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No.ClassF.M. WhyteGaugeRailroad LineLocationStatusBuilder InfoNotes
1361K4s4-6-24'-8½"PRR Railroaders Memorial Museum, Altoona, PArestorationPRR #3475, 1918 Operated in 1987 and 1988. Restoration ceased in 2008, resumed in 2015
4018 (20030)USRAl2-8-24'-8½"SLSF (PRR) Sloss Furnaces National Historical Landmark, Birmingham, ALdisplayLima #5872, 1919 From Alabama State Fairgrounds
643 (5)B4a0-6-04'-8½"PRR Williams Grove Historical Steam Engine Association, Dillsburg, PAoperationalPRR (Altoona) #2184, 1901Only operating PRR steam locomotive.
4483I1sa2-10-04'-8½"PRR Western NY Railway Hist Soc, Hamburg, NYdisplayBaldwin #56534, 1923 Restoration candidate with the proper funding. May be moved to the Heritage Discovery Center.
60B6sa0-6-04'-8½"PRR Wilmington & Western Railroad Hockessin siding, Hockessin, DEprivate, storedPRR (Juniata) #2746, 1913
350-10-0T4'-8½"PRR (JM&I) Children's Museum, Indianapolis, INdisplayJM&I, 1868Named Reuben Wells
828B-80-6-04'-8½"PRRquarry pit, Monocacy, PAsunk1913Traded to the quarry in 1939 in exchange for PRR 2-8-0 1183 which was displayed at the 1939 World's Fair and is now in Strasburg. Sunk in 1961.
5550T-14-4-4-44'-8½"PRRThe T-1 Trust, Pottstown, PAproposedWasatch Railroad ContractorsMore info
94A5s0-4-04'-8½"PRR Railroad Museum of Pennsylvania, Strasburg, PAdisplayPRR (Juniata) #3191, 1917
1670B6sb0-6-04'-8½"PRR Railroad Museum of Pennsylvania, Strasburg, PAcosmetic restorationPRR (Juniata) #3042, 1916
12-4-04'-8½"PRR Railroad Museum of Pennsylvania, Strasburg, PAdisplayPRR (Altoona), 1940Named John Bull, replica, awaiting boiler inspection
1187R,H32-8-04'-8½"PRR Railroad Museum of Pennsylvania, Strasburg, PAdisplayPRR (Altoona) #1235, 1888
2846H6sb2-8-04'-8½"PRR Railroad Museum of Pennsylvania, Strasburg, PAdisplayBaldwin (Burnham) #26744, 1905
7688H10s2-8-04'-8½"PRR Railroad Museum of Pennsylvania, Strasburg, PAdisplayLima #5063, 1915
520L1s2-8-24'-8½"PRR Railroad Museum of Pennsylvania, Strasburg, PAdisplayBaldwin #44565, 1916Had a boiler explosion on Nov 14, 1942 near Cresson, PA.
1223D16sb4-4-04'-8½"PRR Railroad Museum of Pennsylvania, Strasburg, PAdisplayPRR (Juniata) #1399, 1905Featured in 'Hello Dolly', operated until 1989
460E6s4-4-24'-8½"PRR Railroad Museum of Pennsylvania, Strasburg, PAdisplayPRR (Juniata) #2860, 1914Named 'Lindbergh Engine'
7002 (8063)E-7s4-4-24'-8½"PRR Railroad Museum of Pennsylvania, Strasburg, PAdisplayPRR (Juniata) #929, 08/1902At 127.1 MPH (June 11, 1905) the real 7002 was the fastest steam locomotive in the world. Operated at Strasburg until 1989.
5741G-5s4-6-04'-8½"PRR Railroad Museum of Pennsylvania, Strasburg, PAdisplayPRR (Juniata) #3966, 1924
3750K4s4-6-24'-8½"PRR Railroad Museum of Pennsylvania, Strasburg, PAdisplayPRR (Juniata) #3703, 1920was temporarily numbered 1737 after retirement
6755M1b4-8-24'-8½"PRR Railroad Museum of Pennsylvania, Strasburg, PAdisplayPRR (Altoona) #4225, 1930
12-4-04'-8½"PRR (C&A) National Museum of American History, Smithsonian Museum, Washington, DCdisplayRobert Stephenson & Co. #25, 1831Named John Bull, last operated in 1981, oldest steam locomotive in the USA.
9684 (4)2-6-036"PRR (Waynesburg & Washington) Greene Co. Hist. Museum, Waynesburg, PAstoredALCO (Cooke) #55847, 05/1916Cosmetic restoration in 2019. Possible restoration of runnin gear.
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