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No.ClassF.M. WhyteGaugeRailroad LineLocationStatusBuilder InfoNotes
1 (2101)T-14-8-44'-8½"Reading B&O Railroad Museum, Baltimore, MDdisplayReading, 1945American Freedom Train Damaged in a roundhouse fire in Kentucky in 1979.
2100T-14-8-44'-8½"Reading B&O Roundhouse, Cleveland, OHrestorationReading, 1945from Elgin Co. RY Museum, St. Thomas, ON, then Richland, WA, restoration by American Steam Railroad Preservation Association
0-2-24'-8½"Reading Franklin Institute Science Museum, Philadelphia, PAdisplayBraithwaite Milner & Co, 1838Named Rocket
2102T-14-8-44'-8½"Reading RBM&N headquarters, Port Clinton, PArestorationReading, 1945
2124T-14-8-44'-8½"Reading Steamtown National Historic Site, Scranton, PAdisplayReading, 1946
2-2-2T4'-8½"Reading Museum of Transportation, St. Louis, MOdisplayBaldwin #10174, 05/1889Named Black Diamond
1251B4-a0-6-0T4'-8½"Reading Railroad Museum of Pennsylvania, Strasburg, PAdisplayReading #2306, 1918Last steam locomotive to operate for a Class 1 Railroad (as a shop goat) until 1964.
4 (1187)A4B0-4-0C4'-8½"Reading Strasburg Railroad, Strasburg, PAstoredBaldwin (Burnham) #21831, 19022nd locomotive to operate at the Strasburg Railroad. Insufficient steamimg capability.
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