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Numbered Streamliner Lightweight Cars

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The following lightweight cars were part of the original Streamliner trainsets on Union Pacific.

Notes:

  1. Numbers were applied to all early Streamliner cars not owned by Pullman.
  2. 'CD' numbers were given to cars assigned to City of Denver service (COD) (jointly owned by UP and C&NW until 1948)
  3. 'CP' numbers were given to cars assigned to City of Portland service (COP) (jointly owned by UP and C&NW until 1948)
  4. 'LA' numbers were given to cars assigned to City of Los Angeles service (COLA) (jointly owned by UP and C&NW until 1948)
  5. 'SF' numbers were given to cars assigned to City of San Francisco service (COSF) (jointly owned by UP, SP and C&NW until 1948)

CD-Series Cars

City of Denver Timeline

 

Baggage Auxiliary Power -- 1 car
Pullman-Standard, 1936
Lightweight

CD-10; see CP-102

Car History

Car
Number
Date To
Number
Date From
Number
11700 Jun 1936 (new) Jun 1937
CD-10 Jun 1937 Aug 1938 (remodeled)
LA-102 Aug 1938 (remodeled) Sep 1941
CP-102 Sep 1941 Jun 1952

 

Baggage Auxiliary Power -- 1 car
Pullman-Standard, 1936
Lightweight

Car
Number
Previous
Number
Date
Built
Notes
CD-11 11702 Jun 1936 1

Description:

Length, Over Coupler Pulling Faces: 78'-0"
Length, Over End Sills: 75'-10"
Truck Centers: 56'-3"
Truck Style: 4 wheel (8'-0" wheelbase)

Car History

Car
Number
Date To
Number
Date From
Number
11702 Jun 1936 (new) Jun 1937
CD-11 Jun 1937 Mar 1953

General Notes:

a. Pullman Lot 6485
b. Pullman Plan 7371A
c. Pullman Floor Plan 79-F-67 (as built)
d. UP Floor Plan 374-ST-192, after 1937 remodel; 234-ST-1381, after 1939 remodel; 237-ST-473, after 1948 remodel
e. Photos and plans in The Official Pullman-Standard Library, Volume 13, pages 86, 88, 89
f. UP folio diagram sheet S-47 (12-1-39); Rev. A (2-1-43)
g. UP folio diagram sheet P-1-18 (12-1-39): Rev. A (2-1-43); Rev. B (12-6-46)
h. UP folio diagram sheet P-1-18 (9-1-49) (no revision)
i. UP Equipment Record: r3-1071 (CD-5 to CD-43); r3-1118 (11700-11705);

Notes:

1. Built in June 1936 as 11702 as part of the 6th Train (COD); renumbered to CD-11 in June 1937; retired by UP in March 1953; sold for scrap to Aaron Ferer and Sons, Omaha, Nebraska.

 

Baggage Auxiliary Power -- 1 car
Pullman-Standard, 1936 (Pullman-Standard, 1937)
Lightweight

Car
Number
Previous
Number
Date
Built
Notes
CD-12 11705 Aug 1936 1

Description:

Length, Over Coupler Pulling Faces: 78'-0"
Length, Over End Sills: 75'-10"
Truck Centers: 56'-3"
Truck Style: 4 wheel (8'-0" wheelbase)

Car History

Car
Number
Date To
Number
Date From
Number
11705 Aug 1936 (new) Jun 1937
CD-12 Jul 1937 Mar 1953

General Notes:

a. Pullman Lot 6485
b. Pullman Plan 7371 (Baggage); remodeled to Plan 7371A (Baggage Auxiliary Power) in June 1937
c. Pullman Floor Plan 76-F-11
d. UP Floor Plan 237-ST-2527-A (drawing 374-ST-114); after 1937 remodel
e. UP Floor Plan 237-ST-2527-C, after 1948 remodel to replace two Winton Model 233 auxiliary engines with a single Winton Model 201A auxiliary engine
f. Plans in The Official Pullman-Standard Library, Volume 13, page 85 (as Baggage)
g. UP folio diagram sheet S-54 (12-1-39) Rev A (2-1-43); Rev B (12-6-46)
h. UP folio diagram sheet P-1-19 (9-1-49) (no revision)
i. UP Equipment Record: r3-1071 (CD-5 to CD-43); r3-1118 (11700-11705);

Notes:

1. Built as Baggage 11705 in August 1936 as part of the 5th Train; remodeled to Baggage Auxiliary Power and renumbered to CD-12 in July 1937; assigned in August 1939 to the City of San Francisco replacement train following the wreck at Harney, Nevada; returned to City of Denver service in 1941; retired by UP in March 1953; sold for scrap to Aaron Ferer and Sons, Omaha, Nebraska.

 

Baggage Auxiliary Power -- 1 car
Pullman-Standard, 1936 (UP, 1939)
Lightweight

Car
Number
First
Number
Second
Number
Date
Built
Notes
CD-13 11704 CD-20 Aug 1936 1

Description:

Length, Over Coupler Pulling Faces: 78'-0"
Length, Over End Sills: 75'-10"
Truck Centers: 56'-3"
Truck Style: 4 wheel (8'-0" wheelbase)

Car History

Car
Number
Date To
Number
Date From
Number
11704 Aug 1936 (new) Jul 1937
CD-20 Jul 1937 May 1939 (remodeled)
CD-13 May 1939 (remodeled) Mar 1953

General Notes:

a. Pullman Lot 6485
b. Pullman Plan 7371
c. Pullman Floor Plan 76-F-11
d. UP Floor Plan 234-ST-1320, after 1939 remodel
e. Plans in The Official Pullman-Standard Library, Volume 13, pages 86-89
f. UP folio diagram sheet S-35 (12-1-39); Rev. A (2-21-43) (as CD-13)
g. UP folio diagram sheet P-1-20 (12-1-39); Rev. A (2-1-43); Rev. B (12-6-46) (as CD-13)
h. UP Equipment Record: r3-1071 (CD-5 to CD-43); r3-1118 (11700-11705);

Notes:

1. Built as Baggage 11704 in August 1936 for City of Denver service; renumbered to Baggage CD-20 in July 1937; remodeled to Baggage Auxiliary Power and renumbered to CD-13 in May 1939; retired by UP in March 1953; sold for scrap to Aaron Ferer and Sons, Omaha, Nebraska.

 

Baggage -- 1 car
Pullman-Standard, 1936
Lightweight

CD-20; see CD-13

Car History

Car
Number
Date To
Number
Date From
Number
11704 Aug 1936 (new) Jul 1937
CD-20 Jul 1937 May 1939 (remodeled)
CD-13 May 1939 (remodeled) Mar 1953

 

Baggage Mail -- 2 cars
Pullman-Standard, 1936
Lightweight

Car
Number
Previous
Number
Date
Built
Notes
CD-30 12203 Jun 1936 1
CD-31 12204 Jun 1936 2

Description:

Length, Over Coupler Pulling Faces: 78'-0"
Length, Over End Sills: 75'-10"
Truck Centers: 56'-3"
Truck Style: 4 wheel (8'-0" wheelbase)

Car History

Car
Number
Date To
Number
Date From
Number
12203, 12204 Jun 1936 (new) Jun 1937
CD-30, CD-31 Jun 1937 Mar 1953

General Notes:

a. Pullman Lot 6485
b. Pullman Plan 7370
c. Pullman Floor Plan 76-F-15
d. Baggage Compartment: 14'-2" inside length, with one 4'-10" baggage door on each side.
e. Mail Compartment: 60'-2" inside length, with two 2'-10" doors on each side.
f. Photos and plans in The Official Pullman-Standard Library, Volume 13, pages 90-93
g. UP folio diagram sheet S-36 (12-1-39); Rev. A (2-1-43) (changed to P-2-16)
h. UP folio diagram sheet P-2-16 (12-1-39); Rev. A (2-1-43); Rev. B (12-6-46)
i. UP Equipment Record: r3-1071 (CD-5 to CD-43); r3-1119 (12200-12204);

Notes:

1. Built as 12203 as part of the 5th Train (COD); renumbered to CD-30 in June 1937; retired by UP in March 1953; sold for scrap to Aaron Ferer and Sons, Omaha, Nebraska.
2. Built as 12204 as part of the 6th Train (COD); renumbered to CD-31 in June 1937; retired by UP in March 1953; sold for scrap to Aaron Ferer and Sons, Omaha, Nebraska.

 

Coach, Men's Room (Articulated) -- 2 cars
Pullman-Standard, 1936
Lightweight

Car
Number
Previous
Number
Date
Built
Notes
CD-40
w/ CD-41
10407 Jun 1936 1
CD-42
w/ CD-43
10409 Jun 1936 2

Description:

Length, Over Coupler Pulling Faces: 69'-6" (front coupler to center of rear articulation)
Length, Over End Sills: 67'-6"
Truck Centers: 58'-8"
Truck Style: one 4-wheel (8'-0" wheelbase) and one shared 4-wheel (8'-0" wheelbase)

Car History

Car
Number
Date To
Number
Date From
Number
10407, 10409 Jun 1936 (new) Jun 1937
CD-40, CD-42 Jun 1937 Mar 1953

General Notes:

a. Pullman Lot 6485
b. Pullman Plan 7372
c. Pullman Floor Plan 75-F-89
d. Photos and plans in The Official Pullman-Standard Library, Volume 13, pages 99-103
e. UP folio diagram sheet S-38 (12-1-39); Rev. A (2-1-43); Rev. B (10-10-44) (as CD-40 and CD-42)
f. UP folio diagram sheet P-3-1 (12-1-39); Rev. A (2-1-43); Rev. B (12-6-46) (as CD-40 and CD-42)
i. UP Equipment Record: r3-1071 (CD-5 to CD-43); r3-1117 (10400-10410)

Notes:

1. Built as 10407 in June 1936 as part of the 5th Train (COD); renumbered to CD-40 in June 1937; retired by UP in March 1953; sold for scrap to Aaron Ferer and Sons, Omaha, Nebraska.
2. Built as 10409 in June 1936 as part of the 6th Train (COD); renumbered to CD-42 in June 1937; retired by UP in March 1953; sold for scrap to Aaron Ferer and Sons, Omaha, Nebraska.

 

Coach, Women's Room (Articulated) -- 2 cars
Pullman-Standard, 1936
Lightweight

Car
Number
Previous
Number
Date
Built
Notes
CD-41
w/ CD-40
10408 Jun 1936 1
CD-43
w/ CD-42
10410 Jun 1936 2

Description:

Length, Over Coupler Pulling Faces: 69'-6" (front coupler to center or rear articulation)
Length, Over End Sills: 67'-6"
Truck Centers: 58'-8"
Truck Style: one 4-wheel (8'-0" wheelbase) and one shared 4-wheel (8'-0" wheelbase)

Car History

Car
Number
Date To
Number
Date From
Number
10408, 10410 Jun 1936 (new) Jun 1937
CD-40, CD-42 Jun 1937 Mar 1953

General Notes:

a. Pullman Lot 6485
b. Pullman Plan 7373
c. Pullman Floor Plan 76-F-23
d. Photos and plans in The Official Pullman-Standard Library, Volume 13, pages 104, 105
e. UP folio diagram sheet S-39 (12-1-39); Rev. A (2-1-43); Rev. B (10-8-44) (as CD-41 and CD-43)
g. UP folio diagram sheet P-3-2 (12-1-39); Rev. A (2-1-43); Rev. B (12-6-46) (as CD-41 and CD-43)
i. UP Equipment Record: r3-1071 (CD-5 to CD-43); r3-1117 (10400-10410)

Notes:

1. Built as 10408 in June 1936 as part of the 5th Train (COD); renumbered to CD-41 in June 1937; retired by UP in March 1953; sold for scrap to Aaron Ferer and Sons, Omaha, Nebraska.
2. Built as 10410 in June 1936 as part of the 6th Train (COD); renumbered to CD-43 in June 1937; retired by UP in March 1953; sold for scrap to Aaron Ferer and Sons, Omaha, Nebraska.

 

Diner Lounge -- 2 cars
Pullman-Standard, 1936
Lightweight

Diner -- 2 cars
Pullman-Standard, 1936 (UP, 1942-1943)
Lightweight

Car
Number
Previous
Number
Date
Built
Notes
CD-60 10304 Jun 1936 1
CD-61 10303 Jun 1936 2

Description:

Length, Over Coupler Pulling Faces: 78'-0"
Length, Over End Sills: 75'-10"
Truck Centers: 56'-3"
Truck Style: 4 wheel (8'-0" wheelbase)

Car History

Car
Number
Date To
Number
Date From
Number
10304 Jun 1936 (new) Jun 1937
CD-60 Jun 1937 Mar 1953

Car History

Car
Number
Date To
Number
Date From
Number
10303 Jun 1936 (new) Jul 1937
CD-61 Jul 1937 Mar 1953

General Notes:

a. Built as Diner (24-seats) Lounge (12-seats); remodeled to full 40-seat Diner in 1942-1943
b. Pullman Lot 6485
c. Pullman Plan 7374
d. Pullman Floor Plan 76-F-14
e. UP Floor Plan 237-ST-1930, after 1942-1943 remodel
f. Photos and plans in The Official Pullman-Standard Library, Volume 13, pages 107-111
g. UP folio diagram sheet S-40 (12-1-39); Rev. A (2-6-43)
h. UP folio diagram sheet P-4-1 (12-1-39); Rev. A (2-6-43); Rev. B (12-6-46)
i. UP Equipment Record: r3-1072 (CD-60 to CD-71); r3-1116 (10300-10304)

Notes:

1. Built as 10304 in June 1936 as part of the 6th Train (COD); renumbered to CD-60 in June 1937; remodeled to 40-seat Diner in February 1943; retired by UP in March 1953; sold for scrap to Aaron Ferer and Sons, Omaha, Nebraska.
2. Built as 10303 in June 1936 as part of the 5th Train (COD); renumbered to CD-61 in July 1937; remodeled to 40-seat Diner in December 1942; retired by UP in March 1953; sold for scrap to Aaron Ferer and Sons, Omaha, Nebraska.

 

Baggage Tap Room -- 2 cars
Pullman-Standard, 1936
Lightweight

Dormitory Club -- 2 cars
Pullman-Standard, 1936 (UP, 1944-1945)
Lightweight

Car
Number
Previous
Number
Date
Built
Notes
CD-70 11701 Jun 1936 1
CD-71 11703 Jun 1936 1

Description:

Length, Over Coupler Pulling Faces: 78'-0"
Length, Over End Sills: 75'-10"
Truck Centers: 56'-3"
Truck Style: 4 wheel (8'-0" wheelbase)

Car History

Car
Number
Date To
Number
Date From
Number
11701 Jun 1936 (new) Jun 1937
CD-70 Jun 1937 Mar 1953

Car History

Car
Number
Date To
Number
Date From
Number
11703 Jun 1936 (new) Jun 1937
CD-71 Jun 1937 Mar 1953

General Notes:

a. Built as Baggage Tap Room (32-seats, no windows); remodeled to Dormitory Club in 1944-1945
b. Pullman Lot 6485
c. Pullman Plan 7371B
d. Pullman Floor Plan 79-F-70
e. UP Floor Plan 237-ST-3505, after 1944 remodel
f. The "Tap Room" space was finished as a "Frontier Shack" with western-theme wooden walls and decorations.
g. Photos and plans in The Official Pullman-Standard Library, Volume 13, pages 94-98
h. Photos of "Frontier Shack" Tap Room in Union Pacific Streamliners, page 137
i. Photo of remodeled Club space in Union Pacific Streamliners, page 143
j. UP folio diagram sheet S-37 (12-1-39); Rev. A (2-1-43) (showing original Tap Room space, with the Baggage space converted to five 3-tier open bunk Dormitory space, without windows); Rev. B (10-1-44) (showing baggage doors removed and exterior windows added, Tap Room remodeled to 29-seat Club section and 4-compartment, 15-bed Dormitory space with hallway)
k. UP folio diagram sheet P-5-1 (12-1-39); (Rev. A not shown); Rev. B (12-6-46)
l. UP Equipment Record: r3-1072 (CD-60 to CD-71); r3-1118 (11700-11705)

Notes:

1. Built as 11701 in June 1936 as part of the 5th Train (COD); renumbered to CD-70 in June 1937; remodeled to Dormitory Club in December 1944; retired by UP in March 1953; sold for scrap to Aaron Ferer and Sons, Omaha, Nebraska.
2. Built as 11703 in June 1936 as part of the 6th Train (COD); renumbered to CD-71 in June 1937; remodeled to Dormitory Club in January 1945; retired by UP in March 1953; sold for scrap to Aaron Ferer and Sons, Omaha, Nebraska.

 

CP-Series Cars

City of Portland timeline

Auxiliary Baggage Dormitory -- 1 car (Joint UP-C&NW owned; to C&NW)
Pullman-Standard, 1937
Lightweight

Baggage Dormitory -- 1 car (Joint UP-C&NW owned; to C&NW)
Pullman-Standard, 1937 (UP, 1947)
Lightweight

Car
Number
Previous
Number
Date
Built
Notes
CP-101 LA-101 Dec 1937 1

Description:

Length, Over Coupler Pulling Faces: 84'-6"
Length, Over End Sills: 82'-4"
Truck Centers: 59'-6"
Truck Style: 6 wheel (11'-10" wheelbase)

Car History

Car
Number
Date To
Number
Date From
Number
LA-101 Dec 1937 (new) Jun 1947 (remodeled)
CP-101 Jun 1947 (remodeled) Dec 1948
C&NW 9303 Dec 1948 Mar 1958

General Notes:

a. Baggage Auxiliary Dormitory (remodeled to Baggage Dormitory in June 1947) (same as SF-101)
b. Equipped with two Winton 8-201A 450HP diesel engines; removed in June 1947
c. Pullman Lot: 6524
d. Pullman Plan 7393
e. Pullman Floor Plan 76-B-14
f. UP Floor Plan 237-ST-800 (Plan 237-ST-4570 after 1947 remodel)
g. Photos in Union Pacific Streamliners, pages 193-195
h. Photos and plans in The Official Pullman-Standard Library, Volume 13, pages 133-137
i. UP folio diagram sheet S-56 (12-1-39) (no revision) (as LA-101)
j. UP folio diagram sheet P-1-23 (9-1-49) (no revision) (as CP-101)
k. UP Equipment Record: r3-1068 (CP-101 to CP-612); r3-1069 (LA-1 to LA-703)

Notes:

1. Built in December 1937 as LA-101 as part of the 7th Train (COLA); remodeled in June 1947 by removal of auxiliary diesel engines, renumbered to CP-101; changed to City of Portland service; to C&NW ownership on December 1, 1948 when the UP-C&NW-SP joint ownership ended, remained in COP service; renumbered to C&NW 9303; C&NW operation of Chicago-Omaha "City" trains ended in October 1955, and car removed from COP service; retired by C&NW on March 14, 1958.

 

Baggage Auxiliary Power -- 1 car (part of the fully articulated 4th Train)
Pullman-Standard, 1936
Lightweight

Auxiliary Power Baggage Dormitory -- 1 car (part of the fully articulated 4th Train)
Pullman-Standard, 1936 (Pullman-Standard, 1938)
Lightweight

4th Train Timeline

Car
Number
First
Number
Second
Number
Third
Number
Date
Built
Notes
CP-102 11700 CD-10 LA-102 Jun 1936 1

Description:

Length, Over Coupler Pulling Faces: 78'-0"
Length, Over End Sills: 75'-10"
Truck Centers: 56'-3"
Truck Style: 4 wheel (8'-0" wheelbase)

Car History

Car
Number
Date To
Number
Date From
Number
11700 Jun 1936 (new) Jun 1937
CD-10 Jun 1937 Aug 1938 (remodeled)
LA-102 Aug 1938 (remodeled) Sep 1941
CP-102 Sep 1941 Jun 1952

General Notes:

a. Pullman Lot 6485
b. Pullman Plan 7371A
c. Pullman Floor Plan 79-F-67
d. Remodeled in 1938 (Floor Plan 235-ST-287)
e. Photos and plans in The Official Pullman-Standard Library, Volume 13, pages 86, 88, 89
f. UP folio diagram sheet S-21 (12-1-39); Rev. A (2-1-43) (as CP-102)
g. UP folio diagram sheet P-1-22 (12-1-1939); Rev. A (2-1-43); Rev. B (12-6-46) (as CP-102)
h. UP Equipment Record: r3-1068 (CP-101 to CP-612); r3-1069 (LA-1 to LA-703); r3-1071 (CD-5 to CD-43); r3-1118 (11700-11705);

Notes:

1. Built in June 1936 as 11700 as part of the 5th Train (COD); renumbered to CD-10 in June 1937; remodeled In August 1938 to Baggage Auxiliary Power Dormitory, changed to 4th Train (COLA); renumbered to LA-102 (replaced in City of Denver service by CD-13); entire 4th Train changed to City of Portland service and car renumbered to CP-102 in September 1941; 4th Train removed from service in early 1948; retired by UP in June 1952; sold for scrap to Aaron Ferer and Sons, Omaha, Nebraska.

 

Baggage Dormitory -- 1 car
Pullman-Standard, 1941 (UP, 1947)
Lightweight

CP-103; see UP 6009

Car History

Car
Number
Date To
Number
Date From
Number
LA-103 Jul 1941 (new) Jun 1947
CP-103 Jun 1947 Mar 1956
UP 6009 Mar 1956 Sep 1970

 

Chair (40 seats) (Articulated) -- 1 car (part of the fully articulated 4th Train)
Pullman-Standard, 1936
Lightweight

4th Train Timeline

Car
Number
First
Number
Previous
Number
Date
Built
Notes
CP-403 10406 LA-403 May 1936 1

Description:

Length, Over Coupler Pulling Faces: 69'-5" (front coupler to center of rear articulation) (after 1938 remodel)
Length, Over End Sills: 67'-4" (after 1938 remodel)
Truck Centers: 58'-5"
Truck Style: one 4 wheel (8'-0" wheelbase) and one shared 4 wheel (8'-0" wheelbase)

Car History

Car
Number
Date To
Number
Date From
Number
10406 May 1936 (new) Aug 1938 (remodeled)
LA-403 Aug 1938 (remodeled) Aug 1941
CP-403 Aug 1941 Oct 1950

General Notes:

a. Built in 1936 as Coach Buffet, with round-end (as 10406, the 11th car of 11-car 4th Train)
b. Remodeled in 1938 from round-end, end-of-train Coach Buffet, 71'-0" over end sills, to mid-train Coach, 67'-4" over end sills (as LA-403, the 2nd car of the revised 4th Train).
c. Pullman Lot 6433
d. Pullman Plan 7344C (as 14006, before 1938 remodel)
e. Pullman Floor Plan 74-B-35 (as 10406, before 1938 remodel)
f. UP Floor Plan 237-ST-288, after 1938 remodel (as LA-403)
g. Photos and plan in The Official Pullman-Standard Library, Volume 13, page 40 (as 10406, before 1938 remodel)
h. UP folio diagram sheet S-22 (12-1-39); Rev. A (2-1-43) (as CP-403)
i. UP folio diagram sheet P-3-6 (12-1-39); Rev. A (2-1-43); Rev. B (12-6-46) (as CP-403)
j. UP Equipment Record: r3-1117 (10400-10410); r3-1069 (LA-1 to LA-703); r3-1068 (CP-101 to CP-612)

Notes:

1. Built in May 1936 as 38-seat Coach Buffet 10406 as part of the 4th Train (COSF); entire 4th Train changed to City of Los Angeles service, car remodeled to 40-seat Coach and renumbered to LA-403 in August 1938; entire 4th Train changed to City of Portland service and car renumbered to CP-403 in August 1941; 4th Train removed from service in early 1948; car retired by UP in October 1950; sold for scrap to Aaron Ferer and Sons, Omaha, Nebraska.

 

Chair (48 seats) (Articulated) -- 1 car (part of the fully articulated 4th Train)
Pullman-Standard, 1936
Lightweight

4th Train Timeline

Car
Number
First
Number
Previous
Number
Date
Built
Notes
CP-404 10405 LA-404 May 1936 1

Description:

Length, Over Coupler Pulling Faces: 64-0" (front coupler to center of rear articulation)
Length, Over End Sills: 62'-2"
Truck Style: two shared 4-wheel (8'-0" wheelbase)

Car History

Car
Number
Date To
Number
Date From
Number
10405 May 1936 (new) Aug 1938
LA-404 Aug 1938 Aug 1941
CP-404 Aug 1941 Oct 1950

General Notes:

c. Pullman Lot 6433
d. Pullman Plan 7343E
e. Pullman Floor Plan 74-B-33
  UP Floor Plan 237-ST-290, after 1938 remodel
g. Photos and plan in The Official Pullman-Standard Library, Volume 13, page 39
h. UP folio diagram sheet S-23 (12-1-39); Rev. A (2-1-43)
i. UP folio diagram sheet P-3-7 (12-1-39); Rev. A (2-1-43); Rev. B (12-6-46)
j. UP Equipment Record: r3-1117 (10400-10410); r3-1069 (LA-1 to LA-703); r3-1068 (CP-101 to CP-612)

Notes:

1. Built in May 1936 as 48-seat Coach 10405 as part of the 4th Train (COSF); entire 4th Train changed to City of Los Angeles service and car renumbered to LA-404 in August 1938; entire 4th Train changed to City of Portland service and car renumbered to CP-404 in August 1941; 4th Train removed from service in early 1948; car retired by UP in October 1950; sold for scrap to Aaron Ferer and Sons, Omaha, Nebraska.

 

Coach (48 seats) (Articulated) -- 1 car (Part of the fully articulated 3rd Train)
Pullman-Standard, 1936
Lightweight

Car
Number
Previous
Number
Date
Built
Notes
CP-408 10403 May 1936 1

Description:

Length, Over Coupler Pulling Faces: 64'-0" (centerlines of articulation)
Length, Over End Sills: 62'-2"
Truck Style: two shared 4-wheel (8'-0" wheelbase)

Car History

Car
Number
Date To
Number
Date From
Number
10403 May 1936 (new) Aug 1941
CP-408 Aug 1941 Oct 1950

General Notes:

a. Coach, 48 seats
b. Pullman Lot 6433
c. Pullman Plan 7343E
d. Pullman Floor Plan 74-B-33
e. UP folio diagram sheet S-18 (12-1-39); Rev. A (2-1-43)
f. UP folio diagram sheet P-3-10 (12-1-39); Rev. B (12-6-46)
g. UP Equipment Record: r3-1117 (10400-10410); r3-1068 (CP-101 to CP-612)

Notes:

a. Built in May 1936 as 10403 as part of the 3rd Train (COLA); changed City of Portland service as part of the 4th Train and car renumbered to CP-408 in August 1941; entire 4th Train changed to City of Portland service and car renumbered to CP-408 in August 1941; 4th Train removed from service in early 1948; car retired by UP in October 1950; sold for scrap to Aaron Ferer and Sons, Omaha, Nebraska.

 

Baggage Dormitory Kitchen (Articulated) -- 1 car (Part of fully articulated 4th Train)
Pullman-Standard, 1936
Lightweight

Diner Kitchen (Articulated) -- 1 car (part of the fully articulated 4th Train)
Pullman-Standard, 1936 (Pullman-Standard, 1938)
Lightweight

4th Train Timeline

Car
Number
First
Number
Second
Number
Date
Built
Notes
CP-603 12761 LA-603 May 1936 1

Description:

Length, Over End Sills: 62'-2"
Truck Centers: 64'-0" (center of front articulation to center of rear articulation)
Truck Style: two shared 4-wheel (8'-0" wheelbase)

Car History

Car
Number
Date To
Number
Date From
Number
12761 May 1936 (new) Aug 1938 (remodeled)
LA-603 Aug 1938 (remodeled) Aug 1941
CP-603 Aug 1941 Oct 1950

General Notes (as original Baggage Dormitory Kitchen):

a. Baggage Dormitory Kitchen (19'-4" Baggage section; 22'-6" Dormitory section; 20'-4" Kitchen section) (same as 12760)
b. Pullman Lot 6433
c. Pullman Plan 7342C (as 12761)
d. Pullman Floor Plan 74-B-32 (as 12761)
e. Plans in The Official Pullman-Standard Library, Volume 13, page 34 (as 12761)
f. (No UP folio diagram sheet is known to exist for car 12761)
g. UP Equipment Record: r3-1069 (LA-1 to LA-703); r3-1068 (CP-101 to CP-612)

General Notes (as Diner, after 1938):

a. Diner (32-seats) Kitchen (34'-0" Dining section; 28'-2" Kitchen section)
f. UP folio diagram sheet S-24 (12-1-39) (as LA-603); Rev. A (2-1-43) (as CP-603)
g. UP folio diagram sheet P-4-2 (12-1-39); Rev. A (2-1-43); Rev. B (12-6-46) (as CP-603)

Notes:

1. Built in May 1936 as Baggage Dormitory Kitchen 12761 as part of the 4th Train (COSF); 4th Train changed to City of Los Angeles service, car remodeled to Diner (32 seats) Kitchen and renumbered to LA-603 in August 1938; entire 4th Train changed to City of Portland service and car renumbered to CP-603 in August 1941; 4th Train removed from service in early 1948; car retired by UP in October 1950; sold for scrap to Aaron Ferer and Sons, Omaha, Nebraska.

 

Diner Lounge (Articulated) -- 1 car (Part of fully articulated 4th Train)
Pullman-Standard, 1936
Lightweight

Diner (Articulated) -- 1 car (Part of the fully articulated 4th Train)
Pullman-Standard, 1936 (Pullamn-Standard, 1938)
Lightweight

4th Train Timeline

Car
Number
First
Number
Second
Number
Date
Built
Notes
CP-604 10302 LA-604 May 1936 1

Description:

Length, Over End Sills: 62'-2"
Truck Centers: 64'-0" (center of front articulation to center of rear articulation)
Truck Style: two shared 4-wheel (8'-0" wheelbase)

Car History

Car
Number
Date To
Number
Date From
Number
10302 May 1936 (new) Aug 1938 (remodeled)
LA-604 Aug 1938 (remodeled) Aug 1941
CP-604 Aug 1941 Oct 1950

General Notes (as original Diner Lounge):

a. Diner Lounge (32 seats in Dining section; 21 seats with card tables and desk in Lounge section) (same as 10301)
b. Pullman Lot 6433
c. Pullman Plan 7356A (as 10302)
d. Plans in The Official Pullman-Standard Library, Volume 13, page 35 (as 10302)
e. UP folio diagram sheet P-4-9 (12-1-39); Rev. A (2-1-43); Rev. B (2-29-44); Rev. C (12-6-46) (before 1938 remodel)
f. UP Equipment Record: r3-1069 (LA-1 to LA-703); r3-1068 (CP-101 to CP-612); r3-1116 (10300-10304)

General Notes (as Diner, after 1938):

a. Diner (60 seats)
b. UP Floor Plan 235-ST-296, after 1938 remodel
c. UP folio diagram sheet S-25 (12-1-39) (as LA-604); Rev. A (2-1-43) (as CP-604)
d. UP folio diagram sheet P-4-3 (12-1-39); Rev. A (2-1-43); Rev. B (12-6-46) (as CP-604)

Notes:

1. Built in May 1936 as Diner Lounge 10302 as part of the 4th Train (COSF); entire 4th Train changed to City of Los Angeles service, car remodeled to Diner (60 seats) and renumbered to LA-604 in August 1938; entire 4th Train changed to City of Portland service and car renumbered to CP-604 in August 1941; 4th Train removed from service in early 1948; car retired by UP in October 1950

 

Diner -- 1 car (Joint UP-SP-C&NW ownership; to UP)
Pullman-Standard, 1941
Lightweight

CP-607, Biltmore (2nd); see Biltmore (2nd) LA-607/CP-607

Car History

Car
Number
Date To
Number
Date From
Number
LA-607 Biltmore (2nd) Jul 1941 Apr 1947
CP-607 Biltmore (2nd) Apr 1947 Mar 1956
UP 4817 Mar 1956 Dec 1958

 

Diner -- 1 car (Joint UP-SP-C&NW ownership; to UP)
Pullman-Standard, 1941
Lightweight

CP-608, Ambasaador (2nd); see Ambassador (2nd) LA-608/CP-608

Car History

Car
Number
Date To
Number
Date From
Number
LA-608 Ambassador (2nd) Jul 1941 Apr 1947
CP-608 Ambassador (2nd) Apr 1947 Mar 1956
UP 4818 Mar 1956 Dec 1958

 

Cafe Lounge -- 1 car (Joint UP-C&NW ownership)
Pullman-Standard, 1941
Lightweight

Diner -- 1 car (Joint UP-C&NW ownership; to UP)
Pullman-Standard, 1941 (Pullman-Standard, 1947)
Lightweight

CP-611 Mission Inn; see UP 5007 (1st)

Car History

Car
Number
Date To
Number
Date From
Number
LA-611 Mission Inn Jul 1941 (new) Apr 1947 (remodeled)
CP-611 Mission Inn Apr 1947 (remodeled) Dec 1948 (UP-owned)
CP-611 Mission Inn Dec 1948 (UP-owned) April 1949 (remodeled)
LA-611 Mission Inn April 1949 (remodeled) Mar 1956
UP 5007 (1st) Mar 1956 Apr 1959

Built as Cafe Lounge; remodeled as full Diner for City of Portland service in 1947; remodeled as Cafe Lounge for City of Los Angeles service in 1949.

 

Cafe Lounge -- 1 car (Joint UP-C&NW ownership)
Pullman-Standard, 1941
Lightweight

Diner -- 1 car (Joint UP-C&NW ownership; to UP)
Pullman-Standard, 1941 (Pullman-Standard, 1947)
Lightweight

CP-612 Hacienda; see UP 5008 (1st)

Car History

Car
Number
Date To
Number
Date From
Number
LA-612 Hacienda Jul 1941 (new) Apr 1947 (remodeled)
CP-612 Hacienda Apr 1947 (remodeled) Dec 1948 (UP-owned)
CP-612 Hacienda Dec 1948 (UP-owned) April 1949 (remodeled)
LA-612 Hacienda April 1949 (remodeled) Mar 1956
UP 5008 (1st) Mar 1956 Apr 1959

Built as Cafe Lounge; remodeled as full Diner for City of Portland service in 1947; remodeled as Cafe Lounge for City of Los Angeles service in 1949.

 

Observation Lounge -- 1 car
Pullman-Standard, 1936 (Pullman, 1938)
Lightweight

CP-902, Copper King; see Copper King LA-902/CP-902

Car History

Car
Number
Date To
Number
Date From
Number
12202 May 1936 (new) Aug 1938 (remodeled)
LA-902 Copper King Aug 1938 (remodeled) Jul 1941
CP-902 Copper King Jul 1941 Oct 1950

 

LA-Series Cars

City of Los Angeles Timeline

Auxiliary Baggage Dormitory -- 1 car (Joint UP-C&NW owned; to C&NW)
Pullman-Standard, 1937
Lightweight

LA-101; see CP-101

Car History

Car
Number
Date To
Number
Date From
Number
LA-101 Dec 1937 (new) Jun 1947 (remodeled)
CP-101 Jun 1947 (remodeled) Dec 1948
C&NW 9303 Dec 1948 Mar 1958

 

Auxiliary Baggage Dormitory -- 1 car
Pullman-Standard, 1936
Lightweight

LA-102; see CP-102

Car History

Car
Number
Date To
Number
Date From
Number
11700 Jun 1936 (new) Jun 1937
CD-10 Jun 1937 Aug 1938 (remodeled)
LA-102 Aug 1938 (remodeled) Sep 1941
CP-102 Sep 1941 Jun 1952

 

Baggage Dormitory -- 1 car
Pullman-Standard, 1941
Lightweight

LA-103; see UP 6009

Car History

Car
Number
Date To
Number
Date From
Number
LA-103 Jul 1941 (new) Jun 1947
CP-103 Jun 1947 Mar 1956
UP 6009 Mar 1956 Sep 1970

 

Chair (52 seats) (Articulated) -- 1 car (Joint UP-C&NW ownership; to C&NW)
Pullman-Standard, 1937
Lightweight

LA-401, Las Vegas; see Las Vegas LA-401

 

Chair (40 seats) (Articulated) -- 1 car (part of the fully articulated 4th Train)
Pullman-Standard, 1936
Lightweight

LA-403; see CP-403

Car History

Car
Number
Date To
Number
Date From
Number
10406 May 1936 (new) Aug 1938 (remodeled)
LA-403 Aug 1938 (remodeled) Aug 1941
CP-403 Aug 1941 Oct 1950

 

Chair (48 seats) (Articulated) -- 1 car (part of the fully articulated 4th Train)
Pullman-Standard, 1936
Lightweight

LA-404; see CP-404

Car History

Car
Number
Date To
Number
Date From
Number
10405 May 1936 (new) Aug 1938
LA-404 Aug 1938 Aug 1941
CP-404 Aug 1941 Oct 1950

 

Chair -- 1 car (UP-C&NW joint ownership; to UP)
Pullman-Standard, 1941
Lightweight

LA-405, Pasadena; see Pasadena LA-405

 

Chair -- 1 car (Joint UP-C&NW ownership; to UP)
Pullman-Standard, 1941
Lightweight

LA-406, Boulder City; see Boulder City LA-406

 

Diner (Articulated) -- 1 car (Joint UP-SP-C&NW ownership; to C&NW)
Pullman-Standard, 1937
Lightweight

LA-602 Ambassador (1st); see Mission Dolores (2nd) LA-602/SF606

Car History

Car
Number
Date To
Number
Date From
Number
LA-602, Ambassador (1st) Dec 1937 (new) Jul 1941
SF-606, Mission Dolores (2nd) Jul 1941 Dec 1948
C&NW 6961 Dec 1948 Mar 1958

 

Diner Kitchen (Articulated) -- 1 car (part of the fully articulated 4th Train)
Pullman-Standard, 1936
Lightweight

LA-603; see CP-603

Car History

Car
Number
Date To
Number
Date From
Number
12761 May 1936 (new) Aug 1938 (remodeled)
LA-603 Aug 1938 (remodeled) Aug 1941
CP-603 Aug 1941 Oct 1950

 

Diner (Articulated) -- 1 car (Part of fully articulated 4th Train)
Pullman-Standard, 1936
Lightweight

LA-604; see CP-604

Car History

Car
Number
Date To
Number
Date From
Number
10302 May 1936 (new) Aug 1938 (remodeled)
LA-604 Aug 1938 (remodeled) Aug 1941
CP-604 Aug 1941 Oct 1950

 

Diner -- 1 car (Joint UP-SP-C&NW ownership; to UP)
Pullman-Standard, 1941
Lightweight

LA-607, Biltmore (2nd); see Biltmore (2nd) LA-607/CP-607

Car History

Car
Number
Date To
Number
Date From
Number
LA-607 Biltmore (2nd) Jul 1941 Apr 1947
CP-607 Biltmore (2nd) Apr 1947 Mar 1956
UP 4817 Mar 1956 Dec 1958

 

Diner -- 1 car (Joint UP-SP-C&NW ownership; to UP)
Pullman-Standard, 1941
Lightweight

LA-608, Ambasaador (2nd); see Ambassador (2nd) LA-608/CP-608

Car History

Car
Number
Date To
Number
Date From
Number
LA-608 Ambassador (2nd) Jul 1941 Apr 1947
CP-608 Ambassador (2nd) Apr 1947 Mar 1956
UP 4818 Mar 1956 Dec 1958

 

Cafe Lounge -- 1 car (Joint UP-C&NW ownership)
Pullman-Standard, 1941
Lightweight

LA-611 Mission Inn; see UP 5007 (1st)

Car History

Car
Number
Date To
Number
Date From
Number
LA-611 Mission Inn Jul 1941 (new) Apr 1947 (remodeled)
CP-611 Mission Inn Apr 1947 (remodeled) Dec 1948 (UP-owned)
CP-611 Mission Inn Dec 1948 (UP-owned) April 1949 (remodeled)
LA-611 Mission Inn April 1949 (remodeled) Mar 1956
UP 5007 (1st) Mar 1956 Apr 1959

Built as Cafe Lounge; remodeled as full Diner for City of Portland service in 1947; remodeled as Cafe Lounge for City of Los Angeles service in 1949.

 

Cafe Lounge -- 1 car (Joint UP-C&NW ownership)
Pullman-Standard, 1941
Lightweight

LA-612; see UP 5008 (1st)

Car History

Car
Number
Date To
Number
Date From
Number
LA-612 Hacienda Jul 1941 (new) Apr 1947 (remodeled)
CP-612 Hacienda Apr 1947 (remodeled) Dec 1948 (UP-owned)
CP-612 Hacienda Dec 1948 (UP-owned) April 1949 (remodeled)
LA-612 Hacienda April 1949 (remodeled) Mar 1956
UP 5008 (1st) Mar 1956 Apr 1959

Built as Cafe Lounge; remodeled as full Diner for City of Portland service in 1947; remodeled as Cafe Lounge for City of Los Angeles service in 1949.

 

Dormitory Club -- 1 car
Pullman-Standard, 1937
Lightweight

LA-701, The Little Nugget; see The Little Nugget LA-701

 

Club Lounge -- 1 car (Joint UP-C&NW ownership; to UP)
Pullman-Standard, 1941
Lightweight

LA-703, Hollywood; see Hollywood LA-703

 

Observation -- 1 car
Pullman-Standard, 1937
Lightweight

LA-901, Sun Valley; see Sun Valley LA-901

 

Observation Lounge -- 1 car
Pullman-Standard, 1936 (Pullman, 1938)
Lightweight

LA-902, Copper King; see Copper King LA-902/CP-902

Car History

Car
Number
Date To
Number
Date From
Number
12202 May 1936 (new) Aug 1938 (remodeled)
LA-902 Copper King Aug 1938 (remodeled) Jul 1941
CP-902 Copper King Jul 1941 Oct 1950

 

SF-Series cars

City of San Francisco Timeline

Auxiliary Baggage Dormitory -- 1 car (Joint UP-SP-C&NW ownership; to SP)
Pullman-Standard, 1937
Lightweight

Car
Number
Date
Built
Notes
SF-101 Dec 1937 1

Description:

Length, Over Coupler Pulling Faces: 84'-6"
Length, Over End Sills:
Truck Centers: 59'-6"
Truck Style: 4 wheel (8'-6" wheelbase)

Car History

Car
Number
Date To
Number
Date From
Number
SF-101 Dec 1937 (new) Dec 1948 (SP-owned)
SF-101 Dec 1948 (SP-owned) Nov 1951
SP 3107 Nov 1951 1965

General Notes:

a. Auxiliary Power-Baggage-Dormitory (same as LA-101)
b. Equipped with two Winton 8-201A 450HP diesel engines; removed in June 1947
c. Pullman Lot 6524
d. Pullman Plan 7393
e. Pullman Floor Plan 76-B-14
f. UP Floor Plan 237-ST-800
g. Photos and plans in The Official Pullman-Standard Library, Volume 13, pages 133-137
h. Photos and plans in Southern Pacific Passenger Cars, Volume 2: Sleepers & Baggage-Dorms, pages 526-536
i. UP folio diagram sheet S-56 (12-1-39) (no revision)
j. UP folio diagram sheet P-1-21 (12-1-39); Rev. A (2-1-43); Rev. B (12-6-46); Rev. C (1-5-54)
k. UP Equipment Record: r3-1070 (SF-1 to SF-704)

Notes:

1. Built in December 1937 as part of the 8th Train (COSF); to SP ownership on December 1, 1948 when the UP-C&NW-SP joint ownership ended; renumbered to SP 3107 in November 1951, still in COSF service; retired by SP in 1965.

 

Baggage Dormitory -- 1 car
Pullman-Standard, 1941
Lightweight

SF-104; see UP 6010

Car History

Car
Number
Date To
Number
Date From
Number
SF-104 Jul 1941 (new) Dec 1948 (UP-owned)
SF-104 Dec 1948 (UP-owned) May 1956
UP 6010 May 1956 Apr 1967

 

Chair -- 1 car (Joint UP-SP-C&NW ownership; to SP)
Pullman-Standard, 1937
Lightweight

SF-401, Market Street; see Market Street SF-401

 

Chair -- 1 car (Joint UP-SP-C&NW ownership; to C&NW)
Pullman-Standard, 1941
Lightweight

SF-407, Montgomery Street; see Montgomery Street SF-407

 

Coffee Shop Kitchen (Articulated) -- 1 car (Joint UP-C&NW owned; wrecked)
Pullman-Standard, 1937
Lightweight

SF-601 Presidio (1st); see Presidio (1st) SF-601

 

Diner (Articulated) -- 1 car (Joint UP-SP-C&NW ownership; wrecked)
Pullman-Standard, 1937
Lightweight

SF-602 Mission Dolores (1st); see Mission Dolores (1st) SF-602

 

Coffee Shop Kitchen (Articulated) -- 1 car (Joint UP-C&NW owned; to C&NW)
Pullman-Standard, 1937
Lightweight

SF-605, Presidio (2nd); see Presidio (2nd) SF-605

 

Diner (Articulated) -- 1 car (Joint UP-SP-C&NW ownership; to C&NW)
Pullman-Standard, 1937
Lightweight

SF-606, Mission Dolores (2nd); see Mission Dolores (2nd) SF-606

 

Kitchen Coffee Shop (Articulated) -- 1 car (Joint UP-SP-C&NW ownership; to SP)
Pullman-Standard, 1941
Lightweight

SF-609, Fort Mason; see Fort Mason SF-609

 

Diner (Articulated) -- 1 car (Joint UP-SP-C&NW ownership; to SP)
Pullman-Standard, 1941
Lightweight

SF-610, St. Francis Wood; see St. Francis Wood SF-610

 

Dormitory Club -- 1 car (Joint UP-SP-C&NW ownership; wrecked)
Pullman-Standard, 1937
Lightweight

SF-701, Embarcadero (1st); see Embarcadero (1st) SF-701

 

Club Lounge Dormitory -- 1 car (Joint UP-SP-C&NW ownership; to UP)
Pullman-Standard, 1937
Lightweight

SF-702, Embarcadero (2nd); see Embarcadero (2nd) SF-702

 

Club Lounge -- 1 car (Joint UP-SP-C&NW ownership; to C&NW)
Pullman-Standard, 1941
Lightweight

SF-704, Marina; see Marina SF-704

 

Observation -- 1 car
Pullman-Standard, 1937
Lightweight

SF-901 Nob Hill; see Nob Hill SF-901

 

10000-Series Cars

Kitchen Diner Lounge -- 1 car
Pullman-Standard, 1934
Lightweight

Car
Number
First
Name
Date
Rebuilt/Renamed
Date
Built
Notes
UP 10300 E. H. Harriman (10-1-1-Sleeper) May 1935 Oct 1934 1

Description:

Length, Over Coupler Pulling Faces: 64'-6" (center of articulation to center of articulation)
Length, Over End Sills: 62'-2"
Truck Style: Two shared 4-wheel trucks

Car History

Car
Number
Date To
Number
Date From
Number
E. H. Harriman Oct 1934 May 1935
UP 10300 (Kitchen Diner Lounge) May 1935 Jun 1941

General Notes:

a. 24-seat Diner, 16-seat Lounge (remodeled from Sleeper E. H. Harriman, 10 Enclosed Sections, 1 Compartment, 1 Double Bedroom, in May 1935)
b. Pullman Lot 6428
c. Pullman Plan 7355 (remodeled from Sleeper E. H. Harriman, Plan 4035A in May 1935)
d. Pullman Floor Plan 72-B-58 (remodeled from Sleeper E. H. Harriman, Floor Plan 72-B-83 in May 1935)
e. Photos and plans in The Official Pullman-Standard Library, Volume 13, pages 21 (as E. H. Harriman); page 130 (as UP 10300)
f. Shown in ORER for October 1937
g. E. H. Harriman existed as a sleeper only during the display of the 2nd Train in October through December 1934, as a twin to Abraham Lincoln; the car was returned to Pullman and was remodeled as a Kitchen Diner Lounge, completed in May 1935 and entered City of Portland service as car no. 10300.
h. (A Union Pacific folio diagram sheet for E. H. Harriman is not known to exist)
i. UP folio diagram sheet S-6 (12-1-39); Rev. A (2-21-40)

Notes:

1. Built in October 1934 as part of fully articulated 2nd Train (City of Portland); remodeled to Kitchen Diner Lounge and renumbered to UP 10300 in May 1935, still assigned to the the 2nd Train; entire 2nd Train operated as City of Portland from June 1935 to June 1939; removed from service and stored; UP 10300 retired by UP in June 1941; entire 2nd Train, including UP 10300, was sold for scrap in August 1941 to Aaron Ferer and Sons, Omaha, Nebraska.

 

Diner Lounge (Articulated) -- 1 car (Part of fully articulated 3rd Train)
Pullman-Standard, 1936
Lightweight

Car
Number
Date
Built
Notes
10301 May 1936 1

Description:

Length, Over End Sills: 62'-2"
Truck Centers: 64'-0" (center of front articulation to center of rear articulation)
Truck Style: two shared 4-wheel (8'-0" wheelbase)

General Notes:

a. Diner Lounge (32 seats in Dining section; 21 seats with card tables and desk in Lounge section) (same as 10302)
b. Pullman Lot 6433
c. Pullman Plan 7356A
d. Pullman Floor Plan 74-B-34
e. Plans in The Official Pullman-Standard Library, Volume 13, page 35
f. UP folio diagram sheet P-4-9 (12-1-39); Rev. A (2-1-43); Rev. B (2-29-44); Rev. C (12-6-46)
g. UP Equipment Record: r3-1116 (10300-10304)

Notes:

1. Built in May 1936 as part of the 3rd Train (COLA); the entire 3rd Train was removed from service in March 1943; car 10301 was last remaining car and was sold for scrap in November 1946 (Wayner); scrapped in January 1947 (Kratville); scrapped in 1951 (Randall, Streamlined Cars); retired by UP in August 1953 (UP Equipment Record)

 

Diner Lounge (Articulated) -- 1 car (Part of fully articulated 4th Train)
Pullman-Standard, 1936
Lightweight

10302; see CP-604

Car History

Car
Number
Date To
Number
Date From
Number
10302 May 1936 (new) Aug 1938 (remodeled)
LA-604 Aug 1938 (remodeled) Aug 1941
CP-604 Aug 1941 Oct 1950

 

Diner Lounge -- 2 cars
Pullman-Standard, 1936
Lightweight

Cars 10303, 10304; see CD-60, CD-61

Car History

Car
Number
Date To
Number
Date From
Number
10303 Jun 1936 (new) Jul 1937
CD-61 Jul 1937 Mar 1953

Car History

Car
Number
Date To
Number
Date From
Number
10304 Jun 1936 (new) Jun 1937
CD-60 Jun 1937 Mar 1953

 

Coach (Articulated) -- 1 car (Part of the fully articulated 1st Train)
Pullman, 1934
Lightweight

Car
Number
Date
Built
Notes
10400 Feb 1934 1

Description:

Length, Over Coupler Pulling Faces: 59'-10" (center of front articulation to center of rear articulation)
Length, Over End Sills: 58'-0"
Truck Style: two shared 4-wheel (7'-10" wheelbase)

General Notes:

a. Coach (56 seats)
b. Second car of original three-car 1st Train, "City of Salina"
c. Pullman Lot 6424
d. Pullman Plan 7336
e. Pullman Floor Plan 69-B-49
f. UP Floor Plan 237-ST-951 (after 1936 remodel)
g. Photos and plans in The Official Pullman-Standard Library, pages 11, 13-18
h. UP folio diagram sheet S-2 (12-1-39)

General Notes:

1. Built in February 1934 as part of the 1st Train; remodeled in 1936; entire 1st Train was removed from service in December 1941 and sold for scrap in February 1942 to Aaron Ferer and Sons, Omaha, Nebraska.

 

Coach Buffet (Articulated) -- 1 car (Part of fully articulated 1st Train)
Pullman, 1934
Lightweight (Articulated)

Car
Number
Date
Retired
Notes
10401 Feb 1934 1

Description:

Length, Over Coupler Pulling Faces: 71'-11" (center of front articulation to rear end sill)
Length, Over End Sills: 71'-0"
Truck Centers: 58'-5"
Truck Style: two shared 4-wheel (7'-10" wheelbase)

General Notes:

a. Coach Buffet (52 seats), round end
b. Third car of original three-car 1st Train, "City of Salina"
c. Pullman Lot 6424
d. Pullman Plan 7336
e. Pullman Floor Plan 69-B-50
f. UP Floor Plan 237-ST-952 (after 1936 remodel)
g. Photos and plans in The Official Pullman-Standard Library, pages 11, 13-18
h. UP folio diagram sheet S-3 (12-1-39)

General Notes:

1. Built in February 1934 as part of the 1st Train; entire 1st Train was removed from service in December 1941 and sold for scrap in February 1942 to Aaron Ferer and Sons, Omaha, Nebraska.

 

Coach Buffet (Articulated) -- 1 car (Part of the fully articulated 2nd Train)
Pullman, 1934
Lightweight

Car
Number
Date
Built
Notes
10402 Oct 1934 1

Description:

Length, Over Buffers: 72'-2" (articulation center to rear of car)
Length, Over End Sills: 71'-0"
Truck Centers: 58'-8"
Truck Style: two shared 4-wheel (8'-0" wheelbase)

General Notes:

a. 54-seat Chair-Buffet Car (blind-end observation)
b. Pullman Lot 6426
c. Pullman Plan 7337
d. Pullman Floor Plan 69-B-50
e. Photos and plans in The Official Pullman-Standard Library, pages 12, 23-29
f. UP folio diagram sheet S-10 (12-1-39); Rev. A (2-21-40)

Notes:

1. Built in October 1934 as part of the 2nd Train (COP); entire 2nd Train operated as City of Portland from June 1935 to June 1939; removed from service and stored; entire 2nd Train was retired in June 1941 and sold for scrap in August 1941 to Aaron Ferer and Sons, Omaha, Nebraska.

 

Coach (48-seat) (Articulated) -- 1 car (Part of fully articulated 3rd Train)
Pullman-Standard, 1936
Lightweight

Car 10403; see CP-408

Car History

Car
Number
Date To
Number
Date From
Number
10403 May 1936 (new) Aug 1941
CP-408 Aug 1941 Oct 1950

 

Coach Buffet (Articulated) -- 1 car (Part of fully articulated 3rd Train)
Pullman-Standard, 1936
Lightweight

Car
Number
Date
Built
Notes
10404 May 1936 1

Description:

Length, Over Coupler Pulling Faces: 71'-11" (center of articulation to end buffer)
Length, Over End Sills: 71'-0"
Truck Centers: 58'-5"
Truck Style: one 4-wheel and one shared 4-wheel (both 8'-0" wheelbase)

General Notes:

a. Coach Buffet, Round End (9th car of 9-car 3rd Train, City of Los Angeles) (same as 10406 before 1938 remodel)
b. Pullman Lot 6433
c. Pullman Plan 7344C
d. Pullman Floor Plan 74-B-35
e. UP folio diagram sheet S-19 (12-1-39); Rev. A (2-1-43)
f. UP Equipment Record: r3-1117 (10400-10410

Notes:

1. Built in May 1936 as 10404 as part of the 3rd Train (COLA); 3rd Train retired on March 13, 1943; 10404 retired by UP in December 1944

 

Chair (48 seats) (Articulated) -- 1 car (part of the fully articulated 4th Train)
Pullman-Standard, 1936
Lightweight

10405; later LA-404; see CP-404

Car History

Car
Number
Date To
Number
Date From
Number
10405 May 1936 (new) Aug 1938
LA-404 Aug 1938 Aug 1941
CP-404 Aug 1941 Oct 1950

 

Coach Buffet (Articulated) -- 1 car (Part of fully articulated 4th Train)
Pullman-Standard, 1936
Lightweight

Car 10406; see CP-403

Car History

Car
Number
Date To
Number
Date From
Number
10406 May 1936 (new) Aug 1938 (remodeled)
LA-403 Aug 1938 (remodeled) Aug 1941
CP-403 Aug 1941 Oct 1950

 

Coach, Men's Room (Articulated) -- 2 cars
Pullman-Standard, 1936
Lightweight

Car 10407, 10409; see CD-40, CD-42

Car History

Car
Number
Date To
Number
Date From
Number
10407, 10409 Jun 1936 (new) Jun 1937
CD-40, CD-42 Jun 1937 Mar 1953

 

Coach, Women's Room (Articulated) -- 2 cars
Pullman-Standard, 1936
Lightweight

Car 10408, 10410; see CD-41, CD-43

Car History

Car
Number
Date To
Number
Date From
Number
10408, 10410 Jun 1936 (new) Jun 1937
CD-41, CD-43 Jun 1937 Mar 1953

 

Auxiliary Power Baggage -- 1 car
Pullman-Standard, 1936
Lightweight

Car 11700; see CP-102

Car History

Car
Number
Date To
Number
Date From
Number
11700 Jun 1936 (new) Jun 1937
CD-10 Jun 1937 Aug 1938 (remodeled)
LA-102 Aug 1938 (remodeled) Sep 1941
CP-102 Sep 1941 Jun 1952

 

Baggage Tap Room -- 1 car
Pullman-Standard, 1936
Lightweight

Car 11701; see CD-70

Car History

Car
Number
Date To
Number
Date From
Number
11701 Jun 1936 (new) Jun 1937
CD-70 Jun 1937 Mar 1953

 

Auxiliary Power Baggage -- 1 car
Pullman-Standard, 1936
Lightweight

Car 11702; see CD-11

Car History

Car
Number
Date To
Number
Date From
Number
11702 Jun 1936 (new) Jun 1937
CD-11 Jun 1937 Mar 1953

 

Baggage Tap Room -- 1 car
Pullman-Standard, 1936
Lightweight

Car 11703; see CD-71

Car History

Car
Number
Date To
Number
Date From
Number
11703 Jun 1936 (new) Jun 1937
CD-71 Jun 1937 Mar 1953

 

Baggage -- 1 car
Pullman-Standard, 1936
Lightweight

Car 11704; see CD-13

Car History

Car
Number
Date To
Number
Date From
Number
11704 Aug 1936 (new) Jul 1937
CD-20 Jul 1937 May 1939 (remodeled)
CD-13 May 1939 (remodeled) Mar 1953

 

Baggage -- 1 car
Pullman-Standard, 1936
Lightweight

Car 11705; see CD-12

Car History

Car
Number
Date To
Number
Date From
Number
11705 Aug 1936 (new) Jun 1937
CD-12 Jul 1937 Mar 1953

 

Baggage Mail -- 1 car (Part of fully articulated 2nd Train)
Pullman-Standard, 1936
Lightweight

Auxiliary Baggage Dormitory -- 1 car (Part of fully articulated 2nd Train)
Pullman-Standard, 1936 (Pullman-Standard, 1939)
Lightweight

2nd Train Timeline

Car
Number
Date
Built
Notes
12200 Oct 1934 1

Description: (as built)

Length, Over End Sills: 62'-2"
Truck Centers: 64'-0" (center of front articulation to center of rear articulation)
Truck Style: two shared 4-wheel (8'-0" wheelbase)

Description: (remodeled in 1939)

Length, Over End Sills: 70'-5"
Length, Over Coupler Pulling Face: 72'-9" (front coupler to center of rear articulation)
Truck Centers: 64'-6" (center of front truck to center of rear articulation)
Truck Style: one 4-wheel (8'-0" wheelbase) and one shared 4-wheel (8'-0" wheelbase)

General Notes: (as built)

a. Baggage Mail (8'-0" Mail Storage section; 33'-1" Mail section; 21'-1" Baggage section)
b. Baggage Mail Dormitory in May 1935
c. Pullman Lot 6426
d. Pullman Plan 7339
e. Pullman Floor Plan 69-B-67 (as built)
f. Photos and plans in The Official Pullman-Standard Library, pages 20, 23-29 (as built)

General Notes: (remodeled in 1939)

a. Auxiliary Baggage Mail Dormitory (16'-3" Auxiliary Power section; 20'-11" Baggage section; 15'-4" Dormitory section, with four 3-tier bunks; 17'-11" DC&H section)
b. Two GM 671 90HP diesel auxiliary power units added in 1939
c. UP Floor Plan 237-ST-1375 (after 1939 remodel) (drawing dated 4-19-39)
d. UP folio diagram sheet S-5 (12-1-39)
e. UP Equipment Record: r3-1119 (12200-12204)

Notes:

1. Built in October 1934 as part of the 2nd Train (COP); entire 2nd Train operated as City of Portland from June 1935 to March 28, 1939; removed from service in late March 1939 and stored; entire 2nd Train was retired in June 1941 and sold for scrap in August 1941 to Aaron Ferer and Sons, Omaha, Nebraska.

 

Auxiliary Baggage Mail -- 1 car (Part of fully articulated 3rd Train)
Pullman-Standard, 1936
Lightweight

3rd Train Timeline

Car
Number
Date
Built
Notes
12201 May 1936 1

Description:

Length, Over Coupler Pulling Faces: 71'-0" (front coupler to center of rear articulation)
Length, Over End Sills: 68'-11"
Truck Centers: 62'-9" (center of front truck to center of rear articulation)
Truck Style: one 4-wheel (8'-0" wheelbase) and one shared 4-wheel (8'-0" wheelbase)

General Notes:

a. Auxiliary Baggage Mail (14'-9" Auxiliary Power section, including 2" sound wall; 31'-1" Mail section; 23'-1" Baggage section)
b. Pullman Lot 6433
c. Pullman Plan 7341C
d. Pullman Floor Plan 74-B-31
e. Plans in The Official Pullman-Standard Library, Volume 13, page 33
f. UP folio diagram S-12 (12-1-39); Rev. A (2-1-43)

Notes:

a. Built in May 1936 as part of the 3rd Train (COLA); 3rd Train retired on March 13, 1943; 12201 was retired by UP in December 1944; sold for scrap to Aaron Ferer and Sons, Omaha, Nebraska.

 

Baggage Mail -- 1 car (Part of fully articulated 4th Train)
Pullman-Standard, 1936
Lightweight

Car 12202; see Copper King LA-902/CP-902

Car History

Car
Number
Date To
Number
Date From
Number
12202 May 1936 (new) Aug 1938 (remodeled)
LA-902 Copper King Aug 1938 (remodeled) Jul 1941
CP-902 Copper King Jul 1941 Oct 1950

 

Baggage Mail -- 2 cars
Pullman-Standard, 1936
Lightweight

12203 and 12204; see CD-30 and CD-31

Car History

Car
Number
Date To
Number
Date From
Number
12203, 12204 Jun 1936 (new) Jun 1937
CD-30, CD-31 Jun 1937 Mar 1953

 

Baggage Dormitory Kitchen (Articulated) -- 1 car (Part of fully articulated 3rd Train)
Pullman-Standard, 1936
Lightweight

3rd Train Timeline

Car
Number
Date
Built
Notes
12760 May 1936 1

Description:

Length, Over End Sills: 62'-2"
Truck Centers: 62'-9" (center of front articulation to center of rear articulation)
Truck Style: two shared 4-wheel (8'-0" wheelbase)

General Notes:

a. Baggage Dormitory Kitchen (19'-4" Baggage section; 22'-6" Dormitory section; 20'-4" Kitchen section) (same as 12761)
b. Pullman Lot 6433
c. Pullman Plan 7342C
d. Pullman Floor Plan 74-B-32
e. Plans in The Official Pullman-Standard Library, Volume 13, page 34
f. UP folio diagram S-13 (12-1-39); Rev. A (2-1-43)

Notes:

a. Built in May 1936 as part of the 3rd Train (COLA); 3rd Train retired on March 13, 1943; 12760 was retired by UP in December 1944; sold for scrap to Aaron Ferer and Sons, Omaha, Nebraska.

 

Baggage Dormitory Kitchen (Articulated) -- 1 car (Part of fully articulated 4th Train)
Pullman-Standard, 1936
Lightweight

12761; see CP-603

Car History

Car
Number
Date To
Number
Date From
Number
12761 May 1936 (new) Aug 1938 (remodeled)
LA-603 Aug 1938 (remodeled) Aug 1941
CP-603 Aug 1941 Oct 1950

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