ROSTER OF THE TRAVEL TOWN COLLECTION
Locomotives ATCHISON, TOPEKA & SANTA FE #664
Built: 1899 by Baldwin
Donated: 1953 by the Santa Fe Railroad
Wheel Arrangement: 2-8-0 (Consolidation)
Cylinders: 21" x 28" Driver Diameter: 57"
Weight: 70 tons
Locomotives CALIFORNIA WESTERN #56
Built: 1955 by Baldwin
Donated: 1992 by Railroads of Hawaii
1200 Horsepower
Weight: 120 tons
CAMINO-PLACERVILLE & LAKE TAHOE#2
Built: 1922 by Lima
Donated: 1955 by the Michigan-California Lumber Company
Wheel Arrangement: 3 Truck Shay
Cylinders: 12" x 15" Driver Diameter: 36"
Weight: 65 tons
ConrockCONROCK #1
Built: 1925 by American Locomotive Company, Cooke Works 
Donated: 1958 by Consolidated Rock Products
Wheel Arrangement: 0-6-0T
Cylinders: 17" x 24" Driver Diameter: 44"
Weight: 65 tons
larharborLOS ANGELES HARBOR DEPARTMENT #31 & #32
Built: #31 - 1921 by Davenport
#32 - 1914 by American Locomotive Company, Rogers Works
Donated: 1952 by the City of Los Angeles
Wheel Arrangements: 0-4-0T Cylinders: 10" x 16"
Driver Diameter: #31 - 28
#32 - 33"
Weight: #31 - 17 tons
#32 - 19 tons
PacificPACIFIC ELECTRIC #1544 "ELECTRA"
Built: 1902 by the North Shore Railroad
Donated: 1953 by the Pacific Electric Company
500 Horsepower
Driver Diameter: 33
Weight: 50 tons
PickeringPICKERING LUMBER #2
Built: 1918 by Heisler
Donated: 1957 by the Pickering Lumber Corporation
Wheel Arrangement: 3 Truck Heisler
Cylinders: 17" x 15" Driver Diameter: 38"
Weight: 75 tons
Santa-MariaSANTA MARIA VALLEY #1000
Built: 1920 by American Locomotive Company,
Schenectady Works
Donated: 1953 by the Santa Maria Valley Railroad
Wheel Arrangement: 2-8-2 (Mikado)
Cylinders: 20" x 28" Driver Diameter: 48"
Weight: 97 tons
Sharp-FellowsSHARP AND FELLOWS #7
Built: 1902 by American Locomotive Company,
Dickson Works
Donated: 1955 by the Sharp and Fellows Contracting
Company
Wheel Arrangement: 2-6-2
Cylinders: 20" x 26" Driver Diameter: 56"
Weight: 75 tons
South20SOUTHERN PACIFIC #20
Built: 1880 by Baldwin
Permanent Loan: 1954 by the Railway and Locomotive
Historical Society, Southern California Chapter
Wheel Arrangement: 0-4-0
Cylinders: 12" x 16" Driver Diameter: 36"
Weight: 20 tons
South1273SOUTHERN PACIFIC #1273
Built: 1921 by Southern Pacific, Sacramento Shops
Donated: 1957 by the Southern Pacific Railroad
Wheel Arrangement: 0-6-0
Cylinders: 20: x 26" Driver Diameter: 57"
Weight: 76 tons
South3025SOUTHERN PACIFIC #3025
Built: 1904 by American Locomotive Company,
Schenectady Works Donated: 1952 by the
Southern Pacific Railroad Company
Wheel Arrangement: 4-4-2 (Atlantic)
Cylinders: 20" x 28" Driver Diameter: 81"
Weight: 115 tons
Stockton1STOCKTON TERMINAL & EASTERN #1
Built: 1864 by Norris-Lancaster
Donated: 1953 by the Stockton Terminal & Eastern Railroad
Wheel Arrangement: 4-4-0 (American)
Cylinders: 16" x 22" Driver Diameter: 63"
Weight: 33 tons
CharleyTRAVEL TOWN #1 "CHARLEY ATKINS"
  Built: 1941 by ElectroMotive Corporation
Donated: 1988 by the McDonnell-Douglas Corporation
300 Horsepower
Weight: 42 tons
Union4439UNION PACIFIC #4439
Built: 1918 by Baldwin
Donated: 1957 by the Union Pacific Railroad
Wheel Arrangement: 0-6-0
Cylinders: 21: x 26" Driver Diameter: 51" 
Weight:78 tons
WesterWESTERN PACIFIC #26
Built: 1909 by American Locomotive Company,
Schenectady Works Donated: 1954 by the
Western Pacific Railroad
Wheel Arrangement: 2-8-0 (Consolidation)
Cylinders: 22" X 30" Driver Diameter: 57"
Weight: 119 tons