Arizona and Swansea Railroad
|Dates of operation||1909–1927|
|Track gauge||4 ft 8 1⁄2 in (1,435 mm) standard gauge|
The Arizona and Swansea Railroad (A&S RR) was a mining railroad that operated from a connection with the Arizona and California Railway (later the Santa Fe Railway) at Bouse to a copper and gold mine at Swansea, Arizona, 21 miles (34 km). The A&S RR was owned and operated by the Swansea Consolidated Gold & Copper Company.
The A&S RR was constructed in 1909 to build to the Clara Consolidated Mining Company at Swansea. Track construction commenced in November 1909 and the line was completed by December 31, 1909. In 1937 the A&S RR was abandoned.
- Engine #1 was purchased used from the El Paso and Southwestern Railroad (#179) and was a 2-8-0 (Consolidation Type) locomotive built (Builder # 3852) by Baldwin Locomotive Works in 1876.
- Engine #3 was a 2-8-0 (Consolidation Type) locomotive that was purchased new (Builder #48024) in 1910 from the Schenectady Locomotive Works.
- 0.0 Bouse (Junction with Arizona and California Railway) - later the Santa Fe Railway
- 11.0 Midway
- 16.0 Summit
- 18.5 Clara
- 21.1 Swansea
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