The Pennsylvania Railroad ended up using the greatest number (598) of 2-10-0 locomotives. They were quite successfully used on the PRR Allegheny Mountain routes.
Because of the lack of a rear truck, the 2-10-0 wheel arrangement meant that the firebox be place between the drives making it very narrow or on top of the drivers making it very high and shallow also limiting the driver diameter. As a result, these locomotives could only be used for slow drag service.
|No.||Class||F.M. Whyte||Gauge||Railroad Line||Location||Status||Builder Info||Notes|
|203 (402)||D-2||2-10-0||4'-8½"||GM (AT&N)||Southeastern Railway Museum, Duluth, GA||display||Baldwin|
|209 (533)||D-2||2-10-0||4'-8½"||GM (SAL)||W Academy St, Gainesville, GA||display||Baldwin #61233, 1930|
|208 (530)||D-2||2-10-0||4'-8½"||GM (SAL)||Winder Chamber of Commerce, Winder, GA||display|
|1630||Russian||2-10-0||4'-8½"||SLSF||Illinois Railway Museum, Union, IL||operational||Baldwin #47953, 1918||Appeared in A League of Their Own|
|1632||Russian||2-10-0||4'-8½"||SLSF (SR)||Belton Grandview & Kansas City Railroad, Belton, MO||cosmetic restoration||Baldwin #48522, 1918|
|1621||Russian||2-10-0||4'-8½"||SLSF||Museum of Transportation, St. Louis, MO||display||Baldwin #48420, 1918|
|544 (206)||Russian||2-10-0||4'-8½"||SAL (GM)||North Carolina Transportation Museum, Spencer, NC||display||ALCO (Brooks) #58902, 1918|
|4483||I1sa||2-10-0||4'-8½"||PRR||Western NY Railway Hist Soc, Hamburg, NY||display||Baldwin #56534, 1923||Restoration candidate with the proper funding. May be moved to the Heritage Discovery Center.|
|41 (401)||BLWl||2-10-0||4'-8½"||Woodward Iron (AT&N)||Age of Steam Roundhouse, Sugarcreek, OH||display||Baldwin #60341, 1928||From North Freedom, WI|
|1615||Russian||2-10-0||4'-8½"||SLSF||Missile Park, Altus, OK||display||Baldwin #58829, 1917|
|90||BLWl||2-10-0||4'-8½"||GWR||Strasburg Railroad, Strasburg, PA||operational||Baldwin #57812, 1924||Temporarily out of service for wheel work. Should be back in operation in Nov, 2015|
|1625||Russian||2-10-0||4'-8½"||SLSF||Museum of the American Railroad, Frisco, TX||display||ALCO (Schenectady) #58903, 1918|
|950 (113)||G||2-10-0||4'-8½"||MSP&SSM (Buffalo & Susquehanna)||Across from depot, Ashland, WI||display||Baldwin #17914, 1900|