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341534004-6-24'-8½"AT&SF Abilene & Smoky Valley Railroad, Abilene, KSoperationalBaldwin #51861, 1919
107 (88)654-6-24'-8½"GAN (FEC) Thronateeska Heritage Center, Albany, GAcosmetic restorationALCO (Schenectady) #50133, 1911
1361K4s4-6-24'-8½"PRR Railroaders Memorial Museum, Altoona, PArestorationPRR #3475, 1918 Operated in 1987 and 1988. Restoration ceased in 2008, resumed in 2015
736H-34-6-24'-8½"MSP&SSM Telulah Park, Appleton, WIdisplayALCO (Schenectady) #53137, 1913
5300P74-6-24'-8½"B&O B&O Railroad Museum, Baltimore, MDdisplayBaldwin #59881, 1927Named President Washington
2164Q-34-6-24'-8½"NP Camp Hancock State Historic Site, Bismarck, NDdisplayBaldwin (Burnham) #33679, 1909
5288 (516)J-7-b4-6-24'-8½"CNR TVRM Grand Junction Station, Chattanooga, TNdisplayMontreal Locomotive Works #60483, 1918 from Steamtown
501F-3-A4-6-24'-8½"CB&Q (FW&D) R. Wright Armstrong Park, Childress, TXdisplayBaldwin #35798, 1910
341734004-6-24'-8½"AT&SF Hulen Park, Cleburne, TXrestorationBaldwin #51889, 1919
1481514-6-24'-8½"FEC US Sugar, Clewiston, FLoperationalALCO (Richmond) #61769, 1920 from Zerr's Historic Steam Train LLC, near C&O engine house, Traverse City, MI, then Monte Vista, CO. Owned by Don Shank's D&RG Historial Foundation.
1104-6-24'-8½"Little River Little River Railroad, Coldwater, MIout of serviceBaldwin #37303, 1911 Smallest std gauge 4-6-2 ever built
19124-6-219"Swanton Pacific (Overfair) Swanton Pacific, Davenport, CAoperationalLouis MacDermot, 1914 Built for 1915 Panama Pacific Exposition
19134-6-219"Swanton Pacific (Overfair) Swanton Pacific, Davenport, CArestorationLouis MacDermot, 1914 Built for 1915 Panama Pacific Exposition
19144-6-219"Swanton Pacific (Overfair) Swanton Pacific, Davenport, CAoperationalLouis MacDermot, 1914 Built for 1915 Panama Pacific Exposition
30034-6-230"Detroit Zoo, Detroit, MIdisplayCagney, 1931 gasoline
2719H-234-6-24'-8½"MSP&SSM Lake Superior Railroad Museum, Duluth, MNout of serviceALCO (Schenectady) #64314, 1923 from Altoona, Chippewa Valley Railroad
290USRAh4-6-24'-8½"A&WP Southeastern Railway Museum, Duluth, GArestorationLima #7008, 1926 Featured in Fried Green Tomatoes
750 (80)654-6-24'-8½"S&A (FEC) Southeastern Railway Museum, Duluth, GAdisplayALCO (Schenectady) #46567, 1910 Featured in Biloxi Blues, last operated in 1989
905P-334-6-24'-8½"CRI&P Fuqua Park, Hwy 81 & Beech Ave., Duncan, OKdisplayALCO (Schenectady) #48122, 1910
886 (887)P-314-6-24'-8½"CRI&P Wheels O' Time Museum, Dunlap, ILdisplayALCO (Schenectady) #46026, 1909
5632K-4-b4-6-24'-8½"GTW near water tower, Durand, MIdisplayBaldwin #61073, 1929
2714H-224-6-24'-8½"MSP&SSM Lakeside Park, Fond Du Lac, WIdisplayALCO (Schenectady) #54449, 1914
9994-6-215"KCS Creekmore Park, Fort Smith, ARout of service park train, tube failure in 2016
730H-34-6-24'-8½"MSP&SSM Soo yard, Gladstone, MIdisplayALCO (Schenectady) #49800, 1911cosmetically restored at E&LS shops, Escanaba
1501 (400)4-6-212"Frisco (WF&P) Wabash, Frisco & Pacific Railroad, Glencoe, MOrestorationJackson-Rigby (Shalford, Surrey England), 1925Operated by the CP's Treasure Island exhibit at the 1926 Philadelphia Sesquicentennial Expo. Operated until 1935 at Crystal City Amusement Park, Tulsa, OK.
4014-6-212"WF&P Wabash, Frisco & Pacific Railroad, Glencoe, MOrestorationJackson-Rigby (Shalford, Surrey England), 1925Operated by the CP's Treasure Island exhibit at the 1926 Philadelphia Sesquicentennial Expo.
4034-6-212"WF&P Wabash, Frisco & Pacific Railroad, Glencoe, MOrestorationFrank Catanzariti, 1966-67May be a rebuild of a 1924 Willis E. Cowling, N&W, Bluefield, WV locomotive.
341634004-6-24'-8½"AT&SF Brit Spaugh Park, Great Bend, KSdisplayBaldwin #51888, 1919
2718H-234-6-24'-8½"MSP&SSM National Railroad Museum, Green Bay, WIdisplayALCO (Schenectady) #64313, 1924
60008 (4496)A44-6-24'-8½"BR (LNER) National Railroad Museum, Green Bay, WIdisplayDoncaster #1861, 1937 Named Golden Shuttle then Dwight D. Eisenhower, Three cylinder, from England
202K-24-6-24'-8½"WM Hagerstown City Park, Hagerstown, MDdisplayBaldwin #38076, 1912
470C-34-6-24'-8½"MEC Washington Junction, Hancock, MErestorationALCO (Schenectady) #65555, 1924 From Waterville, sold to New England Steam Co., Downeast Scenic Railroad, Ellsworth for restoration to operation.
5030J-3-a4-6-24'-8½"GTW R.A. Greene Park, Jackson, MIdisplayBaldwin #38441, 1912
1504USRAl4-6-24'-8½"ACL Prime F. Osborn Convention Center, Jacksonville, FLdisplayALCO (Richmond) #59314, 1919 Restoration candidate
342434004-6-24'-8½"AT&SF Edwards County Historical Museum, Kinsley, KSdisplayBaldwin #54952, 1921
54-6-218"BJWRR Billy Jones Wildcat Railroad, Oak Meadow Park, Los Gatos, CAoperationalMerrick Light Railway Equipment, 2013
19564-6-216"Whiskey River Little A-Merrick-A Amusement Park, Marshall, WIoperationalGeorge Reddington, 1956named Daylight, formerly Gene Autry from Melodie Ranch
19194-6-216"Whiskey River Little A-Merrick-A Amusement Park, Marshall, WIoperationalMerrick Light Railway Equipment #1996named Lee W. Merrick
4-6-216"Whiskey River Little A-Merrick-A Amusement Park, Marshall, WIoperationalGeorge Reddington, 1949 named Oakland Acorn
1131514-6-24'-8½"FEC Gold Coast Railroad Museum, Miami, FLdisplayALCO (Schenectady) #53902, 1913 For sale.
1531514-6-24'-8½"FEC Gold Coast Railroad Museum, Miami, FLdisplayALCO (Schenectady) #63262, 1922
19244-6-215"Milwaukee County Zoo, Milwaukee, WIoperationalSandley (Janesville), 1977
735H-34-6-24'-8½"MSP&SSM Roosevelt Park, Minot, NDdisplayALCO (Schenectady) #53136, 1913asbestos removed in 2004
224-6-215" Tiny Town, Morrison, COout of serviceUhrich Locomotive Works (Strasburg)Named Occasional Rose; receiving new chassis
152K-2A4-6-24'-8½"L&N Kentucky Railway Museum, New Haven, KYrestorationRogers #6256, 1905official steam locomotive of KY,on the National Register of Historic Places
425G-14-6-24'-8½"BM&R (GM&N) RBM&N headquarters, Port Clinton, PAoperationalBaldwin #60339, 01/1928
197 (3203)P-24-6-24'-8½"OR&N (UP) Oregon Rail Heritage Center, Portland, ORrestorationBaldwin #25717, 1905new cab
3666P-24-6-24'-8½"B&M Piscataqua River, Portsmouth, NHsunkALCO (Schenectady), 1913
3206P-14-6-24'-8½"UP (OR&N) Inland NW Rail Museum, Reardan, WAdisplayALCO (Schenectady) #30037, 1904 From Spokane
500 (1316)137 ton4-6-24'-8½"TSRR (AT&SF) Texas State Railroad, Rusk, TXstoredBaldwin #37332, 1911To be restored to operation.
19154-6-219"Overfair California State Railroad Museum, Sacramento, CAdisplayLouis MacDermot, 1914 Built for 1915 Panama Pacific Exposition. Never operated.
2467P-84-6-24'-8½"SP California State Railroad Museum, Sacramento, CAstored serviceableBaldwin #54472, 01/1921on loan from PLA, Oakland
2479P-104-6-24'-8½"SP Santa Clara Co Fairgounds, S Hwy 101, San Jose, CArestorationBaldwin #57228, 1923
2472P-84-6-24'-8½"SPunknown, Schellville, CAstored operationalBaldwin #54477, 1921 owned by the GGRM
2317G3c4-6-24'-8½"CPR Steamtown National Historic Site, Scranton, PAout of serviceMontreal Locomotive Works #64541, 1923
3713P-44-6-24'-8½"B&M Steamtown National Historic Site, Scranton, PArestorationLima #7625, 1934
1355H-54-6-24'-8½"GN Sioux City Railroad Museum, Sioux City, IAdisplayBaldwin #33908, 1909 Built as an E14 10-wheeler, rebuilt into a Pacific in 1924.
5529K-1-d4-6-24'-8½"CNR Museum of Transportation, St. Louis, MOdisplayMontreal Locomotive Works #38914, 1905
2156Q-34-6-24'-8½"NP Minnesota Transportation Museum, St. Paul, MNrestorationBaldwin (Burnham) #33281, 1909
2153Q-34-6-24'-8½"NP Minnesota Transportation Museum, St. Paul, MNstoredBaldwin #33278, 03/1909from East Grand Forks
2713H-214-6-24'-8½"MSP&SSM Veteran's Memorial Park, Stevens Point, WIdisplayALCO (Schenectady) #49796, 1913
3750K4s4-6-24'-8½"PRR Railroad Museum of Pennsylvania, Strasburg, PAdisplayPRR (Juniata) #3703, 1920was temporarily numbered 1737 after retirement
1278 (127)G5d4-6-24'-8½"CPR Age of Steam Roundhouse, Sugarcreek, OHstoredCLC #2435, 1948Sold to Steamtown USA in 1965; renumbered #127; used on excursions; traded to Gettysburg RR for CN 2-8-2 #3254; minor crown sheet failure on GRR in 1995; purchased by Jerry Jacobson in 1998
1293G5d4-6-24'-8½"CPR Age of Steam Roundhouse, Sugarcreek, OHoperationalCLC #2450, 1948 Retired in 1959; sold to Steamtown USA in 1964; used on tourist trains; featured in 'Terror Train'; purchased by Jerry Jacobson in 1996
342334004-6-24'-8½"AT&SF Railroad & Heritage Museum, Temple, TXdisplayBaldwin #54951, 1921 moved to restored downtown depot
2152Q-34-6-24'-8½"NP Northern Pacific Railway Museum, Toppenish, WAdisplayBaldwin (Burnham) #33277, 1909 from Auburn, WA
938P-334-6-24'-8½"CRI&P Illinois Railway Museum, Union, ILcosmetic restorationALCO (Schenectady) #1910, 1910from Fort Worth
1401Ps-44-6-24'-8½"Southern National Museum of American History, Smithsonian Museum, Washington, DCdisplayALCO (Richmond) #66888, 1926 Served on the Charlotte division of the SR.
1246G5c4-6-24'-8½"CPRRailroad Museum of New England, Waterville, CTdisplayMontreal Locomotive Works, 1946painted in April, 2002
578E2a4-6-24'-8½"N&W Ohio Railway Museum, Worthington, OHdisplayALCO (Richmond) #46831, 1910 Operated until 1978
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