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Union Pacific Numbered Passenger Cars, Part 6

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Union Pacific steel passenger cars, numbered 4140 through 5556.

Roster Listing

Chair -- 5 cars
Pullman, 1926
Standard Heavyweight (Clerestory Roof)

Car
Number
Date
Built
500 Series
Number
Date To
500 Series
Date
Retired
LA&SL 4140 Aug 1926 LA&SL 542 Aug 1950  
LA&SL 4141 Aug 1926 LA&SL 543 Aug 1950  
LA&SL 4142 Aug 1926 LA&SL 544 Jul 1950  
LA&SL 4143 Aug 1926     Jun 1958
LA&SL 4144 Aug 1926 LA&SL 545 Jul 1950  

Description:

Length, Over Buffers: 79'-3"
Length, Over Coupler Pulling Faces: 78'-9"
Length, Over End Sills: 70'-0"
Truck Centers: 54'-4"
Truck Style: 6 wheel (11'-0" wheelbase)

General Notes:

a. Seating Capacity: 50 seats (later changed to 44 seats)
b. UP Specification 310
c. Original Floor Plan: D-CB-20976
d. Remodeled by UP at Omaha in 1936
e. Floor Plan (after remodeling): 236-CB-21922
f. Air conditioning (York) added in 1935 by UP at Omaha (LA&SL 4143 had Waukesha added in 1936)
g. UP diagram sheet P-3-16 (10/27/1941), Rev. A (1/12/1943) (4 cars: LA&SL 4140, 4141, 4142, 4144)
h. UP diagram sheet P-3-17 (10/27/1941) (no revision) (LA&SL 4143)
i. UP diagram sheet P-3-15 (9/1/1949), Rev. B (3/2/1959), Rev. C (1/10/1967) (4 cars: LA&SL 542-545)
j. UP diagram sheet P-3-26 (10/27/1941), Rev. A (12/10/1946)
   

Chair (Women) -- 4 cars
Pullman, 1928 (UP, 1936)
Standard Heavyweight (Clerestory Roof)

Car
Number
Previous
Number
Date To
4200 Series
Date
Built
500 Series
Number
Date To
500 Series
UP 4200 UP 443 Apr 1939 Sep 1928 UP 580 Jul 1948
UP 4201 UP 446 Mar 1939 Sep 1928 UP 581 Aug 1948
UP 4202 UP 447 May 1939 Sep 1928 UP 582 Aug 1948
UP 4203 UP 449 May 1939 Sep 1928 UP 583 Aug 1948

Description:

Length, Over Buffers: 83'-0"
Length, Over Coupler Pulling Faces: 82'-6"
Length, Over End Sills: 73'-9"
Truck Centers: 58'-0"
Truck Style: 6 wheel (11'-0" wheelbase)

General Notes:

a. Four cars built in 1928 as UP 443-449 series Coach; remodeled to Chair (Women's) in 1936; renumbered to UP 4200-4203 series in 1939.; renumbered to UP 580-583 series streamlined heavyweight Chair in 1950
b. Seating Capacity: 54 seats
c. UP Specification 324
d. Equipped with nurse's room and studio couch
e. Air conditioning added by Pullman in 1935
f. Remodeled by UP at Omaha in 1936
g. Floor Plan (after remodeling): 236-CB-21946
h. UP diagram sheet P-3-18 (10/27/1941), Rev. A (1/12/1943), Rev. B (12/10/1946)
i. UP diagram sheet P-3-16 (9/1949) (Streamlined Heavyweight Chair cars 580-583)
   

Chair (Women) -- 12 cars
ACF, 1929 (UP, 1936)
Standard Heavyweight (Clerestory Roof)

Car
Number
Previous
Number
Date To
4200 Series
Date
Built
500 Series
Number
Date To
500 Series
UP 4204 UP 457 Mar 1939 Oct 1929 UP 584 Jul 1948
UP 4205 UP 459 Mar 1939 Oct 1929 UP 585 Jul 1948
UP 4206 UP 460 Apr 1939 Oct 1929 UP 586 Aug 1948
UP 4207 UP 461 Apr 1939 Oct 1929 UP 587 Aug 1948
UP 4208 UP 462 Apr 1939 Oct 1929 UP 588 Jul 1948
UP 4209 UP 464 Apr 1939 Oct 1929 UP 589 Jul 1948
UP 4210 UP 466 Mar 1939 Oct 1929 UP 590 Aug 1948
UP 4211 UP 471 Apr 1939 Nov 1929 UP 591 Jul 1948
UP 4212 UP 474 Apr 1939 Nov 1929 UP 592 Jul 1948
UP 4213 UP 476 Mar 1939 Nov 1929 UP 593 Jul 1948
UP 4214 UP 477 Apr 1939 Dec 1929 UP 594 Aug 1948
UP 4215 UP 480 Mar 1939 Dec 1929 UP 595 Aug 1948

Description:

Length, Over Buffers: 83'-0"
Length, Over Coupler Pulling Faces: 82'-6"
Length, Over End Sills: 73'-9"
Length, Inside:
Truck Centers: 58'-0"
Truck Style: 6 wheel (11'-0" wheelbase)

General Notes:

a. Twelve cars built in 1929 as UP 457-481 series Coach; remodeled to Chair (Women's) in 1936; renumbered to UP 4204-4215 series in 1939; renumbered to UP 584-595 series streamlined heavyweight Chair in 1950
b. Seating Capacity: 54 seats
c. UP Specification 324
d. Equipped with nurse's room and studio couch
e. Air conditioning added by Pullman in 1935
f. Remodeled by UP at Omaha in 1936
g. Floor Plan (after remodeling): 236-CB-21946
h. UP diagram sheet P-3-18 (10/27/1941), Rev. A (1/12/1943), Rev. B (12/10/1946)
i. UP diagram sheet P-3-16 (9/1949) (Streamlined Heavyweight Chair cars 584-595)
   

Chair -- 5 cars
Pullman, 1921 (UP, 1937)
Arch Roof Heavyweight

Car
Number
Date
Built
Date
Retired
Notes and Disposition
LA&SL 4300 Aug 1921 Nov 1958  
LA&SL 4301 Aug 1921 Sep 1959  
LA&SL 4302 Aug 1921 Nov 1958  
LA&SL 4303 Aug 1921 Nov 1957  
LA&SL 4304 Aug 1921 Jun 1958  

Description:

Length, Over Buffers: 79'-3"
Length, Over Coupler Pulling Faces: 78'-9"
Length, Over End Sills: 70'-0"
Length, Inside: (not shown)
Truck Centers: 54'-4"
Truck Style: 6 wheel, steel frame (11'-0" wheelbase)

General Notes:

a. Builder Floor Plan: D-CB-20290
b. UP Specification 311
c. Common Standard Class 70-CO-S-1 (70 ft. Chair Car with Smoking Room)
d. Seating Capacity: 48 seats
e. Remodeled in 1937 by UP at Omaha, changing the basic toilet compartments to full service restrooms, and removing the separate smoking room; seating was reduced from 56 to 48.
f. Air conditioning (Carrier) added in 1937
g. Floor Plan: 234-CB-22024 (after 1937 remodeling)
h. Photo of UP 4300, Metcalfe, UP Modeler Volume 1, page 19 (green, with The Challenger lettering) after remodeling in 1937, retaining Roman letters and numbers.
i. Photo of UP 4302, in two-tone gray paint, at Denver, in August 1952, in The Streamliner, Volume 4, Number 1, January 1988, page 7.
j. Not shown in pre-1941 diagram folio sheets.
k. UP diagram sheet P-3-10 (10/27/1941) (17 cars: UP 1220-1231, LA&SL 4300-4304) (changed to P-3-21 in 1946)
l. UP diagram sheet P-3-21 (10/27/1941), Rev. A (12/10/1946) (17 cars: UP 1220-1231, LA&SL 4300-4304) (changed from P-3-10 in 1946)
   

Observation -- 5 cars
Pullman, 1926
Standard Heavyweight (Clerestory Roof)

Car
Number
Date
Built
Notes and Disposition
LA&SL 4403 Oct 1926 To LA&SL 1563 in October 1942; to LA&SL Business Car 123 in March 1945
LA&SL 4404 Oct 1926 To LA&SL 1564 in October 1942; to LA&SL Business Car 124 in April 1945
LA&SL 4405 Oct 1926 To LA&SL 1565 in January 1941; to LA&SL Business Car 121 in March 1944
LA&SL 4406 Oct 1926 To LA&SL 1566 in January 1941; to LA&SL Business Car 122 in February 1944
LA&SL 4407 Oct 1926 To LA&SL 1567 in October 1942; to LA&SL Business Car 120 (1st) in September 1943

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)

General Notes:

a. Seating Capacity: 35 seats, including 14 seats in observation room, 2 seats in writing room, 8 seats in each of two smoking rooms, 5 in women's lounge
b. UP Specification 320
c. Equipped with Barber Shop
d. Floor Plan: 4-CB-20918
e. Air conditioning added by Pullman in 1935
f. UP diagram sheet P-5-14 (10/27/1941) (no revision) (5 cars: LA&SL 1563-1567)
g. Source: Union Pacific Business Cars, 1870-1991, by Ralph L. Barger (Greenberg, 1992), pages 89-109
   

Baggage -- 2 cars
Pullman, 1921
Arch Roof Heavyweight

Car
Number
Date
Built
Date
Retired
Notes and Disposition
LA&SL 4450 Aug 1921 Aug 1968 to Roadway flat car in 1968 (number unknown)
LA&SL 4451 Aug 1921 Jan 1963  

Description:

Length, Over Buffers: 72'-6"
Length, Over Coupler Pulling Faces: 71' 11"
Length, Over End Sills: 69'-1"
Length, Inside: 69'-1"
Truck Centers: 53'-1"
Truck Style: 6 wheel (11'-0" wheelbase)

General Notes:

a. Equipment register shows builder as Pullman, as does information in the Pullman Lot book at the DeGoyler library; UP's folio diagram sheet shows the builder as AC&F.
b. Pullman Lot Number 4623; Pullman Plan Number 2832-B.
c. Floor Plan: D-CB-20067
d. UP diagram sheet P-1-4 (10/27/1941), Rev. A (12/10/1946), Rev. C (3/2/1959), Rev. D (6/12/1962) (55 cars: UP 1734-1758, 1769-1775, 1777, 1778, 1779, OSL 1853, 1854, 1855, OWRR&N 1949, 1950, 1951, LA&SL 4450, 4451, 4469, 4472, 4474, 4475, 4479, 4480, 4481), Rev. E (3/6/1964), Rev. F (12/1/1964), Rev. G (7/26/1966) (20 cars: UP 1736, 1739, 1742, 1751, 1753, 1756, 1757, 1758, 1770, 1773, 1775, 1779, 1780, 1782, OSL 1854, OWRR&N 1951, LA&SL 4450, 4475, 4479, 4481)
e. UP diagram sheet P-1-5 (10/27/1941) (no revision) (57 cars: UP 1734-1758, 1769-1783, OSL 1853-1855, OWRR&N 1949-1951, LA&SL 4450, 4451, 4469-4472, 4474, 4475, 4479-4481)
   

Baggage -- 3 cars
Pullman, 1910
Arch Roof Heavyweight

Car
Number
Previous
Number
Date
Renumbered
Date
Retired
Notes and Disposition
LA&SL 4466 LA&SL 4559 Sep 1924 Mar 1963  
LA&SL 4467 LA&SL 4560 Sep 1924 Jul 1962  
LA&SL 4468 LA&SL 4561 Sep 1924 Jul 1958  

Description:

Length, Over Buffers: 63'-7"
Length, Over Coupler Pulling Faces: 63'-0"
Length, Over End Sills: 60'-2"
Length, Inside:
Truck Centers: 44'-2"
Truck Style: 4 wheel (8'-0" wheelbase)

General Notes:

a. Built as LA&SL 166-168; to LA&SL 4559-4561 in 1921; to LA&SL 4466-4468 in 1924
b. UP Specification 214
c. UP diagram sheet P-1-2-A (10/27/1941) (no revision) (3 cars: LA&SL 4466, 4467, 4468)
d. UP diagram sheet P-1-13 (10/27/1941), Rev. A (12/10/1946), Rev. C (6/12/1962) (1 car: LA&SL 4466)
   

Baggage -- 4 cars
AC&F, 1926
Arch Roof Heavyweight

Car
Number
Date
Retired
Notes and Disposition
LA&SL 4469 Aug 1965  
LA&SL 4470 Jun 1953 Wrecked at Apex, Nevada, on 7 April 1953
LA&SL 4471 Oct 1962  
LA&SL 4472 Nov 1963  

Description:

Length, Over Buffers: 72'-6"
Length, Over Coupler Pulling Faces: 71' 11"
Length, Over End Sills: 69'-1"
Length, Inside: 69'-1"
Truck Centers: 53'-1"
Truck Style: 6 wheel (11'-0" wheelbase)

General Notes:

a. Builder Floor Plan: D-CB-20067
b. UP diagram sheet P-1-4 (10/27/1941), Rev. A (12/10/1946), Rev. C (3/2/1959), Rev. D (6/12/1962) (55 cars: UP 1734-1758, 1769-1775, 1777, 1778, 1779, OSL 1853, 1854, 1855, OWRR&N 1949, 1950, 1951, LA&SL 4450, 4451, 4469, 4472, 4474, 4475, 4479, 4480, 4481), Rev. E (3/6/1964), Rev. F (12/1/1964), Rev. G (7/26/1966) (20 cars: UP 1736, 1739, 1742, 1751, 1753, 1756, 1757, 1758, 1770, 1773, 1775, 1779, 1780, 1782, OSL 1854, OWRR&N 1951, LA&SL 4450, 4475, 4479, 4481)
c. UP diagram sheet P-1-5 (10/27/1941) (no revision) (57 cars: UP 1734-1758, 1769-1783, OSL 1853-1855, OWRR&N 1949-1951, LA&SL 4450, 4451, 4469-4472, 4474, 4475, 4479-4481)
   

Baggage -- 3 cars
Pullman, 1921
Arch Roof Heavyweight

Car
Number
Previous
Number
Date
Built
Date To
4473 Series
Date
Retired
Notes and Disposition
LA&SL 4473 LA&SL 4550 Aug 1921 Jul 1926 Feb 1927 Wrecked at Los Angeles, California, on 15 February 1927
LA&SL 4474 LA&SL 4551 Aug 1921 Aug 1926 Jan 1963  
LA&SL 4475 LA&SL 4552 Aug 1921 Sep 1926 Aug 1968 to Roadway flat car in 1968 (number unknown)

Description:

Length, Over Buffers: 72'-6"
Length, Over Coupler Pulling Faces: 71' 11"
Length, Over End Sills: 69'-1"
Length, Inside: 69'-1"
Truck Centers: 53'-1"
Truck Style: 6 wheel (11'-0" wheelbase)

General Notes:

a. UP's equipment record shows builder as Pullman, as does information in the Pullman Lot book at the DeGoyler library; UP's folio diagram sheet shows the builder as AC&F.
b. Pullman Lot 4623; Pullman Plan 2832-A.
c. Floor Plan D-CB-20067
d. LA&SL 4473-4475 were built as LA&SL Dynamo Baggage 4550-4552.
e. UP diagram sheet P-1-4 (10/27/1941), Rev. A (12/10/1946) (Changed from  P-1-5), Rev. C (3/2/1959), Rev. D (6/12/1962) (55 cars: UP 1734-1758, 1769-1775, 1777, 1778, 1779, OSL 1853, 1854, 1855, OWRR&N 1949, 1950, 1951, LA&SL 4450, 4451, 4469, 4472, 4474, 4475, 4479, 4480, 4481), Rev. E (3/6/1964), Rev. F (12/1/1964), Rev. G (7/26/1966) (20 cars: UP 1736, 1739, 1742, 1751, 1753, 1756, 1757, 1758, 1770, 1773, 1775, 1779, 1780, 1782, OSL 1854, OWRR&N 1951, LA&SL 4450, 4475, 4479, 4481)
f. UP diagram sheet P-1-5 (10/27/1941) (no revision) (57 cars: UP 1734-1758, 1769-1783, OSL 1853-1855, OWRR&N 1949-1951, LA&SL 4450, 4451, 4469-4472, 4474, 4475, 4479-4481) (Changed to P-1-4)
   

Baggage -- 3 cars
Pullman, 1921
Arch Roof Heavyweight

Car
Number
Previous
Number
Date
Built
Date To
4479 Series
Date
Retired
Notes and Disposition
LA&SL 4479 LA&SL 4553 Aug 1921 Aug 1928 Aug 1968 to Roadway flat car in 1968 (number unknown)
LA&SL 4480 LA&SL 4554 Aug 1921 Jul 1928 Nov 1965  
LA&SL 4481 LA&SL 4555 Aug 1921 Jun 1928 Nov 1967 to Roadway flat car in 1968 (number unknown)

Description:

Length, Over Buffers: 72'-6"
Length, Over Coupler Pulling Faces: 71' 11"
Length, Over End Sills: 69'-1"
Length, Inside: 69'-1"
Truck Centers: 53'-1"
Truck Style: 6 wheel (11'-0" wheelbase)

General Notes:

a. UP's equipment record shows builder as Pullman, as does information in the Pullman Lot book at the DeGoyler library; UP's folio diagram sheet shows the builder as AC&F.
b. Pullman Lot 4623; Pullman Plan 2832-A.
c. Floor Plan D-CB-20067
d. LA&SL 4479-4481 were built as LA&SL Dynamo Baggage 4553-4555.
e. UP diagram sheet P-1-4 (10/27/1941), Rev. A (12/10/1946) (Changed from  P-1-5), Rev. C (3/2/1959), Rev. D (6/12/1962) (55 cars: UP 1734-1758, 1769-1775, 1777, 1778, 1779, OSL 1853, 1854, 1855, OWRR&N 1949, 1950, 1951, LA&SL 4450, 4451, 4469, 4472, 4474, 4475, 4479, 4480, 4481), Rev. E (3/6/1964), Rev. F (12/1/1964), Rev. G (7/26/1966) (20 cars: UP 1736, 1739, 1742, 1751, 1753, 1756, 1757, 1758, 1770, 1773, 1775, 1779, 1780, 1782, OSL 1854, OWRR&N 1951, LA&SL 4450, 4475, 4479, 4481)
f. UP diagram sheet P-1-5 (10/27/1941) (no revision) (57 cars: UP 1734-1758, 1769-1783, OSL 1853-1855, OWRR&N 1949-1951, LA&SL 4450, 4451, 4469-4472, 4474, 4475, 4479-4481) (Changed to P-1-4)
   

Baggage Dynamo -- 6 cars
Pullman, 1921
Arch Roof Heavyweight

Baggage -- 6 cars
Pullman, 1921 (LA&SL, 1926)
Arch Roof Heavyweight

Previous
Number
Date
Built
Notes and Disposition
LA&SL 4550 Aug 1921 To LA&SL Baggage 4473 in July 1926
LA&SL 4551 Aug 1921 To LA&SL Baggage 4474 in September 1926
LA&SL 4552 Aug 1921 To LA&SL Baggage 4475 in August 1926
LA&SL 4553 Aug 1921 To LA&SL Baggage 4479 in August 1928
LA&SL 4554 (1st) Aug 1921 To LA&SL Baggage 4480 in July 1928
LA&SL 4555 (1st) Aug 1921 To LA&SL Baggage 4481 in June 1928

Description:

Length, Over Buffers: 72'-6"
Length, Over Coupler Pulling Faces: 71' 11"
Length, Over End Sills: 69'-1"
Length, Inside: 69'-1"
Truck Centers: 53'-1"
Truck Style: 6 wheel (11'-0" wheelbase)

General Notes:

a. UP's equipment record shows builder as Pullman, as does information in the Pullman Lot book at the DeGoyler library; UP's folio diagram sheet shows the builder as AC&F.
b. Pullman Lot 4623; Pullman Plan 2832-A.
c. Floor Plan D-CB-20067
d. Delivered with dynamos for electrical train lighting
e. UP diagram sheet P-1-4 (10/27/1941), Rev. A (12/10/1946) (Changed from  P-1-5), Rev. C (3/2/1959), Rev. D (6/12/1962) (55 cars: UP 1734-1758, 1769-1775, 1777, 1778, 1779, OSL 1853, 1854, 1855, OWRR&N 1949, 1950, 1951, LA&SL 4450, 4451, 4469, 4472, 4474, 4475, 4479, 4480, 4481), Rev. E (3/6/1964), Rev. F (12/1/1964), Rev. G (7/26/1966) (20 cars: UP 1736, 1739, 1742, 1751, 1753, 1756, 1757, 1758, 1770, 1773, 1775, 1779, 1780, 1782, OSL 1854, OWRR&N 1951, LA&SL 4450, 4475, 4479, 4481)
f. UP diagram sheet P-1-5 (10/27/1941) (no revision) (57 cars: UP 1734-1758, 1769-1783, OSL 1853-1855, OWRR&N 1949-1951, LA&SL 4450, 4451, 4469-4472, 4474, 4475, 4479-4481) (Changed to P-1-4)
g. Source: ORER, Nov 1925 to Jan 1926
   

Postal Storage -- 2 cars
Pullman, 1910
Arch Roof Heavyweight

Car
Number
First
Number
Second
Number
Date
Built
Date To
4554 Series
Notes and Disposition
LA&SL 4554 (2nd) SPLA&SL 88 LA&SL 4654 Jun 1910 May 1946 To Postal Storage 1485 in October 1951
LA&SL 4555 (2nd) SPLA&SL 89 LA&SL 4655 Jun 1910 Apr 1946 To Postal Storage 1486 in October 1951

Description:

Length, Over Buffers: 63'-4" (or 63'-7") (LA&SL cars not shown on diagram)
Length, Over Coupler Pulling Faces: (not shown)
Length, Over End Sills: 60'-2"
Length, Inside: 60'-1"
Truck Centers: 44'-2"
Truck Style: 6 wheel (wheelbase not shown)

General Notes:

a. Built as SPLA&SL 88, 89; to LA&SL 4654, 4655 in 1922; to LA&SL 4554, 4555 in 1946; to LA&SL 1485, 1486 in 1951.
b. Pullman Lot 3739; Pullman Plan 2390
c. Shown in ORER, December 1922, as "Mail" cars.
d. UP diagram sheet P-2-8 (10/27/1941) (33 cars: UP 2010-2014, 2030-2035, 2037-2046, 2048-2055, OSL 2116, OWRR&N 2151, 2152, 2154), Rev. A (1/12/1943) (35 cars, LA&SL 4654, 4655 added), Rev. B (12/10/1946) (changed to P-2-6) (35 cars, same numbers as Rev A for P-2-8)
e. Source: UP Equipment Record, LA&SL 4650-4699
f. Source: UP Equipment Record, LA&SL 4550-4599, sheet 2
g. Source: UP Equipment Record, 1450-1499, sheets 1 and 2
   

Baggage -- 3 cars
Pullman, 1910
Arch Roof Heavyweight

Car
Number
Previous
Number
Date
Renumbered
Notes and Disposition
LA&SL 4559 SPLA&SL 166 Dec 1921 To LA&SL Baggage 4466 in September 1924
LA&SL 4560 SPLA&SL 167 Dec 1921 To LA&SL Baggage 4467 in September 1924
LA&SL 4561 SPLA&SL 168 Aug 1921 To LA&SL baggage 4468 in September 1924

Description:

Length, Over Buffers: 63'-7"
Length, Over Coupler Pulling Faces: 63'-0"
Length, Over End Sills: 60'-2"
Length, Inside:
Truck Centers: 44'-2"
Truck Style: 4 wheel (8'-0" wheelbase)

General Notes:

a. Built in 1910 as SPLA&SL 166-168; to LA&SL 4559-4561 in 1921; to LA&SL 4466-4468 in 1924
b. UP Specification 214
c. UP diagram sheet P-1-2-A (10/27/1941) (no revision)
d. UP diagram sheet P-1-13 (10/27/1941), Rev. A (12/10/1946), Rev. C (6/12/1962) (1 car: LA&SL 4466)

 

Diner -- 4 cars
Pullman, 1927 (UP, 1947)
Streamlined Heavyweight

Car
Number
First
Number
Second
Number
Date
Built
Date To
4600 Series
Last
ORPTE Entry
UP 4607 UP 307 UP 3607 Sep 1927 Nov 1947 Mar 1968
UP 4608 UP 308 UP 3608 Sep 1927 Mar 1954 Mar 1968
UP 4611 UP 311 UP 3611 Sep 1927 May 1946 Mar 1968
UP 4613 UP 313 UP 3613 Sep 1927 Mar 1948 Mar 1968

Built as 300 series Diners in 1927, renumbered to 3600 series Diners (36 seats) in 1940-1942, modernized and remodeled to 4600 series Diners (46 seats) in 1947.

(See also UP 36-seat Diners 3605-3614; full data)

General Notes:

a. Seating Capacity: 46 seats
b. Floor Plan: D-CB-20525
c. UP diagram sheet P-4-25 (9-1-1949) (2 cars: 4607, 4613), Rev. A (2-13-56); Rev. B (12-20-57) (4 cars: UP 4607, 4608, 4611, 4613), Rev. C (2-15-65) (4 cars: UP 4607, 4608, 4611, 4613)
d. UP diagram sheet P-4-26 (9-1-49) (no revision) (UP 4611) (not streamlined)

 

Diner -- 3 cars
Pullman, 1928-1929
Standard Heavyweight (Clerestory Roof)

Car
Number
First
Number
Second
Number
Date To
4600 Series
Last
ORPTE Entry
Notes
UP 4622 UP 322 UP 3622 Apr 1946 Mar 1968 1
UP 4627 UP 327 UP 3627 Apr 1946 Jan 1956 2
UP 4629 UP 329 UP 3629 Apr 1946 Jan 1956 3

Built as 300 series Diners in 1927, renumbered to 3600 series Diners (36 seats) in 1940-1942, remodeled to 4600 series Diners (46 seats) in 1946.

(See also UP 36-seat Diners 3622-3629; full data)

General Notes:

a. Seating Capacity: 46 seats
b. Floor Plan: D-CB-20525
c. UP diagram sheet P-4-27 (12/10/1946) (no revision) (UP 4627, 4629) (not streamlined)
d. UP diagram sheet P-4-37 (12/10/1946), Rev. A (2/15/1956) (UP 4622) (not streamlined)

 

Postal Storage -- 2 cars
Pullman, 1910
Arch Roof Heavyweight

Car
Number
Previous
Number
Date
Built
Date To
4654 Series
Notes and Disposition
LA&SL 4654 SPLA&SL 88 Jun 1910 Jan 1922 To LA&SL Postal 4554 in May 1946
LA&SL 4655 SPLA&SL 89 Jun 1910 Jan 1922 To LA&SL Postal 4555 in April 1946

Description:

Length, Over Buffers: 63'-4" (or 63'-7") (LA&SL cars not shown on diagram)
Length, Over Coupler Pulling Faces: (not shown)
Length, Over End Sills: 60'-2"
Length, Inside: 60'-1"
Truck Centers: 44'-2"
Truck Style: 6 wheel (wheelbase not shown)

General Notes:

a. Built as SPLA&SL 88, 89; to LA&SL 4654, 4655 in 1922; to LA&SL 4554, 4555 in 1946; to LA&SL 1485, 1486 in 1951.
b. Pullman Lot 3739; Pullman Plan 2390
c. Shown in ORER, December 1922, as "Mail" cars.
d. UP diagram sheet P-2-8 (10/27/1941) (33 cars: UP 2010-2014, 2030-2035, 2037-2046, 2048-2055, OSL 2116, OWRR&N 2151, 2152, 2154), Rev. A (1/12/1943) (35 cars, LA&SL 4654, 4655 added), Rev. B (12/10/1946) (changed to P-2-6) (35 cars, same numbers as Rev A for P-2-8)
e. Source: UP Equipment Record, LA&SL 4650-4699
   

Diner -- 4 cars
Pullman, 1923 (UP, 1935)
Standard Heavyweight (Clerestory Roof)

Car
Number
Previous
Number
Date
Renumbered
Date
Retired
UP 4685 UP 3685 Apr 1946 Nov 1957
UP 4686 UP 3686 Jun 1946 Feb 1959
UP 4691 UP 3691 May 1946 Nov 1957
UP 4695 UP 3695 Jun 1946 Nov 1957

Description:

Length, Over Buffers: 83'-0"
Length, Over Coupler Pulling Faces: 82'-5"
Length, Over End Sills: 79'-7"
Length, Inside:
Truck Centers: 58'-1"
Truck Style: 6 wheel, steel frame (11'-0" wheelbase)

General Notes:

a. Seating Capacity: 46 seats
b. UP diagram sheet P-4-38 (9/1/1949), Rev. A (2/15/1956) (2 cars: 4685, 4691)
c. UP diagram sheet P-4-28 (12/10/1946) (2 cars: 4686, 4695), Rev. B (12/20/1957) (only 4686 remaining)
   

Baggage Postal -- 2 cars
ACF, 1926
Arch Roof Heavyweight

Car
Number
Date
Retired
Notes and Disposition
LA&SL 4754 Jun 1964  
LA&SL 4755 May 1964  

Description:

Length, Over Buffers: 72'-6"
Length, Over Coupler Pulling Faces: 71'-11"
Length, Over End Sills: 69'-1"
Length, Inside:
Truck Centers: 53'-1"
Truck Style: 6 wheel (11'-0" wheelbase)

General Notes:

a. Builder Floor Plan: D-CB-20826
b. UP Specification 316
c. UP diagram sheet P-2-24 (10/27/1941) (no revision) (2 cars: LA&SL 4754, 4755)
d. UP diagram sheet P-2-28 (10/27/1941), Rev. A (12/10/1946) (changed diagram sheet number and removed top of rail to top of floor measurement) (2 cars: LA&SL 4754, 4755)
   

Postal Baggage Coach -- 1 car
Pullman, 1913
Arch Roof Heavyweight

Car
Number
Previous
Number
Date To
4800
Date
Built
Notes and Disposition
LA&SL 4800 SPLA&SL 205 Sep 1921 Jun 1913 To LA&SL 2800 in October 1948

Description:

Length, Over Buffers: 75'-1"
Length, Over Coupler Pulling Faces: 74'-8"
Length, Over End Sills: 69'-10"
Length, Inside: 68'-7" (calculated)
Truck Centers: 53'-6"
Truck Style: 6 wheel (11'-0" wheelbase)

General Notes:

a. Built as SPLA&SL 205; renumbered to LA&SL 4800 in 1921; renumbered to LA&SL 2800 in 1948.
b. Postal Compartment: 14'-10" length
c. Coach Compartment: 15'-0" length
d. Baggage Compartment: 38'-9" length
e. Coach Seating Capacity: 18 seats
f. Equipped with coal stove and hot water heating in baggage compartment; passenger compartment not heated.
g. Equipped with electric lighting.
h. UP diagram sheet P-2-11-A (3/9/1943) (no revision) (1 car: LA&SL 4800) (changed to P-2-13)
   

Postal Baggage Coach -- 1 car
Pullman, 1913
Arch Roof Heavyweight

Car
Number
Previous
Number
Date To
4801
Date
Built
Notes and Disposition
LA&SL 4801 SPLA&SL 206 Feb 1922 Jun 1913 To LA&SL 2801 in October 1948

Description:

Length, Over Buffers: 75'-5"
Length, Over Coupler Pulling Faces: 74'-9"
Length, Over End Sills: 70'-0"
Length, Inside: (not shown)
Truck Centers: 54'-4"
Truck Style: 6 wheel (11'-0" wheelbase)

General Notes:

a. Built as SPLA&SL 206; renumbered to LA&SL 4801 in 1922; renumbered to LA&SL 2801 in 1948.
b. Postal Compartment: 15 feet length
c. Coach Seating Capacity: 16 seats
d. Equipped with hot water and stove heating in passenger compartment; stove heating in baggage compartment; hot water heating in mail compartment.
e. Equipped with gas lighting.
f. UP diagram sheet P-2-11-B (3/9/1943) (no revision) (1 car: LA&SL 4801) (changed to P-2-14)
   

Diner -- 17 cars
ACF, 1949
Lightweight

(Read more about the six cars sold to Amtrak in 1971)

Car
Number
Date
Built
Date
Retired
Later
Number
Notes
UP 4800 Jan 1949 Sep 1970 UP 906215 1
UP 4801 Jan 1949 Sep 1970 D&RGW 1116 2
UP 4802 Feb 1949 Dec 1971   3
UP 4803 Feb 1949 Oct 1972 Amtrak 8092 4
UP 4804 Feb 1949 Oct 1972 Amtrak 8093 5
UP 4805 Feb 1949 Dec 1971 Algoma Central 505 6
UP 4806 Apr 1949 Dec 1971 Alaska Railroad 4806 7
UP 4807 Feb 1949 Jun 1973 UP Instruction Car 211 8
UP 4808 Mar 1949 (1989) UPP 4808 9
UP 4809 Feb 1949 Oct 1972 Amtrak 8094 10
UP 4810 Feb 1949 (1991)   11
UP 4811 Mar 1949 Oct 1972 Amtrak 8095 12
UP 4812 Mar 1949 Oct 1972 Amtrak 8096 13
UP 4813 Mar 1949 Dec 1971   14
UP 4814 Mar 1949 Dec 1971   15
UP 4815 Mar 1949 Dec 1971 Alaska Railroad 4815 16
UP 4816 Mar 1949 Oct 1972 Amtrak 8097 17

Description:

Length, Over Buffers, Coupled: 85'-0"
Length, Over Coupler Pulling Faces: (not shown)
Length, Over End Sills: 82'-7"
length, Inside:
Truck Centers: 59'-6"
Truck Style: 4 wheel, clasp brakes (9'-0" wheelbase)

General Notes:

a. ACF Lot No: 3032; Floor Plan 7667157
b. Floor Plan: 237-CB-25394
c. Seating Capacity: 48 seats
d. Assignment, Mar 1950: COLA-4, COP-2, COSF-1, COStL-5
e. PL&N Source: UP drawing 357-CB-24787
f. Book: Davies Volume 2, page 63
g. UP diagram sheet P-4-29 (9/1/1949), Rev. A (12/20/1957), Rev. C (7/25/1967)
h. UP Equipment Register: r3-1044; r3-1172
i. Amtrak information taken from "Amtrak By The Numbers" page 186

General Notes:

1. UP 4800; to UP 906215 in 1974; donated to Hermiston, Oregon in 1987
2. UP 4801; sold to Boise Cascade Railroad Society in 1971; to D&RGW 1116 in 1979, off roster
3. UP 4802; sold to D. Wallengren in 1972; to Root Company "Daytona Beach"
4. UP 4803; sold to Amtrak 8092 in October 1972, retired by Amtrak in July 1981
5. UP 4804; sold to Amtrak 8093 in October 1972, retired by Amtrak in July 1981; to Jersey Central Historical Society
6. UP 4805; to Algoma Central 505 in 1972
7. UP 4806; to Alaska Railroad 4806; converted to HEP in 1982; to Alaska 400 in 1990
8. UP 4807; retired in June 1973; remodeled to Instruction Car 211 in October 1973
9. UP 4808; held for special service in January 1974; to Northern Rail Car in 1989; sold back to UP in 1991 (in exchange for UP 4810, the first "City of Los Angeles"); after re-purchase by UP in 1991, UP 4808 became UPP 4808 "City of Los Angeles" (2nd).
10. UP 4809; sold to Amtrak 8094 in October 1972, retired by Amtrak in October 1981; to private owner as "Imperial Table", sold to Mexico in 1987-1989 as Servicio de Coches Dormitorios (SCD) 3676 "Durango", then as FNM 3676 "Durango"
11. UP 4810; held for special service in January 1974; held for special service; named "City of Los Angeles" (1st) in 1988; sold to Northern Rail Car in 1991 in exchange for the former UP 4808, which became UPP 4808 "City of Los Angeles (2nd), also in 1991; UP 4810 was later sold by Northern Rail Car to North Star Rail/Friends of 261 in 1993
12. UP 4811; sold to Amtrak 8095 in October 1972, retired by Amtrak in July 1981; to Luxury Rails Inc.; to KCS (to become KCS 40 "Kansas City") in 2002
13. UP 4812; sold to Amtrak 8096 in October 1972, retired by Amtrak in October 1981; sold to private individual (date?), in service as AMTK 800082
14. UP 4813; stored at Milford, Utah, until sold to Heber Creeper (Wasatch Railroad and Museum Foundation) at Heber, Utah; moved to Heber on (??); used in regular tourist and excursion service until sold to Nevada State Railroad Museum in February 1993, along with several other locomotives and rolling stock; moved to Boulder, Nevada, during summer 1993; refurbished in 2004 and used by the museum's Nevada Southern Railway tourist train at Boulder, Nevada, still in service as of December 2015. (previously reported in error as being sold to D. Wallengren in 1972; to cafe at City of Commerce, California) (Read more about the Heber Creeper tourist railroad)
15. UP 4814; to D. Wallengren in 1972; operated by Overland Rail Travel Corporation as "Mojave River" (800199); sold to Mexico in 1987-1989 as Servicio de Coches Dormitorios (SCD) 3680 "Zitacuaro", to FNM 3680 "Zitacuaro", then to FXE 149004, "Yumari" which was in service along the ChP Copper Canyon route.
16. UP 4815; sold to Alaska Railroad 4815 in 1971, converted to HEP in 1982; sold to Monad Railway Equipment in 2001; sold to Arizona Railway Museum (ARM) in May 2003, delivered to ARM at Chandler, Arizona in September 2005 (information from ARM web site and Tom Klobas, email dated October 3, 2009) (previously reported in error as having gone to Heber Creeper)
17. UP 4816; sold to Amtrak 8097 in October 1972, retired by Amtrak in July 1981

 

Diner -- 2 cars
Pullman-Standard, 1941
Lightweight

UP 4817; see Biltmore (2nd) (LA-607/CP-607)

UP 4818; see Ambassador (2nd) (LA-608/CP-608)

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

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 -- 7 cars
ACF, 1949
Lightweight

Lunch Counter Cafe Lounge -- 7 cars
ACF, 1949 (UP, 1959-1960)
Lightweight

Car
Number
Date
Built
Date
Rebuilt
Date
Retired
Notes
UP 5000 May 1949 May 1959 1987 1
UP 5001 May 1949 Jun 1959 Oct 1968 2
UP 5002 May 1949 Jun 1959 Sep 1970 3
UP 5003 May 1949 Apr 1959 Oct 1968 4
UP 5004 May 1949 May 1960 Dec 1971 5
UP 5005 May 1949 Feb 1960 Oct 1968 6
UP 5006 Jun 1949 May 1959 Oct 1968 7

Description:

Length, Over Buffers, Coupled: 85'-0"
Length, Over Coupler Pulling Faces: (not shown)
Length, Over End Sills: 82'-7"
Length, Inside:
Truck Centers: 59'-6"
Truck Style: 4 wheel, clasp brakes (9'-0" wheelbase)

General Notes:

a. Lot No: 3031
b. Floor Plan: 237-CB-25400
c. To Lunch Counter Cafe Lounge (same number) in 1959-1960 by adding lunch counter
d. UP 5000 to 5017, as Lunch Counter Cafe Lounge cars, served coach passengers traveling on UP's transcontinental trains, inlcuding City of Los Angeles, City of Portland, and City of Denver. These cars had a small (8-stool) lunch counter and six 6 dining-car-style tables, along with a small lounge section that seated about a dozen passengers.
e. Floor Plan (after remodeling): 237-CB-33459
f. Original Lettering: Yellow & Gray
g. Assignment, Mar 1950: COLA-2, COP-4
h. Assignment (after remodeling): City of Portland/City of Denver
i. PL&N UP diagram sheet 357-CB-24787
j. Source: Davies, Volume 2, pages 81-93 (as Cafe Lounge)
k. Book: Ranks, Kratville, Streamliners, page 457 (as Lunch Counter Cafe Lounge)
l. UP diagram sheet P-4-39 (9/1/1949), Rev. A (2/15/1956) (as Cafe Lounge)
m. UP diagram sheet P-4-39 (3/2/1959), Rev. A (2/15/1956), Rev. B (12/20/1957), Rev. C (3/2/1959), Rev. D (7/7/1961) (as Lunch Counter Cafe Lounge) (2 cars remaining, 5002, 5004)
n. UP Equipment Record: r3-1045; r3-1174; r3-1176

Notes:

1. UP 5000 was first retired in October 1968; sold to Overland Rail Travel in 1970; sold back to UP 5000 in March 1977; sold to Mexico in 1987 as Servicio de Coches Dormitorios (SCD) 3673 "Nuevo Leon"
2. UP 5001 was sold to Pacific Railroad Society "Starlight Cafe" in 1970; as of March 2016 on long term lease to Southern California Railway Plaza Association in Fullerton, California. (Andrew Novak, email dated March 18, 2016)
3. UP 5002 was sold to Steelmet Inc., in 1972
4. UP 5003 was sold to Steelmet Inc., in 1972
5. UP 5004 was retired in December 1971. Sold to Alaska Railroad 5004 in 1971; to Northern Rail Car in 1987; to American-European Express "Zurich" (AEE-7, AEE 800301); to American Orient Express "Zurich" (AOEX 800301). To GrandLuxe Rail Journeys in April 2006, stored after August 2008; to Xanterra (American Railway Explorer) in 2010, renamed as "Crater Lake"; to Greenbier Express in 2011, fully intact and serviceable; sold at auction on September 18, 2014 to an undisclosed buyer.
6. UP 5005 was sold to Steelmet Inc., in 1972
7. UP 5006 was sold to Steelmet Inc., in 1972

 

Cafe Lounge -- 2 cars
Pullman-Standard, 1941 (UP, 1956)
Lightweight

Car
Number
Previous
Name/Number
Date
Built
Date
Retired
Notes
UP 5007 (1st) Mission Inn LA-611 Jul 1941 Apr 1959 1
UP 5008 (1st) Hacienda LA-612 Jul 1941 Apr 1959 2

Description:

Length, Over Coupler Pulling Faces: 84'-6"
Length, Over End Sills: 82'-4"
Truck Centers: 59'-6"
Truck Style: 4-wheel (9'-0" wheelbase)

Car History

Car
Number
Car
Number
Date To
Number
Date From
Number
LA-611 Mission Inn LA-612 Hacienda Jul 1941 (new) Apr 1947 (remodeled)
CP-611 Mission Inn CP-612 Hacienda Apr 1947 (remodeled) Dec 1948 (UP-owned)
CP-611 Mission Inn CP-612 Hacienda Dec 1948 (UP-owned) April 1949 (remodeled)
LA-611 Mission Inn LA-612 Hacienda April 1949 (remodeled) Mar 1956
UP 5007 (1st) UP 5008 (1st) Mar 1956 Apr 1959

General Notes:

a. Built as Cafe Lounge (24-seat Cafe, 29-seat Lounge) for City of Los Angeles service
b. Remodeled in 1947 as 56-seat Diner for daily City of Portland service
c. Remodeled in 1949 to Cafe Lounge for City of Los Angeles service, following the March 1949 delivery of the 4800-series ACF diners.
d. City of Portland daily service started on February 15, 1947, but not with these two cars. These cars were remodeled in April 1947 and changed to City of Portland service, along with other Streamliner fleet changes to support daily City of Los Angeles service, which started on May 14, 1947.
e. Reference UP drawing 236-ST-4557, Rev. C, dated June 2, 1947, showing changes in train consists to support daily City of Portland service after the start of daily City of Los Angeles service.
f. Pullman Lot 6635
g. Pullman Plan 7446
h. Pullman Floor Plan 82-B-4
i. UP Floor Plan 237-ST-3774
j. Plans and photos in The Official Pullman-Standard Library, Volume 14, pages 34-39
k. Photos and data in Union Pacific Streamliners, pages 214, 216-218, 310
l. UP folio diagram sheet P-4-40 (10-27-42); Rev. A (12-6-46); Rev. B (1-5-54); Rev. C (2-15-1956)
m. UP Equipment Record: r3-1069 (LA-1 to LA-703); r3-0978 (LA-611, LA-612); r3-1176 (UP 5000-5008)

Notes:

1. UP 5007 (1st) was built in July 1941 as Mission Inn LA-611, as part of the revised 7th Train (COLA); remodeled to 56-seat Diner in April 1947 and used in daily City of Portland service as CP-611; to UP ownership when the UP-SP-C&NW Joint Ownership ended on December 1, 1948; remodeled back to Cafe Lounge when returned to COLA service as LA-611 in April 1949; to UP 5007 (1st) in March 1956 (Mission Inn name removed); retired by UP in April 1959.
2. UP 5008 (1st) was built in July 1941 as Hacienda LA-612, as part of the 9th Train (COLA); remodeled to 56-seat Diner in April 1947 and used in daily City of Portland service as CP-612; to UP ownership when the UP-SP-C&NW Joint Ownership ended on December 1, 1948; remodeled back to Cafe Lounge when returned to COLA service as LA-612 in April 1949; to UP 5008 (1st) in March 1956 (Hacienda name removed); retired by UP in April 1959

 

Lunch Counter Cafe Lounge -- 10 cars
St. Louis Car, 1959
Lightweight

Cafe Lounge -- 10 cars
St. Louis Car, 1959
Lightweight

(Read more about the three cars were sold to Amtrak in 1972)

Car
Number
Date
Built
Date
Retired
Notes
UP 5007 (2nd) Aug 1959 Dec 1971 1
UP 5008 (2nd) Sep 1959 Oct 1972 2
UP 5009 Oct 1959 Oct 1971 3
UP 5010 Oct 1959 Oct 1972 4
UP 5011 Oct 1959 Dec 1971 5
UP 5012 Nov 1959 Dec 1971 6
UP 5013 Nov 1959 Dec 1971 7
UP 5014 Dec 1959 Dec 1971 8
UP 5015 Dec 1959   9
UP 5016 Jan 1960 May 1972 10

Description:

Length, Over Buffers:
Length, Over Coupler Pulling Faces: 85'-0"
Length, Over End Sills:
Length, Inside:
Truck Centers: 59'-6"
Truck Style: 4 wheel, with disc brakes (9'-0" wheelbase)

General Notes:

a. Lot No: 1806
b. Floor Plan: 234-CB-35162
c. Book: Davies Volume 1, page 179 (as Lunch Counter-Cafe-Lounge)
d. UP diagram sheet P-4-40 (6/18/1959) (as Lunch Counter-Cafe-Lounge), Rev. B (7/7/1961)
e. UP Equipment Record: r3-1174
f. Amtrak information taken from "Amtrak By The Numbers" page 157

Notes:

1. UP 5007 (2nd); sold to Simco Inc., in 1972
2. UP 5008 (2nd); sold to Amtrak 8340 in October 1972, retired by Amtrak in July 1981; sold to Providence & Worcester, where it is currently in service as a diner carrying both the number 8340 as well as the name "Connecticut." (update from Joshua Moldover via email dated April 8, 2011)
3.

UP 5009; leased to Amtrak in 1971, wrecked on GM&O on August 13, 1971; retired by UP in October 1971; sold to Amtrak 8342 in October 1972, retired in July 1981; sold to a private individual and stored (as of October 2011) in Willits, California, with a companion 5000 series Cafe-Lounge.

4. UP 5010; sold to Amtrak 8341 in October 1972, retired by Amtrak in July 1981
5. UP 5011; sold to Golden Wool Co., in 1972; to Classic Rail Travel; to Northern Rail Car; to UP Heritage Fleet at Cheyenne in 1989, to Diner-Lounge "City of Denver"
6. UP 5012; sold to Alaska Railroad 5012 in December 1971; sold to St. Louis Car Co. in 1987
7. UP 5013; sold to Alaska Railroad 5013 in December 1971; sold to St. Louis Car Co. in 1987; to RailCruise America "Osage River" in 2001
8. UP 5014; sold to Alaska Railroad 5014 in December 1971; sold to St. Louis Car Co. in 1987; sold to American-European Express in 1989 as AE-8 "Chicago"; to American Orient Express in 1995 as AOE "Chicago" (AOEX 800308); to GrandLuxe Rail Journeys in April 2006, stored after August 2008; to Xanterra (American Rail Explorer) in 2010, name changed to "Zion"; to Grand Canyon Railway.
9. UP 5015; set aside in January 1974 and held for special service; remodeled to UPP Diner-Lounge 302 in 1987; named "Overland" in 1988
10. UP 5016; sold to Stockton Terminal & Eastern Railroad in 1972; donated to Golden Gate Railroad Museum, San Francisco, California; sold to Rail Journeys West in late 2003; sold to Empire Builder Private Cars in March 2004; sold to UP in April 2004 for use in the Steam Program at Cheyenne, Wyoming. (part from David Varilek via email on September 14, 2007)
   

Dormitory Kitchen Diner (Articulated) -- 5 two-car sets (10 cars)
Pullman-Standard, 1937
Lightweight

Car
Number
Car Type Date
Built
Notes and Disposition
UP 5100 Dormitory Kitchen Aug 1937 To UP 5100 (2nd) in March 1956
  Diner Aug 1937 To UP 5101 (2nd) in March 1956
UP 5101 Dormitory Kitchen Sep 1937 To UP 5102 (2nd) in April 1956
  Diner Sep 1937 To UP 5103 (2nd) in April 1956
UP 5102 Dormitory Kitchen Sep 1937 To UP 5104 (2nd) in March 1956
  Diner Sep 1937 To UP 5105 (2nd) in March 1956
UP 5103 Dormitory Kitchen Sep 1937 To UP 5106 (2nd) in March 1956
  Diner Sep 1937 To UP 5107 in March 1956
UP 5104 Dormitory Kitchen Sep 1937 To UP 5108 in March 1956; assigned to COSF service in August 1939, replacing the wrecked SF-601 and SF-602
  Diner Sep 1937 To UP 5109 in March 1956; assigned to COSF service in August 1939, replacing the wrecked SF-601 and SF-602

Description:

Length, Over Buffers (both cars): 140'-4"
Length, Over Coupler Pulling Faces (both cars): 140'-0"
Length, Over End Sills (each car): 68'-0"
Length, Inside:
Truck Centers: 57'-6" + 57'-6"
Truck Wheelbase: 8'-6"/11'-10"

General Notes:

a. Assigned to Challenger service
b. Builder Lot No.: 6510
c. Seating Capacity (Diner only): 68 seats
d. Articulated over a shared 6 wheel truck (11'-0" wheelbase).
e. Dormitory Kitchen cars remodeled in 1937 by UP at Omaha.
f. Floor Plan (after remodeling): 235-CB-22234 (Diner) and 235-CB-22235 (Dormitory Kitchen).
g. Articulated Dormitory-Kitchen and Diner 5100-5104 renumbered to 5100-5109 in 1956 (letter for fleet renumbering dated February 27, 1956)
h. Cars renumbered, March 1956
i. UP diagram sheet P-4-11 (10/27/1941) (Dormitory Kitchen), Rev. A (1/12/1943)
j. UP diagram sheet P-4-12 (10/27/1941) (Diner), Rev. A (1/12/1943)
k. UP diagram sheet P-4-30 (10/27/1941), Rev. C (7/27/1950)
l. UP diagram sheet P-4-31 (10/27/1941), Rev. B (12/10/1946)
   

Dormitory Kitchen Diner (Articulated) -- 2 two-car sets (4 cars)
AC&F, 1953
Lightweight

Car
Number
Car Type Date
Built
Notes and Disposition
UP 5105 Dormitory Kitchen Dec 1953 To UP 5110 in March 1956
  Diner Dec 1953 To UP 5111 in March 1956
UP 5106 Dormitory Kitchen Jan 1954 To UP 5112 in March 1956
  Diner Jan 1954 To UP 5113 in March 1856

Description:

Length, Over Buffers: (not shown)
Length, Coupler Pulling Face to centerline of drawbar: 85'-0"
Length, Over End Sills: 82'-7"
Length, Inside:
Truck Centers: 59'-6"
Trucks: 4 wheel (9'-0" wheelbase)

General Notes:

a. Lot No.: 3811 (Diner)
b. Lot No.: 3814 (Dormitory-Kitchen)
c. Builder Floor Plan: 7679570 (Dormitory-Kitchen)
d. Builder Floor Plan: 7679572 (Diner)
e. Floor Plan: 237-CB-32459 (Diner)
f. Floor Plan: 237-CB-32463 (Dormitory-Kitchen)
g. Connected by drawbar (not articulated)
h. Twin Diner (Dormitory-Kitchen and Diner) 5105, 5106 renumbered to 5110-5113 in 1956 (letter for fleet renumbering dated February 27, 1956)
i. UP diagram sheet P-4-32 (1/15/1954) (Dormitory-Kitchen), Rev. A (2/15/1956) (as 5105, 5106), Rev. B (12/20/1957), Rev. C (3/2/1959)
j. UP diagram sheet P-4-33 (1/15/1954) (Diner), Rev. A (2/15/1956) (as 5105, 5106), Rev. B (12/20/1957), Rev. C (3/2/1959)
   

Dormitory Kitchen Diner (Articulated) -- 5 two-car sets (10 cars)
Pullman-Standard, 1937
Lightweight

Car
Number
Previous
Number
Car Type Date
Built
Date
Renumbered
Date
Retired
Notes and Disposition
UP 5100 (2nd) UP 5100 Dormitory Kitchen Aug 1937 Mar 1956 Nov 1960  
UP 5101 (2nd) UP 5100 Diner Aug 1937 Mar 1956 Nov 1960  
UP 5102 (2nd) UP 5101 Dormitory Kitchen Sep 1937 Apr 1956 Dec 1960  
UP 5103 (2nd) UP 5101 Diner Sep 1937 Apr 1956 Dec 1960  
UP 5104 (2nd) UP 5102 Dormitory Kitchen Sep 1937 Mar 1956 Dec 1960  
UP 5105 (2nd) UP 5102 Diner Sep 1937 Mar 1956 Dec 1960  
UP 5106 (2nd) UP 5103 Dormitory Kitchen Sep 1937 Mar 1956 Dec 1960  
UP 5107 UP 5103 Diner Sep 1937 Mar 1956 Dec 1960  
UP 5108 UP 5104 Dormitory Kitchen Sep 1937 Mar 1956 Aug 1960  
UP 5109 UP 5104 Diner Sep 1937 Mar 1956 Aug 1960  

Description:

Length, Over Buffers (both cars): 140'-4"
Length, Over Coupler Pulling Faces (both cars): 140'-0"
Length, Over End Sills (each car): 68'-0"
Length, Inside:
Truck Centers: 57'-6" + 57'-6"
Truck Wheelbase: 8'-6"/11'-10"

General Notes:

a. Builder Lot No.: 6510
b. Seating Capacity (Diner only): 68 seats
c. Articulated over a shared 6 wheel truck (11'-0" wheelbase).
d. Dormitory Kitchen cars remodeled in 1937 by UP at Omaha.
e. Floor Plan (after remodeling): 235-CB-22234 (Diner) and 235-CB-22235 (Dormitory Kitchen).
f. Articulated Dormitory-Kitchen and Diner 5100-5104 renumbered to 5100-5109 in 1956 (letter for fleet renumbering dated February 27, 1956)
g. Cars renumbered, March 1956
h. UP diagram sheet P-4-11 (10/27/1941) (Dormitory Kitchen), Rev. A (1/12/1943)
i. UP diagram sheet P-4-12 (10/27/1941) (Diner), Rev. A (1/12/1943)
j. UP diagram sheet P-4-30 (10/27/1941), Rev. C (7/27/1950)
k. UP diagram sheet P-4-31 (10/27/1941), Rev. B (12/10/1946)
   

Dormitory Kitchen Diner (Drawbar-connected) -- 2 two-car sets (4 cars)
AC&F, 1953
Lightweight

Car
Number
Previous
Number
Car Type Date
Built
Date
Renumbered
Date
Retired
Notes
UP 5110 UP 5105 Dormitory Kitchen Dec 1953 Mar 1956 Oct 1968 1
UP 5111 UP 5105 Diner Dec 1953 Mar 1956 Oct 1968 2
UP 5112 UP 5106 Dormitory Kitchen Jan 1954 Mar 1956 Oct 1968 3
UP 5113 UP 5106 Diner Jan 1954 Mar 1956 Oct 1968 4

Description:

Length, Over Buffers: (not shown)
Length, Coupler Pulling Face to centerline of drawbar: 85'-0"
Length, Over End Sills: 82'-7"
Length, Inside:
Truck Centers: 59'-6"
Trucks: 4 wheel (9'-0" wheelbase)

General Notes:

a. Assigned to the modernized City of Denver from time of delivery in 1954 until retirement in 1968.
b. Lot No.: 3811 (Diner)
c. Lot No.: 3814 (Dormitory-Kitchen)
d. Builder Floor Plan: 7679570 (Dormitory-Kitchen)
e. Builder Floor Plan: 7679572 (Diner)
f. Floor Plan: 237-CB-32463 (Dormitory-Kitchen)
g. Floor Plan: 237-CB-32459 (Diner)
h. Connected by drawbar (not articulated)
i. Twin Diner (Dormitory-Kitchen and Diner) 5105, 5106 renumbered to 5110-5113 in 1956 (letter for fleet renumbering dated February 27, 1956)
j. UP diagram sheet P-4-32 (1/15/1954) (Dormitory-Kitchen), Rev. A (2/15/1956) (as 5105, 5106), Rev. B (12/20/1957), Rev. C (3/2/1959) (see Davies, page 154)
k. UP diagram sheet P-4-33 (1/15/1954) (Diner), Rev. A (2/15/1956) (as 5105, 5106), Rev. B (12/20/1957), Rev. C (3/2/1959) (see Davies, page 155)
l. Source: The Passenger Car Library, Volume 7, Southwestern Roads, by W. David Randall; pages 40-41 (Dining Cars) and pages 50-51 (Kitchen-Dormitory), showing photos and builder floor plans
m. Source: Union Pacific Passenger Cars, Volume 1, 1950-1964, by Greg Davies; pages 154-178; showing exterior and interior photos and UP folio diagram sheets
n. Source: Streamliner Cars, Volume 3, ACF and Other Builders, by W. David Randall, pages 57-58
o. Source: Union Pacific Streamliners, by Kratville, pages 149, 452
p. Source: Car Names, Numbers and Consists, by Robert Wayner, page 168
q. UP Equipment Record: r3-1046 (UP 5100-5106); r3-1178 (UP 5100-5106); r3-1177 (UP 5100-5113)

Notes:

1. UP 5110, Dormitory Kitchen, was built in 1953 as part of UP 5105; renumbered to UP 5110 in March 1956; retired in October 1968; sold to Chrome Crankshaft, Bell, California; sold to Ventura County Railroad
2. UP 5111, Diner, was built in 1953 as part of UP 5105; renumbered to UP 5111 in March 1956; retired in October 1968; sold to Chrome Crankshaft, Bell, California; sold to a restaurant in Riverside, California; later scrapped.
3. UP 5112, Dormitory Kitchen, was built in 1953 as part of UP 5106; renumbered to UP 5112 in March 1956; retired in October 1968; to Great Western Tours "Nomad"; to Sierra Railroad 112 in 1980; retired in 1982; to Western Rail Services in 1986; to Cape Cod Railroad (date?); to British Columbia Rail, renovated by Northern Rail Car in November 2000, numbered as BC Rail 1740 (D'Arcy), in service on BC Rail's Whistler Northwind until that service ended in 2001; sold to American Orient Express as "Vancouver" (AOEX 800764) and first used as part of the second AOE train in September 2002; to GrandLuxe Rail Journeys in April 2006; sold after GrandLuxe's bankruptcy in 2008; stored off trucks at Colorado Railcar at Fort Lupton, Colorado; reported sold by broker DF Barnhart; currently owned by Marcus Rail, LLC. (update from Daniel Quiat, via email dated March 22, 2014)
4. UP 5113, Diner, was built in 1953 as part of UP 5106; renumbered to UP 5113 in March 1956; retired in October 1968; to Great Western Tours "Adventurer"; to Sierra Railroad 112 in 1980; retired in 1982; to Western Rail Services in 1986; to Cape Cod Railroad (date?); to British Columbia Rail, renovated by Northern Rail Car in November 2000, numbered as BC Rail 1741 (Strathnaver), in service on BC Rail's Whistler Northwind until that service ended in 2001; sold to American Orient Express as "Jasper" (AOEX 800765) and first used as part of the second AOE train in September 2002; to GrandLuxe Rail Journeys in April 2006; sold after GrandLuxe's bankruptcy in 2008; stored off trucks at Colorado Railcar at Fort Lupton, Colorado; reported sold by broker DF Barnhart; currently owned by Marcus Rail, LLC. (update from Daniel Quiat, via email dated March 22, 2014)
   

Chair -- 12 cars
Pullman-Standard, 1937
Lightweight

Chair Lounge -- 12 cars
Pullman-Standard, 1937 (UP, 1940, 1952)
Lightweight

Car
Number
Date
Built
Date To
Chair Lounge
Date
Retired
Notes and Disposition
UP 5200 Aug 1937 Apr 1952 Nov 1964 Remodeled to Club Lounge (same number) in 1953
UP 5201 Aug 1937 Apr 1952   To UP Club Lounge 1502 in July 1954
UP 5202 Aug 1937 Apr 1952 Nov 1964 Remodeled to Club Lounge (same number) in 1953
UP 5203 Aug 1937 1940   To UP Lounge 1521 in July 1946
UP 5204 Aug 1937 1940   To UP Club Lounge 1522 (with blunt end) in April 1947
UP 5205 Aug 1937 1940   To UP Club Lounge 1516 (with blunt end) in February 1947
UP 5206 Aug 1937 1940   To UP Club Lounge 1517 in February 1947
UP 5207 Aug 1937 1940   To UP Club Lounge 1518 (with blunt end) in February 1947
UP 5208 Aug 1937 1940   To UP Club Lounge 1523 (with blunt end) in May 1947
UP 5209 Aug 1937 Apr 1952   To UP Club Lounge 1503 in July 1954
UP 5210 Aug 1937 1940   To UP Club Lounge 1519 (with blunt end) in February 1947
UP 5211 Aug 1937 1940   To UP Club Lounge 1520 in February 1947

Description:

Length, Over Buffers: 81'-4"
Length, Over Coupler Pulling Faces: 81'-0"
Length, Over End Sills: 75'-5"
Length, Inside:
Truck Centers: 56'-0"
Truck Style: 4 wheel (9'-6" wheelbase)

General Notes:

a. Seating Capacity: 56 seats
b. Aluminum and steel construction, with skirts
c. Built with Pullman air conditioning
d. Builder Lot Number 6510
e. Floor Plan: 235-CB-22232
f. All 12 cars built for Los Angeles Challenger and San Francisco Challenger service, as Women's Coaches.
g. Equipped with nurse's room and studio couch, similar to 4200 series heavyweight cars.
h. Eight cars remodeled to Club-Lounge (same numbers) in 1940 and to Chair Lounge 1516-23 in 1947; others in 1951
i. To Chair-Lounge 1947
j. UP diagram sheet P-3-19 (10/27/1941), Rev. A (1/12/1943) (as Chair-Women) (11 cars: 5200-5202, 5204-5211), Rev. B (12/10/1946)
k. UP diagram sheet P-3-27 (10/1/1952), Rev. A (1/5/1954), Rev. B (3/2/1959), Rev. C (6/12/1962) (as Chair Lounge) (2 cars: 5200, 5202)
l. UP diagram sheet P-5-5 (10/16/1940), Rev. A (2/1/1943), Rev. B (12/10/1946) (1 car: UP 5203, temporary UP 1521) (Harley: UP Equipment, p. 50)
m. (for UP 5203) UP diagram sheet S-62 (10/16/1940), Rev. A (2/1/1943) (1 car: UP 5203) (Harley: UP Streamliners, p. 311)
n. (for UP 1521) UP diagram sheet P-5-9 (no date) (1 cars: UP 1521) (Obsolete, see P-5-23, car 997)
   

Chair -- 28 cars
Pullman-Standard, 1937
Lightweight

Car
Number
Date
Built
Date
Retired
Notes and Disposition
UP 5300 Jul 1937 Jun 1964 To Aaron Ferer and Sons (Omaha) in 1968, scrapped
UP 5301 Jul 1937 Nov 1967 To Aaron Ferer and Sons (Omaha) in 1968, scrapped
UP 5302 Jul 1937 Nov 1967 Scrapped in 1968
UP 5303 Jul 1937 Jul 1967 To Sam Barter (Denver) in 1968, scrapped
UP 5304 Jul 1937 Jun 1964  
UP 5305 Jul 1937 Jun 1964 Sold to (?) in January 1967
UP 5306 Jul 1937 Jun 1964 Sold to City of Prineville Railroad, scrapped in mid 1970s (update from Sheldon Perry via email, June 20, 2009)
UP 5307 Jul 1937 Jun 1964 Sold to (?) in January 1968
UP 5308 Jul 1937 Nov 1967 To Sam Barter (Denver) in 1968
UP 5309 Jul 1937 Jun 1964 To Aaron Ferer and Sons (Omaha) in 1968, scrapped
UP 5310 Jul 1937 Nov 1967 To Aaron Ferer and Sons (Omaha) in 1968, scrapped
UP 5311 Jul 1937 Jul 1967 Wrecked at Senter, Idaho, on 21 May 1967; to Sam Barter (Denver) in 1968
UP 5312 Jul 1937 Jun 1964  
UP 5313 Jul 1937 Nov 1967 To Sam Barter (Denver) in 1968, scrapped
UP 5314 Jul 1937 Jun 1964 To Aaron Ferer and Sons (Omaha) in 1968, scrapped
UP 5315 Jul 1937 Jun 1964 To Aaron Ferer and Sons (Omaha) in 1968, scrapped
UP 5316 Jul 1937 Jun 1964 To Aaron Ferer and Sons (Omaha) in 1968, scrapped
UP 5317 Jul 1937 Jun 1964 To Aaron Ferer and Sons (Omaha) in 1968, scrapped
UP 5318 Jul 1937 Jun 1964 To Aaron Ferer and Sons (Omaha) in 1968, scrapped
UP 5319 Jul 1937 Jun 1964 To Aaron Ferer and Sons (Omaha) in 1968, scrapped
UP 5320 Jul 1937 Oct 1966  
UP 5321 Jul 1937 Jun 1964 To Aaron Ferer and Sons (Omaha) in 1968, scrapped
UP 5322 Jul 1937 Jun 1964  
UP 5323 Jul 1937 Jun 1964  
UP 5324 Jul 1937 Jun 1964  
UP 5325 Jul 1937 Nov 1967 To Sam Barter (Denver)
UP 5326 Jul 1937 Jun 1964  
UP 5327 Jul 1937 Jun 1964  

Description:

Length, Over Buffers: 81'-4"
Length, Over Coupler Pulling Faces: 81'-0"
Length, Over End Sills: 75'-5"
Length, Inside:
Truck Centers: 56'-0"
Truck Style: 4 wheel (8'-6" wheelbase)

General Notes:

a. Seating Capacity: 48 seats
b. Aluminum and steel construction, with skirts
c. Built with Pullman air conditioning
d. Built with full-width diaphragms, removed between 1943 and 1946
e. Builder Lot Number 6510
f. Floor Plan: 235-CB-22229
g. UP diagram sheet P-3-20 (10/27/1941), Rev. A (1/12/1943)
h. UP diagram sheet P-3-28 (10/27/1941), Rev. A (1/12/1943), Rev. B (12/10/1946), Rev. C (1/5/1954) (20 cars remaining), Rev. D (12/1/1964) (9 cars remaining)
i. UP Equipment Record: r3-1049; r3-1180

Q: Can anyone tell me if the 5300 coaches had their skirts removed or if they received different trucks during their service life? An example of the class car I am talking about is illustrated on page 72, top illustration, of "UP Color Guide to Freight and Passenger Equipment, Vol. 2" by Lou Schmitz. (Art Gibson, posted to UP Modelers discussion group, May 23, 2005)

A: Art asks a very interesting question, for which the best answer may be found in the September 1965 photo he references.

The 5300-5327 Chair cars were built by Pullman in the summer of 1937 as part of lot 6510. They are illustrated in Vol. 14 of The Pullman Standard Library. On page 14 of that book is a photo of the unique 8'-6" wheelbase trucks used on Lot 6510 (which included the 5200-5211 Chair cars and the 5100-5104 Kitchen-Diners). The referenced photo shows those same trucks under 5322, though it appears that a stabilizer bar has been added to the outside of the trucks. Also, the diagram for these cars still shows 8'-6" trucks in the 12-1-64 revision.

The 1-5-54 revision of the diagram shows that the skirts were removed, but that obviously did not happen to 5322 before September 1965. Whether other cars in the series had their skirts removed or when, I do not know. I can't think of any UP passenger cars delivered after WWII that had skirts, and many pre-war cars (like the American and Imperial sleepers) had their skirts removed in the late 1940s. More photos need to be found to document the 5300-5327 Chair cars.

The 5300-5327 cars were retired in the mid 1960s. Car 5322 was retired June 1964, so the referenced photo is of the car after retirement.

Modeling the 5300-5327 Chair cars would be an interesting task. In addition to their unique trucks, they were also fairly unique in having truck centers of 56'-0" and a distance between coupler pulling faces of 81'-0". They were delivered with full width diaphragms, but those were removed in the 1940s. (Dick Harley, posted to UP Modelers discussion group, June 8, 2005)

   

Chair -- 15 cars
Pullman-Standard, 1942
Lightweight

(Read more about UP 5332 after being sold to Amtrak)

Car
Number
Date
Built
Date
Retired
Notes
UP 5331 Feb 1942 May 1968 1
UP 5332 Feb 1942 Aug 1968 2
UP 5333 Feb 1942 Aug 1968 3
UP 5334 Feb 1942 Aug 1968 4
UP 5335 Feb 1942 Aug 1968 5
UP 5336 Feb 1942 Apr 1967 6
UP 5337 Feb 1942 Aug 1965 7
UP 5338 Feb 1942 Aug 1968 8
UP 5339 Feb 1942 Apr 1967 9
UP 5340 Feb 1942 Dec 1966 10
UP 5341 Feb 1942 Aug 1968 11
UP 5342 Feb 1942 Nov 1946 12
UP 5343 Feb 1942 Aug 1965 13
UP 5344 Feb 1942 Jul 1967 14
UP 5345 Feb 1942 Apr 1967 15

Description:

Length, Over Buffers: 85'-0"
Length, Over Coupler Pulling Faces: 84'-9"
Length, Over End Sills: 78'-11"
Length, Inside:
Truck Centers: 59'-6"
Truck Style: 4 wheel, clasp brakes (9'-0" wheelbase)

General Notes:

a. Seating Capacity: 48 seats
b. Lot No: 6663
c. Floor Plan: 237-CB-22833
d. Louvered skirt, removed in (?)
e. Delivered in olive green paint and dulux gold lettering; most cars changed to two-tone gray in 1946, others changed to Streamliner yellow and gray in 1947.
f. PL&N Source: 357-CB-22873, 357-CB-23984
g. PL&N Source: Davies, Vol. 2, page 224
h. Book: Davies Volume 2, page 46
i. UP diagram sheet P-3-20-A (1/2/1942) (15 cars: 5331-5345), Rev. A (1/12/1943) (15 cars: 5331-5345; length over buffers deleted)
j. UP diagram sheet P-3-29 (1/2/1942) (15 cars: 5331-5345), Rev. A (1/12/1943), Rev. B (12/10/1946) (5342 missing), Rev. C (1/5/1954), Rev. D 12/20/1957), Rev. E (3/2/1959) (5 cars: 5331, 5334, 5335, 5338, 5341, with 5337 and 5343 crossed out)
k. UP diagram sheet P-3-31 (10/2/1959) (4 cars: 5332, 5333, 5360, 5364, with 5336, 5339, 5340, 5345, 5352, 5353, 5359, and 5363 crossed out) (no revision)
l. UP Equipment Record: r3-1049; r3-1180

Notes:

1. UP 5331; scrapped in 1968
2. UP 5332; sold to AutoLiner Corp. (AUT) 302 "Auto Port" in 1970; to Amtrak Power Car 1299; to Amtrak HEP Power Car 692; to Amtrak work equipment 17091 in August 1983, off roster. (Amtrak By The Numbers, page 57)
3. UP 5333;
4. UP 5334; scrapped in 1969
5. UP 5335; to Inspection Car 204 in 1973; sold to Mexico in 1987
6. UP 5336; scrapped in 1969
7. UP 5337;
8. UP 5338; remodeled to UP Museum Exhibition Car 1869 for "Centennial Expo" service in November 1968; retired in December 1969; loaned by UP to Western Heritage Museum (Omaha); sold to Empire Builder Private Cars in March 1995; to Ogden Union Station in March 1996; still there as of December 2013. (part from David Varilek via email on August 16, 2007)
9. UP 5339; scrapped in 1968
10. UP 5340; donated to Promontory Chapter NRHS (date?); moved to Heber City, Utah as part of Heber Creeper collection (date?); to Heber Valley Historic Railroad in July 1992
11. UP 5341; to Instruction Car 203 in 1973; sold to Mexico in 1987
12. UP 5342 was wrecked on September 27, 1946 at Victorville, California; retired in November 1946
13. UP 5343;
14. UP 5344; scrapped in 1968
15. UP 5345; scrapped in 1968
   

Chair -- 15 cars
Pullman-Standard, 1942
Lightweight

(Read more about the two cars that were later sold to Amtrak)

Car
Number
Date
Built
Date
Retired
Amtrak
Numbers
Notes
UP 5351 Feb 1942 Aug 1968   1
UP 5352 Feb 1942 Dec 1966   2
UP 5353 Mar 1942 Dec 1965   3
UP 5354 Mar 1942 Aug 1965   4
UP 5355 Mar 1942 Oct 1965   5
UP 5356 Mar 1942 May 1965   6
UP 5357 Mar 1942 Apr 1967   7
UP 5358 Mar 1942 Apr 1967 AMTK 1297 8
UP 5359 Mar 1942 Dec 1965   9
UP 5360 Mar 1942 Aug 1968   10
UP 5361 Mar 1942 Aug 1968   11
UP 5362 Mar 1942 May 1965   12
UP 5363 Mar 1942 Nov 1965   13
UP 5364 Mar 1942 Aug 1968 AMTK 1298 14
UP 5365 Mar 1942 Aug 1968   15

Description:

Length, Over Buffers: 85'-0"
Length, Over Coupler Pulling Faces: 84'-9"
Length, Over End Sills: 78'-11"
Length, Inside:
Truck Centers: 59'-6"
Truck Style: 4 wheel, clasp brakes (9'-0" wheelbase)

General Notes:

a. Seating Capacity: 48 seats
b. Lot No: 6663
c. Floor Plan: 237-CB-23259
d. Louvered skirt, removed in (?)
e. Delivered in olive green paint and dulux gold lettering; most cars changed to two-tone gray in 1946, others changed to Streamliner yellow and gray in 1947.
f. PL&N Source: 357-CB-22873, 357-CB-23984
g. PL&N Source: Davies, Vol. 2, page 224
h. Book: Davies Volume 2, page 47
i. UP diagram sheet P-3-20-B (1/2/1942), Rev. A (1/12/1943
j. UP diagram sheet P-3-30 (1/2/1942), Rev. B (12/10/1946), Rev. E (12/20/1957) (9 cars remaining)
k. UP diagram sheet P-3-31 (10/2/1959) (4 cars: 5332, 5333, 5360, 5364, with 5336, 5339, 5340, 5345, 5352, 5353, 5359, and 5363 crossed out) (no revision)
l. UP Equipment Record: r3-1181

Notes:

1. UP 5351; to AutoLiner Corp. (AUT) 300 "Auto Haven" in 1970; converted by AutoLiner to Amtrak HEP Car 1297 in July 1975; to Amtrak HEP Car 690 in November 1977; to Amtrak work equipment 17089 in August 1983, off roster. (Amtrak By The Numbers, page 57)
2. UP 5352;
3. UP 5353;
4. UP 5354;
5. UP 5355;
6. UP 5356;
7. UP 5357; scrapped in 1969
8. UP 5358; scrapped in 1969
9. UP 5359;
10. UP 5360; scrapped in 1968
11. UP 5361;
12. UP 5362;
13. UP 5363;
14. UP 5364; to AutoLiner Corp. (AUT) 301 "Auto Park" in 1970; converted by AutoLiner to Amtrak HEP Car 1298 in July 1975; to Amtrak HEP Car 691 in November 1977; to Amtrak work equipment 17090 in August 1983, off roster. (Amtrak By The Numbers, page 57)
15. UP 5365; sold to R. Sperry (Los Angeles) in 1972
   

Chair (44 seats) -- 50 cars
Pullman-Standard, 1950
Lightweight

(Read more about the 10 cars later sold to Amtrak)

(Read more about the 23 cars later sold to Ringling Bros. and Barnum & Bailey circus trains)

Car
Number
Date
Built
Date
Retired
Ringling Bros.
Number
Notes
UP 5400 Jun 1950 Aug 1951   1
UP 5401 Jul 1950 Dec 1971 RBBX 42001 2
UP 5402 Jun 1950 Dec 1971 RBBX 42002 3
UP 5403 Jul 1950 Dec 1971   4
UP 5404 Jul 1950 Dec 1971   5
UP 5405 Jul 1950 Oct 1968 RBBX 42003 6
UP 5406 Jul 1950 Oct 1971 RBBX 42004 7
UP 5407 Jul 1950 Oct 1971 RBBX 42005 8
UP 5408 Jul 1950 Dec 1971   9
UP 5409 Jul 1950 Oct 1971   10
UP 5410 Jul 1950 Oct 1971 RBBX 42006 11
UP 5411 Jul 1950 Oct 1971   12
UP 5412 Aug 1950 Oct 1968   13
UP 5413 Jul 1950 Dec 1971   14
UP 5414 Aug 1950 Dec 1971 RBBX 42007 15
UP 5415 Aug 1950 Dec 1971   16
UP 5416 Aug 1950 Dec 1971   17
UP 5417 Aug 1950 Dec 1971 RBBX 42008 18
UP 5418 Aug 1950 Oct 1968 RBBX 42009 19
UP 5419 Aug 1950 Oct 1968 RBBX 42010 20
UP 5420 Aug 1950 Dec 1971   21
UP 5421 Aug 1950 Oct 1968 RBBX 42011 22
UP 5422 Aug 1950 Oct 1971 RBBX 42012 23
UP 5423 Aug 1950 Dec 1969   24
UP 5424 Aug 1950 Dec 1971   25
UP 5425 Aug 1950 Dec 1971 RBBX 42013 26
UP 5426 Aug 1950 Dec 1969   27
UP 5427 Aug 1950 Oct 1971   28
UP 5428 Aug 1950 Dec 1971   29
UP 5429 Aug 1950 Dec 1969   30
UP 5430 Aug 1950 Dec 1969   31
UP 5431 Aug 1950 Oct 1968 RBBX 42014 32
UP 5432 Aug 1950 Dec 1971 RBBX 42015 33
UP 5433 Sep 1950 Dec 1971 RBBX 42016 34
UP 5434 Sep 1950 Oct 1968 RBBX 42017 35
UP 5435 Sep 1950 Oct 1968 RBBX 42018 36
UP 5436 Sep 1950 Dec 1969   37
UP 5437 Sep 1950 Dec 1971   38
UP 5438 Sep 1950 Oct 1968 RBBX 42019 39
UP 5439 Sep 1950 Oct 1968 RBBX 42020 40
UP 5440 Sep 1950 Oct 1968 RBBX 42021 41
UP 5441 Sep 1950 Dec 1971   42
UP 5442 Sep 1950 Oct 1968   43
UP 5443 Sep 1950 Dec 1971 RBBX 42023 44
UP 5444 Sep 1950 Dec 1971 RBBX 42022 45
UP 5445 Sep 1950 Dec 1969   46
UP 5446 Sep 1950 Nov 1957   47
UP 5447 Sep 1950 Jun 1956   48
UP 5448 Oct 1950 Jan 1952   49
UP 5449 Oct 1950 Nov 1951   50

Description:

Length, Over Buffers:
Length, Over Coupler Pulling Faces: 85'-0"
Length, Over End Sills:
Length, Inside:
Truck Centers: 59'-6"
Truck Style: 4 wheel, with disc brakes (9'-0" wheelbase)

General Notes:

a. Lot No: 6844
b. Floor Plan: 237-CB-25397
c. Book: Davies Volume 1, page 87
d. UP diagram sheet P-3-42 (9-1-49), Rev. B (12/20/1957) (45 cars remaining), Rev. C (7/26/1966) (45 cars remaining)
e. Eleven cars shown as sold to Grand Trunk Western (GTW) were part of a total of 18 cars sold to GTW in 1969 to update GTW's commute service between Detroit and Pontiac, Michigan; GTW commute operations were taken over by the public transit company Southeastern Michigan Transportation Authority (SEMTA) in 1977; SEMTA discontinued its commute trains in 1983, and was reorganized in 1989 as Suburban Mobility Authority for Regional Transportation (SMART); after the 1983 shutdown of commute rail operations, the former SEMTA passenger cars were sold to Ringling Bros. circus.
f. Amtrak information taken from "Amtrak By The Numbers" page 137
g. AutoLiner Corp. information taken from "Railway Passenger Car Annual, Volume 1, 1973-1974" page 35.

Notes:

1. UP 5400; transferred to Wabash Railroad 1431 in August 1951
2. UP 5401; sold to Ringling Bros., to RBBX 42001
3. UP 5402; sold to Ringling Bros., to RBBX 42002, as of October 2011, trucks removed and car stored on jack stands at RBBB rail shop at Palmetto, Florida
4. UP 5403; to Alaska Railroad 5403; to St Louis Car in 1987; to RailCruise America in 2001
5. UP 5404; to Alaska Railroad 5404, converted to HEP in 1982, renumbered to Alaska 200 in 1990, still in service as of September 2006 (ARR 200 photo)
6. UP 5405; to GTW 4809 in 1969; to SEMTA 4809 in 1978; sold to Ringling Bros., to RBBX 42003 (as of October 2011, trucks removed and car stored on jack stands at RBBB rail shop at Palmetto, Florida)
7. UP 5406; to AutoLiner Corp. (AUT) 5400 in 1971, to AutoLiner 440 "Prairie Home"; to Amtrak 4406 (2nd); retired by Amtrak in October 1981; sold to Ringling Bros., to RBBX 42004
8. UP 5407; to AutoLiner Corp. (AUT) 5401 in 1971, to AutoLiner 441 "Prairie Skies"; to Amtrak 4407; retired by Amtrak and sold in June 1984 to Ringling Bros., to RBBX 42005
9. UP 5408; to Alaska Railroad 5408; converted to HEP in 1982, renumbered to Alaska 201 in 1990
10. UP 5409; to AutoLiner Corp. (AUT) in 1971; to Panama Railroad
11. UP 5410; to AutoLiner Corp. (AUT) 5402 in 1971, to AutoLiner 442 "Prairie Sunset"; to Amtrak 4408 (2nd); retired by Amtrak and sold in June 1984 to Ringling Bros., to RBBX 42006
12. UP 5411; to AutoLiner Corp. (AUT) in 1971; to Panama Railroad
13. UP 5412; to GTW 4807 in 1969; (possibly) to SEMTA 4807 in 1978; (possibly) sold to Ringling Bros., to RBBX (??)
14. UP 5413; to Alaska Railroad 5413; converted to HEP in 1982, renumbered to Alaska 202 in 1990
15. UP 5414; sold to Ringling Bros., to RBBX 42007
16. UP 5415; to Alaska Railroad 5415; to Northern Rail Car in 1987; to New Georgia Railroad 1511
17. UP 5416; to Alaska Railroad 5416; to Northern Rail Car in 1987; to New Georgia Railroad 1512, renumbered to New Georgia 2002; to Florida Railroad Museum in mid 1990s; repainted to Pullman green and used for excursion service (Florida update from William Pou III via email, July 10, 2012)
18. UP 5417; sold to Ringling Bros., to RBBX 42008, as of October 2011, trucks removed and car stored on jack stands at RBBB rail shop at Palmetto, Florida
19. UP 5418; to GTW 4808 in 1969; to SEMTA 4808 in 1978; sold to Ringling Bros., to RBBX 42009
20. UP 5419; to GTW 4810 in 1969; to SEMTA 4810 in 1978; sold to Ringling Bros., to RBBX 42010
21. UP 5420; to Alaska Railroad 5420; converted to HEP in 1962; to Alaska 203 in 1990
22. UP 5421; to GTW 4811 in 1969; to SEMTA 4811 in 1978; sold to Ringling Bros., to RBBX 42011
23. UP 5422; to AutoLiner Corp. (AUT) 5403 in 1971, to AutoLiner 443 "Prairie Trail"; to Amtrak 4409; retired by Amtrak and sold in June 1984 to Ringling Bros., to RBBX 42012
24. UP 5423; to Penn Central 3000 in 1970; to Amtrak 4400 (2nd) in 1971, retired by Amtrak in 1976
25. UP 5424; to Alaska Railroad 5424; converted to HEP in 1982; to Alaska 204 in 1990
26. UP 5425; sold to Ringling Bros., to RBBX 42013
27. UP 5426; to Penn Central 3001 in 1970; to Amtrak 4401 in 1971, retired by Amtrak in September 1983; sold
28. UP 5427; to AutoLiner Corp. (AUT) in 1971; to Panama Railroad
29. UP 5428; to Alaska Railroad 5428; to Northern Rail Car in 1987; to St Louis Car, remodeled to Diner-Lounge "Cuivre River"; to RailCruise America "Missouri River" in 2001; to Kansas City Southern in January 2006 as KCS 1887 "Port Arthur".
30. UP 5429; to Penn Central 3002 in 1970; to Amtrak 4402 (2nd) in 1971, retired by Amtrak in 1979
31. UP 5430; to Penn Central 3003 in 1970; to Amtrak 4403 in 1971, retired by Amtrak in 1979; to PV "Amber Trail"
32. UP 5431; to GTW 4812 in 1969; to SEMTA 4812 in 1978; sold to Ringling Bros., to RBBX 42014, as of October 2011, trucks removed and car stored on jack stands at RBBB rail shop at Palmetto, Florida
33. UP 5432; sold to Ringling Bros., to RBBX 42015
34. UP 5433; sold to Ringling Bros., to RBBX 42016
35. UP 5434; to GTW 4813 in 1969; to SEMTA 4813 in 1978; sold to Ringling Bros., to RBBX 42017
36. UP 5435; to GTW 4814 in 1969; to SEMTA 4814 in 1978; sold to Ringling Bros., to RBBX 42018
37. UP 5436; to Penn Central 3004 in 1970; to Amtrak 4404 in 1971, retired by Amtrak in September 1983; sold
38. UP 5437; to Alaska Railroad 5437; to St. Louis Car in 1987; sold to Gateway Rail (Formerly ITAC) in East St. Louis, Illinois (date?); sold a private individual in 2011 and repainted in May 2012 to GN big sky blue. (photo in GN colors, May 2012 at Flickr.com) (post-Alaska update from Justin Nelson, email dated June 23, 2012) (Previously reported as being sold to Ringling Bros. and Barnhum & Bailey circus by St. Louis Car Co., then scrapped)
39. UP 5438; to GTW 4815 in 1969; to SEMTA 4815 in 1978; sold to Ringling Bros., to RBBX 42019
40. UP 5439; to GTW 4816 in 1969; to SEMTA 4816 in 1978; sold to Ringling Bros., to RBBX 42020
41. UP 5440; to GTW 4817 in 1969; to SEMTA 4817 in 1978; sold to Ringling Bros., to RBBX 42021
42. UP 5441; to Alaska Railroad 5441; to St Louis Car in 1987; sold to Norfolk Southern in 1994, rebuilt to track research car, completed as NS 33 on August 8, 1999; coupled with NS 34, a track testing vehicle rebuilt from a retired SD35. (photo of NS 33 at RRPictureArchives)  (photo of NS 33 at RailPictures.net)
43. UP 5442; to Colorado Railroad Museum (Golden, Colorado.) in 1969
44. UP 5443; to Alaska Railroad 5443; to St Louis Car in 1987; sold to Ringling Bros., to RBBX 42023, still in Alaska RR paint, as of October 2011, trucks removed and car stored on jack stands at RBBB rail shop at Palmetto, Florida
45. UP 5444; sold to Ringling Bros., to RBBX 42022
46. UP 5445; to Penn Central 3005 in 1970; to Amtrak 4405 in 1971, retired by Amtrak in1976
47. UP 5446; remodeled to Business Car 99 (2nd) in 1963
48. UP 5447; remodeled to Business Car 100 (5th) in 1957
49. UP 5448; remodeled to Business Car 100 (4th) in 1952
50. UP 5449; remodeled to Business Car "Arden" (2nd) in 1952
   

Chair -- 38 cars
ACF, 1953-1954
Lightweight

(Read more about the two cars sold to Amtrak in 1971)

(Read more about the eight cars later sold to Ringling Bros. and Barnum & Bailey circus trains)

Car
Number
Date
Built
Date
Retired
Ringling Bros.
Number
Notes
UP 5450 Nov 1953 Dec 1971 RBBX 40001 1
UP 5451 Nov 1953 Dec 1971 RBBX 40002 2
UP 5452 Nov 1953 Oct 1968   3
UP 5453 Dec 1953 Dec 1971 RBBX 40003 4
UP 5454 Dec 1953 Oct 1968   5
UP 5455 Dec 1953 Oct 1968   6
UP 5456 Dec 1953 Oct 1971   7
UP 5457 Dec 1953 Dec 1971 RBBX 40004 8
UP 5458 Jun 1954 Dec 1971 RBBX 40005 9
UP 5459 Jun 1954 Dec 1971 RBBX 40006 10
UP 5460 Jun 1954 Oct 1968   11
UP 5461 Jun 1954 Oct 1968   12
UP 5462 Jun 1954 Oct 1971   13
UP 5463 Jul 1954 Oct 1971   14
UP 5464 Jul 1954 Oct 1968   15
UP 5465 Jul 1954 Dec 1971 RBBX 40007 16
UP 5466 Jul 1954 Dec 1971 RBBX 40008 17
UP 5467 Jul 1954 Oct 1968   18
UP 5468 Jul 1954 Jan 1974   19
UP 5469 Jul 1954 Oct 1968   20
UP 5470 Jul 1954 Oct 1968   21
UP 5471 Jul 1954 Oct 1968   22
UP 5472 Jul 1954 Jan 1974   23
UP 5473 Aug 1954 Jan 1974   24
UP 5474 Aug 1954 Jan 1974   25
UP 5475 Aug 1954 Jan 1974   26
UP 5476 Aug 1954 Oct 1968   27
UP 5477 Aug 1954 Oct 1968   28
UP 5478 Aug 1954 Oct 1968   29
UP 5479 Sep 1954 Dec 1971   30
UP 5480 Sep 1954 Jan 1974   31
UP 5481 Sep 1954 Oct 1971   32
UP 5482 Sep 1954 Jan 1974   33
UP 5483 Sep 1954 Jan 1974   34
UP 5484 Sep 1954 Jan 1974   35
UP 5485 Sep 1954 Oct 1968   36
UP 5486 Sep 1954 Jan 1974   37
UP 5487 Sep 1954 Oct 1968   38

Description:

Length, Over Buffers (coupled): 85'-0"
Length, Over End Sills: 78'-11"
Truck Centers: 59'-6"
Truck Style: 4 wheel, with disc brakes (9'-0" wheelbase)

General Notes:

a. Seating capacity: 44 seats
b. AC&F Lot No.: 3812 and 4095
c. UP Floor Plan: 237-CB-32473
d. UP 5458-87 (30 cars) were equipped with a radio aerial
e. Book: Davies Volume 1, page 99
f. UP diagram sheet P-3-43 (12/21/1953), Rev. C (8/17/1960), Rev. D (7/26/1966)
g. Seven cars shown as sold to Grand Trunk Western (GTW) were part of a total of 18 cars sold to GTW in 1969 to update GTW's commute service between Detroit and Pontiac, Michigan; GTW commute operations were taken over by the public transit company Southeastern Michigan Transportation Authority (SEMTA) in 1977; SEMTA discontinued its commute trains in 1983, and was reorganized in 1989 as Suburban Mobility Authority for Regional Transportation (SMART); after the 1983 shutdown of commute rail operations, former SEMTA passenger cars were sold to Federated Railways of Farmington Hills, Michigan, for possible lease to transit agencies; five SEMTA cars were sold to Golden Age Rail of Bellevue, Ohio, then later to the Mad River & Nickel Plate Railroad Society, also at Bellevue, Ohio; three of those five cars were sold to Ringling Bros. circus, and the remaining two later went to Tennessee Central Railway Museum at Nashville, Tennessee.
h. Coaches 5469, 5470, 5471, 5476, 5477, 5478, 5485, 5487 (along with 5488, 5491 and 5492, below) were sold to the Great Northern and numbered 1000-1010. Reportedly coach 1005 ended up being a parts supplier. However this might not be true or she was eventually put into service again as she ended up as BN 4505 (I have a photo of her in BN Hockey Stick paint scheme, numbered still 1005). GN 1000-1010 were renumbered into BN 4400-4410, but if these numbers were applied remains to be seen on an individual basis. Some cars made it to Amtrak while the others ended up on the CNJ and following NJT. Several of the NJT cars were donated to the United Railroad Historical Society of NJ where they still remain in excursion service today. (Ben Ringnalda, email dated December 10, 2004)

Notes:

1. UP 5450; sold to Ringling Bros., to RBBX 40001
2. UP 5451; sold to Ringling Bros., to RBBX 40002
3. UP 5452; sold to GTW 4800 in 1969; to SEMTA 4800 in 1978; to Federated Railways, Farmington Hills, Michigan
4. UP 5453; sold to Ringling Bros., to RBBX 40003
5. UP 5454; sold to GTW 4801 in 1969; to SEMTA 4801 in 1978; to Federated Railways, Farmington Hills, Michigan
6. UP 5455; sold to GTW 4802 in 1969; to SEMTA 4802 in 1978; to Golden Age Rail at Bellevue, Ohio; to Mad River & Nickel Plate Railroad Society at Bellevue, Ohio; to Tennessee Central Railway Museum at Nashville, Tennessee
7. UP 5456; sold to AutoLiner Corp. (AUT) in 1971; to Panama Railroad
8. UP 5457; sold to Ringling Bros., to RBBX 40004
9. UP 5458; sold to Ringling Bros., to RBBX 40005
10. UP 5459; sold to Ringling Bros., to RBBX 40006
11. UP 5460; sold to GTW 4803 in 1969; to SEMTA 4803 in 1978; to Golden Age Rail at Bellevue, Ohio; to Mad River & Nickel Plate Railroad Society at Bellevue, Ohio; sold to Ringling Bros., to RBBX 40015
12. UP 5461; sold to GTW 4804 in 1969; to SEMTA 4804 in 1978; to Golden Age Rail at Bellevue, Ohio; to Mad River & Nickel Plate Railroad Society at Bellevue, Ohio; sold to Ringling Bros., to RBBX 40016
13. UP 5462; sold to AutoLiner Corp. (AUT) in 1971; to Panama Railroad
14. UP 5463; sold to AutoLiner Corp. (AUT) in 1971; to Panama Railroad
15. UP 5464; sold to GTW 4805 in 1969; to SEMTA 4805 in 1978; ; to Golden Age Rail at Bellevue, Ohio; to Mad River & Nickel Plate Railroad Society at Bellevue, Ohio; sold to Ringling Bros., to RBBX 40017
16. UP 5465; sold to Ringling Bros., to RBBX 40007
17. UP 5466; sold to Ringling Bros., to RBBX 40008, wrecked in 1994
18. UP 5467; sold to GTW 4806 in 1969; to SEMTA 4806 in 1978; to Golden Age Rail at Bellevue, Ohio; to Mad River & Nickel Plate Railroad Society at Bellevue, Ohio; to Tennessee Central Railway Museum at Nashville, Tennessee
19. UP 5468; transferred to Roadway Department, held for special service; to Coach UPP 5468 "Columbine" (1st) in 1989
20. UP 5469; sold to Great Northern 1000 in 1969; to BN 4400; to Central Railroad of New Jersey 115 in 1973; to NJT 5331; to URHS 331, still in service in 2004
21. UP 5470; sold to Great Northern 1001 in 1969; to BN 4401; to Central Railroad of New Jersey 121 in 1973; to NJT 5332; to URHS 332, still in service in 2004
22. UP 5471; sold to Great Northern 1002 in 1969; to BN 4402; to Central Railroad of New Jersey 123 in 1973; to NJT 5333; to URHS 333, still in service in 2004
23. UP 5472; transferred to Roadway Department, held for special service; sold to Mexico in 1987 as NdeM 4207
24. UP 5473; transferred to Roadway Department, held for special service; to Coach UPP 5473 "Portland Rose" in 1989
25. UP 5474; transferred to Roadway Department, held for special service; sold to Mexico in 1987 as NdeM 4208
26. UP 5475; transferred to Roadway Department, held for special service; sold to Mexico in 1987 as NdeM 4209
27. UP 5476; sold to Great Northern 1003 in 1969; to BN 4403; to Amtrak 4549 in 1971, remodeled to Amtrak work equipment training car 10505 (no date), off roster in 2001
28. UP 5477; sold to Great Northern 1004 in 1969; to BN 4404; to Central Railroad of New Jersey 125 in 1973; to NJT 5334; to URHS 334, still in service in 2004
29. UP 5478; sold to Great Northern 1005 in 1969; to BN 4405; to Central Railroad of New Jersey 112 in 1973; sold to Ringling Bros., to RBX 96, wrecked in 1994
30. UP 5479; sold to Amtrak 4553 in December 1971, retired by Amtrak and sold in August 1983; to Mad River & Nickel Plate 4553
31. UP 5480; transferred to Roadway Department, held for special service; to Coach UPP 5480 "Sunshine Special" in 1989
32. UP 5481; sold to AutoLiner Corp. (AUT) in 1971; to Panama Railroad
33. UP 5482; transferred to Roadway Department, held for special service; sold to Mexico in 1987 as NdeM 4210
34. UP 5483; transferred to Roadway Department, held for special service; to Coach UPP 5483 "Texas Eagle" in 1990
35. UP 5484; transferred to Roadway Department, held for special service; sold to Mexico in 1987 as NdeM 4211
36. UP 5485; sold to Great Northern 1006 in 1969; to BN 4406
37. UP 5486; transferred to Roadway Department, held for special service; to Coach UPP 5486 "Challenger" (1st) in 1989; to "City of Salina" in 1992
38. UP 5487; sold to Great Northern 1007 in 1969; to BN 4407; to Central Railroad of New Jersey 100 in 1973; to NJT 5329; to URHS 329, still in service in 2004
   

Chair -- 20 cars
St. Louis Car, 1960
Lightweight

(Read more about the 17 cars sold to Amtrak in 1972)

(Read more about the four cars later sold to Ringling Bros. and Barnum & Bailey circus trains)

Car
Number
Date
Built
Date
Retired
1972 Amtrak
Number
Notes
UP 5488 Feb 1960 Oct 1968 AMTK 4550 1
UP 5489 Mar 1960 Dec 1971 AMTK 4554 2
UP 5490 Mar 1960 Dec 1971 AMTK 4555 3
UP 5491 Apr 1960 Oct 1968 AMTK 4551 4
UP 5492 Apr 1960 Oct 1968 AMTK 4552 5
UP 5493 Apr 1960 Dec 1971 AMTK 4556 6
UP 5494 Apr 1960 Dec 1971 AMTK 4557 7
UP 5495 May 1960 Oct 1968   8
UP 5496 May 1960 Oct 1968   9
UP 5497 May 1960 May 1971   10
UP 5498 May 1960 Dec 1971 AMTK 4558 11
UP 5499 May 1960 Dec 1971 AMTK 4559 12
UP 5500 Jun 1960 Dec 1971 AMTK 4560 13
UP 5501 Jun 1960 Dec 1971 AMTK 4561 14
UP 5502 Jun 1960 Dec 1971 AMTK 4562 15
UP 5503 Jul 1960 Dec 1971 AMTK 4563 16
UP 5504 Jul 1960 Dec 1971 AMTK 4564 17
UP 5505 Jul 1960 Oct 1971 AMTK 4565 18
UP 5506 Aug 1960 Dec 1971 AMTK 4566 19
UP 5507 Aug 1960 Dec 1971 AMTK 4567 20

Description:

Length, Over Buffers (coupled): 85'-0"
Length, Over End Sills: 78'-11"
Truck Centers: 59'-6"
Truck Style: 4 wheel, with disc brakes (9'-0" wheelbase)

General Notes:

a. Aluminum and steel construction
b. Seating Capacity: 44 seats
c. St. Louis Car Lot No: 1807
d. St. Louis Car Floor Plan: 445-5002
e. UP Floor Plan: 237-CB-36322
f. PL&N UP diagram sheet 357-CB-36327
g. PL&N Source: Vol. 1, p. 331
h. Book: Davies Volume 1, page 119
i. UP diagram sheet P-3-44 (5/26/1960), Rev. A (7/26/1966)
j. UP Equipment Record: r3-1184
k. Amtrak information taken from "Amtrak By The Numbers" pages 140, 141, 149, 183 and 184
l. Coaches 5488, 5491 and 5492 (along with 5469, 5470, 5471, 5476, 5477, 5478, 5485 and 5487, above) were sold to the Great Northern and numbered 1000-1010. Reportedly coach 1005 ended up being a parts supplier. However this might not be true or she was eventually put into service again as she ended up as BN 4505 (I have a photo of her in BN Hockey Stick paint scheme, numbered still 1005). GN 1000-1010 were renumbered into BN 4400-4410, but if these numbers were applied remains to be seen on an individual basis. Some cars made it to Amtrak while the others ended up on the CNJ and following NJT. Several of the NJT cars were donated to the United Railroad Historical Society of NJ where they still remain in excursion service today. (Ben Ringnalda, email dated December 10, 2004)

Notes:

1. UP 5488; sold to Great Northern 1008 in 1969; to BN 4408; sold to Amtrak 4550 in 1972, converted to HEP 4647 in March 1981, retired by Amtrak and sold in February 1995; sold to Ringling Bros., to RBBX 43009
2. UP 5489; leased to Amtrak in 1971; sold to Amtrak 4554 in 1972, converted to HEP 4618 in September 1979, removed from service and stored "dead" in January 1995, off roster in 2001
3. UP 5490; leased to Amtrak in 1971; retired by UP in December 1971; sold to Amtrak 4555 in 1972, converted to HEP 4619 in October 1979, retired by Amtrak and sold in October 2002; to American Orient Express, rebuilt by Colorado Railcar as an 8 Grand Suites, 1 single bedroom sleeper, in service as AOE "Denver" (AOEX 800740); to GrandLuxe Rail Journeys in April 2006, stored after August 2008; to Xanterra (American Railway Explorer) in 2010, name changed to "Yosemite"; to Greenbrier Express in 2011; to Norfolk Southern in February 2014, moved to Altoona in September 2014 awaiting refurbishment, to be released as NS 15.
4. UP 5491; sold to Great Northern 1009 in 1969; to BN 4409; sold to Amtrak 4551 in 1972, converted to HEP 4646 in January 1981, retired by Amtrak and sold in December 1994; later sold to American Orient Express
5. UP 5492; sold to Great Northern 1010 in 1969; to BN 4410; sold to Amtrak 4552 in 1972, retired by Amtrak and sold in February 1985; used as part of the Carney's Express Limited restaurant at its Glendale, California, location, restaurant closed by October 1995 and car stored in Fontana, California.
6. UP 5493; leased to Amtrak in 1971; sold to Amtrak 4556 in 1972; to High Capacity Coach 6061 in 1973; sold in September 1983 to Ringling Bros., to RBX 88, renumbered to RBBX 43001
7. UP 5494; leased to Amtrak in 1971, retired by UP in December 1971; sold to Amtrak 4557 in 1972, converted to HEP 4606 in July 1979, retired by Amtrak and sold in October 2002; sold to American Orient Express and rebuilt by Colorado Railcar as an 8 Grand Suites, 1 single bedroom sleeper, in service as AOE "Charleston" (AOEX 800754); to GrandLuxe Rail Journeys in April 2006; stored after August 2008; to Xanterra (American Railway Explorer) in 2010, name changed to "Mesa Verde"; to Greenbrier Express in 2011, interior completely stripped; sold at auction on September 18, 2014 to North Carolina DOT, to be rebuilt as a 56-seat coach for the Piedmont (planned number is RNCX 400016 "Strawberry").
8. UP 5495; sold to M. DeHaven in 1972; to E. White
9. UP 5496; sold to M. DeHaven in 1972; to E. White
10. UP 5497; wrecked on March 23, 1971 at "P.T.", retired in May 1971, scrapped in 1980
11. UP 5498; leased to Amtrak in 1971; sold to Amtrak 4558 in 1972, retired in November 1973
12. UP 5499; leased to Amtrak in 1971; sold to Amtrak 4559 in 1972, converted to HEP 4605 in July 1979, listed as "For Sale" in August 1995; sold to Ringling Bros., to RBBX 43010
13. UP 5500; leased to Amtrak in 1971; sold to Amtrak 4560 in 1972, converted to HEP 4607 in June 1979, retired by Amtrak and sold in October 2002; sold to American Orient Express "Savanah" (AOEX 800741), rebuilt by Colorado Railcar as an 8 Grand Suites, 1 single bedroom sleeper; to GrandLuxe Rail Journeys in April 2006; stored after August 2008; to Xanterra (American Railway Explorer) in 2010, name changed to "Grand Teton"; to Greenbrier Express in 2011; sold to Norfolk Southern in February 2014, refurbished at Altoona and released in April 2015 as NS 14 "Missouri."
14. UP 5501; leased to Amtrak in 1971; sold to Amtrak 4561 in 1972, converted to HEP 4623 in November 1979, off roster in 2001; to ATAX 4623 in 2003; sold to UP in 2003 (used for parts)
15. UP 5502; leased to Amtrak in 1971; sold to Amtrak 4562 in 1972, converted to HEP 4614 in September 1979, remodeled to Table Car 8602, off roster in 2001
16. UP 5503; leased to Amtrak in 1971; sold to Amtrak 4563 in 1972, converted to HEP 4603 in June 1979, listed as "For Sale" in March 2000; sold to Arizona Transit Assembly (ATAX); sold to private individual in December 2006; immediately resold sold to Rail Journeys West (Roy Wullich) in December 2006, leased to Canadian Pacific, in service as RPCX 5503. (Roy Wullich email dated May 19, 2007)
17. UP 5504; leased to Amtrak in 1971; sold to Amtrak 4564 in 1972, converted to HEP 4625 in December 1979, retired in 1995
18. UP 5505; leased to Amtrak in 1971; wrecked on GM&O on August 13, 1971; retired by UP in October 1971; sold to Amtrak 4565 in 1972, converted to HEP 4609 in August 1979, remodeled to Table Car 8601 (vending machine car) in December 1983, listed as "For Sale" in September 2003.
19. UP 5506; leased to Amtrak in 1971; sold to Amtrak 4566 in 1972, converted to HEP 4622 in October 1979; remodeled to Table Car 8600, off roster in 2001
20. UP 5507; leased to Amtrak in 1971; sold to Amtrak 4567 in 1972, converted to HEP 4600 in May 1979, listed as "For Sale" in April 1995; sold to Ringling Bros., to RBBX 43003
   

Chair -- 20 cars
Budd, 1961
Lightweight

(Read more about all 20 cars sold to Amtrak in 1971)

(Read more about the two cars later sold to Ringling Bros. and Barnum & Bailey circus trains)

Car
Number
Date
Built
Date
Retired
Amtrak
Number
Notes
UP 5508 Mar 1961 Dec 1971 AMTK 4440 1
UP 5509 Mar 1961 Dec 1971 AMTK 4441 2
UP 5510 Mar 1961 Dec 1971 AMTK 4442 3
UP 5511 Mar 1961 Oct 1971 AMTK 4443 4
UP 5512 Mar 1961 Dec 1971 AMTK 4444 5
UP 5513 Mar 1961 Dec 1971 AMTK 4445 6
UP 5514 Mar 1961 Dec 1971 AMTK 4446 7
UP 5515 Apr 1961 Dec 1971 AMTK 4447 8
UP 5516 Apr 1961 Dec 1971 AMTK 4448 9
UP 5517 Apr 1961 Dec 1971 AMTK 4449 10
UP 5518 Apr 1961 Dec 1971 AMTK 4450 11
UP 5519 Apr 1961 Dec 1971 AMTK 4451 12
UP 5520 Apr 1961 Oct 1971 AMTK 4452 13
UP 5521 May 1961 Dec 1971 AMTK 4453 14
UP 5522 May 1961 Dec 1971 AMTK 4454 15
UP 5523 May 1961 Dec 1971 AMTK 4455 16
UP 5524 May 1961 Dec 1971 AMTK 4456 17
UP 5525 May 1961 Dec 1971 AMTK 4457 18
UP 5526 May 1961 Dec 1971 AMTK 4458 19
UP 5527 May 1961 Dec 1971 AMTK 4459 20

Description:

Length, Over Buffers:
Length, Over Coupler Pulling Faces: 85'-0"
Length, Over End Sills:
Length, Inside:
Truck Centers: 59'-6"
Truck Style: 4 wheel, with disc brakes (9'-0" wheelbase)

General Notes:

a. Seating Capacity: 44 seats
b. Lot No: 9613-230
c. Floor Plan: 236-CB-36711
d. Ribbed roof
e. Book: Davies Volume 1, page 131
f. UP diagram sheet P-3-45 (3/20/1961), Rev. A (7/26/1966)
g. UP Equipment Record: r3-1184
h. Amtrak information taken from "Amtrak By The Numbers" pages 138, 149, 175, 176 and 184

Notes:

1. UP 5508 sold to Amtrak 4440 in 1971, converted to HEP 4629 in August 1980, converted to Baggage 1730 in July 1996 (still in service ca. 2011)
2. UP 5509 sold to Amtrak 4441 in 1971, converted to HEP 4627 in July 1980, converted to Baggage 1728 in May 1996, to Baggage 1756 in April 2000 (still in service ca. 2011)
3. UP 5510 sold to Amtrak 4442 in 1971, converted to HEP 4633 in September 1980, retired in February 1995 (planned conversion to Baggage 1700 not completed)
4. UP 5511 leased GM&O, wrecked on GM&O on August 13, 1971; to Amtrak 4443 (date?), converted to HEP 4644 in February 1981, retired by Amtrak in August 1997
5. UP 5512 sold to Amtrak 4444 in 1971, converted to HEP 4637 in October 1980, removed from service and stored "dead" in February 1997
6. UP 5513 sold to Amtrak 4445 in 1971, converted to HEP 4642 in January 1981, listed as "For Sale" in October 1995; sold to Ringling Bros., to RBBX 41312
7. UP 5514 sold to Amtrak 4446 in 1971, converted to HEP 4634 in September 1980, converted to Baggage 1734 in April 1996 (still in service ca. 2011)
8. UP 5515 sold to Amtrak 4447 in 1971, converted to HEP 4641 in December 1980, converted to Baggage 1738 in June 1996 (still in service ca. 2011)
9. UP 5516 sold to Amtrak 4448 in 1971, converted to HEP 4645 in March 1981, converted to Baggage 1701 in November 1995 (still in service ca. 2011)
10. UP 5517 sold to Amtrak 4449 in 1971, converted to HEP 4638 in November 1980, converted to Baggage 1737 in May 1996, to Baggage 1758 in April 2000 (still in service ca. 2011)
11. UP 5518 sold to Amtrak 4450 in 1971, converted to HEP 4630 in August 1980, converted to Baggage 1731 in July 1996 (still in service ca. 2011)
12. UP 5519 sold to Amtrak 4451 in 1971, converted to HEP 4631 in September 1980, converted to Baggage 1732 in March 1996, wrecked in May 1998 at Hanle, Texas
13. UP 5520 leased to GM&O, wrecked on GM&O on August 13, 1971; to Amtrak 4452 (date?), converted to HEP 4643 in February 1981, converted to Baggage 1739 in July 1996, to Baggage 1759 in April 2000 (still in service ca. 2011)
14. UP 5521 sold to Amtrak 4453 in 1971, converted to HEP 4635 in September 1980, converted to Baggage 1735 in May 1996 (still in service ca. 2011)
15. UP 5522 sold to Amtrak 4454 in 1971, converted to HEP 4628 in July 1980, converted to Baggage 1729 in June 1996, to Baggage 1757 in April 2000 (still in service ca. 2011)
16. UP 5523 sold to Amtrak 4455 in 1971, to High Capacity Coach 6062 in 1974, retired by Amtrak in 1976
17. UP 5524 sold to Amtrak 4456 in 1971, converted to HEP 4640 in December 1980, wrecked in August 1994 at Batavia, New York, scrapped in 1995
18. UP 5525 sold to Amtrak 4457 in 1971, converted to HEP 4632 in September 1980, converted to Baggage 1733 in April 1996 (still in service ca. 2011)
19. UP 5526 sold to Amtrak 4458 in 1971, converted to HEP 4639 in December 1980, listed as "For Sale" in October 1995; sold to Ringling Bros., to RBBX 41313
20. UP 5527 sold to Amtrak 4459 in 1971, converted to HEP 4636 in September 1980, converted to Baggage 1736 in May 1996 (still in service ca. 2011)
   

Coach -- 15 cars
St. Louis Car, 1964
Lightweight

(Read more about all 15 cars sold to Amtrak in 1972-1973)

Car
Number
Date
Built
Date
Retired
Amtrak
Number
Notes
UP 5528 Oct 1964 Jan 1972 Amtrak 4568 1
UP 5529 Nov 1964 Oct 1971 Amtrak 4569 2
UP 5530 Nov 1964 Jan 1972 Amtrak 4570 3
UP 5531 Dec 1964 Jan 1972 Amtrak 4571 4
UP 5532 Dec 1964 Jan 1972 Amtrak 4572 5
UP 5533 Dec 1964 Jan 1972 Amtrak 4573 6
UP 5534 Dec 1964 Jan 1972 Amtrak 4574 7
UP 5535 Dec 1964 Jan 1972 Amtrak 4575 8
UP 5536 Jan 1965 Dec 1973 Amtrak 4576 9
UP 5537 Feb 1965 Dec 1973 Amtrak 4577 10
UP 5538 Feb 1965 Dec 1973 Amtrak 4578 11
UP 5539 Feb 1965 Dec 1973 Amtrak 4579 12
UP 5540 Mar 1965 Dec 1973 Amtrak 4580 13
UP 5541 Mar 1965 Dec 1973 Amtrak 4581 14
UP 5542 Mar 1965 Dec 1973 Amtrak 4582 15

Description:

Length, Over Buffers:
Length, Over Coupler Pulling Faces: 85'-0"
Length, Over End Sills:
Length, Inside:
Truck Centers: 59'-6"
Truck Style: 4 wheel, with disc brakes (9'-0" wheelbase)

General Notes:

a. Seating Capacity: 44 seats
b. Lot No: 1830
c. Floor Plan: 235-CB-37271
d. Book: Ranks, Kratville, Streamliners, page 447
e. UP diagram sheet P-3-46 (11/4/1964), Rev. A (7/26/1966)
f. UP Equipment Record: r3-1184
g. Amtrak information taken from "Amtrak By The Numbers" page 141, 183 and 187

Notes:

1. UP 5528; sold to Amtrak 4568 in 1972, converted to HEP 4613 in August 1979, retired by Amtrak in June 2000; to ATAX 4623 in 2003; sold to UP in 2003 (used for parts)
2. UP 5529; leased to Amtrak in 1971; wrecked on GM&O on August 13, 1971; retired by UP in October 1971; sold to Amtrak 4569 in 1972, converted to HEP 4626 in December 1979; sold to Ringling Bros., to RBBX 43002
3. UP 5530; sold to Amtrak 4570 in 1972, converted to HEP 4602 in June 1979, retired by Amtrak and sold in January 1996; to North Carolina DOT 400006
4. UP 5531; sold to Amtrak 4571 in 1972, converted to HEP 4620 in October 1979, retired in 1995
5. UP 5532; sold to Amtrak 4572 in 1972, converted to HEP 4610 in August 1979; remodeled to Table Car 8603 in January 1984, listed as "For Sale" in February 2002
6. UP 5533; sold to Amtrak 4573 in 1972, converted to HEP 4615 in September 1979, listed as "For Sale" in April 1995; sold to Ringling Bros., to RBBX 43004
7. UP 5534; sold to Amtrak 4574 in 1972, converted to HEP 4621 in October 1979, off roster in 2001; sold to Arizona Transit Assembly (ATAX); sold to private individual in December 2006; immediately resold sold to Rail Journeys West (Roy Wullich) in December 2006, leased to Canadian Pacific, in service as RPCX 5534. (Roy Wullich email dated May 19, 2007)
8. UP 5535; sold to Amtrak 4575 in 1972, converted to HEP 4611 in August 1979, listed as "For Sale" in April 1995; sold to Ringling Bros., to RBBX 43005
9. UP 5536; sold to Amtrak 4576 in 1973, converted to HEP 4601 in June 1979, listed as "For Sale" in April 1995; sold to Ringling Bros., to RBBX 43006
10. UP 5537; sold to Amtrak 4577 in 1973, converted to HEP 4604 in June 1979, listed as "For Sale" in April 1995; sold to Ringling Bros., to RBBX 43011
11. UP 5538; sold to Amtrak 4578 in 1973, converted to HEP 4612 in August 1979, retired by Amtrak and sold in January 1996; to North Carolina DOT 400007
12. UP 5539; leased to Amtrak 4579 in 1971; retired by UP in Deecember 1973 and sold to Amtrak, converted to HEP 4624 in December 1979, retired by Amtrak and sold in October 2002; to American Orient Express, rebuilt by Colorado Railcar as an 8 Grand Suites, 1 single bedroom sleeper, in service as AOE "Bar Harbor" (AOEX 800753); to GrandLuxe Rail Journeys in April 2006, stored after August 2008; to Xanterra (American Railway Explorer) in 2010, name changed to "Great Smokey Mountains"; to Greenbrier Express in 2011, interior completely stripped; sold at auction on September 18, 2014; to North Carolina DOT; to be rebuilt as a 56-seat coach for the Piedmont (planned number is RNCX 400015 "Blueberry").
13. UP 5540; sold to Amtrak 4580 in 1973, converted to HEP 4608 in July 1979, listed as "For Sale" in April 1995; sold to Ringling Bros., to RBBX 43007
14. UP 5541; sold to Amtrak 4581 in 1973, converted to HEP 4616 in September 1979; sold to Ringling Bros., to RBBX 43012
15. UP 5542; sold to Amtrak 4582 in 1973, converted to HEP 4617 in September 1979; sold to Ringling Bros., to RBBX 43008
   

Coach -- 14 cars
AC&F, 1954 (UP, 1965)
Lightweight

(Read more about all 14 cars sold to Amtrak in December 1973)

(Read more about the five cars later sold to Ringling Bros. and Barnum & Bailey circus trains)

Car
Number
Previous
Name
Date
Built
Date To
5543 Series
Date
Retired
Amtrak
Number
Notes
UP 5543 Alpine Camp Jan 1954 Jan 1966 Dec 1973 Amtrak 4583 1
UP 5544 Alpine Crest Jan 1954 Jan 1966 Dec 1973 Amtrak 4584 2
UP 5545 Alpine Grove Jan 1954 Feb 1966 Dec 1973 Amtrak 4585 3
UP 5546 Alpine Lake Feb 1954 Jan 1966 Dec 1973 Amtrak 4586 4
UP 5547 Alpine Lodge Feb 1954 Feb 1966 Dec 1973 Amtrak 4587 5
UP 5548 Alpine Meadow Mar 1954 Dec 1965 Dec 1973 Amtrak 4588 6
UP 5549 Alpine Park Mar 1954 Jan 1966 Dec 1973 Amtrak 4589 7
UP 5550 Alpine Pass Mar 1954 Jan 1966 Dec 1973 Amtrak 4590 8
UP 5551 Alpine Peak Mar 1954 Dec 1965 Dec 1973 Amtrak 4591 9
UP 5552 Alpine River Apr 1954 Feb 1966 Dec 1973 Amtrak 4592 10
UP 5553 Alpine Road Apr 1954 Dec 1965 Dec 1973 Amtrak 4593 11
UP 5554 Alpine Scene Apr 1954 Jan 1966 Dec 1973 Amtrak 4594 12
UP 5555 Alpine Stream Apr 1954 Jan 1966 Dec 1973 Amtrak 4595 13
UP 5556 Alpine View Apr 1954 Dec 1965 Dec 1973 Amtrak 4596 14

Description:

Length, Over Buffers:
Length, Over Coupler Pulling Faces: 85'-0"
Length, Over End Sills:
Length, Inside:
Truck Centers: 59'-6"
Truck Style: 4 wheel, with disc brakes (9'-0" wheelbase) Pullman 41-CUDO-11

General Notes:

a. Built in 1954 by AC&F as 14-section sleepers; leased to Pullman for operation; lease to Pullman ended in May 1962; cars returned to UP for operation
b. Remodeled in 1965 from Alpine series sleepers to 5543 series 44-seat coaches by UP at Omaha
c. Floor Plan: 237-CB-37454
d. Book: Ranks, Kratville, Streamliners, page 447
e. UP diagram sheet P-9-6 (2/15/1954), Rev. B (12/20/1957) (as 14 Section Alpine-series Sleepers)
f. UP diagram sheet P-3-47 (8/10/1965) (no revision) (as 5543-series Coaches)
g. Amtrak information taken from "Amtrak By The Numbers" page 141

Notes:

1. UP 5543 (ex "Alpine Camp"); sold to Amtrak 4583 in 1973, retried by Amtrak in October 1981; to Providence & Worster 4583; sold to Ringling Bros., to RBX 63, to RBBX 40010
2. UP 5544 (ex "Alpine Crest"); sold to Amtrak 4584 in 1973, retried by Amtrak in October 1981; to Providence & Worster 4584; sold to Ringling Bros., to RBX 95, wrecked in 1994
3. UP 5545 (ex "Alpine Grove"); sold to Amtrak 4585 in 1973, retired by Amtrak in October 1981
4. UP 5546 (ex "Alpine Lake"); sold to Amtrak 4586 in 1973, retired by Amtrak in October 1981
5. UP 5547 (ex "Alpine Lodge"); sold to Amtrak 4587 in 1973, retired by Amtrak in October 1981; to Providence & Worcester 4587, as of April 2011 currently in service as a coach carrying both the number 4587 as well as the name "Massachusetts". (update from Joshua Moldover via email dated April 8, 2011)
6. UP 5548 (ex "Alpine Meadow"); sold to Amtrak 4588 in 1973; retired by Amtrak and sold in September 1983; later to American European Express "Bay Point" (AE-9; AEE 800310), rebuilt as a club car; sold to American Orient Express "Seattle" (AOEX 800310); to GrandLuxe Rail Journeys in April 2006, stored after August 2008; to Xanterra (American Railway Explorer) in 2010, renamed as "Mount Rushmore"; to Greenbrier Express in 2011, interior completely stripped; sold at auction on September 18, 2014 to Union Pacific.
7. UP 5549 (ex "Alpine Park"); sold to Amtrak 4589 in 1973, retired by Amtrak in July 1981
8. UP 5550 (ex "Alpine Pass"); sold to Amtrak 4590 in 1973; retired by Amtrak and sold in March 1984; sold to Ringling Bros., to RBBX 40011
9. UP 5551 (ex "Alpine Peak"); sold to Amtrak 4591 in 1973, retired by Amtrak in 1983; sold in March 1984
10. UP 5552 (ex "Alpine River"); sold to Amtrak 4592 in 1973, retired by Amtrak in October 1981; to the Providence & Worcester 4592, as of April 2011 currently in service as a coach carrying both the number 4592 as well as the name "Rhode Island". (update from Joshua Moldover via email dated April 8, 2011)
11. UP 5553 (ex "Alpine Road"); sold to Amtrak 4593 in 1973, retired by Amtrak in July 1981
12. UP 5554 (ex "Alpine Scene"); sold to Amtrak 4594 in 1973, retired by Amtrak in October 1981; to Providence & Worster 4594; sold to Ringling Bros., to RBX 56, to RBBX 40012
13. UP 5555 (ex "Alpine Stream"); sold to Amtrak 4595 in 1973, retired by Amtrak and sold in March 1984; sold to Ringling Bros., to RBX 94; wrecked in 1994
14. UP 5556 (ex "Alpine View"); sold to Amtrak 4596 in 1973; retired by Amtrak and sold in September 1983; later to American European Express (AE-6; AEE 800231), converted to Club Lounge "St. Moritz" (AE-10; AEE 800231); sold to American Orient Express "Rocky Mountain" (AOEX 800231); to GrandLuxe Rail Journeys in April 2006, stored after August 2008; to Xanterra (American Railway Explorer) in 2010, not serviceable; to Greenbrier Express in 2011, interior completely stripped; sold at auction on September 18, 2014 to Union Pacific.

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