Surviving Steam Locomotives in New York, United States

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List of Steam Locomotives in New York, United States

No.ClassF.M. WhyteGaugeRailroad LineLocationStatusBuilder InfoNotes
182-8-04'-8½"A&A (Boyne City) Arcade & Attica Railroad, Arcade, NYout of serviceAlco (Cooke) #62624, 1920Taken out of service in July 2017 due to a crack in the boiler. Awaiting repairs.
144-6-04'-8½"A&A (E&LS) Arcade & Attica Railroad, Arcade, NYout of serviceBaldwin #45083, 1917The tender is being used behind A&A 18. Previously operated either in 1987 or 1988. Awaiting future overhaul.
140-6-0ST4'-8½"BEDT Ulster & Delaware RR Historical Society, Arkville, NYcosmetic restorationH.K. Porter #6260, 08/1920
20-4-0ST4'-8½"Marion River Carry Railroad Adirondack Museum, Blue Mountain Lake, NYdisplayH.K. Porter #2396, 08/1901
318 ton0-4-0ST36"General Crushed Stone Co. Central Square Staition Museum, Central Square, NYdisplayVulcan Iron Works (Wilkes-Barre), 09/1922
5340 ton0-4-0ST4'-8½"Solvay Process Works Central Square Staition Museum, Central Square, NYdisplayAlco (Cooke) #63278, 1923From Rail City, Sandy Pond, NY.
8 (15)50-2Shay2Tr4'-8½"Lowville & Beaver River (Crosby Lumber & Mfg) RHSNNY, Croghan, NYout of serviceLima #2977, 1918 From Eureka Springs, AR.
22 (10)0-4-0F4'-8½"Dunlop Curriers Depot, Curriers, NYdisplayH.K. Porter #7187, 08/1930 From Erie Country Fiargrounds, Hamburg.
5361P2e2-8-24'-8½"CPR Gould Coupler (industrial park), Depew, NYstoredCLC #1775, 09/1926 May have been sold back in 2019. Current status is unclear.
444G-11b0-6-04'-8½"B&M Alco-Brooks Railroad Display, Dunkirk, NYdisplayAlco (Brooks) #56532, 1916
60-4-0ST4'-8½"American Viscose Scott Symans, Dunkirk, NYprivate operationalBaldwin #57994, 09/1924 From Gem City Iron & Metal, Pulaski, VA.
10-4-0T4'-8½"Humphrey's Pure Oil Scott Symans, Dunkirk, NYrestorationBaldwin #54075, 1920From Waco then San Angelo, TX.
4483I1sa2-10-04'-8½"PRR Western NY Railway Hist Soc, Hamburg, NYdisplayBaldwin #56534, 1923 Possible candidate for restoration to operation with the proper funding. May be moved to the Heritage Discovery Center.
630-4-0ST4'-8½"SPC Station Restaurant, Ithaca, NYdisplayAlco (Cooke) #66314, 1928
5540 ton0-4-0ST4'-8½"Allied Chemical Hanson Aggregates, Jamesville, NYdisplayAlco (Cooke), 08/1928
6659M14-8-24'-8½"PRR siding, North Collins, NYstoredPRR Tender only. To be used on the new PRR class T-1 5550.
4-4-015" Herschell Carrousel Factory Museum, North Tonawanda, NYdisplayArmitage-Herschell #0001, 1896
35G-5s4-6-04'-8½"LIRR Oyster Bay Railroad Museum, Oyster Bay, NYrestorationPRR #4201, 1928From Eisenhower Park, East Meadow, NY. Cosmetic restoration only. Operational restoration is still being considered by the museum in the near future.
232-8-04'-8½"LS&I Empire State Railway Museum, Phoenicia, NYrestorationAlco (Pittsburg) #46939, 1910
6030 ton0-4-0T42"Lehigh Coal & Navigation Central Hudson Railways, Pleasant Plains, NYstoredH.K. Porter #7795, 04/1945 From Phoenixville, PA then Middletown, bought by Donald Seifert in 2006.
60-4-0WT24"Beaver Brook (Gruen & Bilfinger AG) UC & SV Route, Richfield Springs, NYdisplayHenschel & Sohn (Kassel) #23036, 1936 Named Weimar. From Germany then Edaville then Mont Vernon. Boiler is filled with cement. Operated via compressed air.
10-4-0T40"Defiance Coal Railroad Museum of Long Island, Riverhead, NYoperationalH.K. Porter #6687, 10/1921 From Rail City, then John Degan, Southampton. Restored to operation in 04/2019. Mounted on trailer and used as a portable display.
16140-6-0T4'-8½"BEDT (ALH&P) Railroad Museum of Long Island, Riverhead, NYdisplayH.K. Porter #6780, 01/1923
39G-5s4-6-04'-8½"LIRR Railroad Museum of Long Island, Riverhead, NYrestorationPRR (Juniata) #4207, 06/1929From LIRR, then Stony Brook, then Riverhead, NY. Boiler being restored in Strasburg, PA.
168 ton0-4-0T24"Indian Valley Erie Canal Village, Rome, NYstored operationalDavenport Locomotive Works #961, 1910 From Long Island, NY, then Frontier Town, Lake George, NY, then Erie Canal Village, Rome, NY.
4740 ton0-4-0T4'-8½"Solvay Process Works New York Museum of Transportation, Rush, NYdisplayAlco (Cooke), 1920
20-4-0F4'-8½"Connecticut Power Rochester & Genesee Valley Railroad Museum, Rush, NYdisplayHeisler #60, 05/1941
120-4-0T4'-8½"US Navy Rochester & Genesee Valley Railroad Museum, Rush, NYrestorationVulcan Iron Works (Wilkes-Barre) #2854, 1918Formerly in tourist train service in a residential New York neighborhood.
4-4-015"Harris Steam Farm Harris Steam Farm, Sanborn, NYoperationalCrown Metal Products (Elizabeth), 1962
4-4-015"Harris Steam Farm Harris Steam Farm, Sanborn, NYoperationalCrown Metal Products (Elizabeth)
0-4-0ST4'-8½"American Viscose Joseph Rodney Estate, Silver Creek, NYrestorationH.K. Porter #7209, 1934From Gem City Iron & Metal, Pulaski, VA. Up for sale as of 2022.
1D4-4-015"Hiawatha Live Steamers Hiawatha Live Steamers, Tupper Lake, NYoperationalWasatch Railroad Contractors, 06/2013
5433J-34-6-415"NYC Hiawatha Live Steamers, Tupper Lake, NYoperationalSeymour Johnson, 1968 From Bell Gardens, Valley Center, CA.
6721B-11k0-6-04'-8½"NYC Union Station, Utica, NYdisplayAlco (Schenectady) #54075, 12/1913 From Carillon Park, Dayton, OH. Damaged by a runaway hopper on July 21, 2015. Repaired.
0-4-0T600mmsteel fabricating firm on Rt 9, Valatie, NYdisplayMaffei (Munich) #4125, 1925From Arthur Seifert, Hopewell Junction.
0-4-0F4'-8½"The Stanley Works Railstar, Black Clawson, Watertown, NYstoredH.K. Porter #7230, 09/1938 damaged in fire From the CT Trolley Museum.
50-4-0ST4'-8½"HELC Railstar, Black Clawson, Watertown, NYstoredAlco, 1920From CT Trolley Museum.
100D-90-4-0T24"C&NW Railstar, Black Clawson, Watertown, NYstoredDavenport Locomotive Works #1543, 1915 From Black Hills Central, later Edaville, later Pascog, RI.
442-4-0Carnegie-Illinois Steel Railstar, Black Clawson, Watertown, NYstoredH.K. Porter #2634, 09/1902From Frontier Town, Lake George, NY.
12-6-224"Rome & Fort Bull Railroad Railstar, Black Clawson, Watertown, NYstoredNolan From Erie Canal Village, Rome, NY.

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