Found this with a quick search: http://www.brian894x4.com/Steamlocomotives.html Text from the site: "This loco is sitting near Hwy 101 south of Florence, Oregon, sort of on display on private property. It a 1916 Alco, 0-4-0 (the front truck is just for display) This is one of two locos purchased by Al Foglio, the father of the property owner. They were originally tank engines, but because Al didn't like this design, the tanks were scrapped. They both came from Bluffton, Indiana and worked Marble Cliff Quarry. The first engine was a 1918 Alco 0-4-0 that he kept in Milwaulkie, Oregon. It was returned to operational condition and now belongs to Mark Acuff in Portland. The engine shown here was never intended to be restored as major pieces are missing, including the flues. It's been on display here since the early 1980s. Special thanks to Ken Lauderback for the information."