Fairbanks-Morse Company manufactured this H-44-10 B+B diesel-electric locomotive for Chicago, Milwaukee, St. Paul & Pacific in 1944. Eventually, Miller Compressing Company purchased the locomotive.
Chicago, Burlington & Quincy EMD SD-24 diesel-electric locomotive № 510; manufactured by Electro-Motive Division; manufacture date unknown.
The National Railroad Museum acquired this diesel locomotive from the Anheuser-Busch Company’s malting facility at Manitowoc, Wisconsin.
TTX Company flatcar № 970837; manufacturer unknown; manufacture date unknown.
Donated by Canadian National in 2004, the National Railroad Museum intended to use Illinois Central Gulf № ICG 910302 as a means to transport its narrow gauge Shay-type steam locomotive.
Atchison, Topeka & Santa Fe flatcar No. 206983; manufacturer unknown; manufacture date unknown. Used to create the Cdr. Buerschinger open-air car.
Standard Oil Company tank car № AMOX 9758; manufacturer unknown; manufacture date unknown.
Richter Vinegar Company tank car № RVCX 20; manufacturer unknown; manufacture date unknown.
Escanaba & Lake Superior snowplow service car № 100; manufactured by Russell Snow Plow Company; 1910.
Pullman Car & Manufacturing Company sleeping car № 8667 Lake Mitchell; manufactured by Pullman Car & Manufacturing Company in 1920, and leased to Pennsylvania Railroad which operated it in revenue service.