Surviving Steam Locomotives in Montana, United States

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List of Steam Locomotives in Montana, United States

No.ClassF.M. WhyteGaugeRailroad LineLocationStatusBuilder InfoNotes
1031L-70-6-04'-8½"NP Yellowstone County Museum, Billings, MTdisplayALCO (Schenectady) #27362, 1903
1210-4-0T30"Anaconda Copperprivate, Bozeman, MTstoredDavenport Locomotive Works #1534, 1915From Silver Star
1230-4-0T30"Anaconda Copperprivate, Bozeman, MTstoredDavenport Locomotive Works #1572, 1915From Silver Star
25Y-12-8-04'-8½"NP Civic Center, Butte, MTdisplayALCO (Schenectady) #5129, 1899
0-4-0CA24" World Museum of Mining, Butte, MTdisplayH.K. Porter
1220-4-0ST30"Anaconda Copper World Museum of Mining, Butte, MTdisplayDavenport Locomotive Works #1555, 02/1916
30-6-0ST4'-8½"Great Wester Sugar (Keystone Steel & Wire) World Museum of Mining, Butte, MTdisplayH.K. Porter #7059, 1928
1Shay2Tr4'-8½"F.H. Stoltz Land & Lumber (Somers Lumber) Depot Park, Columbia Falls, MTdisplayLima #2769, 1914
0-4-0STng Mehmke Steam Museum, Fife, MTdisplay
1240-4-0ST30"Anaconda Copper Montana Museum of Railroad History, Great Falls, MTdisplayDavenport Locomotive Works #2059, 02/1926 Previously mis-identified as 126
2584S-24-8-44'-8½"GN Havre depot, Havre, MTdisplayBaldwin #61238, 1930
1382S-44-6-04'-8½"NP Beattie Park, Helena, MTdisplayBaldwin (Burnham) #20596, 1902
S-24-8-44'-8½"CMStP&P open area, Ingomar, MTdisplay Tender only
4 (11)Shay2Tr4'-8½"J Neils Lumber (Thompson, Greer & Co.) Heritage Museum, Libby, MTrestorationLima #1643, 03/1906 Named Ole Four Spot
7 (3)70 tonWillamette3Tr4'-8½"Anaconda Copper Ft. Missoula Historical Museum, Missoula, MTdisplayWillamette Iron & Steel #7, 1923
1704 (11)0-4-0T36"Helena Mining Phil Richardson, Missoula, MTprivate operationalH.K. Porter #1704, 12/1896
1356S-44-6-04'-8½"NP Railroad Street East, Missoula, MTdisplayBaldwin (Burnham) #20309, 1902
12E-22-8-030"FCM-Mexico Alder Gulch Shortline, Nevada City, MTstoredBaldwin #34313, 1910From Edaville. Last operated in 2010. Was to be put on display. Plans to purchase and place back in service.
10-4-0T4'-8½"Ideal CementSteam Railroad Museum, Nevada City, MTdisplay
S-10-4-0F4'-8½"Somers Lumber (GN) Miracle of America Museum, Polson, MTdisplayFrom Kalispell, MT
100 (1057)J-2A0-4-0T4'-8½"Holly Sugar (CMStP&P) Central Park, Sidney, MTdisplayCMStP&P (Milwaukee), 1885
S-20-4-0F4'-8½"Somers Lumber (GN)across from post office, Somers, MTdisplayFrom Columbia Falls
ShaySwan Lake, MTsunkOnly rumored to exist. Contact Aaron adbliss@3riversdbs.net

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