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76 (9)4-4-224"Frisco (Wayne County Board of Roads Commissio) Silver Dollar City, Branson, MOdisplayDavenport Locomotive Works #1900, 01/1922 Acquired from Alexandria Bay, NY in 1961 as SDCs first locomotive. Retired from operation by 1980.
4004-4-215" Buckley Old Engine Show, Buckley, MIoperationalLawrence WitherillFrom the Clinch Park Zoo, Traverse City.
45 (8085)I-80a4-4-24'-8½"DT&I (NYC) Greenfield Village, Dearborn, MIdisplayALCO (Schenectady) #25887, 03/1902 Beautifully restored
30014-4-212"Folsom Valley Railway Folsom Valley Railway, Folsom, CAoperationalAlan Shelly (Sacramento), 1949 From Seattle, WA
3004-4-212"WF&P Wabash, Frisco & Pacific Railroad, Glencoe, MOout of serviceV.A. Schmodt (Alton, IL), 1958Awaiting boiler repairs.
4-4-215" American Farm Heritage Railroad, Greenville, ILrestorationWagner, 1926
3025A-34-4-24'-8½"SP Travel Town Museum, Los Angeles, CAdisplayALCO (Schenectady) #30005, 1904
124-4-216"Whiskey River Little A-Merrick-A Amusement Park, Marshall, WIoperationalNorm Gracey, 1969named Gracey
1916D4-4-215"Milwaukee County Zoo, Milwaukee, WIoperationalSandley (Janesville), 1961named Harry J. Grant
1015D4-4-24'-8½"C&NW Museum of Transportation, St. Louis, MOcosmetic restorationALCO (Schenectady) #5613, 1900To be cosmetically restored
460E6s4-4-24'-8½"PRR Railroad Museum of Pennsylvania, Strasburg, PAdisplayPRR (Juniata) #2860, 1914Named 'Lindbergh Engine'
7002 (8063)E-7s4-4-24'-8½"PRR Railroad Museum of Pennsylvania, Strasburg, PAdisplayPRR (Juniata) #929, 08/1902At 127.1 MPH (June 11, 1905) the real 7002 was the fastest steam locomotive in the world. Operated at Strasburg until 1989.
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