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Union Pacific Railroad

Roster of Diesel and Turbine Locomotives, 1934-2009

This page was last updated on August 23, 2015.

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Roster Listing

F-M Erie A -- 8 units
2000 horsepower; A1A-A1A trucks; 341,500 pounds operating weight (238,400 pounds weight on drivers)

F-M Erie B -- 5 units
2000 horsepower; A1A-A1A trucks; 338,900 pounds operating weight (236,700 pounds weight on drivers)

A total of 8 Erie A units (UP 700-707) and 5 Erie B units (UP 700B-706B) were on UP's roster of locomotives.

(Read more about these Fairbanks-Morse units; includes a full roster listing)

   

EMD GP7 -- 30 units
1500 Horsepower; B-B trucks; operating weight: (see general note, below).

Road
Number
Builder
Date
Builder
Number
Notes
UP 700 Feb 1953 17827 Renumbered to UP 100, 16 November 1953.
UP 701 Feb 1953 17828 Renumbered to UP 101, 16 November 1953.
UP 702 Feb 1953 17829 Renumbered to UP 102, 20 November 1953.
UP 703 Feb 1953 17830 Renumbered to UP 103, 20 November 1953.
UP 704 Feb 1953 17831 Renumbered to UP 104, 17 November 1953.
UP 705 Feb 1953 17832 Renumbered to UP 105, 17 November 1953.
UP 706 Feb 1953 17833 Renumbered to UP 106, 20 November 1953.
UP 707 Feb 1953 17834 Renumbered to UP 107, 19 November 1953.
UP 708 Mar 1953 17835 Renumbered to UP 108, 19 November 1953.
UP 709 Mar 1953 17836 Renumbered to UP 109, 16 November 1953.
UP 710 Jun 1953 18569 Renumbered to UP 110, 20 November 1953.
UP 711 Jun 1953 18570 Renumbered to UP 111, 18 November 1953.
UP 712 Jul 1953 18571 Renumbered to UP 112, 17 November 1953.
UP 713 Jul 1953 18572 Renumbered to UP 113, 22 November 1953.
UP 714 Jul 1953 18573 Renumbered to UP 114, 17 November 1953.
UP 715 Jul 1953 18574 Renumbered to UP 115, 17 November 1953.
UP 716 Aug 1953 18575 Renumbered to UP 116, 17 November 1953.
UP 717 Aug 1953 18576 Renumbered to UP 117, 20 November 1953.
UP 718 Aug 1953 18577 Renumbered to UP 118, 20 November 1953.
UP 719 Aug 1953 18578 Renumbered to UP 119, 17 November 1953.
UP 720 Oct 1953 18711 Renumbered to UP 120, 16 November 1953.
UP 721 Oct 1953 18712 Renumbered to UP 121, 21 November 1953.
UP 722 Oct 1953 18713 Renumbered to UP 122, 16 November 1953.
UP 723 Oct 1953 18714 Renumbered to UP 123, 16 November 1953.
UP 724 Oct 1953 18715 Renumbered to UP 124, by UP upon delivery.
UP 725 Oct 1953 18716 Renumbered to UP 125, by UP upon delivery.
UP 726 Oct 1953 18717 Renumbered to UP 126, by UP upon delivery.
UP 727 Oct 1953 18718 Renumbered to UP 127, by UP upon delivery.
UP 728 Oct 1953 18719 Renumbered to UP 128, by UP upon delivery.
UP 729 Oct 1953 18720 Renumbered to UP 129, by UP upon delivery.

General Notes:

a. Delivered as UP 700-729; renumbered to UP 100-129 during October and November 1953 at Salt Lake, Las Vegas, or Los Angeles, while working on UP's South-Central District (Utah and California divisions).
b. Union Pacific's GP7s were operated long hood forward. The GP7s also had 24 inch exhaust stack extensions, low mounted headlights, emergency warning lights, and an unusual number board arrangement on the long, forward hood. The regular headlights were mounted between the front number boards, 15 inches lower than the EMD standard.
c. UP 700-727 were equipped with 1600 gallon fuel tanks.
d. UP 728 and 729 were equipped with 800 gallon fuel tanks, with 400 gallon water tanks for their steam generators.
e. UP 728 and 729 were equipped with steam generators in November 1953.
f. UP 700-727 had 249,200 pounds operating weight
g. UP 728 and 729 had 246,400 pounds operating weight in freight service; and 253,600 pounds operating weight in passenger service.
h. UP 700-709 were built on EMD order 6483.
i. UP 710-719 were built on EMD order 5245.
j. UP 720-729 were built on EMD order 5305.
k. (Read more about UP's GP7 locomotives)
   

EMD GP20 -- 30 units
2000 horsepower; B-B trucks; 258,200 pounds operating weight

Road
Number
Builder
Date
Builder
Number
Notes
UP 700 Jul 1960 26045 Renumbered to UP 470 in January 1963.
UP 701 Jul 1960 26046 Renumbered to UP 471 in December 1962.
UP 702 Jul 1960 26047 Renumbered to UP 472 in December 1962.
UP 703 Jul 1960 26048 Renumbered to UP 473 in December 1962.
UP 704 Jul 1960 26049 Renumbered to UP 474 in December 1962.
UP 705 Jul 1960 26050 Renumbered to UP 475 in January 1963.
UP 706 Jul 1960 26051 Renumbered to UP 476 in December 1962.
UP 707 Jul 1960 26052 Renumbered to UP 477 in December 1962.
UP 708 Jul 1960 26053 Renumbered to UP 478 in December 1962.
UP 709 Jul 1960 26054 Renumbered to UP 479 in January 1963.
UP 710 Jul 1960 26055 Renumbered to UP 480 in January 1963.
UP 711 Jul 1960 26056 Renumbered to UP 481 in December 1962.
UP 712 Jul 1960 26057 Renumbered to UP 482 in December 1962.
UP 713 Jul 1960 26058 Renumbered to UP 483 in December 1963.
UP 714 Jul 1960 26059 Renumbered to UP 484 in January 1963.
UP 715 Jul 1960 26060 Renumbered to UP 485 in January 1963.
UP 716 Jul 1960 26061 Renumbered to UP 486 in December 1962.
UP 717 Jul 1960 26062 Renumbered to UP 487 in December 1962.
UP 718 Jul 1960 26063 Renumbered to UP 488 in December 1962.
UP 719 Jul 1960 26064 Renumbered to UP 489 in December 1962.
UP 720 Jul 1960 26065 Renumbered to UP 490 in December 1962.
UP 721 Jul 1960 26066 Renumbered to UP 491 in December 1962.
UP 722 Jul 1960 26067 Renumbered to UP 492 in December 1963.
UP 723 Aug 1960 26068 Renumbered to UP 493 in January 1963.
UP 724 Aug 1960 26069 Renumbered to UP 494 in December 1962.
UP 725 Aug 1960 26070 Renumbered to UP 495 in December 1962.
UP 726 Aug 1960 26071 Renumbered to UP 496 in January 1963.
UP 727 Aug 1960 26072 Renumbered to UP 497 in December 1962.
UP 728 Aug 1960 26073 Renumbered to UP 498 in December 1962.
UP 729 Aug 1960 26074 Renumbered to UP 499 in December 1962.

General Notes:

a. Built as UP 700-729; renumbered to UP 470-499 series in 1962 and 1963 to avoid conflict with new GP30s.
b. Built on EMD order number 5624.
   

EMD GP30 -- 36 units
2250 horsepower; B-B trucks; 262,600 pounds operating weight

Road
Number
Builder
Date
Builder
Number
Date
Retired

Notes
UP 700 Feb 1963 28160 23 Nov 1982 Sold for scrap to Erman Corp., Turner, Kans., in October 1983.
UP 701 Feb 1963 28161 28 Jul 1989 Leased in October 1989 to City of Mineral Wells, Texas, for service on the city owned, 22-mile long, Mineral Wells & Eastern Railroad, formerly Union Pacific's Weatherford, Mineral Wells & Northwestern Railway; sold to City of Minerals Wells, Texas, in February 1990; sold to Acadiana Railway 701, Opelousas, La, by mid March 1993.
UP 702 Feb 1963 28162 2 Feb 1987 Sold to National Railway Equipment, 8 January 1988; sold to Soo Line in August 1988, stored at Shoreham Yard, Minneapolis, Minn., until sold to National Railway Equipment in late 1992.
UP 703 Feb 1963 28163 15 Mar 1984 Sold for scrap to St. Louis Auto Shredding, East St. Louis, Illinois, in December 1985.
UP 704 Feb 1963 28164 15 Mar 1984 Sold for scrap to St. Louis Auto Shredding, East St. Louis, Illinois, in December 1985.
UP 705 Feb 1963 28165 May 1985 Sold to Southwest Railroad Car Parts, Longview, Texas, 2 April 1987; sold to Soo Line August 1988.
UP 706 Feb 1963 28166 10 Jan 1987 Sold to National Railway Equipment, 8 January 1988; sold to Soo Line August 1988, stored at Shoreham Yard, Minneapolis, Minn, until sold back to National Railway Equipment in late 1992.
UP 707 Feb 1963 28167 15 Mar 1984 Sold for scrap to David J. Joseph Co., Norfolk, Nebraska, in February 1986.
UP 708 Feb 1963 28168 Aug 1982 Sold to Great Northern Transportation (Colorado & Eastern Railroad; COE) in January 1983; sold to Pielet Brothers Scrap Iron & Metal, McCook, Illinois, 7 August 1988; scrapped.
UP 709 Feb 1963 28169 23 Nov 1982 Sold for scrap to St. Louis Auto Shredding, East St. Louis, Illinois, in December 1985.
UP 710 Feb 1963 28190 Nov 1982 Sold for scrap to Erman Corp., Turner, Kans., in March 1983.
UP 711 Feb 1963 28191 10 Jan 1987 Sold to National Railway Equipment, 8 January 1988; sold to Soo Line in August 1988, stored at Shoreham Yard, Minneapolis, Minn, until sold back to National Railway Equipment in late 1992.
UP 712 Feb 1963 28192 Jul 1982 Sold for scrap to Erman Corp., Turner, Kans., in October 1983.
UP 713 Feb 1963 28193 Jun 1982 Sold to Bargains Galore, Vancouver, Washington, in April 1983; scrapped by Joseph Simon & Sons, Tacoma, Washington.
UP 714 Feb 1963 28194 Jul 1982 Sold for scrap to Erman Corp., Turner, Kans., in October 1983.
UP 715 Feb 1963 28195 Mar 1986 Wrecked (cracked frame). Stripped of usable parts by UP, frame (on flat car) sold to Precision National Corp., Mount Vernon, Illinois, 20 April 1987.
UP 716 Feb 1963 28196 Jul 1982 Sold for scrap to Erman Corp., Turner, Kans., in November 1983.
UP 717 Feb 1963 28197 Aug 1984 Sold to Bargains Galore, Vancouver, Washington, 27 February 1986; scrapped by General Metals, Tacoma, Washington, in May 1986.
UP 718 Feb 1963 28198 Aug 1985 Sold to Great Northern Transportation (Colorado & Eastern Railroad; COE), 5 September 1985. Stored on Council Bluffs Railway, Council Bluffs, Iowa, during mid July 1992. To Iowa Southern.
UP 719 Feb 1963 28199 15 Mar 1984 Sold for scrap to St. Louis Auto Shredding, East St. Louis, Illinois, 12 November 1985.
UP 720 Feb 1963 28200 9 Feb 1987 Wrecked; sold to Durbano, Ogden, Utah, 3 June 1987.
UP 721 Mar 1963 28201 Feb 1983 Sold to Great Northern Transportation (Colorado & Eastern Railroad; COE) in February 1983; sold to Pielet Brothers Scrap Iron & Metal, McCook, Illinois, in February 1989.
UP 722 Mar 1963 28202 23 Nov 1982 Sold for scrap to Erman Corp., Turner, Kans., in March 1983; sold to ATSF for parts in February 1984.
UP 723 Mar 1963 28203 6 Jun 1989 Sold to Railway Motive Power Services, Mead (Spokane), Washington, in September 1989, along with UP 874. Both units traded to BN for BN GP9s 1712 and 1736. Rebuilt to BN GP39M 2833, completed on 23 April 1990.
UP 724 Mar 1963 28204 Apr 1982 Sold for scrap to General Metals, Tacoma, Washington, 28 December 1982.
UP 725 Mar 1963 28205 8 Oct 1985 Sold for scrap to St. Louis Auto Shredding, East St. Louis, Illinois, in December 1985.
UP 726 Mar 1963 28206 17 Aug 1988 Sold to Morrison Knudsen in November 1988, rebuilt to BN GP39M 2807, completed 10 March 1989.
UP 727 Mar 1963 28207 15 Mar 1984 Sold for scrap to St. Louis Auto Shredding, East St. Louis, Illinois, in January 1986.
UP 728 Mar 1963 28208 15 Mar 1984 Sold for scrap to Erman Corp., Turner, Kans., in January 1985.
UP 729 Mar 1963 28209 10 Jan 1987 Sold for scrap to Pielet Brothers Scrap Iron & Metal, McCook, Illinois, 26 June 1987.
UP 730 Mar 1963 28210 Nov 1985 Sold to National Railway Equipment, 8 January 1988; sold to Soo Line in August 1988, stored at Shoreham Yard, Minneapolis, Minn, until sold back to National Railway Equipment in late 1992.
UP 731 Mar 1963 28211 Mar 1982 Sold to Bargains Galore, Vancouver, Washington, in April 1983; scrapped by Joseph Simon & Sons, Tacoma, Washington.
UP 732 Mar 1963 28212 10 Aug 1987 Sold to National Railway Equipment, 8 January 1988; sold to Soo Line in August 1988, stored at Shoreham Yard, Minneapolis, Minn, until sold back to National Railway Equipment in late 1992.
UP 733 Mar 1963 28213 15 Mar 1984 Sold for scrap to General Metals, Tacoma, Washington, 19 July 1984.
UP 734 Mar 1963 28214 Apr 1982 Scrapped by UP at Omaha in November 1982.
UP 735 Jun 1963 28351 Mar 1984 Stripped of usable parts by Union Pacific at Salt Lake City, Utah. Frame sold for scrap to David J. Joseph Co., Plymouth, Utah in February, 1986.

General Notes:

a. UP 700-734 were built using some components, such as trucks and traction motors, from trade-in F3/F7As and Bs.
b. UP 735 was built using some components from wrecked F9A 516 which was used as a direct trade-in.
c. UP 719 was equipped with 59:18 gear ratio and a 2500 horsepower EMD 16-567D3A engine (with 645 power assemblies) from about 1970 to mid-1980 when it was returned to 62:15 gear ratio. UP called it a GP30MA. The unit had an operating weight of 263,400 pounds.
d. UP 703, 704, 707, 719, 727, 728, and 733 (seven units, along with 11 800 class GP30s) retired between late 1982 and mid 1983. All were reinstated in September 1983 and rebuilt using the engines, and sometimes the main generator, from retired GP30Bs. UP 707 was the last to be returned to service, in January 1984.
e. UP 701 and 723 were the last 700-class GP30s to operate on UP, retired in July and June 1989.
f. Built on EMD order 7648.
   

EMD GP30B -- 27 units
2250 horsepower; B-B trucks; 258,800 pounds operating weight

Road
Number
Builder
Date
Builder
Number
Date
Retired

Notes
UP 700B Apr 1963 28215 7 Nov 1983 Sold for scrap to St. Louis Auto Shredding, East St. Louis, Illinois, in September 1986.
UP 701B Apr 1963 28216 7 Nov 1983 Sold for scrap to St. Louis Auto Shredding, East St. Louis, Illinois, in September 1986.
UP 702B Apr 1963 28217 Sep 1983 Sold for scrap to St. Louis Auto Shredding, East St. Louis, Illinois, in September 1986.
UP 703B Apr 1963 28218 7 Nov 1983 Sold for scrap to Durbano, Ogden, Utah in November 1985; scrapped September 1986.
UP 704B Apr 1963 28219 7 Nov 1983 Sold for scrap to Durbano, Ogden, Utah in December 1985; scrapped September 1986.
UP 705B Apr 1963 28220 Jun 1981 Sold for scrap to General Metals, Tacoma, Washington, 31 August 1981.
UP 706B Apr 1963 28221 Feb 1981 Sold to Bargains Galore, Vancouver, Washington, 28 April 1981; scrapped by Joseph Simon & Sons, Tacoma, Washington, in June 1981.
UP 707B May 1963 28222 7 Nov 1983 Sold for scrap to St. Louis Auto Shredding, East St. Louis, Illinois, in September 1986.
UP 708B May 1963 28223 Oct 1980 Long hood used to repair GP30 853. Frame Sold for scrap to Erman Corp., Turner, Kansas, 5 January 1981.
UP 709B May 1963 28224 7 Nov 1983 Sold for scrap to St. Louis Auto Shredding, East St. Louis, Illinois, in September 1986.
UP 710B May 1963 28225 Feb 1970 Wrecked on 17 February 1970 at Grand Island, Nebraska; sold to EMD April 1970.
UP 711B May 1963 28226 7 Nov 1983 Sold for scrap to St. Louis Auto Shredding, East St. Louis, Illinois, in September 1986.
UP 712B May 1963 28227 Aug 1977 Wrecked in June 1977 at Archer, Wyoming; scrapped by Union Pacific at Omaha in July 1977.
UP 713B May 1963 28228 7 Nov 1983 Sold for scrap to Erman Corp., Turner, Kans., in January 1985.
UP 714B May 1963 28229 Feb 1981 Sold to Bargains Galore, Vancouver, Washington, 28 April 1981; scrapped by Joseph Simon & Sons, Tacoma, Washington, in June 1981.
UP 715B May 1963 28230 7 Nov 1983 Sold for scrap to St. Louis Auto Shredding, East St. Louis, Illinois, in September 1986.
UP 716B May 1963 28231 7 Nov 1983 Sold for scrap to Azcon Hyman Michaels, Alton, Illinois, in July 1985.
UP 717B May 1963 28232 7 Nov 1983 Sold for scrap to St. Louis Auto Shredding, East St. Louis, Illinois, in September 1986.
UP 718B Jun 1963 28233 7 Nov 1983 Sold for scrap to St. Louis Auto Shredding, East St. Louis, Illinois, 12 November 1985.
UP 719B Jun 1963 28234 25 Oct 1980 Wrecked in August 1980 at North Platte, Nebraska.
UP 720B Jun 1963 28235 Oct 1980 Sold to Bargains Galore, Vancouver, Washington, 28 April 1981; scrapped by Joseph Simon & Sons, Tacoma, Washington, in June 1981.
UP 721B Jun 1963 28236 7 Nov 1983 Sold for scrap to St. Louis Auto Shredding, East St. Louis, Illinois, in December 1984.
UP 722B Jun 1963 28237 Sep 1983 Sold for scrap to St. Louis Auto Shredding, East St. Louis, Illinois, in September 1986.
UP 723B Jun 1963 28238 Sep 1983 Sold for scrap to St. Louis Auto Shredding, East St. Louis, Illinois, in September 1986.
UP 724B Jun 1963 28239 Sep 1983 Sold for scrap to St. Louis Auto Shredding, East St. Louis, Illinois, in September 1986.
UP 725B Jun 1963 28240 Sep 1983 Stored at Yermo, California, until sold for scrap to St. Louis Auto Shredding, East St. Louis, Illinois, in September 1986. (Previously published as being wrecked in June 1977 at Speer, Wyoming, and scrapped by UP at Omaha, Nebraska, in August 1977; correction based on dated slide from Ken Houghton, and current news reports in The Mixed Train, Extra 2200 South and CTC Board.)
UP 726B Jun 1963 28241 Sep 1983 Sold for scrap to Azcon Hyman Michaels, Alton, Illinois, in July 1985.

General Notes:

a. UP 700B-726B were built using some components, such as trucks and traction motors, from trade-in F3/F7As and Bs.
b. Built on EMD order number 7651.
   

EMD GP30B -- 13 units
2250 horsepower; B-B trucks; operating weight (see general note, below)

Road
Number
Builder
Number
Builder
Date
Date
Retired

Notes
UP 727B Jun 1963 28242 Mar 1981 Sold to Precision National Corp., Mount Vernon, Illinois, 15 June 1981.
UP 728B Jun 1963 28243 Sep 1983 Sold for scrap to Azcon Hyman Michaels, Alton, Illinois, in July 1985.
UP 729B Jun 1963 28244 Sep 1983 Sold for scrap to St. Louis Auto Shredding, East St. Louis, Illinois, in September 1986.
UP 730B Jun 1963 28245 Mar 1981 Sold to Bargains Galore, Vancouver, Washington, 20 July 1981; scrapped by Joseph Simon & Sons, Tacoma, Washington.
UP 731B Jun 1963 28246 Sep 1983 Sold for scrap to Azcon Hyman Michaels, Alton, Illinois, in August 1985.
UP 732B Jun 1963 28247 Sep 1983 Sold for scrap to St. Louis Auto Shredding, East St. Louis, Illinois, in September 1986.
UP 733B Jul 1963 28248 Sep 1983 Sold for scrap to St. Louis Auto Shredding, East St. Louis, Illinois, in September 1986.
UP 734B Jul 1963 28249 Mar 1981 Sold to Precision National Corp., Mount Vernon, Illinois, 15 June 1981.
UP 735B Jul 1963 28250 Sep 1983 Sold for scrap to St. Louis Auto Shredding, East St. Louis, Illinois, in September 1986.
UP 736B Jul 1963 28251 Sep 1983 Sold for scrap to St. Louis Auto Shredding, East St. Louis, Illinois, in September 1986.
UP 737B Jul 1963 28252 Sep 1983 Sold for scrap to St. Louis Auto Shredding, East St. Louis, Illinois, in September 1986.
UP 738B Jul 1963 28253 25 Oct 1980 Sold for scrap to Naporano Iron & Metal, Newark, N.J., on 5 May 1981.
UP 739B Jul 1963 28254 Oct 1983 Sold for scrap to Durbano, Ogden, Utah in November 1985; scrapped September 1986.

General Notes:

a. UP 727B-739B were built using some components, such as trucks and traction motors, from trade-in F3/F7As and Bs.
b. UP 727B-739B were equipped with steam generators for standby passenger service; by the early 1970s all steam generators had been retired in place on the locomotives.
c. Operating weight: 262,900 pounds in freight service; 272,100 pounds in passenger service.
d. Built on EMD order number 7651.
   

EMD GP40 -- 9 units
3000 horsepower; B-B trucks; 277,000 pounds operating weight

Road
Number
First
Number
Builder
Date
Builder
Number
Date
Retired
Notes
(UP 718) D&RGW 3060 Jan 1966 31004 22 Aug 2001  
(UP 719) D&RGW 3064 Sep 1966 32170 28 Sep 1998 1
(UP 720) D&RGW 3054 Jan 1966 30998 26 Dec 2001  
(UP 721) D&RGW 3072 Feb 1967 32883 15 May 2000  
(UP 722) D&RGW 3071 Feb 1967 32882 25 May 2001  
(UP 723) D&RGW 3075 Feb 1967 32886 25 May 2001  
(UP 724) D&RGW 3078 Feb 1967 32889 4 Jun 1998 2
(UP 725) D&RGW 3079 Feb 1967 32890 28 Jul 1999  
(UP 726) D&RGW 3080 Feb 1967 32891 20 Jun 2001  

General Notes:

a. Original total of D&RGW 30 units, numbered D&RGW 3051-3080; SP retired 14 units (D&RGW 3052, 3055-3058, 3063, 3065, 3067, 3069, 3070, 3073, 3074, 3076, and 3077) prior to the merger.
b. Total of 16 units to UP at merger; nine units (above) were assigned UP 718-726; the other seven units were not assigned UP numbers; all 16 units were retired by UP between March 1997 and December 2001.
c. Not assigned new numbers in the December 1999 renumber plan.
d. See also D&RGW GP40 roster for full details of the original 30 units.

Notes:

1. D&RGW 3064 was retired by SP in December 1993; stored out of service at Denver at the time of the UP merger; in service on UP during August 1998; sold by UP to EMD on 28 September 1998, moved to VMV Enterprises at Paducah, Kentucky, during November 1998. (An incorrect published report showed that D&RGW 3064 was supposedly sold by OmniTRAX in January 1995, then to South East Kansas Railroad (SEKR), but there is no further record of such a sale.)
2. D&RGW 3078 was sold to Helm Financial on 29 May 1998; rebuilt to a GP38-2 by Boise Locomotive Co., Boise, Idaho; completed as UP 2581 on 18 December 1998 (assigned UP 1081).
   

EMD GP40 -- 13 units
3000 horsepower; B-B trucks; 277,000 pounds operating weight

Road
Number
Previous
Number
Builder
Date
Builder
Number
Date
Retired
Notes
(UP 727) D&RGW 3131 Aug 1968 34290 25 May 2001  
(UP 728) D&RGW 3132 Aug 1968 34292 12 Oct 2000  
(UP 729) D&RGW 3136 Aug 1968 34301 26 Apr 2000 1
(UP 730) SP 3138 Aug 1968 34303 30 Jun 1999 2
  D&RGW 3139 Aug 1968 34304 26 Mar 1997 3
(UP 731) D&RGW 3141 Sep 1968 34306 17 Jul 2001  
(UP 732) D&RGW 3142 Sep 1968 34330 25 May 2001  
(UP 733) D&RGW 3147 Sep 1968 34336 16 Jul 1997 4
(UP 734) D&RGW 3148 Sep 1968 34337 4 Jun 1998 5
(UP 735) D&RGW 3149 Oct 1968 34340 15 May 2000  
(UP 736) D&RGW 3151 Oct 1968 34343 26 Apr 2000 1
  D&RGW 3152 Oct 1968 34345 26 Mar 1997 6
(UP 737) D&RGW 3153 Oct 1968 34346 26 Mar 1997 7

General Notes:

a. Original total of 23 D&RGW units, numbered D&RGW 3131-3153; SP retired 10 units (D&RGW 3133, 3134, 3135, 3137, 3140, 3143, 3144, 3145, 3146, 3150) prior to the merger; two units (D&RGW 3139 and 3152) were out of service at time of the merger and were not assigned UP numbers.
b. Built as Penn Central units; to Conrail in 1976; lease to Conrail expired and units returned to owner/lessor; leased by D&RGW for 90 days beginning in November 1983, using former CR road numbers; purchased in January 1984 and repainted to D&RGW.
c. Total of 13 units to UP at merger; 11 units assigned UP 727-737, none renumbered prior to retirement (all 13 units retired by UP from March 1997 to May 2001).
d. Not assigned new numbers in the December 1999 renumber plan.
e. See also D&RGW GP40 roster for full details of the original 23 units.
f. Individual unit histories:
  Road
Number
First
Number
Second
Number
Third
Number
Fourth
Number
Fifth
Number
  UP 727 PC 3113 CR 3113 D&RGW 3173 D&RGW 3131  
  UP 728 PC 3115 CR 3115 D&RGW 3176 D&RGW 3132  
  UP 729 PC 3124 CR 3124 D&RGW 3180 D&RGW 3136  
  UP 730 PC 3126 CR 3126 D&RGW 3174 D&RGW 3138 SP 3138
    PC 3127 CR 3127 D&RGW 3170 D&RGW 3139  
  UP 731 PC 3129 CR 3129 D&RGW 3179 D&RGW 3141  
  UP 732 PC 3153 CR 3153 D&RGW 3153 D&RGW 3142  
  UP 733 PC 3159 CR 3159 D&RGW 3159 D&RGW 3147  
  UP 734 PC 3160 CR 3160 D&RGW 3160 D&RGW 3148  
  UP 735 PC 3163 CR 3163 D&RGW 3163 D&RGW 3149  
  UP 736 PC 3166 CR 3166 D&RGW 3164 D&RGW 3151  
    PC 3168 CR 3168 D&RGW 3168 D&RGW 3152  
  UP 737 PC 3169 CR 3169 D&RGW 3169 D&RGW 3153  

Notes:

1. D&RGW 3136 and 3151 were moved from NRE at Mount Vernon, Illinois, to VMV Enterprises, Paducah, Kentucky, in late January 2001.
2. D&RGW 3138 was repainted to SP 3138 before July 1996.
3. D&RGW 3139 was out of service at the time of the UP merger and was not assigned a UP number; sold by UP to Helm Financial on 29 May 1998; rebuilt to a GP38-2 by Boise Locomotive Co., Boise, Idaho (BLC), completed as UP 2582 on 17 September 1998 (assigned UP 1082).
4. D&RGW 3147 (assigned UP 733) was sold to Helm Financial on 29 May 1998; rebuilt to a GP38-2 by BLC; completed as UP 2583 on 23 September 1998 (assigned UP 1083).
5. D&RGW 3148 (assigned UP 734) was sold to Helm Financial on 29 May 1998; rebuilt to a GP38-2 by BLC; completed as UP 2584 on 8 October 1998 (assigned UP 1084).
6. D&RGW 3152 was out of service at the time of the UP merger and was not assigned a UP number; sold by UP to Helm Financial on 29 May 1998; rebuilt to a GP38-2 by BLC, completed as UP 2585 on 11 August 1998 (assigned UP 1085).
7. D&RGW 3153 (assigned UP 737) was sold to Helm Financial on 29 May 1998; rebuilt to a GP38-2 by BLC; completed as UP 2586 on 8 November 1998 (assigned UP 1086).

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