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Union Pacific Steam Locomotives, 1915-1962

Part 2, UP 311 to UP 499

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UP 2-8-0 -- 7 locomotives

1915 UP
Number
Builder Builder
Number
Date
Built
Date
Vacated
UP 311 Brooks 44961 Feb 1908 Mar 1938
UP 312 Brooks 44962 Feb 1908 Jun 1946
UP 313 Brooks 44963 Feb 1908 Aug 1946
UP 314 Brooks 44964 Feb 1908 Dec 1933
UP 315 Brooks 44965 Feb 1908 Feb 1949
UP 316 Brooks 44966 Feb 1908 Jan 1956
UP 317 Brooks 44967 Feb 1908 Mar 1949

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 300 series locomotives had superheaters installed, increasing the locomotive weight by an additional 3,000 pounds.
   

UP 2-8-0 -- 6 locomotives (ex Oregon & Washington Railroad)

1915 UP
Number
First
Number
Builder Builder
Number
Date
Built
Date
Vacated
UP 318 O&W 1 (1st) Brooks 44986 Jan 1908 Dec 1937
UP 319 O&W 2 (1st) Brooks 44987 Jan 1908 Nov 1954
UP 320 O&W 3 (1st) Brooks 44988 Jan 1908 Sep 1947
UP 321 O&W 4 (1st) Brooks 44989 Jan 1908 Dec 1947
UP 322 O&W 5 (1st) Brooks 44990 Jan 1908 Jun 1953
UP 323 O&W 6 (1st) Brooks 44991 Jan 1908 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. UP 318-323 were built as Oregon & Washington Railroad 1-6 (1st) in 1908; sold to UP in May 1909 and renumbered to UP 318-323.
b. Oregon & Washington Railroad was incorporated in Oregon in 1906 to build between Portland and Seattle; construction began at Vancouver, Washington (across the Columbia River from Portland) in 1907 and was completed to Seattle in October 1910. (Read more about O&WRR)
c. After 1936 all in-service 300 series locomotives had superheaters installed, increasing the locomotive weight by an additional 3,000 pounds.
   

UP 2-8-0 -- 8 locomotives

Road
Number
First
Number
Date To
UP
Builder Builder
Number
Date
Built
Date
Vacated
Notes
UP 324 T&NO (GH&SA) 850 19 Aug 1910 Brooks 44996 Feb 1908 Mar 1957 1
UP 325 T&NO (GH&SA) 851 19 Aug 1910 Brooks 44997 Feb 1908 May 1956 2
UP 326 T&NO (GH&SA) 852 5 Aug 1910 Brooks 44998 Feb 1908 May 1947 3
(UP 327)             4
UP 328 T&NO (GH&SA) 854 30 Aug 1910 Brooks 45000 Feb 1908 Jul 1953 5
UP 329 T&NO (GH&SA) 855 Aug 1910 Brooks 45001 Feb 1908 May 1946 6
UP 330 (2nd) T&NO (GH&SA) 856 Aug 1910 Brooks 45002 Feb 1908 Nov 1947 7
UP 331 T&NO (GH&SA) 857 Aug 1910 Brooks 45003 Feb 1908 Dec 1930 8

Description:

CS Class: C-2 (SP Class C-9)
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. UP 324-331 were built as Texas & New Orleans Railroad (Galveston Harrisburg & San Antonio Ry) 850-857; transferred to SP's Pacific Lines in 1909-1910; sold to UP in August 1910 and numbered UP 324-331; retained UP 324-331 numbers in 1915 system renumbering
b. After 1936 all in-service 300 series locomotives had superheaters installed, increasing the locomotive weight by an additional 3,000 pounds.

Notes:

1. UP 324 was built as T&NO (GH&SA) 850 in 1908; to SP Pacific Lines in February 1910; to UP 324 in August 1910; to UP 6324 in March 1957 to clear the 300 series for new GP9s; vacated in 1957
2. UP 325 was built as T&NO (GH&SA) 851 in 1908; to SP Pacific Lines in February 1910; to UP 325 in August 1910; vacated in 1956
3. UP 326 was built as T&NO (GH&SA) 852 in 1908; to SP Pacific Lines in February 1910; to UP 326 in August 1910; vacated in 1947
4. UP 327 was built as T&NO (GH&SA) 853 in 1908; to SP Pacific Lines in February 1910; to UP 327 in August 1910; returned to SP as GH&SA 831 (2nd) in 1912
5. UP 328 was built as T&NO (GH&SA) 854 in 1908; to SP Pacific Lines in December 1909; to UP 328 in August 1910; vacated in 1953
6. UP 329 was built as T&NO (GH&SA) 855 in 1908; to SP Pacific Lines in December 1909; to UP 329 in August 1910; vacated in 1946
7. UP 330 (2nd) was built as T&NO (GH&SA) 856 in 1908; to SP Pacific Lines in December 1909; to UP 330 in August 1910; vacated in 1947
8. UP 331 was built as T&NO (GH&SA) 857 in 1908; to SP Pacific Lines in December 1909; to UP 331 in August 1910; vacated in 1930
   

UP 2-8-0 -- 2 locomotives

Road
Number
First
Number
Builder Builder
Number
Date
Built
Date
Vacated
Notes
UP 332 GH&SA 828 (1st) Baldwin 25895 Aug 1905 Mar 1957 1
UP 333 GH&SA 831 Baldwin 25904 Aug 1905 Dec 1937  

Description:

CS Class: C-2 (SP Class C-9)
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. UP 332 and 333 were built as Galveston, Harrisburg & San Antonio Railway 828 (1st) and 831 in 1905; GH&SA 828 (1st) was transferred to SP's Pacific Lines in July 1910; both locomotives sold to UP in September 1910 and renumbered to UP 332, 333.
b. After 1936 all in-service 300 series locomotives had superheaters installed, increasing the locomotive weight by an additional 3,000 pounds.

Notes:

1. UP 332 was renumbered to UP 6332 in March 1957 to clear the 300 series for new GP9s.
   

UP 2-8-0 -- 9 locomotives

1915 UP
Number
First
Number
Date To
UP
Builder Builder
Number
Date
Built
Date
Vacated
Notes
UP 350 SP 2694 15 Feb 1910 Baldwin 23702 Mar 1904 Aug 1946 1
UP 351 SP 2695 5 Mar 1910 Baldwin 23712 Mar 1904 Jan 1948 2
UP 352 SP 2696 9 Mar 1910 Baldwin 23718 Apr 1904 Dec 1946 3
UP 353 SP 2697 27 Feb 1910 Baldwin 23719 Mar 1904 Mar 1948 4
UP 354 SP 2744 12 Apr 1910 Schenectady 30098 Oct 1904 Dec 1933 5
UP 355 SP 2699 24 Feb 1910 Baldwin 23737 Mar 1904 Mar 1957 6
UP 356 SP 2726 8 Apr 1910 Baldwin 23952 Jan 1905 Apr 1954 7
UP 357 SP 2737 11 Apr 1910 Schenectady 30091 Oct 1904 Mar 1957 8
UP 358 SP 2738 8 Apr 1910 Schenectady 30092 Oct 1904 Mar 1957 9

Description:

CS Class: C-2 (SP Class C-9)
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 300 series locomotives had superheaters installed, increasing the locomotive weight by an additional 3,000 pounds.

Notes:

1. UP 350 was built as SP 2694 in 1904; to UP 350 in 1910; vacated in 1946
2. UP 351 was built as SP 2695 in 1904; to UP 351 in 1910; vacated in 1948
3. UP 352 was built as SP 2696 in 1904; to UP 352 in 1910; vacated in 1946
4. UP 353 was built as SP 2697 in 1904; to UP 353 in 1910; vacated in 1948
5. UP 354 was built as SP 2744 in 1904; to UP 354 in 1910; vacated in 1933
6. UP 355 was built as SP 2699 in 1904; to UP 355 in 1910; vacated in 1957
7. UP 356 was built as SP 2726 in 1904; to UP 356 in 1910; vacated in 1954
8. UP 357 was built as SP 2737 in 1904; to UP 357 in 1910; vacated in 1957
9. UP 358 was built as SP 2738 in 1904; to UP 358 in 1910; vacated in 1957
   

UP 2-8-0 -- 1 locomotive (ex Vauclain compound)

1915 UP
Number
First
Number
Second
Number
Builder Builder
Number
Date
Built
Date
Vacated
Notes
UP 400 UP 1680 (1st) UP 1620 Baldwin 18522 Dec 1900 Jul 1954 1

Description:

Cabside Class: C-57
Drive Wheel Diameter: 57 inches
Cylinders: 21x30 inches
Maximum Tractive Effort: 39,458 pounds
Weight on Drivers: 161,605 pounds
Weight in Working Order (Engine Only): 185,891 pounds
Weight in Working Order (Engine and Tender): 293,906 pounds
Fuel: Coal

General Notes:

a. Built as Vauclain compound in 1900; rebuilt to simple in September 1910

Notes:

1. UP 400 was built as UP 1680 (1st) in 1900; to UP 1620 in 1901; to UP 400 in 1915; vacated in 1954
   

UP 2-8-0 -- 19 locomotives (ex Vaulcain compound)

1915 UP
Number
First
Number
Builder Builder
Number
Date
Built
Date
Vacated
Notes
UP 401 UP 1621 Baldwin 17931 Jul 1900 Mar 1947 1
UP 402 UP 1622 Baldwin 17950 Jul 1900 Jul 1954 2
UP 403 UP 1623 Baldwin 17892 Jun 1900 Jul 1951 3
UP 404 UP 1624 Baldwin 17901 Jul 1900 Mar 1938 4
UP 405 UP 1625 Baldwin 17939 Jul 1900 Sep 1946 5
UP 406 UP 1626 Baldwin 17949 Jul 1900 Dec 1933 6
UP 407 UP 1627 Baldwin 17974 Jul 1900 Jul 1956 7
UP 408 UP 1628 Baldwin 17975 Jul 1900 Jun 1946 8
UP 409 UP 1629 Baldwin 17984 Jul 1900 Oct 1929 9
UP 410 UP 1630 Baldwin 17999 Aug 1900 Mar 1954 10
UP 411 UP 1631 Baldwin 18000 Aug 1900 Jun 1953 11
UP 412 UP 1632 Baldwin 18008 Aug 1900 May 1940 12
UP 413 UP 1633 Baldwin 18009 Aug 1900 May 1940 13
UP 414 UP 1634 Baldwin 18010 Aug 1900 May 1955 14
UP 415 UP 1635 Baldwin 18031 Aug 1900 Jul 1954 15
UP 416 UP 1636 Baldwin 18032 Aug 1900 Jun 1924 16
UP 417 UP 1637 Baldwin 18061 Aug 1900 Mar 1948 17
UP 418 UP 1638 Baldwin 18062 Aug 1900 Jul 1954 18
UP 419 UP 1639 Baldwin 18067 Aug 1900 Jul 1956 19

Description (as Vauclain coumpound):

Drive Wheel Diameter: 57 inches
Cylinders: 15-1/2&26x30 inches

Description (as simple):

Cabside Class: C-57
Drive Wheel Diameter: 57 inches
Cylinders: 21x30 inches
Maximum Tractive Effort: 39,458 pounds
Weight on Drivers: 161,605 pounds
Weight in Working Order (Engine Only): 185,891 pounds
Weight in Working Order (Engine and Tender): 301,689 pounds
Fuel: Coal

General Notes:

a. In about 1914-1915, the 1621 series locomotives began having Schmidt superheaters installed; by 1937 UP 407, 411, 413 remained as saturated (non-superheated) locomotives; superheaters added 2,000 pounds to the locomotive weight.
b. UP 401-419 were built as UP 1621-1639 in 1900; built as Vauclain compound; rebuilt to simple on the date shown:
  Road
Number
Date
Rebuilt
  UP 401 Oct 1910
  UP 402 Nov 1910
  UP 403  
  UP 404  
  UP 405 Jan 1912
  UP 406  
  UP 407 Feb 1911
  UP 408 Jul 1911
  UP 409  
  UP 410  
  UP 411 Mar 1912
  UP 412 Apr 1910
  UP 413 Sep 1911
  UP 414  
  UP 415 May 1910
  UP 416 May 1910
  UP 417 May 1911
  UP 418 Apr 1911
  UP 419  

Notes:

1. UP 401 was built as UP 1621 in 1900; to UP 401 in 1915; vacated in 1947
2. UP 402 was built as UP 1622 in 1900; to UP 402 in 1915; vacated in 1954
3. UP 403 was built as UP 1623 in 1900; to UP 403 in 1915; vacated in 1951
4. UP 404 was built as UP 1624 in 1900; to UP 404 in 1915; vacated in 1938
5. UP 405 was built as UP 1625 in 1900; to UP 405 in 1915; vacated in 1946
6. UP 406 was built as UP 1626 in 1900; to UP 406 in 1915; vacated in 1933
7. UP 407 was built as UP 1627 in 1900; to UP 407 in 1915; vacated in 1956; donated to Sidney, Nebraska.
8. UP 408 was built as UP 1628 in 1900; to UP 408 in 1915; vacated in 1946
9. UP 409 was built as UP 1629 in 1900; to UP 409 in 1915; vacated in 1929
10. UP 410 was built as UP 1630 in 1900; to UP 410 in 1915; vacated in 1954
11. UP 411 was built as UP 1631 in 1900; to UP 411 in 1915; vacated in 1953
12. UP 412 was built as UP 1632 in 1900; to UP 412 in 1915; vacated in 1940
13. UP 413 was built as UP 1633 in 1900; to UP 413 in 1915; vacated in 1940
14. UP 414 was built as UP 1634 in 1900; to UP 414 in 1915; vacated in 1955
15. UP 415 was built as UP 1635 in 1900; to UP 415 in 1915; vacated in 1954
16. UP 416 was built as UP 1636 in 1900; to UP 416 in 1915; vacated in 1924; rebuilt to 0-8-0 UP 4500 in 1924.
17. UP 417 was built as UP 1637 in 1900; to UP 417 in 1915; vacated in 1948
18. UP 418 was built as UP 1638 in 1900; to UP 418 in 1915; vacated in 1954
19. UP 419 was built as UP 1639 in 1900; to UP 419 in 1915; vacated in 1956
   

UP 2-8-0 -- 40 locomotives (ex Vaulcain compound)

1915 UP
Number
First
Number
Builder Builder
Number
Date
Built
Date
Vacated
Notes
UP 420 UP 1640 Baldwin 18068 Aug 1900 Mar 1949 1
UP 421 UP 1641 Baldwin 18200 Sep 1900 Apr 1956 2
UP 422 UP 1642 Baldwin 18250 Sep 1900 Mar 1947 3
UP 423 UP 1643 Baldwin 18262 Sep 1900 Jul 1955 4
UP 424 UP 1644 Baldwin 18263 Sep 1900 Oct 1929 5
UP 425 UP 1645 Baldwin 18264 Sep 1900 Mar 1947 6
UP 426 UP 1646 Baldwin 18288 Oct 1900 Sep 1934 7
UP 427 UP 1647 Baldwin 18292 Oct 1900 Dec 1947 8
UP 428 UP 1648 Baldwin 18303 Oct 1900 Dec 1958 9
UP 429 UP 1649 Baldwin 18323 Oct 1900 May 1940 10
UP 430 UP 1650 Baldwin 18324 Oct 1900 Jun 1958 11
UP 431 UP 1651 Baldwin 18346 Oct 1900 Mar 1938 12
UP 432 UP 1652 Baldwin 18347 Oct 1900 Mar 1955 13
UP 433 UP 1653 Baldwin 18366 Oct 1900 Jun 1955 14
UP 434 UP 1654 Baldwin 18367 Oct 1900 Nov 1953 15
UP 435 UP 1655 Baldwin 18399 Nov 1900 Sep 1934 16
UP 436 UP 1656 Baldwin 18400 Nov 1900 Jan 1946 17
UP 437 UP 1657 Baldwin 18413 Nov 1900 Sep 1955 18
UP 438 UP 1658 Baldwin 18414 Nov 1900 Apr 1954 19
UP 439 UP 1659 Baldwin 18431 Dec 1900 May 1940 20
UP 440 UP 1660 Baldwin 18435 Dec 1900 May 1955 21
UP 441 UP 1661 Baldwin 18436 Dec 1900 Apr 1954 22
UP 442 UP 1662 Baldwin 18437 Dec 1900 May 1947 23
UP 443 UP 1663 Baldwin 18438 Dec 1900 Apr 1946 24
UP 444 UP 1664 Baldwin 18439 Dec 1900 Sep 1930 25
UP 445 UP 1665 Baldwin 18440 Dec 1900 Apr 1954 26
UP 446 UP 1666 Baldwin 18468 Dec 1900 May 1947 27
UP 447 UP 1667 Baldwin 18469 Dec 1900 May 1940 28
UP 448 UP 1668 Baldwin 18470 Dec 1900 Jul 1956 29
UP 449 UP 1669 Baldwin 18491 Dec 1900 Jul 1954 30
UP 450 UP 1670 Baldwin 18492 Dec 1900 Dec 1930 31
UP 451 UP 1671 Baldwin 18504 Dec 1900 Jun 1953 32
UP 452 UP 1672 Baldwin 18505 Dec 1900 Jun 1940 33
UP 453 UP 1673 Baldwin 18506 Dec 1900 May 1940 34
UP 454 UP 1674 Baldwin 18507 Dec 1900 Dec 1933 35
UP 455 UP 1675 Baldwin 18508 Dec 1900 May 1946 36
UP 456 UP 1676 Baldwin 18509 Dec 1900 Dec 1947 37
UP 457 UP 1677 Baldwin 18519 Dec 1900 May 1940 38
UP 458 UP 1678 Baldwin 18520 Dec 1900 May 1946 39
UP 459 UP 1679 Baldwin 18521 Dec 1900 May 1947 40

Description (as Vauclain coumpound):

Drive Wheel Diameter: 57 inches
Cylinders: 15-1/2&26x30 inches

Description (as simple):

Cabside Class: C-57
Drive Wheel Diameter: 57 inches
Cylinders: 21x30 inches
Maximum Tractive Effort: 39,458 pounds
Weight on Drivers: 161,605 pounds
Weight in Working Order (Engine Only): 185,891 pounds
Weight in Working Order (Engine and Tender): 301,689 pounds
Fuel: Coal

General Notes:

a. In about 1914-1915, the 1640 series locomotives began having Schmidt superheaters installed; by 1937 UP 414 and 419 remained as saturated (non-superheated) locomotives; superheaters added 2,000 pounds to the locomotive weight.
b. At some unknown date, UP 443 was rebuilt from 21x30 inches cylinders (simple), to 23x30 inches cylinders; larger cylinders increased UP 443's maximum tractive effort from 39,458 pounds to 41,412 pounds.
c. UP 1640-1679 (later UP 420-459) were built as Vauclain compound in 1900; rebuilt to simple on the date shown:
  Road
Number
Date
Rebuilt
  UP 420 Dec 1911
  UP 421  
  UP 422  
  UP 423  
  UP 424  
  UP 425  
  UP 426  
  UP 427  
  UP 428 Dec 1910
  UP 429 Apr 1913
  UP 430  
  UP 431  
  UP 432 Feb 1911
  UP 433 Jul 1910
  UP 434 Jul 1909
  UP 435 Jun 1910
  UP 436  
  UP 437  
  UP 438 Dec 1910
  UP 439  
  UP 440  
  UP 441  
  UP 442  
  UP 443 Jan 1910
  UP 444  
  UP 445  
  UP 446  
  UP 447  
  UP 448  
  UP 449  
  UP 450  
  UP 451  
  UP 452  
  UP 453 Jan 1910
  UP 454 Feb 1911
  UP 455  
  UP 456 Feb 1912
  UP 457  
  UP 458  
  UP 459  

Notes:

1. UP 420 was built as UP 1640 in 1900; to UP 420 in 1915; vacated in 1949
2. UP 421 was built as UP 1641 in 1900; to UP 421 in 1915; vacated in 1956; donated to Fairbury, Nebraska.
3. UP 422 was built as UP 1642 in 1900; to UP 422 in 1915; vacated in 1947
4. UP 423 was built as UP 1643 in 1900; to UP 423 in 1915; vacated in 1955; donated to Gering, Nebraska.
5. UP 424 was built as UP 1644 in 1900; to UP 424 in 1915; vacated in 1929
6. UP 425 was built as UP 1645 in 1900; to UP 425 in 1915; vacated in 1947
7. UP 426 was built as UP 1646 in 1900; to UP 426 in 1915; vacated in 1934
8. UP 427 was built as UP 1647 in 1900; to UP 427 in 1915; vacated in 1947
9. UP 428 was built as UP 1648 in 1900; to UP 428 in 1915; vacated in 1958; donated to Kansas City, Kansas; moved to Illinois Railway Museum at Union, Illinois.
10. UP 429 was built as UP 1649 in 1900; to UP 429 in 1915; vacated in 1940
11. UP 430 was built as UP 1650 in 1900; to UP 430 in 1915; vacated in 1958
12. UP 431 was built as UP 1651 in 1900; to UP 431 in 1915; vacated in 1938
13. UP 432 was built as UP 1652 in 1900; to UP 432 in 1915; vacated in 1955
14. UP 433 was built as UP 1653 in 1900; to UP 433 in 1915; vacated in 1955
15. UP 434 was built as UP 1654 in 1900; to UP 434 in 1915; vacated in 1953
16. UP 435 was built as UP 1655 in 1900; to UP 435 in 1915; vacated in 1934
17. UP 436 was built as UP 1656 in 1900; to UP 436 in 1915; vacated in 1946
18. UP 437 was built as UP 1657 in 1900; to UP 437 in 1915; vacated in 1955; donated to Grand Island, Nebraska.
19. UP 438 was built as UP 1658 in 1900; to UP 438 in 1915; vacated in 1954
20. UP 439 was built as UP 1659 in 1900; to UP 439 in 1915; vacated in 1940
21.

UP 440 was built as UP 1660 in 1900; to UP 440 in 1915; vacated in 1955; donated to State of Nebraska, displayed at Nebraska State Fairgrounds, Lincoln, Nebraska; donated in 1975 to Mid-Continent Railway Museum at North Freedom, Wisconsin.

From Mid-Continent's web site:

"retired and donated to the Nebraska State Fair Association and placed on display at the fairgrounds in Lincoln, Nebraska. When the fairgrounds were converted into a university coliseum, #440 was saved by the Cornhusker Chapter of the National Railway Historical Society. Unable to find a home for the venerable 2-8-0 in the Lincoln area, the chapter offered #440 as a donation to Mid-Continent. She was moved on her own wheels from Nebraska via Sioux City, Iowa and Mankato, Minnesota and arrived at North Freedom in June of 1975." (photos)

22. UP 441 was built as UP 1661 in 1900; to UP 441 in 1915; vacated in 1954
23. UP 442 was built as UP 1662 in 1900; to UP 442 in 1915; vacated in 1947
24. UP 443 was built as UP 1663 in 1900; to UP 443 in 1915; vacated in 1946
25. UP 444 was built as UP 1664 in 1900; to UP 444 in 1915; vacated in 1930
26. UP 445 was built as UP 1665 in 1900; to UP 445 in 1915; vacated in 1954
27. UP 446 was built as UP 1666 in 1900; to UP 446 in 1915; vacated in 1947
28. UP 447 was built as UP 1667 in 1900; to UP 447 in 1915; vacated in 1940
29. UP 448 was built as UP 1668 in 1900; to UP 448 in 1915; vacated in 1956
30. UP 449 was built as UP 1669 in 1900; to UP 449 in 1915; vacated in 1954
31. UP 450 was built as UP 1670 in 1900; to UP 450 in 1915; vacated in 1930
32. UP 451 was built as UP 1671 in 1900; to UP 451 in 1915; vacated in 1953
33. UP 452 was built as UP 1672 in 1900; to UP 452 in 1915; vacated in 1940; wrecked on September 21, 1939 at Lindsey, Kansas (on the Solomon Branch); retired June 1940.
34. UP 453 was built as UP 1673 in 1900; to UP 453 in 1915; vacated in 1940
35. UP 454 was built as UP 1674 in 1900; to UP 454 in 1915; vacated in 1933
36. UP 455 was built as UP 1675 in 1900; to UP 455 in 1915; vacated in 1946
37. UP 456 was built as UP 1676 in 1900; to UP 456 in 1915; vacated in 1947
38. UP 457 was built as UP 1677 in 1900; to UP 457 in 1915; vacated in 1940
39. UP 458 was built as UP 1678 in 1900; to UP 458 in 1915; vacated in 1946
40. UP 459 was built as UP 1679 in 1900; to UP 459 in 1915; vacated in 1947
   

UP 2-8-0 -- 20 locomotives (ex Vaulcain Compound)

1915 UP
Number
First
Number
Builder Builder
Number
Date
Built
Date
Vacated
Notes
UP 460 UP 1680 (2nd) Baldwin 19104 Jun 1901 Apr 1956 1
UP 461 UP 1681 Baldwin 19155 Jun 1901 Dec 1933 2
UP 462 UP 1682 Baldwin 19156 Jun 1901 May 1940 3
UP 463 UP 1683 Baldwin 19157 Jun 1901 Feb 1954 4
UP 464 UP 1684 Baldwin 19188 Jul 1901 May 1940 5
UP 465 UP 1685 Baldwin 19189 Jul 1901 Mar 1956 6
UP 466 UP 1686 Baldwin 19190 Jul 1901 Dec 1933 7
UP 467 UP 1687 Baldwin 19191 Jul 1901 May 1940 8
UP 468 UP 1688 Baldwin 19192 Jul 1901 Dec 1936 9
UP 469 UP 1689 Baldwin 19193 Jul 1901 Mar 1947 10
UP 470 UP 1690 Baldwin 19243 Jul 1901 Jun 1947 11
UP 471 UP 1691 Baldwin 19244 Jul 1901 Dec 1933 12
UP 472 UP 1692 Baldwin 19245 Jul 1901 Oct 1954 13
UP 473 UP 1693 Baldwin 19246 Jul 1901 May 1936 14
UP 474 UP 1694 Baldwin 19247 Jul 1901 May 1940 15
UP 475 UP 1695 Baldwin 19290 Jul 1901 May 1948 16
UP 476 UP 1696 Baldwin 19291 Jul 1901 Apr 1952 17
UP 477 UP 1697 Baldwin 19292 Jul 1901 Jul 1955 18
UP 478 UP 1698 Baldwin 19293 Jul 1901 Nov 1953 19
UP 479 UP 1699 Baldwin 19294 Jul 1901 Jan 1947 20

Description (as Vauclain coumpound):

Drive Wheel Diameter: 57 inches
Cylinders: 15-1/2&26x30 inches

Description (as simple):

Cabside Class: C-57
Drive Wheel Diameter: 57 inches
Cylinders: 21x30 inches
Maximum Tractive Effort: 39,458 pounds
Weight on Drivers: 161,605 pounds
Weight in Working Order (Engine Only): 185,891 pounds
Weight in Working Order (Engine and Tender): 301,689 pounds
Fuel: Coal

General Notes:

a. In about 1914-1915, the 1680 series locomotives began having Schmidt superheaters installed; by 1931 all had received superheaters, which added 2,000 pounds to the locomotive weight.
b. UP 1698 and 1699 (later UP 478 and 479) were rebuilt within a year of their delivery to serve as test locomotives for a larger firebox design; the new design matched the design used on the UP's later 1901-1920 series of 2-8-0 locomotives built in 1903; the larger fireboxes resulted in an increase of 7,800 pounds of locomotive weight.
b. UP 1680-1699 (later 460-479) were built as Vauclain compound; rebuilt to simple on the date shown:
  Road
Number
Date
Rebuilt
  UP 460  
  UP 461  
  UP 462  
  UP 463  
  UP 464  
  UP 465  
  UP 466  
  UP 467  
  UP 468 Feb 1910
  UP 469  
  UP 470 Mar 1910
  UP 471 Jan 1913
  UP 472  
  UP 473  
  UP 474  
  UP 475  
  UP 476 Nov 1910
  UP 477 Apr 1910
  UP 478  
  UP 479  

Notes:

1. UP 460 was built as UP 1680 (2nd) in 1901; to UP 460 in 1915; vacated in 1956; donated to Marysville, Kansas.
2. UP 461 was built as UP 1681 in 1901; to UP 461 in 1915; vacated in 1933
3. UP 462 was built as UP 1682 in 1901; to UP 462 in 1915; vacated in 1940
4. UP 463 was built as UP 1683 in 1901; to UP 463 in 1915; vacated in 1954
5. UP 464 was built as UP 1684 in 1901; to UP 464 in 1915; vacated in 1940
6. UP 465 was built as UP 1685 in 1901; to UP 465 in 1915; vacated in 1956
7. UP 466 was built as UP 1686 in 1901; to UP 466 in 1915; vacated in 1933
8. UP 467 was built as UP 1687 in 1901; to UP 467 in 1915; vacated in 1940
9. UP 468 was built as UP 1688 in 1901; to UP 468 in 1915; vacated in 1936
10. UP 469 was built as UP 1689 in 1901; to UP 469 in 1915; vacated in 1947
11. UP 470 was built as UP 1690 in 1901; to UP 470 in 1915; vacated in 1947
12. UP 471 was built as UP 1691 in 1901; to UP 471 in 1915; vacated in 1933
13. UP 472 was built as UP 1692 in 1901; to UP 472 in 1915; vacated in 1954
14. UP 473 was built as UP 1693 in 1901; to UP 473 in 1915; vacated in 1936
15. UP 474 was built as UP 1694 in 1901; to UP 474 in 1915; vacated in 1940
16. UP 475 was built as UP 1695 in 1901; to UP 475 in 1915; vacated in 1948
17. UP 476 was built as UP 1696 in 1901; to UP 476 in 1915; vacated in 1952
18. UP 477 was built as UP 1697 in 1901; to UP 477 in 1915; vacated in 1955; donated to Salina, Kansas.
19. UP 478 was built as UP 1698 in 1901; to UP 478 in 1915; vacated in 1953
20. UP 479 was built as UP 1699 in 1901; to UP 479 in 1915; vacated in 1947
   

UP 2-8-0 -- 20 locomotives (ex Vauclain compound)

1915 UP
Number
First
Number
Builder Builder
Number
Date
Built
Date
Vacated
Notes
UP 480 UP 1901 Baldwin 21718 Mar 1903 Feb 1956 1
UP 481 UP 1902 Baldwin 21745 Apr 1903 Jun 1958 2
UP 482 UP 1903 Baldwin 21746 Apr 1903 Dec 1933 3
UP 483 UP 1904 Baldwin 21804 Apr 1903 May 1940 4
UP 484 UP 1905 Baldwin 21776 Apr 1903 Aug 1929 5
UP 485 UP 1906 Baldwin 21784 Apr 1903 Jun 1956 6
UP 486 UP 1907 Baldwin 21785 Apr 1903 Mar 1957 7
UP 487 UP 1908 Baldwin 21793 Apr 1903 Aug 1946 8
UP 488 UP 1909 Baldwin 21805 Apr 1903 Dec 1930 9
UP 489 UP 1910 Baldwin 21809 Apr 1903 Mar 1958 10
UP 490 UP 1911 Baldwin 21810 Apr 1903 May 1958 11
UP 491 UP 1912 Baldwin 21811 Apr 1903 Jul 1956 12
UP 492 UP 1913 Baldwin 21853 Apr 1903 Nov 1956 13
UP 493 UP 1914 Baldwin 21860 Apr 1903 Nov 1947 14
UP 494 UP 1915 Baldwin 21868 Apr 1903 Jun 1955 15
UP 495 UP 1916 Baldwin 21901 Apr 1903 Oct 1950 16
UP 496 UP 1917 Baldwin 21918 Apr 1903 Dec 1933 17
UP 497 UP 1918 Baldwin 21919 Apr 1903 Mar 1957 18
UP 498 UP 1919 Baldwin 21958 Apr 1903 Jul 1954 19
UP 499 UP 1920 Baldwin 22040 May 1903 Sep 1934 20

Description (as Vauclain coumpound):

Drive Wheel Diameter: 57 inches
Cylinders: 15-1/2&26x30 inches

Description (as simple):

Cabside Class: C-57
Drive Wheel Diameter: 57 inches
Cylinders: 21x30 inches
Maximum Tractive Effort: 39,458 pounds
Weight on Drivers: 172,500 pounds
Weight in Working Order (Engine Only): 192,760 pounds
Weight in Working Order (Engine and Tender): 308,558 pounds
Fuel: Coal

General Notes:

a. In about 1914-1915, the 1901 series locomotives began having Schmidt superheaters installed; by 1937 UP 484, 492, 494, and 495 remained as saturated (non-superheated) locomotives.
b. Built as Vauclain compound; rebuilt to simple in 1912-1918 (locomotive folio diagram book shows UP 478, 479, 486, and 489 as the only remaining as compound locomotives of class as late as May 1918)
c. Rebuilt from Vauclain compound to simple on the date shown.
  1915 UP
Number
Date
Rebuilt
  UP 460  
  UP 461  
  UP 462  
  UP 463  
  UP 464  
  UP 465  
  UP 466  
  UP 467  
  UP 468  
  UP 469  
  UP 470  
  UP 471  
  UP 472  
  UP 473  
  UP 474  
  UP 475  
  UP 476  
  UP 477  
  UP 478  
  UP 479  

Notes:

1. UP 480 was built as UP 1901 in 1903; to UP 480 in 1915; vacated in 1956; donated to North Platte, Nebraska.
2. UP 481 was built as UP 1902 in 1903; to UP 481 in 1915; vacated in 1958; donated to Kearney, Nebraska.
3. UP 482 was built as UP 1903 in 1903; to UP 482 in 1915; vacated in 1933
4. UP 483 was built as UP 1904 in 1903; to UP 483 in 1915; vacated in 1940
5. UP 484 was built as UP 1905 in 1903; to UP 484 in 1915; vacated in 1929
6. UP 485 was built as UP 1906 in 1903; to UP 485 in 1915; vacated in 1956; donated to Lexington, Nebraska.
7. UP 486 was built as UP 1907 in 1903; to UP 486 in 1915; vacated in 1957
8. UP 487 was built as UP 1908 in 1903; to UP 487 in 1915; vacated in 1946
9. UP 488 was built as UP 1909 in 1903; to UP 488 in 1915; vacated in 1930
10. UP 489 was built as UP 1910 in 1903; to UP 489 in 1915; vacated in 1958
11. UP 490 was built as UP 1911 in 1903; to UP 490 in 1915; vacated in 1958
12. UP 491 was built as UP 1912 in 1903; to UP 491 in 1915; vacated in 1956
13. UP 492 was built as UP 1913 in 1903; to UP 492 in 1915; vacated in 1956
14. UP 493 was built as UP 1914 in 1903; to UP 493 in 1915; vacated in 1947
15. UP 494 was built as UP 1915 in 1903; to UP 494 in 1915; vacated in 1955
16. UP 495 was built as UP 1916 in 1903; to UP 495 in 1915; vacated in 1950; wrecked on September 24, 1950 at Troy, Kansas (on the St. Joseph Subdivision of the Kansas Division); retired in October 1950.
17. UP 496 was built as UP 1917 in 1903; to UP 496 in 1915; vacated in 1933
18. UP 497 was built as UP 1918 in 1903; to UP 497 in 1915; vacated in 1957
19. UP 498 was built as UP 1919 in 1903; to UP 498 in 1915; vacated in 1954
20. UP 499 was built as UP 1920 in 1903; to UP 499 in 1915; vacated in 1934

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