Surviving Steam Locomotives in the District of Columbia
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|No.||Class||F.M. Whyte||Gauge||Railroad Line||Location||Status||Builder Info||Notes|
|1||2-4-0||4'-8½"||PRR (C&A)|| National Museum of American History, Smithsonian Museum, Washington, DC||display||Robert Stephenson & Co. #25, 1831||Named John Bull, last operated in 1981 |
|3||4-4-0||ng||Santa Cruz|| National Museum of American History, Smithsonian Museum, Washington, DC||display||Baldwin (Burnham) #3972, 1876|| Named Jupiter |
|1401||Ps-4||4-6-2||4'-8½"||SR|| National Museum of American History, Smithsonian Museum, Washington, DC||display||ALCO (Richmond) #66888, 1926|| Served on the Charlotte division of the SR. |
How to submit a satellite view
- Go to maps.google.com.
- Locate the steamlocomotive or place for which you are submitting a URL.
- Zoom in as far as you can.
- Click the 'x' to the right of the search box to clear your search terms.
- Copy the URL.
- Paste the URL into a message by clicking on the little icon next to the locomotive for which you are submitting the location.
- Thank you!