Independent Coal & Coke 1 (42-inch gauge) was listed as for sale on August 20, 1925; scrapped. (source at Shay Locomotives.com) (photo)
  2. Independent Coal & Coke 2 (42-inch gauge) was listed as for sale on August 20, 1925; scrapped in 1942. (source at Shay Locomotives.com, with photo)

Kenilworth & Helper Railway

(standard gauge)

Road
Number
Wheel
Arrangement
Builder Builder
Number
Builder
Date
Date
Retired
Notes
100 Three Truck, 70-Ton, Shay Lima 1967 Oct 1907 ca. Mar 1920 1
101 Three Truck, 70-Ton, Shay Lima 2124 Jan 1909 ca. Dec 1920 2
150 Three Truck, 90-Ton, Shay Lima 2434 May 1911 ca. Jun 1929 3
151 Three Truck, 90-Ton, Shay Lima 2703 Sep 1913 ca. Jun 1928 4

General Notes:

  1. Locomotives initially lettered for "Indepentdent Coal & Coke." Later lettered as "K&H R.R."

Notes:

  1. Kenilworth & Helper 100 (standard gauge) was sold on March 20, 1920 to M. F. Brady Co. (dealer) in Portland, Oregon; sold in May 1920 to Western Lumber & Export Co. number 10, Cottage Grove, Oregon; sold on September 18, 1924 to Anderson & Middleton Lumber Co., Cottage Grove, Oregon; sold on October 3, 1924 to Yeomans Lumber Co. number 10, Pe Ell, Washington; sold on March 7, 1927 to Pe Ell Lumber Co. number 5, Pe Ell, Washington; sold to Markham & Callow number 6, later number 3, Independence, Washington, moved to Markham & Callow's operation at Nehalem, Oregon; scrapped in 1937 or 1938 by Alaska Junk Co. (dealer), Portland, Oregon. (source at Shay Locomotives.com, with photo)
  2. Kenilworth & Helper 101 (standard gauge) was scrapped in December 1920. (source at Shay Locomotives.com)
  3. Kenilworth & Helper 150 (standard gauge) was leased to D&RGW in 1926 and continued to operate on home rails as D&RGW's Kenilworth Branch; listed as for sale on June 18, 1928; sold on June 14, 1929 to Pacific Equipment Co. (dealer) in Portland, Oregon; sold on August 12, 1929 to Hutchinson Logging Co. number 90 at South Bend, Oregon; sold on April 10, 1936 to Alaska Junk Co. (dealer); scrapped in January 1941 by Alaska Junk Co. (source at Shay Locomotives.com)
  4. Kenilworth & Helper 151 (standard gauge) was leased to D&RGW in 1926 and continued to operate on home rails as D&RGW's Kenilworth Branch; sold on June 16, 1928 to Pacific Equipment Co. (dealer); sold on April 20, 1929 to Montborne Lumber Co. number 151 at Big Lake, Washington; scrapped in October 1937. (source at Shay Locomotives.com) (photo)

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