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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.
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.
174-4-022" Lakeside Amusement Park, Denver, COout of serviceCagney, 1896disposition unknown
184-4-022" Lakeside Amusement Park, Denver, COout of serviceCagney, 1896disposition unknown
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.
7 (2)4-4-036" Old Hickory Railroad, Jackson, LAout of serviceCrown Metal Products (Elizabeth) #43436, 1964 from Frontierland, Cherokee, NC
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.
824-4-015"R&GN Riverside & Great Northern RY, Wisconsin Dells, WIout of serviceSandley (Janesville), 1957Named L W Neiman; awaiting a new boiler
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