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No.ClassF.M. WhyteGaugeRailroad LineLocationStatusBuilder InfoNotes
46 (110)2-6-6-24'-8½"CWR (Weyerhaeuser) Pacific Southwest Railway Museum, Campo, CAdisplayBaldwin #62064, 1937 Appeared in There Goes A Train
1309H-62-6-6-24'-8½"C&OWestern MD Scenic, Cumberland, MDrestorationBaldwin #74278, 1949Restoration From B&O Museum. Last steam locomotive built by Baldwin.
122-6-6-24'-8½"SW Forest Ind Pioneer Historical Museum, 2340 N Ft Valley Rd (US 180), Flagstaff, AZdisplayBaldwin #60870, 1929
1308H-62-6-6-24'-8½"C&O C.P. Huntington RR Hist Soc, Huntington, WVdisplayBaldwin #74277, 1949 Placed on the National Register of Historical Places on Jan 31, 2003
382-6-6-24'-8½"Weyerhaeuser Modoc Northern Siding, Merrill, ORdismantledfrom fenced-in lot a mile from Great Western Railroad Museum, McCloud, CA, Fred Kepner collection
62-6-6-24'-8½"Weyerhaeuser Northwest Railway Museum, Snoqualmie, WAdisplayBaldwin #60412, 1928
11110 ton2-6-6-24'-8½"US Plywood Northwest Railway Museum, Snoqualmie, WAdisplayBaldwin #59701, 1926
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