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4A-15Climax2Tr36"Wild GooseKeith Christenson, Chugiak, AKprivate disassembledClimax #313, 1902 Was abandoned near Council for about 60 years.
AClimax2Tr36"Pioneer Mining & Ditch (Wild Goose)Nome, AKabandoned partsClimax #399?, 1903to Friends of the Tanana Valley Railroad?
5 (3)Climax2Tr48"WM Ritter (ERM&LC) Roaring Camp & Big Trees Railroad, Felton, CArestorationClimax #1692, 1928Named Bloomsburg
4 (38)BClimax2Tr4'-8½"Pacific Lumber (Holmes-Eureka Lumber) Roots of Motive Power, Willits, CAoperationalClimax #1621, 1922
103 (2)48tonClimax2Tr4'-8½"Rutledge Lumber Co Lines Creek Historical Trail, Marble Creek, IDabandonedClimax #916, 1909
3 (7)Climax2Tr36"Champion Fiber Cradle of Forestry, Pisgah National Forest, NCdisplayClimax #1323, 1915
6Climax2Tr4'-8½"BeebeRiverRR WMCRR, Clark's Trading Post, Lincoln, NHoperationalClimax #1603, 1921
1Climax2Tr4'-8½"Southern New York RY (Barclay Chemical) Corry Historical Museum, Corry, PAdisplayClimax #1681, 1927
4BClimax2Tr4'-8½"WH Mason Lumber Railroad Museum of Pennsylvania, Strasburg, PAdisplayClimax, 1913Going to PA Lumber Museum, Galeton, PA
3937BClimax2Tr4'-8½"Soniat & DeBlieu (Phoenix Mine & Gratiot River) The Retreat at Artesian Lakes, Romayor, TXdisplayClimax #28, 1893 Recovered and placed on display at the resort.
1AClimax2Tr4'-8½"Cascade LumberCabin Creek, WAdisplay
1AClimax2Tr36"LH&W Locust Heights & Western, Clarksburg, WVoperationalKeith Mason, 1974 vertical boiler
355 tonClimax2Tr4'-8½"Middle Fork RR (Moore-Keppel) Durbin & Greenbrier Valley Railroad, Durbin, WVout of serviceClimax, 11/1910named Durbin Rocket, from CT Trolley Museum, East Windsor, CT, later West Virginia Railroad Museum

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