Surviving Steam Locomotives in Arkansas

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No. Class F.M. Whyte Gauge Railroad Line Location Status Builder Info Notes
0-4-0T 36" Batesville Limestone Batesville Riverside Park, Batesville, AR display H.K. Porter #7074, 1928
4 (10) 2-4-0 4'-8½" Portland Cement Rusty Wheels Old Engine Club, Bellefonte, AR display Baldwin #51840, 1919
7085 (6) 0-4-0T 36" Acme Brick Mountain Village 1890, Bull Shoals, AR display H.K. Porter #7085, 1940
35 0-4-0T 600mm Peter Buescher & Sohn ES&NA Railway, Eureka Springs, AR display Orenstein & Koppel (Berlin) #12444, 1933 from Germany, then Marco Polo Park, Bunnell, FL
201 (1) 200 2-6-0 4'-8½" MC&SA (ICC) ES&NA Railway, Eureka Springs, AR display ALCO (Cooke) #39094, 1906 Built for the Panama Canal construction
226 2-8-2 4'-8½" DFI ES&NA Railway, Eureka Springs, AR display Baldwin #60005, 1927 From Benton, AR
101 2-8-0 4'-8½" F&P (TA&G) Cotton Belt Depot, Main St, Fordyce, AR display Baldwin #55644, 1922 see page 11 from Gillam RR Salvage, Alexander
999 4-6-2 15" KCS Creekmore Park, Fort Smith, AR operational park train
4003 (20008) USRAl 2-8-2 4'-8½" SLSF Fort Smith Trolley Museum, 100 S. 4th St., Fort Smith, AR display ALCO (Schenectady) #60946, 1919
2522 (595) TN-61 4-6-0 4'-8½" MP N Slaughter St & E Chism St, Paris, AR display Cooke #2408, 1898 May be moved across town to a new coal mine museum.
336 D3 2-6-0 4'-8½" SSW Arkansas Railroad Museum, Pine Bluff, AR display Baldwin (Burnham) #33286, 1909 from Lewisville, AR
819 L-1 4-8-4 4'-8½" SSW Arkansas Railroad Museum, Pine Bluff, AR restoration SSW, 1942 Featured in 'End of the Line'
1 2-6-0 4'-8½" WTCarter Lumber Reader Railroad, Reader, AR stored Baldwin #29588, 11/1906 Wood burner, from ES&NA
7 2-6-2 4'-8½" Long Leaf Lumber (VF&W) Reader Railroad, Reader, AR stored Burnham, Williams #31063, 1907
4 (22) 2-6-2 4'-8½" WTCarter Lumber Reader Railroad, Reader, AR stored Baldwin #40958, 1913 from Reader Railroad, later leased to Orlando & Mount Dora, FL
360 4-6-0 4'-8½" DFI (TO&E) Queen Wilhelmina State Park, St 88 & 272, SW of town, Rich Mountain, AR display ALCO (Schenectady) #62204, 1920
73 (34) 2-6-0 4'-8½" DV&S (JLC&E) Lee Wesson Plantation, St 158, Victoria, AR display Baldwin #43278, 1916
123 (11) 4-6-0 4'-8½" Southern Lumber (Morelia & Tacambaro) Church & Martin Streets, Warren, AR display Burnham, Williams #30555, 04/1907 Spoked wheels on tender

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