Surviving Steam Locomotives in Connecticut

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No.ClassF.M. WhyteGaugeRailroad LineLocationStatusBuilder InformationNotes
1455 (100)2-6-04'-8½"B&M Danbury Railway Museum, Danbury, CTrestorationALCO, 1907from SEMASS, Rochester, MA
250 ton0-6-0T4'-8½"Simon Wrecking Valley Railroad, Essex, CTcosmetic restorationH.K. Porter, 1920 Former Steamtown USA locomotive, from Simon Wrecking Company, Newbury, then Peabody, MA
97 (200)2-8-04'-8½"B&SE Valley Railroad, Essex, CTout of serviceALCO (Cooke) #65188, 1923
3025 (1658)SY2-8-24'-8½"NYNH&H Valley Railroad, Essex, CToperationalTangshan #1658, 1989damaged in fire From Knox, Kane & Kinzua Railroad
402-8-24'-8½"A&R Valley Railroad, Essex, CToperationalALCO (Brooks) #61858, 1920
180-4-0T36"Worcester Iron (American Steel & Wire) Connecticut Antique Machinery Association, Kent, CTdisplayVulcan Iron Works (Wilkes-Barre), 1917from Iron Horse Furniture Center, Westfield, MA, later Athol, MA
52-4-236"Tahoe, Trout Creek and Pacific (Hawaii Railway) Connecticut Antique Machinery Association, Kent, CToperationalBaldwin #58686, 1925from Lake Tahoe then Olympic Blvd, Los Angeles, then Richard May, Georgetown, CA
42-8-036"Argent Lumber Connecticut Antique Machinery Association, Kent, CTdisplayH.K. Porter #4274, 1909
380-4-0T4'-8½"NH Trap Rock near Tipping Drive, North Branford, CTrestoration, storedH.K. Porter #5008
0-6-2T36" Plan B Burger Bar, Simsbury, CTdisplay
1032-6-24'-8½"Sumter & ChoctawNaugatuck Railroad, Waterville, CTdisplayBaldwin #58754, 1925 From The Valley Railroad in Essex
1246G5c4-6-24'-8½"CPRRailroad Museum of New England, Waterville, CTdisplayMontreal Locomotive Works, 1946painted in April, 2002
335 ton0-4-0F4'-8½"CT Coke Corp Tanger Outlet Center, Westbrook, CTdisplayH.K. Porter, 7184
100-4-0T4'-8½"CF&I (SW Steel) Connecticut Eastern Railroad Museum, Willimantic, CTrestorationBaldwin #61820, 1934From the Shelburne Museum

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