2-6-2 Locomotives in Mexico

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Railroads that used 2-6-2 Locomotives in Mexico (data provided by Steve Llanso of Sweat House Media)

Surviving Examples of 2-6-2 Locomotives in Mexico

No.ClassF.M. WhyteGaugeRailroad LineLocationStatusBuilder InfoNotes
7542-6-24'-8½"CH-P CH-P depot, Chihuahua, CHHdisplayALCO (Schenectady) #50357, 1911
1052-6-2TCompania Carbonifera de Sabinasfairgrounds, Sabinas, COAdisplayALCO (Brooks) #44442, 1907 named Leonor
7 (68)2-6-24'-8½"Mexicano del Pacifico (Calcasieu Long Leaf Lumber) sugar mill, Los Mochis, SINdisplayBaldwin #54077, 1920 Last (1994) common carrier steam freight locomotive in North America. To be displayed downtown.
6 (21)2-6-24'-8½"Mexicano del Pacifico (CA Western) sugar mill, Los Mochis, SINdisplayBaldwin #53277, 1920 Built with Vanderbilt tender.
122-6-2T36"Cananea Consolidated Copper Cananea Consolidated Copper Mine, Cananea, SONdisplayALCO (Schenectady) #31854, 1906 Unsure of exact location
72-6-2T36"Cananea Consolidated Copper Cananea Consolidated Copper Mine, Cananea, SONstoredALCO (Schenectady) #30317, 01/1905 Unsure of exact location
82-6-2T36"Cananea Consolidated Copper Transportation Museum, Jalapa, VERdisplayALCO (Dickson) #29719, 07/1906
52-6-2ST30"Ingenio San Pedro (La Torre y Tepetongo) San Francisco El Naranjal Mill, Lerdo de Tejada, VERscrappedBaldwin #14799, 04/1896 Built as 2 foot gauge. Scrapped in early 2000s
42-6-2ST30"Ingenio San Pedro (FC Cazadero y San Pablo) San Francisco El Naranjal Mill, Lerdo de Tejada, VERdisplayBaldwin #14798, 04/1896 Built as 2 foot gauge