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0-4-0ngGreat American Scenic Brook Rother, Georgetown, CAstoredCustom Fabricators #16Built as a 2-4-0 diesel hydraulic. From Great America, Santa Clara, CA
52-6-0ngNCNG Nevada County NG Railroad Museum, Nevada City, CAdisplayBaldwin (Burnham) #3709, 1875
0-4-4TngWil.B.IsaacsInformation Center, Pioneer Town, CAdisplay
4Shay2TrngDiamond & CaldorEl Dorado Western Railway Foundation, Fairgrounds, Placerville, CArestorationLima #1896, 1907owned by El Dorado Western Railway Foundation, may operate in 2003/4
32-8-0ngUS Potash Los Angeles Co. Fairplex, Pomona, CAdisplayBaldwin (Burnham) #21882, 1903
30-4-0TngYellowAster Desert Museum, Randsburg, CAdisplayH.K. Porter #4468, 1909
1 (6)2-6-0ngNevada Short Line (Utah & Northern) California State Railroad Museum, Sacramento, CAdisplayBaldwin (Burnham) #4562, 1879
237tonHeisler2TrngWSLDepot Park, Tuolumne, CAdisplayStearns Manufacturing #1038, 1899
168T-124-6-0ngD&RG C&TS yard, Antonito, COrestorationBaldwin #6670, 1883 From Antlers Park, Colorado Springs
0-4-0CAngColorado School of Mines, Edgar Mine, Idaho Springs, COunknownno longer here
400-4-0TngKoppers Co Salida Museum, Salida, COdisplayH.K. Porter #6999, 1926
34-4-0ngSanta Cruz National Museum of American History, Smithsonian Museum, Washington, DCdisplayBaldwin (Burnham) #3972, 1876 Named Jupiter
0-4-0TngTennessee Coal Southern Museum of Civil War and Locomotive History, Kennesaw, GAstoredGloverChassis, boiler, and parts only
20-4-0TngSplint Jellico Coal Southern Museum of Civil War and Locomotive History, Kennesaw, GAdisplayGlover #7128, 1926 from Marietta, GA
90-4-0ngSpart & West Georgia State Railroad Museum, Savannah, GAdisplayH.K. Porter
162-4-0ngGreat America Scenic Six Flags Great America, Gurnee, ILoperationalCustom Fabricators #3Diesel hydraulic, Vulcan frame. Red
222-4-0ngGreat America Scenic Six Flags Great America, Gurnee, ILoperationalCustom Fabricators #4Diesel hydraulic, Vulcan frame. Blue
ng private, Sorento, ILabandonedemail for info
19B0-4-0TngD&HR Hesston Steam Museum, Hesston, INgoneOnce named India. Sold to individual in SE UK.
0-4-0TngNorton Abrasives Edaville USA, South Carver, MAunknownfrom PA Coal Colliery, later Athol, MA, sold, current location unknown
12-4-0ngPort Huron & Northwestern Port Huron Museum, Port Huron, MIdisplayH.K. Porter #323, 12/1878Named D. B. Harrington.
0-4-0STng Mehmke Steam Museum, Fife, MTdisplay
10-4-2TngDS&CVRR Nevada State Railroad Museum, Carson City, NVdisplayNamed Joe Douglass
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.
8NG-24-6-0ngSP Lillard Park, Sparks, NVdisplayBaldwin (Burnham) #31445, 1907
290-4-0STngWheeling Steel AuGlaize Village, Defiance, OHrestorationVulcan Iron Works (Wilkes-Barre), 1929
62-4-2ngCarbon Limestonenear former Erie mainline, Hubbard, OHdisplayH.K. Porter0-4-0T, owned by J.P. Marsh, from Youngstown, OH
1024 tonShay2TrngLima Stone Co Allen County Historical Society Complex, Lima, OHdisplayLima #3288, 08/1925 Partially scrapped after retirement but then fully restored by Baldwin-Lima-Hamilton in 1956.
2622-6-2ngSnug Harbor NRHS Oregon Coast Chapter, Coos Bay, ORdisplayOscar Coffman, 1946 from Malibu, CA then Alton & Pacific, then David Stare
1310-4-0CAng Don Gleason, Eugene, ORprivateUniversal Dredge Mfg.
0-4-0TngGalesburg, ORprivate
40-4-0STngGlen Alden CoalMicheal Schlag, Salem, ORprivateVulcan Iron Works (Wilkes-Barre) #3585, 1926from Mt Pleasant, IA
4103 (6)20 ton0-4-0TngWard Hayes ConRiver City Railroad, Salem, ORrestorationVulcan Iron Works (Wilkes-Barre) #4103, 1928To be auctioned February 2017.
10420 ton0-4-0TngWard Hayes ConRiver City Railroad, Salem, ORrestorationVulcan Iron Works (Wilkes-Barre) #4104, 1928
510-4-0TngLehigh Valley CoalHugh Moore Canal Park, Easton, PAdisplayH.K. Porter #7255, 1937
0-4-0STngsalvage company, Gilberton, PArestorationVulcan Iron Works (Wilkes-Barre), 1902-4discovered burried at Ginther Coal Co.
0-4-0TngDon Leap, Madley, PAprivate, storedBMAG #9114, 1927
0-4-0TngDon Leap, Madley, PAprivate, storedOrenstein & Koppel (Berlin) #12721, 1936
4-4-0ngBland's Park (display), Tipton, PAdisplayCrown Metal Products (Elizabeth)
4-4-0ngCarowinds Park, Fort Mill, SCdisplayCrown Metal Products (Elizabeth)Duplication of the Crown in Huntsville? converted to gasoline?
72-8-0ngArgent Lumber Hardeeville City Hall, Hardeeville, SCdisplayH.K. Porter #4776, 1911
0-4-0TngLord Penrhyn Slate Quarriesconcert park, Chattanooga, TNgoneAvonside Engine (Bristol) #2067, 1933 Named Marchlyn, from Whistles in the Wind, Rossville, GA, relocated to Statfold Barn Railway, UK in 2011.
0-4-0TngErzbergbau Salzgitter farm, Palmersville, TNprivateSkoda #1099, 1940 from Benton, KY For Sale
0-4-0TngErzbergbau Salzgitter farm, Palmersville, TNprivateHenschel & Sohn (Kassel) #27125, 1951 from Benton, KY For Sale
19230-6-0TngUSATC US Army Transportation Museum, Ft. Eustis, VAdisplayVulcan Iron Works (Wilkes-Barre) #4770, 1946
1333tonShay2TrngMcClure Lumber North Fork Lumber, Goshen, VArestorationLima #949, 1904diesel conversion, from McClure, VA
62-6-0ngWW&CRRold town site, Columbia River, WAsunk
11770-4-4TngLongview SugarBrad Milne, McKenna, WAdisplayDavenport Locomotive Works #1177, 1911from Ponchatoula, LA, then Richard May, Santa Monica, CA
90-4-0TngSP&S Inland NW Rail Museum, Reardan, WArestorationDavenport Locomotive WorksFrom Spokane
5Shay2TrngEly Thomas Lumber National Railroad Museum, Green Bay, WIdisplayLima #2940, 1917
1AClimax2TrngLH&W Locust Heights & Western, Clarksburg, WVoperationalKeith Mason, 1974 vertical boiler

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