4-4-0 "American" Locomotives in the USA

The 4-4-0 or "American" type locomotive was widely used in North America during the 1800's. This wheel arrangement was well suited to the grades and curvature of the railroad of that time. Around 25,000 4-4-0 locomotives were built by companies including Rogers, Baldwin, Cooke and Mason. However, the design required the firebox to fit between the driving wheels which limited its firing (and thus steaming) capacity and by 1900 larger locomotives were needed.


Railroads that used 4-4-0 "American" Locomotives in the USA (data provided by Steve Llanso of Sweat House Media)


Surviving Examples of 4-4-0 "American" Locomotives in the USA

No.ClassF.M. WhyteGaugeRailroad LineLocationStatusBuilder InfoNotes
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.
34-4-036" Six Flags Over Georgia, Austell, GAout of serviceHarpur, 1966Named General. Converted to diesel hydraulic. Suffered a major fire on May 11, 2018. Has a new cab.
494-4-036" Six Flags Over Georgia, Austell, GAoperationalHarpur, 1966Named Texas. Converted to diesel hydraulic.
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'. Previously operated in 2012. Cosmetically restored in 2017.
4 (66)4-4-036"Walt Disney World (Unidos de Yucatan) Magic Kingdom, Bay Lake, FLoperationalBaldwin #42915, 1916Named Roy O. Disney. Temporarily out of service while the upcoming Tron roller coaster is under construction.
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, ALoperationalCrown Metal Products (Elizabeth)
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, NVdisplayCooke Locomotive & Machine Works #1861, 1888From Virginia City, NV, then Jamestown, CA, then Sacramento, CA. Previously operated in 2010. Placed on display at the museum entrance.
224-4-04'-8½"V&T Nevada State Railroad Museum, Carson City, NVoperationalBaldwin #3693, 1875 Named Inyo. Featured in Wild Wild West and many other 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 Children's Hospital at Erlanger - Kennedy Outpatient Center, 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, then Murray, UT, then Heber City, UT.
1194-4-015" Wasatch Railroad Contractors, Cheyenne, WYoperationalCrown Metal Products (Elizabeth), 1960sFrom CT. Restored to operation 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 WesternCincinnati, OHburied Probably built in the 1850s.
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, MIoperationalManchester 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
174-4-022" Lakeside Amusement Park, Denver, COunknownCagney, 1896
184-4-022" Lakeside Amusement Park, Denver, COunknownCagney, 1896
6284-4-04'-8½"CRI&P Cimarron River between Dover and Kingfisher, Dover, OKsunk Sank on September 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"Chippewa Valley 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, AZ, then Magic Landing Theme Park, El Paso, TX.
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, MOout of serviceCrown Metal Products (Elizabeth), 1970 Named Tommy G. Robertson. Painted red.
4-4-015" NJ Museum of Transportation, Farmingdale, NJdisplayCagney, 1923From a NJ beachfront amusement park.
3L4-4-0T36"Cavan Leitrim NJ Museum of Transportation, Farmingdale, NJstoredRobert Stephenson & Co. #2614, 1887Named Lady Edith.
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 in 2021. 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?
9994-4-015"Gaines, MIstoredArmitage-Herschell, 1904
68 (2)25 ton4-4-036"UP (Astroworld) Brook Rother, Georgetown, CArestorationHarpur, 1968Replica. From Six Flags AstroWorld, Houston, TX, then Silverwood amusement park, Athol, 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.
1804-4-012"WF&P Wabash, Frisco & Pacific Railroad, Glencoe, MOoperational1923From C.A. Wheeler, Hannibal, MO in 1944; Reboilered 2018.
1714-4-012"WF&P Wabash, Frisco & Pacific Railroad, Glencoe, MOoperationalInternational Miniature Railway (Elgin, IL), 1907Reboilered in 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.
7 (30)4-4-0ngCarbon Limestone Lark Ranch, Greenfield, INdisplayH.K. Porter #6792, 03/1923Built as a 2-4-0. Rebuilt by Custom Fabricators for Coal Town USA, Jacksboro, TN. May have served at Doe River Gorge then at the Tropicana Laughlin Hotel and Casino, Laughlin, NV. From Craig Ranch Park, Las Vegas, NV.
34-4-036" Doe River Gorge, Hampton, TNoperationalCrown Metal Products (Elizabeth)From Carowinds Amusement Park, then 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
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 restored as Levi. Will operate alongside Eli when the restoration to operation is complete.
334-4-036" Worlds of Fun, Kansas City, MOoperationalCrown Metal Products (Elizabeth) #27636, 1973Named Eli. Taken out of service for a major overhaul in late 2018. Returned to operation in August 2021.
994-4-024"PARR (CKRR) The Fun Farm, Kearney, MOdisplayCrown Metal Products (Elizabeth) #99, 1971 Operated between 1971 and 1980 at Magic Mountain, Valencia, then displayed at Calgrove Kennels, Santa Clarita, CA, then, for a short while near Grindstone Rd, Port Austion, MI. Later displayed at the Lark Ranch, Greenfield, IN.
4-4-024" The Fun Farm, Kearney, MOrestorationCrown Metal Products (Elizabeth)From the Rotunda Grapevine Railroad, Fredonia, NY, then Salt Lake City, UT.
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.
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. Operates occasional special excursions at the C&TS, Chama, NM/Antonito, CO, the D&S, Durango, CO, the NSRM, Carson City, NV, and the NSRRM, Boulder City, NV.
1 (1193)4-4-04'-8½"ST&E (SP) Travel Town Museum, Los Angeles, CAdisplayJA Norris-Lancaster #12, 1864Named Mariposa.
984-4-04'-8½"W&W (Mississippi Central) Wilmington & Western Railroad, Marshallton, DEout of serviceAlco (Brooks) #45921, 01/1909From the Strasburg Railroad, Strasburg, PA. Restored to operation in 1972. Taken out of service in early 2017. Undergoing mandated 1,472-day inspection and overhaul.
34-4-024"ES&G Gold Coast Railroad Museum, Miami, FLoperationalCrown Metal Products (Elizabeth) Powered by compressed air.
1014-4-015" B.A.D. Great Northern Railway, Millville, CAprivate operationalHarris Locomotive WorksNamed Little Bubba.
1024-4-015" B.A.D. Great Northern Railway, Millville, CAprivate operationalHarris Locomotive WorksNamed Big 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. Replica.
34-4-024"City Island Bear Rock Junction, New Tripoli, PAoperationalCrown Metal Products (Elizabeth)Named The General. Sometime operates at City Island Park, Harrisburg, PA.
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.
764-4-015" (Coney Island) CMSGMA, Orange, MAdisplayCagney, 1905 From 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.
18 ton4-4-030"PZRY Washington Park & Zoo RY, Portland, ORoperational
1194-4-04'-8½"UP Golden Spike Utah, Promontory Summit, UToperationalChadwell O'Connor, 1979 Replica. Appeared in Great American Train Rides I.
604-4-04'-8½"Central Pacific Golden Spike Utah, Promontory Summit, UToperationalChadwell O'Connor, 1979 Replica. Named Jupiter. 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, CAout of serviceGuiberson-Harpur, 1968Named Caroline. From Six Flags AstroWorld, Houston, TX. Awaiting a new boiler.
914-4-048"Philadelphia & Reading Coal & Iron Missouri State Fair Grounds, Sedalia, MOdisplayH.K. Porter, 1925From Locust Summit, PA. Originally built as an 0-4-0T type. Converted into an 0-4-2 type in Kinnelon, NJ? Converted again to a 4-4-0 type 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.
3114-4-04'-8½"M-K-T Museum of Transportation, St. Louis, MOdisplayBaldwin (Burnham) #10640, 1890Only preserved M-K-T steam locomotive.
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. Sans tender.
274 (1040)4-4-04'-8½"C&NW (W&StP) Museum of Transportation, St. Louis, MOdisplayBaldwin #3107, 1873
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'. Leased to the Strasburg Railroad from 1963 to 1989 for excursion service.
3 (15)4-4-015"Strasburg 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, FLstoredCrown Metal Products (Elizabeth), 1971Taken out of service in 2005. Restoration postponed indefinitely. Painted green.
54-4-036"Busch Gardens, Tampa, FLoperationalCrown Metal Products (Elizabeth), 1970From Six Flags St. Louis, Eureka, MO. Painted yellow.
94-4-036"Busch Gardens, Tampa, FLoperationalCrown Metal Products (Elizabeth), 1971 Painted red.
6014-4-036"Busch Gardens, Tampa, FLoperationalCrown Metal Products (Elizabeth), 1974 From Kings Dominion, Doswell, VA. Painted green.
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.
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 the Quechee Gorge Village.
114-4-04'-8½"V&T V&T Railroad, Virginia City, NVrestorationM. Baird & Co #2816, 1872 Named Reno. Oldest surviving V&T locomotive. Previously displayed at the Old Tucson Studios, Tucson, AZ. To be restored to operation.
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, WIoperationalSandley (Janesville), 1957Named L W Neiman; received 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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