Louisville and Nashville No. 2132 is on outdoor exhibit at the Earl May Boat Basin Park on the Flint River at Bainbridge. Although L&N did not have a presence in Bainbridge, it did serve nearby Chattahoochee, FL, where it connected with an Atlantic Coast Line route that ran to Bainbridge by way of Climax, GA.
The 0-8-0 switch engine was built in 1922 by the L&N's mechanical department at its South Louisville shops. In 1951, it was sold to Gulf Power Company which used it for switching duties at a power plant on the Apalachicola River a few miles south of Chattahoochee, Florida. After years of neglect it was moved to Bainbridge for display.
Bainbridge, the county seat of Decatur County, is on U.S. 84 in Georgia's southwest corner.