Pennsylvania RR 4-2-0 No.
Strasburg, PA, United States
Location: Railroad Museum of Pennsylvania
Status: Display
Posted: Mar 5, 2014 @ 21:03:48 by Ollie Shortridge
Driver Diameter: 54 inches Fuel: Wood Empty Weight: 20000 lbs
Posted: Dec 27, 2011 @ 21:12:53 by David Lemmo
Like all other locomotives of its time, the John Bull burnt wood. As this engine is a replica of the original John Bull, it too burns wood.
Posted: Apr 5, 2010 @ 17:04:18 by Blake
change status to display, the John Bull replica is on display at the PRR museum in Strasburg, PA.
Posted: Feb 15, 2006 @ 10:02:41 by Joshua
No longer operational due to new boiler laws. Status should be "Display."
Posted: Jun 26, 2005 @ 14:06:49 by OHS
Posted: Feb 11, 2004 @ 19:02:55 by Michael Ledingham
In response to the second note:  The original "John Bull" was built as an 0-4-0 with no cab and an open-top tender.  At an unknown (to me) date the siderods were removed, leaving only the rear driving axle powered, and a 2-wheel pilot truck with a cowcatcher was added, the first such equipped locomotive in the United States.  Basically, the Whyte system just goes haywire trying to figure this one out. 
Posted: Sep 29, 2003 @ 16:09:41 by Tyler

Weight=44,00lbs Driver Diameter=54 inches Boiler Pressure=60psi

Hope This Helps!

Posted: Sep 5, 2003 @ 17:09:07 by Tyler
This looks like a 2-4-0 to me...
Posted: Oct 29, 2002 @ 11:10:28 by Doug Bailey

According to the Railroad Museum of Pennsylvania's website:

"Altoona 4-2-0 1940. Gift 10/1979 of Penn Central Corp. Built for NY World's Fair.  Serviceable. Wood-burner. Exact copy of original 1831 locomotive. "