Surviving Steam Locomotives in New Mexico, United States

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List of Steam Locomotives in New Mexico, United States

No.ClassF.M. WhyteGaugeRailroad LineLocationStatusBuilder InfoNotes
292629004-8-44'-8½"AT&SF New Mexico Heritage Rail, Albuquerque, NMoperationalBaldwin #69814, 1944 Previously placed on display in Coronado Park. Test fired on August 20, 2018. Moved under its own power on July 24, 2021. Debuted in excursion service on September 30, 2023. Became the second steam locomotive to be equipped with Positive Train Control.
12-8-036"US Potash (DVRR) Lake Carlsbad Recreation Area, Carlsbad, NMdisplayBaldwin #41473, 1914
489K-362-8-236"C&TS (D&RGW) Cumbres & Toltec, Chama, NMout of serviceBaldwin #58590, 1925 Restored to operation in 1981. Taken out of service for its 1,472-day inspection and overhaul in 2019. Returned to operation in 2021 and converted to burn oil. Taken out of service in 2022. Undergoing firebox maintenance and oil conversion improvements.
492K-372-8-236"C&TS (D&RGW) Cumbres & Toltec, Chama, NMrestorationBaldwin (D&RGW Burnham Shops) #20749, 1928 One of two K-37 locomotives evaluated for restoration to operating condition by the C&TS along with sister K-37 locomotive 497. Restoration work started on August 9, 2023. Will temporarily use the tender of 497.
497K-372-8-236"C&TS (D&RGW) Cumbres & Toltec, Chama, NMout of serviceBaldwin (D&RGW Burnham Shops) #20521, 1930 Restored to operation by the D&S in 1984. Traded to the C&TS in 1991 for D&S 482. Taken out of service in October 2002. The throttle was removed and temporarily installed on sister K-37 locomotive 493 on the D&S. Awaiting possible overhaul in the future.
463K-272-8-236"C&TS (D&RGW) Cumbres & Toltec, Chama, NMoperationalBaldwin #21788, 1903 Restored to operation in 1994. Taken out of service in October 2002 due to a broken side rod. Restored back to operation in May 2013. Masqueraded as sister K-27 locomotive RGS 455 in 1997, 2017, 2021, and 2022.
483K-362-8-236"C&TS (D&RGW) Cumbres & Toltec, Chama, NMrestorationBaldwin #58584, 1925 Became the first steam locomotive to run on the C&TS. Retired from operation in 1977. Almost traded to the D&S in 2015 for D&S 478, but the swap ultimately never went through. Cosmetic restoration only.
462K-272-8-236"D&RGW Cumbres & Toltec, Chama, NMstoredBaldwin #21781, 1903The engine itself was scrapped after retirement in 1950, but the tender still survives today. It is currently in storage at the C&TS in Chama, NM.
484K-362-8-236"C&TS (D&RGW) Cumbres & Toltec, Chama, NMoperationalBaldwin #58585, 1925 Restored to operation in 1971. Featured in 'Indiana Jones and the Last Crusade' (1989).
487K-362-8-236"C&TS (D&RGW) Cumbres & Toltec, Chama, NMout of serviceBaldwin #58588, 1925 Restored to operation in 1973. Taken out of service for major maintenance in July 2018. Returned to operation in December 2019. Taken out of service again in October 2021. Undergoing mandated 1,472-day inspection and overhaul. Being converted to burn oil.
488K-362-8-236"C&TS (D&RGW) Cumbres & Toltec, Chama, NMoperationalBaldwin #58589, 1925 Restored to operation in 1979. Taken out of service for its mandated 1,472-day inspection and overhaul in late 2015. Taken out of service again for major boiler work in early 2021. Returned to operation in October 2021.
90050-6-04'-8½"AT&SF Clovis Depot, Clovis, NMrestorationBaldwin #27688, 03/1906From Hillcrest Park, Clovis, NM. Was used in the Lone Ranger. Cosmetic restoration only.
1221S-100-6-04'-8½"SP Chamber of Commerce, Deming, NMdisplayBaldwin #39838, 1913
1297 (146)S-120-6-04'-8½"SP (T&NO) Bolack Electromechanical Museum, Farmington, NMdisplayBaldwin #54392, 1921 From Ogden, UT. Displayed in private museum. Second SP 1297 and last Baldwin 0-6-0 for the SP.
20-4-0T40"Defiance Coal Babe Ruth Park, Gallup, NMdisplayDavenport Locomotive Works #2180, 1930 Displayed with tender shared with sister locomotive 1.
112910502-6-24'-8½"AT&SF Highway 329 & Grand Ave., Las Vegas, NMdisplayBaldwin #21306, 1902 Restoration to operation is being considered.
7697692-8-04'-8½"AT&SF Old Coal Mine Museum, Madrid, NMrestorationRichmond Locomotive Works #2957, 1900 To eventually be restored to operation by 2028.
503050112-10-44'-8½"AT&SF Salvador Perez Park, Santa Fe, NMdisplayBaldwin #70836, 1944

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