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Blue Mountain Locomotive
(Walla Walla County, Washington)Porter - Bell 0-6-0 narrow 3 foot gauge locomotive built in 1877
Camp Five Farmstead
(Forest County, Wisconsin)Open air museum that can be reached only by steam railroad
(Tulsa County, Oklahoma)4-8-4 steam locomotive built by Baldwin Locomotive Works
(Carson City, Nevada)A narrow gauge 2-6-0 steam locomotive
(Howard County, Iowa)A 1951 EMD FP-7 Locomotive leads a 3-car train, stuffed and mounted in Beadle Park in Cresco
Hub City Railway Museum
(Fayette County, Iowa)Originally the operations office for the Chicago Great Western Railroad, the museum celebrates Oelwein's heritage as a railway hub.
(Douglas County, Nebraska)Overlooking the I-80 bridge over the Missouri River to welcome westbound travelers to Nebraska
(Calloway County, Kentucky)Preserved Caboose sitting in Central Park in Murray Kentucky
Milwaukee Road Caboose #992134
(Langlade County, Wisconsin)A Thrall Rail Car caboose built for the Milwaukee Road, sold to Wisconsin Central, now in C&NW Livery
Milwaukee Road Caboose #992172
(Dallas County, Iowa)Steel caboose built for the CMSt.P&P (The Milwaukee Road) on display and functioning as a snack shop
Milwaukee Road Caboose #992195
(Dodge County, Wisconsin)Steel caboose built for the CMSt.P&P (The Milwaukee Road) on display as part of the Dodge County Historical Society Museum.
(Roanoke, Virginia)Famous steam engine waits to steam again... maybe...
(Rusk County, Wisconsin)2-8-2 Mikado locomotive, a class L-2 built by Alco in 1920
Soo Line #2719
(Eau Claire County, Wisconsin)Soo Line Pacific Locomotive Relocated to Duluth, Minnesota
Soo Line Decapod
(Ashland County, Wisconsin)A Baldwin 2-10-0 built in 1900 for the Soo Line - the largest locomotive ever built up to that time
Soo Line Locomotive #2719
(St. Louis County, Minnesota)The last operational steam locomotive on the Soo Line, previously at Carson Park, Eau Claire, WI
Soo Line Locomotive 2714
(Fond du Lac County, Wisconsin)Soo Line Locomotive 2714 is a 4-6-2 is the only remaining one of four light passenger locos ordered by the Wisconsin Central in 1911.
(Manitowoc County, Wisconsin)Former railroad car ferry converted to automobile and passenger service across Lake Michigan.
(Rusk County, Wisconsin)An early Electro Motive Division FP-7 painted in Soo livery, numbered 500