A historical list of where steam was preserved back in 1959

This list was compiled by Jim Scribbins with assistance from Homer G. Benton. It appeared in Railroad Magazine, October 1959. I am showing it here so you can see where the survivors were back in 1959. I am not interested in making additions to this historical list. Please do not send me email with additions to this list. Here are a few interesting paragraphs that accompanied this list.
In answer to numerous requests, we have compiled a detailed list of retired steamers on display north of the Mexican border. Nearly all of them were donated by railroad companies to online communities or preserved for posterity by the roads themselves. The list is not complete. Some facts were not readily available to us. The editor of Railroad Magazine will be glad to get additional data from readers for use in a future issue.

Canadian National stipulates that all of the engines it donates to cities or towns must be well maintained by the recipients, including repainting when needed, but does not insist upon protective fencing. Out list uses the initial "F" for locomotives that have such fencing.

Great Northern tells us that all of its "gifts" are fenced and are kept in good condition by the communities acording to terms of the gift. The William Crooks, while not fenced, is quite safe inside the waiting room of St. Paul Union Depot.

                     UNITED STATES

                     ALABAMA

Birmingham, Fair Grounds-Frisco 4018 (2-8-2)
Brewton-T. R. Miller Mill, 101 (2-6-2)
Chapman-W. T. Smith Lumber Co., 7 (2-6-0) and 14 (4-4-0)

                     ALASKA

Fairbanks, Alaska RR. passenger station-ARR 1 (0-4-0), built by H. K. Porter in 1887, n.g., ex. Tanana Mines Ry.

                     ARIZONA

Chandler, City Park-SP 266Z (2-8-0) Baldwin '06
Globe, Veterans Park-SP 1774 (2-6-V), Baldwin '02
Kingman, City Park-Santa Fe 3759 (4-8-4), Baldwin '28
Mesa, Pioneer Park-SP 2355 (4-6-0), Baldwin '12
Tucson, Arizona Historical Society-SP 1673 (2-6-0), Schenectady 1900
Wickenberg, Stone Park-Santa Fe 76f (2-8-0), Baldwin 190O
Yuma, old Customs House-SP 2521 (2-8-0), Baldwin '07, Fenced in

                  ARKANSAS

Fort Smith, Exposition Grounds-Frisco 4003 (2-8-2)
Paris-Ft.  Smith, Subiaco & Rock Island 2252 (4-6-0) ex-M P
Pine Bluff, Oakland Park-C0Tton Belt 819 (4-8-4), company shops '42 F
Texarkana, Four States Park-KCS 253 (0-8-0), ALCO '22, F
Warren, City Park-Southern Lumber Co. 123 (4-6-0), ex-Warren & Quachita Valley

                 CALIFORNIA

Alameda, Washington Park-SP 1227 (0-6-0), Lima '15
Alturas, Rachel Dorris Park-SP 2718 (2-8-0), Baldwin '04
Arcadia-V&T 20, "Empire" (2-6-0), owned by C. C. Bong
Arcata-Arcata & Mad River 7 (2-fruck Shay)
Bakersfield Pioneer Village-SP 2914. (4-8-0), Schen. '98
Calexico, International Park-SP 2458 (4-6-2)
Camino-Michigan_California Lumber 1 (0-4-0), 2 (2-truck Shay), 4 (0-4-0T)
Caspar Camp-Cspar., South Fork & Eastern 2 (0-4-2T)
Coulterville-Merced Gold Mining 1      (0-4-0)
Death Valley, desert-Death Valley 2 (2-8-0) narrow gauge
Del Mar, Fair Grounds-SD&AE 104 (2-8-0), Baldwin '04, ex-SP 2720
Dunsmuir, ball park-SP 1727 (2-6-0).  Baldwin '01
El Centro, Fair Grounds-SP 2351 (4-6-0), Baldwin '12
Eureka, Fair Grounds-Camp Grant & Eureka 1, "Falk" (0-4-0)
Fort Bragg, Company-Glenn Stair Co. 1 (0-4-0T)
Fresno, Roeding Park-SP 1238 (0-6-0), Baldwin '18
Hanford, Burris Park-SP 1215 (0-6-0), Baldwin '13
Imperial, Fair Grounds-Imperial Irrigation District 2 (0-6-0T)
Independence, Eastern Calif.  Museum Asso.-SP 18 (4-6-0) Baldwin '11 n.g. F
Los Angeles, Santa Fe roundhouse-Pioneer Mills 1 (0-4-2T) and 3 (0-6-0), b0Th owned by Robert Day; Santa Fe 1010 (2-6-2)        ,
Los Angeles, Travel Town-Camino, Placerville &
   Lake Taho 2 (3-truck Shay); Los Angeles Harbor
   Dept. 15 and 32 (b0Th 0-4-0T), ALCO '14; Oahu
   Sugar 5 (O-6-2T), n.g.; Pickering Lumber 3 (Heislor);
   Santa Fe 664 (2-8-0), Baldwin '99, F; Santa
   Maria Valley 1000 (2-8-2); Sharp & Fellows 7 (2-6-2),
   ALCO '02, ex-Tonopah & Tidewater; SP 1273 (0-6-0)
   company shops '21, and 3026 (4-4-2), Schen.  '04;
   Stockton Terminal & Eastern 1 (4-4-0), built '67,
   ex-Cent. Pac. "Klamath"; Sou.  Calif.  M0Tor Road
   21 (0-4-0, dummy), Baldwin '82; UP 4439 (0-6-0),
   and WP 26 (2-8-0).  ALCO '09
Los Angeles, UP roundhouse-Virginia & Truckee 25 (4-6-0), Baldwin '05, owned by RKO Studio
Martinez, City Park-SP 1258 (6-6-0), company shops '21
Monterey, El Estero Park-SP 1285 (0-6-0), Lima '24
Oakland, Auditorium-Central Pac. 223 (2-6-2T), co. shops '82
Oakland, WP roundhouse-Nevada Central 2 (2-6-0),
   n.g.; North Pac.  Coast 12 (4-4-0), n.g., Baldwin
   '76, ex-NC 5; V&T 12 (4-4-0), "Genoa," Baldwin
   '72, and 13 (2-6-0), "Empire," Baldwin '72, and 21
   (2-4-0), "J.  W. Bowker," Baldwin '75, owned by'
   R&LHS, Pacific Coast chapter
Orland, Fair Grounds-SP 2852 (2-8-0), company shop '19
Palo Alto, Stanford University Central Pacific 1 "Gov.  Stanford" (4-4-0), Norris 1863
Pamona, L.A. County Fair Grounds F-Fruit Grow-
   ers Supply 3 (Climax); Outer Harbor Terminal 2
   (0-6-0); P0Tash 3 (2-8-0), Baldwin '03, n.g.; Santa
   Fe 3450 (4-6-4), Baldwin '27; SP 5021 (4-10-2), ALCO
   26, and UP 9000 (4-12-2)
Pasadena-Rouge River 2 (0-4-0T), owned by C. O'Connor
Placerville, Fair Grounds-Diamond & Caldor 4 (Shay)
Portola, stored-WP 94 (4-6-0), ALCO '06
Quincy, Fair Grounds-Feather River Lumber 8 (2-6-2)
Richmond, Nicholl Park-SP 1269 (0-6-0), co. shops '21
Riverside, City Park-UP 6051 (2-8-0), Baldwin '07, F
Roseville, Fair Grounds-Sacramento Brick (0-4-0T), n.g.;
   SP 2252 (4-6-0), Cooke '97, and
   Alaska RR 152(18) (4-6-0), n.g. Baldwin '20
Sacramento, SP dep0T Cent.  Pac. 1, "C.  P. Huntington" (4-2-0), Cooke '63, and
   SP 4294 (4-8-8-2), Baldwin '44
Salinas, Central Park-SP 1237 (0-6-0), Baldwin '44
San Bernardino, Old Women's Springs Ranch-Oahu Sugar 1 (0-6-2), ng
San Bernardino, Viaduct Park-Santa Fe 3751 (4-8-4), Baldwin '27, F
San Bernardino, County Museum, Bloomington-SP 2825 (2-8-0), Brooks '08
San Francisco, Fleishaker Park-SP 1294 (0-6-0), Lima '24
San Jose, Fair Grounds-SP 2479 (4-6-2), Baldwin '23
San Mateo, Fair Grounds-SP 2472 (4-6-2), Baldwin '21
Santa Cruz, City Park-SP 1298 (0-6-0), Baldwin '17
Santa Maria, Fair Grounds-Santa Maria Valley 205 (2-6-2)
Sc0Tia-Bolveer & Carson 5 (Heisler) and Mt. Tamalpais & Muru Woods 9
Standard-Pickering Lumber 2 (2-truck Shay)
Stockton, Junior Museum-SP 1251 (0-6-0), shops '19
Tiburon, NWP Roundhouse-NWP 112 (4-4-0), ALCO '08
Tracy, Powers Park-SP 1293 (0-6-0), Lima '24
Tuolumne, stored-West Side Lumber 2 (Shay) n.g.,
   and Sierra 3 (4-6-0), Rogers 1891, ex-Prescoff & Ariz. Central 9
Watsonville-SP 2706 (2-8-0), Baldwin '04
Willits-California Western 12 (2-6-2T);
   Hecla Mining 17 (0-4-0T), n.g.,
   and Pacific Lumber 38 (Climax)
Woodland, Fair Grounds-SP 1233 (0-6-0), Baldwin '18

                     COLORADO

Alamosa, Narrow Gauge M0Tel-D&RGW 169 (4-6-0), n.g., F
Boulder-Denver, Boulder & Western 30 (2-8-0), n.g., F. May be scrapped because vandals wrecked it in 1958
Central City-C&S 71 (2-8-0), Baldwin '97, n.g., F
Colorado Springs-D&RGW 168 (4-6-0), n.g., and
   Manitou & Pikes Peak 1 (0-4-0T, rack engine)
Denver-UP 6357 (2-8-0)
Durango-D&RGW 315 (2-8-0), n.g.
Golden, Iron Horse M0Tel & Museum-D&RGW 346, "Cumbres" (2-8-0), ng., built '81;
   Florence & Cripple Creek 318, "Goldfield" (2-8-0), n.g.; and
   Rio Grande Southern 20 (4-6-0), n.g.
Gunnison-D&RGW 268 (2-8-0), n.g.
Idaho Springs-C&S 60 (2-8-0), Rhode Is. '86, n.g.
La Junta, First St.-Santa Fe 1024 (2-6-2), Baldwin
Lamar, City Park-Santa Fe 1819 (2-6-2), Baldwin'06, F
Montrose-D&RGW 278 (2-8-0), n.g.
Salida-Koppers Co. (0-4-0T), 2-ft. gage

              CONNECTICUT

Warehouse Point, Conn.  Elec.  Ry.  Museum-Hartford Elec.  Light 5 (0-4-0T)

                 DELAWARE

No steam locom0Tives that we know of

           DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA

Washington, Smithsonian Institution-Camden & Amboy "John Bull" (2-4-0), rebuilt, and
   D&H "America" (or "Pride of Newcastle"). replica, and
   D&H Stourbridge Lion," replica, and
   Southern 1401 (4-6-2), Richmond '28, stored for future display

                   FLORIDA

Bradenton, City Park-SAL 2 (2-6-2), Baldwin '12, ex-Manatee Crate, ex-Brooks-Scanion Lumber, ex-Taylor City Lumber
Century-Alger-SuIlivan Lumber Co 100
Port St. Joe-St. Joe Lumber & export 11 (2-6-2); Baldwin '17
Tampa, stored shops-ACL 1504 (4-6-2), Brooks '19

                  GEORGIA

Albany-Georgia Northern 107 (4-6-0)
Atlanta, Lakewood Park-A&WP 209 (4-6-2), Lima '26 F;
   Southern shops-SR 1609 "Maud" (0-4-0);
   Cyclorama, Grant Park-W&A "Texas" (4-4-0)
Augusta-Georgia 302 (2-8-2).  F
Columbus-C. of Ga. 451 (4-8-4), Lima '43
Macon, stored,-C. of Ga. 8 (0-6-0T), Baldwin '86, and
   509 (2-8-0), Baldwin '06
Moultrie-Ga.  Northern 105 (2-8-2)
Savannah, stored-C. of Ga. 349 (4-4-0), Baldwin '91
Town n0T known to us-Ga.  Northern 102 (4-6-0)

                   HAWAII

Island of Kauai, Grove Farm (last Hawaiian sugar
planatation to use steam)-2 large Baldwins
stored in roundhouse, old German-built "Paulo"
on exhibition. Details coming soon.) 0Ther locos
used in Hawaii are now on display in Calif.

                     IDAHO

Nampa-UP 616 (2-8-0)
Pocatello-UP 2005 (2-8-2)

                   ILLINOIS

Chicago, Museum of Science & Industry-B&O "York," built 1831;
   "John Stevens," replica of first experimental steam loco in U.S.;
   Natchez & Hamburg "Mississippi," built 1834;
   "Rocket," replica of loco that Stephenson built in England,
   and C&NW "Pioneer" (4-2-0), stored
Markham, stored-IC 1401 (2-4-4T)
Peoria, Glen Oak Park-RI 886 (4-6-2), ALCO '09 F
Silvis, stored-RI 9 (4-6-0).  Held by railroad for exhibition purposes

                   INDIANA

Ft. Wayne, Swinney Park-Lake Erie & Ft. Wayne (Wabash) 1 (0-6-0) ALCO '06, ex-Wab. 534, F
Hammond, Civic Center-NKP 624 (2-8-2), Lima '22, F
Indianapolis, Broad Ripple Park-NKP 587 (2-8-2), Baldwin '18, F

                    IOWA

Mt. Pleasant, McMillan Park-(O-4-0T), Davenport '25
Sioux Citiy-Auditorium-GN 1355 (4-6-2), Baldwin, rebuilt (4-6-0). F

                   KANSAS

Abilene, Eisenhower Park-Santa Fe     3415 (4-6-2), Baldwin '19, F
Arkansas City Wilson Park-Santa Fe 2542 (2-8-0), ALCO '11
Atchison, Union Station-Santa Fe 811  (2-8-0), Baldwin '02,   F
Chanute, Santa Fe-762 (2-8-0), Baldwin 1900, F
Coffeyville, Johnson Park-Santa Fe      1079 (2-6-2), Baldwin '02
Dodge City, Bo0T Hill Museum-Santa Fe 1139(2-6-2), Baldwin '03, F
Emporia-Santa Fe-Santa Fe 1015 (2-6-2), Baldwin 01, F
Fort Riley Museum-UP 6072 (2-8-0)
Garden City-Garden City Western      Ry. 25 (2-6-0)
Great Bend-Santa Fe 3416 (4-6-2), Baldwin '19, F
Hutchinson Fair Grounds-Santa Fe 735 (2-8-0), Baldwin 1900
Independence, Riverside Park-Santa Fe 1050 (2-6-2). Baldwin '02
Kinsley, Highway-Santa Fe 3424 (4-6-2).  '21, F
Lawrence, Central Park-Santa Fe 1073 (2-6-2), Baldwin '02
Marysville-UP 460 (2-8-0)
Newton, Military Park-Sanfa Fe 1880 (2-6-2), Baldwin '07, F
Pittsburg, Schianger Park-KCS 1023 (0-8-0), ALCO '06, ex- 2-8-0, F
Salina-UP 477 (2-8-0)
Topeka, stored-Santa Fe 1 (2-8-0)
Topeka, Fair Grounds-Santa Fe 3463 (4-6-4), Baldwin '37, F
Wellington, Sellers Park-Santa Fe 1067 (2-6-2), Baldwin '02 F
Wichita, Freinds University-Santa Fe  3768 (4-8-4), Baldwin '37, F

                    KENTUCKY

Louisville, Kentucky RR. Museum, Eva Boardman Park-L&N 152 (4-6-2), Rogers '06, F

                    LOUISIANA

LaFayette, City Park-SP (T&NO) 743 (2-8-2), company shops '21
New Orleans, Audubon Park-SP (T&NO) 745 (2-8-2). company shops '21
Ponchatoula, private owner-Louisiana Cypress 1 (2-6-2) and
    La.  Cyp. 2 (2-6-0)
Ponchatoula, Company exhibif-La. Cyp' 3 (2-8-0)
Shiloh-Red River & Gulf 104 (4-4-0), ex-SP
Shreveport, Ford Park-Dardanelle & Russelville 10 (2-6-0), Cooke '07, used on Panama Canal


                       MAINE

Orno, Crosby Lab., Univ. of Me.-"Lion," built 1840
Waterville, dep0T-Maine Cent. 470 (4-6-2)


                    MARYLAND

Baltimore, B&O Museum-B&O "Tom Thumb," 1829, replica;
   "Atlantic," built 1832;
   "John Hancock," 1835;
   "LaFayeffe," 'Norris 1837; 57,
   "Memnon" (0-8-0). 1848;
   "Wm.  Mason" (4-4-0), Mason 1856;
   117 "Thatcher Perkins" (4-6-0), co. shops '63; and
   545 "A. J. Cromwell," (2-8-0), co. shops '88;
   CNJ 591 (4-4-2), ALCO '01, Camelback, and
   WMd 6 (3-truck Shay), Lima '45
Hagerstown, Municipal Park-WMd 202 (4-6-2). Baldwin '12, F

              MASSACHUSETTS

Boston-B&M 3717 (4-6-2)
South Carver, Edaville Railroad-B&M 1455 (2-6-0), Manchester '07;
   Lehigh Navaigation & Coal 3 (0-4-0T), ng;
   Newfoundland 1 (0-4-0T), 'n.g.;
   from Elkins, W. Va. Climax built by Mason;
   Raritan Copper Works (0-4-0T), ng.;
   and Vermilion Sugar Co. 1 (4-6-0), ex-SP(TNO)


                    MICHIGAN

Ahmeel, stored-Hecla & Torch Lake "Torch Lake" (Mason bogie), built '73 n.g.
Dearborn, Greenfield Village-Atlantic & Gulf "Satilia" (4-4-0), Rogers '60;
   C&O 1601 (2-6-6-6), Lima '44,
   Detroit & Lima Northern (DT&I) (4-4-0), Baldwin '97;
   Edison Portland Cement (0-4-0T). Vulcan '23;
   Lake Shore & Michigan Southern (4-4-0). Mason '68;
   Michigan Central (4-4-2). Schen.  '02;
   Toledo-Detroit (DT&I) (4-4-0), Baldwin '15;
   Wayne County Road Commission (0-4-0T). Davenport '22;
   (2-6-0), Grant 1865; and
   (2-6-0)  Nord (French) '89
East Lansing, MSU Campus C&O 1225 (2-8-4), Lima '41
Hancock, stored, Quincy Mining Co.-Quincy & Torch Lake 1 (2-6-0), n.g.;
   3 (2-6-0), Brooks '94, n.g;
   5 (2-8-0), n.g.; and
   6 (2-8-0), Baldwin, ng.
Jackson, N. Lawn Park-GTW 5030 (4-6-2), ALCO '12
Traverse City, City Park-Lumber Co., Porter
Whitmore Lake Logging Museum-Five Climaxes and Shays

                    MINNES0TA

Austin, Fair Grounds-Milw. 1004 (4-6-0), Baldwin 1900. F
Brainard, NP Shop-NP 10 (0-6-0), BLW '96 Baldwin
Chisholm, Mining Museum-DM&IR 347 (2,8-0), ALCO '07
Dilworth, City Park-NP 1068 (0-6-0), Manchester '07
Duluth, Fairmont Park-NP 2435 (2-6-2), ALCO '07
East Grand Forks, City Park-NP 2153 (4-6-2), Baldwin '09
Mountain Iron, company yard-Ore Co. (0-8-0)
St. Paul, Union Dep0T GN 1, ''Wm. Crooks' (4-4-0), built '61
St Paul, NP roundhouse-NP 1 'Minnetonka (0-4-0), Smith & Porter '70, exhibited at on-line points
St. Paul, Como Park-NP 2156 (4-6-2), Baldwin '09
Stillwater, Lowell Park-NP 328 (4-6-0), Rogers '05, owned by Minn.  Railfans Assn.
Thief River Falls, dep0T-Soo Line 1024 (2-8-2), ALCO 12, F
Two Harbors, Van Hoven dep0T, Duluth & Iron Range 3 (2-6-0), Baldwin '83

                          MISSISSIPPI

Amory-Frisco 1529 (4-8-2)
Meridian, City Park-Meridian & Bigbee River (4-6-2)

                    MISSOURI

Kansas City, Swope Park-Frisco 1352 (2-8-2), and
   4500 series (4-8-4)
Marceline, dep0T-Santa Fe 2546 (2-8-0), ALCO '11
Rolla, City Park-Frisco   1501 (4-8-2)
Springfield, Grant Beach-Frisco 4524 (4-8-4)
Sedalia Fair Grounds-Frisco (4-8-4)
St. Louis, Museum of Transport, Barrets Station Road,
   Kirkwood-Alton & Southern 12 (0-8-0);
   Boston & Albany 39 (4-4-0) Eddy Clock, built '73;
   B&O 173 (4-4-0).  Davis Camelback, company shops '73;
   C&IM 551 (2-8-2), Lima '28;
   CNR 6529 (4-6-2), Montreal Locomotive Works '06;
   C&NW 274 (4-4-0) Baldwin '73;
   C&NW 1015 (4-4-2), ALCO 1900;
   C&O 2727 (2-8-4) ALCO '44;
   DL&W 952 (4-4-0), Camelback;
   IC 764 (2-8-0), '04;
   Lacied-Christy, (0-4-0T) ng
   (0-4-4T), Forney;
   MKT 311 (4-4-0), Baldwin 1890
   MP 635 (4-6-0);
   NKP 170 (4-6-4), ALCO '27;
   NW (2-8-8-2);
   Reading "Black Diamond" (2-2-2 inspection engine), Baldwin '89;
   Frisco 1522 (4-8-2); and
   3695 (0-6-0), Later Scullin Steel No. 95;
   TRRASL 146 (0-6-0) and
   318 (0-8-0), built 1926;
   SP 4460 (4-8-4), Lima '43;
   Wabash 573 (2-6-0), Rhode Is. '99, and
   Union Electric 1 (0-4-0)

                   MONTANA

Billings, Museum, Branch Mint RR. 1 "Natatline" (0-4-0T)
Billings, Yellowstone Historical Museum-NP 1031 (0-6-0), ALCO '03
Bonner-Anacnoda 7 (Shay)
Butte, Civic Center-NP 25 (2-8-0), Schen.  '99
Helena, Beattle Park-NP 1382 (4-6-0), Baldwin '02
Missoula, depof-NP 1356 (4-6-0), Baldwin '02

                   NEBRASKA

Columbus-UP 561 (2-8-0), Baldwin '04
Fairbury-UP 421 (2-8-0)
Gehring-UP 423 (2-8-0)
Grand Island-UP 437 (2-8-0)
Hastings UP 6237 (2-8-0)
Kearney-UP 481 (2-8-0)
Lexington-UP 485 (2-8-0), Baldwin '03
Lincoln, stored for Exhibition CBQ 35 4-4-0
Lincoln, Pioneer Park CBQ 710 (4-6-0) co. shops '01
Lincoln, Fair Grounds-UP 440 (2-8-0)
Minden, Pioneer Village CBQ 967 (4-6-0), Baldwin '89;
 ?? 1 (0-4-0T), Porter '88, n.g., and ?? 2
(0-4-0T), Porter '88, n.g.
North Plate-UP 480 (2-8-0), Baldwin '03
Sidney-UP 407 (2-8-0)

                    NEVADA

Carson City, State Museum-Lake Tahoe Railway & Transp.  1 "Glenbrook" (2-6-0), n.g., F
Carson City, Eagle Territory PR.  Museum-SP 8 (4-6-0).  Baldwin '07, n.g.
Las Vegas-Locom0Tives owned by Last Frontier
gambling house have been sold.  Disposition unknown, to us.
Pioche-Pioche Pacific (2-6-0) Schen. '09, n.g., ex-C&NW 279

                NEW JERSEY

Ng steam locom0Tives on display that we know of,
except at Pine Creek operating museum near Freehold.

            NEW HAMPSHIRE

Base Station, Mt. Washington Cog. Ry. "Old Peppersass" (0-2-2-0, cog)
Lake Tarleton-(0-4-0T), built by Porter
North Woodstock Beebe River (Climax) and East Branch & Lincoln 5 (Shay)

               NEW MEXICO

Albuquerque, Coronado Park-Santa Fe 2926 (4-8-4), Baldwin '44 F
Clovis, Hillcrest Park-SF 9005 (0-6-0), Baldwin '06
Las Vegas, City Park-SF 1129 (2-6-2), Bal. '02, F

                 NEW YORK

Blue Mountain, Adirondack Museum-Marion County (0-4-0T) built by Porter
Glen, Cove, L. I.-? (0-4-0T), Davenport '12
LeRoy-? 3 (0-4-0T), Vulcan '22
Salisbury, L. I., Nassau County-LIRR 35 (4-6-0), Pennsy '28, F
Sandy Point, Rail City Museum-Bath & Hammondsport 11 (2-6-0), Cooke '23
   Diamond Coal (0-4-0T), n.g.;
   Gray Lumber 21 (2-6-2), n.g.;
   Huntington & Broad Top Mt. 38 (2-8-0);
   Solvay Process 49 and
   10 (saddle tank)
Stony Brook, L. I., Carriage House Museum- LIRR 38 (4-6-0). PRR '28.  Actually she is No. 39 with the 38's number plate.  No. 39's plate was, presented to Roy Campanella, Dodgers player 39.

              NORTH CAROLINA

Rocky Mount, stored-ACL 250 (4-6-0)
Winston-Salem, Reynolds Park-Southern 542 (2-8-0), Baldwin '03

              NORTH DAK0TA

Bismarck, Camp Hancock"NP-2164 (4-6-2), Baldwin '09
Enderlin, City Park-Soo Line (WC) 2425 (2-8-0), ALCO '09 F
Harvey, dep0T-Soo Line 440 (2-8-0), ALCO '03 F
Min0T, Roosevelt Park-Soo Line 736 (4-6-2), ALCO F
Williston, dep0T-GN 3069 (2-8-2), F

                      OHIO

Canton, Dueber Park-NKP 360 (0-6-0), W&LE '35 F
Cleveland, Brookside Park-C&O 2707 (2-8-4).  ALCO '43
Lima-Lima Stone Co. (Shay)
Worthington, Ohio Ry. Museum, Marble Cliff Quarries (0-4-0T), Vulcan '14

                OKLAHOMA

Ardmore.  City Park-Santa Fe 1108 (2-6-2), Baldwin '02, F
Bartlesville, Johnstone Park-Santa Fe 940 (2-10-2), Baldwin '03, F
Blackwell, Children's Home-Santa Fe 1906 (2-6-2), Baldwin '02, F
Enid, State School-Ri 938 (4-6-2), ALCO '10, NF
Enid, Government Springs-Frisco 1519 (4-8-2)
Fairview, City Park-Santa Fe 2522 (2-8-0), ALCO '10, F
Oklahoma City, Fair Grounds-Santa Fe 643 (2-8-0). co. shops '97
Pauls Valley, Wacker Park-Sanfa Fe 1951 (2-8-0). Baldwin '07, F
Tulsa, Mohawk Park-Frisco 45OO (4-8-4), '42

                   OREGON

Klamath Falls, Veterans' Memorial Park-SP 2579 (2-8-0), Baldwin '06
Portland, Forestry Bldg.-Stimson Lumber 1 (Shay), Lima '09, F
Portland, Oaks Park-Mount Emily Lumber 1 (Shay);
   SP 4449 (4-8-4), Lima '41;
   SP&S 700 (4-8-4), Bal. '38
Portland Union Station-"Oregon Pony," Vulcan '61, F;
   UP 3203 (4-6-2), Baldwin '05;
   Valley & Siletz 17 (2-8-2)
Roseburg, Stewart Park-SP 1229 (0-6-0), Lima '15
Sewell-Oregon-American Logging 104 and 105 (B0Th shays)
Springfield-City has asked Weyerhaeuser to donate "Old 100" (see page 6)
Spring Creek-Mt.  Shasta Pine Co. (0-4-0), Baldwin '84
Veronia, International Paper Co., Long-Bell Div. 102 (Shay)
Woodburn, Cleveland & Woodburn sts.-SP 1785 (2-6-0), Baldwin '02

              PENNSYLVANIA

Altoona, Horseshoe Curve Pennsy 1361 (4-6-2), co. shops '18
Bear Creek, stored-LV 1 "Dor0Thy" (4-2-2, inspection eng.)
Bessemer & Lake Erie has a 2-8-0 stored somewhere on its line for exhibition, also
    643 (2-10-4)
Birdsboro, Brooks Iron Co. 4 (Camelback) and
   2 (0-4-0T), built by Porter, and
   Reading 1187 (0-4-0)
Kinzer, Lukens Steel Co. (0-4-0T) ng
Northumberland, Pennsy locos in storage 460 (4-4-2)
   5741 (4-6-0), G-5;
   7002 (4-4-2), E-3;
   1223 (4-4-0), D-16;
   1187 (2-8-0), R;
   94 (0-4-0), A-5;
   2846 (2-8-0), H-6;
   35 (?); and
   "Reuben Wells" (0-10-0T), 1858
Philadelphia, Franklin Institute - Baldwin 60000 (4-10-2), built '26;
   Rdg. 3 (4-4-0), built 1846, and
   (0-4-0), built 1838 in England
Rock Hill Furnace, stored in roundhouse-East Broad Top 12, 14, 15. 17, 18, all n.g.
Waynesburg, Fair Grounds-Waynesburg & Washington (Pennsy) 4 (2-6-0), ALCO '16, n.g.

              RHODE ISLAND

No steam locos that we know of.

              S0UTH CAROLINA

No steam locos that we know of.

              SOUTH DAK0TA

Deadwood "J. B. Higgin" (0-4-0)
Oblivion.  Black Hills Central Museum-BHC 9 (Mogul), "Chief Iron Horse," Cooke '82;
   ex-C&S, n.g.
                       TENNESSEE


Chattanooga, L&N station - W&A "General" (4-4-0)
Chattanooga Southern "Best Friend of Charleston" replica (?)
Erwin, Highways 9 and 33-Black Mountain 1 (4-6-0) ex-Clinchfield, originally CC&I (Pennsy), built by PRR at Logansport shop
Jackson, Casey Jones Museum Clinchfield '99 (4-6-0), Baldwin ex-Black Mt.
Memphis-Frisco 1351 (2-8-2)
Nashville, Centennial Park-NC&StL 576 (4-8-4), ALCO '42

TEXAS

Abilene, Fair Grounds-Paris & Mt. Pleasant 75 (4-6-0) ex-T&P
Amarillo-Santa Fe 5000 (2-10-4), Baldwin '30, F
Austin, CityPark-SP 786 (2-8-2), Brooks '16
Baytown, Roseland Park-SP 895 (2-8-0), Schen. '13
Beaumont, City Park-SP 975 (2-10-2), Brooks '18
Brownsville, Fort Brown Park-Rio Grande Ry. (n0T D&RGW) 1 (2-4-0), n.g.
Brownwood City Park-Santa Fe 1080 (2-6-2), Baldwin '02 F
Childress, dep0T-FW&D 501 (4-6-2), Baldwin '10
Cleburne, City Park-Santa Fe 3417 (4-6-2), Baldwin '19, F
Dallas, Fair Grounds-T&P 909 (4-8-2), ex-NYC 3001 (replaces original T&P engine damaged by vandals) ALCO '40
El Paso, SP Office Bldg.-El Paso & SW 1 (4-4-0), Breese-Kneeland 1857;
   Union Dep0T-SP  3420 (2-8-0), Baldwin '04
Fort Worth, Will Rogers Memorial Park-T&P 610
Houston, Hermann Park-SP (T&NO) 982 (2-10-2), Baldwin '19
Port Arthur, Bryan Park-KCS 503 (4-6-0), Baldwin '20 F
San Angelo, Fort Concho Park-Santa Fe 1316 (4-6-2), qaldwin'11, F
San Ant r)lo, Maverick Park-SP 794 (2-8-2), Brooks
Slayton, City Park-Sanfa Fe 1809 (2-6-2), Baldwin 6 F
Snider, Scurry Park-Roscoe, Snyder & Pacific 5 (2-6-2), Baldwin '20
Temple, Gober Park-Santa Fe 3423 (4-6-2), Baldwin '21, F
Victoria, Memorial Park-SP (T&NO) 771 (2-8-2). Baldwin '13
Wichita, Falls, City Park-FW&D 304 (2-8-0), ALCO 06, F

UTAH

Ogden, 36th and Wall sts.-SP 1297 (0-6-0), Brooks '08
Ogden, Tabernacle-UP 4436 (0-6-0)
Salt Lake City-D&RGW 223 (2-8-0), n.g.
Salt Lake City, Fair Grounds-UP 618 (2-8-0)
Salt Lake City, Utah Pioneers Park-UP 6264 (2-8-0)

VERMONT

Shelburne, Museum CV 220 (4-6-0), ALCO '15
White River Jct., City Park-B&M 494 (4-4-0), 1892

VIRGINIA

Abingdon dep0T-N&W 433 Richmond '07
Covington, Playground C&O 701 (2-8-0), built '11
Roanoke, Wasena Park N&W 6 (2-8-0), Bal '97, F.

WASHINGTON

Auburn, City Park-NP 2152 (4-6-2), Baldwin '09 F
Camp Grisdale-Simpson Logging I "C. F. White" (0-4-2T), Porter '85
Centralia, City-Cowlitz, Chehalis & Cascade 25 (2-8-0).  F
Chehalis, Roadside Park-CC&C 15 (2-8-2), Baldwin 17, F
Hoquaim, Roadside Park-Rayonier (2-truck Shay), Lima '10
Longview, Library-Long Bell Lumber 5 (Shay)
Longview Forestry Museum-Weyerhaeuser Timber 108 (2-6-6-2T) F
Newhalen-Seattle Lt. & Power 6 (2-6-0), Baldwin, ex-Skaget River Ry.
Pasco, Volunteer Park-NP 1354 (4-6-0), Baldwin '02
Pasco, NP shops, stored for exhibitions NP 684 (4-4-0), Rome '83
Seattle, Woodland Park-GN 1246 (2-8-0), Baldwin '02
Seattle-Puget Sound Ry. Historical Society owns the following scattered about the city:
   Minnes0Ta&Ontario Paper 1 (0-4-0), Davenport '28;
   M&O P 2 (2-truck Heisler), 1931;
   Black Hills & NW (2-6-2T);
   Columbia River Belt Line 7 (2-4-4-2), Baldwin '09, now an side in river
Sedro-Wooley-Puget Sound & Baker River 2 (4-6-0), Baldwin '13
Shelton, Brewer Park-Simpson Lumber 7 (3-truck Shay), 1924
Spokane, High Bridge Park-UP 3206 (4-6-2), Schen. '04
Tacoma, Point Defiance Park-NP 1364 (4-6-0), Baldwin '09, F
Vancouver, Short Park-SP&S 539 (2-8-2), ALCO '17, F ex-NP 1762
Wenatchee, City Park-GN. 1147 (2-8-0), built '02, F
Woodland, Schurman Machine Works-(O-4-0T), Porter, n.g.

WEST VIRGINIA

Bluefield, City Park-N&W 7 (2-8-0), Baldwin '97, F
Charleston, Coonskin Park-C&O 2700 (2-8-4), Lima '43
Princeton, City Park-Vgn. 4 (0-8-0), Baldwin '10

             WISCONSIN

Ashland, Soo Ore Dock, U. S. Highway 2-Soo Line 950 (2-10-0) Baldwin 1900, F
Eau Claire, park - Soo Line 2719 (4-6-2), used occasionally in stand-by service
Fond du Lac, Lakeside Park Soo Line (WC) 2714 (4-6-2), ALCO '14 F
Green Bay, National RR Museum Milw 261 (4-8-4) ALCO '44
   Soo Line (WC) 2718 (4-6-2), ALCO '23
   "Gen. Pershing" (2-10-2) built by Baldwin for AEF, WW1, later ran on Korean Nat RY
   a C&NW 10-wheeler is promised to the Museum
Marshfield, Wildwood Park Soo Line (WC) 2442 (2-8-0) ALCO '11, F
Milwaukee, south end of harbor-Milw. 265 (4-8-4) ALCO 44, F
Oakwood, operating museum of RR. Fan Club of Oakwood-WP&Y 4 (4-4-0), Baldwin '12, ex-Klondike Mines
Rhinelander, Logging Museum-Thunder Lake Lbr. 7 (2-8-0), n.g., ex-A  A Hines Lbr., ex-C&S, ex-DL&G, ex.DSS&P, in poor condition
Stevens Point, Park near dep0T-Soo Line (WC) 2713 (4-6-2), ALCO '11, F
Waukesha, Frame-Soo Line 2645 (4-6-0), ALCO 1900,F, last actual WC engine prior to Soo control
Wisconsin in Rapids-Consolidated Water Power & Paper 350 (2-8-0), ex-GB&W, ALCO '29, F

             WYOMING

Cheyenne, Rodeo Grounds-UP 1242 (4-6-0)
Evanston-UP 4420 (0-6-0)
Rawlins-UP 6533 (2-8-0)

             CANADA

             ALBERTA

Calgary City plans to acquire a CPR oilburning Selkirk type (2-10-4) cIass 5900
Edmonton, Exhibition Asso. CNR 1392 (4-6-0) Mont Locomotive Works '13

BRITISH COLUMBIA

Deerholme, Vancouver Island-Glencoe, Western 24, 25 (b0Th 0-4-0T), n.g.;
   MacMillan & Bloedel 1 (Shay), owned by Jerry Welburn
Nanaimo, park near CPR wharf "Wellington," coal mine logo, Baldwin '92
Port Alberni, half mile outside town, Macmillan & Bledel 2 (Shay)
Prince George, near CNR station, n.g. loco that helped to build old Grand Trunk Pacific
Vancouver, Kitsilano Park, CPR 374, built CPR shops '86, hauled very fast train Montreal to Vancouver on May 23, 1887
Vancouver, Exhibition Park, CPR 2, "Curly" (Originally "Emory"), second engine to arrive in BC (1881) to help buld CPR.  She was built in San Francisco 1868-1869. Served Peru, San Francisco, and Hasting Mills logging road.

             MANITOBA

Winnipeg, CPR Sfation-CPR 1 "Countess of Dufferin" (4-4-0), first loco to enter Western Canada, 1877; ex-NP, ex-Columbia River Lumber Co.

NEWFOUNDLAND

Corner Brook, R0Tary Club-Newfoundland Ry. (CNR) 593 (4-6-2), Baldwin '20, n.g.

             ONTARIO

Englehart, dep0T-ONR 701 (4-6-2), Canadian Loco. Co:, '10 low railing, no fence, maintained by CNR
Hamilton, Gage Park-TH&B 103 (2-8-0), Mont. Loco. W. '10, F
London-CNR 86 (2-6-0), Canadian Loco.  Co. '10
Morrisburg, Ont. & St. Lawrence Development Comm.-GT 1008 (2-6-0), Canadian Loco. Co. '10

SASKATCHEWAN

Saskatoon, Western Development Museum-CNR 1158 (4-6-0), Montreal Loco. Works '10

YUKON TERRITORY

Carcross, near WP&Y main line-Taku Tram (2 miles and 1000 feet long, taken over by WP&Y), "Dutchess" (0-6-0), Baldwin '78, burned wood, later oil, retired 1919