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19134-6-219"Swanton Pacific (Overfair) Swanton Pacific, Davenport, CArestorationLouis MacDermot, 1914 Built for 1915 Panama Pacific Exposition
2479P-104-6-24'-8½"SP Santa Clara Co Fairgounds, S Hwy 101, San Jose, CArestorationBaldwin #57228, 1923
1481514-6-24'-8½"FEC US Sugar, Clewiston, FLrestoration from Zerr's Historic Steam Train LLC, near C&O engine house, Traverse City, MI, then Monte Vista, CO. Owned by Don Shank's D&RG Historial Foundation.
107 (88)654-6-24'-8½"GAN (FEC) Thronateeska Heritage Center, Albany, GAcosmetic restorationALCO (Schenectady) #50133, 1911
290USRAh4-6-24'-8½"A&WP Southeastern Railway Museum, Duluth, GArestorationLima #7008, 1926 Featured in Fried Green Tomatoes
938P-334-6-24'-8½"CRI&P Illinois Railway Museum, Union, ILcosmetic restorationALCO (Schenectady) #1910, 1910from Fort Worth
152K-2A4-6-24'-8½"L&N Kentucky Railway Museum, New Haven, KYrestorationRogers #6256, 1905official steam locomotive of KY,on the National Register of Historic Places
470C-34-6-24'-8½"MEC Washington Junction, Hancock, MErestorationALCO (Schenectady) #65555, 1924 From Waterville, sold to New England Steam Co., Downeast Scenic Railroad, Ellsworth for restoration to operation.
2156Q-34-6-24'-8½"NP Minnesota Transportation Museum, St. Paul, MNrestorationBaldwin (Burnham) #33281, 1909
197 (3203)P-24-6-24'-8½"OR&N (UP) Oregon Rail Heritage Center, Portland, ORrestorationBaldwin #25717, 1905new cab
1361K4s4-6-24'-8½"PRR Railroaders Memorial Museum, Altoona, PArestorationPRR #3475, 1918 Operated in 1987 and 1988. Restoration ceased in 2008, resumed in 2015
3713P-44-6-24'-8½"B&M Steamtown National Historic Site, Scranton, PArestorationLima #7625, 1934
341734004-6-24'-8½"AT&SF Hulen Park, Cleburne, TXrestorationBaldwin #51889, 1919

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