2-2-0 "Planet" Locomotives in the USA

This was an inversion of the Rocket type (0-2-2). Its name comes from the name of the first example in 1830: Robert Stephenson's Planet.

Railroads that used 2-2-0 "Planet" locomotives in the USA (data provided by Steve Llanso of Sweat House Media)

Surviving Examples of 2-2-0 "Planet" Locomotives in the USA

No.ClassF.M. WhyteGaugeRailroad LineLocationStatusBuilder InfoNotes
2-2-04'-8½"B&O B&O Railroad Museum, Baltimore, MDoperationalB&O (Mt. Clare), 1927Named Tom Thumb, replica
10-2-2-0cog4'-8½"MWC Base Station, Bretton Woods, NHdisplayManchester Locomotive Works, 1883Named Mount Washington
100-2-2-0cog4'-8"MWC Mt Washington Cog RY, Bretton Woods, NHoperationalMt. Washington Cog Railway, 1969Named Kroflite
30-2-2-0cog4'-8"MWC Mt Washington Cog RY, Bretton Woods, NHoperationalALCO (Manchester), 1883Named Agiocochook
90-2-2-0cog4'-8"MWC Mt Washington Cog RY, Bretton Woods, NHoperationalALCO (Manchester) #45091, 1908Named Waumbek
20-2-2-0cog4'-8"MWC Mt Washington Cog RY, Bretton Woods, NHoperationalALCO (Manchester), 1875Named Ammonoosuc
60-2-2-0cog4'-8"MWC Mt Washington Cog RY, Bretton Woods, NHoperationalALCO (Manchester), 1878Named Kancamagus
40-2-2-0cog4'-8"MWC gazebo, Twin Mountain, NHdisplayALCO (Manchester), 1883Named Chocorua. Carries cab and tender of 8 Moosilauke

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