George White & Sons Co. Ltd Steam Engine Register

 
This page lists surviving George White & Sons Co. Ltd steam engines in the USA and Canada, with details such as serial number, date of manufacture and location.

 
Entries in
red indicate an engine that has been exported from North America in the preservation era, with the current location listed if known.

 
Abbreviations: ST = steam tractor SC = single cylinder RF = return flue
PE = portable engine SB = straw burner


 
Serial No. Type HP/Class Year Layout Owner/Location
321 ST n/a 1907 SC, SB Italy
1141 ST 20hp n/a SC Michigan, USA
1142 ST 25hp n/a SC Ontario, Canada
1198 ST 25hp n/a SC England
1470 ST n/a n/a SC Ireland
n/a ST n/a n/a SC Grassy Plains, British Columbia, Canada
n/a ST n/a n/a SC Fanshawe Pioneer Village, London, Ontario, Canada
n/a ST n/a n/a SC Chris Hadfield Park, Milton, Ontario, Canada
n/a ST n/a n/a SC Grey Roots Museum, Owen Sound, Ontario, Canada
n/a ST n/a n/a SC Ontario Steam Heritage Museum, Puslinch, Ontario, Canada
n/a ST 25-80hp n/a SC WMSTR, Rollag, Minnesota, USA
n/a ST 17hp n/a SC Ederville, Carthage, North Carolina, USA
n/a ST n/a n/a SC Williams Grove Historical Steam Engine Association, Mechanicsburg, Pennsylvania, USA
n/a ST n/a n/a SC England
n/a ST n/a n/a SC Tsuchi-no-Yakata Museum, Kamifurano, Hokkaido, Japan (ex-Canada)
n/a ST n/a n/a SC Muzeum Rolnictwa, Ciechanowiec, Poland
n/a PE n/a n/a SC, RF Reynolds-Alberta Museum, Wetaskiwin, Alberta, Canada
n/a PE n/a n/a SC Lang Pioneer Village Museum, Keene, Ontario, Canada
n/a PE n/a n/a SC, RF Ottawa, Ontario, Canada
n/a PE n/a n/a SC, RF Western Development Museum, Saskatoon, Saskatchewan, Canada



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