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Locomotives Leased By Union Pacific

by Don Strack (March 1991)

Union Pacific has always participated in railroad-to-railroad lease programs to alleviate its own, or other roads' motive power shortages. In the days of steam many roads leased each other's locomotives to overcome temporary power shortages. In the diesel era, UP leased several ALCo FA/FB cab units to CP in the 1960s, and GP9s and GP9Bs to CNW in the 1970s, along with several month-to-month leases. In 1978, UP leased SD45s and SD40-2s from CNW, along with several B&LE units and nine SLSF U25Bs to cover themselves during a surge in traffic until their new C30-7s could arrive late in the year. In 1985, UP again went to CNW for the lease of units during another power shortage, this time receiving 10 CNW GP40s.

With the rapid growth of intermodal traffic, including doublestack container trains, U.S. railroads were seeing a sudden surge in traffic that caught many of the major class roads extremely short of motive power. The recession of the mid 1980s had caused many roads to tighten their belts and not exercise the purchase option of many 15-year leases of entire groups of locomotives as the leases expired. The owners of the locomotives were forced to seek a market for their now-idle locomotives. The combination of a glut of under-used locomotives, along with the surge in traffic set the stage for a episode in American railroading unique to the late 1980s. Many railroads found themselves short of locomotives, and owners of locomotives found that they suddenly had a nationwide market for short term operational leases for their locomotives. The first to take advantage of the market were GATX Leasing, a subsidiary of the tank car giant General American Transportation, and Helm Financial Corporation, already a major presence in the financing of fleets of railroad locomotives and cars. Later the locomotive builders and rebuilders such as EMD, GE, VMV Enterprises, National Railway Equipment, and Wilson Railway Corporation also became part of the lease market.

Union Pacific also found itself short of motive power and in early October 1987 turned to EMD for a solution. At that time, an agreement was reached for UP to lease from EMD 50 ex-Conrail GP38-2s on a short term lease that would end in March 1988. EMD had seen the potential market and, much to Conrail's chagrin, had pulled back 100 GP38-2s from CR after their 15-year lease had expired on 15 July 1987, without giving CR a chance to purchase the units. The units soon began arriving on UP property, after which UP ran them through the North Little Rock shops, with EMD personnel present, to accept them for lease. UP had found itself chronically short of four-axle locomotives since the return of the MP GP38-2s in July 1987, and these 50 units from EMD helped considerably. As the units were accepted, they were designated as Union Pacific Leased (UPL) units (regardless of the actual reporting marks that may be on the locomotives), as were all subsequent locomotives would be leasing over the next four years. In the case of these GP38-2s from EMD, they were designated as UPL units to avoid confusion of their EMD assigned 700 and 800 series numbers with UP's remaining GP30s.

Still searching for additional locomotives, especially after seeing the financial advantages of short term leases, in February 1988 Union Pacific began the leases on three ex SP SD39s, along with two ex McCloud SD38s (used mostly on locals operating out of Salt Lake City, Utah), an Atlanta & St. Andrews Bay SD40, ex-CR GP38-2 7789, and former Houston Belt and Terminal SW1500 55, all from Helm. In early March 1988 UP extended, to November 1988, their lease of the 50 EMD (ex CR) GP38-2s to cover their needs until the 1988 orders of new locomotives arrived. By May 1988, UP was leasing 88 road units and 4 switchers from various companies. These leased locomotives were necessary as UP awaited the delivery of its newest orders for 145 GE Dash 8 units that were slated for delivery between July 1988 and February 1989.

In January 1989 the traffic boom was continuing, and so was UP's need for more short term locomotives. In January UP leased 10 ex NW, SP, and BN SD45s from The Oxford Group, parent company of Wisconsin Central Railroad. All ten units had been de-rated from from their as-built 3600 horsepower down to 3200 horsepower. Four were returned in June 1989 and the other 6 were retained until late August or early September 1989.

In January and March 1989 UP leased 11 ex UP and MP SD40s from Oxford. The lease was originally to expire on 15 December 1989, however on December 11th the lease was extended to 31 October 1990. These 11 units had been sold by UP to Wilson during 1988. Wilson resold them to a Wisconsin Central/Oxford Group joint venture, along with 3 other UP and MP SD40s. Prior to their arrival on UP, all were rebuilt by Wilson and painted dark blue with a white "WC" in a red circle on the cab side. The former UP units kept their UP 3000 class number and the former MP units had 1000 added to their MP 3000 class number making them the 4000 class.

Also in January 1989 UP was leasing four GP40s of various heritage from Helm. UP was still in serious need of additional four-axle power but wanted them for a longer term, along with a more stable, lower price. In late January UP and Helm completed an agreement for 37 GP40s that would be furnished to UP on a long term five year lease, with the units fully painted in UP's yellow and gray. Initially only 6 former MILW units were involved, to be numbered as UP 690-695, after the ex MKT GP40s ending at UP 683. But as the quantity was increased, UP chose to number the 37 units in the 850 series, from UP 850-886. Over the period of the next 15 months, Helm furnished all 37 units to UP, acquiring additional units from GATX and VMV in order to fulfill UP's order. One unit, UP 863, was wrecked and UP replaced it with one of its out of service MKT GP40s, which Helm decided to number UP 887. These 38 units have come from a myriad of previous owners and the histories of one or two are as yet unknown. UP's 850 class of GP40s are operated as UP owned locomotives and are included in the current 1992 roster.

In an additional effort to control its shortage of four-axle motive power, during February 1989 UP went full circle on some previously held units. UP had returned 64 former MP GP38-2s to their owner in July 1987 and January 1988, causing the shortage of four-axle units from which the railroad was still suffering. In late February 1989 UP leased from Helm 29 of the ex MP GP38-2s that had since been sold to a joint venture between Helm and Grand Trunk. GT was itself in need of newer four-axle power but didn't have the funding available to recondition all of the units at the same time. In a move to spread out the costs of acquiring newer power, along with finding a source of revenue for its parent organization, GT rebuilt the MP GP38-2s at a steady rate, leasing the others out to other roads (with Helm as the broker) until they could be run through the Battle Creek, Michigan shops. Thirty-five of these 64 units were eventually rebuilt by Grand Trunk renumbered to GT 5700s. The remaining 29 units were leased to UP by Helm and arrived back on Union Pacific in late February and early March 1989 as short term lease units with their original MP 2000/UP 2300 series road numbers. On 7 April 1989 the short term lease was extended to a long term, five year lease and the units were assigned UP road numbers as UP 1800-1828. As in the case of the 850 class of leased GP40s mentioned above, these 1800 class of leased GP38-2s are operated as UP owned locomotives and are included in the current 1992 roster.

UP was still in need of additional six-axle locomotives for the short term and on 10 February 1989 agreed to lease from EMD the 10 ex-CRI&P SD40-2s that EMD had just recently received back from lease to ICG. The units were received in ICG paint and numbers and were only on UP for 2-3 months, with the lease expiring in mid May 1989. UP returned them to EMD, who then leased the units to SP, with UP interchanging them with the Cotton belt at Kansas City.

In addition to the ICG SD40-2s from EMD, UP also leased 3 ex-Southern high-nose SD45s, effective on 23 February 1989. These 3 units were reconditioned for EMD by Mid America car in Kansas City prior to delivery to UP, and brought the total of UP's leased locomotives to its peak numbers, during early March 1989, of 109 locomotives.

One of the more colorful periods of UP's lease fleet came in late 1989, as UP was awaiting its newest order of Dash 8 locomotives from GE. The combination of higher than normal failure rates due to extremely cold weather (bringing into effect the availability provisions of the GE warranty), along with delivery problems on the newest order, forced GE to furnish to UP at no charge 20 ex ATSF C30-7s, beginning in late December 1989. These in addition to the 6 designated warranty protection units that UP leases from GE until needed to fulfill the availability portion of the warranty, at which time GE furnishes the units to UP at no charge. To support the lease quantity of 20 units needed in late December 1989, GE used a pool of 32 locomotives, all of which except 3 were in service at some during the period that the lease was in effect. All 32 units were reconditioned for GE at the Livingston Rebuild Center in Livingston, Montana. As the units were completed, LRC had Montana Rail Link run them in local and helper service out of Livingston to break them in. As such, they were the first General Electric units to be directly operated by MRL. The new Dash 8 locomotives had all arrived on property by March 1990 and the ATSF C30-7s were returned to GE, which continued to use the units in a nationwide lease fleet.

All of these locomotive leases beginning in late 1987 were required by UP to cover shortages of motive power, especially in the four-axle classes. The need for the leased locomotives became less pressing as UP continued in its current motive power upgrade and modernization program, unseen since the days that EMD F-units and GP9s replaced the everyday use of steam power. Many of the large numbers were slowly returned to their owners in late 1989, with some, namely the WC-Oxford SD40s, remaining until late 1990.

During July 1989, and again in July 1990, UP arranged to operate units rebuilt from older EMD SD40s and GE U30Cs, both of which UP had large fleets. In July 1989, UP arranged with Morrison-Knudsen to test 4 of its rebuilt SD40/45 models that M-K was operating as part of the lease fleet of its leasing subsidiary Motive Power International. These M-K SD40M-2s were numbered as MPI 9000s and had been rebuilt from retired SP SD45s using methods that would work just as well with UP's large fleet of SD40s and older SD40-2s. The MPI units were assigned to heavy-haul service of soda ash unit trains between Green River, Wyoming, and North Platte, Nebraska. The MPI units came painted in a dark blue with gold lettering and were in service on UP for a full year.

The 1990 tests used locomotives rebuilt by GE from retired U30Cs, rebuilding them from the walkway up to what GE called its Super 7 line, incorporating mature, non-microprocessor controlled, design features from its older Dash 7 line, into carbodies and mechanical components proven with its current Dash 8 line. UP was just retiring the last of its own U30Cs and GE approached them with a proposal to furnish locomotives from the Super 7 line. These GE Super 7, 3000 horsepower units entered service on UP as leased units, and again saw some service in the soda ash trains out of Green River. The Super 7s also saw service on UP's regular trains before they were returned to GE in September 1991 after spending a year testing on UP. There were 10 of these GE Super 7 rebuilds, painted in GE's gray GECX lease fleet colors.

Locomotives Leased By UP

(Reporting Marks=UPL, Union Pacific Leased)

UPL
Number
Model Lessor Previous
Owner
Date To
UP Lease
Date
Returned
Notes
UPL 36 SD-38 Helm MCR 36 12 Mar 1988 7 May 1989  
UPL 37 SD-38 Helm MCR 37 12 Mar 1988 7 May 1989  
UPL 55 SW1500 Helm HB&T 55 Jul 1988 23 Jun 1989  
UPL 201 GP38 ITSA C&O 3853 Aug 1988 28 Aug 1989 At Wilson, 4 July 1988, rebuilt for Intermountain Transportation Services (ITSA).
UPL 506 SD40 Helm A&SAB 506 Mar 1988 Jul 1989  
UPL 740 GP38-2 EMD CR 7940 Oct 1987 16 Jan 1989  
UPL 742 GP38-2 EMD CR 7942 Oct 1987 5 Jun 1989  
UPL 744 GP38-2 EMD CR 7944 Oct 1987 2 Jun 1989  
UPL 746 GP38-2 EMD CR 7946 Oct 1987 30 May 1989  
UPL 749 GP38-2 EMD CR 7949 Oct 1987 15 Jun 1989  
UPL 750 GP38-2 EMD CR 7950 Oct 1987 30 May 1989  
UPL 751 GP38-2 EMD CR 7951 Oct 1987 27 May 1989  
UPL 754 GP38-2 EMD CR 7954 Oct 1987 6 Jan 1989  
UPL 755 GP38-2 EMD CR 7955 Oct 1987 5 Jun 1989  
UPL 757 GP38-2 EMD CR 7957 Oct 1987 30 May 1989  
UPL 764 GP38-2 EMD CR 7964 Oct 1987 30 May 1989  
UPL 765 GP38-2 EMD CR 7965 Oct 1987 3 Feb 1989  
UPL 766 GP38-2 EMD CR 7966 Oct 1987 16 Jan 1989  
UPL 768 GP38-2 EMD CR 7968 Oct 1987 17 Jun 1989  
UPL 769 GP38-2 EMD CR 7969 Oct 1987 30 Jan 1989  
UPL 772 GP38-2 EMD CR 7972 Oct 1987 30 May 1989  
UPL 773 GP38-2 EMD CR 7973 Oct 1987 6 Jan 1989  
UPL 774 GP38-2 EMD CR 7974 Oct 1987 16 Jan 1989  
UPL 777 GP38-2 EMD CR 7977 Oct 1987 27 May 1989  
UPL 784 GP38-2 EMD CR 7984 Oct 1987 30 Jan 1989  
UPL 786 GP38-2 EMD CR 7986 Oct 1987 30 May 1989  
UPL 788 GP38-2 EMD CR 7988 Oct 1987 16 Jan 1989  
UPL 789 GP38-2 EMD CR 7989 Oct 1987 17 Jun 1989  
UPL 794 GP38-2 EMD CR 7994 Oct 1987 31 Jan 1989  
UPL 795 GP38-2 EMD CR 7995 Oct 1987 28 Jan 1989  
UPL 796 GP38-2 EMD CR 7996 Oct 1987 5 Jun 1989  
UPL 801 GP38-2 EMD CR 8001 Oct 1987 6 Jan 1989  
UPL 803 GP38-2 EMD CR 8003 Oct 1987 16 Jan 1989  
UPL 807 GP38-2 EMD CR 8007 Oct 1987 5 Jun 1989  
UPL 811 GP38-2 EMD CR 8011 Oct 1987 30 May 1989  
UPL 812 GP38-2 EMD CR 8012 Oct 1987 12 Jun 1989  
UPL 814 GP38-2 EMD CR 8014 Oct 1987 16 Jan 1989  
UPL 815 GP38-2 EMD CR 8015 Oct 1987 2 Jun 1989  
UPL 817 GP38-2 EMD CR 8017 Oct 1987 6 Jan 1989  
UPL 818 GP38-2 EMD CR 8018 Oct 1987 2 Jan 1989  
UPL 819 GP38-2 EMD CR 8019 Oct 1987 30 May 1989  
UPL 820 GP38-2 EMD CR 8020 Oct 1987 30 May 1989  
UPL 823 GP38-2 EMD CR 8023 Oct 1987 27 May 1989  
UPL 825 GP38-2 EMD CR 8025 Oct 1987 1 Jun 1989  
UPL 828 GP38-2 EMD CR 8028 Oct 1987 12 Jun 1989  
UPL 829 GP38-2 EMD CR 8029 Oct 1987 31 Jan 1989  
UPL 830 GP38-2 EMD CR 8030 Oct 1987 2 Jun 1989  
UPL 831 GP38-2 EMD CR 8031 Oct 1987 31 Jan 1989  
UPL 832 GP38-2 EMD CR 8032 Oct 1987 6 Jan 1989  
UPL 833 GP38-2 EMD CR 8033 Oct 1987 30 May 1989  
UPL 835 GP38-2 EMD CR 8035 Oct 1987 16 Jan 1989  
UPL 836 GP38-2 EMD CR 8036 Oct 1987 2 Jun 1989  
UPL 837 GP38-2 EMD CR 8037 Oct 1987 5 Jun 1989  
UPL 839 GP38-2 EMD CR 8039 Oct 1987 6 Jan 1989  
UPL 1701 SD45 Oxford NW 1701 18 Jan 1989 8 Sep 1989  
UPL 1718 SD45 Oxford NW 1718 8 Jan 1989 1 Sep 1989  
UPL 1724 SD45 Oxford NW 1724 14 Jan 1989 1 Sep 1989  
UPL 1744 SD45 Oxford NW 1744 7 Jan 1989 1 Sep 1989  
UPL 1745 SD45 Oxford NW 1745 7 Jan 1989 3 Sep 1989  
UPL 1746 SD45 Oxford NW 1746 12 Jan 1989 10 Jul 1989  
UPL 3000:1 SD40 Helm UP 3000 19 Jan 1989 30 Apr 1989  
UPL 3000:2 C30-S7 GE GECX 3000 17 Sep 1990 21 Oct 1990  
UPL 3001 C30-S7 GE GECX 3001 17 Sep 1990 21 Oct 1990  
UPL 3002 C30-S7 GE GECX 3002 17 Sep 1990 21 Oct 1990  
UPL 3003 C30-S7 GE GECX 3003 13 Jul 1990 18 Sep 1991  
UPL 3004 C30-S7 GE GECX 3004 13 Jul 1990 18 Sep 1991  
UPL 3005 C30-S7 GE GECX 3005 30 Jul 1990 18 Sep 1991  
UPL 3006 C30-S7 GE GECX 3006 17 Aug 1990 18 Sep 1991  
UPL 3007 C30-S7 GE GECX 3007 17 Sep 1990 18 Sep 1991  
UPL 3008 C30-S7 GE GECX 3008 1 Oct 1990 18 Sep 1991  
UPL 3009 C30-S7 GE GECX 3009 11 Nov 1990 18 Sep 1991  
UPL 3010 C30-S7 GE GECX 3010 9 Nov 1990 18 Sep 1991  
UPL 3013 GP40 Helm BN 3013 1 Mar 1989 9 May 1989  
UPL 3016 SD40 WC-Oxford UP 3016 4 Mar 1989 1 Nov 1990  
UPL 3020 GP40 Helm BN 3020 1 Mar 1989 23 Jun 1989  
UPL 3034 SD40 WC-Oxford UP 3034 27 Mar 1989 31 Mar 1990  
UPL 3046 SD40 WC-Oxford UP 3046 17 Aug 1989 1 Nov 1990  
UPL 3048 SD40 WC-Oxford UP 3048 18 Jan 1989 1 Nov 1990  
UPL 3049 SD40 WC-Oxford UP 3049 11 Mar 1989 1 Nov 1990  
UPL 3051 SD40 Helm UP 3051 18 Feb 1989 1 Mar 1989  
UPL 3065 GP40 Helm CR 3065 19 Jan 1989 1 May 1989 Returned to Helm for reconditioning in May 1989, lease renewed and returned as UP 861, 16 August 1989.
UPL 3068 SD40 WC-Oxford UP 3068 18 Jan 1989 1 Nov 1990  
UPL 3072 GP40 Helm CR 3072 27 Jan 1989 1 May 1989  
UPL 3073 GP40 Helm CR 3073 10 Feb 1989 30 Apr 1989 Returned to Helm for reconditioning in April 1989, lease renewed and returned as UP 873, 12 November 1989. Rebuilt by VMV, August 1989.
UPL 3074 GP40 Helm CR 3073 27 Jan 1989 30 Apr 1989 Returned to Helm for reconditioning in April 1989, lease renewed and returned as UP 872, 3 November 1989.
UPL 3082 GP40 Helm CR 3082 Jan 1989 1 May 1989 Returned to Helm for reconditioning in May 1989, lease renewed and returned as UP 862, 29 August 1989.
UPL 3091 GP40 Helm CR 3091 Feb 1989 1 May 1989 Returned to Helm for reconditioning in May 1989, lease renewed and returned as UP 863, 12 September 1989.
UPL 3102 SD40 WC-Oxford UP 3102 24 Mar 1989 1 Nov 1990 Returned to Oxford for repairs, 22 Aug 1989, lease renewed and returned to UP.
UPL 3147 SD45 EMD SOU 3147 17 Mar 1989 19 May 1989  
UPL 3148 SD45 EMD SOU 3148 28 Apr 1989 13 May 1989  
UPL 3167 SD45 EMD SOU 3167 4 Mar 1989 25 May 1989  
UPL 3726 GP38-2 GATX   Feb 1989 7 Mar 1989  
UPL 3731 GP38-2 GATX   Feb 1989 7 Mar 1989  
UPL 4001 SD40 WC-Oxford MP 3001 27 Jan 1989 1 Nov 1990  
UPL 4003 SD40 WC-Oxford MP 3003 1 Mar 1989 1 Nov 1990  
UPL 4016 SD40 WC-Oxford MP 3016 4 Mar 1989 1 Nov 1990  
UPL 4025 SD40 WC-Oxford MP 3025 27 Jan 1989 1 Nov 1990  
UPL 5319 SD39 Helm SP 5319 Feb 1988 10 Jun 1989  
UPL 5322 SD39 Helm SP 5322 Feb 1988 Jul 1989  
UPL 5325 SD39 Helm SP 5325 Feb 1988 24 May 1990 Wrecked on 6 March 1990 at Texarkana, Ark. Wreck damage repaired by UP and painted at North Little Rock to VMV silver scheme, 11 May 1990.
UPL 6040 SD40-2 EMD ICG 6040 10 Feb 1989 25 May 1989  
UPL 6041 SD40-2 EMD ICG 6041 1 Mar 1989 23 May 1989  
UPL 6042 SD40-2 EMD ICG 6042 10 Feb 1989 19 May 1989  
UPL 6043 SD40-2 EMD ICG 6043 14 Feb 1989 15 May 1989  
UPL 6044 SD40-2 EMD ICG 6044 14 Feb 1989 28 May 1989  
UPL 6045 SD40-2 EMD ICG 6045 14 Feb 1989 21 May 1989  
UPL 6046 SD40-2 EMD ICG 6046 14 Feb 1989 31 May 1989  
UPL 6047 SD40-2 EMD ICG 6047 1 Mar 1989 18 May 1989  
UPL 6048 SD40-2 EMD ICG 6048 14 Feb 1989 20 May 1989  
UPL 6049 SD40-2 EMD ICG 6049 1 Mar 1989 16 May 1989  
UPL 6400 SD45 Helm BN 6400 5 Apr 1988 19 Jun 1989  
UPL 6414 SD45R Helm BN 6414 26 Feb 1989 23 Jun 1989 Rebuilt by NRE with 16-cylinder engine.
UPL 6548 SD45 Oxford BN 6548 12 Jan 1989 10 Jul 1989 Returned to Oxford for repairs, 20 Mar 1989, lease renewed and returned to UP, 18 May 1989.
UPL 6672 GP40 Helm CSXT 6672 19 Jan 1989 17 Jul 1989 Owned by VMV, used in lease service as VMV 6672. Returned to Helm in July 1989 for reconditioning by VMV, lease renewed as UP 858, 29 September 1989.
UPL 6673 GP40 Helm CSXT 6674 19 Jan 1989 16 Jun 1989 Owned by VMV, previously used in lease service as VMV 6673. Returned to Helm in June 1989 for reconditioning, lease renewed as UP 859, 17 October 1989.
UPL 6684 GP40 Helm CSXT 6684 19 Jan 1989 1 May 1989 Owned by VMV, previously used in lease service as VMV 6684. Returned to Helm in May 1989 for reconditioning, lease renewed as UP 857, 29 July 1989.
UPL 7789 GP38 Helm CR 7789 Mar 1988 Mar 1989 One year lease converted to five year lease, renumbered to UP 1974 on 28 september 1989.
UPL 8021:1 GP38-2 EMD CR 8021 Oct 1987 1 May 1989  
             
UPL 8015 C30-7 GE ATSF 8015 29 Dec 1989 8 Mar 1990  
UPL 8017 C30-7 GE ATSF 8017      
UPL 8021:2 C30-7 GE ATSF 8021 16 Dec 1989 1 Mar 1990  
UPL 8023 C30-7 GE ATSF 8023 28 Jan 1990 10 Mar 1990  
UPL 8025 C30-7 GE ATSF 8025 29 Dec 1989 6 Mar 1990  
UPL 8026 C30-7 GE ATSF 8026 27 Dec 1989 4 Mar 1990  
UPL 8032 C30-7 GE ATSF 8032 6 Feb 1990 10 Mar 1990  
UPL 8035 C30-7 GE ATSF 8035 14 Dec 1989 9 Mar 1990 Returned to GE for repairs, 1 February 1990, lease renewed and returned to UP, 14 February 1990.
UPL 8044 C30-7 GE ATSF 8044 27 Dec 1989 14 Mar 1990  
UPL 8046 C30-7 GE ATSF 8046 29 Dec 1989 11 Mar 1990  
UPL 8053 C30-7 GE ATSF 8053 6 Jan 1990 6 Mar 1990  
UPL 8056 C30-7 GE ATSF 8056      
UPL 8058 C30-7 GE ATSF 8058 6 Jan 1990 6 Mar 1990  
UPL 8066 C30-7 GE ATSF 8066 6 Feb 1990 30 Mar 1990 Used to replace UPL 8035 while it was returned to GE for repairs.
UPL 8075 C30-7 GE ATSF 8075 1 Feb 1990 8 Mar 1990  
UPL 8079 C30-7 GE ATSF 8079 13 Feb 1990 10 Mar 1990  
UPL 8084 C30-7 GE ATSF 8084 2 Jan 1990 8 Mar 1990  
UPL 8087 C30-7 GE ATSF 8087 1 Feb 1990 11 Mar 1990  
UPL 8093 C30-7 GE ATSF 8093 17 Jan 1990 10 Mar 1990  
UPL 8096 C30-7 GE ATSF 8096 28 Jan 1990 10 Mar 1990  
UPL 8123 C30-7 GE ATSF 8123 13 Feb 1990 6 Mar 1990  
UPL 8125 C30-7 GE ATSF 8125 3 Jan 1990 17 Mar 1990  
UPL 8127 C30-7 GE ATSF 8127 6 Jan 1990 8 Mar 1990  
UPL 8128 C30-7 GE ATSF 8128 29 Dec 1989 17 Mar 1990  
UPL 8130 C30-7 GE ATSF 8130 6 Jan 1990 10 Mar 1990  
UPL 8131 C30-7 GE ATSF 8131 28 Feb 1990 1 Mar 1990  
UPL 8135 C30-7 GE ATSF 8135 1 Feb 1990 9 Mar 1990  
UPL 8136 C30-7 GE ATSF 8136      
UPL 8143 C30-7 GE ATSF 8143 12 Feb 1990 9 Mar 1990  
UPL 8146 C30-7 GE ATSF 8146 20 Feb 1990 4 Mar 1990  
UPL 8149 C30-7 GE ATSF 8149 17 Jan 1990 4 Mar 1990  
UPL 8151 C30-7 GE ATSF 8151 6 Feb 1990 10 Mar 1990  
UPL 8939 SD45 Oxford SP 8939 12 Jan 1989 22 Aug 1989 Returned to Oxford for repairs, 2 February 1989, lease renewed and returned to UP, 29 April 1989.
UPL 8993 SD45 Oxford SP 8993 18 Jan 1989 10 Jul 1989 Returned to Oxford for repairs, 20 March 1989, lease renewed and returned to UP, 21 April 1989.
UPL 9017 SD40-2M MPI   23 Jul 1989 Jul 1990  
UPL 9018 SD40-2M MPI   23 Jul 1989 Jul 1990  
UPL 9019 SD40-2M MPI   23 Jul 1989 Jul 1990  
UPL 9020 SD40-2M MPI   23 Jul 1989 Jul 1990  
UPL 9093 SD45 Oxford SP 9093 13 Jan 1989 10 July 1989 Returned to Oxford to replace main generator, 20 March 1989, lease renewed and returned to UP, 15 April 1989. Originally sold to Wilson in April 1988, resold by Wilson to WC-Oxford by Wilson.

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