This 1924 Heisler geared locomotive (above) was built in 1924 for Kentucky Lumber Company. It later served Campbell Limestone Company of Beverly, S.C.
Other steamers at the museum:
Atlanta & West Point No. 290, a 4-6-2 Heavy Pacific built in 1926 by Lima.
Southern Railway No. 1509 (nicknamed Maud), a 0-4-4T shop goat built in 1876 by Baldwin for passenger service. The original wheel arrangement of 4-6-0 was changed to 0-4-4.
Gainesville Midland No. 203, a 2-10-0 Decapod built in 1928 by Baldwin for the Alabama, Tennessee & Northern.
Chattahoochee Valley No. 21, a 2-8-0 Consolidation built in 1924 by Baldwin for passenger service on the Tennessee, Alabama & Georgia, where it was numbered 201. Chattahoochee Valley Railroad bought it in 1935.
Georgia Power No. 97, a 0-6-0T built in 1943 by Porter for the Army Corps of Engineers as #5050. This oil-burning, side-tank engine was used by Georgia Power Company in the construction of Plant McDonough in west Atlanta.
National Cash Register 0-4-0 built in 1913 by Lima.