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No.ClassF.M. WhyteGaugeRailroad LineLocationStatusBuilder InfoNotes
0-4-0CAunknown, Austin, NVunknownUniversal Dredge Mfg.
264 (6264)C-22-8-04'-8½"UP Nevada Southern Railway, Boulder City, NVdisplayBaldwin #30026, 1907cosmetically restored in 2005
12C-182-8-036"Eureka Nevada (F&CC) Nevada Southern Railway, Boulder City, NVdisplayBaldwin #14771, 1896
352-8-24'-8½"Pacific Lumber Nevada Southern Railway, Boulder City, NVdisplayBaldwin #57538, 10/1923 From Heber City, undergoing cosmetic restoration in 2013
10-4-2TngDS&CVRR Nevada State Railroad Museum, Carson City, NVdisplayNamed Joe Douglass
12-6-036"C&TLF Nevada State Railroad Museum, Carson City, NVoperationalBaldwin (Burnham) #3712, 04/1875Named Glenbrook, oldest operating narrow gauge steam locomotive in North America
224-4-04'-8½"V&T Nevada State Railroad Museum, Carson City, NVoperationalBaldwin #3693, 1875Named Inyo, featured in Wild Wild West and many movies
84-4-04'-8½"D&R Nevada State Railroad Museum, Carson City, NVstoredCooke L&M Works #1861, 1888From Virginia City, NV, Jamestown, CA, Sacramento
274-6-04'-8½"V&T Nevada State Railroad Museum, Carson City, NVdisplayBaldwin #39453, 1913
254-6-04'-8½"V&T Nevada State Railroad Museum, Carson City, NVoperationalBaldwin #25016, 1905
30-4-0T4'-8½"Steptoe Valley Mining & Smelting Nevada Northern Railway, East Ely, NVrestorationH.K. Porter #5247, 01/1913From Niles Canyon Railway
932-8-04'-8½"Kennecott Copper (NN) Nevada Northern Railway, East Ely, NVout of serviceALCO (Schenectady) #44604, 01/1909 1472 day inspection
812-8-04'-8½"NN Nevada Northern Railway, East Ely, NVrestorationBaldwin #45351, 1917Virtual Tour
404-6-04'-8½"NN Nevada Northern Railway, East Ely, NVoperationalBaldwin #34942, 1910Appeared in Great American Train Rides I
0-4-0T24"Treadwell Mine Salmon Creek Railroad (Jim Walsh), Fallon, NVstoredDavenport
0-4-0T36"Annex Creek Power Plant (Berners Bay Mining & Milling) Salmon Creek Railroad (Jim Walsh), Fallon, NVstored operationalH.K. Porter #1421, 11/1892 Named Seward, former steam dummy
0-4-2T42"Brown & Rush Mine (Albany Street) Salmon Creek Railroad (Jim Walsh), Fallon, NVstoredH.K. Porter #1392, 07/1892steam dummy
0-4-0CA24"Hooper Eagan, Goldfield, NVprivateUniversal Dredge Mfg.
444244210-6-04'-8½"UP Clark County Museum, Henderson, NVdisplayBaldwin #48276, 1918
791 (7)0-4-0ST600mmHallinger Werke Sunset Station Casino, Henderson, NVdisplayOrenstein & Koppel (Berlin) #791, 1901 from Rhinebeck Airport, NY, Bellows Falls, Scranton, High Country Western Village
4 (5)8/18 C4-4-036"E&P Dan Markoff, Las Vegas, NVoperationalBaldwin (Burnham) #3763, 1875Named Eureka
74-4-0ng Tropicana Laughlin Hotel and Casino, Laughlin, NVstored operationalCustom FabricatorsBuilt as a 2-4-0 for a Sea World theme park. Donated to Las Vegas Railroad Society.
82-6-24'-8½"Feather River Art Wilson Co., Mound House, NVstored operationalBaldwin #32160, 11/1907from V&T Railroad then Gold Hill. Appeared in Great American Train Rides I
279D-112-6-036"C&NW Pioche Town Park, Pioche, NVdisplayALCO (Schenectady) #50829, 1912 named Dinky, from Fennimore, WI
8NG-24-6-0ngSP Lillard Park, Sparks, NVdisplayBaldwin (Burnham) #31445, 1907
184-4-04'-8½"V&T Comstock History Center, Virginia City, NVdisplayCP (Sacramento) #6, 1873Named Dayton, from the Nevada State Railroad Museum
30 (1251)S-120-6-04'-8½"SP V&T Railroad, Virginia City, NVstoredawaiting restoration
292-8-04'-8½"V&T (Louisiana & Pacific) V&T Railroad, Virginia City, NVoperationalBaldwin #44235, 1916 Appeared in Great American Train Rides I
182-8-24'-8½"MCR V&T Railroad, Virginia City, NVoperationalBaldwin #41709, 1914 from McCloud, CA, to be used on a tourist rail line between Carson City and Virginia City, NV in 2010

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