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4 (10)2-4-036"Raritan River Sand Co. Disneyland, Anaheim, CAoperationalBaldwin #58367, 1925Named Ernest S. Marsh
3 (5)4-B-R2-4-036"Johns Plantation (Enterprise Plantation) Kirby Family Farm, Williston, FLoperationalH.K. Porter #4643, 09/1910Named Beatrice, built as a 2-4-4RT, rebuilt as a diesel hydraulic, from Opryland, Nashville, later Astroworld, Houston, then Six Flags America, Mitchellville, MD
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
5 (802)2-4-036"Lehigh Stone Cedar Point & Lake Erie Railroad, Sandusky, OHoperationalVulcan Iron Works (Wilkes-Barre) #3333, 1923 Named Judy K
4 (34)2-4-036"Cherokee Wonderland (Carbon Limestone) Cedar Point & Lake Erie Railroad, Sandusky, OHoperationalH.K. Porter #7348, 03/1942to Cherokee Wonderland named Victoria R, then to Cedar Point and named George R
1 (55)2-4-036"N&S Coal Cedar Point & Lake Erie Railroad, Sandusky, OHoperationalDavenport Locomotive Works #2081, 1927 Built as a 0-4-2T, Purchased by Marriott's and rebuilt into a 2-4-4T for Six Flags Great America. Sold to Bill Norred. Traded to Disneyland for Retlaw coaches. Sent to Disneyworld. Traded to Cedar Point. Sent to Knott's for repairs. Sent back to Cedar
222-4-036"Merry Bros Brick Cedar Point & Lake Erie Railroad, Sandusky, OHoperationalVulcan Iron Works (Wilkes-Barre), 1922 Named Myron H
1 (33)B-S-I2-4-036"Huff & Puff (Carbon Limestone) Dry Gulch USA, Adair, OKstored operationalH.K. Porter #7347to Arthur Seifurt, Hilliard, FL then toHuff & Puff, Memphis, TN, Then to Fayette, MS, propane
6012-4-036"Tennessee Coal Six Flags Fiesta Texas, San Antonio, TXoperational (diesel hydraulic)Baldwin, 1917 Named Miss Kitty, diesel-hydraulic

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