0-8-0 "Switcher" Locomotives in the USA

The last locomotives built for a US railroad were Class S 0-8-0 switchers from the Roanoke shops built for the Norfolk & Western Railroad.

Railroads that used 0-8-0 "Switcher" Locomotives in the USA (data provided by Steve Llanso of Sweat House Media)

Surviving Examples of 0-8-0 "Switcher" Locomotives in the USA

No.ClassF.M. WhyteGaugeRailroad LineLocationStatusBuilder InfoNotes
80-8-0T24"Imperial German Army Bitter Creek Western Railroad, Arroyo Grande, CAstoredHartmann #4140, 1918 From Germany then High Country Railroad, Golden, CO
253 (253)K-210-8-04'-8½"L&A (FEC)253 Restoration Project, North 2nd St, Fort Pierce, FLrestorationALCO (Richmond) #65770, 1924 from Nash, TX; later GCRM, then Hialeah yard, FL
8300P-5-a0-8-04'-8½"GTW Buchanan County Visitors Center, Independence, IAdisplayALCO (Schenectady) #65327, 12/1923 from Galt, IL
8376P-5-g0-8-04'-8½"GTW Amboy Depot Museum, Amboy, ILdisplayBaldwin #61007, 1929
8305P-5-b0-8-04'-8½"GTW Tetten's Grain, Galt, ILcosmetic restorationBaldwin #65740, 1924 Was to be sent to Quincy for restoration
8373P-5-g0-8-04'-8½"GTW PW Dillon Museum, Sterling, ILdisplayBaldwin #61004, 1929
8380P-5-g0-8-04'-8½"GTW Illinois Railway Museum, Union, ILdisplayBaldwin #61011, 1929
99.3361990-8-024"Deutche ReichsbahnLaPorte Co Historical Steam Society, Hesston, INoperationalOrenstein & Koppel (Berlin) #13200, 1939From Germany
1023 (488)K-10-8-04'-8½"KCS Heart of the Heartlands, Carona, KSdisplayALCO (Pittsburgh) #40166, 1906 From Pittsburg, KS
2132C-10-8-04'-8½"L&N Corbin Tourism and Convention Commission, Corbin, KYdisplayL&N #396, 1922 From Bainbridge, GA
285 (2152)USRA0-8-04'-8½"Republic Steel (L&N) Kentucky Railway Museum, New Haven, KYdisplayALCO (Richmond) #66190, 03/1925
57L0-8-04'-8½"B&O B&O Railroad Museum, Baltimore, MDdisplayNew Castle Man., 1848Named Memnon. Sole survivor of this type.
806 (64)S-40-8-04'-8½"Oliver Iron Mining Co. (DM&N) park, Mountain Iron, MNdisplayBaldwin #34756, 1910
8327P-5-c0-8-04'-8½"GTW Bandana Square, St. Paul, MNdisplayLima #7222, 1927
3180-8-04'-8½"TRRA Museum of Transportation, St. Louis, MOdisplayTRRA #318, 1926
120-8-04'-8½"A&S Museum of Transportation, St. Louis, MOstoredALCO (Schenectady) #66952, 08/1926Three cylinder
1894 (3525)0-8-04'-8½"Southern (IC) Tanglewood Park, Clemmons, NCdisplayBaldwin #55643, 09/1922 from North Carolina Transportation Museum
8374P-5-g0-8-04'-8½"GTW Hwy 81 and County Road L, Geneva, NEstoredBaldwin #61005, 1929 from Galt, IL
40940-8-0F4'-8½"PA Power & Light Railroad Museum of Pennsylvania, Strasburg, PAdisplayHeisler #47, 1940
40-8-04'-8½"Virginian Virginia Museum of Transportation, Roanoke, VAdisplayBaldwin #35034, 1910
110-8-0T700mmKrebet Baru Sugar siding, Merrimac, WIunknownHanomag (Hannover-Linden) #10410, 1925 Named Ardjoeng, from Bayswater, VIC, Australia
0-8-0T600mmJakob Wiederspahn Ag siding, Merrimac, WIdisplayMaffei (Munich) #4613, 1915 From Eagle Park Amusement Park, Cache, OK