0-4-0 Locomotives in Mexico


Railroads that used 0-4-0 Locomotives in Mexico (data provided by Steve Llanso of Sweat House Media)

Surviving Examples of 0-4-0 Locomotives in Mexico

No.ClassF.M. WhyteGaugeRailroad LineLocationStatusBuilder InfoNotes
10-4-0T30"Compania Minera de San Juan city park, Bahia de Los Angeles, BCNdisplay
0-4-04'-8½"Coke Plant, Esperanzas, COAdisplay
0-4-0TGrupo Acero del Norte Mine, Esperanzas, COAdisplay
50-4-0TCompania Carboniferafairgrounds, Sabinas, COAdisplayH.K. Porter #3359, 1905 named Lupita
10-4-0ST30"Compania Metalurgica Mexicana Penoles Museo de los Metales, Torreon, COAdisplayH.K. Porter #2362, 06/1901
10-4-0T24"FC de TacubayaMexico City, DFstoredKrauss (Munich), 1896
20-4-0ST36"Beristain Necaxa Museo Technologico, Chapultepec Park, Mexico City, DFdisplayH.K. Porter #3009, 05/1904 Named La Burrita
30-4-0T4'-8½"NdeMGomez Palacio, DGOdisplayH.K. Porter
30-4-0F4'-8½"Cerveza Cuauhtemoc Cuauhtemoc Moctezuma Brewery, Monterrey, NLEdisplayMiguel Garcia in search for a museum to take it
0-4-0T24"Laguna Co near public library, Felipe Carrillo Puerto, ROOabandoned
0-4-0T24"Laguna Co near public library, Felipe Carrillo Puerto, ROOabandonedHainaut, Decauville, 1888
0-4-0T24"Laguna Co near lighthouse, Vigia Chico, ROOabandonedHainaut, Decauville partially sunk in a lagoon
50-4-0TngAsarco Mexicana Industrial Minera Mexico, San Luis Potosi, SLPunknownH.K. Porter #2302, 1901 This locomotive has been moved to an unknown location.
40-4-0TngAsarco Mexicana Industrial Minera Mexico, San Luis Potosi, SLPstored poor condition
40-4-0ST4'-8½"Cerveceria Hermosillodepot, Hermosillo, SONdisplayH.K. Porter
0-4-0TngTezonapa, VERunknownOrenstein & Koppel (Berlin), 1904Named La Juanota. Unable to confirm, may not exist.