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Union Pacific Steam Locomotives, 1915-1962

Part 1, UP 100 to UP 310

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UP 2-8-0 -- 11 locomotives

Road
Number
First
Number
Second
Number
Builder Builder
Number
Date
Built
Date
Vacated
Notes
UP 100 UPRy 1301 UP 1301 Baldwin 7842 1893 Dec 1930  
UP 101 UPRy 1302 UP 1302 Baldwin 8289 1894 Dec 1926  
UP 102 UPRy 1303 UP 1303 Baldwin 8292 1894 Nov 1926  
UP 103 UPRy 1304 UP 1304 Baldwin 8299 1894 Dec 1930  
UP 104 UPRy 1305 UP 1305 Baldwin 8305 1894 Aug 1924  
UP 105 UPRy 1306 UP 1306 Baldwin 8307 1894 Jul 1951 1
UP 106 UPRy 1307 UP 1307 Baldwin 8283 1894 Jun 1925  
UP 107 UPRy 1308 UP 1308 Baldwin 8286 1894 May 1936  
UP 108 UPRy 1309 UP 1309 Baldwin 8308 1894 May 1926  
UP 109 UPRy 1310 UP 1310 Baldwin 8319 1894 Dec 1926  
UP 110 UPRy 1311 UP 1311 Baldwin 8336 1895 Nov 1926  

Description:

Class Designation: C-51
Drive Wheel Diameter: 51 inches
Cylinders: 20x24 inches
Maximum Tractive Effort: 28,800 pounds
Weight on Drivers: 137,600 pounds (139,540 pounds with Schmidt superheater)
Weight in Working Order (Engine Only): 150,200 pounds (159,200 pounds with Schmidt superheater)
Weight in Working Order (Engine and Tender): (varied due to different tender styles)
Fuel: Coal

General Notes:

a. All 11 locomotives built by Baldwin in 1886-1887 with Wootten firebox and camelback cab; rebuilt by UP at Omaha in 1893-1895 to standard firebox and cab on the following dates (Read more about Wootten fireboxes)
  1898 UP
Number
Date
Rebuilt
  UP 100 Jun 1893
  UP 101 Feb 1895
  UP 102 Sep 1894
  UP 103 Jul 1894
  UP 104 May 1893
  UP 105 Dec 1894
  UP 106 Mar 1894
  UP 107 May 1894
  UP 108 Dec 1894
  UP 109 Aug 1895
  UP 110 Dec 1893

Notes:

1. In later years, UP 105 was assigned (along with UP 113 and 117) to the Kearney Branch in western Nebraska. (Read more about the Kearney Branch; see also: "Kearney & Black Hills: A Historic Line of the Union Pacific Railroad" by Francis Gschwind, South Platte Press, 1990, ISBN-13: 978-0942035131)

 

UP 2-8-0 -- 8 locomotives

Road
Number
First
Number
Builder Builder
Number
Date
Built
Date
Vacated
Notes
UP 111 UP 1312 Brooks 3062 Oct 1898 Dec 1926  
UP 112 UP 1313 Brooks 3063 Oct 1898 Dec 1926  
UP 113 UP 1314 Brooks 3064 Oct 1898 Aug 1949 1
UP 114 UP 1315 Brooks 3065 Oct 1898 Dec 1926  
UP 115 UP 1316 Brooks 3066 Oct 1898 Mar 1927 2
UP 116 UP 1317 Brooks 3067 Oct 1898 Nov 1926  
UP 117 UP 1318 Brooks 3068 Nov 1898 Sep 1949 1
UP 118 UP 1319 Brooks 3069 Nov 1898 Aug 1931  

Description:

Class Designation: C-51
Drive Wheel Diameter: 51 inches
Cylinders: 20x24 inches
Maximum Tractive Effort: 28,800 pounds
Weight on Drivers: 137,600 pounds (139,540 pounds with Schmidt superheater)
Weight in Working Order (Engine Only): 150,200 pounds (159,200 pounds with Schmidt superheater)
Weight in Working Order (Engine and Tender): (varied due to different tender styles)
Fuel: Coal

General Notes:

a. All locomotives had operating weight of 137,600 pounds except UP 113, 117 which had operating weight of 139,500 pounds.

Notes:

1. In later years, UP 113 and 117 were assigned (along with UP 105) to the Kearney Branch in western Nebraska. (Read more about the Kearney Branch; see also: "Kearney & Black Hills: A Historic Line of the Union Pacific Railroad" by Francis Gschwind, South Platte Press, 1990, ISBN-13: 978-0942035131)
2. UP 115 was sold to Kansas City, Mexico & Oriente F.C. in (?) as their No. 115.
   

UP 2-8-0 -- 2 locomotives (ex cross-compound)

Road
Number
First
Number
Builder Builder
Number
Date
Built
Date
Vacated
UP 119 UP 1320 (2nd) Schenectady 4907 Dec 1898 May 1940
UP 120 UP 1321 (2nd) Schenectady 4908 Dec 1898 Sep 1934

Description:

Cabside Class: C-51
Drive Wheel Diameter: 51 inches
Cylinders: 20x24 inches
Maximum Tractive Effort: 28,800 pounds
Weight on Drivers: 147,800 pounds (149,400 with Schmidt superheater)
Weight in Working Order (Engine Only): 163,900 pounds (165,900 pounds with Schmidt superheater)
Weight in Working Order (Engine and Tender): 281,133 pounds
Fuel: Coal

General Notes:

a. UP 119 and 120 were built as cross-compound locomotives in 1898; converted to simple locomotives in 1909; renumbered to UP 119, 120 in 1915-1916.
   

UP 2-8-0 -- 11 locomotives

1915 UP
Number
First
Number
Second
Number
Builder Builder
Number
Date
Built
Date
Vacated
Notes
UP 130 UPRy 1600 UP 1600 Cooke 1989 Feb 1890 Nov 1927 1
  UPRy 1601 UP 1601 Cooke 1990 Feb 1890 Bef 1915  
UP 131 UPRy 1602 UP 1602 Cooke 1991 Feb 1890 Sep 1921 2
UP 132 UPRy 1603 UP 1603 Cooke 1992 Feb 1890 Sep 1921 3
  UPRy 1604 UP 1604 Cooke 1993 Feb 1890 Bef 1915  
  UPRy 1605 UP 1605 Cooke 1994 Feb 1890 Bef 1915  
  UPRy 1606 UP 1606 Cooke 1995 Feb 1890 Jan 1913  
UP 133 UPRy 1607 UP 1607 Cooke 1996 Feb 1890 Aug 1924 4
UP 134 UPRy 1608 UP 1608 Cooke 1997 Feb 1890 Sep 1921 5
UP 135 UPRy 1609 UP 1609 Cooke 1998 Feb 1890 Sep 1921 6
UP 136 UPRy 1610 UP 1610 Cooke 1999 Feb 1890 Sep 1921 7
UP 137 UPRy 1611 UP 1611 Cooke 2000 Feb 1890 Nov 1922 8
UP 138 UPRy 1612 UP 1612 Cooke 2001 Feb 1890 Dec 1923 9
UP 139 UPRy 1613 UP 1613 Cooke 2002 Feb 1890 Mar 1924 10
UP 140 UPRy 1614 UP 1614 Cooke 2003 Feb 1890 May 1916 11

Description:

Cabside Class: C-51
Drive Wheel Diameter: 51 inches
Cylinders: 21x28 inches
Maximum Tractive Effort: 33,957 pounds
Weight on Drivers: 141,600 pounds
Weight in Working Order (Engine Only): 163,800 pounds
Weight in Working Order (Engine and Tender): 282,363 pounds
Fuel: Coal

Notes:

1. Built as UPRy 1600 in 1890; to UP 1600 in 1898; to UP 130 in 1915; vacated in 1927
2. Built as UPRy 1601 in 1890; to UP 1601 in 1898; vacated before 1915
3. Built as UPRy 1602 in 1890; to UP 1602 in 1898; to UP 131 in 1915; vacated in 1921
4. Built as UPRy 1603 in 1890; to UP 1603 in 1898; to UP 132 in 1915; vacated in 1921
5. Built as UPRy 1604 in 1890; to UP 1604 in 1898; vacated before 1915
6. Built as UPRy 1605 in 1890; to UP 1605 in 1898; vacated before 1915
7. Built as UPRy 1606 in 1890; to UP 1606 in 1898; vacated in 1913; sold to Kilpatrick Brothers & Collins
8. Built as UPRy 1607 in 1890; to UP 1607 in 1898; to UP 133 in 1915; vacated in 1924
9. Built as UPRy 1608 in 1890; to UP 1608 in 1898; to UP 134 in 1915; vacated in 1921
10. Built as UPRy 1609 in 1890; to UP 1609 in 1898; to UP 135 in 1915; vacated in 1921
11. Built as UPRy 1610 in 1890; to UP 1610 in 1898; to UP 136 in 1915; vacated in 1921
12. Built as UPRy 1611 in 1890; to UP 1611 in 1898; to UP 137 in 1915; vacated in 1922
13. Built as UPRy 1612 in 1890; to UP 1612 in 1898; to UP 138 in 1915; vacated in 1923
14. Built as UPRy 1613 in 1890; to UP 1613 in 1898; to UP 139 in 1915; vacated in 1924
15. Built as UPRy 1614 in 1890; to UP 1614 in 1898; to UP 140 in 1915; vacated in 1916
   

UP 2-8-0 -- 3 locomotives (ex Montana Union)

Road
Number
First
Number
Second
Number
Date To
UP
Builder Builder
Number
Date
Built
Date
Vacated
UP 141 MURy 161 UP 1615 Oct 1898 New York 513 Jul 1889 Sep 1921
UP 142 MURy 162 UP 1616 Oct 1898 New York 514 Jul 1889 Feb 1916
UP 143 MURy 163 UP 1617 Oct 1898 New York 515 Jul 1889 Oct 1927

Description:

Cabside Class: C-51
Drive Wheel Diameter: 51 inches
Cylinders: 21x28 inches
Maximum Tractive Effort: 33,957 pounds
Weight on Drivers: 141,600 pounds
Weight in Working Order (Engine Only): 163,800 pounds
Weight in Working Order (Engine and Tender): 282,363 pounds
Fuel: Coal

General Notes:

a. UP 141-143 were built as Montana Union Railway 161-163 (received by MURy in July 1890); to UP 1615-1617 in 1898; to UP 141-143 in 1915.
b. Montana Union Railway was a joint company owned by Union Pacific and Northern Pacific, operated from 1886 to 1898 when the rolling stock was split between the two companies.
c. Montana Union Railway operations started between Butte and Garrison, Montana on August 1, 1886, and consisted of the 51 miles of standard gauge trackage (newly converted from three-feet gauge) between Silver Bow, Montana and Butte on the south end and between Silver Bow and Garrison on the north end. (Read more about Montana Union Ry.)

Notes:

1. UP 141 was built as Montana Union Ry 161 in 1889; to UP 1615 in 1898; to UP 141 in 1915; vacated in 1921
2. UP 142 was built as Montana Union Ry 162 in 1889; to UP 1616 in 1898; to UP 142 in 1915; vacated in 1916
3. UP 143 was built as Montana Union Ry 163 in 1889; to UP 1617 in 1898; to UP 143 in 1915; vacated in 1927
   

UP 2-8-0 -- 9 locomotives (Vauclain compound)

Road
Number
First
Number
Builder Builder
Number
Date
Built
Date
Vacated
Notes
UP 150 UP 1508 Baldwin 20924 Oct 1902 Sep 1934 1
UP 151 UP 1509 Baldwin 20938 Oct 1902 Nov 1928 2
UP 152 UP 1510 Baldwin 20990 Oct 1902 Dec 1933 3
UP 153 UP 1511 Baldwin 20991 Oct 1902 Dec 1930 4
UP 154 UP 1514 Baldwin 21047 Oct 1902 Sep 1934 5
UP 155 UP 1515 Baldwin 21062 Oct 1902 Jun 1946 6
UP 156 UP 1516 Baldwin 21063 Oct 1902 May 1928 7
UP 157 UP 1518 Baldwin 21117 Oct 1902 May 1928 8
UP 158 UP 1519 Baldwin 21118 Oct 1902 Jun 1946 9

Description (as Vauclain coumpound):

Drive Wheel Diameter: 57 inches
Cylinders: 17&28x30 inches

Description (as simple):

Cabside Class: T-57
Drive Wheel Diameter: 57 inches
Cylinders: 22x30 inches

General Notes:

a. Built as Vauclain compound; rebuilt to simple in 1910-1918 (locomotive folio diagram book shows UP 150, 151, and 154 remained as compound as late as May 1918)
b. Rebuilt from Vauclain compound to simple on the date shown.
  Road
Number
Date
Rebuilt
  UP 150  
  UP 151  
  UP 152 Sep 1912
  UP 153 Jun 1911
  UP 154  
  UP 155  
  UP 156 Aug 1910
  UP 157 Feb 1910
  UP 158 Apr 1911

Notes:

1. Built as UP 1508 in 1902; to UP 150 in 1915; vacated in 1934
2. Built as UP 1509 in 1902; to UP 151 in 1915; vacated in 1928
3. Built as UP 1510 in 1902; to UP 152 in 1915; vacated in 1933
4. Built as UP 1511 in 1902; to UP 153 in 1915; vacated in 1930
5. Built as UP 1514 in 1902; to UP 154 in 1915; vacated in 1934
6. Built as UP 1515 in 1902; to UP 155 in 1915; vacated in 1946
7. Built as UP 1516 in 1902; to UP 156 in 1915; vacated in 1928
8. Built as UP 1518 in 1902; to UP 157 in 1915; vacated in 1928
9. Built as UP 1519 in 1902; to UP 158 in 1915; vacated in 1946
   

UP 2-8-0 -- 25 locomotives

Road
Number
Builder Builder
Number
Date
Built
Date
Vacated
Notes
UP 201 Baldwin 27016 Jan 1906 Nov 1953 1
UP 202 Baldwin 27017 Jan 1906 Nov 1947  
UP 203 Baldwin 27018 Jan 1906 May 1947  
UP 204 Baldwin 27019 Jan 1906 May 1936  
UP 205 Baldwin 27033 Jan 1906 Dec 1933  
UP 206 Baldwin 27034 Jan 1906 Nov 1953 1
UP 207 Baldwin 27035 Jan 1906 May 1947  
UP 208 Baldwin 27036 Jan 1906 May 1947  
UP 209 Baldwin 27041 Jan 1906 Sep 1934  
UP 210 Baldwin 27042 Jan 1906 Dec 1933  
UP 211 Baldwin 27060 Jan 1906 May 1947  
UP 212 Baldwin 27061 Jan 1906 Dec 1933  
UP 213 Baldwin 27062 Jan 1906 Mar 1946  
UP 214 Baldwin 27063 Jan 1906 Dec 1947  
UP 215 Baldwin 27076 Jan 1906 Dec 1933  
UP 216 Baldwin 27077 Jan 1906 May 1946  
UP 217 Baldwin 27078 Jan 1906 Oct 1948  
UP 218 Baldwin 27079 Jan 1906 Dec 1937  
UP 219 Baldwin 27105 Jan 1906 1953 1
UP 220 Baldwin 27106 Jan 1906 Dec 1947  
UP 221 Baldwin 27107 Jan 1906 1953 1
UP 222 Baldwin 27130 Jan 1906 Dec 1936  
UP 223 Baldwin 27142 Jan 1906 May 1947  
UP 224 Baldwin 27143 Jan 1906 Feb 1947  
UP 225 Baldwin 27144 Jan 1906 Sep 1934  

Description:

CS Class: C-2
Cabside Class: C-57
Drive Wheel Diameter: 57 inches
Cylinders: 22x30 inches
Maximum Tractive Effort: 43,305 pounds
Weight on Drivers: 187,000 pounds
Weight in Working Order (Engine Only): 209,900 pounds
Weight in Working Order (Engine and Tender): 342,950 pounds
Fuel: Coal

General Notes:

a. After 1936 all in-service 200 series locomotives had superheaters installed, increasing the locomotive weight by an additional 3,000 pounds.

Notes:

1. The following four locomotives were renumbered from the 200 series to the 6200 series to clear the 200 series for use by new GP9s.
  200 Series
Number
6200 Series
Number
Date
Renumbered
  UP 201 UP 6201 Nov 1953
  UP 206 UP 6206 Nov 1953
  UP 219 UP 6219 1953
  UP 221 UP 6221 1953
       

UP 2-8-0 -- 27 locomotives

Road
Number
Builder Builder
Number
Date
Built
Date
Vacated
Notes
UP 226 Baldwin 28813 Sep 1906 Jun 1913 1
UP 227 Baldwin 28814 Sep 1906 May 1947  
UP 228 Baldwin 28829 Sep 1906 Aug 1947  
UP 229 Baldwin 28845 Sep 1906 May 1947  
UP 230 Baldwin 28846 Sep 1906 Aug 1947  
UP 231 Baldwin 28847 Sep 1906 Jun 1946  
UP 232 Baldwin 28848 Sep 1906 Sep 1934  
UP 233 Baldwin 28872 Sep 1906 Mar 1947  
UP 234 Baldwin 28873 Sep 1906 Nov 1947  
UP 235 Baldwin 28890 Sep 1906 Apr 1948  
UP 236 Baldwin 28891 Sep 1906 Nov 1953 2
UP 237 Baldwin 28910 Sep 1906 Nov 1953 2
UP 238 Baldwin 28911 Sep 1906 Mar 1947  
UP 239 Baldwin 28950 Oct 1906 Jul 1947  
UP 240 Baldwin 28951 Oct 1906 Mar 1938  
UP 241 Baldwin 28971 Oct 1906 Mar 1947  
UP 242 Baldwin 28972 Oct 1906 Apr 1947  
UP 243 Baldwin 28989 Oct 1906 Nov 1953 2
UP 244 Baldwin 28990 Oct 1906 May 1947  
UP 245 Baldwin 29003 Oct 1906 Apr 1946  
UP 246 Baldwin 29004 Oct 1906 Dec 1933  
UP 247 Baldwin 29008 Oct 1906 Mar 1949  
UP 248 Baldwin 29009 Oct 1906 Oct 1953  
UP 249 Baldwin 29018 Oct 1906 May 1947  
UP 250 Baldwin 29019 Oct 1906 Mar 1948  
UP 251 Baldwin 29026 Oct 1906 May 1947  
UP 252 Baldwin 29027 Oct 1906 May 1947  

Description:

CS Class: C-2
Cabside Class: C-57
Drive Wheel Diameter: 57 inches
Cylinders: 22x30 inches
Maximum Tractive Effort: 43,305 pounds
Weight on Drivers: 187,000 pounds
Weight in Working Order (Engine Only): 209,900 pounds
Weight in Working Order (Engine and Tender): 342,950 pounds
Fuel: Coal

General Notes:

a. After 1936 all in-service 200 series locomotives had superheaters installed, increasing the locomotive weight by an additional 3,000 pounds.

Notes:

1. UP 226 was sold to Galveston, Harrisburg & San Antonio Railway on April 1, 1913, renumbered to GH&SA 828 (2nd); scrapped in October 1951.
2. The following three locomotives were renumbered from the 200 series to the 6200 series to clear the 200 series for use by new GP9s.
  200 Series
Number
6200 Series
Number
Date
Renumbered
  UP 236 UP 6236 Nov 1953
  UP 237 UP 6237 Nov 1953
  UP 243 UP 6243 Nov 1953
       

UP 2-8-0 -- 28 locomotives

Road
Number
Builder Builder
Number
Date
Built
Date
Vacated
Notes
UP 253 Baldwin 30006 Feb 1907 Feb 1948  
UP 254 Baldwin 30007 Feb 1907 Aug 1953  
UP 255 Baldwin 30026 Feb 1907 Feb 1949  
UP 256 Baldwin 30027 Feb 1907 Nov 1953 1
UP 257 Baldwin 30028 Mar 1907 May 1940  
UP 258 Baldwin 30088 Mar 1907 Apr 1947  
UP 259 Baldwin 30089 Mar 1907 Dec 1933  
UP 260 Baldwin 30112 Mar 1907 Nov 1953 1
UP 261 Baldwin 30113 Mar 1907 Dec 1933  
UP 262 Baldwin 30114 Mar 1907 May 1947  
UP 263 Baldwin 30115 Mar 1907 Dec 1933  
UP 264 Baldwin 30116 Mar 1907 Nov 1953 1
UP 265 Baldwin 30117 Mar 1907 May 1940  
UP 266 Baldwin 30118 Mar 1907 Apr 1947  
UP 267 Baldwin 30119 Mar 1907 Nov 1953 1
UP 268 Baldwin 30156 Mar 1907 Jun 1946  
UP 269 Baldwin 30157 Mar 1907 Apr 1947  
UP 270 Baldwin 30192 Mar 1907 Dec 1930  
UP 271 Baldwin 30193 Mar 1907 Sep 1946  
UP 272 Baldwin 30194 Mar 1907 Nov 1953 1
UP 273 Baldwin 30195 Mar 1907 Nov 1953 1
UP 274 Baldwin 30203 Mar 1907 Jul 1946  
UP 275 Baldwin 30204 Mar 1907 Nov 1953 1
UP 276 Baldwin 30205 Mar 1907 Mar 1947  
UP 277 Baldwin 30206 Mar 1907 Sep 1934  
UP 278 Baldwin 30207 Mar 1907 Dec 1933  
UP 279 Baldwin 30208 Mar 1907 May 1947  
UP 280 Baldwin 30209 Mar 1907 Dec 1933  

Description:

CS Class: C-2
Cabside Class: C-57
Drive Wheel Diameter: 57 inches
Cylinders: 22x30 inches
Maximum Tractive Effort: 43,305 pounds
Weight on Drivers: 187,000 pounds
Weight in Working Order (Engine Only): 209,900 pounds
Weight in Working Order (Engine and Tender): 342,950 pounds
Fuel: Coal

General Notes:

a. After 1936 all in-service 200 series locomotives had superheaters installed, increasing the locomotive weight by an additional 3,000 pounds.

Notes:

1. The following seven locomotives were renumbered from the 200 series to the 6200 series to clear the 200 series for use by new GP9s.
  200 Series
Number
6200 Series
Number
Date
Renumbered
  UP 256 UP 6256 Nov 1953
  UP 260 UP 6260 Nov 1953
  UP 264 UP 6264 Nov 1953
  UP 267 UP 6267 Nov 1953
  UP 272 UP 6272 Nov 1953
  UP 273 UP 6273 Nov 1953
  UP 275 UP 6275 Nov 1953
       

UP 2-8-0 -- 30 locomotives

Road
Number
Builder Builder
Number
Date
Built
Date
Vacated
Notes
UP 281 Baldwin 30958 Jul 1907 Dec 1937  
UP 282 Baldwin 30929 Jul 1907 May 1947  
UP 283 Baldwin 30930 Jul 1907 Nov 1953 1
UP 284 Baldwin 30931 Jul 1907 Nov 1953 1
UP 285 Baldwin 30947 Jul 1907 Jul 1946  
UP 286 Baldwin 30948 Jul 1907 May 1946  
UP 287 Baldwin 30949 Jul 1907 Dec 1933  
UP 288 Baldwin 30950 Jul 1907 Dec 1936  
UP 289 Baldwin 30959 Jul 1907 May 1940  
UP 290 Baldwin 30993 Jul 1907 Oct 1946  
UP 291 Baldwin 30994 Jul 1907 Jun 1946  
UP 292 Baldwin 31015 Jul 1907 Mar 1938  
UP 293 Baldwin 31016 Jul 1907 Dec 1933  
UP 294 Baldwin 31038 Jul 1907 Dec 1933  
UP 295 Baldwin 31039 Jul 1907 Oct 1947  
UP 296 Baldwin 31040 Jul 1907 Aug 1947  
UP 297 Baldwin 31041 Jul 1907 Dec 1930  
UP 298 Baldwin 31047 Jul 1907 Nov 1947  
UP 299 Baldwin 31048 Jul 1907 May 1946  
UP 300 Baldwin 31049 Jul 1907 Sep 1934  
UP 301 Baldwin 31050 Jul 1907 Aug 1946  
UP 302 Baldwin 31051 Jul 1907 Mar 1947  
UP 303 Baldwin 31068 Jul 1907 Sep 1934  
UP 304 Baldwin 31069 Jul 1907 Sep 1946  
UP 305 Baldwin 31086 Jul 1907 Jul 1946  
UP 306 Baldwin 31087 Jul 1907 Mar 1949  
UP 307 Baldwin 31088 Jul 1907 Dec 1937  
UP 308 Baldwin 31110 Jul 1907 May 1947  
UP 309 Baldwin 31111 Jul 1907 Apr 1948  
UP 310 Baldwin 31112 Jul 1907 Mar 1946  

Description:

CS Class: C-2
Cabside Class: C-57
Drive Wheel Diameter: 57 inches
Cylinders: 22x30 inches
Maximum Tractive Effort: 43,305 pounds
Weight on Drivers: 187,000 pounds
Weight in Working Order (Engine Only): 209,900 pounds
Weight in Working Order (Engine and Tender): 342,950 pounds
Fuel: Coal

General Notes:

a. After 1936 all in-service 200 and 300 series locomotives had superheaters installed, increasing the locomotive weight by an additional 3,000 pounds.

Notes:

1. Two locomotives were renumbered from the 200 series to the 6200 series to clear the 200 series for use by new GP9s.
  200 Series
Number
6200 Series
Number
Date
Renumbered
  UP 283 UP 6283 Nov 1953
  UP 284 UP 6284 Nov 1953

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