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No.ClassF.M. WhyteGaugeRailroad LineLocationStatusBuilder InfoNotes
20-4-0T36"Cheney Lime & Cement Cheney Lime & Cement, Allgood, ALstoredRogers #46731, 1910
1784-6-04'-8½"Columbus & Greenville Propst Park, Columbus, MSdisplayRogers #5609
104E-520-6-04'-8½"Milstead RR (WofA) GA RR Depot, Conyers, GAdisplayRogers #6259, 1905 Named Dinky
110 (3)4-4-04'-8½"J.J. McDonough Lumber (Atlantic & Gulf) Henry Ford Museum, Dearborn, MIdisplayRogers #812, 01/1858 Named Sam Hill, operated in the 1930s when Henry Ford opened and carried President Hoover to the opening of Greenfield Village in 1929.
34-6-04'-8½"Sierra Railtown 1897 State Historic Park, Jamestown, CAoperationalRogers #4493, 1891 Featured in 'Back to the Future III' and many other movies
3 (39)4-4-04'-8½"W&A (L&N) Southern Museum of Civil War and Locomotive History, Kennesaw, GAdisplayRogers Ketchum & Grosvenor, 1855 Named The General
320-4-0T4'-8½"LAHD Travel Town Museum, Los Angeles, CAdisplayAlco (Rogers) #53115, 06/1913
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
30 (105)0-4-0T4'-8½"Macon Iron & Paper Stock (Georgia Power) Georgia State Railroad Museum, Savannah, GAoperationalAlco (Rogers) #53880, 06/1913Named Goat, from Macon, GA
924L-50-6-04'-8½"NP (StP&D) Northwest Railway Museum, Snoqualmie, WArestorationRogers #5425, 1899
7642-8-04'-8½"IC Museum of Transportation, St. Louis, MOdisplayAlco (Rogers) #6178, 1904
328S-104-6-04'-8½"NP Minnesota Transportation Museum, St. Paul, MNdisplayRogers #37583, 1907Operated until 2000. Undergoing slow restoration.
2012-4-4T4'-8½"IC Illinois Railway Museum, Union, ILdisplayRogers #2588, 1880 from Peoria, IL then Heritage Halls, Owatonna, MN
637 (309)K-24-6-04'-8½"CB&Q (B&MR) Illinois Railway Museum, Union, ILdisplayRogers #4788, 11/1892
1147F-82-8-04'-8½"GN Stevens St Park, Wenatchee, WAdisplayRogers #5796, 1902
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