Some of the last locomotives built in the USA were also Mallets. These were the 2-6-6-2s built by Baldwin for the C&O.
Between these two times, railroads experimented with many articulated wheel arrangements. Some, like the triplex or the 2-6-8-0s used on the Great Northern were quite exotic. Others, like the Big Boy, became some of the most famous locomotives in the world.
|No.||Class||F.M. Whyte||Gauge||Railroad Line||Location||Status||Builder Information||Notes|
|7||2-4-4-2||4'-8½"||Deep River Logging (Columbia River Belt Line)||Oregon Coast Scenic Railroad, Willits, CA||restoration||Baldwin #33463, 1909||Named Skookum. From Mineral, WA|