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14-4-036" Disneyland, Anaheim, CAoperationalWED Enterprises, 1955Named Cyrus K. Holliday
24-4-036" Disneyland, Anaheim, CAoperationalWED Enterprises, 1955Named EP Ripley
11004-4-04'-8½"SP (SF&ARR)Deschutes Road, Sacramento River, Anderson, CAsunkStevens, 1868Named J.G. Kellogg
49 (12)4-4-04'-8½"W&A (L&N) Atlanta History Center, Atlanta, GAdisplayDanforth, Cooke & Co., 1856 Named Texas. Was cosmetically restored at the NC Transportation Museum. Previously displayed at the Cyclorama.
4-4-036" Six Flags Over Georgia, Austell, GAoperational (diesel)Harpur, 1966Named Texas
4-4-036" Six Flags Over Georgia, Austell, GAout of serviceHarpur, 1966Named The General. diesel / hydraulic; Suffered major fire on 5/11/2018. Has new cab.
25F4-4-04'-8½"B&O B&O Railroad Museum, Baltimore, MDdisplayMason Machine Works #46, 1856Named William Mason. Used to be oldest operational standard gauge steam locomotive on earth, featured in 'The Great Locomotive Chase'
4 (66)4-4-036"Unidos de Yucatan Magic Kingdom, Bay Lake, FLoperationalBaldwin #42915, 1916Named R.O. Disney
4-4-015" Eden Springs Park, Benton Harbor, MIoperationalCagney, 1904
74-4-015" Eden Springs Park, Benton Harbor, MIoperationalCagney, 1904 Rebuilt by House of David 1920
54-4-015"Redwood Valley Railway Redwood Valley Railway, Berkeley, CAoperationalNamed Fern
74-4-0 Bonne Terre Mine, Bonne Terre, MOsunk Fake, mock locomotive.
999 (314)4-4-015"Blue Mountain Railway Blue Mountain Railway, Braddock Heights, MDprivate operationalCagney, 1901 Built for the 1901 Panamerican Exposition in Buffalo, NY
3064-4-024"Everglade Express Veterans Memorial Railroad, Bristol, FLoperationalCrown Metal Products (Elizabeth)Coal fired; From Lion Country Safari, Loxahatchee, FL then Gold Coast Railroad Museum
834-4-024" Knott's Berry Farm, Buena Park, CAoperationalCrown Metal Products (Elizabeth), 1982
34-4-024"Shelby & Southern Shelby & Southern Railroad, Calera, ALstoredCrown Metal Products (Elizabeth)For sale
14-4-024"Tolt River Railroad Remlinger Farms, Carnation, WAoperationalCrown Metal Products (Elizabeth) Named Hank
74-4-024"Tolt River Railroad Remlinger Farms, Carnation, WAoperationalCrown Metal Products (Elizabeth), 1964 from Idlewild Park, Ligonier, PA
84-4-04'-8½"D&R Nevada State Railroad Museum, Carson City, NVstoredCooke Locomotive & Machine Works #1861, 1888From Virginia City, NV, Jamestown, CA, Sacramento
224-4-04'-8½"V&T Nevada State Railroad Museum, Carson City, NVoperationalBaldwin #3693, 1875Named Inyo, featured in Wild Wild West and many movies
184-4-04'-8½"V&T Nevada State Railroad Museum, Carson City, NVdisplayCP (Sacramento) #6, 1873Named Dayton, from the Comstock History Center, Virginia City, NV
24-4-022"Steeplechase Railroad Tellus Science Museum, Cartersville, GAdisplayCagney, 1905
17524-4-024"Portsmouth City RR Mideast Railroad, Carthage, NCoperationalCrown Metal Products (Elizabeth) #33324, 1963 named Pokey Smokey, from Portsmouth, VA
3494-4-04'-8½"Central of GA TVRM Grand Junction Station, Chattanooga, TNdisplayBaldwin (Burnham) #11994, 1891
2D4-4-015" Cheyenne Steamers, Cheyenne, WYoperationalCagney, 1911
4D4-4-015"Como Hot Spring Wasatch Railroad Contractors, Cheyenne, WYrestoration, privateCagney, 1904from Morgan, UT, later Murray and Heber City
1194-4-015" Wasatch Railroad Contractors, Cheyenne, WYoperationalCrown, 1960sFrom CT. Restored in 2015.
34-4-015" Wasatch Railroad Contractors, Cheyenne, WYstoredArmitage-HerschellFrom Moses Lake, WA in 2006.
999C-14a4-4-04'-8½"NYC&HRRR Museum of Science & Industry, Chicago, ILdisplayNYC&HRR, 1893 First steam locomotive in the USA claimed to have reached 100 mph (1893).
4-4-0Cincinnati, OHburied
124-4-036" Kings Island, Cincinnati, OHoperationalCrown Metal Products (Elizabeth), 1972named Kenny Van Meter
194-4-036" Kings Island, Cincinnati, OHoperationalCrown Metal Products (Elizabeth), 1972 named Lew Brown
74-4-04'-8½"DT&I (Detroit & Lima Northern) Greenfield Village, Dearborn, MIoperationalBaldwin #15317, 1897 Henry Ford's personal locomotive. Restored in 2012
14-4-04'-8½"Ford Greenfield Village, Dearborn, MIout of serviceManchester Locomotive Works, 1875 Named Edison. Rebuilt at the Rouge Shops from an 0-4-0 in 1932 to represent an 1800's William Mason by Henry Ford.
110 (3)4-4-04'-8½"J.J. McDonough Lumber (Atlantic & Gulf) Henry Ford Museum, Dearborn, MIdisplayRogers #812, 01/1858 Named Sam Hill, operated in the 1930s when Henry Ford opened and carried President Hoover to the opening of Greenfield Village in 1929.
4-4-015" Forney Transportation Museum, Denver, COdisplayCagney
184-4-022" Lakeside Amusement Park, Denver, COout of serviceCagney, 1896disposition unknown
174-4-022" Lakeside Amusement Park, Denver, COout of serviceCagney, 1896disposition unknown
6284-4-04'-8½"CRI&P Cimarron River between Dover and Kingfisher, Dover, OKsunk Sank on Sep 18, 1906
664-4-04'-8½"Natural Tunnel (Rim Rock) Natural Tunnel State Park, Duffield, VAdisplayBarnett Enterprises (Norton), 1967 Built as 2-4-0 diesel powered tender
14-4-04'-8½"GN (M&P) Lake Superior Railroad Museum, Duluth, MNdisplayNew Jersey Locomotive, 1861 Named William Crooks
104 (1)8-24C4-4-04'-8½"Red River & Gulf (LE) Southeastern Railway Museum, Duluth, GAdisplayBaldwin #52207, 08/1919 Named General II. From Stone Mountain Scenic
164-4-016"CVRR Chippewa Valley Railroad, Eau Claire, WIoperationalCrown Metal Products (Elizabeth), 1959 From Lee Merrick
14-4-036" El Paso Connection, El Paso, TXdisplayCrown Metal Products (Elizabeth) #33136, 1963 from Legend City Amusement Park, Phoenix then Magic Landing Theme Park, El Paso
1 (111)4-4-04'-8½"EP&SW (CM&StP) Union Plaza Transit Terminal, El Paso, TXdisplayBreese, Kneeland & Co. #73, 1857 Cosmetically restored in the 2000s
634-4-04'-8½"Central Pacific The Star Barn Village, Elizabethtown, PAoperationalKloke Locomotive Works, 2009 Named Leviathan, replica based off of O'Connor Engineering blueprints of the locomotives at Promontory Summit
18654-4-016" Knoebels Amusement Resort, Elysburg, PAoperationalCrown Metal Products (Elizabeth), 1960Named Old Smokey Train
10524-4-012" Emerald Hills Railway, Emerald Hills, CAprivate operationalOttaway, 1948
64-4-036" Six Flags St. Louis, Eureka, MOoperationalCrown Metal Products (Elizabeth), 1970 named Tommy G. Robertson
4-4-015" NJ Museum of Transportation, Farmingdale, NJdisplayCagney, 1923from a NJ beachfront amusement park
14-4-024" Lagoon Amusement Park, Farmington, UToperationalCrown Metal Products (Elizabeth)
1264-4-024" Lagoon Amusement Park, Farmington, UToperationalCrown Metal Products (Elizabeth)
34-4-024"Carson City & Mills Park Shortline Railroad Park & Museum, Farmington, UTdisplayCrown Metal Products (Elizabeth)sold, current location unknown
974-4-016"Smokey Joe Eastern Shore Threshermen & Collectors Association, Federalsburg, MDoperationalCrown Metal Products (Elizabeth), 1961 From Haines City, FL
984-4-015"Little Toot Railroad Charley Brown Park, Flora, ILoperationalCrown Metal Products (Elizabeth) #1, 1959 Named Little Toot
14-4-012"Folsom Valley Railway (Ottaway) Folsom Valley Railway, Folsom, CAoperationalErich Thompsen (Berkeley), 1950Named Cricket, from Tilden Park
4-4-024"Carowinds Park, Fort Mill, SCdisplayCrown Metal Products (Elizabeth)Duplication of the Crown in Huntsville? converted to gasoline?
4-4-024" Rotunda Grapevine Railroad Farm, Fredonia, NYunknownCrown Metal Products (Elizabeth)Sold. Going to Salt Lake City
9994-4-015"Gaines, MIstoredArmitage-Herschell, 1904
68 (2)25 ton4-4-036"UP (Astroworld) Brook Rother, Georgetown, CArestorationHarpur, 1968replica, from Astroworld, TX then Silverwood Park, ID then Laramie, WY
4-4-024"Gilroy Gardens, Gilroy, CAoperationalCrown Metal Products (Elizabeth) sold, whereabouts unknown
4-4-024"Gilroy Gardens, Gilroy, CAoperationalCrown Metal Products (Elizabeth) sold, whereabouts unknown
1714-4-012"WF&P Wabash, Frisco & Pacific Railroad, Glencoe, MOoperationalInternational Miniature Railway (Elgin, IL), 1907Reboilered 2018
1804-4-012"WF&P Wabash, Frisco & Pacific Railroad, Glencoe, MOoperational1923From C.A. Wheeler, Hannibal, MO in 1944; Reboilered 2018.
1 (2)4-4-036"Neverland Valley Railroad (Carowinds) Helm & Sons Amusement Company, Glendale, CAout of serviceCrown Metal Products (Elizabeth) #37936, 1973From Carowinds Amusement Park, Charlotte, then Timber Rail Village, White River Junction, VT, and Michael Jackson's Neverland Ranch.
34-4-036" Doe River Gorge, Hampton, TNrestorationCrown Metal Products (Elizabeth)from South of the Border Amusement Park, Charlotte, then Timber Rail Village, White River Junction, VT, then Huntsville, AL
6424-4-04'-8½"T&PVillage Creek, Handley, TXsunk
34-4-024"City Island City Island Railroad, Harrisburg, PAoperationalCrown Metal Products (Elizabeth)Named The General.
254-4-024"Reynolds Brothers Sugar Hempstead & Northern, Hempstead, TXprivateW. Bagnall #2522, 1935Named Simpola
18754-4-024"Dry Gulch RRHershey Park, Hershey, PAoperationalCrown Metal Products (Elizabeth)Named Janelle
19074-4-024"Dry Gulch RRHershey Park, Hershey, PAoperationalCrown Metal Products (Elizabeth)Named Skooter
7 (2)4-4-036" Old Hickory Railroad, Jackson, LAout of serviceCrown Metal Products (Elizabeth) #43436, 1964 from Frontierland, Cherokee, NC
5524-4-036" Worlds of Fun, Kansas City, MOrestorationCrown Metal Products (Elizabeth), 1974From Kings Dominion, VA then Dry Gulch USA, Adair, OK. Propane. Being renovated into ''Levi''.
334-4-036" Worlds of Fun, Kansas City, MOout of serviceCrown Metal Products (Elizabeth) #27636, 1973Named Eli. Being given a complete overhaul at Tweetsie Railroad. Replaced by Dry Gulch USA locomotive.
3 (39)4-4-04'-8½"W&A (L&N) Southern Museum of Civil War and Locomotive History, Kennesaw, GAdisplayRogers Ketchum & Grosvenor, 1855 Named The General
14-4-015"Tough & Rumble Rough & Tumble Threshers Museum, Kinzers, PAoperationalCrown Metal Products (Elizabeth), 1958 Named Toot
60 (260)8-30C4-4-04'-8½"SA&AP (T&NO) Three Rivers Rambler, Knoxville, TNstoredBaldwin #55390, 1922From Stone Mountain, GA
1 (567)4-4-04'-8½"Anthony & Northern (CRI&P)S of town, west of Hwy 19, Arkansas River, Larned, KSsunkBrooks, 1887sunk in 1919
4 (5)8/18 C4-4-036"E&P Dan Markoff, Las Vegas, NVoperationalBaldwin (Burnham) #3763, 1875Named Eureka; Located at the Nevada Southern Railway (NSRRM), Boulder City
74-4-0ng Tropicana Laughlin Hotel and Casino, Laughlin, NVstored operationalCustom FabricatorsBuilt as a 2-4-0 for a Sea World theme park. Donated to Las Vegas Railroad Society.
1 (1193)4-4-04'-8½"ST&E (SP) Travel Town Museum, Los Angeles, CAdisplayJA Norris-Lancaster #12, 1864
984-4-04'-8½"MS Central (LE) Wilmington & Western Railroad, Marshallton, DEoperationalALCO (Brooks) #45921, 01/1909
34-4-024"ES&G Gold Coast Railroad Museum, Miami, FLoperationalCrown Metal Products (Elizabeth) Powered by compressed air.
1024-4-015" B.A.D. Great Northern Railway, Millville, CAprivate operationalHarris Locomotive WorksNamed Big Bubba
1014-4-015" B.A.D. Great Northern Railway, Millville, CAprivate operationalHarris Locomotive WorksNamed Little Bubba
37314-4-012"AT&SF Watson Steam Train & Depot Museum, Missouri Valley, IAoperationalOttaway, 1948
94-4-0Little Smokey RRMonroe County Fairgrounds, Monroe, MIoperationalCrown Metal Products (Elizabeth)
4-4-04'-8½" Mulberry Phosphate Museum, Mulberry, FLdisplayManchester Locomotive Works, 1880
174-4-04'-8½"Northern Central Steam Into History, New Freedom, PAoperationalKloke Locomotive Works #2, 2013Named York
4-4-015"Bear Rock Junction Bear Rock Junction, New Tripoli, PAoperationalCrown Metal Products (Elizabeth), 1959
4-4-015" Herschell Carrousel Factory Museum, North Tonawanda, NYdisplayArmitage-Herschell #0001, 1896
4-4-024"Frontier City, Ocean City, MDoperationalCrown Metal Products (Elizabeth)
1194-4-030"UP Henry Doorly Zoo, Omaha, NEoperationalCrown Metal Products (Elizabeth), 1968 Built to resemble UP 119
34-4-015"W&ARROoltewah, TNprivate restorationCrown Metal Products (Elizabeth) Named LiL General. From the upper mid-west.
4-4-015" (Coney Island) CMSGMA, Orange, MAdisplayCagney, 1905From Worcester. Operates on compressed air.
34-4-04'-8½"Phil&Rdg Franklin Institute Science Museum, Philadelphia, PAdisplayEastwick & Harrison #67, 1842
4-4-015" American Threshermens Show, Pinckneyville, ILoperationalCrown Metal Products (Elizabeth) Named Little Toot, From Marion, IL
994-4-024"PARR (CKRR) Grindstone Road, Port Austin, MIdisplayCrown Metal Products (Elizabeth) #99, 1971 Operated between 1971 and 1980 at Magic Mountain, Valencia, then displayed at Calgrove Kennels, Santa Clarita, CA
18 ton4-4-030"PZRY Washington Park & Zoo RY, Portland, ORoperational
604-4-04'-8½"Central Pacific Golden Spike Utah, Promontory Summit, UToperationalChadwell O'Connor, 1979 Named Jupiter, replica; appeared in Great American Train Rides I
1194-4-04'-8½"UP Golden Spike Utah, Promontory Summit, UToperationalChadwell O'Connor, 1979 replica, appeared in Great American Train Rides I
204-4-015"Laurel Run RR Laurel Run Railroad, Reading, PAoperationalCrown Metal Products (Elizabeth), 1966
231A-54-4-04'-8½"C&Oinside collapsed Church Hill Tunnel, Richmond, VAburiedBaldwin, 1903
14-4-04'-8½"Central Pacific California State Railroad Museum, Sacramento, CAdisplayRichard Norris & Son #1040, 1863Named Governor Stanford
124-4-04'-8½"V&T California State Railroad Museum, Sacramento, CAdisplayM. Baird & Co #3090, 1873Named Genoa
124-4-015" California State Railroad Museum, Sacramento, CAstorednamed Sonoma, from Orland Newville & Pacific RR, Glenn Co. Fairgrounds, Orland
124-4-036"NPC California State Railroad Museum, Sacramento, CAdisplayBaldwin (Burnham) #3843, 1876Named Sonoma
E4-4-022" San Francisco Zoo, San Francisco, CAoperationalCagney, 1904
4-4-015"Harris Steam Farm Harris Steam Farm, Sanborn, NYoperationalCrown Metal Products (Elizabeth), 1962
4-4-015"Harris Steam Farm Harris Steam Farm, Sanborn, NYoperationalCrown Metal Products (Elizabeth)
125 ton4-4-036"Astroworld Pacific Coast Railroad, Santa Margarita, CAprivate operationalGuiberson-Harpur, 1968Named Caroline. From Six Flags Astroworld, Houston, TX
914-4-048"Philadelphia & Reading Coal & Iron Missouri State Fair Grounds, Sedalia, MOdisplayH.K. Porter, 1925Originally an 0-4-0T from Locust Summit, PA. Then converted to an 0-4-2 in Kinnelon, NJ? Converted to a 4-4-0 in 2014.
4-4-024" Prairie Land Heritage Village, South Jacksonville, ILoperationalCrown Metal Products (Elizabeth)From Prairie Run, IL
35 (66)A-24-4-04'-8½"CB&Q (Hannibal & St. Joseph) Patee House Museum, St. Joseph, MOdisplayBaldwin, 1892 Named Missouri. Backdated in 1933 at CB&Q's Aurora Shops
174-4-04'-8½"Boston & Providence Museum of Transportation, St. Louis, MOdisplayB&P (Roxbury), 1863 Named Daniel Nason
394-4-04'-8½"B&A Museum of Transportation, St. Louis, MOdisplayB&A (Springfield, MS), 1876Named Marmora
274 (1040)4-4-04'-8½"C&NW (W&StP) Museum of Transportation, St. Louis, MOdisplayBaldwin #3107, 1873
3114-4-04'-8½"M-K-T Museum of Transportation, St. Louis, MOdisplayBaldwin (Burnham) #10640, 1890Only preserved M-K-T steam locomotive
737 (216)E-314-4-04'-8½"UP (SP) The Double T, Stevenson, CAdisplayBaldwin #8395, 1887 from Portola. Some list this engine in Merced or Turlock.
1223D16sb4-4-04'-8½"PRR Railroad Museum of Pennsylvania, Strasburg, PAdisplayPRR (Juniata) #1399, 1905Featured in 'Hello Dolly', operated until 1989
4-4-015" Strasburg Railroad, Strasburg, PAoperationalCagney, 1920
4-4-04'-8½"Suwanee River Railroad State Agriculture Department Offices, Tallahassee, FLdisplayDanforth, Cooke & Co., 1850 Salvaged from a swamp in March, 1979
44-4-036"Busch Gardens, Tampa, FLrestorationCrown Metal Products (Elizabeth), 1971
54-4-036"Busch Gardens, Tampa, FLoperationalCrown Metal Products (Elizabeth), 1970from Six Flags St. Louis, MO
94-4-036"Busch Gardens, Tampa, FLoperationalCrown Metal Products (Elizabeth), 1971
6014-4-036"Busch Gardens, Tampa, FLoperationalCrown Metal Products (Elizabeth), 1974 from Kings Dominion
10114-4-012" C&H Railroad, Tecumseh, KSoperationalOttawayBuilt sometime between 1946 and 1948.
10454-4-012" C&H Railroad, Tecumseh, KSoperationalOttaway, 1948
4-4-024"Bland's Park (display), Tipton, PAdisplayCrown Metal Products (Elizabeth)
14 (1501)4-4-04'-8½"W. T. Smith (CofG) Pike Heritage Museum, Troy, ALdisplayBaldwin (Burnham) #5892, 1881 From Chapman, AL
114-4-04'-8½"V&T Old Tucson Studios, Tucson, AZdisplayM. Baird & Co #2816, 1872 Named Reno, oldest surviving V&T locomotive
1D4-4-015"Hiawatha Live Steamers Hiawatha Live Steamers, Tupper Lake, NYoperationalWasatch Railroad Contractors, 06/2013
164-4-04'-8½"T&D Illinois Railway Museum, Union, ILdisplayBaldwin #41653, 1914
34-4-024"James Holman, unknown, FLrestorationCrown Metal Products (Elizabeth) Named Leslie Joy, From Quechee Gorge Village
34-4-036"Santa Cruz National Museum of American History, Smithsonian Museum, Washington, DCdisplayBaldwin (Burnham) #3972, 1876 Named Jupiter
684C-14-4-04'-8½"NP Bonanzaville, West Fargo, NDdisplayNew York Locomotive Works #39, 1883
4944-4-04'-8½"B&M New England Transportation Institute and Museum, White River Junction, VTdisplayALCO (Manchester) #1546, 1892
4-4-036"Busch Gardens, Williamsburg, VAoperationalCrown Metal Products (Elizabeth), 1974Named Balmoral Castle
4-4-036"Busch Gardens, Williamsburg, VAoperationalCrown Metal Products (Elizabeth), 1974Named Der Hochbeinige
174-4-036"Busch Gardens, Williamsburg, VAoperationalCrown Metal Products (Elizabeth), 1972Named Alpengeist Express, from Lakeside Park, Salem, VA
74-4-036"Six Gun Territory Kirby Family Farm, Williston, FLoperationalCrown Metal Products (Elizabeth), 1964 From Six Gun Territory, then Silver Springs; Jefferson, TX
44-4-036"Warner Brothers Studio Kirby Family Farm, Williston, FLdisplayCrown Metal Products (Elizabeth)Named Sam Houston while at Six Gun Territory, Silver Springs, then displayed in Atlanta
824-4-015"R&GN Riverside & Great Northern RY, Wisconsin Dells, WIout of serviceSandley (Janesville), 1957Named L W Neiman; awaiting a new boiler
984-4-015"Sandly Light R (Hoot Toot & Whistle) Riverside & Great Northern RY, Wisconsin Dells, WIoperationalNorman Sandley, 1952From Bartlett, IL then Old Wakarusa RR, Wakarusa, IN
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