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Union Pacific Steam Locomotives, 1915-1962

Part 4, UP 800 to OWRR&N 1123

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UP 4-8-4 -- 20 locomotives

UP
Number
Builder Builder
Number
Date
Built
Date
Vacated
Notes
UP 800 Schenectady 68808 Aug 1937 Oct 1957  
UP 801 Schenectady 68809 Sep 1937 May 1959  
UP 802 Schenectady 68810 Sep 1937 May 1960  
UP 803 Schenectady 68811 Aug 1937 May 1957  
UP 804 Schenectady 68812 Aug 1937 May 1959  
UP 805 Schenectady 68813 Sep 1937 May 1959  
UP 806 Schenectady 68814 Sep 1937 Mar 1954  
UP 807 Schenectady 68815 Sep 1937 Jun 1956  
UP 808 Schenectady 68816 Aug 1937 Nov 1959  
UP 809 Schenectady 68817 Sep 1937 May 1958  
UP 810 Schenectady 68818 Sep 1937 Nov 1954  
UP 811 Schenectady 68819 Aug 1937 Sep 1956  
UP 812 Schenectady 68820 Aug 1937 Jun 1956  
UP 813 Schenectady 68821 Sep 1937 Oct 1957  
UP 814 Schenectady 68822 Sep 1937 Jun 1961 1
UP 815 Schenectady 68823 Aug 1937 Jun 1957  
UP 816 Schenectady 68824 Sep 1937 Jan 1957  
UP 817 Schenectady 68825 Sep 1937 May 1960  
UP 818 Schenectady 68826 Sep 1937 Sep 1956  
UP 819 Schenectady 68827 Sep 1937 May 1957  

Description:

CS Class: FEF-1
Cabside Class: FEF-77
Drive Wheel Diameter: 77 inches
Cylinders: 24-1/2x32 inches
Maximum Tractive Effort: 63,500 pounds
Weight on Drivers: 270,000 pounds
Weight in Working Order (Engine Only): 465,000 pounds
Weight in Working Order (Engine and Tender): 831,500 pounds
Fuel: Oil

General Notes:

a. UP 804, 808, 809, and 815 had double stacks applied in place of their original single stack.
b. UP 801, 804, 805, 808, and 814 (5 locomotives) received larger 23-C Centipede tenders to replace their original 20-C tenders, which were removed for conversion to 24-GTE tenders for the larger 8500 GTE locomotives delivered in 1960.
c.

The Union Pacific was slow to adopt the 4-8-4 type (pioneered by the Northern Pacific in 1926), preferring to rely on its fleet of 4-8-2 "Mountain" types for passenger service. But the increase in passenger traffic after the Depression proved to be too much for the sturdy Mountains. To meet the rise in traffic the road's Motive Power Department came up with an impressive 4-8-4 design, and the first twenty were the ones built in 1937 (#800-819).

The FEF-1's had 77-inch drivers, 24-1/2 x 32-inch cylinders and a 100-square-inch grate, and they were the first locomotives on the Union Pacific to utilize a 300-pound boiler pressure. They weighed 817,200 pounds (including tender) and developed a 63,500-pound tractive effort. Their tenders carried 19,764 gallons of water and 25 tons of coal (6550 gallons of oil after 1946) and rode on two six-wheel trucks. In May, 1946, a new, two-tone grey paint scheme was adopted for the Northerns to harmonize with many of the new trains on the Overland Route. Also in 1946, all of the Northerns were converted from coal to oil-burners as the result of a coal strike. In 1945 smoke wings were fitted to #838 in an attempt to solve smoke and gas problems in the cab. The design was successful, and by 1952 all the Northerns had the deflectors which were nicknamed "elephant ears." (Richard Wilson, Vanishing Vistas JT-292, 1971)

Notes:

1. UP 814 was donated to Council Bluffs, Iowa, displayed at Dodge Park (tender changed from original 20-C style, to a larger 23-C Centipede tender as used on later 800s)
   

UP 4-8-4 -- 15 locomotives

UP
Number
Builder Builder
Number
Date
Built
Date
Vacated
Notes
UP 820 Schenectady 69161 Aug 1939 May 1957  
UP 821 Schenectady 69162 Aug 1939 May 1959  
UP 822 Schenectady 69163 Aug 1939 Sep 1956  
UP 823 Schenectady 69164 Aug 1939 Jan 1962 1
UP 824 Schenectady 69165 Aug 1939 Oct 1957  
UP 825 Schenectady 69166 Sep 1939 Sep 1961 1
UP 826 Schenectady 69167 Sep 1939 Nov 1959  
UP 827 Schenectady 69168 Sep 1939 Mar 1957  
UP 828 Schenectady 69169 Sep 1939 Jan 1961  
UP 829 Schenectady 69170 Sep 1939 Jan 1961  
UP 830 Schenectady 69171 Sep 1939 Dec 1960  
UP 831 Schenectady 69172 Sep 1939 Jul 1956  
UP 832 Schenectady 69173 Oct 1939 Jul 1962 1
UP 833 Schenectady 69174 Oct 1939 Jan 1962 2
UP 834 Schenectady 69175 Oct 1939 Sep 1959  

Description:

CS Class: FEF-2
Cabside Class: FEF-80
Drive Wheel Diameter: 80 inches
Cylinders: 25x32 inches
Maximum Tractive Effort: 63,800 pounds
Weight on Drivers: 270,000 pounds
Weight in Working Order (Engine Only): 483,000 pounds
Weight in Working Order (Engine and Tender): 889,500 pounds
Fuel: Oil

General Notes:

a. All 15 locomotives had double stacks applied in place of their original single stack.

Notes:

1. UP 823, 825 and 832 were sold to Luria Brothers and Company of Pueblo, Colorado, in May 1963; moved for scrap to Columbia-Geneva Steel Corporation, Provo, Utah.
2. UP 833 was retired by UP in January 1962; held for historic purposes at Cheyenne, Wyoming until donated to Salt Lake City, Utah in August 1972; moved for display to Salt Lake City's Pioneer Park on October 24, 1972, with the formal donation ceremony taking place on October 25, 1972; moved to Ogden Union Station in February 1999. (Deseret News, October 24, 1972, with a photo of UP 833 on 400 West; Union Pacific INFO, December 1972, page 13, with photos of the donation ceremony)
   

UP 4-8-4 -- 10 locomotives

UP
Number
Builder Builder
Number
Date
Built
Date
Vacated
Notes
UP 835 Schenectady 72782 Dec 1944 Dec 1960  
UP 836 Schenectady 72783 Dec 1944 Jan 1962 1
UP 837 Schenectady 72784 Dec 1944 Nov 1959  
UP 838 Schenectady 72785 Dec 1944 Jul 1962 2
UP 839 Schenectady 72786 Dec 1944 Jul 1962 1
UP 840 Schenectady 72787 Dec 1944 May 1957  
UP 841 Schenectady 72788 Dec 1944 Mar 1957 3
UP 842 Schenectady 72789 Dec 1944 Sep 1959  
UP 843 Schenectady 72790 Dec 1944 Nov 1959  
UP 844 Schenectady 72791 Dec 1944   4

Description:

CS Class: FEF-3
Cabside Class: FEF-80
Drive Wheel Diameter: 80 inches
Cylinders: 25x32 inches
Maximum Tractive Effort: 63,800 pounds
Weight on Drivers: 270,300 pounds
Weight in Working Order (Engine Only): 490,700 pounds
Weight in Working Order (Engine and Tender): 902,100 pounds
Fuel: Oil

General Notes:

a. All 10 locomotives painted two-tone gray from April 1946 to the mid 1950s.
b.

In response to a request that UP 844 be run without smoke deflectors, the following was provided in February 1996 by Steve Lee, manager of UP's steam program:

"UP 844 was built in December 1944 and was placed in service at the very end of the month. The smoke deflectors were applied in February 1945, so the engine spent six weeks without them and 51 years with them. In effect, you ARE seeing what it really looks like, and we are content to leave well enough alone." (Steve Lee, via email dated February 3, 1996)

Notes:

1. UP 836 and 839 were sold to Luria Brothers and Company of Pueblo, Colorado, in May 1963; moved for scrap to Columbia-Geneva Steel Corporation, Provo, Utah.
2. UP 838 was vacated July 1962; stored at Cheyenne, Wyoming; used as a source of parts for 844/8444.
3. UP 841 was wrecked in 1956 and not repaired.
4. UP 844 has been in continuous service on Union Pacific since it was built in 1944; renumbered from UP 844 to UP 8444 in June 1962 to avoid confusion with newly delivered GP30 844; renumbered back to UP 844 on 2 June 1989 after the GP30 had been vacated. (Read more about UP 844 in service as part of UP's Heritage Fleet)
   

UP 4-4-0 -- 5 locomotives

1915 UP
Number
First
Number
Second
Number
Builder Builder
Number
Date
Built
Date
Vacated
Notes
UP 900 UPRy 610 UP 610 Schenectady 2772 Feb 1889 Sep 1921 1
UP 901 UPRy 614 UP 614 Schenectady 2776 Feb 1889 Apr 1923 2
UP 902 UPRy 617 UP 617 Schenectady 2779 Feb 1889 Apr 1923 3
UP 903 UPRy 622 UP 622 Schenectady 2784 Feb 1889 Apr 1921 4
UP 904 UPRy 627 UP 627 Schenectady 2789 Mar 1889 Aug 1924 5

Description:

Cabside Class: E-62
Drive Wheel Diameter: 62 inches (rebuilt from 63 inches in 1891-1892)
Cylinders: 18x26 inches
Maximum Tractive Effort: 18,478 pounds
Weight on Drivers: 62,000 pounds
Weight in Working Order (Engine Only): 99,000 pounds
Weight in Working Order (Engine and Tender): 206,233 pounds
Fuel: Coal

General Notes:

a. UP 900-904 were first delivered as UPRy 610 series, assigned to UP-controlled Union Pacific, Lincoln & Colorado Railway, which was sold to UP in October 1898

Notes:

1. UP 900 was built as UPRy 610 in 1889; to UP 610 in 1898; to UP 900 in 1915; vacated in 1921
2. UP 901 was built as UPRy 614 in 1889; to UP 614 in 1898; to UP 901 in 1915; involved in head-on collision with UP 1805 prior to 1915; vacated in 1923
3. UP 902 was built as UPRy 617 in 1889; to UP 617 in 1898; to UP 902 in 1915; vacated in 1923
4. UP 903 was built as UPRy 622 in 1889; to UP 622 in 1898; to UP 903 in 1915; vacated in 1921
5. UP 904 was built as UPRy 627 in 1889; to UP 627 in 1898; to UP 904 in 1915; vacated in 1924
   

UP 4-4-0 -- 2 locomotives

1915 UP
Number
First
Number
Second
Number
Third
Number
Builder Builder
Number
Date
Built
Date
Vacated
Notes
UP 905 UPRy 798 UP 798 UP 632 (2nd) Rhode Island 1974 May 1888 Nov 1922 1
UP 906 UPRy 799 UP 799 UP 633 (2nd) Rhode Island 1975 May 1888 Nov 1926 2

Description:

Cabside Class: E-62
Drive Wheel Diameter: 62 inches (rebuilt from 63 inches in 1891-1892)
Cylinders: 18x26 inches
Maximum Tractive Effort: 18,478 pounds
Weight on Drivers: 62,000 pounds
Weight in Working Order (Engine Only): 99,000 pounds
Weight in Working Order (Engine and Tender): 206,233 pounds
Fuel: Coal

Notes:

1. UP 905 was built as UPRy 798 in 1888; to UP 798 in 1898; to UP 632 (2nd) in 1913; to UP 905 in 1915; vacated in 1922
2. UP 906 was built as UPRy 799 in 1888; to UP 799 in 1898; to UP 633 (2nd) in 1913; to UP 906 in 1915; vacated in 1926
   

UP 4-4-0 -- 4 locomotives

1915 UP
Number
First
Number
Second
Number
Builder Builder
Number
Date
Built
Date
Vacated
UP 907 UPRy 635 UP 635 Rhode Island 2153 Feb 1889 Jun 1919
UP 908 UPRy 640 UP 640 Rhode Island 2158 Feb 1889 Apr 1923
UP 909 UPRy 645 UP 645 Rhode Island 2163 Feb 1889 Nov 1922
UP 910 UPRy 657 UP 657 (2nd) Rhode Island 2175 Feb 1889 Apr 1923

Description:

Cabside Class: E-62
Drive Wheel Diameter: 62 inches (rebuilt from 63 inches in 1891-1892)
Cylinders: 18x26 inches
Maximum Tractive Effort: 18,478 pounds
Weight on Drivers: 62,000 pounds
Weight in Working Order (Engine Only): 99,000 pounds
Weight in Working Order (Engine and Tender): 206,233 pounds
Fuel: Coal

Notes:

1. UP 907 was built as UPRy 635 in 1889; to UP 635 in 1898; to UP 907 in 1915; vacated in 1919
2. UP 908 was built as UPRy 640 in 1889; to UP 640 in 1898; to UP 908 in 1915; vacated in 1923
3. UP 909 was built as UPRy 645 in 1889; to UP 645 in 1898; to UP 909 in 1915; vacated in 1922
4. UP 910 was built as UPRy 657 (2nd) in 1889; to UP 657 in 1898; to UP 910 in 1915; vacated in 1923
   

UP 4-4-0 -- 1 locomotive

1915 UP
Number
First
Number
Builder Builder
Number
Date
Built
Date
Vacated
Notes
UP 911 UP 665 (2nd) New York 439 Dec 1888 Jun 1916 1

Description:

Cabside Class: E-62
Drive Wheel Diameter: 62 inches
Cylinders: 18x26 inches
Maximum Tractive Effort: 18,478 pounds
Weight on Drivers: 62,000 pounds
Weight in Working Order (Engine Only): 99,000 pounds
Weight in Working Order (Engine and Tender): 206,233 pounds
Fuel: Coal

Notes:

1. UP 911 was built as UPRy 665 (2nd) in 1888; to UP 675 in 1898; to UP 911 in 1915; vacated in 1916
   

UP 4-4-0 -- 4 locomotives

1915 UP
Number
First
Number
Second
Number
Third
Number
Builder Builder
Number
Date
Built
Date
Vacated
Notes
UP 912 UPRy 772 UP 772 UP 666 (3rd) New York 331 Feb 1888 Oct 1918 1
UP 913 UPRy 773 UP 773 UP 667 (3rd) New York 332 Feb 1888 Oct 1918 2
UP 914 UPRy 777 UP 777 UP 668 (2nd) New York 336 Feb 1888 Nov 1926 3
UP 915 UPRy 780 UP 780 UP 669 (2nd) New York 339 Feb 1888 Apr 1923 4

Description:

Cabside Class: E-62
Drive Wheel Diameter: 62 inches
Cylinders: 18x26 inches
Maximum Tractive Effort: 18,478 pounds
Weight on Drivers: 62,000 pounds
Weight in Working Order (Engine Only): 99,000 pounds
Weight in Working Order (Engine and Tender): 206,233 pounds
Fuel: Coal

Notes:

1. UP 912 was built as UPRy 772 in 1888; to UP 772 in 1898; to UP 666 (3rd) in 1913; to UP 912 in 1915; vacated in 1918
2. UP 913 was built as UPRy 773 in 1888; to UP 773 in 1898; to UP 667 (3rd) in 1913; to UP 913 in 1915; vacated in 1918
3. UP 914 was built as UPRy 777 in 1888; to UP 777 in 1898; to UP 668 (2nd) in 1913; to UP 914 in 1915; vacated in 1926
4. UP 915 was built as UPRy 780 in 1888; to UP 780 in 1898; to UP 669 (2nd) in 1913; to UP 915 in 1915; vacated in 1923
   

UP 4-4-0 -- 3 locomotives

1915 UP
Number
First
Number
Second
Number
Builder Builder
Number
Date
Built
Date
Vacated
Notes
UP 916 UPRy 672 UP 672 Pittsburgh 1017 Nov 1888 Nov 1922 1
UP 917 UPRy 673 UP 673 Pittsburgh 1018 Dec 1888 Oct 1918 2
UP 918 UPRy 674 UP 674 Pittsburgh 1019 Dec 1888 Sep 1921 3

Description:

Cabside Class: E-62
Drive Wheel Diameter: 62 inches
Cylinders: 18x26 inches
Maximum Tractive Effort: 18,478 pounds
Weight on Drivers: 62,000 pounds
Weight in Working Order (Engine Only): 99,000 pounds
Weight in Working Order (Engine and Tender): 206,233 pounds
Fuel: Coal

Notes:

1. UP 916 was built as UPRy 672 in 1888; to UP 672 in 1898; to UP 916 in 1815; vacated in 1922
2. UP 917 was built as UPRy 673 in 1888; to UP 673 in 1898; to UP 917 in 1915; vacated in 1918
3. UP 918 was built as UPRy 674 in 1888; to UP 674 in 1898; to UP 918 in 1915; vacated in 1921
   

UP 4-4-0 -- 3 locomotives

1915 UP
Number
First
Number
Second
Number
Builder Builder
Number
Date
Built
Date
Vacated
Notes
UP 919 UPRy 680 UP 680 New York 395 Sep 1888 Nov 1926 1
UP 920 UPRy 684 UP 684 New York 399 Sep 1888 Apr 1923 2
UP 921 UPRy 687 UP 687 New York 402 Sep 1888 Feb 1924 3

Description:

Cabside Class: E-62
Drive Wheel Diameter: 62 inches
Cylinders: 18x26 inches
Maximum Tractive Effort: 18,478 pounds
Weight on Drivers: 62,000 pounds
Weight in Working Order (Engine Only): 99,000 pounds
Weight in Working Order (Engine and Tender): 206,233 pounds
Fuel: Coal

Notes:

1. UP 919 was built as UPRy 680 in 1888; to UP 680 in 1898; to UP 919 in 1915; vacated in 1926
2. UP 920 was built as UPRy 684 in 1888; to UP 684 in 1898; to UP 920 in 1915; vacated in 1923
3. UP 921 was built as UPRy 687 in 1888; to UP 687 in 1898; to UP 921 in 1915; vacated in 1924
   

UP 4-4-0 -- 3 locomotives

1915 UP
Number
First
Number
Second
Number
Third
Number
Builder Builder
Number
Date
Built
Date
Vacated
Notes
UP 922 UPRy 741 UP 741 UP 691 (2nd) Baldwin 8401 Feb 1887 Jul 1921 1
UP 923 UPRy 743 UP 743 UP 692 (2nd) Baldwin 8403 Feb 1887 Feb 1924 2
UP 924 UPRy 745 UP 745 UP 693 (2nd) Baldwin 8408 Mar 1887 Sep 1921 3

Description:

Cabside Class: E-62
Drive Wheel Diameter: 62 inches
Cylinders: 18x26 inches
Maximum Tractive Effort: 18,478 pounds
Weight on Drivers: 62,000 pounds
Weight in Working Order (Engine Only): 99,000 pounds
Weight in Working Order (Engine and Tender): 206,233 pounds
Fuel: Coal

Notes:

1. UP 922 was built as UPRy 741 in 1887; to UP 741 in 1898; to UP 691 (2nd) in 1913; to UP 922 in 1915; vacated in 1921
2. UP 923 was built as UPRy 743 in 1887; to UP 743 in 1898; to UP 692 (2nd) in 1913; to UP 923 in 1915; vacated in 1924
3. UP 924 was built as UPRy 745 in 1887; to UP 745 in 1898; to UP 693 (2nd) in 1913; to UP 924 in 1915; vacated in 1921
   

UP 4-4-0 -- 2 locomotives

1915 UP
Number
First
Number
Second
Number
Third
Number
Fourth
Number
Builder Builder
Number
Date
Built
Date
Vacated
Notes
UP 925 UPRy 712 UP 712 UP 782 (2nd) UP 694 (2nd) Brooks 1109 May 1886 Oct 1918 1
(UP 926) UPRy 713 UP 713 UP 783 (2nd) UP 695 (2nd) Brooks 1110 May 1886 May 1916 2

Description:

Cabside Class: E-62
Drive Wheel Diameter: 62 inches
Cylinders: 18x26 inches
Maximum Tractive Effort: 18,478 pounds
Weight on Drivers: 62,000 pounds
Weight in Working Order (Engine Only): 99,000 pounds
Weight in Working Order (Engine and Tender): 206,233 pounds
Fuel: Coal

Notes:

1. UP 925 was built as UPRy 712 in 1886; to UP 712 in 1898; to UP 782 (2nd) in 1912; to UP 694 (2nd) in 1913; to UP 925 in 1915; vacated in 1918
2. (UP 926) was built as UPRy 713 in 1886; to UP 713 in 1898; to UP 783 (2nd) in 1912; to UP 695 (2nd) in 1913; assigned UP 926 in 1915, not renumbered; vacated in 1916; scrapped
   

UP 4-4-0 -- 1 locomotive

1915 UP
Number
First
Number
Second
Number
Builder Builder
Number
Date
Built
Date
Vacated
Notes
UP 927 UPRy 696 UP 696 (1st) New York 371 Jul 1888 Sep 1921 1

Description:

Cabside Class: E-62
Drive Wheel Diameter: 62 inches
Cylinders: 18x26 inches
Maximum Tractive Effort: 18,478 pounds
Weight on Drivers: 62,000 pounds
Weight in Working Order (Engine Only): 99,000 pounds
Weight in Working Order (Engine and Tender): 206,233 pounds
Fuel: Coal

Notes:

1. UP 927 was built as UPRy 696 in 1888; to UP 696 (1st) in 1898; to UP 927 in 1915; vacated in 1921
   

UP 4-4-0 -- 1 locomotive

1915 UP
Number
First
Number
Second
Number
Third
Number
Builder Builder
Number
Date
Built
Date
Vacated
Notes
UP 928 UPRy 785 UP 785 UP 697 (2nd) Brooks 1384 Jun 1888 May 1916 1

Description:

Cabside Class: E-62
Drive Wheel Diameter: 62 inches
Cylinders: 18x26 inches
Maximum Tractive Effort: 18,478 pounds
Weight on Drivers: 62,000 pounds
Weight in Working Order (Engine Only): 99,000 pounds
Weight in Working Order (Engine and Tender): 206,233 pounds
Fuel: Coal

Notes:

1. UP 928 was built as UPRy 785 in 1888; to UP 785 in 1898; to UP 697 (2nd) in 1913; to UP 928 in 1915; vacated in 1916
   

UP 4-4-0 -- 1 locomotive

1915 UP
Number
First
Number
Second
Number
Third
Number
Fourth
Number
Builder Builder
Number
Date
Built
Date
Vacated
Notes
UP 929 UPRy 718 UP 718 UP 788 UP 698 (2nd) Brooks 1117 May 1886 May 1916 1

Description:

Cabside Class: E-62
Drive Wheel Diameter: 62 inches
Cylinders: 18x26 inches
Maximum Tractive Effort: 18,478 pounds
Weight on Drivers: 62,000 pounds
Weight in Working Order (Engine Only): 99,000 pounds
Weight in Working Order (Engine and Tender): 206,233 pounds
Fuel: Coal

Notes:

1. UP 929 was built as UPRy 718 in 1886; to UP 718 in 1898; to UP 788 in 1912; to UP 698 (2nd) in 1913; to UP 929 in 1915; vacated in 1916
   

UP 4-4-0 -- 1 locomotive

1915 UP
Number
First
Number
Second
Number
Third
Number
Builder Builder
Number
Date
Built
Date
Vacated
Notes
UP 930 UPRy 789 UP 789 UP 699 (2nd) Brooks 1388 Jun 1888 Sep 1921 1

Description:

Cabside Class: E-62
Drive Wheel Diameter: 62 inches
Cylinders: 18x26 inches
Maximum Tractive Effort: 18,478 pounds
Weight on Drivers: 62,000 pounds
Weight in Working Order (Engine Only): 99,000 pounds
Weight in Working Order (Engine and Tender): 206,233 pounds
Fuel: Coal

Notes:

1. UP 930 was built as UPRy 789 in 1888; to UP 789 in 1898; to UP 699 (2nd) in 1913; to UP 930 in 1915; vacated in 1921
   

UP 4-4-0 -- 1 locomotive

1915 UP
Number
First
Number
Second
Number
Third
Number
Fourth
Number
Date To
900 Series
Builder Builder
Number
Date
Built
Date
Vacated
Notes
UP 931 UPRR 149 UPRy 149 UPRy 807 UP 807 2 May 1916 Taunton 657 Sep 1875 Nov 1926 1

Description:

Cabside Class: E-69
Drive Wheel Diameter: 69 inches
Cylinders: 18x24 inches
Maximum Tractive Effort: 15,326 pounds
Weight on Drivers: 58,400 pounds
Weight in Working Order (Engine Only): 94,100 pounds
Weight in Working Order (Engine and Tender): 201,300 pounds
Fuel: Coal

Notes:

1. UP 931 was built as UPRR 149 in 1875; to UPRy 149 in 1880; to UPRy 807 in 1885; to UP 807 in 1898; to UP 931 in 1916; vacated in 1926
   

UP 4-4-0 -- 3 locomotives

1915 UP
Number
First
Number
Second
Number
Third
Number
Fourth
Number
Date To
900 Series
Builder Builder
Number
Date
Built
Date
Vacated
Notes
UP 932 UPRR 150 UPRy 150 UPRy 808 UP 808 11 Mar 1916 Taunton 658 Sep 1875 Dec 1933 2

Description:

Cabside Class: E-69
Drive Wheel Diameter: 69 inches
Cylinders: 18x26 inches
Maximum Tractive Effort: 16,604 pounds
Weight on Drivers: 63,300 pounds
Weight in Working Order (Engine Only): 107,000 pounds
Weight in Working Order (Engine and Tender): 214,233 pounds
Fuel: Coal

Notes:

2. UP 932 was built as UPRR 150 in 1875; to UPRy 150 in 1880; to UPRy 808 in 1885; to UP 808 in 1898; to UP 932 in 1916; vacated in 1933
   

UP 4-4-0 -- 2 locomotives

1915 UP
Number
First
Number
Second
Number
Third
Number
Fourth
Number
Date To
900 Series
Builder Builder
Number
Date
Built
Date
Vacated
Notes
UP 933 UPRR 154 UPRy 154 UPRy 812 UP 812 22 May 1915 Taunton 662 Oct 1875 Dec 1926 1
UP 934 UPRR 166 UPRy 815 UP 815   28 Jun 1915 Taunton 664 Nov 1875 Apr 1923 2

Description:

Cabside Class: E-62
Drive Wheel Diameter: 62 inches
Cylinders: 18x24 inches
Maximum Tractive Effort: 15,326 pounds
Weight on Drivers: 58,400 pounds
Weight in Working Order (Engine Only): 94,100 pounds
Weight in Working Order (Engine and Tender): 201,300 pounds
Fuel: Coal

Notes:

1. UP 933 was built as UPRR 154 in 1875; to UPRy 154 in 1880; to UPRy 812 in 1885; to UP 812 in 1898; to UP 933 in 1915; vacated in 1926
2. UP 934 was built as UPRR 166 in 1875; to UPRy 166 in 1880; to UPRy 815 in 1885; rebuilt in 1886 (article in March 1886 issue of Union Pacific Employees' Magazine, shown at Evanston, Wyoming, named "Big Jumbo"); to UP 815 in 1898; to UP 934 in 1915; vacated in 1923
   

UP 4-4-0 -- 1 locomotive

1915 UP
Number
First
Number
Second
Number
Third
Number
Date To
900 Series
Builder Builder
Number
Date
Built
Date
Vacated
Notes
UP 935 UPRR 167 UPRy 816 UP 816 16 Jun 1915 Taunton 665 Dec 1875 Dec 1933 1

Description:

Cabside Class: E-69
Drive Wheel Diameter: 69 inches
Cylinders: 18x26 inches
Maximum Tractive Effort: 16,604 pounds
Weight on Drivers: 63,300 pounds
Weight in Working Order (Engine Only): 107,000 pounds
Weight in Working Order (Engine and Tender): 214,233 pounds
Fuel: Coal

Notes:

1. UP 935 was built as UPRR 167 in 1875; to UPRy 167 in 1880; to UPRy 816 in 1885; rebuilt in 1892; to UP 816 in 1898; to UP 935 in 1915; vacated in 1933
   

UP 4-4-0 -- 1 locomotive

1915 UP
Number
First
Number
Second
Number
Third
Number
Date To
900 Series
Builder Builder
Number
Date
Built
Date
Vacated
Notes
(UP 936) UPRR 169 UPRy 818 UP 818   Taunton 667 Dec 1875 Jan 1916 1

Description:

Cabside Class: E-69
Drive Wheel Diameter: 69 inches
Cylinders:18x24 inches
Maximum Tractive Effort: 15,326 pounds
Weight on Drivers: 58,400 pounds
Weight in Working Order (Engine Only): 94,100 pounds
Weight in Working Order (Engine and Tender): 201,333 pounds
Fuel: Coal

Notes:

1. (UP 936) was built as UPRR 169 in 1875; to UPRy 169 in 1880; to UPRy 818 in 1885; rebuilt in 1886; to UP 818 in 1898; possibly vacated in 1916 prior to being renumbered to UP 936
   

UP 4-4-0 -- 1 locomotive

1915 UP
Number
First
Number
Second
Number
Third
Number
Date To
900 Series
Builder Builder
Number
Date
Built
Date
Vacated
Notes
UP 937 UPRR 170 UPRy 819 UP 819 27 Jan 1916 Taunton 668 Dec 1875 Oct 1925 1

Description:

Cabside Class: E-69
Drive Wheel Diameter: 69 inches
Cylinders: 18x26 inches
Maximum Tractive Effort: 16,604 pounds
Weight on Drivers: 63,300 pounds
Weight in Working Order (Engine Only): 107,000 pounds
Weight in Working Order (Engine and Tender): 214,233 pounds
Fuel: Coal

Notes:

1. UP 937 was built as UPRR 170 in 1875; to UPRy 170 in 1880; to UPRy 819 in 1885; rebuilt in 1893; to UP 819 in 1898; to UP 937 in 1915; vacated in 1925
   

UP 4-4-0 -- 1 locomotive

1915 UP
Number
First
Number
Second
Number
Third
Number
Fourth
Number
Fifth
Number
Date To
900 Series
Builder Builder
Number
Date
Built
Date
Vacated
Notes
UP 938 UPED 2 KP 2 UPRy 820 UP 820   7 Feb 1916 Norris     Oct 1923 1
UP 939 UPRR 70 UPRy 70 UPRy 339 UPRy 824 UP 824 22 Mar 1915 Rogers 1510 Mar 1868 Apr 1923 2
UP 940 UPRR 53 (2nd) UPRy 53 UPRy 302 UPRy 826 UP 826 24 Mar 1915 Rogers 344 Sep 1852 Dec 1935 3

Description:

Cabside Class: E-69
Drive Wheel Diameter: 69 inches
Cylinders: 18x24 inches
Maximum Tractive Effort: 15,326 pounds
Weight on Drivers: 58,400 pounds
Weight in Working Order (Engine Only): 94,100 pounds
Weight in Working Order (Engine and Tender): 201,333 pounds
Fuel: Coal

General Notes:

a. Research by locomotive historian Richard Prince suggests that UP 940 was built as Illinois Central number 3 in 1852 and sold to UP as UPRR 53 (2nd) in 1867; builder information shown above reflects that information.

Notes:

1. UP 938 was purchased second hand by UPED in 1864, named "Delaware", numbered as UPED 2; to KP 2 in 1869; to UPRy 820 in 1885; rebuilt in April 1886; to UP 820 in 1898; to UP 938 in 1915; vacated in 1923 (previous ownership prior to UPED is unclear; previous research by others suggests that UPED 2 was built in 1855 as Lehigh Valley number 5 "Delaware")
2. UP 939 was built as UPRR 70 in 1868; to UPRy 70 in 1880; to UPRy 339 in 1885; rebuilt to UPRy 824 in 1886; to UP 824 in 1898; to UP 939 in 1915; vacated in 1923
3. UP 940 was purchased secondhand as UPRR 53 (2nd) in 1867 from contractor Casement, build date unknown; to UPRR 53 (2nd) in 1867, replacing wrecked UPRR 53 (1st); to UPRy 53 in 1880; to UPRy 302 in 1885; rebuilt to UPRy 826 in 1886; to UP 826 in 1898; to shop goat 03196; to UP 940 in 1915; vacated in 1935
   

UP 4-4-0 -- 1 locomotive

1915 UP
Number
First
Number
Second
Number
Third
Number
Fourth
Number
Date To
900 Series
Builder Builder
Number
Date
Built
Date
Vacated
Notes
UP 941 KP 61 UPRy 402 UPRy 827 UP 827 11 Sep 1915 Baldwin 2192 Jul 1870 Nov 1926 1
UP 942 KP 89 UPRy 429 UPRy 828 UP 828 9 Feb 1916 McKay & Aldus   Bef 1868 Dec 1933 2
UP 943 KP 62 UPRy 405 UPRy 829 (2nd) UP 829 6 Feb 1915 Baldwin 2193 Jul 1870 Dec 1926 3
UP 944 UPRy 763 UPRy 835 UP 835   31 May 1915 Rogers 3832 Oct 1887 Oct 1923 4
UP 945 UPRy 770 UPRy 837 UP 837   10 Aug 1915 Rogers 3854 Dec 1887 Dec 1933 5

Description:

Cabside Class: E-69
Drive Wheel Diameter: 69 inches
Cylinders: 18x26 inches
Maximum Tractive Effort: 16,604 pounds
Weight on Drivers: 63,300 pounds
Weight in Working Order (Engine Only): 107,000 pounds
Weight in Working Order (Engine and Tender): 214,233 pounds
Fuel: Coal

General Notes:

a. UP 941 (as UPRy 827) was possibly rebuilt from a locomotive other than UPRy 402; research by George Pitchard shows that UPRy 402 became Idaho Central 1 in 1887, then OSL&UN 402 in 1889, then to OSL 100 in 1897, citing a U. P. Boston General Office general journal entry in August of 1887, which notes that U.P. engine No. 402 (and some other rolling stock) was sold in that month to the new Idaho Central Railway.
b. UP 944 and 945 were built in 1887 with Wooten firebox and camelback cab; rebuilt to standard firebox and cab in 1891-1892
  Road
Number
Date
Rebuilt
  UP 944 May 1891
  UP 945 Jul 1892

Notes:

1. UP 941 was built as KP 61 in 1870; to UPRy 402 in 1885; rebuilt to UPRy 827 in 1887; to UP 827 in 1898; to UP 941 in 1915; vacated in 1926
2. UP 942 was built in 1868; likely used by UPED construction contractor from 1868; to KP 89 in 1871; to UPRy 429 in 1885; rebuilt to UPRy 828 in 1888; to UP 828 in 1898; to UP 942 in 1916; vacated in 1933
3. UP 943 was built as KP 62 in 1870; to UPRy 405 in 1885; rebuilt to UPRy 829 (2nd) in 1893; to UP 829 in 1898; to UP 943 in 1915; to shop goat 03197; vacated in 1926
4. UP 944 was built as UPRy 763 in 1887; rebuilt to UPRy 835 in 1892; to UP 835 in 1898; to UP 944 in 1915; vacated in 1923
5. UP 945 was built as UPRy 770 in 1887; rebuilt to UPRy 837 in 1892; to UP 837 in 1898; to UP 945 in 1915; vacated in 1933
   

UP 4-4-0 -- 2 locomotives

1915 UP
Number
First
Number
Second
Number
Date To
900 Series
Builder Date
Built
Date
Vacated
Notes
UP 946 UPRy 850 UP 850 18 Nov 1915     Apr 1923 1
UP 947 UPRy 851 UP 851 17 Apr 1916     May 1936 2

General Notes:

a. Individual locomotive specifications:
  Road
Number
As Built
Specs.
Later
Specs.
Date
Rebuilt
  UP 946   69-18x26 Sep 1892
  UP 947   69-18x26 Jul 1891

Notes:

1. UP 946 was ex UP 850, rebuilt by UP in September 1892 (original number unknown), numbered as UPRy 850; to UP 850 in 1898; to UP 946 in 1915; vacated in 1923
2. UP 947 was ex UP 851, rebuilt by UP in July 1891 (original number unknown), numbered as UPRy 851; to UP 851 in 1898; to UP 947 in 1916; vacated in 1936; donated to Idaho State College at Pocatello, Idaho; donated for scrap in World War II in 1943
   

OSL 4-4-0 -- 1 locomotive

1915 OSL
Number
First
Number
Second
Number
Third
Number
Fourth
Number
Fifth
Number
Builder Builder
Number
Date
Built
Date
Vacated
Notes
OSL 1000 UPRR 58 UPRy 58 OSLRy 23 OSL&UN 594 OSL 214 Grant 551 Mar 1868 1916 1

Description:

Drive Wheel Diameter: 61 inches
Cylinders: 16x24 inches

Notes:

1. OSL 1000 was built as UPRR 58 in 1868; to UPRy 58 in 1880; to OSLRy 23 in 1882; to OSLRy 594 in 1885; to OSL&UN 594 in 1889; to OSL 214 in 1897; to OSL 1000 in 1915; vacated in 1916
   

OSL 4-4-0 -- 1 locomotive

1915 OSL
Number
First
Number
Second
Number
Third
Number
Builder Builder
Number
Date
Built
Notes
OSL 1001 (unknown) PVRR 101 OSL 215 Grant   1867 1

Description:

Drive Wheel Diameter: 61 inches (later 63 inches)
Cylinders: 16x24 inches (later 17x24 inches)

General Notes:

a. Payette Valley Railroad was completed in 1906 and leased to OSL in 1914.

Notes:

1. OSL 215 was in 1867 (owner unknown); sold to Payette Valley Railroad 101 in 1906; to OSL 215 in 1914; to OSL 1001 in 1915; vacated in 1916
   

OSL 4-4-0 -- 1 locomotive

1915 OSL
Number
First
Number
Second
Number
Third
Number
Builder Builder
Number
Date
Built
Date
Vacated
Notes
OSL 1002 U&NRy 729 OSL&UN 729 OSL 303 Baldwin 8382 Feb 1887 Feb 1917 1

Description:

Drive Wheel Diameter: 62 inches
Cylinders: 18x26 inches

Notes:

1. OSL 1002 was built as U&NRy 729 in 1887; to OSL&UN 729 in 1889; to OSL 303 in 1897; to OSL 1002 in 1915; vacated in 1917
   

OSL 4-4-0 -- 1 locomotive

1915 OSL
Number
First
Number
Second
Number
Third
Number
Fourth
Number
Fifth
Number
Builder Builder
Number
Date
Built
Date
Vacated
Notes
OSL 1003 U&NRy 730 OSL&UN 730 OSL 304 INRy 201 OSL 304 Baldwin 8383 Feb 1887 5 Dec 1922 1

Description:

Cabside Class: E-63
Drive Wheel Diameter: 63 inches
Cylinders: 18x26 inches
Maximum Tractive Effort: 18,185 pounds
Weight on Drivers: 59,500 pounds
Weight in Working Order (Engine Only): 101,200 pounds
Weight in Working Order (Engine and Tender): 179,700 pounds
Fuel: Coal

Notes:

1. OSL 1003 was built as U&NRy 730 in 1887; to OSL&UN 730 in 1889; to OSL 304 in 1897; to Boise, Nampa & Owyhee Railroad in November 1901; to Idaho Northern Railway 201 in 1907 (INRy sold to OSL in December 1912); INRy 201 back to OSL 304 in January 1913; to OSL 1003 in 1915; vacated in 1922 (Read more about BN&O and INRy)
   

OSL 4-4-0 -- 4 locomotives

1915 OSL
Number
First
Number
Second
Number
Third
Number
Builder Builder
Number
Date
Built
Date
Vacated
Notes
OSL 1004 U&NRy 751 OSL&UN 751 OSL 315 Grant 1703 May 1887 Jan 1923 1
OSL 1005 U&NRy 753 OSL&UN 753 OSL 317 Grant 1705 May 1887 Feb 1921 2
OSL 1006 U&NRy 755 OSL&UN 755 OSL 319 Grant 1707 May 1887 Jan 1923 3
OSL 1007 U&NRy 759 OSL&UN 759 OSL 323 Grant 1711 Jun 1887 Feb 1921 4

Description:

Cabside Class: E-62
Drive Wheel Diameter: 62 inches
Cylinders: 18x26 inches
Weight on Drivers: 66,950 pounds
Weight in Working Order (Engine Only): 105,700 pounds
Weight in Working Order (Engine and Tender): 184,200 pounds
Maximum Tractive Effort: 17,323 pounds
Fuel: Coal

General Notes:

a. Built as U&N Ry 751-760 in 1887; renumbered to OSL&UN 751-760 in 1889; renumbered to OSL 315-324 in 1897; to OSL 1004-1007 in 1915; vacated in 1921-1923
b. One source shows OSL 1004-1007 as having 69 inch drivers; the OSL diagram book with revisions for February 21,1921 through April 1, 1931 shows these same locomotive with 62 inch drivers

Notes:

1. OSL 1004 was built as U&NRy 751 in 1887; to OSL&UN 751 in 1889; to OSL 315 in 1897; to OSL 1004 in 1915; vacated in 1923
2. OSL 1005 was built as U&NRy 753 in 1887; to OSL&UN 753 in 1889; to OSL 317 (2nd) in 1897; to OSL 1005 in 1915; vacated in 1921; scrapped on September 30, 1921
3. OSL 1006 was built as U&NRy 755 in 1887; to OSL&UN 755 in 1889; to OSL 319 in 1897; to OSL 1006 in 1915; vacated in 1923
4. OSL 1007 was built as U&NRy 759 in 1887; to OSL&UN 759 in 1889; to OSL 323 in 1897; to OSL 1007 in 1915; vacated in 1921; scrapped on September 30, 1921
   

OSL 4-4-0 -- 1 locomotive

1915 OSL
Number
First
Number
Second
Number
Builder Builder
Number
Date
Built
Date
Vacated
Notes
OSL 1008 INRy 200 OSL 325 Baldwin 33302 Mar 1909 Jan 1923 1

Description:

Cabside Class: E-62
Drive Wheel Diameter: 62 inches
Cylinders: 18x24 inches
Maximum Tractive Effort: 17,057 pounds
Weight on Drivers: 73,000 pounds
Weight in Working Order (Engine Only): 116,000 pounds
Weight in Working Order (Engine and Tender): 194,967 pounds
Fuel: Coal

Notes:

1. OSL 1008 was built as Idaho Northern Railway 200 in 1909; to OSL 325 in 1913; to OSL 1008 in 1915; vacated in 1923 (Read more about Idaho Northen Ry.)
   

OSL 4-4-0 -- 4 locomotives

1915 OSL
Number
First
Number
Second
Number
Third
Number
Fourth
Number
Builder Builder
Number
Date
Built
Date
Vacated
Notes
OSL 1009 U&NRy 760 OSL&UN 760 OSL 324 OSL 400 Grant 1712 May 1887 5 Feb 1922 1
OSL 1010 U&NRy 726 OSL&UN 726 OSL 300 OSL 401 Baldwin 8372 Feb 1887 Feb 1921 2
OSL 1011 U&NRy 733 OSL&UN 733 OSL 307 OSL 402 Baldwin 8387 Feb 1887 5 Feb 1922 3
OSL 1012 U&NRy 732 OSL&UN 732 OSL 306 OSL 403 Baldwin 8386 Feb 1887 5 Feb 1922 4

Description:

Cabside Class: E-69
Drive Wheel Diameter: 69 inches (rebuilt from 62 inches in 1899)
Cylinders: 18x26 inches
Weight on Drivers: 66,950 pounds
Weight in Working Order (Engine Only): 105,700 pounds
Weight in Working Order (Engine and Tender): 212,933 pounds
Maximum Tractive Effort: 15,566 pounds
Fuel: Coal

General Notes:

a. Individual locomotive specifications:
  1897 OSL
Number
As Built
Specs.
Later
Specs.
Date
Rebuilt
  OSL 1009 62-18x26 69-18x26 Mar 1901
  OSL 1010 62-18x26 69-18x26 1899
  OSL 1011 62-18x26 69-18x26 Aug 1899
  OSL 1012 62-18x26 69-18x26 Jul 1899

Notes:

1. OSL 1009 was built as U&NRy 760 in 1887; to OSL&UN 760 in 1889; to OSL 324 in 1897; rebuilt to OSL 400 in 1899; to OSL 1009 in 1915; vacated in 1922
1. OSL 1010 was built as U&NRy 726 in 1887; to OSL&UN 726 in 1889; to OSL 300 in 1897; rebuilt to OSL 401 in 1899; to OSL 1010 in 1915; vacated in 1921
2. OSL 1011 was built as U&NRy 733 in 1887; to OSL&UN 733 in 1889; to OSL 307 in 1897; rebuilt to OSL 402 in 1899; to OSL 1011 in 1915; vacated in 1922
3. OSL 1012 was built as U&NRy 732 in 1887; to OSL&UN 732 in 1889; to OSL 306 in 1897; rebuilt to OSL 403 in 1899; to OSL 1012 in 1915; vacated in 1921
   

OSL 4-4-0 -- 1 locomotive

1915 OSL
Number
Previous
Number
Builder Builder
Number
Date
Built
Date
Vacated
Notes
OSL 1013 OSL 405 Grant 1698 May 1887 Jan 1923 1

Description:

Cabside Class: E-69
Drive Wheel Diameter: 69 inches (rebuilt from 54 inches in December 1892)
Cylinders: 18x26 inches (rebuilt from 16x24 inches in December 1892)
Maximum Tractive Effort: 15,566 pounds
Weight on Drivers: 66,950 pounds
Weight in Working Order (Engine Only): 105,700 pounds
Weight in Working Order (Engine and Tender): 212,933 pounds
Fuel: Coal

General Notes:

a. Individual locomotive history:
  1915
Number
First
Number
Second
Number
Third
Number
Fourth
Number
Fifth
Number
Sixth
Number
  OSL 1013 UPRR 123 USRRE 123 UCRy 16 OSL&UN 369 OSL&UN 843 OSL 405

Notes:

1. OSL 1013 was built as UP 123 in 1868; to Utah Southern Railroad Extension 123 in 1879; to Utah Central Railway 16 in 1881; to OSL&UN 369 in 1889; rebuilt to OSL&UN 843 in December 1892; to OSL 405 in 1899; to OSL 1013 in 1915; retired in January 1923; possibly leased or sold to Willamina & Grande Ronde Railway
   

OSL 4-4-0 -- 1 locomotive

1915 OSL
Number
First
Number
Second
Number
Third
Number
Fourth
Number
Builder Builder
Number
Date
Built
Date
Vacated
OSL 1014 U&NRy 752 OSL&UN 752 OSL 316 (2nd) OSL 450 Grant 1704 Mar 1887 Jan 1923

Description:

Cabside Class: E-69
Drive Wheel Diameter: 69 inches (rebuilt from 62 inches in November 1901)
Cylinders: 18-5/8x26 inches (rebuilt from 18x26 inches in November 1901)
Maximum Tractive Effort: 20,560 pounds
Weight on Drivers: 77,950 pounds
Weight in Working Order (Engine Only): 122,700 pounds
Weight in Working Order (Engine and Tender): 229,933 pounds
Fuel: Coal

General Notes:

a. Rebuilt by UP at Omaha in November 1901.

Notes:

1. OSL 1014 was built as U&NRy 752 in 1887; to OSL&UN 752 in 1889; to OSL 316 (2nd) in 1897; rebuilt to OSL 450 in 1901; to OSL 1014 in 1915; vacated in 1923
   

LA&SL 4-4-0 -- 1 locomotive (ex Los Angeles Terminal Railway)

1921 LA&SL
Number
First
Number
Second
Number
Third
Number
Date To
1050 Series
Builder Builder
Number
Date
Built
Date
Vacated
LA&SL 1050 LAT 8 SPLA&SL 8 LA&SL 8 1921 Schenectady 6065 Apr 1901 Oct 1925

Description:

Drive Wheel Diameter: 70 inches (rebuilt from 69 inches)
Cylinders: 19x24 (rebuilt from 18x26 inches)

General Notes:

a. LA&SL 1050 was built as Los Angeles Terminal Railway number 8 in 1901; changed to SPLA&SL number 8 before entering service in October 1901; to LA&SL 1050 in 1921; vacated in 1925
b. Date built is in question; date shown (April 1901) is from Bob Lehmuth's Schenectady list; roster in Signor's book shows both April 1901 and October 1901; LA&SL locomotive diagram book shows May 1901
   

LA&SL 4-4-0 -- 1 locomotive (ex Oregon Short Line Railroad)

1921 LA&SL
Number
First
Number
Second
Number
Third
Number
Fourth
Number
Fifth
Number
Date To
1050 Series
Builder Builder
Number
Date
Built
Date
Vacated
LA&SL 1051 U&N 728 OSL&UN 728 OSL 302 SPLA&SL 28 LA&SL 28 1921 Baldwin 8381 Feb 1887 1925

Description:

Drive Wheel Diameter: 63 inches
Cylinders: 18x26
Maximum Tractive Effort: 17,320 pounds
Weight on Drivers: 67,000 pounds
Weight in Working Order (Engine Only): 105,700 pounds
Weight in Working Order (Engine and Tender):
Fuel:

General Notes:

a. LA&SL 1051 was built as U&N 728 in 1887; to OSL&UN 728 in 1889; rebuilt to OSL 302 in 1897, with 69-inch drivers; to SPLA&SL 28 in 1903; to LA&SL 28 in 1916; to LA&SL 1051 in 1921; vacated in 1925
   

LA&SL 4-4-0 -- 4 locomotives (ex Oregon Short Line Railroad)

1921 LA&SL
Number
First
Number
Second
Number
Third
Number
Fourth
Number
Fifth
Number
Date To
1050 Series
Builder Builder
Number
Date
Built
Date
Vacated
Notes
LA&SL 1052 U&N 754 OSL&UN 754 OSL 318 (2nd) SPLA&SL 32 LA&SL 32 1921 Grant 1706 May 1887 1925 1
LA&SL 1053 U&N 756 OSL&UN 756 OSL 320 SPLA&SL 33 LA&SL 33 1921 Grant 1708 May 1887 1922 2
LA&SL 1054 U&N 731 OSL&UN 731 OSL 305 SPLA&SL 34 LA&SL 34 1921 Baldwin 8385 Feb 1887 1922 3
LA&SL 1055 U&N 734 OSL&UN 734 OSL 308 SPLA&SL 35 LA&SL 35 1921 Baldwin 8388 Feb 1887 1922 4

Description:

Drive Wheel Diameter: 62 inches (later 63 inches)
Cylinders: 18x26 inches (later 18x24 inches)
Maximum Tractive Effort: 16,747 pounds (later 16,484 pounds)
Weight on Drivers: 66,950 pounds (later 70,850 pounds)
Weight in Working Order (Engine Only): 105,700 pounds (later 109,200 pounds)
Weight in Working Order (Engine and Tender):
Fuel: Coal

General Notes:

a. LA&SL 1052-1055 (as part of SPLA&SL 28-35 group) were purchased from Oregon Short Line Railroad in July 1903 as part of the settlement that included the purchase of the Salt Lake City-Milford-Caliente branch of the OSL
b. Some sources show that these eight locomotives never operated south of Lund, Utah; a review of operating union agreements suggests that they likely were not allowed south of Caliente, Nevada

Notes:

1. LA&SL 1052 was built as U&N 754 in 1887; to OSL&UN 754 in 1889; rebuilt to to OSL 318 (2nd) in 1897; to SPLA&SL 32 in 1903; to LA&SL 32 in 1916; to LA&SL 1052 in 1916; vacated in 1925
2. LA&SL 1053 was built as U&N 756 in 1887; to OSL&UN 756 in 1889; rebuilt to OSL 320 in 1897, with 69 inch drivers; to SPLA&SL 33 in 1903; to LA&SL 33 in 1916; to LA&SL 1053 in 1916; vacated in 1922
3. LA&SL 1054 was built as U&N 731 in 1887; to OSL&UN 731 in 1889; rebuilt to OSL 305 in 1897, with 69 inch drivers; to SPLA&SL 34 in 1903; to LA&SL 34 in 1916; to LA&SL 1054 in 1916; vacated in 1922
4. LA&SL 1055 was built as U&N 734 in 1887; to OSL&UN 734 in 1889; rebuilt to OSL 308 in 1897, with 69 inch drivers; to SPLA&SL 35 in 1903; to LA&SL 35 in 1916; to LA&SL 1055 in 1916; vacated in 1922
   

LA&SL 4-4-0 -- 2 locomotives (ex Los Angeles Terminal Railway)

1921 LA&SL
Number
Previous
Number
Date To
1050 Series
Builder Builder
Number
Date
Built
Date
Vacated
Notes
LA&SL 1056 LA&SL 36 1921 Baldwin 11866 May 1891 1922 1
LA&SL 1057 LA&SL 37 1921 Baldwin 12141 Jul 1891 1922 2

Description:

Drive Wheel Diameter: 64 inches (later 65 inches) (rebuilt from 56 inches)
Cylinders: 18x24 inches
Maximum Tractive Effort: 14,458 pounds
Weight on Drivers: 58,000 pounds
Weight in Working Order (Engine Only): 92,000 pounds
Weight in Working Order (Engine and Tender):
Fuel: Oil

General Notes:

a. Individual locomotive histories:
  1921 LA&SL
Number
First
Number
Second
Number
Third
Number
Fourth
Number
Fifth
Number
  LA&SL 1056 LAT 4 SPLA&SL 4 SPLA&SL 25 (1st) SPLA&SL 36 (2nd) LA&SL 36
  LA&SL 1057 LAT 6 SPLA&SL 6 SPLA&SL 26 (1st) SPLA&SL 37 (2nd) LA&SL 37

Notes:

1. LA&SL 1056 was built as Los Angeles Terminal Railway 4 in 1891; to SPLA&SL 4 in 1901; to SPLA&SL 25 (1st) in 1904; to SPLA&SL 36 (2nd) in 1907; to LA&SL 36 in 1916; to LA&SL 1056 in 1921; wrecked in 1920, vacated in January 1922
2. LA&SL 1057 was built as Los Angeles Terminal Railway 6 in 1891; to SPLA&SL 6 in 1901; to SPLA&SL 26 (1st) in 1904; to SPLA&SL 37 (2nd) in 1907; to LA&SL 37 in 1916; to LA&SL 1057 in 1921; vacated in January 1922
   

LA&SL 4-4-0 -- 4 locomotives (ex Union Pacific Railroad)

1921 LA&SL
Number
First
Number
Second
Number
Third
Number
Date To
1050 Series
Builder Date
Rebuilt
Date
Vacated
Notes
LA&SL 1058 UP 888 SPLA&SL 888 LA&SL 888 1921 U.P. Shops Sep 1892 Jan 1922 1
LA&SL 1059 UP 889 SPLA&SL 889 LA&SL 889 1921 U.P. Shops Dec 1895 Jan 1922 2
LA&SL 1060 UP 890 SPLA&SL 890 LA&SL 890 1921 U.P. Shops Feb 1897 Jan 1922 3
LA&SL 1061 UP 891 SPLA&SL 891 LA&SL 891 1921 U.P. Shops May 1898 Jan 1922 4

Description:

Drive Wheel Diameter: 69 inches (later 70 inches)
Cylinders: 19x24 inches
Maximum Tractive Effort: 19,211 pounds (later 18,937 pounds)
Weight on Drivers: 81,025 pounds
Weight in Working Order (Engine Only): 119,600 pounds
Weight in Working Order (Engine and Tender):
Fuel:

General Notes:

a. Purchased from Union Pacific on 31 December 31, 1913.
b. All four locomotives were rebuilt by UP from retired locomotives.
c. Rebuilt later by SPLA&SL or LA&SL with 70-inch drivers and 18,937 pounds tractive effort.

Notes:

1. LA&SL 1058 was built as UPRR 72 in 1868; to UPRy 72 in 1880; to UPRy 341 in 1885; rebuilt to UPRy 888 in 1892; to UP 888 in 1898; sold to SPLA&SL 888 in 1913; renumbered to LA&SL 888 in 1916; renumbered to LA&SL 1058 in 1921; vacated in 1922
2. LA&SL 1059 was built as UPRR 27 in 1867; to UPRy 27 in 1880; to UPRy 582 in 1885; rebuilt to UPRy 889 in 1895; to UP 889 in 1898; sold to SPLA&SL 889 in 1913; renumbered to LA&SL 889 in 1916; renumbered to LA&SL 1059 in 1921; vacated in 1922
3. LA&SL 1060 was rebuilt by UPRy in 1897 (original number unknown), numbered as UPRy 890; to UP 890 in 1898; sold to SPLA&SL 890 in 1913; renumbered to LA&SL 890 in 1916; renumbered to LA&SL 1060 in 1921; vacated in 1922
4. LA&SL 1061 was rebuilt by UPRy in 1898 (original number unknown), numbered as UPRy 891; to UP 891 in 1898; sold to SPLA&SL 891 in 1913; renumbered to LA&SL 891 in 1916; renumbered to LA&SL 1061 in 1921; vacated in 1922
   

OWRR&N 4-4-0 -- 2 locomotives

1915 OWRR&N
Number
First
Number
Second
Number
Third
Number
Fourth
Number
Fifth
Number
Builder Builder
Number
Date
Built
Date
Vacated
Notes
(OWRR&N 1101) ORy&N 59 ORy&N 541 ORy&N 65 ORR&N 65 OWRR&N 65 Manchester 1093 Jan 1883 1917 1
OWRR&N 1102 ORy&N 60 ORy&N 542 ORy&N 66 ORR&N 66 OWRR&N 66 Manchester 1094 Feb 1883 Sep 1921 2
  ORy&N 61 ORy&N 543 ORy&N 67 ORR&N 67   Manchester 1095 Feb 1883 1910 3
OWRR&N 1103 ORy&N 62 ORy&N 544 ORy&N 68 ORR&N 68 OWRR&N 68 Manchester 1096 Feb 1883 Sep 1921 4
(OWRR&N 1104) ORy&N 63 ORy&N 545 ORy&N 69 ORR&N 69 OWRR&N 69 Manchester 1097 Feb 1883 1919 5
(OWRR&N 1105) ORy&N 64 ORy&N 546 ORy&N 70 ORR&N 70 OWRR&N 70 Manchester 1098 Feb 1883 1919 6

General Notes:

a. Individual locomotive specifications:
  1915 OWRR&N
Number
As Built
Specs.
Later
Specs.
Date
Rebuilt
  (OWRR&N 1101) 57-17x24 64-17x24  
  OWRR&N 1102 57-17x24 64-17x24  
    57-17x24 64-17x24  
  OWRR&N 1103 57-17x24 64-17x24  
  (OWRR&N 1104) 57-17x24 62-17x24  
  (OWRR&N 1105) 57-17x24 63-17x24  

Notes:

1. (OWRR&N 1101) was built as ORy&N 59 in 1883; to ORy&N 541 in 1890; to ORy&N 65 in 1894; to ORR&N 65 in 1896; to OWRR&N 65 in 1911; vacated in 1917; sold for scrap to H. B. Davis in 1917
2. OWRR&N 1102 was built as ORy&N 60 in 1883; to ORy&N 542 in 1890; to ORy&N 66 in 1894; to ORR&N 66 in 1896; to OWRR&N 66 in 1911; to OWRR&N 1102 in 1915; vacated in 1921
3. Built as ORy&N 61 in 1883; to ORy&N 543 in 1890; to ORy&N 67 in 1894; to ORR&N 67 in 1896; destroyed by boiler explosion in 1910
4. OWRR&N 1103 was built as ORy&N 62 in 1883; to ORy&N 544 in 1890; to ORy&N 68 in 1894; to ORR&N 68 in 1896; to OWRR&N 68 in 1911; to OWRR&N 1103 in 1915; vacated in 1921
5. (OWRR&N 1104) was built as ORy&N 63 in 1883; to ORy&N 545 in 1890; to ORy&N 69 in 1894; to ORR&N 69 in 1896; to OWRR&N 69 in 1911; vacated in 1919; scrapped in 1922
6. (OWRR&N 1105) was built as ORy&N 64 in 1883; to ORy&N 546 in 1890; to ORy&N 70 in 1894; to ORR&N 70 in 1896; to OWRR&N 70 in 1911; vacated in 1919
   

OWRR&N 4-4-0 -- 3 locomotives

1915 OWRR&N
Number
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Number
Second
Number
Third
Number
Fourth
Number
Fifth
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Builder Builder
Number
Date
Built
Date
Vacated
Notes
OWRR&N 1106 ORy&N 79 ORy&N 547 ORy&N 71 ORR&N 71 OWRR&N 71 Baldwin 6827 Jun 1883 Jul 1925 1
OWRR&N 1107 ORy&N 80 ORy&N 548 ORy&N 72 ORR&N 72 OWRR&N 72 Baldwin 6831 Jun 1883 1917 2
OWRR&N 1108 ORy&N 81 ORy&N 549 ORy&N 73 ORR&N 73 OWRR&N 73 Baldwin 6829 Jun 1883 Sep 1921 3

Description:

Drive Wheel Diameter: 63 inches
Cylinders: 17x24 inches

Notes:

1. OWRR&N 1106 was built as ORy&N 79 in 1883; to ORy&N 547 in 1890; to ORy&N 71 in 1894; to ORR&N 71 in 1896; to OWRR&N 71 in 1911; to OWRR&N 1106 in 1915; vacated in 1925; sold to Union of Oregon Railway (Union, Oregon) 1106; scrapped in 1940
2. OWRR&N 1107 was built as ORy&N 80 in 1883; to ORy&N 548 in 1890; to ORy&N 72 in 1894; to ORR&N 72 in 1896; to OWRR&N 72 in 1911; to OWRR&N 1107 in 1915; vacated in 1917; scrapped in 1922
3. OWRR&N 1108 was built as ORy&N 81 in 1883; to ORy&N 549 in 1890; to ORy&N 73 in 1894; to ORR&N 73 in 1896; to OWRR&N 73 in 1911; to OWRR&N 1108 in 1915; vacated in 1921
   

OWRR&N 4-4-0 -- 2 locomotives

1915 OWRR&N
Number
First
Number
Second
Number
Third
Number
Fourth
Number
Fifth
Number
Builder Builder
Number
Date
Built
Date
Vacated
Notes
  ORy&N 43 ORy&N 528 ORy&N 57 ORR&N 57 OWRR&N 57 Manchester used 1881 1916 1
OWRR&N 1109 ORy&N 44 ORy&N 529 ORy&N 58 ORR&N 58 OWRR&N 58 Manchester used 1881 1917 2

Description:

Drive Wheel Diameter: 57 inches
Cylinders: 17x24 inches

Notes:

1. Built in 1881 (owner unknown); to ORy&N 43 in 1883; to ORy&N 528 in 1890; to ORy&N 57 in 1894; to ORR&N 57 in 1896; to OWRR&N 57 in 1911; vacated in 1916; sold for scrap
2. OWRR&N 1109 was built in 1881 (owner unknown); to ORy&N 44 in 1883; to ORy&N 529 in 1890; to ORy&N 58 in 1894; to ORR&N 58 in 1896; to OWRR&N 58 in 1911; to OWRR&N 1109 in 1915; vacated in 1917; sold for scrap; later to Mount Hood Railway 1 (Robertson, Volume III, page 92, says Mt. Hood number 1 was Manchester 1088, built in November 1882 as ORy&N 58)
   

OWRR&N 4-4-0 -- 1 locomotive

1915 OWRR&N
Number
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Number
Second
Number
Third
Number
Fourth
Number
Fifth
Number
Builder Builder
Number
Date
Built
Date
Vacated
Notes
OWRR&N 1111 ORy&N 66 ORy&N 531 ORy&N 60 ORR&N 60 OWRR&N 60 Manchester 1100 Apr 1883 Sep 1921 1

Description:

Drive Wheel Diameter: 57 inches
Cylinders: 17x24 inches

Notes:

1. OWRR&N 1111 was built as ORy&N 66 in 1883; to ORy&N 531 in 1890; to ORy&N 60 in 1894; to ORR&N 60 in 1896; to OWRR&N 60 in 1911; to OWRR&N 1111 in 1915; vacated in 1921
   

OWRR&N 4-4-0 -- 8 locomotives

1915 OWRR&N
Number
First
Number
Second
Number
Third
Number
Fourth
Number
Builder Builder
Number
Date
Built
Date
Vacated
Notes
OWRR&N 1114 ORy&N 603 ORy&N 80 ORR&N 80 OWRR&N 80 Rhode Island 2444 Sep 1890 Nov 1926 1
OWRR&N 1115 ORy&N 604 ORy&N 81 ORR&N 81 OWRR&N 81 Rhode Island 2445 Sep 1890 Aug 1929 2
OWRR&N 1116 ORy&N 605 ORy&N 82 ORR&N 82 OWRR&N 82 Rhode Island 2446 Oct 1890 Aug 1929 3
OWRR&N 1117 ORy&N 606 ORy&N 83 ORR&N 83 OWRR&N 83 Rhode Island 2447 Oct 1890 Nov 1926 4
OWRR&N 1118 ORy&N 607 ORy&N 84 ORR&N 84 OWRR&N 84 Rhode Island 2448 Oct 1890 Nov 1926 5
OWRR&N 1119 ORy&N 608 ORy&N 85 ORR&N 85 OWRR&N 85 Rhode Island 2449 Oct 1890 Oct 1925 6
OWRR&N 1120 ORy&N 609 ORy&N 86 ORR&N 86 OWRR&N 86 Rhode Island 2450 Oct 1890 Jul 1925 7
OWRR&N 1121 ORy&N 710 ORy&N 87 ORR&N 87 OWRR&N 87 Rhode Island 2451 Oct 1890 Oct 1925 8

Description:

Drive Wheel Diameter: 64 inches (later 62 inches)
Cylinders: 18x26 inches

Notes:

1. OWRR&N 1114 was built as UPRy 603 in 1890; diverted to ORy&N 603 in 1890; to ORy&N 80 in 1894; to ORR&N 80 in 1896; to OWRR&N 80 in 1911; to OWRR&N 1114 in 1915; retired in 1926
2. OWRR&N 1115 was built as UPRy 604 in 1890; diverted to ORy&N 603 in 1890; to ORy&N 81 in 1894; to ORR&N 81 in 1896; to OWRR&N 81 in 1911; to OWRR&N 1115 in 1915; retired in 1929
3. OWRR&N 1116 was built as UPRy 605 in 1890; diverted to ORy&N 604 in 1890; to ORy&N 82 in 1894; to ORR&N 82 in 1896; to OWRR&N 82 in 1911; to OWRR&N 1116 in 1915; retired in 1929
4. OWRR&N 1117 was built as UPRy 606 in 1890; diverted to ORy&N 605 in 1890; to ORy&N 83 in 1894; to ORR&N 83 in 1896; to OWRR&N 83 in 1911; to OWRR&N 1117 in 1915; retired in 1926
5. OWRR&N 1118 was built as UPRy 607 in 1890; diverted to ORy&N 606 in 1890; to ORy&N 84 in 1894; to ORR&N 84 in 1896; to OWRR&N 84 in 1911; to OWRR&N 1118 in 1915; retired in 1926
6. OWRR&N 1119 was built as UPRy 608 in 1890; diverted to ORy&N 607 in 1890; to ORy&N 85 in 1894; to ORR&N 85 in 1896; to OWRR&N 85 in 1911; to OWRR&N 1119 in 1915; retired in 1925
7. OWRR&N 1120 was built as UPRy 609 in 1890; diverted to ORy&N 608 in 1890; to ORy&N 86 in 1894; to ORR&N 86 in 1896; to OWRR&N 86 in 1911; to OWRR&N 1120 in 1915; retired in 1925
8. OWRR&N 1121 was built as UPRy 829 (1st) in 1890; diverted to ORy&N 710 in 1890; to ORy&N 87 in 1894; to ORR&N 87 in 1896; to Idaho Northern no. 1 in 1909; to OWRR&N 87 in 1911; to OWRR&N 1121 in 1915; retired in 1925 (Read more about Idaho Northern Ry.)
   

OWRR&N 4-4-0 -- 1 locomotive (ex North Coast Railroad)

1915 OWRR&N
Number
First
Number
Second
Number
Third
Number
Fourth
Number
Builder Builder
Number
Date
Built
Notes
OWRR&N 1122 UPRy 693 UP 693 (1st) NC 3 OWRR&N 78 New York 368 Jun 1888 1

Description:

Drive Wheel Diameter: 62 inches
Cylinders: 18x26 inches

General Notes:

1. North Coast Railroad was purchased by ORR&N in 1909 and became part of OWRR&N in December 1910 (Read more about North Coast RR)

Notes:

1. OWRR&N 1122 was built as UPRy 693 in 1888; to UP 693 (1st) in 1898; to North Coast Railroad 3 in 1910; to OWRR&N 78 in 1911; to UP 1122 in 1915
   

OWRR&N 4-4-0 -- 1 locomotive (ex North Coast Railroad)

1915 OWRR&N
Number
First
Number
Second
Number
Third
Number
Fourth
Number
Builder Builder
Number
Date
Built
Date
Vacated
Notes
OWRR&N 1123 UPRy 679 UP 679 NC 4 OWRR&N 79 Pittsburgh 1024 Jan 1889 Oct 1925 1

Description:

Drive Wheel Diameter: 63 inches (later 62 inches)
Cylinders: 18x26 inches

General Notes:

1. North Coast Railroad was purchased by ORR&N in 1909 and became part of OWRR&N in December 1910 (Read more about North Coast RR)

Notes:

1. OWRR&N 1123 was built as UPRy 679 in 1889; to UP 679 in 1898; to North Coast Railroad 4 in 1910; to OWRR&N 79 in 1911; to UP 1123 in 1915; vacated in 1925

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