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AT & SF Locomotive (Mohave County, Arizona)
ATSF Locomotive No. 2926 (Bernalillo County, New Mexico)
Caboose (Clark County, Indiana)
Camp Five Farmstead (Forest County, Wisconsin)
Open air museum that can be reached only by steam railroad
CB&Q 4-6-4 Hudson Steam Locomotive (La Crosse County, Wisconsin)
One of five extant CB&Q Hudson locomotives, on display in La Crosse
CB&Q 4-6-4 Hudson Steam Locomotive 3003 (Des Moines County, Iowa)
Fourth of twelve Hudsons built for the CB&Q in 1930
Central Texas Gravel Locomotive #210 (Jefferson County, Arkansas)
Chesapeake and Ohio 2755 Steam Locomotive (Logan County, West Virginia)
Combination Baggage and Mail Car No. 5403 (Lancaster County, Pennsylvania)
Consolidation Freight Locomotive No. 1187 (Lancaster County, Pennsylvania)
Consolidation Freight Locomotive No. 2846 (Lancaster County, Pennsylvania)
Consolidation Freight Locomotive No. 7688 (Lancaster County, Pennsylvania)
Cumberland Valley Car (Lancaster County, Pennsylvania)
DDI Electric Locomotive No. 36 (Lancaster County, Pennsylvania)
Delta Valley & Southern Railway Locomotive #50 (Mississippi County, Arkansas)
Dinwiddie County Pullman Car (Chesterfield County, Virginia)
DODX Guard Car #G-56 (Jefferson County, Arkansas)
Electric Locomotive No. 4859 (Lancaster County, Pennsylvania)
Engine No. 463 (Conejos County, Colorado)
Flat Car No. 473567 (Lancaster County, Pennsylvania)
Florida East Coast Railway Locomotive #153 (Miami-Dade County, Florida)
Freight Locomotive No. 5741 (Lancaster County, Pennsylvania)
Frisco 4500 (Tulsa County, Oklahoma)
4-8-4 steam locomotive built by Baldwin Locomotive Works
Glenbrook, The (Carson City, Nevada)
A narrow gauge 2-6-0 steam locomotive
Golconda Caboose (Pope County, Illinois)
Grant Steam Locomotive No. 223 (Salt Lake County, Utah)
Grove Farm Company Locomotives (Kauai County, Hawaii)
Hampton & Branchville 4-6-0 #44 (Fairfield County, South Carolina)
Historic South Carolina steam engine on public display at South Carolina Railroad Museum
Harding Railroad Car (Fairbanks North Star Borough, Alaska)
Heisler Steam Locomotive #1260 (Stephenson County, Illinois)
One of 625 of the geared locomotives built by Heisler between 1892 and 1943
Hercules and Coach No. 2 (Edmonson County, Kentucky)
Heritage Train (Howard County, Iowa)
A 1951 EMD FP-7 Locomotive leads a 3-car train, stuffed and mounted in Beadle Park in Cresco
Hetch Hetchy Railroad Engine No.6 (Mariposa County, California)
Historic steam locomotive
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.
Kenefick Park (Douglas County, Nebraska)
Overlooking the I-80 bridge over the Missouri River to welcome westbound travelers to Nebraska
L & N Steam Locomotive No. 152 (Nelson County, Kentucky)
L&N Caboose (Calloway County, Kentucky)
Preserved Caboose sitting in Central Park in Murray Kentucky
Lakeside Limited (Lakeside Park) Amusement Ride (Fond du Lac County, Wisconsin)
G-16 Miniature Train Company dogbone out-and-back amusement ride.
Lion, The (locomotive) (Washington County, Maine)
Lion, The (locomotive) (Kennebec County, Maine)
Locomotive No. 6755 (Lancaster County, Pennsylvania)
Maine Trolley Cars (York County, Maine)
Marathon Junction Railroad (Marathon County, Wisconsin)
Miniature Train Company 16" gauge amusement park railroad.
Maumelle Ordnance Works Locomotive #1 (Sebastian County, Arkansas)
McKeen Motor Car #70 (Carson City, Nevada)
A self propelled rail passenger car
Menomonee Park Miniature Railroad (Winnebago County, Wisconsin)
Miniature Train Company dogbone out-and-back amusement ride.
Mikado Freight Locomotive No. 520 (Lancaster County, Pennsylvania)
Mikado Locomotive No. 4501 (Hamilton County, Tennessee)
Milwaukee Road Caboose #01809 (Jones County, Iowa)
Milwaukee Road "Rib" Caboose built in the Milwaukee Road shops, August 1939
Milwaukee Road Caboose #01900 (Green County, Wisconsin)
Milwaukee Road "Rib" Caboose built in the Milwaukee Road shops in 1941
Milwaukee Road Caboose #991909 (Stephenson County, Illinois)
A Milwaukee Road "Rib" style Caboose built in the Milwaukee Road shops
Milwaukee Road Caboose #991943 (Howard County, Iowa)
Milwaukee Road "Rib" Caboose built in the Milwaukee Road shops in 1944
Milwaukee Road Caboose #992083 (Ogle County, Illinois)
Milwaukee Road "Rib-sider" built in the Milwaukee Road shops in 1951
Milwaukee Road Caboose #992094 (Green County, Wisconsin)
Milwaukee Road "Rib-sider" built in the Milwaukee Road shops in 1951
Milwaukee Road Caboose #992120 (Green Lake County, Wisconsin)
A Thrall Rail Car caboose built for the Milwaukee Road
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 #992144 (Fond du Lac County, Wisconsin)
A Thrall Rail Car caboose built for the Milwaukee Road, now in CN Livery
Milwaukee Road Caboose #992166 (Clayton County, Iowa)
A Thrall Rail Car caboose built for the Milwaukee Road
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 #992183 (Clayton County, Iowa)
A Thrall Rail Car caboose built for the Milwaukee Road
Milwaukee Road Caboose #992186 (Racine County, Wisconsin)
A Thrall Rail Car caboose built for the Milwaukee Road
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.
Milwaukee Road Caboose #992205 (Grant County, Wisconsin)
Steel caboose built for the CMSt.P&P by Thrall Car Manufacturing Company in 1956
Milwaukee Road Caboose (Number Unknown) (Muscatine County, Iowa)
Former Milwaukee Road Rib Side caboose repainted in Rock Island livery.
Milwaukee Road Caboose 991950 (Juneau County, Wisconsin)
Rib-sider caboose built in the Milwaukee Road shops in 1946
N&W #611 (Roanoke, Virginia)
Famous steam engine waits to steam again... maybe...
National Railroad Museum (Brown County, Wisconsin)
Recognized by Congress in 1958 as the National Railroad Museum
New Albany & Salem Railroad (The Monon) (Floyd County, Indiana)
Caboose marking the location of the Monon Railroad
Old Smokey (Rusk County, Wisconsin)
2-8-2 Mikado locomotive, a class L-2 built by Alco in 1920
Passenger and Baggage Car No. 4639 (Lancaster County, Pennsylvania)
Passenger Coach No. 3556 (Lancaster County, Pennsylvania)
Passenger Day Coach No. 8177 (Lancaster County, Pennsylvania)
Passenger Locomotive No. 1223 (Lancaster County, Pennsylvania)
Passenger Locomotive No. 1737 (Lancaster County, Pennsylvania)
Passenger Locomotive No. 460 (Lancaster County, Pennsylvania)
Passenger Locomotive No. 7002 (Lancaster County, Pennsylvania)
Pennsylvania Railroad Caboose (Warren County, Ohio)
Preserve Pennsylvania Railroad Caboose sitting in Morrow Ohio
Pere Marquette Railway Locomotive #1223 (Ottawa County, Michigan)
Rio Grande Engine No. 168 (El Paso County, Colorado)
Rio Grande Southern Railroad Engine No. 20 (Jefferson County, Colorado)
San Francisco Cable Cars (San Francisco County, California)
Santa Fe 4-8-4 Northern Steam Locomotive 2913 (Lee County, Iowa)
Santa Fe Northern Passenger Steam Locomotive On Display in Fort Madison
Scott City Cotton Belt Caboose (Scott County, Missouri)
Seaboard Air Line Dining Car--#6113 (Palm Beach County, Florida)
Seaboard Air Line Lounge Car--6603 (Palm Beach County, Florida)
Second Railroad Car No. 21 (Carson City, Nevada)
Shay Locomotive (Wexford County, Michigan)
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 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.
Soo Line Locomotive 2719 (Eau Claire County, Wisconsin)
The last operational steam locomotive on the Soo Line was on display here, but has been restored to running condition and is now on display, when not in use, at the Lake Superior Railroad Museum in Duluth, Minnesota.
Soo Line Locomotive 736 (Outagamie County, Wisconsin)
4-6-2 (Pacific) Locomotive built by Alco
Southern Indiana Railway Caboose (Clark County, Indiana)
Southern Indiana Railway Caboose
Southern Pacific Steam Locomotive #745 (Jefferson Parish, Louisiana)
Southern Railway 2-8-0 #630 (Hamilton County, Tennessee)
Historic steam engine is riding the rails again!
Southern Railway Caboose (Jessamine County, Kentucky)
Southern Railway Caboose converted to track side museum.
Southern Railway Crescent City Pullman Car (Whitfield County, Georgia)
SS Badger (Manitowoc County, Wisconsin)
Former railroad car ferry converted to automobile and passenger service across Lake Michigan.
Steam Locomotive #1385 (Sauk County, Wisconsin)
Steel Hopper Car No. 33164 (Lancaster County, Pennsylvania)
Steel Passenger Coach No. 1650 (Lancaster County, Pennsylvania)
Steel Passenger Coach No. 1651 (Lancaster County, Pennsylvania)
Sweet Soo (Rusk County, Wisconsin)
An early Electro Motive Division FP-7 painted in Soo livery, numbered 500
Thunder Lake Lumber Company No. 5 (Oneida County, Wisconsin)
U.S. Car. No. 1 (Broward County, Florida)
Union Pacific Big Boy #4004 (Laramie County, Wyoming)
The fifth of 25 Big Boy locomotives built by Alco for the Union Pacific.
Union Pacific BigBoy #4006 (St. Louis County, Missouri)
United States Air Force Locomotive #1246 (Sebastian County, Arkansas)
Virginia and Truckee Railway Locomotive #27 (Carson City, Nevada)
A 4-6-0 steam locomotive
Wabash Alloys Locomotive (Jefferson County, Arkansas)
Yosemite Valley Railroad Caboose No. 15 (Mariposa County, California)
A caboose used on the defunct Yosemite Valley Railroad.