Surviving Steam Locomotives in Texas, United States

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List of Steam Locomotives in Texas, United States

No.ClassF.M. WhyteGaugeRailroad LineLocationStatusBuilder InfoNotes
20SC-42-8-04'-8½"GCY (LS&I) Allen Heritage Center, Allen, TXdisplayAlco (Pittsburg) #46943, 1910 From the Grand Canyon Railway, Williams, AZ.
50002-10-44'-8½"AT&SF Railroad Artifact Preservation Society, Amarillo, TXdisplayBaldwin #61524, 1930 Named Madame Queen. Possible candidate for restoration to operation.
201 (1)2002-6-04'-8½"MC&SA (ICC) Sherley Heritage Park, Anna, TXrestorationAlco (Cooke) #39094, 1906 Built for the Panama Canal construction. From Eureka Springs, AR. Sold to the city of Anna, TX. Cosmetically restored in Reader, AR.
22-4-236"M.A. Patout & Son Six Flags Over Texas, Arlington, TXoperationalH.K. Porter #1754, 1897 Originally named Lydia, renamed to Charles Jefferson Patton, known as the Red Train, built as an 0-4-0.
32-4-236"M.A. Patout & Son Six Flags Over Texas, Arlington, TXoperationalAlco (Dickson) #1280, 1901 Named General Sam Houston. Previously named Mary Ann. Colloquially known as the Green Train. Originally built as an 0-4-4T type.
786Mk-52-8-24'-8½"SP (T&NO) Austin & TX Central, Austin, TXrestorationAlco (Brooks) #55972, 1916 ASTA Restored to operation in December 1991. Previously operated in July 1999. Suffered a cracked cylinder saddle block.
895 (200)C-252-8-04'-8½"SP (T&NO) Roseland Park, Baytown, TXdisplayAlco, 1913
12-4-242"Rio Grande Historic Brownsville Museum, Brownsville, TXdisplayBaldwin #2664, 1872
108010502-6-24'-8½"AT&SF Santa Fe Depot, Brownwood, TXdisplayBaldwin (Burnham) #20376, 1902
142-8-24'-8½"WTCarter Lumber W. T. Carter Estate, Camden, TXprivate displayBaldwin #56917, 1923
501F-3-A4-6-24'-8½"CB&Q (FW&D) R. Wright Armstrong Park, Childress, TXdisplayBaldwin #35798, 1910
341734004-6-24'-8½"AT&SF Hulen Park, Cleburne, TXdisplayBaldwin #51889, 1919 Cosmetically restored in 2022.
134-6-04'-8½"TSE (Southern Pine Lumber) The History Center, Diboll, TXdisplayBaldwin #53599, 1920
14-4-036" El Paso Connection, El Paso, TXdisplayCrown Metal Products (Elizabeth) #33136, 1963 From the Legend City amusement park, Phoenix, AZ, then the Magic Landing amusement park, El Paso, TX.
3420 (171)C-192-8-04'-8½"SP (EP&SW) Phelps Dodge Copper Refinery, El Paso, TXstoredBaldwin #24586, 1904
1 (111)4-4-04'-8½"EP&SW (CM&StP) Union Plaza Transit Terminal, El Paso, TXdisplayBreese, Kneeland & Co. #73, 1857 Cosmetically restored in the 2000s.
570-4-0CA18"near welding shop, Fort Worth, TXdisplayH.K. Porter From the Pate Museum of Transportation, Fort Worth, TX.
19SC-42-8-04'-8½"GCY (LS&I) Heritage Park, Frisco, TXdisplayAlco (Pittsburg) #46942, 1910 From the Grand Canyon Railway, Williams, AZ, then the MGM Hotel, Las Vegas, NV.
70-6-04'-8½"Dallas Union Terminal Museum of the American Railroad, Frisco, TXdisplayBaldwin #57208, 1923
1625Russian2-10-04'-8½"SLSF Museum of the American Railroad, Frisco, TXdisplayAlco (Schenectady) #58903, 1918
450145004-8-44'-8½"SLSF Museum of the American Railroad, Frisco, TXdisplayBaldwin #64450, 1942
4018488414-8-8-44'-8½"UP Museum of the American Railroad, Frisco, TXdisplayAlco (Schenectady) #69589, 01/1942 Displayed with UP Centennial 6913.
12-6-24'-8½"WBT&S Galveston Railroad Museum, Galveston, TXdisplayBaldwin #53413, 1920
555 (5)2-8-04'-8½"OP&E (MA) Galveston Railroad Museum, Galveston, TXdisplayAlco (Cooke) #63549, 1922Appeared in 'Emperor of the North' (1973 movie).
1 (314)4-6-04'-8½"SP (T&NO) Galveston Railroad Museum, Galveston, TXdisplayAlco (Cooke) #2197, 1892
22-4-4T36"Stine Coal Grapevine Vintage Railroad, Grapevine, TXstoredVulcan Iron Works (Wilkes-Barre) #3070, 1920 Named Rachel. Originally built as an 0-4-0T type. From the Opryland amusement park, Nashville, TN, then the Tennessee Central Museum, Nashville, TN, then the ET&WNC Doe River Gorge, Hampton, TN.
771Mk-52-8-24'-8½"SP (T&NO) Grapevine Vintage Railroad, Grapevine, TXdisplayBaldwin #39726, 1913 From Victoria, TX.
2248T-14-6-04'-8½"GVRR (SP) Grapevine Vintage Railroad, Grapevine, TXout of serviceCooke Locomotive & Machine Works #2341, 1896 Named William S. Davis. Nicknamed Puffy. Once operated at the Texas State Railroad as their 200. Taken out of service in early 2016. Boiler being replaced. In the shop near the turntable. Currently scheduled to return to operation sometime in 2023.
6424-4-04'-8½"T&PVillage Creek, Handley, TXsunk
50NGG132-6-2+2-6-224"SAR Hempstead & Northern, Hempstead, TXprivate operationalHanomag (Hannover-Linden) #10598, 1928
18NG-152-8-224"SAR Hempstead & Northern, Hempstead, TXprivateHenschel & Sohn (Kassel) #21906, 1931
254-4-024"Reynolds Brothers Sugar Hempstead & Northern, Hempstead, TXprivateW. G. Bagnall #2522, 1935Named Simpola.
56614-6-416"Kings Lights Railroad, Houston, TXstored operationalE.C. Eddy, 1961 From the Pinconning & Blind River Railroad, Fairview, MI then the Michigan Au Sable Valley Railroad, Fairview, MI.
8014-8-415"ATT&NWKings Lights Railroad, Houston, TXoperational privateMerrick Light Railway Equipment, 2006 From the Arborway T.T. & Northwestern Railroad, Steelville, MO.
982 (3651)F-12-10-24'-8½"SP (T&NO) Texas Railway Preservation Association, Houston, TXrestorationBaldwin #52053, 1919 From Hermann Park, then Minute Maid Baseball Park. Donated to the Texas Railway Preservation Association on April 9, 2021 for restoration to operation. The tender is to be used behind Heber Valley 2-8-0 618. The new tender will come from GN 2-10-2 2100.
54-6-04'-8½"WTCarter Lumber Polk County Museum, Livingston, TXdisplayBaldwin #36130, 1911
401 (4994)O-1A2-8-24'-8½"FW&D (CB&Q) National Ranching Heritage Center, Lubbock, TXdisplayBaldwin #57113, 1923
1102-8-24'-8½"Angelina Lumber Co Ellen Trout Zoo, Lufkin, TXdisplayBaldwin #58040, 1924
38-24D-1882-6-04'-8½"WTCarter Lumber Texas Forestry Museum, Lufkin, TXdisplayBaldwin #32849, 1908
400 (410)E-4-A2-8-24'-8½"T&P (FW&D) Marshall Depot, Marshall, TXdisplayBaldwin #42125, 1915
70-6-0T4'-8½"Florida Portland Cement New Braunfels Historical, New Braunfels, TXdisplayH.K. Porter #7367, 1942
610I1a2-10-44'-8½"T&P Texas State Railroad, Palestine, TXdisplayLima #7237, 1927 American Freedom Train Pulled the American Freedom Train in 1976 and ran excursions from 1977 to 1982 for the Southern Railway.
316 (201)D-94-6-04'-8½"TSRR (T&P) Texas State Railroad, Palestine, TXout of serviceAlco (Cooke) #26142, 11/1902 Oldest operating steam locomotive at the TSRR. Taken out of service in 2013. Awaiting mandated 1,472-day inspection and overhaul.
1316 (500)137 ton (1309)4-6-24'-8½"TSRR (AT&SF) Texas State Railroad, Palestine, TXdisplayBaldwin #37332, 1911Previously operated in the late 2002. Mandated 1,472-day overhaul cancelled in early 2003. Cosmetically restored in 2020. Will eventually be restored back to operation again once the restoration of T&P (TSRR) 316 is complete.
202-8-24'-8½"Temple Lumber Co. Katherine Sage Temple Park, Pineland, TXdisplayBaldwin #21435, 1930
503 (401)4-6-04'-8½"KCS (L&A) Bryan Park, Port Arthur, TXdisplayBaldwin #37715, 1913
4'-8½"Boykin Springs campground, Rockland, TXsunk
3937BClimax2Tr4'-8½"Soniat & DeBlieu (Phoenix Mine & Gratiot River) The Retreat at Artesian Lakes, Romayor, TXdisplayClimax #28, 1893 Recovered and placed on display at the resort.
28 (300)83 ton2-8-04'-8½"TSRR (US Army) Texas State Railroad, Rusk, TXout of serviceBaldwin #47032, 11/1917 Taken out of service for its mandated 1,472-day inspection and overhaul in 2016. Returned to operation in 2018. Taken out of service again for major boiler and running gear work in Sep. 2018. Currently scheduled to return to operation sometime in 2024.
30 (400)87 ton2-8-24'-8½"TSRR (Tremont & Gulf) Texas State Railroad, Rusk, TXoperationalBaldwin #46491, 1917 Sold to the Magma Arizona Railroad in 1954 as their 7 prior to its retirement in 1967 and later acquired by the TSRR in 1974.
0-4-0T36"San Antonio Portland Cement Bally's, Alamo Quarry Market, San Antonio, TXdisplayH.K. Porter, 1920Previously placed on display at a cement plant in this location.
5020-4-0T36"Fiesta Texas (Reichswerke Hermann Goring) Six Flags Fiesta Texas, San Antonio, TXstoredHenschel & Sohn (Kassel) #24086, 1938 Named Gretta. From the Midwest Central Railroad, Mt. Pleasant, IA, then Six Flags Over Georgia, Austell, GA. Converted to diesel-hydraulic power.
6012-4-036"Fiesta Texas (Tennessee Coal) Six Flags Fiesta Texas, San Antonio, TXoperational (diesel hydraulic)Baldwin, 1917 Named Miss Kitty. Converted to diesel-hydraulic power.
794Mk-52-8-24'-8½"SP (T&NO) Sunset (SP/Amtrak) Depot, San Antonio, TXdisplayAlco (Brooks) #55980, 09/1916Planned for a possible restoration to operating condition.
10-4-0T4'-8½"Comal Power Texas Transportation Museum, San Antonio, TXoperationalBaldwin, 1925Operates every third weekend of the year.
62-8-04'-8½"MC&SA Texas Transportation Museum, San Antonio, TXdisplayBaldwin #35816, 1911
180918002-6-24'-8½"AT&SF W Lubbock & S 8th, Slaton, TXdisplayBaldwin (Burnham) #29281, 1906
5 (19)2-6-24'-8½"Rosco Snyder & Pacific (Harbeson Lumber) Scurry County Coliseum, Snyder, TXdisplayBaldwin #52918, 01/1920
1082-6-24'-8½"A&NR Church St., Sulphur Springs, TXstoredBaldwin, 1920 From Reader, AR, then North Conway, NH.
112-32 1/4-E2-8-24'-8½"WTCarter Lumber B-RI Railroad Museum, Teague, TXdisplayBaldwin #58413, 1925
342334004-6-24'-8½"AT&SF Railroad & Heritage Museum, Temple, TXdisplayBaldwin #54951, 1921 Moved to the restored downtown depot.
3042-8-04'-8½"FW&D Wichita Falls Railroad Museum, Wichita Falls, TXdisplayAlco (Brooks) #40246, 1906

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