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Roster of Diesel and Turbine Locomotives, 1934-2009

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Union Pacific passenger train power, during and after 1948

EMD F3A -- 5 units
1500 horsepower; B-B trucks; 248,400 pounds operating weight

Road
Number
First
Number
Builder
Date
Builder
Number
Date To
900 Series
Notes
UP 900 UP 964A Sep 1947 4480 Apr 1948 Renumbered to UP 1451 in September 1953.
UP 901 UP 965A Sep 1947 4481 Mar 1948 Renumbered to UP 1452 in September 1953.
UP 902 UP 966A Sep 1947 4482 Mar 1948 Renumbered to UP 1453 in July 1953.
UP 903 UP 967A Sep 1947 4483 Mar 1948 Rebuilt to UP F7A 1454 in January 1955.
UP 904 UP 968A Oct 1947 4484 Mar 1948 Renumbered to UP 1455 in August 1953.

General Notes:

a. Built as UP 964A-968A, renumbered to UP 900-905 in March and April 1948.
b. Equipped with high speed 56:21 gear ratio for passenger service; reassigned to freight service and regeared to 62:15 gear ratio; Renumbered to UP 1451 series.
c. Equipped with 600 gallon water tanks to furnish water for steam generator-equipped B-units.
d. Union Pacific's model designation for these units was FP-3, although they were not equipped with steam generators.
e. Built on EMD order number E845.
   

EMD F3A -- 6 units
1500 horsepower; B-B trucks; 248,400 pounds operating weight

Road
Number
Builder
Date
Builder
Number
Notes
UP 905 May 1948 6660 Rebuilt to UP F7A 1456 in February 1955.
UP 906 Jun 1948 6661 Renumbered to UP 1457 in May 1953.
UP 907 Jun 1948 6662 Renumbered to UP 1458 in May 1953.
UP 908 Jun 1948 6663 Renumbered to UP 1459 in September 1953.
UP 909 Jun 1948 6664 Rebuilt to UP F7A 1460 in December 1954.
UP 910 Jun 1948 6665 Renumbered to UP 1461 in May 1953.

General Notes:

a. Equipped with high speed 56:21 gear ratio for passenger service; reassigned to freight service and regeared to 62:15 gear ratio; Renumbered to UP 1456 series.
b. Equipped with 600 gallon water tanks to furnish water for steam generator-equipped B-units.
c. Union Pacific's model designation for these units was FP-3, although they were not equipped with steam generators.
d. Built on EMD order number E1019.
   

EMD FP7 -- 2 units
1500 horsepower; B-B trucks; 255,100 pounds operating weight

Road
Number
Builder
Date
Builder
Number
Notes
UP 911 Apr 1952 17231 Regeared for freight service and renumbered to UP 1498 in February 1956.
UP 912 Apr 1952 17234 Regeared for freight service and renumbered to UP 1499 in February 1956.

General Notes:

a. Built with steam generators, water tanks, and high speed 56:21 gear ratio for passenger service. Steam generators retired in place when regeared for freight service, and renumbered to UP 1400 series.
b. Originally built for Mexican National Railways (NdeM), who could not accept delivery (planned NdeM road numbers were 9103 and 9104). Units sold to UP in May 1952.
c. Built on EMD order number 6444.
   

EMD F3B -- 10 units
1500 horsepower; B-B trucks; 248,600 pounds operating weight

Road
Number
First
Number
Builder
Date
Builder
Number
Date To
900 Series
Notes
UP 900B UP 969B Sep 1947 4485 Apr 1948 Renumbered to UP 1451B in July 1953.
UP 900C UP 970B Sep 1947 4486 Mar 1948 Renumbered to UP 1451C in September 1953.
UP 901B UP 971B Sep 1947 4487 Mar 1948 Renumbered to UP 1452B in July 1953.
UP 901C UP 972B Sep 1947 4488 Mar 1948 Renumbered to UP 1452C in July 1953.
UP 902B UP 973B Sep 1947 4489 Mar 1948 Renumbered to UP 1453B in September 1953.
UP 902C UP 974B Sep 1947 4490 Mar 1948 Renumbered to UP 1453C in August 1953.
UP 903B UP 975B Sep 1947 4491 Apr 1948 Renumbered to UP 1454B in April 1953.
UP 903C UP 976B Sep 1947 4842 May 1948 Renumbered to UP 1454C in May 1953.
UP 904B UP 977B Sep 1947 4843 Apr 1948 Renumbered to UP 1455B in August 1953.
UP 904C UP 978B Sep 1947 4844 Mar 1948 Renumbered to UP 1455C in August 1953.

General Notes:

a. Built as UP 969B-978B, renumbered to UP 900B,C-904B,C in March and April 1948.
b. Equipped with steam generators, water tanks, and high speed 56:21 gear ratio for passenger service.
c. Built on EMD order number E845.
   

EMD F3B -- 6 units
1500 horsepower; B-B trucks; 248,600 pounds operating weight

Road
Number
Builder
Date
Builder
Number
Notes
UP 905B May 1948 6666 Renumbered to UP 1456B in April 1953.
UP 905C May 1948 6667 Renumbered to UP 1456C in June 1953.
UP 907B Jun 1948 6668 Renumbered to UP 1457B in June 1953
UP 907C Jun 1948 6669 Renumbered to UP 1457C in June 1953.
UP 909B Jun 1948 6670 Renumbered to UP 1458B in October 1953.
UP 909C Jun 1948 6671 Renumbered to UP 1458C in May 1953.

General Notes:

a. Equipped with steam generators, water tanks, and high speed 56:21 gear ratio for passenger service.
b. Built on EMD order number E1019.
   

EMD F7B -- 2 units
1500 horsepower; B-B trucks; 244,900 pounds operating weight

Road
Number
Builder
Date
Builder
Number
Notes
UP 910B Apr 1952 17232 Regeared for freight service and Renumbered to UP 1498B in February 1956.
UP 910C Apr 1952 17233 Regeared for freight service and Renumbered to UP 1498C in February 1956.

General Notes:

a. Built with steam generators, water tanks, and high speed 56:21 gear ratio for passenger service. Steam generators retired in place when regeared for freight service, and renumbered to UP 1400 series.
b. Originally built for Mexican National Railways (NdeM), who could not accept delivery. Units sold to UP in May 1952.
c. Built on EMD order number 6444.
   

EMD E9A -- 15 units
2400 horsepower; A1A-A1A trucks; 343,400 pounds operating weight (228,100 pounds weight on drivers)

Road
Number
Builder
Date
Builder
Number
Direct Trade-in
Unit
Date
Retired
Amtrak
Number
Notes
UP 900 May 1956 21261 E6A 987 Jun 1969   1
UP 901 May 1956 21262 E3A 991 Jun 1969   2
UP 902 May 1956 21263 E6A 992 Feb 1969   3
UP 903 Feb 1956 21264 E6A 993 Aug 1969   4
UP 904 Jan 1956 21265 E6A 994 Jun 1972 AMTK 411 5
UP 905 Jan 1956 21266 E6A 995 Jun 1969   6
UP 906 Jan 1956 21267 E6A 996 Sep 1971   7
UP 907 Jun 1956 21268 E6A 997 Dec 1973 AMTK 412 8
UP 908 Aug 1961 26672 E7A 998 28 May 1972 AMTK 413 9
UP 909 Aug 1961 26673 E7A 999 Dec 1973 AMTK 414 10
UP 910 Dec 1962 27694 E7A 986 Aug 1971 AMTK 415 11
UP 911 Dec 1962 27695 E7B 994B May 1971 AMTK 416 12
UP 912 Dec 1963 28667 E7A 988 Sep 1972 AMTK 417 13
UP 913 Dec 1963 28668 E7A 989 Sep 1972 AMTK 418 14
UP 914 Dec 1963 28669 E7A 990 May 1971 AMTK 419 15

General Notes:

a. UP 900-914 were equipped with ATS (Automatic Train Stop) for service on AT&SF tracks between Yermo and Riverside, California.
b. UP 900-907 were built on EMD order number 7527 (shared with UP 900B-904B).
c. UP 908 and 909 were built on EMD order number 7604.
d. UP 910 and 911 were built on EMD order number 7629 (shared with UP 910B and 911B).
e. UP 912-914 were built on EMD order number 7689 (shared with UP 912B and 913B).

Notes:

1. UP 900 was sold to CRI&P 662 in June 1969.
2. UP 901 was sold to CRI&P 663 in June 1969.
3. UP 902 was traded to EMD in February 1969.
4. UP 903 was sold to CRI&P 664 in August 1969.
5. UP 904 was sold to Amtrak 411 in February 1972; retired by Amtrak by 1980; sold to Precision National Corp., Mount Vernon, Illinois, in June 1981; scrapped.
6. UP 905 was sold to CRI&P 665 in June 1969.
7. UP 906 was sold to Precision National Corp., Mount Vernon, Illinois, in September 1972; used for parts by C&NW, returned to Precision National Corp., Mount Vernon, Illinois, in December 1972.
8. UP 907 was leased to Amtrak 1412 in May 1972; sold to Amtrak 412 in December 1973; retired by Amtrak by 1980; sold to Precision National Corp., Mount Vernon, Illinois, in June 1981; scrapped.
9. UP 908 was leased to Amtrak 413 in July 1971, returned to UP unserviceable; sold for parts to Morrison Knudsen in October 1973; scrapped in August 1975.
10. UP 909 was leased to Amtrak 1414 in May 1972; sold to Amtrak 414 in December 1973.
11. UP 910 was sold to Amtrak 415 in September 1972; retired by Amtrak by 1980; sold to Precision National Corp., Mount Vernon, Illinois, in June 1981; scrapped.
12. UP 911 was sold to Amtrak 416 in May 1971; retired by Amtrak by 1980; sold to Precision National Corp., Mount Vernon, Illinois, in June 1981; scrapped.
13. UP 912 was sold to Amtrak 417 in September 1972; sold to Precision National Corp., Mount Vernon, Illinois, in June 1981; sold to Connecticut Valley Railroad Museum, Essex, Connecticut., in February 1985; repainted and renumbered to New York Central 4096.
14. UP 913 was sold to Amtrak 418 in September 1972; retired by Amtrak by 1980; sold to Precision National Corp., Mount Vernon, Illinois, in June 1981; scrapped.
15. UP 914 was sold to Amtrak 419 in May 1971; retired by Amtrak by 1980; sold to Precision National Corp., Mount Vernon, Illinois, in June 1981; scrapped.
   

EMD E8A -- 1 unit
2250 horsepower; A1A-A1A trucks; 332,500 pounds operating weight (223,700 pounds weight on drivers)

Road
Number
Builder
Date
Builder
Number
Date
Retired
Notes
UP 925 Jun 1952 1966 Aug 1969 Sold to CRI&P 657 in August 1969.

General Notes:

a. UP 925 was equipped with ATS (Automatic Train Stop) for service on AT&SF tracks between Yermo and Riverside, California.
b. UP 925 was built using ex C&NW E7A 5007B as a direct trade-in. C&NW 5007B was wrecked on the UP on September 1951 at Wyuta, Utah; purchased by UP and sent to EMD to be rebuilt.
c. UP 925 had EMD rebuild order number 8012.
   

EMD E8A -- 5 units
2250 horsepower; A1A-A1A trucks; 340,300 pounds operating weight (228,900 pounds weight on drivers)

Road
Number
Builder
Date
Builder
Number
Date
Retired
Amtrak
Number
Notes
UP 926 May 1950 10777 Jun 1972 AMTK 325 1
UP 927 Jun 1950 10778 Sep 1972   2
UP 928 Jul 1950 10779 31 Jul 1980   3
UP 929 Aug 1950 10780 Jun 1972 AMTK 326 4
UP 930 Aug 1950 10781 Aug 1969   5

General Note:

a. UP 926-930 were equipped with ATS (Automatic Train Stop) for service on AT&SF tracks between Yermo and Riverside, California.
b. Built on EMD order number 2019 (shared with UP 926B-930B).

Notes:

1. UP 926 was leased to Amtrak 325 in May 1971; sold to Amtrak 325 in June 1972; renumbered to Amtrak 437 in June 1975; renumbered to Amtrak 367 in 1976; renumbered to Amtrak 468 in mid 1977.
2. UP 927 was sold to Precision National Corp., Mount Vernon, Illinois, in September 1972; sold to C&NW 507 in September 1972.
3. UP 928 was donated to Western Heritage Museum, Omaha, Nebraska, 10 July 1981, without diesel engines or traction motors; stored outside and damaged by weather and vandals; sold to a private individual in about 2000; moved to Cheyenne for storage and use as parts source until owner can have front section (cab, nose, etc.) removed for separate display.
4. UP 929 was sold to Amtrak 326 in June 1972; renumbered to Amtrak 438 in June 1975; renumbered to Amtrak 368 in 1976; renumbered to Amtrak 469 in mid 1977.
5. UP 930 was sold to CRI&P 658 in August 1969.
   

EMD E8A -- 12 units
2250 horsepower; A1A-A1A trucks; 339,300 pounds operating weight (228,200 pounds weight on drivers)

Road
Number
Builder
Date
Builder
Number
Date
Retired
Amtrak
Number
Notes
UP 931 Mar 1953 17783 Nov 1973 AMTK 327 1
UP 932 Mar 1953 17784 Jun 1971 AMTK 328 2
UP 933 Mar 1953 17785 Oct 1971 AMTK 329 3
UP 934 Apr 1953 17786 Sep 1972   4
UP 935 Apr 1953 17787 Jul 1969   5
UP 936 Apr 1953 17788 Nov 1969   6
UP 937 Apr 1953 17789 May 1969   7
UP 938 Apr 1953 17790 Sep 1971 AMTK 330 8
UP 939 Apr 1953 18270 Nov 1973 AMTK 331 9
UP 940 May 1953 18271 Sep 1972   10
UP 941 May 1953 18272 Sep 1969   11
UP 942 May 1953 18273 Sep 1972   12

General Notes:

a. UP 942 was UP last delivered E8A unit, delivered in May 1953 (the first E9, UP 943, was delivered one year later)
b. UP 931-942 were equipped with ATS (Automatic Train Stop) for service on AT&SF tracks between Yermo and Riverside, California.
c. UP 931-938 were built on EMD order number 2052 (shared with UP 931B-944B).
d. UP 939-942 were built on EMD order number 2060 (shared with UP 945B-949B).

Notes:

1. UP 931 was leased to Amtrak 1327 in May 1972; sold to Amtrak 327 in November 1973; retired by Amtrak, 26 June 1974; sold for scrap to Naporano Iron & Metal, Newark, New Jersey in July 1975.
2. UP 932 was sold to Amtrak 328 in May 1972; renumbered to Amtrak 462 in mid 1977.
3. UP 933 was sold to Amtrak 329 in July 1972; retired by Amtrak in late 1976; sold for scrap to Industrial Maintenance Service, Hammond, Indiana, in December 1976.
4. UP 934 was sold to Precision National Corp., Mount Vernon, Illinois, in September 1972; sold to C&NW 508 in September 1972.
5. UP 935 was sold to CRI&P 659 in July 1969.
6. UP 936 was traded to EMD in November 1969.
7. UP 937 was sold to CRI&P 660 in May 1969.
8. UP 938 was sold to Amtrak 330 in July 1972; wrecked; retired by Amtrak in late 1976; sold for scrap to Industrial Maintenance Service, Hammond, Indiana, in December 1976.
9. UP 939 was leased to Amtrak 1331 in May 1972; sold to Amtrak 331 in November 1973; retired by Amtrak, 26 June 1974; sold for scrap to Naporano Iron & Metal, Newark, New Jersey in July 1975.
10. UP 940 was sold to Precision National Corp., Mount Vernon, Illinois, in September 1972; sold to C&NW 509 in September 1972.
11. UP 941 was sold to CRI&P 661 in June 1969.
12. UP 942 was sold to Precision National Corp., Mount Vernon, Illinois, in September 1972; sold to C&NW 510 in September 1972; sold to RTA/Metra 510 on 31 December 1977; sold to Kasten Railcar Services, Edwardsville, Illinois, late 1989; sold to Pacific Rail Industries, Colton, California, in March 1991 for potential use on a tourist train operation; partially reconditioned by Pacific Rail during 1992; sold to Orange Empire Railway Museum, Perris, California, in early 1997, delivered in late June 1997 after having lead traction motor replaced by UP at Los Angeles; repainted non-UP yellow; reconditioned and restored to full and very accurate UP paint and lettering beginning in late 2011, completed in late April 2012 (View a photo of the restored UP 942 at Railpictures.net).
   

EMD E9A -- 5 units
2400 horsepower; A1A-A1A trucks; 343,400 pounds operating weight (225,500 pounds weight on drivers)

Road
Number
Builder
Date
Builder
Number
Date
Retired
Amtrak
Number
Notes
UP 943 May 1954 19281 Nov 1973 AMTK 420 1
UP 944 May 1954 19282 Sep 1971 AMTK 421 2
UP 945 May 1954 19283 Sep 1971 AMTK 422 3
UP 946 Jun 1954 19284 Sep 1971 AMTK 423 4
UP 947 Jun 1954 19285 Jun 1972 AMTK 424 5

General Note:

a. UP 943-947 were equipped with ATS (Automatic Train Stop) for service on AT&SF tracks between Yermo and Riverside, California.
b. Built on EMD order number 2058 (shared with UP 950B-959B).

Notes:

1. UP 943 was leased to Amtrak 1420 in May 1972; sold to Amtrak 420 in November 1973; retired by Amtrak by 1980; sold to Precision National Corp., Mount Vernon, Illinois, in June 1981; scrapped.
2. UP 944 was leased to Amtrak 421 in May 1971; sold to Amtrak 421 in September 1971; retired by Amtrak by 1980; sold to Precision National Corp., Mount Vernon, Illinois, in June 1981; scrapped.
3. UP 945 was sold to Amtrak 422 in September 1972; retired by Amtrak by 1980; sold to Precision National Corp., Mount Vernon, Illinois, in June 1981; scrapped.
4. UP 946 was leased to Amtrak 423 in May 1971; sold to Amtrak 423 in September 1971; retired by Amtrak by 1980; sold to Precision National Corp., Mount Vernon, Illinois, in June 1981; scrapped.
5. UP 947 was leased to Amtrak 424 in July 1971; sold to Amtrak 424 in June 1972; retired by Amtrak by 1980; sold to Precision National Corp., Mount Vernon, Illinois, in June 1981; scrapped.
   

EMD E9A -- 9 units
2400 horsepower; A1A-A1A trucks; 344,200 pounds operating weight (231,600 pounds weight on drivers)

Road
Number
Builder
Date
Builder
Number
Date
Retired
Amtrak
Number
Notes
UP 948 May 1955 20485 Jun 1972 AMTK 425 1
UP 949 May 1955 20486 Sep 1972   2
UP 950 May 1955 20487 Sep 1971   3
UP 951 May 1955 20488     4
UP 952 Jun 1955 20489 May 1972 AMTK 426 5
UP 953 Jun 1955 20490 Nov 1973 AMTK 427 6
UP 954 Jun 1955 20491 31 Jul 1980   7
UP 955 Jun 1955 20492 Nov 1973 AMTK 428 8
UP 956 Jun 1955 20493 Nov 1971 AMTK 429 9

General Notes:

a. UP 948-956 were equipped with ATS (Automatic Train Stop) for service on AT&SF tracks between Yermo and Riverside, California.
b. In 1974-1977, UP 951 was loaned to the sponsors of the American Freedom Train and was painted red, white and blue to serve as lead unit on the "Preamble Express", which toured the country between August and November 1974 to promote the upcoming bicentennial tour of the AFT; returned to full UP yellow paint in August 1977.
c. UP 949 and 951 were sent to VMV Enterprises, Paducah, Kentucky, in June 1992 to be completely remanufactured; the remanufacture effort included a new 16 cylinder 2000-horsepower EMD 645 engine (replacing the original twin 12-cylinder 1,200-horsepower 567 engines), with an AR10 alternator and a GP38-2 design electrical system, completed in late April 1993. (Read more about UP 949 and 951 as part of Union Pacific's Heritage Fleet)
d. UP 956 was displayed General Motors' "Powerama," in Chicago, Illinois, in August and September 1955.
e. Built on EMD order number 2070 (shared with UP 960B-966B).

Notes:

1. UP 948 was leased to Amtrak 425 in May 1971; sold to Amtrak 425 in June 1972; retired by Amtrak by 1980; sold to Precision National Corp., Mount Vernon, Illinois, in June 1981; scrapped.
2. UP 949 was sold to Precision National Corp., Mount Vernon, Illinois, in September 1972; sold to C&NW 511 in September 1972; sold to METRA, after that agency's takeover of the C&NW Chicago commuter operations; sold to Kasten Rail Car Services; UP acquired the unit (along with an ex UP sleeper) in trade for an ex MP business car, on September 11, 1990, to have a second E-unit to operate with UP 951 on special passenger trains.
3. UP 950 was sold to Precision National Corp., Mount Vernon, Illinois, in September 1972; sold to Morrison Knudsen at Boise, Idaho, for parts.
4. UP 951 was first retired 31 July 1980; reinstated on 22 February 1984; rebuilt by UP for excursion service in August 1984; rebuilt with a single 16 cylinder, 2000 horsepower EMD 645 engine in April 1993; retained by UP as part of heritage fleet at Cheyenne, Wyoming, for special service.
5. UP 952 was sold to Amtrak 426 in May 1972; retired by Amtrak by 1980; sold to Precision National Corp., Mount Vernon, Illinois, in June 1981; scrapped.
6. UP 953 was leased to Amtrak 1427 in May 1972; sold to Amtrak 427 in November 1973; retired by Amtrak by 1980; sold to Precision National Corp., Mount Vernon, Illinois, in June 1981; scrapped.
7. UP 954 was sold for scrap to Naporano Iron & Metal, Newark, New Jersey in November 1980.
8. UP 955 was leased to Amtrak 1428 in May 1972; sold to Amtrak 428 in November 1973; retired by Amtrak by 1980; sold to Precision National Corp., Mount Vernon, Illinois, in June 1981; scrapped.
9. UP 956 was sold to Amtrak 429 in September 1972; retired by Amtrak by 1980; sold to Precision National Corp., Mount Vernon, Illinois, in June 1981; scrapped.
   

EMD E9A -- 6 units
2400 horsepower; A1A-A1A trucks; 344,200 pounds operating weight (231,600 pounds weight on drivers)

Road
Number
Builder
Date
Builder
Number
Date
Retired
Amtrak
Number
Notes
UP 957 Sep 1955 20494 Jun 1972 AMTK 430 1
UP 958 Sep 1955 20495 Jun 1972 AMTK 431 2
UP 959 Sep 1955 20496 Sep 1971 AMTK 432 3
UP 960 Oct 1955 20497 31 July 1980   4
UP 961 Oct 1955 20498 Jun 1972 AMTK 433 5
UP 962 Oct 1955 20499 Jan 1968   6

General Note:

a. UP 957-962 were equipped with ATS (Automatic Train Stop) for service on AT&SF tracks between Yermo and Riverside, California.
b. Built on EMD order number 2072 (shared with UP 967B-974B).

Notes:

1. UP 957 was leased to Amtrak 430 in May 1971; sold to Amtrak 430 in June 1972; sold to Alaska Railroad 2401; sold to Northern Rail Car, North Fond du Lac, Wisconsin; sold to Wisconsin & Southern Railroad (WSOR), in service as WSOR no. 103.
2. UP 958 was leased to Amtrak 431 in July 1971; returned to UP unserviceable; sold for scrap to Naporano Iron & Metal, Newark, New Jersey
3. UP 959 was sold to Amtrak 432 in July 1972; retired by Amtrak by 1980; sold to Precision National Corp., Mount Vernon, Illinois, in June 1981; scrapped.
4. UP 960 was sold for scrap to Naporano Iron & Metal, Newark, New Jersey in November 1980.
5. UP 961 was sold to Amtrak 433 in September 1972; retired by Amtrak by 1980; sold to Precision National Corp., Mount Vernon, Illinois, in June 1981; scrapped.
6. UP 962 was wrecked on 21 December 1967 at Wamego, Kansas; scrapped by UP at Omaha during 1969.
   

EMD E7A -- 1 unit
2000 horsepower; A1A-A1A trucks; 323,700 pounds operating weight (218,000 pounds weight on drivers)

Road
Number
First
Number
Second
Number
Builder
Date
Builder
Number
Date
Retired
Notes
UP 986 UP 907A UP 986J Aug 1946 3509 Dec 1962 Direct trade-in to EMD on UP E9A 910.

General Notes:

a. Built as UP 907A; renumbered to UP 986J in March 1948; renumbered to UP 986 in December 1948.
b. Built on EMD order number E690.
   

EMD E6A -- 1 unit
2000 horsepower; A1A-A1A trucks; 314,400 pounds operating weight (211,900 pounds weight on drivers)

Road
Number
First
Number
Second
Number
Third
Number
Builder
Date
Builder
Number
Date
Retired
Notes
UP 987 UP LA-4 UP 924A UP 987J Feb 1941 1172 May 1956 Trade-in to EMD in May 1956.

General Notes:

a. Built as UP LA-4; renumbered to UP 924A in August 1946; renumbered to UP 987J in March 1948; renumbered to UP 987 in December 1948.
b. Built on EMD order number E341.
   

EMD E7A -- 1 unit
2000 horsepower; A1A-A1A trucks; 323,700 pounds operating weight (218,000 pounds weight on drivers)

Road
Number
First
Number
Builder
Date
Builder
Number
Date
To UP
Date
Retired
Notes
UP 988 EMD 765 Apr 1947 4147 Mar 1950 Dec 1963 Direct trade-in to EMD on UP E9A 912 in December 1963.

General Notes:

a. UP 988 built as EMD E7A demonstrator 765, as part of the Train of Tomorrow, a special four-car Pullman Standard-built train used to demonstrate then-modern passenger car construction techniques. The train was painted medium blue with stainless steel panels and first ran between Chicago and southern Indiana on 26 May 1947. The entire train later completed an 86-city tour of the U.S. The Train of Tomorrow included the first dome cars to be built; one of the cars, named Moon Glow, has been preserved by the Ogden Union Station Museum in Ogden, Utah.
b. UP 988 was purchased by UP, along with the entire four-car Train of Tomorrow, on 31 March 1950. The train entered service as the City of Seattle, operating between Seattle, Washington, and Portland, Oregon, on 18 June 1950.
c. Built on EMD order number E765.
   

EMD E7A -- 2 units
2000 horsepower; A1A-A1A trucks; 323,700 pounds operating weight (218,000 pounds weight on drivers)

Road
Number
First
Number
Second
Number
Builder
Date
Builder
Number
Date
Retired
Notes
UP 989 UP 930A UP 989J Aug 1946 3507 Dec 1963 Direct trade-in to EMD on UP E9A 913 in December 1963.
UP 990 UP 931A UP 990J Aug 1946 3508 Dec 1963 Direct trade-in to EMD on UP E9A 914 in December 1963.

General Notes:

a. Built as UP 930A and 931A; renumbered to UP 989J and 990J in March 1948; renumbered to UP 989 and 990 in December 1948.
b. Built on EMD order number E690.
   

EMC E3A -- 1 unit
2000 horsepower; A1A-A1A trucks; 308,500 pounds operating weight (207,900 pounds weight on drivers)

Road
Number
First
Number
Second
Number
Third
Number
Builder
Date
Builder
Number
Date
Retired
Notes
UP 991 UP LA-5 UP 5-M-1A UP 951A Mar 1939 893 May 1956 Direct trade-in to EMD on UP E9A 901 in May 1956.

General Notes:

a. Built as UP LA-5; renumbered to UP 5-M-1A in February 1941; renumbered to UP 951A in August 1946; renumbered to UP 991 in March 1948.
b. Built under EMC order number E225.
   

EMC E6A -- 6 units
2000 horsepower; A1A-A1A trucks; 314,400 pounds operating weight (211,900 pounds weight on drivers)

Road
Number
First
Number
Second
Number
Builder
Date
Builder
Number
Notes
UP 992 UP 7-M-1 UP 953A Aug 1940 1136 Traded to EMD in May 1956.
UP 993 UP 7-M-2 UP 954A Aug 1940 1137 Traded to EMD in February 1956.
UP 994 UP 8-M-1 UP 955A Aug 1940 1138 Traded to EMD in January 1956.
UP 995 UP 8-M-2 UP 956A Aug 1940 1139 Traded to EMD in January 1956.
UP 996 UP 9-M-1 UP 957A Aug 1940 1140 Traded to EMD in January 1956.
UP 997 UP 9-M-2 UP 958A Aug 1940 1141 Traded to EMD in June 1956.

General Notes:

a. Built as UP 7-M-1, 7-M-2, 8-M-1, 8-M-2, 9-M-1, and 9-M-2; renumbered to UP 953A-958A in August 1946; renumbered to UP 992-997 in March 1948.
b. Built under EMC order number E333.
   

EMD E7A -- 2 units
2000 horsepower; A1A-A1A trucks; 323,700 pounds operating weight (218,000 pounds weight on drivers)

Road
Number
First
Number
Builder
Date
Builder
Number
Notes
UP 998 UP 959A Aug 1946 3504 Wrecked on 10 February 1961 in Oregon; direct trade-in to EMD on UP E9A 908 in September 1961.
UP 999 UP 960A Aug 1946 3505 Direct trade-in to EMD on UP E9A 909 in September 1961.

General Notes:

a. UP 959A and 960A were ordered as 10-M-1A and 10-M-2A, but were delivered as UP 959A and 960A after the passenger locomotive fleet was renumbered in August 1946; renumbered to UP 998 and 999 in March 1948.
b. Built on EMD order number E690.

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