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No.ClassF.M. WhyteGaugeRailroad LineLocationStatusBuilder InfoNotes
4 (3)0-4-04'-8½"IN Northern depot museum, Aledo, ILdismantledBaldwin #33852, 1909 From Donnellson, IA
50-4-036"Armour Phosphate Co. (US Equipment Co.)Greg Beason, Amory, MSoperationalH.K. Porter #5190, 1912 from Petticoat Junction Railroad, then Warrior, AL.
0-4-04'-8½"Eastern Lumber Maine State Museum, Augusta, MEdisplayHinkley & Druey, 1846Named Lion
0-4-04'-8½"B&O B&O Railroad Museum, Baltimore, MDdisplay1927 Named York, replica, from Chicago Museum of Science & Industry
0-4-04'-8½"B&O B&O Railroad Museum, Baltimore, MDdisplay Rebuilt from #7 Grasshopper, Andrew Jackson to resemble the Atlantic.
0-4-04'-8½"C&A B&O Railroad Museum, Baltimore, MDdisplayNamed Stourbridge Lion, replica. On loan from Smithsonian.
80-4-04'-8½"B&O B&O Railroad Museum, Baltimore, MDdisplayB&O (Mount Clare), 1836Named John Hancock
0-4-036"Pyrite Minewoods off US 17, Bealeton, VAprivateBaldwin, 1890s Pyrite Mine Named Dinky, to Stafford?
0-4-04'-8½"SCR Best Friend Museum, Charleston, SCdisplayNamed Best Friend of Charleston, replica
0-4-04'-8½"SCRSC State Museum, Columbia, SCdisplayNamed Best Friend of Charleston, replica
20-4-024"CCV CC&V ng Railroad, Cripple Creek, COoperationalHenschel & Sohn (Kassel) #28490, 1936From a Hanseatische Kieswerke quarry, Germany
De Witt Clinton0-4-04'-8½"NYC Henry Ford Museum, Dearborn, MIdisplayNYC, 1893 Replica built from fragments of the original which was built in 1831.
9B-S-I0-4-04'-8½"Old Dominion Iron and Steel (US Navy) Handy Dandy Railroad, Denton, NCoperationalH.K. Porter #7372, 1942
70-4-0600mmDenmark Forney Transportation Museum, Denver, COdisplayHenschel & Sohn (Kassel) #21839, 1930From Germany
39 (65)0-4-04'-8½"Duquesne Slag Products (Hammermill Paper) Main Street, Dudley, PAdisplayALCO (Cooke) #63304, 1922Erroneously lettered for the Huntington & Broad Top Mountain
10-4-04'-8½"NP Lake Superior Railroad Museum, Duluth, MNdisplaySmith & Porter #84, 1870 Named Minnetonka
0-4-024"Edgar T Mead, Etna, NHstoredHenschel & Sohn (Kassel)from White River Junction, VT
10-4-04'-8½"ERM&LC (Dolly Varden) Fort Humboldt State Historic Park, Eureka, CAstored operationalMarshutz & Cantrell, 1884 named Falk
50-4-036"Robinson Clay Products North County & Pacific Creek Railroad, Fallbrook, CAoperationalH.K. Porter #6536, 09/1921
1170-4-048"Carroll Park & Western (Lehigh Valley Coal) NJ Museum of Transportation, Farmingdale, NJdisplayVulcan Iron Works (Wilkes-Barre) #3512, 02/1925from Bayville, featured in
0-4-04'-8½"Merry Brothers Brick & Tile (Albion Kaolin) Florence Museum, Florence, SCdisplayVulcan Iron Works, 1917Donated to museum in 1982.
0-4-04'-8½"barn, Fort Madison, IAstoredOrenstein & Koppel (Berlin)most likely a rumor
0-4-0ngGreat American Scenic Brook Rother, Georgetown, CAstoredCustom Fabricators #16Built as a 2-4-0 diesel hydraulic. From Great America, Santa Clara, CA
130-4-04'-8½"Pullman (Georgia Steel) Roosevelt Railroad Museum (defunct), Griffin, GAdisplayH.K. Porter #4458, 11/1909
0-4-036" Doe River Gorge, Hampton, TNstored operationalH.K. PorterPropane; From Dry Gulch USA, Adair, OK.
0-4-04'-8½"D&H Wayne Co. Historical Soc., Honesdale, PAdisplayNamed Stourbridge Lion, replica, 4''-3" gauge
60-4-036"Fairmount & Baltimore Coal & CokeGeorge Roose Estate, Hooven, OHgoneH.K. Porter #7036, 11/1926 from Clarksburg, WV, currently in Japan
40-4-04'-8½"Sharon Steel Depot Museum, Huntsville, ALdisplayH.K. Porter #3077, 1904
10-4-04'-8½"IC (Natchez & Hamburg) Three Rivers Rambler, Knoxville, TNrestorationBraithwaite & Ericson (New Road London and Liverpool, 1834 Named Mississippi, Brought from England to New Orleans in 1836, displayed at Chicago Museum of Science & Industry, sold at auction in 2015
0-4-04'-8½"Garyville Northernwoods, Livingston, LAabandoned
0-4-04'-8½"Rt 612, S of, Marat, VAdisplay
9 (38)0-4-036"Carbon Limestone Nappanee Power From The Past, Nappanee, INrestorationH.K. Porter #8217, 1949 from Petticoat Junction Railroad; then Warrior, AL; being restored by Jerry LeCount
80-4-030"Raritan Copper Lund Machine Works, New Ulm, MNrestorationH.K. Porter #6917, 1924 From Edaville, then restored by Harry Stebbins, Navarre, OH
7010-4-04'-8½"Consumers Co Mid-Continent Railway Museum, North Freedom, WIdisplayALCO (Schenectady) #54627, 1914
34-11C0-4-042"Cowell Cement Poway Midland RR, Poway, CAout of serviceBaldwin (Burnham) #30646, 4/1907 originally a tank locomotive, boiler being replaced
0-4-04'-8½" West Virginia State Farm Museum, Pt. Pleasant, WVdisplay
5 (9419)0-4-04'-8½"AT&SF (Santa Fe Terminal) History Park at Kelley Park, San Jose, CAdisplayBaldwin (Burnham) #17333, 01/1900Named Little Buttercup. From the California State Railroad Museum
90-4-036"Spart & West Georgia State Railroad Museum, Savannah, GAdisplayH.K. PorterPorter frame with steam traction boiler made for Whistles In The Woods
30-4-024"American Smelting Archer Estate, Sebring, FLrestorationVulcan Iron Works (Wilkes-Barre) #4208, 1937Fron Lantana, FL
0-4-024"Silver Queen Mine Silver Queen Mine, Sheep Creek, AKderelictRisdon Iron Works geared
94A5s0-4-04'-8½"PRR Railroad Museum of Pennsylvania, Strasburg, PAdisplayPRR (Juniata) #3191, 1917
L70-4-030"Barber Asphalt & Pavingunknown, Sussex, NJprivate displayVulcan Iron Works (Wilkes-Barre) From Anthonys Pier Four Restaurant, Boston
2 (3)0-4-036"Raritan River Sand Co. Georgia Museum of Agriculture, Tifton, GAdisplayH.K. Porter #6932, 1/1925 from International Toy Train Museum, Orlando
190-4-036"Great American Scenic Railway Kirby Family Farm, Williston, FLoperationalVulcan / Custom Fabricators Diesel-hydraulic, from Great America, Santa Clara, CA then Williston Crossing RV Resort, was a 2-4-0
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