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Union Pacific Heritage Fleet, Part 1

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Passenger cars of Union Pacific's Heritage Fleet, "Arden" through UP 115.

 

Business Car -- 1 car
Pullman-Standard, 1950 (UP, 1952)
Lightweight

UP "Arden"; see UPP 5449 "Arden"

Car History

Car
Number
Date To
Number
Date From
Number
UP 5449 Oct 1950 (new) Mar 1952
UP "Arden" Mar 1952 Apr 1986
UPP 100 (1st) "Arden" Apr 1986 (1997)
UPP 5449 "Arden" (1997)  

 

Staff Sleeper -- 1 car
Budd, 1949 (MP, 1971)
Lightweight

Car
Number
Date Retired
By UP
"Eagle" Nov 1986

Description:

Length, Over Buffers: 85'-0"
Length, Over Coupler Pulling Faces: (not shown)
Length, Over End Sills: 78'-10"
Length, Inside:
Truck Centers: 59'-6"
Truck Style: 4 wheel (9'-0" wheelbase)

Car History

Car
Number
Date To
Number
Date From
Number
MP "Crystal River" 1949 1963
MP 611 1963 1971
MP 11 1971 1985
UP "Eagle" 1985 Nov 1986

General Notes:

a. UP "Eagle" was built as MP Sleeper (10 roomette, 6 double bedroom) "Crystal River"; numbered as MP 611 in 1963; to MP Staff Sleeper in 1971; to UP "Eagle" in 1985, painted yellow and gray; retired in November 1986; sold to Mexico in 1987
b. Stainless steel construction
c. Source: Union Pacific Business Cars, 1870-1991, by Ralph L. Barger (Greenberg, 1992), pages 141, 142
d. Source: Sale to Mexico, CTC Board, February 1987, page 33; Pacific RailNews, June 1987

 

Business Car -- 1 car
Pullman, 1925 (MP, 1951)
Heavyweight

Car
Number
Date
Built
Date Retired
By UP
"Houston" 1925 Aug 1990

Description:

Length, Over Buffers: 83'-5"
Length, Over Coupler Pulling Faces: 82'-11"
Length, Over End Sills: 74'-4"
Length, Inside:
Truck Centers: 57'-2"
Truck Style: 6 wheel (10'-6" wheelbase)

Car History

Car
Number
Date To
Number
Date From
Number
MP 10613 1925 Sep 1951
MP 8 Sep 1951 1985
UP "Houston" 1985 Aug 1990

General Notes:

a. UP "Houston" was built as MP Parlor 10613; to MP Business Car 8 in September 1951; rebuilt to all-new configuration in August 1974; to UP Business Car "Houston" (1st) in 1985; traded to Kasten Railcar in August 1990 in exchange for former UP E9 locomotive 949.
b. Source: Union Pacific Business Cars, 1870-1991, by Ralph L. Barger, page 137
c. Randall, in Railway Passenger Car Annual 1984, page 115, shows rebuilt from Parlor to Business Car in 1966

 

Business Car -- 1 car
Pullman, 1914
Heavyweight

UP 99 (1st); see UPP 106 "Shoshone"

Car History

Car
Number
Date To
Number
Date From
Number
UP 99 (1st) Jun 1914 (new) Jun 1952
UP 106 (2nd) Jun 1952 1978
UP 106 (2nd) "Shoshone" 1978 1985
UPP 106 "Shoshone" 1992  

 

Business Car -- 1 car
Pullman-Standard, 1950 (UP, 1963)
Lightweight

UP 99 (2nd); see UPP 119 "Kenefick"

Car History

Car
Number
Date To
Number
Date From
Number
UP 5446 Oct 1950 (new) Apr 1963
UP 99 (2nd) Apr 1963 May 1985
UP 100 (6th) May 1985 Apr 1986
UPP 119 Apr 1986 1988
UPP 119 "Kenefick" 1988  

 

Business Car -- 1 car
Pullman, 1917
Standard Heavyweight (Clerestory Roof)

UP 100 (3rd); see UP 105 (3rd)

Car History

Car
Number
Date To
Number
Date From
Number
UP 100 (3rd) Mar 1917 May 1952
UP 101 (2nd) May 1952 Apr 1957
UP 102 (2nd) Apr 1957 Sep 1965
UP 105 (3rd) Sep 1985 Mar 1986

 

Business Car -- 1 car
Pullman-Standard, 1950 (UP, 1952)
Lightweight

UP 100 (4th); see UPP 102 "St. Louis"

Car History

Car
Number
Date To
Number
Date From
Number
UP 5448 Oct 1950 Mar 1952
UP 100 (4th) Mar 1952 Apr 1957
UP 101 (3rd) Apr 1957 Apr 1971
UP 102 (5th) Apr 1971 1989
UPP 102 "St. Louis" 1989  

 

Business Car -- 1 car
Pullman-Standard, 1950 (UP, 1957)
Lightweight

UP 100 (5th); see UPP 101 "Lone Star"

Car History

Car
Number
Date To
Number
Date From
Number
UP 5447 Oct 1950 Feb 1957
UP 100 (5th) Feb 1957 May 1965
UP 103 (5th) May 1965 Jun 1968
UP 102 (4th) Jun 1968 Apr 1971
UP 101 (4th) Apr 1971 1989
UPP 101 "Pocatello" 1989 Sep 2001
UPP 101 "Lone Star" Sep 2001  

 

Business Car -- 1 car
Pullman-Standard, 1950 (UP, 1963)
Lightweight

UP 100 (6th); see UPP 119 "Kenefick"

Car History

Car
Number
Date To
Number
Date From
Number
UP 5446 Oct 1950 (new) Apr 1963
UP 99 (2nd) Apr 1963 May 1985
UP 100 (6th) May 1985 Apr 1986
UPP 119 Apr 1986 1988
UPP 119 "Kenefick" 1988  

 

Business Car -- 1 car
Pullman-Standard, 1950 (UP, 1952)
Lightweight

UPP 100 (1st) "Arden"; see UPP 5449 "Arden"

Car History

Car
Number
Date To
Number
Date From
Number
UP 5449 Oct 1950 (new) Mar 1952
"Arden" Mar 1952 Apr 1986
UPP 100 (1st) "Arden" Apr 1986  
UPP 5449 "Arden"    

 

Business Car -- 1 car
Pullman, 1926
Heavyweight

Car
Number
Previous
Number
Date
Retired
Notes and Disposition
UPP 100 (2nd) "Airslie" SP 100 "Airslie" 2000 Sold

Description:

Length, Over Buffers:
Length, Over Coupler Pulling Faces:
Length, Over End Sills:
Length, Inside:
Truck Centers:
Truck Style:

General Notes:

a. To UP by merger in 1996; to UPP 100 "Airslie" in (?); retired in 2000; sold to a private party; during 2005 through 2007, the car was stored on Pacific Harbor Line at Los Angeles harbor at Wilmington; stored at Irwindale, California until April 2008, briefly moved to Mexico during April 2008; stored at Mexicali, BC (seen at Calexico, California en route to Mexicali on April 7, 2008; seen returning to the U.S. at El Centro, California on June 3, 2009); moved to Fullerton, California, where it was stored from July 2009 to June 2010; sold to Aberdeen, Carolina & Western Railway (ACWR), moved to Star, North Carolina, in late June 2010.
b. One of three business cars ordered by Southern Pacific in the 1920s from Pullman (the other two cars were SP 140 "Stanford" and SP 99 "Houston"). SP 100 Airslie was delivered in late May 1926 and assigned to the Board Chairman Henry Wheeler DeForrest (with offices in New York). The car was regularly stationed on the private car tracks of the Waldorf-Astoria Hotel in New York while the Board Chairman's offices were in that city. DeForrest had the car named for his family's hunting lodge in Scotland, "Airslie". (Bob Pecotich)

 

Business Car -- 1 car
Pullman, 1912 (UP, 1937)
Heavyweight (later Streamlined Heavyweight)

UP 101 "Overland"; see UPP 115 "Selma"

Car History

Car
Number
Date To
Number
Date From
Number
UP 101 "Overland" May 1912 (new) Jun 1952
UP 103 (3rd) Jun 1952 Apr 1964
UP 109 (2nd) Apr 1964 Aug 1971
WP "Feather River" Aug 1971 1985
MP 3 "Kansas City" 1985 1985
UP 115 (3rd) 1985 Aug 1987
UP 115 "Selma" 1987 1989
UPP 115 "Selma" 1989  

 

Business Car -- 1 car
Pullman, 1917
Standard Heavyweight (Clerestory Roof)

UP 101 (2nd); see UP 105 (3rd)

Car History

Car
Number
Date To
Number
Date From
Number
UP 100 (3rd) Mar 1917 May 1952
UP 101 (2nd) May 1952 Apr 1957
UP 102 (2nd) Apr 1957 Sep 1965
UP 105 (3rd) Sep 1985 Mar 1986

 

Business Car -- 1 car
Pullman-Standard, 1950 (UP, 1952)
Lightweight

UP 101 (3rd); see UPP 102 "St. Louis"

Car History

Car
Number
Date To
Number
Date From
Number
UP 5448 Oct 1950 Mar 1952
UP 100 (4th) Mar 1952 Apr 1957
UP 101 (3rd) Apr 1957 Apr 1971
UP 102 (5th) Apr 1971 1989
UPP 102 "St. Louis" 1989  

 

Business Car -- 1 car
Pullman-Standard, 1950 (UP, 1957)
Lightweight

Car
Number
Previous
Number
UPP 101 "Lone Star" UPP 101 "Pocatello"

Description:

Length, Over Buffers: 85'-6"
Length, Over Coupler Pulling Faces: 85'-10"
Length, Over End Sills: 79'-2"
Length, Inside:
Truck Centers: 59'-6"
Truck Style: 6 wheel (11'-0" wheelbase)

Car History

Car
Number
Date To
Number
Date From
Number
UP 5447 Oct 1950 Feb 1957
UP 100 (5th) Feb 1957 May 1965
UP 103 (5th) May 1965 Jun 1968
UP 102 (4th) Jun 1968 Apr 1971
UP 101 (4th) Apr 1971 1989
UPP 101 "Pocatello" 1989 Sep 2001
UPP 101 "Lone Star" Sep 2001  

General Notes:

a. Built as Chair 5447; remodeled to Business Car 100 (5th) in February 1957; to Business Car 103 (5th) in May 1965; to Business Car 102 (4th) in June 1968; to Business Car 101 (4th) in April 1971; to UPP 101 "Pocatello" in 1989; to UPP 101 "Lone Star" in September 2001
b. Named "Lone Star" to commemorate the state of Texas, nicknamed The Lone Star State.
c. Floor Plan: 235-CB-37678
d. Built with 4 wheel trucks; 6 wheel trucks added in 1957 rebuilding to Business Car.
e. UP diagram sheet P-7-1 (2/28/1957), Rev. A (6/12/1962), Rev. B (4/29/1963), Rev. C (3/6/1964), Rev. D (4/15/1965), Rev. E (7/26/1966), Rev. F (5/1/1970), Rev. G (4/19/1971), Rev. H (1/17/1973) (as UP 101, Barger, p. 63)

 

Business Car -- 1 car
Pullman, 1926 (UP, 1945)
Standard Heavyweight (Clerestory Roof)

UP (LA&SL) 102 (2nd); see UPP 104 "North Platte"

Car History

Car
Number
Date To
Number
Date From
Number
LA&SL 4403 Oct 1926 Oct 1942
LA&SL 1563 Oct 1942 Mar 1945
LA&SL 123 Mar 1945 Jul 1952
UP (LA&SL) 102 (2nd) Jul 1952 Apr 1957
UP (LA&SL) 104 (3rd) Apr 1957 1988
UP 104 1988 1995
UPP 104 "North Platte" 1995  

 

Business Car -- 1 car
Pullman, 1926 (UP, 1935)
Standard Heavyweight (Clerestory Roof)

UP 102 (1st) "Overland"; see UP 107 (2nd)

Car History

Car
Number
Date To
Number
Date From
Number
UP 102 (1st) "Overland" Mar 1926 May 1952
UP 107 (2nd) May 1952 May 1971

 

Business Car -- 1 car
Pullman, 1917
Standard Heavyweight (Clerestory Roof)

UP 102 (2nd); see UP 105 (3rd)

Car History

Car
Number
Date To
Number
Date From
Number
UP 100 (3rd) Mar 1917 May 1952
UP 101 (2nd) May 1952 Apr 1957
UP 102 (2nd) Apr 1957 Sep 1965
UP 105 (3rd) Sep 1985 Mar 1986

 

Business Car -- 1 car
Pullman-Standard, 1956 (UP, 1965)
Lightweight

UP 102 (3rd); see UPP 103 "Cheyenne"

Car History

Car
Number
Date To
Number
Date From
Number
UP "Baker" Mar 1956 (new) Sep 1965
UP 102 (3rd) Sep 1965 Jun 1968
UP 103 (6th) Jun 1968 1987
UP 106 (3rd) 1987 1989
UPP 103 "Cheyenne" 1989  

 

Business Car -- 1 car
Pullman-Standard, 1950 (UP, 1957)
Lightweight

UP 102 (4th); see UPP 101 "Lone Star"

Car History

Car
Number
Date To
Number
Date From
Number
UP 5447 Oct 1950 Feb 1957
UP 100 (5th) Feb 1957 May 1965
UP 103 (5th) May 1965 Jun 1968
UP 102 (4th) Jun 1968 Apr 1971
UP 101 (4th) Apr 1971 1989
UPP 101 "Pocatello" 1989 Sep 2001
UPP 101 "Lone Star" Sep 2001  

 

Business Car -- 1 car
Pullman-Standard, 1950 (UP, 1952)
Lightweight

Car
Number
Previous
Number
UPP 102 "St. Louis" UP 102 (5th)

Description:

Length, Over Buffers: 84'-9"
Length, Over Coupler Pulling Faces: 85'-0"
Length, Over End Sills: 79'-2" (End Posts)
Length, Inside:
Truck Centers: 59'-6"
Truck Style: 4 wheels (9'-0" wheelbase)

Car History

Car
Number
Date To
Number
Date From
Number
UP 5448 Oct 1950 Mar 1952
UP 100 (4th) Mar 1952 Apr 1957
UP 101 (3rd) Apr 1957 Apr 1971
UP 102 (5th) Apr 1971 1989
UPP 102 "St. Louis" 1989  

General Notes:

a. Built as Chair 5448 in October 1950; to Business Car 100 (4th) in March 1952; to Business Car 101 (3rd) in April 1957; to Business Car 102 (5th) in April 1971; to Business Car UPP 102 "St. Louis" (2nd) in 1989.
b. Floor Plan: 235-CB-37694.
c. UP diagram sheet P-7-2 (10/1/1952), Rev. A (2/15/1956), Rev. B (3/6/1964), Rev. C (8/10/1965), Rev. D (5/1/1970), Rev. E (4/19/1971), Rev. F (1/10/1973) (as UP 102).
d. UP diagram sheet P-7-3 (10/1/1952), Rev. A (2/15/1956) (as UP 101).

 

Business Car -- 1 car
Pullman, 1912 (UP, 1923)
Arch Roof Heavyweight

UP 103 (2nd); see UP 108 (2nd)

Car History

Car
Number
Date To
Number
Date From
Number
OWRR&N 499 Dec 1912 Feb 1916
OWRR&N 1592 Feb 1916 Mar 1923
OWRR&N 185 Mar 1923 Jun 1926
UP 103 (2nd) Sep 1926 Feb 1952
UP 115 (2nd) Feb 1952 Mar 1961
UP 108 (2nd) Mar 1961 Nov 1986

 

Business Car -- 1 car
Pullman, 1912 (UP, 1937)
Streamlined Heavyweight

UP 103 (3rd); see UPP 115 "Selma"

Car History

Car
Number
Date To
Number
Date From
Number
UP 101 "Overland" May 1912 (new) Jun 1952
UP 103 (3rd) Jun 1952 Apr 1964
UP 109 (2nd) Apr 1964 Aug 1971
WP "Feather River" Aug 1971 1985
MP 3 "Kansas City" 1985 1985
UP 115 (3rd) 1985 Aug 1987
UP 115 "Selma" 1987 1989
UPP 115 "Selma" 1989  

 

Business Car -- 1 car
Pullman-Standard, 1956 (UP, 1964)
Lightweight

UP 103 (4th); see UPP 114 "Feather River"

Car History

Car
Number
Date To
Number
Date From
Number
UP "Boise" Mar 1956 (new) May 1964
UP 103 (4th) May 1964 May 1965
UP 114 (3rd) May 1965 Nov 1983
UP 114 "Feather River" Nov 1983 1989
UPP 114 "Feather River" 1989  

 

Business Car -- 1 car
Pullman-Standard, 1950 (UP, 1957)
Lightweight

UP 103 (5th); see UPP 101 "Lone Star"

Car History

Car
Number
Date To
Number
Date From
Number
UP 5447 Oct 1950 Feb 1957
UP 100 (5th) Feb 1957 May 1965
UP 103 (5th) May 1965 Jun 1968
UP 102 (4th) Jun 1968 Apr 1971
UP 101 (4th) Apr 1971 1989
UPP 101 "Pocatello" 1989 Sep 2001
UPP 101 "Lone Star" Sep 2001  

 

Business Car -- 1 car
Pullman-Standard, 1956 (UP, 1965)
Lightweight

UP 103 (6th); see UPP 103 "Cheyenne"

Car History

Car
Number
Date To
Number
Date From
Number
UP "Baker" Mar 1956 (new) Sep 1965
UP 102 (3rd) Sep 1965 Jun 1968
UP 103 (6th) Jun 1968 1987
UP 106 (3rd) 1987 1989
UPP 103 "Cheyenne" 1989  

 

Business Car -- 1 car
AC&F, 1928
Standard Heavyweight (Clerestory Roof)

Car
Number
Previous
Number
Date
Retired
Notes and Disposition
UP 103 (7th) UP 105 (4th) 1992 To California State Railroad Museum in 1992 in exchange for Business Car "Shoshone"

Description:

Length, Over Buffers: (not shown)
Length, Over Coupler Pulling Faces: (not shown)
Length, Over End Sills: 74'-8"
Length, Inside: 73'-10"
Truck Centers: 58'-8"
Truck Style: 6 wheels (11'-0" wheelbase)

Car History

Car
Number
Date To
Number
Date From
Number
T&P 2   1963
MP 10 1963 Apr 1986
UP 105 (4th) Apr 1986 1987
UP 103 (7th) 1987 1992

General Notes:

a. Built as T&P Business Car 2; to T&P (MP) Business Car 10 in 1963; to UP in 1985, name "Dallas" planned but not applied; to UP Business Car 105 (4th) in April 1986; to UP Business Car 103 (7th) in 1987; stored in 1990; to California State Railroad Museum in 1992 in exchange for Business Car "Shoshone"
b. Source: Union Pacific Business Cars, 1870-1991, by Ralph L. Barger (Greenberg, 1992), page 140

 

Business Car -- 1 car
Pullman-Standard, 1956 (UP, 1965)
Lightweight

Car
Number
Car
Name
Previous
Number
UPP 103 Cheyenne UP 106 (3rd)

Description:

Length, Over Buffers: (not shown)
Length, Over Coupler Pulling Faces: 85'-0"
Length, Over End Sills: 79'-2"
Length, Inside:
Truck Centers: 59'-6"
Truck Style: 4 wheels (9'-0" wheelbase)

Car History

Car
Number
Date To
Number
Date From
Number
UP "Baker" Mar 1956 (new) Sep 1965
UP 102 (3rd) Sep 1965 Jun 1968
UP 103 (6th) Jun 1968 1987
UP 106 (3rd) 1987 1989
UPP 103 "Cheyenne" 1989  

General Notes:

a. Built as Sleeper Lounge "Baker", with 5 double bedrooms and redwood-paneled lounge area; to Business Car 102 (3rd) in September 1965; to Business Car 103 (6th) in June 1968; to Business Car 106 (3rd) in 1987; to Business Car UPP 103 "Cheyenne" in 1989
b. Named "Cheyenne" to commemorate Cheyenne, Wyoming, Union Pacific's center of operations in the state of Wyoming, and the last location on the railroad to maintain steam locomotives. During the early 1950s, at the peak of steam locomotive operations, Cheyenne had the largest roundhouse on the Union Pacific system, large enough to form almost a complete circle.
c. Floor Plan (after 1965 remodeling): 235-CB-37081
d. UP diagram sheet P-7-18 (8/10/1965), Rev. A (7/26/1966)
e. UP diagram sheet P-7-3 (8/10/1965), Rev. A (7/26/1966), Rev. B (5/1/1970) (as UP 103, 6th) (Barger, p. 73)

 

Business Car -- 1 car
Pullman, 1926 (UP, 1945)
Standard Heavyweight (Clerestory Roof)

UP (LA&SL) 104 (2nd); see LA&SL 124

Car History

Car
Number
Date To
Number
Date From
Number
LA&SL 4404 Oct 1926 Oct 1942
LA&SL 1564 Oct 1942 Apr 1945
LA&SL 124 Apr 1945 Jun 1952
UP (LA&SL) 104 (2nd) Jun 1952 Apr 1957
UP (LA&SL) 105 Apr 1957 Sep 1965
UP (LA&SL) 124 Sep 1965 Jun 1970

 

Business Car -- 1 car
Pullman, 1926 (UP, 1945)
Standard Heavyweight (Clerestory Roof)

UP (LA&SL) 104 (3rd); see UPP 104 "North Platte"

Car History

Car
Number
Date To
Number
Date From
Number
LA&SL 4403 Oct 1926 Oct 1942
LA&SL 1563 Oct 1942 Mar 1945
LA&SL 123 Mar 1945 Jul 1952
UP (LA&SL) 102 (2nd) Jul 1952 Apr 1957
UP (LA&SL) 104 (3rd) Apr 1957 1988
UP 104 1988 1995
UPP 104 "North Platte" 1995  

 

Business Car -- 1 car
Pullman, 1926 (UP, 1945)
Standard Heavyweight (Clerestory Roof)

Car
Number
Previous
Number
UPP 104 "North Platte" UP 104

Description:

Length, Over Buffers: 83'-0", changed to 82'-5"
Length, Over Coupler Pulling Faces: 82'-5", changed to 82'-6"
Length, Over End Sills: 76'-6"
Total Wheelbase: 68'-10", changed to 70'-10"
Length, Inside:
Truck Centers: 57'-10"
Truck Style: 6 wheel (11'-0" wheelbase)

Car History

Car
Number
Date To
Number
Date From
Number
LA&SL 4403 Oct 1926 Oct 1942
LA&SL 1563 Oct 1942 Mar 1945
LA&SL 123 Mar 1945 Jul 1952
UP (LA&SL) 102 (2nd) Jul 1952 Apr 1957
UP (LA&SL) 104 (3rd) Apr 1957 1988
UP 104 1988 1995
UPP 104 "North Platte" 1995  

General Notes:

a. Built as LA&SL Observation 4403; to LA&SL Cafe Observation 1563 in October 1942; to LA&SL Business Car 123 in March 1945; to LA&SL Business Car 102 (2nd) in July 1952; to LA&SL Business Car 104 (3rd) in April 1957; remodeled with streamlined roof in 1968; changed from LA&SL 104 (3rd) to UP 104 in 1988; stored in 1990; remodeled to Business Car "North Platte" (3rd) in 1995.
b. LA&SL was controlled by UP after 1921; leased to UP for operation in 1936; formally merged with UP on December 30, 1987.
c. Air conditioning added by Pullman-Standard in 1935.
d. Floor Plan (after 1944 remodeling to Business Car): 237-CB-23766.
e. UP diagram sheet P-7-6 (9/9/1954), Rev. A (2/15/1956), Rev. B (3/2/1959), Rev. C (3/6/1964) (as LA&SL 104).
f. UP diagram sheet P-7-4 (8/9/1954), rev. F (4/21/1971), Rev. G (1/22/1973) (as LA&SL 104).
g. Source: Union Pacific Business Cars, 1870-1991, by Ralph L. Barger (Greenberg, 1992), pages 102-106.

 

Business Car -- 1 car
AC&F, 1919 (Hotchkiss Blue, 1919)
Standard Heavyweight (Clerestory Roof)

UP 105 (2nd); see UP 113 (2nd)

Car History

Car
Number
Date To
Number
Date From
Number
"Anoakia" 1919 Jan 1942
UP 119 (1st) Jan 1942 Nov 1951
UP 105 (2nd) Nov 1951 Apr 1957
UP 113 (2nd) Apr 1957 Jun 1970

 

Business Car -- 1 car
Pullman, 1917
Streamlined Heavyweight

Car
Number
Previous
Number
Date
Retired
Notes and Disposition
UP 105 (3rd) UP 102 (2nd) Mar 1986 To Portola Railroad Museum in March 1986

Description:

Length, Over Buffers: 82'-4"
Length, Over Coupler Pulling Faces: (not shown)
Length, Over End Sills: 73'-10"
Length, Inside:
Truck Centers: 57'-10"
Truck Style: 6 wheel (11'-0" wheelbase)

Car History

Car
Number
Date To
Number
Date From
Number
UP 100 (3rd) Mar 1917 May 1952
UP 101 (2nd) May 1952 Apr 1957
UP 102 (2nd) Apr 1957 Sep 1965
UP 105 (3rd) Sep 1985 Mar 1986

General Notes:

a. Built as Business Car 100 (3rd) in March 1917; to Business Car 101 (2nd) in May 1952; to Business Car 102 (2nd) in April 1957; to Business Car 105 (3rd) in September 1965; to Portola Railroad Museum in March 1986.
b. Air conditioning added by Pullman-Standard in 1935.
c. Floor Plan (after 1935 remodeling): 235-CB-22301.
d. UP diagram sheet P-7-2 (10/27/1941) (no revision) (as UP 100).
e. UP diagram sheet P-7-4 (9/1/1949), Rev. F (8/2/1967), Rev. J (1/24/1973).

 

Business Car -- 1 car
AC&F, 1928
Standard Heavyweight (Clerestory Roof)

UP 105 (4th); see UP 103 (7th)

Car History

Car
Number
Date To
Number
Date From
Number
T&P 2   1963
MP 10 1963 Apr 1986
UP 105 (4th) Apr 1986 1987
UP 103 (7th) 1987 1992

 

Business Car -- 1 car
Pullman-Standard, 1953 (Autoliner, 1974)
Lightweight

Car
Number
Previous
Number
Date
Retired
Notes and Disposition
UPP 105 "Houston" UP 109 (3rd) 1997 Sold to Mike Margrave; to Arizona Railway Museum in 1997

Description:

Length, Over Buffers:
Length, Over Coupler Pulling Faces: 85'-5"
Length, Over End Sills:
Length, Inside: 78'-6"
Truck Centers: 59'-6"
Truck Style: 6 wheel (11'-0" wheelbase)

Car History

Car
Number
Date To
Number
Date From
Number
C&EI "Lobolly Pine" 1953 1968
C&EI 652 1968 1969
L&N 652 1969 1974
Autoliner 101 1974 1976
MP 2 1976 1985
UP "Little Rock" 1985 1986
UP 109 (3rd) 1986 1987
UP 105 (5th) 1987 1990
UPP 105 "Houston" 1990 1997

General Notes:

a. Built as CE&I Sleeper "Lobolly Pine"; to CE&I Staff Sleeper 652 in 1968; to L&N Staff Sleeper 652 in 1969; sold to Autoliner Corp. in 1974 and remodeled to Autoliner Business Car 101; sold to MP as MP Business Car 2 in 1976; to UP Business Car "Little Rock" in 1985; to Business Car 109 (3rd) in 1986; to Business Car 105 (5th) in 1987; to Business Car UPP 105 "Houston" (2nd) in 1990; to Railcar Preservation (Mike Margrave) in 1997; to Arizona Railway Museum, arrived in November 1997, car is undergoing mechanical upgrade to Amtrak standards and car interior is being restored and upgraded.
b. In 1990, UPP 315 Crew Sleeper was renamed from "North Platte" to "Little Rock".
c. Source: Union Pacific Business Cars, 1870-1991, by Ralph L. Barger (Greenberg, 1992), page 134

 

Business Car -- 1 car
Pullman, 1914
Standard Heavyweight (Clerestory Roof)

UP 106 (2nd); see UPP 106 "Shoshone"

Car History

Car
Number
Date To
Number
Date From
Number
UP 99 (1st) Jun 1914 (new) Jun 1952
UP 106 (2nd) Jun 1952 1978
UP 106 (2nd) "Shoshone" 1978 1985
UPP 106 "Shoshone" 1992  

 

Business Car -- 1 car
Pullman-Standard, 1956 (UP, 1965)
Lightweight

UP 106 (3rd); see UPP 103 "Cheyenne"

Car History

Car
Number
Date To
Number
Date From
Number
UP "Baker" Mar 1956 (new) Sep 1965
UP 102 (3rd) Sep 1965 Jun 1968
UP 103 (6th) Jun 1968 1987
UP 106 (3rd) 1987 1989
UPP 103 "Cheyenne" 1989  

 

Business Car -- 1 car
Pullman, 1914
Heavyweight

Car
Number
Previous
Number
UPP 106 "Shoshone" UP 106 (2nd)

Description:

Length, Over Buffers: 83'-5"
Length, Over Coupler Pulling Faces: (not shown)
Length, Over End Sills: 73'-6"
Length, Inside:
Truck Centers:58'-3"
Truck Style: 6 wheel (11'-0" wheelbase)

Car History

Car
Number
Date To
Number
Date From
Number
UP 99 (1st) Jun 1914 (new) Jun 1952
UP 106 (2nd) Jun 1952 1978
UP 106 (2nd) "Shoshone" 1978 1985
UPP 106 "Shoshone" 1992  

General Notes:

a. Built as Business Car 99 (1st); to Business Car 106 (2nd) in June 1952; stored in 1970 (retired in February 1972, reinstated in May 1973); refurbished in 1978 and named "Shoshone"; to California State Railroad Museum in 1985; to UP in 1992 in exchange for Business Car 103 (7th); to Business Car UPP 106 "Shoshone" in 1992.
b. As of April 13, 1984, Shoshone was assigned to James H. Evans, chairman and CEO of Union Pacific Corporation from 1977 until his retirement in July 1985. (The Mixed Train, September 1984, page 13)
c. Air conditioning added by Pullman-Standard in 1935.
d. Floor Plans (after 1935 remodeling): 235-CB-22300.
e. UP diagram sheet P-7-1 (10/27/1941) (no revision).
f. Source: Union Pacific Business Cars, 1870-1991, by Ralph L. Barger (Greenberg, 1992), page 48.
g. UP diagram sheet P-7-8 (10/27/1941), Rev. B (12/20/1957), Rev. C (8/10/1965).

 

Business Car -- 1 car
Pullman, 1926 (UP, 1935)
Standard Heavyweight (Clerestory Roof)

Car
Number
Previous
Number
Date
Renumbered
Date
Retired
Notes and Disposition
UP 107 (2nd) "Overland" UP 102 (1st) "Overland" May 1952 1 Jul 1970 Donated in May 1971 to Meadowcroft Village museum and displayed at Meadow Lands Farm, near The Meadows Racetrack (Washington, Pennsylvania)

Description:

Length, Over Buffers: 83'-8"
Length, Over Coupler Pulling Faces: 83'-2"
Length, Over End Sills: 74'-8"
Length, Inside: 73'-6"
Truck Centers: 58'-5"
Truck Style: 6 wheel (11'-0" wheelbase)

Car History

Car
Number
Date To
Number
Date From
Number
UP 102 (1st) "Overland" Mar 1926 May 1952
UP 107 (2nd) May 1952 May 1971

General Notes:

a.

Built as UP 102 (1st) "Overland"; carried "Overland" after 1926; to Business Car 107 (2nd) in May 1952; retired on 1 Jul 1970; donated in May 1971 to Meadowcroft Village and displayed at Meadow Lands Farm, site of The Meadows Racetrack (Washington, Pennsylvania); moved in August 1987 to new location at Meadowcroft Village near Avella, Pennsylvania; location later renamed as Meadowcroft Rockshelter and Historic Village; donated to California State Railroad Museum in May 2013; moved by truck to Weirton, West Virginia, where it was loaded on a TTX flat car 142429, then moved to California in November 2013 (seen loaded on TTX flat car 142429 at Roseville, California, on December 1, 2013).

(View a photo of UP 107 loaded on the TTX flat car at Weirton, West Virginia, on November 8, 2013)

(Read more about how a Union Pacific business car came to Western Pennsylvania)

b. Air conditioning added by Pullman-Standard in 1935
c. Floor Plan (after remodeling): 235-CB-22303
d. UP diagram sheet P-7-4 (10/27/1941) (no revision) (as UP 102, 1st)
e. UP diagram sheet P-7-9 (10/27/1941), Rev. A 12/10/1946), Rev. B (12/20/1957), Rev. C (8/10/1965), Rev. D (8/2/1967) (as UP 107) (Barger, p. 72)
f. Source: Union Pacific Business Cars, 1870-1991, by Ralph L. Barger (Greenberg, 1992), pages 70-72
g. Source: Car moved to California. (Trains News Wire, November 11, 2013; link)

 

Business Car -- 1 car
Pullman, 1926 (AC&F, 1957)
Standard Heavyweight (Clerestory Roof)

Car
Number
Previous
Number
Date
Retired
Notes and Disposition
UP 107 (3rd) MP 1 1996 To H. Gussman (Tulsa, Oklahoma) in 1996

Description:

Length, Over Buffers: 85'-5"
Length, Over Coupler Pulling Faces: 85'-1"
Length, Over End Sills: (not shown)
Length, Inside:
Truck Centers: 58'-8"
Truck Style: 6 wheel (10'-6" wheelbase)

Car History

Car
Number
Date To
Number
Date From
Number
MP 12 1926 1957
MP 1 "Eagle" 1957 1985
UP "St. Louis" 1985 1986
UP 107 (3rd) 1986 1996

General Notes:

a. Built as MP Business Car 12; to MP Business Car 1 "Eagle" in 1957; to UP Business Car "St. Louis" in 1985; to UP Business Car 107 (3rd) in 1986; to H. Gussman (Tulsa, Oklahoma) in 1996
b. Source: Union Pacific Business Cars, 1870-1991, by Ralph L. Barger (Greenberg, 1992), page 131

 

Business Car -- 1 car
Pullman, 1912 (UP, 1923)
Arch Roof Heavyweight

Car
Number
Previous
Number
Date
Retired
Notes and Disposition
UP 108 (2nd) UP 115 (2nd) Nov 1986 Sold to Mexico in 1987

Description:

Length, Over Buffers: 83'-8"
Length, Over Coupler Pulling Faces: (83'-2" ?)
Length, Over End Sills: 75'-6"
Length, Inside:
Truck Centers: 59'-4"
Truck Style: 6 wheel (11'-0" wheelbase)

Car History

Car
Number
Date To
Number
Date From
Number
OWRR&N 499 Dec 1912 Feb 1916
OWRR&N 1592 Feb 1916 Mar 1923
OWRR&N 185 Mar 1923 Jun 1926
UP 103 (2nd) Sep 1926 Feb 1952
UP 115 (2nd) Feb 1952 Mar 1961
UP 108 (2nd) Mar 1961 Nov 1986

General Notes:

a. Built as OWRR&N Cafe Parlor Observation 499; to OWRR&N Cafe Parlor Observation 1592 in 1916; to OWRR&N Business Car 185 in March 1923; sold to UP in June 1926; to UP Business Car 103 (2nd) in September 1926; to UP Business Car 115 (2nd) in February 1952; to UP Business Car 108 (2nd) in March 1961; retired in November 1986; sold to Mexico in 1987.
b. (Barger, page 114, shows that UP 108 [2nd] became UP 102 [6th] after 1983; no other record of this is available -- UP 102 [5th, nee UP 100 ca. 1952] held the UP 102 number from 1971 until it became UPP 102 "St. Louis" in 1989; UP records confirm this.)
c. Remodeled in 1941.
d. Air conditioning (Waukesha) installed in 1942.
e. Floor Plan (after 1941 remodeling): 237-CB-23005.
f. UP diagram sheet P-7-5 (10/27/1941) (no revision).
g. UP diagram sheet P-7-12 (10/27/1941), Rev. A (1/12/1943), Rev. B (12/10/1946), Rev. C (12/20/1957), Rev. D (4/21/1961) (as UP 108).

 

Business Car -- 1 car
Pullman, 1912 (UP, 1937)
Streamlined Heavyweight

UP 109 (2nd); see UPP 115 "Selma"

Car History

Car
Number
Date To
Number
Date From
Number
UP 101 "Overland" May 1912 (new) Jun 1952
UP 103 (3rd) Jun 1952 Apr 1964
UP 109 (2nd) Apr 1964 Aug 1971
WP "Feather River" Aug 1971 1985
MP 3 "Kansas City" 1985 1985
UP 115 (3rd) 1985 Aug 1987
UP 115 "Selma" 1987 1989
UPP 115 "Selma" 1989  

 

Business Car -- 1 car
Pullman-Standard, 1953 (Autoliner, 1974)
Lightweight

UPP 109 (3rd); see UPP 105 "Houston"

Car History

Car
Number
Date To
Number
Date From
Number
C&EI "Lobolly Pine" 1953 1968
C&EI 652 1968 1969
L&N 652 1969 1974
Autoliner 101 1974 1976
MP 2 1976 1985
UP "Little Rock" 1985 1986
UP 109 (3rd) 1986 1987
UP 105 (5th) 1987 1990
UPP 105 "Houston" 1990 1997

 

Business Car -- 1 car
Pullman, 1926 (UP, 1944)
Standard Heavyweight (Clerestory Roof)

Car
Number
Previous
Number
Date
Retired
Notes and Disposition
UP (LA&SL) 110 LA&SL 121 Nov 1986 Sold to Mexico in 1987

Description:

Length, Over Buffers: 82'-5" (as UP 110)
Length, Over Coupler Pulling Faces: 82'-6" (as UP 110)
Length, Over End Sills: 76'-5" (as UP 110)
Length, Inside:
Truck Centers: 57'-10"
Truck Style: 6 wheel (11'-0" wheelbase)

Car History

Car
Number
Date To
Number
Date From
Number
LA&SL 4405 Oct 1926 Jan 1941
LA&SL 1565 Jan 1941 Mar 1944
LA&SL 121 Mar 1941 Jul 1952
UP (LA&SL) 110 Jul 1952 1987

General Notes:

a.

Built as LA&SL Observation 4405; to LA&SL Cafe Observation 1565 in January 1941; to LA&SL Business Car 121 in March 1944; to LA&SL Business Car 110 in July 1952; lettered briefly during 1985 as "City of Salt Lake" (see photo of UP 110, "City of Salt Lake" in Union Pacific Business Cars, 1870-1991, by Ralph L. Barger, page 98)

 

UP (LA&SL) 110 was sold to Mexico in 1987 as Servicio de Coches Dormitorios (SCD) 3592 "Monte Alban"; to TFM business car 400 "Monte Alban" in 1997; to Kansas City Southern de Mexico (KCSM) in 2005; as of December 2009 the car was in the former KCS New Orleans enginehouse being rebuilt and upgraded; moved to KCS Shreveport car shops and finished as KCSM business car 1810 "Ciudad de Mexico", completed during October 2010, based in Monterery, Nuevo Laredo, Mexico.

(View a photo of SCD 3592 in May 2007)

(View photos of KSCM 1810 in October 2010)

b. UP diagram sheet P-7-7 (12/10/1946), Rev. C (3/2/1959), Rev. D (10/18/1965)
c. UP diagram sheet P-7-10 (5/1/1970), Rev. A (1/31/1973) (as UP 110)
d. Source: Union Pacific Business Cars, 1870-1991, by Ralph L. Barger (Greenberg, 1992), pages 96-98
e. Source (UP 110 as SCD 3592): MexList message no. 981, dated December 5, 1999, and message 13244, dated January 23, 2009.

 

Business Car -- 1 car
Pullman, 1926 (UP, 1943)
Heavyweight (later Streamlined Heavyweight)

Car
Number
Previous
Number
Date
Retired
Notes and Disposition
UP (LA&SL) 111 LA&SL 120 (1st) Nov 1986 Sold to Mexico in 1987

Description:

Length, Over Buffers: 83'-0"
Length, Over Coupler Pulling Faces: 82'-5"
Length, Over End Sills: 76'-5"
Length, Inside:
Truck Centers: 57'-10"
Truck Style: 6 wheel (11'-0" wheelbase)

Car History

Car
Number
Date To
Number
Date From
Number
LA&SL 4407 Oct 1926 Oct 1942
LA&SL 1567 Oct 1942 Sep 1943
LA&SL 120 (1st) Sep 1943 Jan 1952
UP (LA&SL) 111 Jan 1952 Nov 1986

General Notes:

a. Built as LA&SL Observation 4407; to LA&SL Cafe Observation 1567 in October 1942; to LA&SL Business Car 120 (1st) in September 1943; to LA&SL Business Car 111 in January 1952; streamlined roof added and 6 wheel trucks changed to 4 wheel trucks in 1968
  UP (LA&SL) 111 was sold to Mexico in 1987 as Servicio de Coches Dormitorios (SCD) 3593 "Agualeguas"; reported in May 1999 as being for sale
b. Original UP Specification 320
c. Air conditioning added by Pullman-Standard in 1935
d. Floor Plan (after remodeling to Business Car): 237-CB-23563
e. Remodeled in 1968 to include a streamlined roof
f. Remodeled in 1971
g. UP diagram sheet P-7-10 (12/10/1946) (as Business Car 120), Rev. A (12/20/1957) (as Business Car 111), Rev. B (7/7/1961), Rev. C (12/1/1964)
h. UP diagram sheet P-7-11 (5/1/1970), Rev. A (2/2/1973) (as Business Car 111)
i. Source: Union Pacific Business Cars, 1870-1991, by Ralph L. Barger (Greenberg, 1992), pages 89-95

 

Business Car -- 1 car
Pullman, 1926 (UP, 1944)
Standard Heavyweight (Clerestory Roof)

Car
Number
Previous
Number
Date
Retired
Notes and Disposition
UP (LA&SL) 112 LA&SL 122 Nov 1986 Sold to Mexico in 1987

Description:

Length, Over Buffers: 82'-5" (as UP 112)
Length, Over Coupler Pulling Faces: 82'-6" (as UP 112)
Length, Over End Sills: 76'-5" (as UP 112)
Length, Inside:
Truck Centers: 57'-10"
Truck Style: 6 wheel (11'-0" wheelbase)

Car History

Car
Number
Date To
Number
Date From
Number
LA&SL 4406 Oct 1926 Jan 1941
LA&SL 1566 Jan 1941 Feb 1944
LA&SL 122 Feb 1944 Jan 1952
UP (LA&SL) 112 Jan 1952 Nov 1986

General Notes:

a. Built as LA&SL Observation 4406; to LA&SL Cafe Observation 1566 in January 1941; to LA&SL Business Car 122 in February 1944; to LA&SL Business Car 112 in January 1952; retired in 1986 and sold to Mexico in 1987.
b. Remodeled with streamlined roof and 4 wheel trucks in 1968.
c. Remodeled in 1972.
d. Floor Plan (after remodeling) 235-CB-37650. (1968 remodeling?).
e. UP diagram sheet P-7-7 (12/10/1946), Rev. C (3/2/1959), Rev. D (10/18/1965).
f. UP diagram sheet P-7-12 (5/1/1970), Rev. A (2/5/1973) (as UP 112).
  Source: Union Pacific Business Cars, 1870-1991, by Ralph L. Barger (Greenberg, 1992), pages-99-101.

 

Business Car -- 1 car
Pullman, 1914 (UP, 1931)
Arch Roof Heavyweight

UP 113 (1st); see UP 122 (2nd)

Car History

Car
Number
Date To
Number
Date From
Number
UP 740 Dec 1914 Feb 1916
UP 1209 Feb 1916 Jan 1931
UP 117 Jan 1931 Jul 1952
UP 113 (1st) Jul 1952 Apr 1957
UP 122 (2nd) Apr 1957 Jun 1970

 

Business Car -- 1 car
AC&F, 1919 (Hotchkiss Blue, 1919)
Standard Heavyweight (Clerestory Roof)

Car
Number
Previous
Number
Date
Retired
Notes and Disposition
UP 113 (2nd) UP 105 (2nd) 1970 Sold to a Houston Allred (Wichita Falls, Texas) in 1971; used as a cottage in Woody Creek, Colorado.

Description:

Length, Over Buffers: 82'-5"
Length, Over Coupler Pulling Faces: (not shown)
Length, Over End Sills: 73'-5"
Length, Inside:
Truck Centers: 56'-11"
Truck Style: 6 wheel (10'-10" wheelbase)

Car History

Car
Number
Date To
Number
Date From
Number
"Anoakia" 1919 Jan 1942
UP 119 (1st) Jan 1942 Nov 1951
UP 105 (2nd) Nov 1951 Apr 1957
UP 113 (2nd) Apr 1957 Jun 1970

General Notes:

a. Built for Bureau of Mines in 1919, not delivered; remodeled in 1919 by Hotchkiss Blue Co., to private car "Anoakia" for Anita M. Baldwin; purchased by UP from her estate in January 1942 after being stored for eight years; to Business Car 119 (1st) in 1942; to Business Car 105 (2nd) in November 1951; to Business Car 113 (2nd) in April 1957; retired in June 1970; sold to a Houston Allred (Wichita Falls, Texas) in March 1971; used as a cottage in Woody Creek, Colorado.
b. Anita M. Baldwin was the daughter of Southern California real estate developer E. J. "Lucky" Baldwin, the owner of the 8,000 acre Rancho Santa Anita, one of the original land grants in Los Angeles, on which all lands on which today's cities of Sierra Madre, Arcadia, Monrovia, El Monte, Baldwin Park are located, along with the famous Santa Anita Racetrack (originally known as the Los Angeles Turf Club). After her father's death in 1909, Anita Baldwin became one of the richest women in California, establishing the Anoakia Stock and Breeding Farm in Arcadia. Large portions of the original Rancho Santa Anita were sold throughout the 1930s, with portions becoming the Los Angels County Fairgrounds. Anita Baldwin sold the remaining 1300 acres of Rancho Santa Anita to Los Angeles Times publisher Harry Chandler in 1936. She died in 1939.
c. Floor Plan: 237-CB-23023
d. UP diagram sheet P-7-15 (6/29/1942) (no revision)
e. UP diagram sheet P-7-11 (6/29/1942), Rev. B (12/20/1957)
f. Source: Union Pacific Business Cars, 1870-1991, by Ralph L. Barger (Greenberg, 1992), page 87.

 

Business Car -- 1 car
Pullman, 1914 (UP, 1931)
Arch Roof Heavyweight

UP 114 (2nd); see UP 120 (3rd)

Car History

Car
Number
Date To
Number
Date From
Number
UP 741 Dec 1916 Apr 1916
UP 1210 Apr 1916 Jan 1938
UP 118 Jan 1938 Dec 1951
UP 114 (2nd) Dec 1951 Apr 1957
UP 120 (3rd) Apr 1957 Jun 1970

 

Business Car -- 1 car
Pullman-Standard, 1956 (UP, 1964)
Lightweight

Car
Number
Previous
Number
UPP 114 "Feather River" UP 114 (3rd)

Description:

Length, Over Buffers: (not shown)
Length, Over Coupler Pulling Faces: 85'-0"
Length, Over End Sills: 79'-2"
Length, Inside:
Truck Centers: 59'-6"
Truck Style: 4 wheel (9'-0" wheelbase)

Car History

Car
Number
Date To
Number
Date From
Number
UP "Boise" Mar 1956 (new) May 1964
UP 103 (4th) May 1964 May 1965
UP 114 (3rd) May 1965 Nov 1983
UP 114 "Feather River" Nov 1983 1989
UPP 114 "Feather River" 1989  

General Notes:

a. Built as "City" series Sleeper Lounge "Boise", with 5 bedrooms and redwood-paneled lounge area; remodeled to Business Car 103 (4th) in May 1964; to Business Car 114 (3rd) in May 1965; remodeled in 1972; to Business Car "Feather River" in November 1983; to UPP 114 "Feather River" in 1989.
b. Named "Feather River" to commemorate the river and canyon in northern California along which Western Pacific built its route in 1905. Western Pacific was known as the Feather River Route, and the Feather River name was also used by Western Pacific for its president's business car.
c. As of April 13, 1984, Feather River was assigned to R. G. "Mike" Flannery, Union Pacific and Missouri Pacific president after January 3, 1983. (The Mixed Train, September 1984, page 13)
d. Floor Plan (after 1964 remodeling): 235-CB-35953
e. Floor Plan (after 1972 remodeling): 235-CB-37685
f. UP diagram sheet P-7-15 (5/12/1964), Rev. A 12/3/1964 (as UP 103, 4th) (Barger, p. 76)
g. UP diagram sheet P-7-14 (5/12/1-64), Rev. C (7/26/1966), Rev. E (1/10/1973) (as UP 114, 3rd) (Barger, p. 77)
h. Source: Union Pacific Business Cars, 1870-1991, by Ralph L. Barger (Greenberg, 1992), pages 76-79

 

Business Car -- 1 car
Pullman, 1913
Standard Heavyweight (Clerestory Roof)

LA&SL 115; see UP (LA&SL) 120 (2nd)

Car History

Car
Number
Date To
Number
Date From
Number
McCloud 100 1913 Nov 1921
UP 115 (1st) Nov 1921 Sep 1924
LA&SL 115 Sep 1924 Mar 1925
LA&SL 144 Mar 1925 Jan 1952
UP (LA&SL) 120 (2nd) Jan 1952 Jul 1956

 

Business Car -- 1 car
Pullman, 1913
Standard Heavyweight (Clerestory Roof)

UP 115 (1st); see UP (LA&SL) 120 (2nd)

Car History

Car
Number
Date To
Number
Date From
Number
McCloud 100 1913 Nov 1921
UP 115 (1st) Nov 1921 Sep 1924
LA&SL 115 Sep 1924 Mar 1925
LA&SL 144 Mar 1925 Jan 1952
UP (LA&SL) 120 (2nd) Jan 1952 Jul 1956

 

Business Car -- 1 car
Pullman, 1912 (UP, 1923)
Arch Roof Heavyweight

UP 115 (2nd); see UP 108 (2nd)

Car History

Car
Number
Date To
Number
Date From
Number
OWRR&N 499 Dec 1912 Feb 1916
OWRR&N 1592 Feb 1916 Mar 1923
OWRR&N 185 Mar 1923 Jun 1926
UP 103 (2nd) Sep 1926 Feb 1952
UP 115 (2nd) Feb 1952 Mar 1961
UP 108 (2nd) Mar 1961 Nov 1986

 

Business Car -- 1 car
Pullman, 1912 (UP, 1923)
Arch Roof Heavyweight

UP 115 (3rd); see UPP 115 "Selma"

Car History

Car
Number
Date To
Number
Date From
Number
UP 101 "Overland" May 1912 (new) Jun 1952
UP 103 (3rd) Jun 1952 Apr 1964
UP 109 (2nd) Apr 1964 Aug 1971
WP "Feather River" Aug 1971 1985
MP 3 "Kansas City" 1985 1985
UP 115 (3rd) 1985 Aug 1987
UP 115 "Selma" 1987 1989
UPP 115 "Selma" 1989  

 

Business Car -- 1 car
Pullman, 1912 (UP, 1937)
Streamlined Heavyweight

Car
Number
Previous
Number
Notes and Disposition
UPP 115 "Selma" MP 3 From Missouri Pacific Business Car 3 in 1985, named "Selma" in August 1987; to UPP 115 in (?)

Description:

Length, Over Buffers: 82'-7"
Length, Over Coupler Pulling Faces: (not shown)
Length, Over End Sills: 73'-6"
Length, Inside: 59'-6"
Truck Centers: 57'-6"
Truck Style: 6 wheel (11'-0" wheelbase)

Car History

Car
Number
Date To
Number
Date From
Number
UP 101 "Overland" May 1912 (new) Jun 1952
UP 103 (3rd) Jun 1952 Apr 1964
UP 109 (2nd) Apr 1964 Aug 1971
WP "Feather River" Aug 1971 1985
MP 3 "Kansas City" 1985 1985
UP 115 (3rd) 1985 Aug 1987
UP 115 "Selma" 1987 1989
UPP 115 "Selma" 1989  

General Notes:

a. Built as UP Officer's Car 101, "Overland"; name removed in July 1926; to Business Car 103 (3rd) in June 1952; to Business Car 109 (2nd) in April 1964; remodeled in 1969; stored from July 1970 until sold to Western Pacific Business Car "Feather River" in August 1971; to UP by merger in 1983; to Missouri Pacific Business Car 3 "Kansas City" in 1985; to UP Business Car 115 (3rd) in 1985, named "Selma" in August 1987; to UPP 115 in (?).
b. Remodeled to Streamlined Heavyweight by UP in 1937
c. Floor Plan (after 1937 remodeling): 235-CB-22191
d. Air conditioning (Waukasha-Carrier) added by UP at Omaha in 1937
e. Equipped with axle generator
f. Photo: UP 101 in two-tone gray paint, at Omaha, in 1946, in The Streamliner, Volume 4, Number 1, January 1988, page 6.
g. UP diagram sheet P-7-3 (10/27/1941) (no revision) (as UP 101, 1st)
h. UP diagram sheet P-7-5 (10/27/1941), Rev. C (3/2/1959), Rev. F (8/15/1967)
i. Source: Union Pacific Business Cars, 1870-1991, by Ralph L. Barger (Greenberg, 1992), pages 66-69

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