Australian 4-8-2 Locomotives

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Railroads that used 4-8-2 locomotives (data provided by Steve Llanso of Sweat House Media)

Surviving Examples of 4-8-2 Locomotives

No.ClassF.M. WhyteGaugeRailroad LineLocationStatusBuilder InformationNotes
W-24W4-8-23'-6"STC Sulphide Street Station Railway and Historical Museum, Broken Hill, NSWdisplayBeyer, Peacock & Co. (Manchester) #7553, 1951Named Malcolm Moore
4024004-8-2+2-8-43'-6"SARZig Zag Railway, Lithgow, NSWstoredFranco-Belge #2975, 1953
5711D574-8-24'-8½"NSWGValley Heights Locomotive Depot Heritage Museum, Valley Heights, NSWrestorationClyde Engineering (Granville) #435, 1930From NSWRTM, Thirlmere
W-924W4-8-23'-6"WAGR Old Ghan Heritage Railway, Alice Springs, NToperationalBeyer, Peacock & Co. (Manchester) #7401, 1951Named Lou Marks
10094-8-2+2-8-43'-6"QR Workshops Rail Museum, Ipswich, QLDdisplayBeyer, Peacock & Co. (Manchester) #7349, 1950
W-907W4-8-23'-6"WAGR Steamtown Heritage Rail Centre, Peterborough, SAdisplayBeyer, Peacock & Co. (Manchester) #7384, 1951
W-901W4-8-23'-6"WAGR Steamtown Heritage Rail Centre, Peterborough, SAstored operationalBeyer, Peacock & Co. (Manchester) #7378, 1951
4094004-8-2+2-8-43'-6"SAR National Railway Museum, Port Adelaide, SAdisplayFranco-Belge #2982, 1953
W-25W4-8-23'-6"STC National Railway Museum, Port Adelaide, SAdisplayBeyer, Peacock & Co. (Manchester) #7554, 1951Named F. F. (Gerry) Walsh
W-931W4-8-23'-6"WAGR Pichi Richi Railway, Quorn, SAstoredBeyer, Peacock & Co. (Manchester) #7408, 1951used as parts supply
W-916W4-8-23'-6"WAGR Pichi Richi Railway, Quorn, SArestorationBeyer, Peacock & Co. (Manchester) #7393, 1951
W-934W4-8-23'-6"WAGR Pichi Richi Railway, Quorn, SAoperationalBeyer, Peacock & Co. (Manchester) #7411, 1951
W-22(W-916)W4-8-23'-6"STC Pichi Richi Railway, Quorn, SAoperationalBeyer, Peacock & Co. (Manchester) #7418, 1951Named Justin Hancock, maxquerading as W-22 with full cowling and Silverton Tramway livery
W-933W4-8-23'-6"WAGR Pichi Richi Railway, Quorn, SAout of serviceBeyer, Peacock & Co. (Manchester) #7410, 1951
H-7H4-8-23'-6"TGR Don River Railway, Devonport, TASdisplayVulcan Foundry #5955, 1951
H-1H4-8-23'-6"TGR Tasmanian Transport Museum, Glenorchy, TASdisplayVulcan Foundry #5949, 1951
Q-5Q4-8-23'-6"TGR Tasmanian Transport Museum, Glenorchy, TASdisplayPerry Engineering, Mile End #241, 1923
H-8H4-8-23'-6"TGR Queen Victoria Museum, Launceston, TASdisplayVulcan Foundry #5956, 1951Wheels and frames only, from Devonport
H-2H4-8-23'-6"TGR Derwent Valley Railway, New Norfolk, TASrestorationVulcan Foundry #5950, 1951
H-5H4-8-23'-6"TGRDerwent Valley Railway, New Norfork, TASstoredVulcan Foundry #5953, 1951From Hillwood Strawberry Farm
H6H4-8-23'-6"TGR Lions Park, Perth, TASdisplayVulcan Foundry #5954, 1951sans tender
S-547S4-8-23'-6"WAGR Bellarine Peninsula Railway, Queenscliff, VICstoredWAGR (Midland Workshops) #111, 1947Named Lindsay
3 (G33)G4-8-2+2-8-430"VR (PBPS) Bellarine Peninsula Railway, Queenscliff, VICdisplayVR Newport #G33,571N, 1945 Named Albert A. Gunsser. Moved from North Williamstown in April 2013.
W-953W4-8-23'-6"WAGR Rail Transport Museum, Bassendean, WAUunknownBeyer, Peacock & Co. (Manchester) #7465, 1951
W-947W4-8-23'-6"WAGR Rail Transport Museum, Bassendean, WAUunknownBeyer, Peacock & Co. (Manchester) #7459, 1951
S-549S4-8-23'-6"WAGR Rail Transport Museum, Bassendean, WAUunknownWAGR (Midland Workshops) #93, 1947Named Greenmount
W-943W4-8-23'-6"WAGR Collie Visitor Centre, Collie, WAUdisplayBeyer, Peacock & Co. (Manchester) #7455, 1951
S-542S4-8-23'-6"WAGRrailway terminal, East Perth, WAUdisplayWAGR (Midland Workshops) #68, 1943Named Bakewell
W-919W4-8-23'-6"WAGREsperance Museum, Esperance, WAUdisplayBeyer, Peacock & Co. (Manchester) #7396, 1951
W-903W4-8-23'-6"WAGRHotham Valley Tourist Railway, Pinjarra, WAUoperationalBeyer, Peacock & Co. (Manchester) #7380, 1951Named Marrinup
W-945W4-8-23'-6"WAGRHotham Valley Tourist Railway, Pinjarra, WAUoperationalBeyer, Peacock & Co. (Manchester) #7457, 1951Named Banksiadale
W-920W4-8-23'-6"WAGRHotham Valley Tourist Railway, Pinjarra, WAUoperationalBeyer, Peacock & Co. (Manchester) #7397, 1951Named Pinjarra
W-908W4-8-23'-6"WAGRHotham Valley Tourist Railway, Pinjarra, WAUoperationalBeyer, Peacock & Co. (Manchester) #7385, 1951Named Dwellingup