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0-4-036"Pyrite Minewoods off US 17, Bealeton, VAprivateBaldwin, 1890s Pyrite Mine Named Dinky, to Stafford?
4A-15Climax2Tr36"Wild GooseR.A.I.L.S., Corry, PAprivate disassembledClimax #313, 1902 Was abandoned near Council, AK for about 60 years.
0-4-0T36"Galesburg, ORprivate
1704 (11)0-4-0T36"Helena Mining Phil Richardson, Missoula, MTprivate operationalH.K. Porter #1704, 12/1896
3Shay2Tr36"Pioche PacificCraig Kinnerman, Olympia, WAprivate restorationLima #2194, 07/1909 from Hacienda Hotel & Casino, Boulder City, NV; then Tuolumne, CA
10-4-0T36"Sacramento Brick Leslie Wilmunder, Palermo, CAprivate operationalH.K. Porter #1018, 03/1889From Rancho Cordova then Marysville
118 tonHeisler2Tr36"Richardson Lumber Leslie Wilmunder, Palermo, CAprivate restorationHeisler #1225, 1911From Rancho Cordova then Marysville
40-4-0ST36"Glen Alden CoalMicheal Schlag, Salem, ORprivateVulcan Iron Works (Wilkes-Barre) #3585, 1926from Mt Pleasant, IA
2 (800)2-4-036"Lehigh Stone Pacific Coast Railroad, Santa Margarita, CAprivateVulcan Iron Works (Wilkes-Barre) #3837, 1921 from Cedar Point, then Wild World, Largo, MD, then Cleveland, then became the Dr. Quinn Medicine Woman engine
3 (1)2-6-236"Laurel Valley Plantation (Barker & LePine) Pacific Coast Railroad, Santa Margarita, CAprivateH.K. Porter #1790, 1897 Named Melodia, from Space City USA then Carowinds Amusement Park, Charlotte. Converted from an 0-6-2RT to 2-6-2.
125 ton4-4-036"Astroworld Pacific Coast Railroad, Santa Margarita, CAprivate operationalGuiberson-Harpur, 1968Named Caroline. From Six Flags Astroworld, Houston, TX
7010-4-0T36"NC&StLSam Werner Lumber, Tracy City, TNprivate, storedVulcan Iron Works (Wilkes-Barre) #1780, 1911
7040-4-0T36"NC&StLSam Werner Lumber, Tracy City, TNprivate, storedVulcan Iron Works (Wilkes-Barre) #1987, 1912
30-4-0T36"Detroit Yukon MiningTom Gazi, unknown, CAprivate restorationH.K. Porter #3024, 04/1904Incorrectly identified as Northern Light, Power, Coal & Transportation; currently somewhere in southern California
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