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3042L-3b4-8-24'-8½"NYC National NYC Railroad Museum, Elkhart, INunknownAlco (Schenectady), 1940Tender only, on display behind 3001. Used as auxiliary water tender for American Freedom Train and Chessie Steam Special then damaged in roundhouse fire.
5000R-67a4-8-44'-8½"CRI&P Steam Railroading Institute, Owosso, MIunknownAlco, 1929Tender only.
6144'-8½" Brooks Construction, Rich Valley, INunknownUnknown locomotive and tender spotted from highway
4'-8½"Jack Flagg, Edaville USA, South Carver, MAunknownHenschel & Sohn (Kassel)from Marshfield, sold, current location unknown
4'-8½"Jack Flagg, Edaville USA, South Carver, MAunknownHenschel & Sohn (Kassel)from Marshfield, sold, current location unknown
40-4-0T4'-8½"AS&RPoint Defiance Park Camp 6, Tacoma, WAunknownDavenport Locomotive Works #2252, 1937removed by owner, current location unknown
0-4-0T4'-8½"farm south of, Velva, NDunknownDavenport Locomotive WorksUsed in coal mines in the area. Now on a farm off Hwy 41 near Ruso, ND.
Heisler4'-8½"Jones LumberVidalia, GAunknown
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