Kuyahoora Valley wrote:Lucinda parker's book "Into Salisbury County" has a lot of information about Irondale, Jerseyfield Lumber and the LF&D. It states that locomotive #3 was purchased from NYC&HR in 1910 and sold on August 16, 1916 to General Equipment company who on the same day sold it to the Pittsburg and Shawmut RR and renumbered P&S 101.I've seen three engine rosters for this company and each one is different. The only constant is that these were all Shays. What's for sure is there were three engines and that they were numbered 1, 2 and 6. According to Gove's Logging Railroad book, Number 1 was purchased new, Number 2 came from the Goodyear Lumber Co. and the Number 6 came from The Kentucky & Tennessee R.R. as their former Number 2. In my research, I've seen that all the equipment came from other logging operations as well as the rail. The plan of Goodyear was to rip up the Jerseyfield and then move on to the next operation. Gove's roster said all three engines went to The Emporium Forestry Co. in 1930. Two of them went there for sure. I'll check my notes for which ones.