Surviving Steam Locomotives in Michigan, United States

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List of Steam Locomotives in Michigan, United States

No.ClassF.M. WhyteGaugeRailroad LineLocationStatusBuilder InfoNotes
9022-6-215" Eden Springs Park, Benton Harbor, MIrestorationHouse of DavidStored off site.
4-4-015" Eden Springs Park, Benton Harbor, MIoperationalCagney, 1904
74-4-015" Eden Springs Park, Benton Harbor, MIoperationalCagney, 1904 Rebuilt by House of David 1920.
14444-4-415"Spring Hill & Northern Eden Springs Park, Benton Harbor, MIoperationalCharles Bowen, 1960
9032-6-215" Hanson Technology Center, Lake Michigan College, Benton Harbor, MIdisplayHouse of David Stored off site.
207 (200)0-4-0T4'-8½"Detroit Edison (Delray Power Plant) Buckley Old Engine Show, Buckley, MIstoredAlco, 1924From Belleville Pointe Park.
70-4-0T4'-8½"US Ordinance Buckley Old Engine Show, Buckley, MIoperationalAlco (Cooke) #59402, 06/1918
4004-4-215" Buckley Old Engine Show, Buckley, MIoperationalLawrence WitherillFrom the Clinch Park Zoo, Traverse City, MI.
Shay2Tr4'-8½"Cadillac-Soo Lumber city park, Cadillac, MIdisplay#549, 1898
142 ton0-4-0F4'-8½"Sweetline RR (Continental Can) Depot Restaurant, Caro, MIdisplayHeisler #38, 1936 From Carson City, MI.
1 (124)0-4-0T4'-8½"Little River (Youngstown Steel) Little River Railroad, Coldwater, MIoperationalVulcan Iron Works (Wilkes-Barre), 1908From LaPorte & Hesston, IN.
1104-6-24'-8½"Little River Little River Railroad, Coldwater, MIoperationalBaldwin #37303, 1911 Smallest standard gauge 4-6-2 type ever built. Taken out of service in early 2018. Returned to operation in late 2020.
1395H-6-g4-6-04'-8½"CNR Coopersville & Marne Railway, Coopersville, MIdisplayMontreal Locomotive Works #52590, 1913
80-6-04'-8½"Detroit & Mackinac (Michigan Alkali) Greenfield Village, Dearborn, MIstoredBaldwin #41228, 03/1914 Used for the Detroit & Mackinac's executive trains in the 1970s.
3 (518)0-6-4T4'-8½"H&TL (C&HM) Greenfield Village, Dearborn, MIoperationalMason Machine Works #518, 1873 Named Torch Lake. Only surviving Mason Bogie type locomotive. Oldest operating steam locomotive in the USA.
74-4-04'-8½"DT&I (Detroit & Lima Northern) Greenfield Village, Dearborn, MIoperationalBaldwin #15317, 1897 Henry Ford's personal locomotive. Restored in 2012.
14-4-04'-8½"Ford Greenfield Village, Dearborn, MIoperationalManchester Locomotive Works, 1875 Named Edison. Rebuilt at the Rouge Shops from an 0-4-0 in 1932 to represent an 1800's William Mason by Henry Ford.
45 (8085)I-80a4-4-24'-8½"DT&I (NYC) Greenfield Village, Dearborn, MIdisplayAlco (Schenectady) #25887, 03/1902 Beautifully restored.
Rocket0-2-24'-8½" Henry Ford Museum, Dearborn, MIdisplayRobert Stephenson, 1929 Replica built by original builder of the Rocket which is in London.
De Witt Clinton0-4-04'-8½"NYC Henry Ford Museum, Dearborn, MIdisplayNYC, 1893 Replica built from fragments of the original which was built in 1831.
1601H-82-6-6-64'-8½"C&O Henry Ford Museum, Dearborn, MIdisplayLima #7821, 1941 One of only two surviving C&O Alleghenies, the other one being C&O 1604.
154C3B2-8-04'-8½"B&LE Henry Ford Museum, Dearborn, MIdisplayBaldwin #33370, 1909
110 (3)4-4-04'-8½"J.J. McDonough Lumber (Atlantic & Gulf) Henry Ford Museum, Dearborn, MIdisplayRogers #812, 01/1858 Named Sam Hill, operated in the 1930s when Henry Ford opened and carried President Hoover to the opening of Greenfield Village in 1929.
70-4-0ST24"Wayne County Roads John D. Dingell Transit Center, Dearborn, MIdisplayDavenport Locomotive Works #1898, 01/1922 From the Henry Ford Museum, Dearborn, MI.
30034-6-230"Detroit Zoo, Detroit, MIdisplayCagney, 1931 Gasoline.
5632K-4-b4-6-24'-8½"GTW near water tower, Durand, MIdisplayBaldwin #61073, 1929
62-6-04'-8½"EJ&S Sportsmen's Park, East Jordan, MIrestorationAlco (Pittsburg) #45920, 1909 From Memorial Park.
6Shay2Tr4'-8½"J Neils LumberEscanaba, MIrestorationLima Locomotive Works #2938, 1917
56614-6-416" Michigan Au Sable Valley Railroad, Fairview, MIstored operationalE.C. Eddy, 1961 From the Pinconning & Blind River Railroad, Fairview, MI. Up for sale as of 2022.
3B-32-6-036"Q&TL Huckleberry Railroad, Flint, MIdismantledBrooks #2475, 1894May return to Hancock.
464K-272-8-236"D&RGW Huckleberry Railroad, Flint, MIout of serviceBaldwin #21796, 1903From Knott's Berry Farm. One of only two surviving D&RGW class K-27 locomotives, the other one being D&RGW (C&TS) 463. Restored to operation in 1989. Taken out of service in late 2019. Awaiting mandated 1,472-day inspection and overhaul.
152 (2)4-6-036"Alaska RR Huckleberry Railroad, Flint, MIoperationalBaldwin #53296, 1920 Restored to operation in 1976. Taken out of service in 2002. Returned to operation in 2018.
42-8-036"Potosi & Rio Verde near Huckleberry Railroad, Flint, MIdisplayBaldwin #24306, 1904
9994-4-015"Gaines, MIstoredArmitage-Herschell, 1904
730H-34-6-24'-8½"MSP&SSM Soo yard, Gladstone, MIdisplayAlco (Schenectady) #49800, 1911Cosmetically restored at the E&LS shops, Escanaba, MI.
1223N-12-8-44'-8½"PM North Harbor Drive, Grand Haven, MIdisplayLima #7837, 1941
12-6-036"Q&TL Quincy Mine Association, Hancock, MIdisplayBrooks #1535, 1889Named Thos F. Mason.
5 (34)2-8-036"Q&TL (Hancock & Calumet) Quincy Mine Association, Hancock, MIdisplayBaldwin #11534, 1891Named Opechee.
62-8-036"Q&TL Quincy Mine Association, Hancock, MIcosmetic restorationBaldwin #38920, 1912From Farmingdale, NJ. Only outside frame locomotive ordered by Q&TL.
0-4-0F4'-8½"Huron Milling Hercules Powder Co., Harbor Beach, MIdisplayH.K. Porter #8123, 1947
2Shay2Tr4'-8½"WTCarter Lumber (Behring) Harbor Springs Historical Society, Harbor Springs, MIdisplayLima #2005, 1907 From Nacogdoches, TX. Relocation work begining Oct 6, 2021. Exact location in Harbor Springs is currently unknown.
50024-6-415"Ramona & Burley Park Burley Park, Howard City, MIoperationalWagner & Sons Miniature Train Co From East Grand Rapids, later Lowell.
2425F-212-8-04'-8½"MSP&SSM Mineral Range Railroad, Ishpeming, MIrestorationAlco (Schenectady) #46577, 1909 From Baxter Park, Enderlin, ND then Chisago City, MN.
5030J-3-a4-6-24'-8½"GTW R.A. Greene Park, Jackson, MIdisplayBaldwin #38441, 1912Sold to Colebrookdale Railroad, Boyertown, PA for restoration.
3B-MINE0-4-0T36"C&HM Lake Linden & Torch Lake RR, Lake Linden, MIout of serviceH.K. Porter #5649, 1915Awaiting new boiler flues.
3002-6-04'-8½"Augusta RR (Virginia Central) Historic White Pine Village, Ludington, MIdisplayAlco (Cooke) #65200, 1924 From Jackson, MO then Grand Rapids, MI, then Coopersville.
2030-6-04'-8½"Detroit Edison Marysville Municipal Park, Marysville, MIdisplayBaldwin #56524, 1924Placed in the park in 1958.
94-4-0Little Smokey RRMonroe County Fairgrounds, Monroe, MIoperationalCrown Metal Products (Elizabeth)
52-6-24'-8½"Nahma&No RR Nahma Township Park, Nahma, MIdisplayBaldwin #38846, 1912
0-4-0VB4'-8½"Cleveland-Cliffs Iron (Jackson Iron) MI Iron Industry Museum, Negaunee, MIdisplayCuyahoga Steam Furnace, 1868 Named Yankee.
1225N-12-8-44'-8½"PM Steam Railroading Institute, Owosso, MIout of serviceLima #7839, 1941Test fired in 1985. Restored to operation in 1988. Appeared in The Polar Express movie. Taken out of service in early 2022. Undergoing running gear overhaul.
175R-14-6-04'-8½"C&NW Steam Railroading Institute, Owosso, MIrestorationAlco (Schenectady) #45727, 1908NP tender; from Ripley.
5000R-67a4-8-44'-8½"CRI&P Steam Railroading Institute, Owosso, MIoperationalAlco, 1929Tender only. Used as an auxiliary water tender for PM 1225.
mouth of Black River at St. Clair River, Port Huron, MIsunkOnly a rumor initiated by an accident in the early 1900s.
12-4-042"Port Huron & Northwestern Port Huron Museum, Port Huron, MIdisplayH.K. Porter #323, 12/1878Named D. B. Harrington.
122-4-24'-8½"GTW Township Offices/Police Department, Shelby Township, MIdisplayAlco (Cooke) #61605, 1920Donated by the Lions club in 1977. Originally built as an 0-4-0T.
7456O-18a0-6-04'-8½"GTW (CNR) Montcalm Community College, Sidney, MIrestorationGTR #1500/8, 1920Cosmetic restoration only.
62-6-24'-8½"CICJohn Larkin, Wells, MIrestorationBaldwin #43340, 1916

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