0-4-2 Locomotives in the USA

In the USA this wheel arrangement was mainly used for industrial or plantation duties.

Railroads that used 0-4-2 Locomotives in the USA (data provided by Steve Llanso of Sweat House Media)

Surviving Examples of 0-4-2 Locomotives in the USA

No.ClassF.M. WhyteGaugeRailroad LineLocationStatusBuilder InfoNotes
0-4-2T4'-8½"Yakutat & Southernold canery, Dry Bay, AKderelectH.K. Porter
0-4-2T24"Wales West Wales West Railways, Silverhill, ALoperationalExmoor #320, 01/2004 Named Dame Ann, from Wales
70-4-2T30"Kiso Forest Railway Santa Rosa Valley Railroad, Camarillo, CAunknownNamed Dagny, once owned by Phil Goldmans, Goleta then Sal Luis Obispo Railroad.
40-4-2TngWiaminlo Plantation Sandstone Crag Loop Line, Coto de Caza, CAoperationalBaldwin #11900Named Deanna
30-4-2T36"Kuhuku Plant Roaring Camp & Big Trees Railroad, Felton, CAoperationalBurnham, Parry, Williams #10756, 1890
20-4-2RT4'-8½"CSF&E (Caspar & Hare Creek) Depot Mall Museum, Fort Bragg, CAdisplayBurnham, Parry, Williams #7558, 1885Named Daisy
10-4-2T36"Kahului & Wailuku RailroadBothwell Estate, Los Angeles, CAstoredBaldwin #4906, 12/1879
1 (2)0-4-2T36"Waimanalo Sugar Orange Empire Railway Museum, Perris, CAdisplay serviceableBaldwin (Burnham) #6944, 1883Named Chloe, from Grizzly Flats RR, San Gabriel
10-4-2T36"Mattole Lumber California State Railroad Museum, Sacramento, CAoperational#1240, 1908Donated by Henry Sorensen
6 (17)0-4-2T36"Kiso Forest Railway (Imperial Forestry Bureau) California State Railroad Museum, Sacramento, CAoperationalBaldwin #60873, 06/1926Donated by Henry Sorensen
50-4-2cog4'-8½"M&PP Summit Restaurant, Broadmoor Hotel, Colorado Springs, COdisplayBaldwin (Burnham) #18939, 1901 From Manitou Springs
10-4-2cog4'-8½"M&PP Colorado Railroad Museum, Golden, COdisplayBaldwin (Burnham) #10835, 1890
40-4-2cog4'-8½"M&PP M&PP, Manitou Springs, COoperationalBaldwin (Burnham) #15173, 1897
20-4-2cog4'-8½"M&PP Manitou Avenue, Manitou Springs, COdisplayBaldwin (Burnham) #10919, 1890 Builder plate on tank says 14050, 12/1923, builders plate on smokebox says 13319
60-4-2T4'-8½"Coronet Phosphate Uhrich Locomotive Works, Strasburg, COstoredH.K. Porter #5284, 1913 From North Judson, IN
1 (8)0-4-2T4'-8½"Coronet Phosphate Hwy 166 Caverns Rd, Marianna, FLdisplayALCO (Cooke) #62347, 1920
11/3C-140-4-2T24"Hawaiian Commercial & Sugar (Maunalei Sugar) Kahalepaloa Landing, Keomuku, Lanai, HIabandonedBaldwin #6586, 01/1883 Named Waiahole
10-4-2T36"Kahului Railroad Maui Tropical Plantation, Waikapu, Maui, HIdisplayBaldwin #6102, 03/1882Named Claus Spreckels
30-4-2T30"Launiupoko Pioneer Mill Museum, Lahaina, Maui, HIdisplayBaldwin (Burnham) #16390, 12/1898From Los Angeles
10-4-2T30"Lahaina Pioneer Mill Museum, Lahaina, Maui, HIdisplayBaldwin (Burnham) #6397, 09/1882From Los Angeles
0-4-230"American Sugar Company near coast, Ualapu'e, Molokai, HIBaldwin
10-4-2T36"Ewa Plantation Co Hawaiian Railway Society, Ewa, Oahu, HIdisplayBaldwin #10755, 1890 Named Ewa
612 ton0-4-2T36"Oahu RY & Land (Moiliili Quarry) Hawaiian Railway Society, Ewa, Oahu, HIdisplayBaldwin #10028, 1889 Named Kauila
80-4-2T4'-8½"US NavyThompson Winery, Monee, ILscrappedH.K. PorterThompson Winery photos
70-4-2T4'-8½"Coronet PhosphateGramling Locomotive Works, Ashley, INrestorationALCO (Cooke) #61585, 1920 From Miami
40-4-2T4'-8½"Mammoth Cave RY Mammoth Cave National Park, Mammoth Cave, KYdisplay Named Hercules, Restored at Kentucky Railway Museum
910-4-2T48"Philadelphia & Reading Coal & Ironmuseum/historical society, Sedalia, MOdisplayH.K. Porter, 1925 For sale/sold. From Kinnelon, NJ.
10-4-2T24" Beaver Brook Farm & Transportation Museum (defunct), Mont Vernon, NHdisplay
10-4-2TngDS&CVRR Nevada State Railroad Museum, Carson City, NVdisplayNamed Joe Douglass
0-4-2T42"Brown & Rush Mine (Albany Street) Salmon Creek Railroad (Jim Walsh), Fallon, NVstoredH.K. Porter #1392, 07/1892steam dummy
30-4-2T36"Waimanalo Sugar Railroad Museum of Pennsylvania, Strasburg, PAdisplayBaldwin #6753, 1883 Named Olomana, on loan from the Smithsonian Museum while A&I building is being renovated
114 ton0-4-2T4'-8½"Simpson Timber (Puget Sounds & Chehalis Valley) Beerbower Park, McCleary, WAdisplayH.K. Porter #946, 06/1888
114 ton0-4-2T4'-8½"Simpson Timber (Satsop) Mineral Shops, Mt. Rainier Scenic Railroad, Mineral, WAdisplayH.K. Porter #681, 06/1885 From Super Mall, Auburn, donated to the Mount Rainier Scenic
1tram0-4-2T36"PTC&S Fort Worden State Park, Port Townsend, WAstoredH.K. Porter #1117, 1889Funds being raised for cosmetic restoration