Locomotive Graveyard

Locomotive Graveyard (HM2H8F)

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N 31° 0.444', W 92° 33.411'

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In this area, along a track buried in brush in front of you, Crowell Long Leaf Lumber scrapped at least 5 steam engines in 1954-55. The 5 engines known scrapped here were Crowell and Spencer Shays #1 and #2, Alexandria Lumber Co. 2-6-0, #3, Crowell and Spencer 2-6-2 # 200, Meridian Lumber Co. Shay #112 and Crowell , Alco, Meridian 2-6-2 #303. In addition to the locomotives, much other lumbering equipment including 2 Clyde log skidders was also cut up here. Parts of all 5 of these engines are scattered around in know where to look. The largest amount of parts left here are from Shay #112 but there are parts from all the other engines as well.
HM NumberHM2H8F
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Date Added Monday, May 27th, 2019 at 5:02pm PDT -07:00
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UTM (WGS84 Datum)15R E 542302 N 3430506
Decimal Degrees31.00740000, -92.55685000
Degrees and Decimal MinutesN 31° 0.444', W 92° 33.411'
Degrees, Minutes and Seconds31° 0' 26.64" N, 92° 33' 24.66" W
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