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Union Pacific System, 1885-1898

Narrow Gauge, Numbers 1 to 299

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Utah Eastern 2-6-0 -- 1 locomotive

1885 UP System
Number
First
Number
Second
Number
Date To
Utah Eastern
Builder Builder
Number
Builder
Date
Date
Vacated
Notes
Utah Eastern 1 B&H 2 NC 1 Oct 1880 Brooks 230 May 1875 Apr 1891 1

Description:

Drive Wheel Diameter: 38 inches (later 36 inches)
Cylinders: 11x16 inches

General Notes:

a. Utah Eastern was completed in 1880; purchased by UP in 1883 and immediately shut down as competition to UP's paralleling Echo & Park City (formerly the Summit County Railroad). (Read more about Utah Eastern)

Notes:

1.

Utah Eastern number 1 was built as Bath & Hammondsport Railroad number 2, named "Jonathan Robie"; sold in September 1879 to Nevada Central Railway number 1, "Battle Mountain"; to Utah Eastern Railroad number 1 in 1880 (retained number 1 in 1885 UP System numbering); vacated in April 1891, scrapped

   

Utah & Northern Ry 2-6-0 -- 1 locomotive

1885 UP System
Number
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Number
Builder Builder
Number
Builder
Date
Date
Vacated
Notes
U&N 2 U&N 22 Baldwin 3113 Jan 1873 Bef 1891 1

Description:

Drive Wheel Diameter: 36 inches
Cylinders: 11x16 inches

Notes:

1. Utah & Northern number 2 was built as Cairo & St. Louis number 8 in January 1873, named "Jonesboro", sale canceled; to Montrose Railroad number 2 in March 27, 1873, canceled the next day; diverted to Summit County Railroad number 1 on March 28, 1873, named "Weber", shipped on April 4, 1873, arrived in Utah on April 22, 1873; to Utah & Northern Railway 22 in September 1880; to Utah & Northern number 2 in 1885; vacated before 1891, scrapped. (Read more about Summit County RR)
   

Kansas Central 2-6-0 -- 1 locomotive

1885 UP System
Number
Previous
Number
Builder Builder
Number
Builder
Date
Date
Vacated
Notes
KC 3 KC 4 Baldwin 3210 Apr 1873 1887 1

Description:

Drive Wheel Diameter: 38 inches
Cylinders: 11x16 inches

General Notes:

a. Kansas Central was changed from narrow gauge to standard gauge in 1890. (Read more about Kansas Central RR)

Notes:

1. Kansas Central number 3 was built as Kansas Central number 4 in 1873; to KC 3 in 1885; vacated in 1887
   

DSP&P 2-6-0 -- 1 locomotive

1885 DSP&P
Number
Previous
Number
Name Builder Builder
Number
Date
Built
Date
Vacated
Notes
DSP&P 4 DSP&P 1 Fairplay National [194] Apr 1873 1887 1

Description:

Drive Wheel Diameter: 34 inches
Cylinders: 11x16 inches

General Notes:

a. Builder was National Locomotive Works, of Connellsville Pennsylvania, also known between 1873-1875 as Dawson & Bailey (Read more about National/Dawson & Bailey)
b.

DSP&P number 4 was vacated in 1887, two years prior to OSL&UN number 4 (ex Utah & Nevada number 1) becoming part of the UP System roster in 1889.

Notes:

1. DSP&P 4 was built as DSP&P 1 in 1873, delivered to DSP&P in 1874; to DSP&P 1 in 1885; vacated in 1887
   

OSL&UN 2-6-0 -- 1 locomotive (ex Utah & Nevada)

1889 OSL&UN
Number
First
Number
Second
Number
Third
Number
Builder Builder
Number
Date
Built
Date
Vacated
Notes
OSL&UN 4 SLSV&P 1 UW 1 U&Nev 1 Brooks 167 Jun 1873 Bef 1891 1

Description:

Drive Wheel Diameter: 36 inches
Cylinders: 11x16 inches

General Notes:

a.

DSP&P number 4 was vacated in 1887, two years prior to OSL&UN number 4 (ex Utah & Nevada number 1) becoming part of the UP System roster in 1889.

Notes:

1. OSL&UN number 4 was built as Salt Lake, Sevier Valley & Pioche Railroad number 2 in 1873, named "Kate Connor"; to Utah Western Railway number 1 in 1874, named "Oquirrh"; to Utah & Nevada Railway number 1 in 1881, named "Oquirrh"; to OSL&UN number 4 in 1889; vacated before 1891, scrapped
   

OSL&UN 2-6-0 -- 1 locomotive (ex Utah & Nevada)

1889 OSL&UN
Number
First
Number
Second
Number
Builder Builder
Number
Date
Built
Date
Vacated
Notes
OSL&UN 5 UW 2 U&Nev 2 Brooks 227 Apr 1875 1891 1

Description:

Drive Wheel Diameter: 36 inches
Cylinders: 11x16 inches

Notes:

1.

OSL&UN number 5 was built as Utah Western Railway number 2 in 1875, named "Edward Hunter"; to Utah & Nevada Railway number 2 in 1881, named "Edward Hunter"; to OSL&UN number 5 in 1889; vacated before 1891, scrapped

   

Utah & Northern Ry 2-6-0 -- 3 locomotives

1885 UP System
Number
Previous
Number
Builder Builder
Number
Builder
Date
1889 OSL&UN
Number
1897 OSL
Number
Date
Vacated
Notes
U&N 10 U&N 6 Baldwin 4425 Sep 1878 OSL&UN 10   Before 1 Jan 1891 1
U&N 11 U&N 7 Baldwin 4429 Sep 1878 OSL&UN 11 OSL 1 May 1902 2
U&N 12 U&N 8 Baldwin 4430 Sep 1878 OSL&UN 12   Before 1 Jan 1891 3

Description:

Drive Wheel Diameter: 40 inches (later 42 inches)
Cylinders: 12x18 inches

Notes:

1. Utah & Northern 10 was built as Utah & Northern number 6 in 1878; to Utah & Northern 10 in 1885; to OSL&UN 10 in 1889; vacated before January 1, 1891
2. Utah & Northern 11 was built as Utah & Northern number 7 in 1878; to Utah & Nevada Railway number 11 in May 1888; to OSL&UN 11 in 1889; to OSL number 1 in 1897; sold to Sumpter Valley Railway 11 in 1903; to Sumpter Valley 12 in 1906; retired in June 1916 and stored until donated Idaho State University at Pocatello, Idaho, displayed on campus from 1936 to 1942; scrapped.
3. Utah & Northern 12 was built as Utah & Northern number 8 in 1878; to Utah & Northern 12 in 1885; to OSL&UN 12 in 1889; vacated before January 1, 1891; sold to East Line & Red River number 3
   

Utah & Northern Ry 2-6-0 -- 7 locomotives

1885 UP System
Number
Previous
Number
Builder Builder
Number
Builder
Date
1889 OSL&UN
Number
Date
Vacated
Notes
U&N 13 U&N 9 Baldwin 4555 Mar 1879   Nov 1887 1
U&N 14 U&N 10 Baldwin 4558 Mar 1879 OSL&UN 14 Before 1 Jan 1891 2
U&N 15 U&N 11 Baldwin 4559 Mar 1879 OSL&UN 15 Before 1 Jan 1891 3
U&N 16 U&N 12 Baldwin 4561 Mar 1879   Oct 1887 4
U&N 17 U&N 13 Baldwin 4562 Mar 1879   Sep 1888 5
U&N 18 U&N 14 Baldwin 4563 Mar 1879   Jun 1887 6
U&N 19 U&N 15 Baldwin 4564 Mar 1879   Jun 1888 7

Description:

Drive Wheel Diameter: 40 inches (later 42 inches)
Cylinders: 12x18 inches

Notes:

1.

U&N 13 was built as U&N number 9 in 1879; to U&N 13 in 1885; to Salt Lake & Fort Douglas Railway number 6 in November 1887; to Utah Central Railway number 6 in 1890; out of service by late 1893, vacated by 1897-1898, likely scrapped due to poor condition

2. U&N 14 was built as U&N 10 in 1879; to U&N 14 in 1885; vacated before January 1, 1891
3. U&N 15 was built as U&N 11 in 1879; to U&N 15 in 1885; vacated before January 1, 1891
4. U&N 16 was built as U&N 12 in 1879; to U&N 16 in 1885; to Salt Lake & Fort Douglas Railway number 3 in October 1887; renumbered to Utah Central Railway number 3 in 1890; out of service by late 1893, vacated by 1897-1898, likely scrapped due to poor condition
5.

U&N 17 was built as U&N 13 in 1879; to U&N 17 in 1885; vacated and sold in September 1888 to Salt Lake & Fort Douglas 17, renumbered to Salt Lake & Fort Douglas Railway number 2 by November 15, 1888; to Utah Central Railway number 2 in 1890; out of service by late 1893, vacated by 1897; to Glasgow & Western Exploration Company for their Golconda & Adelaide Railway in late 1898 to early 1899, named "Pearl"; to Nevada Short Line Railroad number 1 in 1914; to Nevada Central Railroad number 6 in 1924; sold for "preservation" in 1938; stored until moved to California State Railroad Museum; restored to its Nevada Short Line appearance. (This is the only known preserved Utah & Northern locomotive.)

6.

U&N 18 was built as U&N 14 in 1879; to U&N 18 in 1885; vacated and sold in June 1887 to Coeur d'Alene Railway & Navigation Company number 3; later to Houston, East & West Texas Railway, after which it was owned by a variety of lumber companies (also see Colorado Rail Annual, No. 15, page 68)

7. U&N 19 was built as U&N 15 in 1879; to U&N 19 in 1885; vacated and sold in June 1888 to Ilwaco Steam Navigation Company number 1 (later Ilwaco Railway & Navigation Company); vacated and scrapped in 1911
   

Utah & Northern Ry 2-6-0 -- 3 locomotives

1885 UP System
Number
Previous
Number
Builder Builder
Number
Builder
Date
1889 OSL&UN
Number
1897 OSL
Number
Date
Vacated
Notes
U&N 20 U&N 16 Baldwin 4964 Feb 1880 OSL&UN 20   Before 1 Jan 1891 1
U&N 21 U&N 17 Baldwin 4966 Feb 1880 OSL&UN 21   Before 1 Jan 1891 2
U&N 22 U&N 18 Baldwin 4967 Feb 1880 OSL&UN 22 OSL 2 1902 3

Description:

Drive Wheel Diameter: 42 inches
Cylinders: 12x18 inches

Notes:

1. Utah & Northern 20 was built as Utah & Northern 16 in 1880; to U&N 20 in 1885; vacated before January 1, 1891
2. Utah & Northern 21 was built as Utah & Northern 17 in 1880; to U&N 21 in 1885; vacated before January 1, 1891 (U&N 21, ex U&N 17, should not be confused with the later OSL&UN 21. U&N 21 was one of the above mentioned 19 locomotives dropped from equipment before January 1891.)
3. Utah & Northern 22 was built as Utah & Northern 18 in 1880; to U&N 22 in 1885; to Utah & Nevada Railway number 5 in April 1889; to OSL&UN number 5 in 1889; to OSL number 2 in 1897; vacated in 1902, scrapped
   

OSL&UN 2-6-0 -- 1 locomotive

1889 OSL&UN
Number
First
Number
Second
Number
Third
Number
Builder Builder
Number
Builder
Date
Later
Number
Notes
OSL&UN 21 U&N 18 U&N 22 Utah & Nevada 5 Baldwin 4967 Feb 1880 OSL 2 1

Description:

Drive Wheel Diameter: 40 inches (later 42 inches)
Cylinders: 12x18 inches

Notes:

1.

OSL&UN 21 was built as Utah & Northern 18 in 1880; to U&N 22 in 1885; to Utah & Nevada Railway number 5 in April 1889; to OSL&UN number 5 in 1889; to OSL number 2 in 1897; vacated in 1902, scrapped.

U&N 22 (ex U&N 18) became Utah & Nevada 5, probably in April 1889. U&N No. 22 is one of five engines shown in the roster of June 1, 1889 as having been sold in the previous year (i.e., since June 1, 1888), and is probably the engine referred to in an item in the Salt Lake Tribune of April 30, 1889, noting the receipt by the Utah & Nevada of a 20-ton Baldwin 'passenger' engine from the Utah & Northern the night before (the other four 'sold' in the year ended June 1, 1889 are known sales).

U&N 22, which may have briefly been numbered 5 on the Utah & Nevada, appears to have become OSL&UN 21, instead of reverting to its previous pre-1885 number, as apparently was the case with No. 11 (Note 2, above).

In March of 1897, OSL&UN 21 became OSL 1, one of the three (3) old Utah & Northern engines to pass to the OSL. It is retired, account worn out, in May of 1902, and presumed scrapped, since it is not known to have been sold with the other three OSL engines to the Sumpter Valley Ry. in April 1903.

   

Utah & Northern Ry 2-6-0 -- 3 locomotives

1885 UP System
Number
Previous
Number
Builder Builder
Number
Builder
Date
Date
Vacated
Notes
U&N 23 U&N 19 Baldwin 5121 May 1880 Feb 1888 1
U&N 24 U&N 20 Baldwin 5122 May 1880 Aug 1888 2
U&N 25 U&N 21 Baldwin 5129 Jun 1880 Aug 1888 3

Description:

Drive Wheel Diameter: 42 inches
Cylinders: 12x18 inches

Notes:

1. Utah & Northern 23 was built as Utah & Northern 19 in 1880; to U&N 23 in 1885; sold February 1888 to Portland & Willamette Valley Railway number 1; after its relatively brief use as Portland & Willamette Valley, the locomotive sat idle for several years before being sold in 1906 to the Ilwaco Railway & Navigation Company number 4; to OWRR&N number N-2 in 1915; to OWRR&N number 2 by 1920; vacated in 1930 following abandonment; sold for scrap to Union Steel & Rail, a Portland salvage company, scrapped in Portland in April 1931, the boiler going to Astoria, Oregon.
2. Utah & Northern 24 was built as Utah & Northern 20 in 1880; to U&N 24 in 1885; to Salt Lake & Fort Douglas Railway number 8 in August 1888; to Utah Central Railway number 8 in 1890; out of service by late 1893, vacated by 1897-1898, likely scrapped due to poor condition
3. Utah & Northern 25 was built as Utah & Northern 21 in 1880; to U&N 25 in 1885; to Salt Lake & Fort Douglas Railway number 9 in August 1888; to Utah Central Railway number 9 in 1890; out of service by late 1893, vacated by 1897-1898, likely scrapped due to poor condition
   

Colorado Central 0-6-0 -- 4 locomotives

1885 UP System
Number
Previous
Number
Builder Builder
Number
Builder
Date
1899 C&S
Number
Date
Vacated
Notes
CC 30 CC 4 Porter-Bell 149 Mar 1873   1889 1
CC 31 CC 5 Porter-Bell 150 Mar 1873     2
CC 32 CC 6 Porter-Bell 179 Aug 1873   1889 3
CC 33 CC 3 Porter-Bell 217 May 1875     4

Description:

Drive Wheel Diameter: 33 inches
Cylinders: 12x16 inches

Notes:

1. Colorado Central 30 (0-6-0T) was built as Colorado Central number 4 in 1873; to Colorado Central 30 in 1885; vacated in 1889
2. Colorado Central 31 (0-6-0T) was built as Colorado Central number 5 in 1873; to Colorado Central 31 in 1885
3. Colorado Central 32 was built as Colorado Central number 6 in 1873; to Colorado Central 32 in 1885; vacated in 1889
4. Colorado Central 33 was built as Colorado Central number 3 in 1875; to Colorado Central 33 in 1885
   

DSP&P 2-6-6T -- 9 locomotives

1885 UP System
Number
Previous
Number
Builder Builder
Number
Builder
Date
1889 DL&G
Number
Date
Vacated
Notes
DSP&P 40 DSP&P 3 Mason 591 May 1878 DL&G 40 1890 1
DSP&P 41 DSP&P 4 Mason 597 Nov 1878 DL&G 41 1889 2
DSP&P 42 DSP&P 6 Mason 599 Apr 1879 DL&G 42 1890 3
DSP&P 43 DSP&P 7 Mason 600 Apr 1879 DL&G 43 1890 4
DSP&P 44 DSP&P 8 Mason 601 May 1879 DL&G 44 1889 5
DSP&P 45 DSP&P 10 Mason 607 Aug 1879 DL&G 45 1890 6
DSP&P 46 DSP&P 11 Mason 608 Aug 1879 DL&G 46 1890 7
DSP&P 47 DSP&P 12 Mason 609 Sep 1879 DL&G 47 1890 8
DSP&P 48 DSP&P 13 Mason 610 Sep 1879 DL&G 48 1890 9

Description:

Drive Wheel Diameter: 37 inches
Cylinders: 13x16 inches

Notes:

1. DSP&P 40 was built as DSP&P 3 in 1878; to DSP&P 40 in 1885; to DL&G 40 in 1889; vacated in 1890
2. DSP&P 41 was built as DSP&P 4 in 1878; to DSP&P 41 in 1885; to DL&G 41 in 1889; vacated in 1889
3. DSP&P 42 was built as DSP&P 6 in 1878; to DSP&P 42 in 1885; to DL&G 42 in 1889; vacated in 1890
4. DSP&P 43 was built as DSP&P 7 in 1878; to DSP&P 43 in 1885; to DL&G 43 in 1889; vacated in 1890
5. DSP&P 44 was built as DSP&P 8 in 1878; to DSP&P 44 in 1885; to DL&G 44 in 1889; vacated in 1889
6. DSP&P 45 was built as DSP&P 10 in 1878; to DSP&P 45 in 1885; to DL&G 45 in 1889; vacated in 1890
7. DSP&P 46 was built as DSP&P 11 in 1878; to DSP&P 46 in 1885; to DL&G 46 in 1889; vacated in 1890
8. DSP&P 47 was built as DSP&P 12 in 1878; to DSP&P 47 in 1885; to DL&G 47 in 1889; vacated in 1890
9. DSP&P 48 was built as DSP&P 13 in 1878; to DSP&P 48 in 1885; to DL&G 48 in 1889; vacated in 1890
   

DSP&P 2-6-6T -- 9 locomotives

1885 UP System
Number
Previous
Number
Builder Builder
Number
Builder
Date
1889 DL&G
Number
Date
Vacated
Notes
DSP&P 50 DSP&P 9 Mason 602 May 1879   1886 1
DSP&P 51 DSP&P 15 Mason 612 Oct 1879 DL&G 51 Bef 1894 2
DSP&P 52 DSP&P 16 Mason 613 Nov 1879 DL&G 52 Bef 1894 3
DSP&P 53 DSP&P 20 Mason 614 Nov 1879 DL&G 53   4
DSP&P 54 DSP&P 21 Mason 615 Dec 1879 DL&G 54   5
DSP&P 55 DSP&P 22 Mason 616 Dec 1879 DL&G 55   6
DSP&P 56 DSP&P 23 Mason 617 Feb 1880 DL&G 56   7
DSP&P 57 DSP&P 24 Mason 618 Feb 1880 DL&G 57 Oct 1899 8
DSP&P 58 DSP&P 14 Mason 611 Oct 1879 DL&G 58 Bef 1894 9

Description:

Drive Wheel Diameter: 38 inches
Cylinders: 14x16 inches

Notes:

1. DSP&P 50 was built as DSP&P 9 in 1879; to DSP&P 50 in 1885; loaned to Utah & Northern; scrapped in 1886 while loaned to Utah & Northern; replaced to DSP&P by UP with Utah & Northern 2-6-0 number 101
2. DSP&P 51 was built as DSP&P 15 in 1879; to DSP&P 51 in 1885; loaned to Utah & Northern; in "poor condition" as of September 1887, located in Idaho; to DL&G 51 in 1889; vacated before 1894
3. DSP&P 52 was built as DSP&P 16 in 1879; to DSP&P 52 in 1885; loaned to Utah & Northern; as of September 1887, located in Idaho; to DL&G 52 in 1889; vacated before 1894
4. DSP&P 53 was built as DSP&P 20 in 1879; to DSP&P 53 in 1885; to DL&G 53 in 1889; vacated in (?)
5. DSP&P 54 was built as DSP&P 21 in 1879; to DSP&P 54 in 1885; loaned to Utah & Northern; to DL&G 54 in 1889; vacated in (?)
6. DSP&P 55 was built as DSP&P 22 in 1879; to DSP&P 55 in 1885; loaned to Utah & Northern; as of September 1887, located in Idaho; to DL&G 55 in 1889; vacated in (?)
7. DSP&P 56 was built as DSP&P 23 in 1880; to DSP&P 56 in 1885; to DL&G 56 in 1889; vacated in (?)
8. DSP&P 57 was built as DSP&P 24 in 1880; to DSP&P 57 in 1885; to DL&G 57 in 1889; to C&S number 1 in 1899; rebuilt to 2-6-0 in 1902; scrapped in 1942
9. DSP&P 58 was built as DSP&P 14 in 1879; to DSP&P 58 in 1885; to DL&G 58 in 1889; vacated before 1894
   

Colorado Central 2-6-0 -- 1 locomotive

1885 UP System
Number
Previous
Number
Builder Builder
Number
Builder
Date
Date
Vacated
Notes
CC 59 CC 151 Brooks 404 Mar 1880 1898 1

Description:

Drive Wheel Diameter: 36 inches
Cylinders: 15x18 inches

Notes:

1. Colorado Central 59 was built as Colorado Central number 9 in 1880; to Colorado Central 151 in June 1885; wrecked and rebuilt to Colorado Central 59 in December 1885; to UPD&G 59 in 1890; sold by C&S in 1898 without carrying a C&S number
   

Utah & Northern 2-6-0 -- 21 locomotives

1885 UP System
Number
Previous
Number
Builder Builder
Number
Builder
Date
Date
Vacated
Later
Number
Notes
U&N 80 U&N 23 Brooks 494 Jan 1881 Sep 1889   1
U&N 81 U&N 24 Brooks 495 Jan 1881 Before 1 Jan 1891   2
U&N 82 U&N 25 Brooks 504 Feb 1881 Before 1 Jan 1891   3
U&N 83 U&N 26 Brooks 505 Feb 1881 1890   4
U&N 84 U&N 27 Brooks 514 Mar 1881 Before Dec 1892   5
U&N 85 U&N 28 Brooks 515 Mar 1881 Before 1 Jan 1891   6
U&N 86 U&N 29 Brooks 520 Apr 1881 31 Dec 1892   7
U&N 87 U&N 30 Brooks 529 Apr 1881 Before 1 Jan 1891   8
U&N 88 U&N 31 Brooks 530 Apr 1881 Before 31 Dec 1892   9
U&N 89 U&N 32 Brooks 536 May 1881 Before 1 Jan 1891   10
U&N 90 U&N 33 Brooks 554 Jul 1881 Before 1 Jan 1891   11
U&N 91 U&N 34 Brooks 559 Jul 1881   OSL 3 12
U&N 92 U&N 35 Brooks 562 Jul 1881 Before 1 Jan 1891   13
U&N 93 U&N 36 Brooks 566 Jul 1881 Before 1 Jan 1891   14
U&N 94 U&N 37 Brooks 567 Jul 1881   WP&Y 52 15
U&N 95 U&N 38 Brooks 579 Sep 1881 Before 1 Jan 1891   16
U&N 96 U&N 39 Brooks 587 Sep 1881 Before 31 Dec 1892   17
U&N 97 U&N 40 Brooks 597 Oct 1881 31 Dec 1892   18
U&N 98 U&N 41 Brooks 605 Nov 1881 Before 1 Jan 1891   19
U&N 99 U&N 42 Brooks 626 Dec 1881 Before 31 Dec 1892   20
U&N 100 U&N 43 Brooks 627 Sep 1882 Before 1 Jan 1891   21

Description:

Drive Wheel Diameter: 42 inches
Cylinders: 14x18 inches

General Notes:

a. Photographic research by Dave Johnson suggests that the U&N Brooks 2-6-0s may have spent their whole careers with the Congdon stacks, but the Kansas Central locomotives had a diamond stack at the beginning and at the end. Around 1885/86 the Union Pacific experimented with extended smokeboxes and capped stacks on at least three of the five Kansas Central Brooks 2-6-0 locomotives. Photos of the locomotives on other lines plus a description of the stacks lying behind the Leavenworth roundhouse in the standard gauge days seem to indicate a change back to the as-built set up by the late 1880s. The capped stacks were actually spark arrestors with a covered top and screened slits in the flange of the cap to allow the smoke out. I seem to remember that some of the early Colorado Central locomotives such as the Porters and possibly at least one of the Cooke 2-6-0 locomotives received the same set up for a short time.
b. A group of four Brooks 2-6-0 locomotives on Utah & Northern (U&N 84, 88, 96 and 99) that were off the OSL&UN roster by the end of 1892; one may have been sold to Sumpter Valley Railway as that road's number 3, and another may have been sold to Dolly Varden Mines in British Columbia, but no documentation has yet been found for either sale; at least two were likely scrapped by OSL&UN in the 1891-1892 time frame.

Notes:

1. Utah & Northern 80 was built as Utah & Northern 23 in 1881; to U&N 80 in 1885; sold September 1889 ($2,500) to Oregon Improvement Co., as Colombia & Puget Sound Railroad 2nd No. 3.
2. Utah & Northern 81 was built as Utah & Northern 24 in 1881; to U&N 81 in 1885; vacated before January 1, 1891, presumed scrapped.
3. Utah & Northern 82 was built as Utah & Northern 25 in 1881; to U&N 82 in 1885; vacated before January 1, 1891, presumed scrapped.
4. Utah & Northern 83 was built as Utah & Northern 26 in 1881; to U&N 83 in 1885; vacated in 1890; scrapped prior to January 1, 1891 (UP accounting journal entry, dated December 31, 1891; book value of $7310 struck from accounts)
5. Utah & Northern 84 was built as Utah & Northern 27 in 1881; to U&N 84 in 1885; still in service in April 1891 (Salt Lake Tribune, April 2, 1891); no journal entry found for disposition, gone by December 31, 1892.
6. Utah & Northern 85 was built as Utah & Northern 28 in 1881; to U&N 85 in 1885; vacated before January 1, 1891, presumed scrapped.
7. Utah & Northern 86 was built as Utah & Northern 29 in 1881; to U&N 86 in 1885; U&N 86, along with U&N 97 (ex U&N 40) were two of the six 2-6-0 Moguls vacated by the OSL&UN in 1891; both were vacated on December 31, 1891, at a value of $6,700.
8. Utah & Northern 87 was built as Utah & Northern 30 in 1881; to U&N 87 in 1885; vacated before January 1, 1891, presumed scrapped.
9. Utah & Northern 88 was built as Utah & Northern 31 in 1881; to U&N 88 in 1885; on hand on December 31, 1890, no journal entry found for disposition, gone by December 31, 1892.
10. Utah & Northern 89 was built as Utah & Northern 32 in 1881; to U&N 89 in 1885; vacated before January 1, 1891, presumed scrapped.
11. Utah & Northern 90 was built as Utah & Northern 33 in 1881; to U&N 90 in 1885; vacated before January 1, 1891, presumed scrapped.
12. Utah & Northern 91 was built as Utah & Northern 34 in 1881; to U&N 91 in 1885; to OSL&UN 91 in 1889; to OSL 3 in March 1897
13. Utah & Northern 92 was built as Utah & Northern 35 in 1881; to U&N 92 in 1885; vacated before January 1, 1891, presumed scrapped.
14. Utah & Northern 93 was built as Utah & Northern 36 in 1881; to U&N 93 in 1885; vacated before January 1, 1891, presumed scrapped.
15. Utah & Northern 94 was built as Utah & Northern 37 in 1881; to U&N 94 in 1885; vacated in 1889; sold in September 1889 to Oregon Improvement Company, as Colombia & Puget Sound Railroad number 4 (2nd); sold to White Pass & Yukon number 2 (1st) in 1898; to White Pass & Yukon 52 in 1899; rebuilt in 1900 with larger boiler and little resemblance to a Brooks-built 2-6-0; vacated in 1940; stored until 1971; displayed at Skagway, Alaska
16. Utah & Northern 95 was built as Utah & Northern 38 in 1881; to U&N 95 in 1885; vacated before January 1, 1891, presumed scrapped.
17. Utah & Northern 96 was built as Utah & Northern 39 in 1881; to U&N 96 in 1885; still in service, per Salt Lake Tribune, August 19, 1891; no journal entry found for disposition, gone by December 31, 1892.
18. Utah & Northern 97 was built as Utah & Northern 40 in 1881; to U&N 97 in 1885; U&N 97, along with U&N 86 (ex U&N 29) were two of the six 2-6-0 Moguls vacated by the OSL&UN in 1891; both were vacated on December 31, 1891, at a value of $6,700.
19. Utah & Northern 98 was built as Utah & Northern 41 in 1881; to U&N 98 in 1885; vacated before January 1, 1891, presumed scrapped.
20. Utah & Northern 99 was built as Utah & Northern 42 in 1881; to U&N 99 in 1885; on hand on December 31, 1890, no journal entry found for disposition, gone by December 31, 1892.
21. Utah & Northern 100 was built as Utah & Northern 43 in 1882; to U&N 100 in 1885; vacated before January 1, 1891, presumed scrapped.
   

Utah & Northern 2-6-0 -- 1 locomotive

1885 UP System
Number
Previous
Number
Builder Builder
Number
Builder
Date
1886 DSP&P
Number
1889 DL&G
Number
Date
Vacated
Notes
U&N 101 U&N 44 Brooks 801 Oct 1882 DSP&P 101 DL&G 101 1891 1

Description:

Drive Wheel Diameter: 42 inches
Cylinders: 14x18 inches

Notes:

1. U&N 101 was ordered, built and delivered as Kansas Central Railway 12 in 1882, diverted upon receipt by parent Union Pacific to Utah & Northern 44; to U&N 101 in 1885; transferred in May 1886 to Denver, South Park & Pacific 101, to replace DSP&P Mason "Bogie" 50, destroyed in wreck on U&N on May 12, 1886; to DL&G 101 in 1889; dropped from equipment on December 31, 1891, presumed scrapped.
   

Kansas Central 2-6-0 -- 4 locomotives

1885 UP System
Number
Previous
Number
Builder Builder
Number
Builder
Date
Date
Vacated
Notes
KC 102 KC 7 Brooks 522 1881 1900 1
KC 103 KC 8 Brooks 578 1881   2
KC 104 KC 11 Brooks 825 1881   3
KC 105 KC 12 Brooks 826 1881   4

Description:

Drive Wheel Diameter: 42 inches
Cylinders: 14x18 inches

General Notes:

a. Kansas Central was changed from narrow gauge to standard gauge in 1890. (Read more about Kansas Central)

Notes:

1. Kansas Central 102 was built as Kansas Central no. 7 in 1881, named "Sidney Dillon"; to Kansas Central 102 in 1885; transferred to Utah & Nevada at Salt Lake City, or to OSL&UN after 1889 (visible in an undated photo at Salt Lake City, Utah); vacated in 1900; sold to Alberta Railway & Coal Company in 1900; sold to White Pass & Yukon no. 63; to Klondike Mines no. 1, moved to Klondike City in September 1902, stored until 1905 waiting for track, after completion of construction in 1906, no. 1 was seldom used; Klondike Mines became Yukon Consolidated Gold Corporation, and KMR no.1 was returned to White Pass & Yukon at Skagway and used a a yard switcher; donated in 1961 by Yukon Consolidated Gold Corp. to the Dawson City Museum; displayed in Minto Park in Dawson City until a locomotive shed was built in 1987 on museum grounds.
2. Kansas Central 103 was built as Kansas Central number 8 in 1881; to Kansas Central 103 in 1885; vacated in (?)
3. Kansas Central 104 was built as Kansas Central number 11 in 1881; to Kansas Central 104 in 1885; vacated in (?)
4. Kansas Central 105 was built as Kansas Central number 12 in 1881; to Kansas Central 105 in 1885; vacated in (?)
   

Kansas Central 2-6-0 -- 1 locomotive

1885 UP System
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KC 106 KC 13 Brooks 800 Sep 1882   1

Description:

Drive Wheel Diameter: 42 inches
Cylinders: 14x18 inches

Notes:

1. KC 106 may have been built as Utah & Northern 44 (1st)
   

Colorado Central 2-6-0 -- 2 locomotives

1885 UP System
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CC 107 CC 14 Cooke 1558 Feb 1884 C&S 12 1
CC 108 CC 15 Cooke 1559 Feb 1884 C&S 13 2

Description:

Drive Wheel Diameter: 40 inches
Cylinders: 14x18 inches

Notes:

1.

Colorado Central 107 was built as Colorado Central 14 in 1884; to Colorado Central 107 in 1885; to C&S 12 in 1899; vacated in 1923

2. Colorado Central 108 was built as Colorado Central 15 in 1884; to Colorado Central 108 in 1885; to C&S 13 in 1899; vacated in 1923
   

DSP&P 2-6-0 -- 8 locomotives

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DSP&P 109 DSP&P 39 Cooke 1550 Feb 1884 DL&G 109 C&S 4 1
DSP&P 110 DSP&P 40 Cooke 1551 Feb 1884 DL&G 110 C&S 5 2
DSP&P 111 DSP&P 69 Cooke 1552 Feb 1884 DL&G 111 C&S 6 3
DSP&P 112 DSP&P 70 Cooke 1553 Feb 1884 DL&G 112 C&S 7 4
DSP&P 113 DSP&P 71 Cooke 1554 Feb 1884 DL&G 113 C&S 8 5
DSP&P 114 DSP&P 72 Cooke 1555 Feb 1884 DL&G 114 C&S 9 6
DSP&P 115 DSP&P 73 Cooke 1556 Feb 1884 DL&G 115 C&S 10 7
DSP&P 116 DSP&P 74 Cooke 1557 Feb 1884 DL&G 116 C&S 11 8

Description:

Drive Wheel Diameter: 40 inches
Cylinders: 14x18 inches

Notes:

1. DSP&P 109 was built as DSP&P 39 in 1884; to DSP&P 109 in 1885; to DL&G 109 in 1889; to C&S 4 in 1899; vacated in 1934
2. DSP&P 110 was built as DSP&P 40 in 1884; to DSP&P 110 in 1885; to DL&G 110 in 1889; to C&S 5 in 1899; vacated in 1939
3. DSP&P 111 was built as DSP&P 69 in 1884; to DSP&P 111 in 1885; to DL&G 111 in 1889; to C&S 6 in 1899; vacated in 1939
4. DSP&P 112 was built as DSP&P 70 in 1884; to DSP&P 112 in 1885; to DL&G 112 in 1889; to C&S 7 in 1899; vacated in 1929
5. DSP&P 113 was built as DSP&P 71 in 1884; to DSP&P 113 in 1885; to DL&G 113 in 1889; to C&S 8 in 1899; vacated in 1939
6. DSP&P 114 was built as DSP&P 72 in 1884; to DSP&P 114 in 1885; to DL&G 114 in 1889; to C&S 9 in 1899; vacated in 1941
7. DSP&P 115 was built as DSP&P 73 in 1884; to DSP&P 115 in 1885; to DL&G 115 in 1889; to C&S 10 in 1899; vacated in 1934
8. DSP&P 116 was built as DSP&P 74 in 1884; to DSP&P 116 in 1885; to DL&G 116 in 1889; to C&S 11 in 1899; vacated in 1918
   

DSP&P 2-6-0 -- 3 locomotives

1885 UP System
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Notes
DSP&P 140 DSP&P 17 National [204] Jan 1875 Bef 1889 1
DSP&P 141 DSP&P 18 National [205] Feb 1875 Bef 1889 2
DSP&P 142 DSP&P 19 National [206] Feb 1875 Bef 1889 3

Description:

Drive Wheel Diameter: 47 inches
Cylinders: 14x22 inches

General Notes:

a. Builder was National Locomotive Works, of Connellsville Pennsylvania, also known between 1873-1875 as Dawson & Bailey (Read more about National/Dawson & Bailey)
b. All three locomotives were purchased secondhand from Cairo & St. Louis Railroad in November 1879

Notes:

1. DSP&P 140 was built as C&StL 20 in 1875; to DSP&P 17 in 1879; to DSP&P 140 in 1885; vacated before 1889
2. DSP&P 141 was built as C&StL 22 in 1875; to DSP&P 18 in 1879; to DSP&P 141 in 1885; vacated before 1889
3. DSP&P 140 was built as C&StL 23 in 1875; to DSP&P 19 in 1879; to DSP&P 142 in 1885; vacated before 1889
   

Colorado Central 2-6-0 -- 6 locomotives

1885 UP System
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1890 UPD&G
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1899 C&S
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Vacated
Notes
CC 150 CC 8 Brooks 403 Mar 1880 UPD&G 150 C&S 15   1
CC 151 CC 9 Brooks 404 Mar 1880     Dec 1885 2
CC 152 CC 10 Brooks 464 Oct 1880 UPD&G 152 C&S 16   3
CC 153 CC 11 Brooks 465 Oct 1880 UPD&G 153   Sep 1896 4
CC 154 CC 12 Brooks 547 Jun 1881 UPD&G 154   1898 5
CC 155 CC 13 Brooks 548 Jun 1881 UPD&G 155 C&S 14   6

Description:

Drive Wheel Diameter: 36 inches
Cylinders: 15x18 inches

Notes:

1. Colorado Central 150 was built as Colorado Central number 8 in 1880; to Colorado Central 150 in 1885; to C&S 15 in 1899; vacated before 1902
2. Colorado Central 151 was built as Colorado Central number 9 in 1880; to Colorado Central 151 in June 1885; wrecked and rebuilt to Colorado Central 59 in December 1885; sold by C&S in 1898 without carrying a C&S number
3. Colorado Central 152 was built as Colorado Central 10 in 1880; to Colorado Central 152 in 1885; to C&S 16 in 1899; vacated before 1902
4. Colorado Central 153 was built as Colorado Central 11 in 1880; to Colorado Central 153 in 1885; wrecked in staged collision on September 30, 1896
5. Colorado Central 154 was built as Colorado Central 12 in 1880; to Colorado Central 150 in 1885; vacated in 1898; sold to F. M. Hicks Locomotive and Car Company, Chicago, Illinois; sold to Amos Kent Lumber Company number 2
6. Colorado Central 155 was built as Colorado Central 13 in 1880; to Colorado Central 150 in 1885; to C&S 14 in 1899; vacated before 1902
   

DSP&P 2-6-0 -- 10 locomotives

1885 UP System
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Date
1889 DL&G
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1899 C&S
Number
Date
Vacated
Notes
DSP&P 156 DSP&P 29 Brooks 713 May 1882 DL&G 156 C&S 21   1
DSP&P 157 DSP&P 30 Brooks 714 May 1882 DL&G 157   Dec 1897 2
DSP&P 158 DSP&P 31 Brooks 727 Jun 1882 DL&G 158     3
DSP&P 159 DSP&P 32 Brooks 728 Jun 1882 DL&G 159   Sep 1898 4
DSP&P 160 DSP&P 33 Brooks 742 Jul 1882 DL&G 160     5
DSP&P 161 DSP&P 34 Brooks 743 Jul 1882 DL&G 161 C&S 17   6
DSP&P 162 DSP&P 35 Brooks 755 Aug 1882 DL&G 162 C&S 22   7
DSP&P 163 DSP&P 36 Brooks 756 Aug 1882 DL&G 163   1892 8
DSP&P 164 DSP&P 37 Brooks 782 Sep 1882 DL&G 164 C&S 19   9
DSP&P 165 DSP&P 38 Brooks 783 Sep 1882 DL&G 165 C&S 20   10

Description:

Drive Wheel Diameter: 38 inches
Cylinders: 15x18 inches

Notes:

1. DSP&P 156 was built as DSP&P 29 in 1882; to DSP&P 156 in 1885; loaned to Utah & Northern; as of September 1887, located in Idaho; to DL&G 156 in 1889; to C&S 21 in 1899; vacated in 1923
2. DSP&P 157 was built as DSP&P 30 in 1882; to DSP&P 157 in 1885; to DL&G 157 in 1889; vacated in 1897; sold to Little Book Cliff Railroad in December 1897
3. DSP&P 158 was built as DSP&P 31 in 1882; to DSP&P 158 in 1885; loaned to Utah & Northern; as of September 1887, located in Idaho; to DL&G 158 in 1889; vacated in (?)
4. DSP&P 159 was built as DSP&P 32 in 1882; to DSP&P 159 in 1885; to DL&G 159 in 1889; vacated in 1898; to Burns-Biggs Lumber Company in September 1898; to New Mexico Lumber Company number 1
5. DSP&P 160 was built as DSP&P 33 in 1882; to DSP&P 160 in 1885; to DL&G 160 in 1889; vacated in (?)
6. DSP&P 161 was built as DSP&P 34 in 1882; to DSP&P 161 in 1885; to DL&G 161 in 1889; loaned to Utah & Northern; as of September 1887, located in Idaho; to C&S 17 in 1899; vacated before 1902
7. DSP&P 162 was built as DSP&P 35 in 1882; to DSP&P 162 in 1885; to DL&G 162 in 1889; to C&S 22 in 1899; vacated in 1927
8. DSP&P 163 was built as DSP&P 36 in 1882; to DSP&P 163 in 1885; to DL&G 163 in 1889; vacated in 1892; sold to F. M. Hicks Locomotive and Car Company, Chicago, Illinois in October 1900
9. DSP&P 164 was built as DSP&P 37 in 1882; to DSP&P 164 in 1885; to DL&G 164 in 1889; to C&S 19 in 1899; vacated before 1902
10. DSP&P 165 was built as DSP&P 38 in 1882; to DSP&P 165 in 1885; to DL&G 165 in 1889; to C&S 20 in 1899; vacated before 1902
   

DSP&P 2-8-0 -- 8 locomotives

1885 UP System
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Notes
DSP&P 190 DSP&P 50 Baldwin 4917 Jan 1880 DL&G 190 C&S 30   1
DSP&P 191 DSP&P 51 Baldwin 4919 Jan 1880 DL&G 191 C&S 31   2
DSP&P 192 DSP&P 52 Baldwin 4926 Jan 1880 DL&G 192 C&S 32   3
DSP&P 193 DSP&P 53 Baldwin 4930 Jan 1880 DL&G 193   1899 4
DSP&P 194 DSP&P 54 Baldwin 4958 Feb 1880 DL&G 194 C&S 33   5
DSP&P 195 DSP&P 55 Baldwin 4951 Feb 1880 DL&G 195 C&S 34   6
DSP&P 196 DSP&P 56 Baldwin 4955 Feb 1880 DL&G 196 C&S 35   7
DSP&P 197 DSP&P 57 Baldwin 4957 Feb 1880 DL&G 197 C&S 36   8

Description:

Drive Wheel Diameter: 37 inches
Cylinders: 15x18 inches

Notes:

1. DSP&P 190 was built as DSP&P 50 in 1880; to DSP&P 190 in 1885; to DL&G 190 in 1889; to C&S 30 in 1899; vacated in 1921
2. DSP&P 191 was built as DSP&P 51 in 1880; to DSP&P 191 in 1885; to DL&G 191 in 1889; to C&S 31 in 1899; vacated in 1902
3. DSP&P 192 was built as DSP&P 52 in 1880; to DSP&P 192 in 1885; to DL&G 192 in 1889; to C&S 32 in 1899; vacated in 1901
4. DSP&P 193 was built as DSP&P 53 in 1880; to DSP&P 193 in 1885; to DL&G 193 in 1889; vacated in 1899; sold to Oakgrove & Georgetown Railroad (in Alabama) in 1899
5. DSP&P 194 was built as DSP&P 54 in 1880; to DSP&P 194 in 1885; to DL&G 194 in 1889; to C&S 33 in 1899; vacated in 1900; sold to F. M. Hicks Locomotive and Car Company, Chicago, Illinois in October 1900
6. DSP&P 195 was built as DSP&P 55 in 1880; to DSP&P 195 in 1885; to DL&G 195 in 1889; to C&S 34 in 1899; vacated in 1899
7. DSP&P 196 was built as DSP&P 56 in 1880; to DSP&P 196 in 1885; to DL&G 196 in 1889; to C&S 35 in 1899; vacated in 1900; sold to F. M. Hicks Locomotive and Car Company, Chicago, Illinois in October 1900
8. DSP&P 197 was built as DSP&P 57 in 1880; to DSP&P 197 in 1885; to DL&G 197 in 1889; to C&S 36 in 1899; vacated in 1899
   

DSP&P 2-8-0 -- 20 locomotives

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Number
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Builder
Date
1889 DL&G
Number
1899 C&S
Number
Notes
DSP&P 198 DSP&P 41 Cooke 1478 Jun 1883 DL&G 198 C&S 37 1
DSP&P 199 DSP&P 42 Cooke 1479 Jun 1883 DL&G 199 C&S 38 2
DSP&P 200 DSP&P 43 Cooke 1480 Jun 1883 DL&G 200 C&S 39 3
DSP&P 201 DSP&P 44 Cooke 1481 Jun 1883 DL&G 201 C&S 40 4
DSP&P 202 DSP&P 45 Cooke 1482 Jun 1883 DL&G 202 C&S 41 5
DSP&P 203 DSP&P 46 Cooke 1483 Jun 1883 DL&G 203 C&S 42 6
DSP&P 204 DSP&P 47 Cooke 1484 Jul 1883 DL&G 204 C&S 43 7
DSP&P 205 DSP&P 48 Cooke 1485 Jul 1883 DL&G 205 C&S 44 8
DSP&P 206 DSP&P 49 Cooke 1486 Jul 1883 DL&G 206 C&S 45 9
DSP&P 207 DSP&P 58 Cooke 1487 Jul 1883 DL&G 207 C&S 46 10
DSP&P 208 DSP&P 59 Cooke 1494 Aug 1883 DL&G 208 C&S 47 11
DSP&P 209 DSP&P 60 Cooke 1495 Aug 1883 DL&G 209 C&S 48 12
DSP&P 210 DSP&P 61 Cooke 1496 Aug 1883 DL&G 210 C&S 49 13
DSP&P 211 DSP&P 62 Cooke 1497 Aug 1883 DL&G 211 C&S 50 14
DSP&P 212 DSP&P 63 Cooke 1498 Aug 1883 DL&G 212 C&S 51 15
DSP&P 213 DSP&P 64 Cooke 1499 Aug 1883 DL&G 213 C&S 52 16
DSP&P 214 DSP&P 65 Cooke 1500 Sep 1883 DL&G 214 C&S 53 17
DSP&P 215 DSP&P 66 Cooke 1501 Sep 1883 DL&G 215 C&S 54 18
DSP&P 216 DSP&P 67 Cooke 1502 Sep 1883 DL&G 216 C&S 55 19
DSP&P 217 DSP&P 68 Cooke 1503 Sep 1883 DL&G 217 C&S 56 20

Description:

Drive Wheel Diameter: 36 inches
Cylinders: 15x18 inches

Notes:

1. DSP&P 198 was built as DSP&P 41 in 1883; to DSP&P 198 in 1885; to DL&G 198 in 1889; to C&S 37 in 1899; vacated in 1921
2. DSP&P 199 was built as DSP&P 42 in 1883; to DSP&P 199 in 1885; to DL&G 199 in 1889; to C&S 38 in 1899; vacated in 1916
3. DSP&P 200 was built as DSP&P 43 in 1883; to DSP&P 200 in 1885; to DL&G 200 in 1889; to C&S 39 in 1899; vacated in 1917
4. DSP&P 201 was built as DSP&P 44 in 1883; to DSP&P 201 in 1885; to DL&G 201 in 1889; to C&S 40 in 1899; vacated in 1921
5. DSP&P 202 was built as DSP&P 45 in 1883; to DSP&P 202 in 1885; to DL&G 202 in 1889; to C&S 41 in 1899; vacated in 1909
6. DSP&P 203 was built as DSP&P 46 in 1883; to DSP&P 203 in 1885; to DL&G 203 in 1889; to C&S 42 in 1899; vacated in 1921
7. DSP&P 204 was built as DSP&P 47 in 1883; to DSP&P 204 in 1885; to DL&G 204 in 1889; to C&S 43 in 1899; vacated in 1921
8. DSP&P 205 was built as DSP&P 48 in 1883; to DSP&P 205 in 1885; to DL&G 205 in 1889; to C&S 44 in 1899; vacated in 1914
9. DSP&P 206 was built as DSP&P 49 in 1883; to DSP&P 206 in 1885; to DL&G 206 in 1889; to C&S 45 in 1899; vacated in 1918
10. DSP&P 207 was built as DSP&P 58 in 1883; to DSP&P 207 in 1885; to DL&G 207 in 1889; to C&S 46 in 1899; vacated in 1916
11. DSP&P 208 was built as DSP&P 59 in 1883; to DSP&P 208 in 1885; to DL&G 208 in 1889; to C&S 47 in 1899; vacated in 1921
12. DSP&P 209 was built as DSP&P 60 in 1883; to DSP&P 209 in 1885; to DL&G 209 in 1889; to C&S 48 in 1899; vacated in 1920
13. DSP&P 210 was built as DSP&P 61 in 1883; to DSP&P 210 in 1885; to DL&G 210 in 1889; to C&S 49 in 1899; vacated in 1921
14. DSP&P 211 was built as DSP&P 62 in 1883; to DSP&P 211 in 1885; to DL&G 211 in 1889; to C&S 50 in 1899; vacated in 1921
15. DSP&P 212 was built as DSP&P 63 in 1883; to DSP&P 212 in 1885; to DL&G 212 in 1889; to C&S 51 in 1899; vacated in 1920
16. DSP&P 213 was built as DSP&P 64 in 1883; to DSP&P 213 in 1885; to DL&G 213 in 1889; to C&S 52 in 1899; vacated in 1918
17. DSP&P 214 was built as DSP&P 65 in 1883; to DSP&P 214 in 1885; to DL&G 214 in 1889; to C&S 53 in 1899; vacated in 1918
18. DSP&P 215 was built as DSP&P 66 in 1883; to DSP&P 215 in 1885; to DL&G 215 in 1889; to C&S 54 in 1899; vacated in 1920
19. DSP&P 216 was built as DSP&P 67 in 1883; to DSP&P 216 in 1885; to DL&G 216 in 1889; to C&S 55 in 1899; vacated in 1918
20. DSP&P 217 was built as DSP&P 68 in 1883; to DSP&P 217 in 1885; to DL&G 217 in 1889; to C&S 56 in 1899; vacated in 1914
   

DSP&P 2-8-6T -- 4 locomotives

1885 UP System
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Date
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Notes
DSP&P 240 DSP&P 25 Mason 623 Jun 1880 DL&G 240 1894 1
DSP&P 241 DSP&P 26 Mason 624 Jun 1880 DL&G 241 1894 2
DSP&P 242 DSP&P 27 Mason 628 Aug 1880 DL&G 242 1894 3
DSP&P 243 DSP&P 28 Mason 632 Oct 1880 DL&G 243 1894 4

Description:

Drive Wheel Diameter: 38 inches
Cylinders: 15x20 inches

Notes:

1. DSP&P 240 was built as DSP&P 25 in 1880; to DSP&P 240 in 1885; to DL&G 240 in 1889; vacated in 1894
2. DSP&P 241 was built as DSP&P 26 in 1880; to DSP&P 241 in 1885; to DL&G 241 in 1889; vacated in 1894
3. DSP&P 242 was built as DSP&P 27 in 1880; to DSP&P 242 in 1885; to DL&G 242 in 1889; vacated in 1894
4. DSP&P 243 was built as DSP&P 28 in 1880; to DSP&P 243 in 1885; to DL&G 243 in 1889; vacated in 1894
   

Utah & Northern 2-8-0 -- 6 locomotives

1885 UP System
Number
Builder Builder
Number
Builder
Date
1889 OSL&UN
Number
1890 DL&G
Number
1899 C&S
Number
Notes
U&N 260 Rhode Island 1592 Feb 1886 OSL&UN 260 DL&G 260 C&S 57 1
U&N 261 Rhode Island 1593 Feb 1886 OSL&UN 261 DL&G 261 C&S 58 2
U&N 262 Rhode Island 1594 Mar 1886 OSL&UN 262 DL&G 262 C&S 59 3
U&N 263 Rhode Island 1595 Mar 1886 OSL&UN 263 DL&G 263 C&S 60 4
U&N 264 Rhode Island 1596 Apr 1886 OSL&UN 264 DL&G 264 C&S 61 5
U&N 265 Rhode Island 1597 Apr 1886 OSL&UN 265 DL&G 265 C&S 62 6

Description:

Drive Wheel Diameter: 37 inches
Cylinders: 16x18 inches

Notes:

1. Utah & Northern 260 was built in 1886; to Denver, Leadville & Gunnison 260 in September 1890; to C&S 57 in 1899
2. Utah & Northern 261 was built in 1886; to Denver, Leadville & Gunnison 261 in September 1890; to C&S 58 in 1899
3. Utah & Northern 262 was built in 1886; to Denver, Leadville & Gunnison 262 in September 1890; to C&S 59 in 1899
4. Utah & Northern 263 was built in 1886; to Denver, Leadville & Gunnison 263 in September 1890; to C&S 60 in 1899
5. Utah & Northern 264 was built in 1886; to Denver, Leadville & Gunnison 264 in September 1890; to C&S 61 in 1899
6. Utah & Northern 265 was built in 1886; to Denver, Leadville & Gunnison 265 in September 1890; to C&S 62 in 1899
   

DL&G 2-8-0 -- 8 locomotives

1885 UP System
Number
Builder Builder
Number
Builder
Date
1899 C&S
Number
Notes
DL&G 266 Baldwin 11331 Dec 1890 C&S 63 1
DL&G 267 Baldwin 11332 Dec 1890 C&S 64 2
DL&G 268 Baldwin 11340 Dec 1890 C&S 65 3
DL&G 269 Baldwin 11353 Dec 1890 C&S 66 4
DL&G 270 Baldwin 11333 Dec 1890 C&S 67 5
DL&G 271 Baldwin 11352 Dec 1890 C&S 68 6
DL&G 272 Baldwin 11355 Dec 1890 C&S 69 7
DL&G 273 Baldwin 11356 Dec 1890 C&S 70 8

Description:

Drive Wheel Diameter: 37 inches
Cylinders: 16x20 inches

Notes:

1. DL&G 266 was built in 1890; to C&S 63 in 1899; vacated in 1929
2. DL&G 267 was built in 1890; to C&S 64 in 1899; vacated in 1921
3. DL&G 268 was built in 1890; to C&S 65 in 1899; vacated in 1939
4. DL&G 269 was built in 1890; to C&S 66 in 1899; vacated in 1923
5. DL&G 270 was built in 1890; to C&S 67 in 1899; vacated in 1927
6. DL&G 271 was built in 1890; to C&S 68 in 1899; vacated in 1939
7. DL&G 272 was built in 1890; to C&S 69 in 1899; vacated in 1943
8. DL&G 273 was built in 1890; to C&S 70 in 1899; vacated in 1943
   

Utah Eastern 2-8-0 -- 1 locomotive

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Number
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Number
Builder
Date
Date
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Notes
Utah Eastern 280 UE 2 Baldwin 5984 Jan 1882 After Dec 1896 1

Description:

Drive Wheel Diameter: 37 inches (later 38 inches)
Cylinders: 14x18 inches

General Notes:

a. Utah Eastern was completed in 1880; purchased by UP in 1883 and immediately shut down as competition to UP's paralleling Echo & Park City (formerly the Summit County Railroad). (Read more about Utah Eastern RR)

Notes:

1. Utah Eastern 280 was built as Utah Eastern 2 in 1882, named "Ontario"; to Utah Eastern 280 in 1885; carried on the books of Echo & Park City until December 1896, dropped from accounts after December 1896, no further known disposition
   

Kansas Central 2-6-0 -- 2 locomotives

1885 UP System
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Previous
Number
Builder Builder
Number
Builder
Date
Date
Vacated
Notes
KC 281 KC 5 Baldwin 4681 Jun 1879   1
KC 282 KC 6 Baldwin 4712 Jul 1879   2

Description:

Drive Wheel Diameter: 36 inches
Cylinders: 13x18 inches

General Notes:

a. Kansas Central was changed from narrow gauge to standard gauge in 1890. (Read more about Kansas Central RR)

Notes:

1. Kansas Central 281 was built as Kansas Central 5 in 1879; to Kansas Central 281 in 1885; vacated in (?)
2. Kansas Central 282 was built as Kansas Central 6 in 1879; to Kansas Central 282 in 1885; vacated in (?)
   

DSP&P 4-4-0 -- 1 locomotive

1885 DSP&P
Number
DSP&P
Number
Builder Builder
Number
Date
Built
1889 DL&G
Number
Date
Vacated
Notes
DSP&P 283 DSP&P 2 National [207] Sep 1874 DL&G 283 1890 1

Description:

Drive Wheel Diameter: 44 inches
Cylinders: 13x18 inches

General Notes:

a. Builder was National Locomotive Works, of Connellsville Pennsylvania, also known between 1873-1875 as Dawson & Bailey (Read more about National/Dawson & Bailey)

Notes:

1. DSP&P 283 was built as DSP&P 2 in 1874; to DSP&P 283 in 1885; to DL&G 283 in 1889; vacated in 1890
   

Colorado Central 2-6-0 -- 1 locomotive

1885 UP System
Number
Previous
Number
Builder Builder
Number
Builder
Date
Date
Vacated
Notes
CC 284 CC 1 National [151] Apr 1874 1889 1

Description:

Drive Wheel Diameter: 37 inches
Cylinders: 12x18 inches

General Notes:

a. Builder was National Locomotive Works, of Connellsville Pennsylvania, also known between 1873-1875 as Dawson & Bailey (Read more about National/Dawson & Bailey)

Notes:

1. Colorado Central 284 was built as Colorado Central number 1 in 1874; to Colorado Central 284 in 1885; rebuilt from 0-6-0T in (?); vacated in 1889
   

ORy&N 2-4-0 -- 1 locomotive (ex Walla Walla & Columbia River/ Mill Creek Flume)

1890 ORy&N
Number
First
Number
Second
Number
Builder Builder
Number
Date
Built
1894 ORy&N
Number
Date
Vacated
Later
Number
Notes
ORy&N 284 WW&CR 3 ORy&N 1 Porter-Bell 246 Jul 1876 (ORy&N 1) 1896 Cascades 1 1

Description:

Drive Wheel Diameter: 42 inches
Cylinders: 9x18 inches

General Notes:

a. Built as Walla Walla & Columbia River Railroad, a three-feet narrow gauge railroad constructed between Wallula and Walla Walla, Washington in 1872-1875, along with a branch to Blue Mountain, Washington built in 1879; converted to standard gauge in May 1881, with the Blue Mountain Branch remaining narrow gauge until 1883, at which time all three were sold to the Mill Creek Flume & Manufacturing Company, which was later sold to ORy&N in 1887. (Read more about the WW&CR/Mill Creek Flume companies)

Notes:

1. (ORy&N number 1) was built in 1876 as Walla Walla & Columbia River Railroad number 3, named "Columbia"; to Mill Creek Flume & Manufacturing Company number 3 in June 1881, Mill Creek company was sold to ORy&N in 1887; renumbered to Oregon Railway & Navigation Company number 1 in 1889; renumbered to ORy&N number 284 in 1890; renumbered to ORy&N number 1 in 1894; sold in 1896 to Cascades Railroad number 1 "Columbia", Cascades, Washington; replaced by mules in 1906 and likely scrapped
   

Utah & Northern 4-6-0 -- 2 locomotives

1885 UP System
Number
Name First
Number
Second
Number
Builder Builder
Number
Builder
Date
Date
Vacated
Notes
U&N 285 Logan UN 4 U&N 4 Grant [1098] Apr 1874 Mar 1886 1
U&N 286   UN 5 U&N 5 Grant [1106] Jun 1874 Mar 1886 2

Description:

Drive Wheel Diameter: 44 inches
Cylinders: 12x18 inches

General Notes:

a. Utah & Northern 285 and 286 were built by the Grant Locomotive Works; no known construction number assigned; builder numbers shown are taken from a list compiled Robert Lemuth
b.

Tenders on Utah & Northern 285 and 286 were of the usual two-truck style; Union Pacific's 1885 roster shows the tenders of number 4 and number 5 as holding 900 gallons water and 2-1/2 tons of coal.

c.

Utah & Northern 285 and 286 were retired by March 1886. (Union Pacific Employees' Magazine, Vol. 1, 1886, April 1886, page 94; letter from "N.E.B." dated March 23, 1886 noting that "Engines No.'s 285 and 286 have been condemned.")

d. Utah & Northern 285 (ex U&N 4, UN 4 "Logan"). The photograph on the cover of Ehernberger's 1989 reprint of UP's June 1, 1885 listing of "Locomotives, Snow Plows, Flangers and Passenger and Freight Car Equipment" shows Utah & Northern 285 at Garrison, Montana. It was quite clearly a switcher, having a footboard pilot fore and aft, along with a headlamp at each end. Most interesting is that the engine still has its original cab, and the name "LOGAN" is quite readable, as is the "Utah & Northern" just under the name
e. Utah & Northern 285 and 286 were noted as "condemned" by March 1886, and dropped from equipment in May 1886, and subsequently scrapped.
f.

Utah & Northern 285 (ex Utah & Northern number 4) was vacated in 1886, three years prior to OSL&UN 285 (ex Utah & Nevada number 3) becoming part of the UP System roster in 1889.

Notes:

1. Utah & Northern 285 was built as Utah Northern Railroad number 4 in 1874; to Utah & Northern Railway number 4 in 1878; to Utah & Northern 285 in 1885; vacated in 1886
2. Utah & Northern 286 was built as Utah Northern Railroad number 5 in 1874; to Utah & Northern Railway number 5 in 1878; to Utah & Northern 286 in 1885; vacated in 1886
   

OSL&UN 4-4-0 -- 1 locomotive (ex Utah & Nevada)

1889 OSL&UN
Number
First
Number
Second
Number
Name Builder Builder
Number
Date
Built
Date
Vacated
Notes
OSL&UN 285 UW 3 U&Nev 3 Jonathan Baldwin 4982 Feb 1880 1892 1

Description:

Drive Wheel Diameter: 44 inches
Cylinders: 12x16 inches

General Notes:

a.

Utah & Northern 285 (ex Utah & Northern number 4) was vacated in 1886, three years prior to OSL&UN 285 (ex Utah & Nevada number 3) becoming part of the UP System roster in 1889.

Notes:

1. OSL&UN 285 was built as Utah Western Railway number 3 in 1881, named "Jonathan"; to Utah & Nevada Railway number 3 in 1881; to OSL&UN 285 in 1889; vacated in 1892; sold to Sumpter Valley number 4 in late 1892; to Sumpter Valley 15 in 1906; sold to Eureka Nevada Railway 15 in June 1912 (for Surprise Valley Railroad); further disposition unknown.
   

ORy&N 2-4-0 -- 1 locomotive (ex Walla Walla & Columbia River/ Mill Creek Flume)

1890 ORy&N
Number
First
Number
Second
Number
Builder Builder
Number
Date
Built
1894 ORy&N
Number
Date
Vacated
Later
Number
Notes
ORy&N 286 WW&CR 5 ORy&N 3 Porter-Bell 289 Feb 1878 ORy&N 2 1900 IRy&N 3 (1st) 1

Description:

Drive Wheel Diameter: 40 inches (later 42 inches)
Cylinders: 9x16 inches

General Notes:

a. Built as Walla Walla & Columbia River Railroad, a three-feet narrow gauge railroad constructed between Wallula and Walla Walla, Washington in 1872-1875, along with a branch to Blue Mountain, Washington built in 1879; converted to standard gauge in May 1881, with the Blue Mountain Branch remaining narrow gauge until 1883, at which time all three were sold to the Mill Creek Flume & Manufacturing Company, which was later sold to ORy&N in 1887. (Read more about the WW&CR/Mill Creek Flume companies)

Notes:

1.

ORy&N 286 was built in 1878 as Walla Walla & Columbia River Railroad number 5, named "Mountain Queen"; to Mill Creek Flume & Manufacturing Company number 5 in June 1881, Mill Creek company was sold to ORy&N in 1887; to ORy&N 286 in 1889; to ORy&N number 2 in 1894; to IRy&N number 3 (1st) in February 1900; vacated in 1906; sold to A. J. McCabe Lumber Company in July 1906

   

Kansas Central 4-4-0 -- 2 locomotives

1885 UP System
Number
Previous
Number
Builder Builder
Number
Builder
Date
Date
Vacated
Notes
KC 287 KC 9 Brooks 650 1882 1891 1
KC 288 KC 10 Brooks 690 Apr 1882   2

Description:

Drive Wheel Diameter: 44 inches
Cylinders: 12x18 inches

General Notes:

a. Kansas Central was changed from narrow gauge to standard gauge in 1890. (Read more about Kansas Central RR)

Notes:

1. Kansas Central 287 was built as Kansas Central number 9 in 1882; to Kansas Central 287 in 1885; vacated in 1891; sold to Mississippi River & Bonne Terre Railway in 1891; sold to Trinidad Sugar in 1895
2. Kansas Central 288 was built as Kansas Central 10 in 1882; to Kansas Central 288 in 1885; vacated in (?); sold to Willamette Bridge Company number 5, Portland, Oregon
   

Utah Eastern 2-6-0 -- 1 locomotive

1885 UP System
Number
First
Number
Second
Number
Third
Number
Date To
Utah Eastern
Builder Builder
Number
Builder
Date
Date
Vacated
Notes
Utah Eastern 289 M&SV 1 NC 3 UE 3 Dec 1880 Baldwin 3625 Jul 1874 1894 1

Description:

Drive Wheel Diameter: 40 inches (later 42 inches)

Cylinders: 12x16 inches

General Notes:

a. Utah Eastern was completed in 1880; purchased by UP in 1883 and immediately shut down as competition to UP's paralleling Echo & Park City (formerly the Summit County Railroad). (Read more about Utah Eastern RR)

Notes:

1. Utah Eastern 289 was built as Monterey & Salinas Valley Railroad number 1 in 1874, named "C. S. Abbott"; M&SV was purchased by SP and gauge changed to standard in 1879; sold to Nevada Central Railway number 3 in December 1879, named "Anson P. Stokes"; to Utah Eastern in October 1880, named "General Burton"; to Utah Eastern 289 in 1885; sold to Kirkpatrick Brothers & Collins, railroad contractors, in 1894; sold to Laurel Railway by early October 1914.
   

Utah & Northern 2-6-0 -- 1 locomotive

1885 UP System
Number
Previous
Number
Builder Builder
Number
Builder
Date
Date
Vacated
Notes
U&N 290 U&N 1 (2nd) Baldwin 3663 Nov 1874 Bef 1891 1

Description:

Drive Wheel Diameter: 36 inches
Cylinders: 12x16 inches

Notes:

1.

Utah & Northern 290 was built 1874 either as stock, or for another railroad and not delivered, sold to Summit County Railroad in September 1875, numbered as Summit County number 2; to Utah & Northern number 1 (2nd) in 1880; to Utah & Northern 290 in 1885; vacated before 1891, scrapped (Read more about Summit County RR)

   

DSP&P 2-6-6T -- 1 locomotive

1885 UP System
Number
Previous
Number
Builder Builder
Number
Builder
Date
1889 DL&G
Number
Date
Vacated
Notes
DSP&P 291 DSP&P 5 Mason 589 Jan 1878 DL&G 291 Before 1890 1

Description:

Drive Wheel Diameter: 34 inches
Cylinders: 12x16 inches

Notes:

1. DSP&P 291 was built as Kansas Central number 4 (1st) as an 0-6-6T in 1878; rebuilt by Mason to 2-6-6-T; to DSP&P as their number 5 in February 1879; to DSP&P 291 in 1885; to DL&G 291 in 1889; vacated before 1890
   

ORy&N 0-6-0 -- 1 locomotive (ex Walla Walla & Columbia River/ Mill Creek Flume)

1890 ORy&N
Number
First
Number
Second
Number
Builder Builder
Number
Date
Built
1894 ORy&N
Number
Date
Vacated
Later
Number
Notes
ORy&N 291 WW&CR 4 ORy&N 2 Porter-Bell 283 Jan 1878 ORy&N 3 1896 Cascades 2 1

Description:

Drive Wheel Diameter: 40 inches
Cylinders: 10x16 inches

General Notes:

a. Built as Walla Walla & Columbia River Railroad, a three-feet narrow gauge railroad constructed between Wallula and Walla Walla, Washington in 1872-1875, along with a branch to Blue Mountain, Washington built in 1879; converted to standard gauge in May 1881, with the Blue Mountain Branch remaining narrow gauge until 1883, at which time all three were sold to the Mill Creek Flume & Manufacturing Company, which was later sold to ORy&N in 1887. (Read more about the WW&CR/Mill Creek Flume companies)

Notes:

1. ORy&N 291 was built in 1878 as Walla Walla & Columbia River Railroad number 4, named "Blue Mountain"; rebuilt to a 2-6-0 (later rebuilt back to 0-6-0); to Mill Creek Flume & Manufacturing Company number 4 in June 1881, Mill Creek company was sold to ORy&N in 1887; renumbered to Oregon Railway & Navigation Company number 2 in 1889; renumbered to ORy&N 291 in 1890; renumbered to ORy&N number 3 in 1894; returned for service on Mill Creek flume line in 1894 and used on the remaining narrow gauge portion between Walla Walla and Tracy until sold in 1903 to a new Mill Creek Railroad controlled by Northern Pacific Railway, which ended narrow gauge operations in June 1905; sold to sold in 1906 to Seward Peninsula Railway number 4, Seward, Alaska; sold in 1913 to Pioneer Mining & Ditch Company, Nome, Alaska; sold in 1921 to Alaska Territorial Government, Nome, Alaska, dumped off pier to serve as part of a sea wall; removed and partially restored in 1970 by M. R. Engstrom, Nome, Alaska; boiler and running gear returned to Walla Walla, Washington in 1992, given a minor cosmetic restoration and put on display at Baker Boyer Bank in Walla Walla.
   

Colorado Central 2-6-0 -- 1 locomotive

1885 UP System
Number
Previous
Number
Builder Builder
Number
Builder
Date
Date
Vacated
Notes
CC 292 CC 7 Porter-Bell 280 Dec 1877 1887 1

Description:

Drive Wheel Diameter: 36 inches
Cylinders: 13x16 inches

Notes:

1. Colorado Central 292 was built as Colorado Central number 7 in 1877; to Colorado Central 292 in 1885; vacated in 1887
   

Colorado Central 0-6-0 -- 1 locomotive

1885 UP System
Number
Previous
Number
Builder Builder
Number
Builder
Date
Date
Vacated
Notes
CC 293 CC 2 Porter-Bell 214 Jan 1875 1889 1

Description:

Drive Wheel Diameter: 33 inches
Cylinders: 12x16 inches

Notes:

1. Colorado Central 293 was built as Colorado Central number 2 in 1875; to CC 293 in 1885; vacated in 1889
   

Utah & Nevada Ry 4-4-0 -- 1 locomotive

1885 UP System
Number
Previous
Number
Builder Builder
Number
Builder
Date
Date
Vacated
Notes
Utah & Nevada 294 U&Nev 3 Baldwin 4982 Feb 1880 1890 1

Description:

Drive Wheel Diameter: 44 inches
Cylinders: 12x16 inches

Notes:

1. Utah & Nevada 294 was built as Utah Western number 3, "Jonathan", in 1880; to Utah & Nevada Railway number 3 in 1881; to Utah & Nevada 294 in 1885; vacated in 1890; sold to Sumpter Valley 285 in 1890
   

Kansas Central 2-6-0 -- 1 locomotive

1885 UP System
Number
Previous
Number
Builder Builder
Number
Builder
Date
Date
Vacated
Notes
KC 295 KC 3 Baldwin 2659 Dec 1871 1887 1

Description:

Drive Wheel Diameter: 36 inches
Cylinders: 11x16 inches

General Notes:

a. Kansas Central was changed from narrow gauge to standard gauge in 1890. (Read more about Kansas Central RR)

Notes:

1. Kansas Central 295 was built as Kansas Central number 3 in 1871; to Kansas Central 295 in 1885; vacated in 1887
   

Utah & Northern 0-4-4T -- 1 locomotive

1885 UP System
Number
Previous
Number
Builder Builder
Number
Builder
Date
Date
Vacated
Notes
U&N 296 U&N 45 Mason 461 Mar 1872 Bef Sep 1886 1

Description:

Drive Wheel Diameter: 42 inches
Cylinders: 10x15 inches

Notes:

1. Utah & Northern 296 was built on speculation by Mason Locomotive Works by March 1872, named "Onward"; converted from 36 inches gauge to 42 inches gauge for potential sale, not sold and converted back to 36 inches gauge; sold to American Fork Railroad number 1, named "American Fork", in July 1872 (failed on AFRR); sold to Eureka & Palisade Railroad number 1, named "Eureka", in December 1873, used for construction, out-of-service by May 1875; sold to Nevada Central Railway named "Austin" in October 1879, used for construction, out-of-service in June 1881; loaned (later sold?) to Utah & Northern in December 1882, assigned to switch service at Spring Hill, Montana; vacated by September 1887. (Spring Hill was where the rail line met the Red Rock River, and in 1889 was renamed Lima.)
   

Utah & Northern Ry 0-6-0T -- 1 locomotive

1885 UP System
Number
First
Number
Second
Number
Builder Builder
Number
Builder
Date
Date
Vacated
Notes
(U&N 297) UN 3 U&N 3 Grant [943] Sep 1872 May 1886 1

Description:

Drive Wheel Diameter: 42 inches
Cylinders: 10x16 inches

Notes:

1. Utah & Northern 297 was built as Utah Northern Railroad number 3 in 1872, named "Idaho"; to Utah & Northern Railway number 3 in 1878; assigned Utah & Northern 297 in 1885, not renumbered; vacated in 1886 and converted to stationary boiler at Eagle Rock (Idaho Falls) shops
   

Kansas Central 2-4-0 -- 2 locomotives

1885 UP System
Number
Previous
Number
Builder Builder
Number
Builder
Date
Date
Vacated
Notes
KC 298 KC 1 Baldwin 2612 Nov 1871 1887 1
KC 299 KC 2 Baldwin 2582 Oct 1871 1887 2

Description:

Drive Wheel Diameter: 36 inches
Cylinders: 9x16 inches

General Notes:

a. Kansas Central was changed from narrow gauge to standard gauge in 1890. (Read more about Kansas Central RR)

Notes:

1. Kansas Central 298 was built as Kansas Central number 1 in 1871, named "Leavenworth"; to Kansas Central 298 in 1885; vacated in 1887
2. Kansas Central 299 was built as Kansas Central number 2 in 1871, named "Grasshopper Falls"; to Kansas Central 299 in 1885; vacated in 1887

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