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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.
40-4-0ST+T36"M.A. Patout & Son M. A. Patout & Son, Patoutville, LAstored operationalH.K. Porter #4375, 1909 Named Ida P, completely rebuilt.
64580-4-4RT36"M.A. Patout & Son M. A. Patout & Son, Patoutville, LAstoredH.K. Porter #6458, 1920 Named Bessie. In very poor condition.
10-6-2T36"M.A. Patout & Son M. A. Patout & Son, Patoutville, LAstoredAlco (Dickson) #1005, 1898 Named Stephanie, rebuilt.
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