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No.ClassF.M. WhyteGaugeRailroad LineLocationStatusBuilder InfoNotes
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.
2132C-10-8-04'-8½"L&N Corbin Tourism and Convention Commission, Corbin, KYdisplayL&N #396, 1922 From Bainbridge, GA
1966M-12-8-44'-8½"L&N Southeastern Railway Museum, Duluth, GAdisplaytender only
3 (39)4-4-04'-8½"W&A (L&N) Southern Museum of Civil War and Locomotive History, Kennesaw, GAdisplayRogers Ketchum & Grosvenor, 1855Named The General
767 (765A)M-12-8-44'-8½"RPCX (L&N) FWRHS, Edgerton Rd, New Haven, INauxiliary water tenderLima #9364, 05/1949Tender only. From Kentucky Railway Museum. Donated by the Seaboard System in 1984. Used as an auxiliary water tender for NKP 765.
285 (2152)USRA0-8-04'-8½"Republic Steel (L&N) Kentucky Railway Museum, New Haven, KYdisplayAlco (Richmond) #66190, 03/1925 Being painted in 2019
152K-2A4-6-24'-8½"L&N Kentucky Railway Museum, New Haven, KYrestorationRogers #6256, 1905Official state steam locomotive of Kentucky. On the National Register of Historic Places. Taken out of service in 2011.
4'-8½"L&N Rigolets Pass RR Bridge SE of, Slidell, LAsunk
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