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No.ClassF.M. WhyteGaugeRailroad LineLocationStatusBuilder InfoNotes
22-4-236"M.A. Patout & Son Six Flags Over Texas, Arlington, TXoperationalH.K. Porter #1754, 1897 Originally named Lydia, renamed to Charles Jefferson Patton, known as the Red Train, built as an 0-4-0
32-4-236"M.A. Patout & Son Six Flags Over Texas, Arlington, TXoperationalALCO (Dickson) #1280, 1901 Originally named Mary Ann, renamed to General Sam Houston, known as the "Green Train", built as an 0-4-4T
42-4-215"Redwood Valley Railway Redwood Valley Railway, Berkeley, CAoperational Named Laurel
2422-4-224"C&O Hesston Steam Museum, Hesston, INoperationalSandley (Janesville), 1972from Brookfield Zoo, Chicago, not really a C&O locomotive
52-4-236"Tahoe, Trout Creek and Pacific (Hawaii Railway Company) Connecticut Antique Machinery Association, Kent, CToperationalBaldwin #58686, 1925from Hawaii, Stanford, CA, Lake Tahoe, New Mexico, then Richard May, Georgetown, CA
62-4-230"DMTunknown, unknown, FLstored operationalTom Terning, 1990 From Shaker Woods Festival, Columbiana, OH
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