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No.ClassF.M. WhyteGaugeRailroad LineLocationStatusBuilder InfoNotes
253 (253)K-210-8-04'-8½"L&A (FEC)Transportation and Interpretive Center, Abbeville, ALrestorationAlco (Richmond) #65770, 1924 From Nash, TX, then GCRM, then Hialeah yard, FL, then Fort Pierce, FL, then Canal Point, FL. To be placed on static display. Cosmetic restoration only.
107 (88)654-6-24'-8½"GAN (FEC) Thronateeska Heritage Center, Albany, GArestorationAlco (Schenectady) #50133, 1911 Cosmetic restoration only.
1481514-6-24'-8½"US Sugar (FEC) US Sugar, Clewiston, FLoperationalAlco (Richmond) #61769, 1920 From Zerr's Historic Steam Train LLC, near the C&O engine house, Traverse City, MI, then Monte Vista, CO. Owned by Don Shank's D&RG Historial Foundation. Restored to operation in 2020. Converted to burn waste vegetable oil.
750 (80)654-6-24'-8½"S&A (FEC) Southeastern Railway Museum, Duluth, GAdisplayAlco (Schenectady) #46567, 1910 Named The Little Ballerina. Featured in Biloxi Blues, Seabiscuit and Johnny Cash's Ridin the Rails as Illinois Central 382. Previously operated in 1989. Succeeded in excursion service by A&WP 4-6-2 290.
1131514-6-24'-8½"FEC Gold Coast Railroad Museum, Miami, FLdisplayAlco (Schenectady) #53902, 1913 Up for sale as of 2024.
1531514-6-24'-8½"FEC Gold Coast Railroad Museum, Miami, FLdisplayAlco (Schenectady) #63262, 1922
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