2-4-4 Locomotives in the USA

The 2-4-4 arrangement was only used with tank engines. It was one of the designs used on Mason Bogie locomotives.


Railroads that used 2-4-4 Locomotives in the USA (data provided by Steve Llanso of Sweat House Media)

Surviving Examples of 2-4-4 Locomotives in the USA

No.ClassF.M. WhyteGaugeRailroad LineLocationStatusBuilder InfoNotes
112-4-4T24"WW&F WW&F Railway Museum, Alna, MEconstruction Being built as a reconstruction of 7.
52-4-4T36"Barker & LePine Disneyland, Anaheim, CAoperationalBaldwin #20925, 1902Named Ward Kimball (formerly Maud L). From the Cedar Point amusement park. Originally built as an 0-4-4T type.
3 (1)2-4-4T36"Godchaux Sugar (Reserve Plantation) Disneyland, Anaheim, CAoperationalBaldwin (Burnham) #14065, 1894Named Fred Gurley.
22-4-4T36"Stine Coal Grapevine Vintage Railroad, Grapevine, TXstoredVulcan Iron Works (Wilkes-Barre) #3070, 1920 Named Rachel, originally an 0-4-0T, from Opryland, then Tennesee Central Museum, Nashville, then ET&WNC Doe River Gorge, Hampton.
2-4-4T24"R&GN Little A-Merrick-A Amusement Park, Marshall, WIstoredSandley (Janesville)From Wisconsin Dells. Last Sandley locomotive.
72-4-4T24"Bridgton & Saco River Maine NG Railroad & Museum, Portland, MEoperationalBaldwin #40864, 1913 From Edaville. Restored early 2018.
82-4-4T24"Bridgton & Saco River Maine NG Railroad & Museum, Portland, MEstoredBaldwin #57659, 1924
32-4-4T36"Godchaux Sugar near Godchaux Suger Mill, Reserve, LAdisplayBaldwin #16199, 09/1898 Temporarily moved during plantation house restoration.
2012-4-4T4'-8½"IC Illinois Railway Museum, Union, ILdisplayRogers #2588, 1880 From Peoria, IL, then Heritage Halls, Owatonna, MN.
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