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No.ClassF.M. WhyteGaugeRailroad LineLocationStatusBuilder InfoNotes
512-8-04'-8½"F&W (GWR) private, Mead, COstoredBaldwin #28665, 1906Featured in 'Stay Tuned', from Fillmore & Western Railway, Fillmore, CA, repaired by Jim Birmingham of Hudson
2-8-024"German Army Hesston Steam Museum, Hesston, INstoredArnold Jung (Kirchen) #2845, 1918Named Feldbahn, from Brookfield Zoo, Chicago
762-8-04'-8½"Mississippian (Jonesboro, Lake City & Eastern) Oakland B&O Railroad Museum, Oakland, MDstoredBaldwin #54265, 1920Operated on the Penn View Mountain from 1967 to 1975 then on the Blairsville and Indianna. From Ohio Central Railroad Shops; then Owosso, MI; displayed as B&O 476
12E-22-8-030"FCM-Mexico Alder Gulch Shortline, Nevada City, MTstoredBaldwin #34313, 1910From Edaville. Last operated in 2010. Was to be put on display. Plans to purchase and place back in service.
12C-182-8-036"Eureka Nevada (F&CC) Nevada Southern Railway (NSRRM), Boulder City, NVstoredBaldwin #14771, 1896stored off site on the wye
13 (6)G-7-S2-8-04'-8½"BC&G (KC&NW) Age of Steam Roundhouse, Sugarcreek, OHstoredALCO (Brooks) #61579, 1920Purchased by BC&G in 1954; in service until 1964; sold to several tourist RR operations; purchased by Jerry Jacobson in 1993; used on summer tourist trains; now needs repairs; awaiting restoration
182-8-04'-8½"Sierra Modoc Northern Siding, Merrill, ORstoredfrom Great Western Railroad Museum, McCloud, CA, tender sold to Tidewater Southern in 1952 then scrapped in 1955.
1246F-82-8-04'-8½"GN Modoc Northern Siding, Merrill, ORstoredBaldwin, 1907Fred Kepner collection
382-8-04'-8½"H&BTM (L&AL) Claysburg shops, Claysburg, PAstored dismantledBaldwin #59946, 1927damaged in fire Previously operated by Rail City, LA&L, Gettysburg, and Knox, Kane & Kinzua Railroad. From Ridgeley, WV
182-8-04'-8½"Preston RR (WV Northern) Cass Scenic Railroad State Park, Cass, WVstoredBaldwin #24738, 1904from Don Leap, Madley, PA; then Elkins

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