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Union Pacific Steam Locomotives, 1915-1962

Part 11, OSL 3100 to OWRR&N 3227

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OSL 4-6-2 -- 4 locomotives

1915 OSL
Number
First
Number
Builder Builder
Number
Date
Built
Date
Vacated
OSL 3100 OSL 875 Baldwin 27317 Jan 1906 Mar 1947
OSL 3101 OSL 876 Baldwin 27318 Jan 1906 Dec 1933
OSL 3102 OSL 877 Baldwin 27338 Jan 1906 Dec 1933
OSL 3103 OSL 878 Baldwin 27345 Jan 1906 Dec 1933

Description:

CS Class: P-3
Cabside Class: P-77
Drive Wheel Diameter: 77 inches
Cylinders: 22x28 inches
Maximum Tractive Effort: 29,920 pounds
Weight on Drivers: 148,500 pounds
Weight in Working Order (Engine Only): 230,500 pounds
Weight in Working Order (Engine and Tender): (varied due to different tender styles)
Fuel: Coal

General Notes:

a. Classes P-1 through P-6 were classed as Light Pacific; classes P-7 through P-13 were classed as Heavy Pacific
b. OSL 3100-3103 were built as OSL 875-878 in 1906; renumbered to OSL 3100-3103 in 1915
c. OSL 3100-3103 (as OSL 875-878) were modified with outside bearing trailing trucks in 1911-1912; work completed at Ogden and Pocatello on the following dates:
  OSL
Number
Date
Modified
Location
  OSL 3100 Aug 1912 Ogden
  OSL 3101 Jan 1912 Ogden
  OSL 3102 Oct 1912 Ogden
  OSL 3103 Dec 1911 Pocatello
       

OSL 4-6-2 -- 10 locomotives

1915 OSL
Number
First
Number
Builder Builder
Number
Date
Built
Date
Vacated
OSL 3104 OSL 879 Baldwin 35823 Jan 1911 Mar 1947
OSL 3105 OSL 880 Baldwin 35834 Jan 1911 Mar 1947
OSL 3106 OSL 881 Baldwin 35835 Jan 1911 Sep 1934
OSL 3107 OSL 882 Baldwin 35836 Jan 1911 Sep 1934
OSL 3108 OSL 883 Baldwin 35837 Jan 1911 Sep 1946
OSL 3109 OSL 884 Baldwin 35838 Jan 1911 Apr 1947
OSL 3110 OSL 885 Baldwin 35839 Jan 1911 Mar 1947
OSL 3111 OSL 886 Baldwin 35840 Jan 1911 Mar 1947
OSL 3112 OSL 887 Baldwin 35841 Jan 1911 Dec 1933
OSL 3113 OSL 888 Baldwin 35842 Jan 1911 May 1947

Description:

CS Class: P-6
Cabside Class: P-77
Drive Wheel Diameter: 77 inches
Cylinders: 22x28 inches
Maximum Tractive Effort: 29,920 pounds
Weight on Drivers: 148,500 pounds
Weight in Working Order (Engine Only): 230,500 pounds
Weight in Working Order (Engine and Tender): (varied due to different tender styles)
Fuel: Coal

General Notes:

a. Classes P-1 through P-6 were classed as Light Pacific; classes P-7 through P-13 were classed as Heavy Pacific
   

OSL 4-6-2 -- 10 locomotives

1915 OSL
Number
First
Number
Builder Builder
Number
Date
Built
Date
Vacated
OSL 3114 OSL 900 Schenectady 51608 Jul 1912 Jul 1950
OSL 3115 OSL 901 Schenectady 51609 Jul 1912 Nov 1947
OSL 3116 OSL 902 Schenectady 51610 Jul 1912 Feb 1948
OSL 3117 OSL 903 Schenectady 51611 Jul 1912 Nov 1947
OSL 3118 OSL 904 Schenectady 51612 Jul 1912 Jan 1947
OSL 3119 OSL 905 Schenectady 51613 Jul 1912 Jul 1950
OSL 3120 OSL 906 Schenectady 51614 Aug 1912 Nov 1947
OSL 3121 OSL 907 Schenectady 51615 Aug 1912 Jul 1950
OSL 3122 OSL 908 Schenectady 51616 Aug 1912 May 1953
OSL 3123 OSL 909 Schenectady 51617 Aug 1912 Feb 1948

Description:

CS Class: P-8
Cabside Class: P-77
Drive Wheel Diameter: 77 inches
Cylinders: 25x28 inches
Maximum Tractive Effort: 42,500 pounds
Weight on Drivers: 166,100 pounds
Weight in Working Order (Engine Only): 280,800 pounds
Weight in Working Order (Engine and Tender): (varied due to different tender styles)
Fuel: Coal

General Notes:

a. Classes P-1 through P-6 were classed as Light Pacific; classes P-7 through P-13 were classed as Heavy Pacific
   

OSL 4-6-2 -- 5 locomotives

1915 OSL
Number
First
Number
Builder Builder
Number
Date
Built
Fuel Date
Vacated
Notes
OSL 3124 OSL 910 Brooks 53365 May 1913 Coal Oct 1928 1
OSL 3125 OSL 911 Brooks 53366 May 1913 Coal Dec 1947  
OSL 3126 OSL 912 Brooks 53367 May 1913 Coal Oct 1947  
OSL 3127 OSL 913 Brooks 53368 May 1913 Coal May 1947  
OSL 3128 OSL 914 Brooks 53369 May 1913 Oil Dec 1947  

Description:

CS Class: P-9
Cabside Class: P-77
Drive Wheel Diameter: 77 inches
Cylinders: 25x28 inches
Valve Gear: Walschaert
Maximum Tractive Effort: 42,500 pounds
Weight on Drivers: 166,100 pounds
Weight in Working Order (Engine Only): 280,800 pounds
Weight in Working Order (Engine and Tender): (varied due to different tender styles)
Fuel: (see above)

General Notes:

a. Classes P-1 through P-6 were classed as Light Pacific; classes P-7 through P-13 were classed as Heavy Pacific

Notes:

1. OSL 3124 was built as OSL 910 in 1913; to OSL 3124 in 1915; to UP 2910 in 1928; vacated in 1953
   

OSL 4-6-2 -- 5 locomotives

1915 OSL
Number
First
Number
Builder Builder
Number
Date
Built
Fuel Date
Vacated
Notes
OSL 3129 OSL 915 Lima 1444 Oct 1914 Coal Aug 1952  
OSL 3130 OSL 916 Lima 1445 Oct 1914 Coal Oct 1928 1
OSL 3131 OSL 917 Lima 1446 Oct 1914 Coal Jan 1955  
OSL 3132 OSL 918 Lima 1447 Oct 1914 Oil Jul 1947  
OSL 3133 OSL 919 Lima 1448 Oct 1914 Oil Nov 1947  

Description:

CS Class: P-10
Cabside Class: P-77
Drive Wheel Diameter: 77 inches
Cylinders: 25x28 inches
Valve Gear: Walschaert
Maximum Tractive Effort: 42,500 pounds
Weight on Drivers: 166,100 pounds
Weight in Working Order (Engine Only): 280,800 pounds
Weight in Working Order (Engine and Tender): (varied due to different tender styles)
Fuel: (see above)

General Notes:

a. Classes P-1 through P-6 were classed as Light Pacific; classes P-7 through P-13 were classed as Heavy Pacific

Notes:

1. OSL 3130 was built as OSL 916 in 1914; to OSL 3130 in 1915; to UP 2911 in 1928; vacated in 1953
   

OSL 4-6-2 -- 5 locomotives

Road
Number
Builder Builder
Number
Date
Built
Date
Vacated
OSL 3134 Baldwin 51197 Mar 1919 Sep 1954
OSL 3135 Baldwin 51198 Mar 1919 Jan 1955
OSL 3136 Baldwin 51277 Mar 1919 Jan 1955
OSL 3137 Baldwin 51346 Mar 1919 Mar 1955
OSL 3138 Baldwin 51445 Mar 1919 Jan 1955

Description:

CS Class: P-11
Cabside Class: P-69
Drive Wheel Diameter: 69 inches
Cylinders: 25x28 inches
Maximum Tractive Effort: 43,120 pounds
Weight on Drivers: 162,500 pounds
Weight in Working Order (Engine Only): 272,150 pounds
Weight in Working Order (Engine and Tender): 434,350 pounds
Fuel: Oil

General Notes:

a. Classes P-1 through P-6 were classed as Light Pacific; classes P-7 through P-13 were classed as Heavy Pacific
b. OSL 3134-3138 were the only Pacific class locomotives on the Union Pacific System with 69-inch drivers; assigned to the Idaho Division
   

LA&SL 4-6-2 -- 21 locomotives

1921 LA&SL
Number
First
Number
Second
Number
Third
Number
Builder Builder
Number
Date
Built
Date
Vacated
LA&SL 3150 SPLA&SL 400 SPLA&SL 3400 LA&SL 3400 Baldwin 23562 Jan 1904 Sep 1934
LA&SL 3151 SPLA&SL 401 SPLA&SL 3401 LA&SL 3401 Baldwin 23563 Jan 1904 Sep 1934
LA&SL 3152 SPLA&SL 402 SPLA&SL 3402 LA&SL 3402 Baldwin 23591 Jan 1904 Sep 1934
LA&SL 3153 SPLA&SL 403 SPLA&SL 3403 LA&SL 3403 Baldwin 23616 Jan 1904 Sep 1934
LA&SL 3154 SPLA&SL 404 SPLA&SL 3404 LA&SL 3404 Baldwin 23630 Jan 1904 Nov 1928
LA&SL 3155 SPLA&SL 405 SPLA&SL 3405 LA&SL 3405 Baldwin 23638 Jan 1904 Dec 1930
LA&SL 3156 SPLA&SL 406 SPLA&SL 3406 LA&SL 3406 Baldwin 24905 Mar 1904 Jan 1928
LA&SL 3157 SPLA&SL 407 SPLA&SL 3407 LA&SL 3407 Baldwin 24906 Mar 1904 Sep 1934
LA&SL 3158 SPLA&SL 408 SPLA&SL 3408 LA&SL 3408 Baldwin 24919 Mar 1904 Sep 1934
LA&SL 3159 SPLA&SL 409 SPLA&SL 3409 LA&SL 3409 Baldwin 24920 Mar 1904 Jan 1928
LA&SL 3160 SPLA&SL 410 SPLA&SL 3410 LA&SL 3410 Baldwin 24932 Mar 1904 Mar 1954
LA&SL 3161 SPLA&SL 411 SPLA&SL 3411 LA&SL 3411 Baldwin 24933 Mar 1904 Dec 1933
LA&SL 3162 SPLA&SL 412 SPLA&SL 3412 LA&SL 3412 Baldwin 24934 Mar 1904 Nov 1928
LA&SL 3163 SPLA&SL 413 SPLA&SL 3413 LA&SL 3413 Baldwin 24954 Mar 1904 Sep 1934
LA&SL 3164 SPLA&SL 414 SPLA&SL 3414 LA&SL 3414 Baldwin 24955 Mar 1904 Dec 1926
LA&SL 3165 SPLA&SL 415 SPLA&SL 3415 LA&SL 3415 Baldwin 24959 Mar 1904 Dec 1933
LA&SL 3166 SPLA&SL 416 SPLA&SL 3416 LA&SL 3416 Baldwin 24960 Mar 1904 Sep 1934
LA&SL 3167 SPLA&SL 417 SPLA&SL 3417 LA&SL 3417 Baldwin 24975 Mar 1904 Sep 1934
LA&SL 3168 SPLA&SL 418 SPLA&SL 3418 LA&SL 3418 Baldwin 24976 Mar 1904 Sep 1934
LA&SL 3169 SPLA&SL 419 SPLA&SL 3419 LA&SL 3419 Baldwin 24977 Mar 1904 Dec 1933
LA&SL 3170 SPLA&SL 420 SPLA&SL 3420 LA&SL 3420 Baldwin 25002 Mar 1904 Sep 1934

Description:

CS Class: P-1
Cabside Class: P-77
Drive Wheel Diameter: 77 inches
Cylinders: 22x28 inches
Maximum Tractive Effort: 29,920 pounds
Weight on Drivers: 150,000 pounds
Weight in Working Order (Engine Only): 231,500 pounds
Weight in Working Order (Engine and Tender): 372,866 pounds
Fuel: Oil

General Notes:

a. Classes P-1 through P-6 were classed as Light Pacific; classes P-7 through P-13 were classed as Heavy Pacific
b. LA&SL 3162, as SPLA&SL 412, operated on the Erie Railroad in January through April 1905; then on Illinois Central Railroad from April through June 1905.
   

LA&SL 4-6-2 -- 5 locomotives

1921 LA&SL
Number
First
Number
Second
Number
Builder Builder
Number
Date
Built
Date
Vacated
LA&SL 3171 SPLA&SL 3421 LA&SL 3421 Baldwin 31582 Oct 1907 Nov 1928
LA&SL 3172 SPLA&SL 3422 LA&SL 3422 Baldwin 31594 Oct 1907 Dec 1933
LA&SL 3173 SPLA&SL 3423 LA&SL 3423 Baldwin 31595 Oct 1907 Dec 1933
LA&SL 3174 SPLA&SL 3424 LA&SL 3424 Baldwin 31644 Oct 1907 Aug 1929
LA&SL 3175 SPLA&SL 3425 LA&SL 3425 Baldwin 31645 Oct 1907 Aug 1929

Description:

CS Class: P-4
Cabside Class: P-77
Drive Wheel Diameter: 77 inches
Cylinders: 22x28 inches
Maximum Tractive Effort: 29,920 pounds
Weight on Drivers: 150,000 pounds
Weight in Working Order (Engine Only): 231,500 pounds
Weight in Working Order (Engine and Tender): 372,866 pounds
Fuel: Oil

General Notes:

a. Classes P-1 through P-6 were classed as Light Pacific; classes P-7 through P-13 were classed as Heavy Pacific
   

LA&SL 4-6-2 -- 6 locomotives

1921 LA&SL
Number
First
Number
Second
Number
Builder Builder
Number
Date
Built
Date
Vacated
Notes
LA&SL 3176 SPLA&SL 3430 LA&SL 3430 Schenectady 50743 Apr 1912 Dec 1947 (6)
LA&SL 3177 SPLA&SL 3431 LA&SL 3431 Schenectady 50744 Apr 1912 Mar 1948 (6)
LA&SL 3178 SPLA&SL 3432 LA&SL 3432 Schenectady 50745 Apr 1912 Nov 1949 (6)
LA&SL 3179 SPLA&SL 3433 LA&SL 3433 Schenectady 50746 Apr 1912 Nov 1947 (6)
LA&SL 3180 SPLA&SL 3434 LA&SL 3434 Schenectady 50747 Apr 1912 May 1947 (6)
LA&SL 3181 SPLA&SL 3435 LA&SL 3435 Schenectady 50748 Apr 1912 May 1947 (6)

Description:

CS Class: P-8
Cabside Class: P-77
Drive Wheel Diameter: 77 inches
Cylinders: 25x28 inches
Maximum Tractive Effort: 38,636 pounds (later 42,500 pounds)
Weight on Drivers: 174,000 pounds (later 164,820 pounds)
Weight in Working Order (Engine Only): 283,000 pounds (later 275,720 pounds)
Weight in Working Order (Engine and Tender): (varied due to different tender styles)
Fuel: Oil

General Notes:

a. Classes P-1 through P-6 were classed as Light Pacific; classes P-7 through P-13 were classed as Heavy Pacific
b. LA&SL 3176-3181 were equipped with Franklin trailing truck boosters in 1927 through 1932, increasing their tractive effort from 42,500 pounds to 54,500 pounds
   

OWRR&N 4-6-2 -- 4 locomotives (Vauclain Compound)

1915 OWRR&N
Number
First
Number
Second
Number
Builder Builder
Number
Date
Built
Date
Vacated
Notes
OWRR&N 3200 ORR&N 194 OWRR&N 194 Baldwin 25687 May 1905 Dec 1936 1
OWRR&N 3201 ORR&N 195 OWRR&N 195 Baldwin 25688 Jun 1905 Dec 1936 2
OWRR&N 3202 ORR&N 196 OWRR&N 196 Baldwin 25689 Jun 1905 Jul 1956 3
OWRR&N 3203 ORR&N 197 OWRR&N 197 Baldwin 25717 Jun 1905 Jan 1958 4

Description:

CS Class: P-2
Cabside Class: P-77
Drive Wheel Diameter: 77 inches
Cylinders: 22x28 (as simple)
Maximum Tractive Effort: 29,920 pounds (as simple)
Weight on Drivers: 142,740 pounds (as simple)
Weight in Working Order (Engine Only): 241,180 pounds (as simple)
Weight in Working Order (Engine and Tender): 419,774 pounds (as simple)
Fuel: Oil

General Notes:

a. Classes P-1 through P-6 were classed as Light Pacific; classes P-7 through P-13 were classed as Heavy Pacific
b. ORR&N 194-197 were built in 1905 as Vauclain compound locomotives; to OWRR&N 194-197 in 1911; to OWRR&N 3200-3203 in 1915; rebuilt to simple on the following dates. The rebuild effort included replacement of the Stephenson valve gear with Walschaert valve gear.
  1915 OWRR&N
Number
Specs. As
Compound
Specs. As
Simple
Date
Rebuilt
  OWRR&N 3200 77-17&28x28 77-22x28 1915
  OWRR&N 3201 77-17&28x28 77-22x28 1921
  OWRR&N 3202 77-17&28x28 77-22x28 1921
  OWRR&N 3203 77-17&28x28 77-22x28 1920

Notes:

1. OWRR&N 3200 was built as ORR&N 194 in 1905; to OWRR&N 194 in 1911; to OWRR&N 3200 in 1915; vacated in 1936
2. OWRR&N 3201 was built as ORR&N 195 in 1905; to OWRR&N 195 in 1911; to OWRR&N 3201 in 1915; vacated in 1936
3. OWRR&N 3202 was built as ORR&N 196 in 1905; to OWRR&N 196 in 1911; to OWRR&N 3202 in 1915; vacated in 1956
4.

OWRR&N 3203 was built as ORR&N 197 in 1905; to OWRR&N 197 in 1911; to OWRR&N 3203 in 1915; vacated in 1958; donated to Portland, Oregon; moved to SP's Brooklyn (Portland) roundhouse; being restored. (Friends of OR&N 197 web site)

The following summarizes the current status of OR&N 197 (from Trainorders.com, December 6, 2010):

One of three City of Portland Oregon owned locomotives managed by the Oregon Rail Heritage Foundation and being restored by the Friends of OR&N 197. This locomotive has strong ties to our City of Portland history as she was purchased by Oregon Railroad & Navigation Company to serve the massive passenger loads visiting Portland for the 1905 Lewis & Clark Centennial Exposition in Portland.

Built as Oregon Railway & Navigation by Baldwin in May of 1905, P-2 class, construction number 25717, and unless I'm mistaken it was a compound originally. Heavily rebuilt under Union Pacific ownership in 1920's, received new cylinders and other modifications, renumbered 3203, and I believe re-classed as a P-77. Retired from service in 1957, and placed on display at Oaks Park in Portland. This was the last of the steam engines removed from this location for restoration in 1996.

   

OWRR&N 4-6-2 -- 4 locomotives

OWRR&N
Number
First
Number
Second
Number
Builder Builder
Number
Date
Built
Date
Vacated
Notes
OWRR&N 3204 ORR&N 190 OWRR&N 190 Schenectady 30035 Sep 1904 May 1947 1
OWRR&N 3205 ORR&N 191 OWRR&N 191 Schenectady 30036 Sep 1904 Mar 1947 2
OWRR&N 3206 ORR&N 192 OWRR&N 192 Schenectady 30037 Sep 1904 1 Oct 1954 3
OWRR&N 3207 ORR&N 193 OWRR&N 193 Schenectady 30038 Sep 1904 Dec 1933 4

Description:

CS Class: P-1
Cabside Class: P-77
Drive Wheel Diameter: 77 inches
Cylinders: 22x28 inches
Maximum Tractive Effort: 29, 920 pounds
Weight on Drivers: 149,474 pounds (OWRR&N 3206 was 134,500 pounds)
Weight in Working Order (Engine Only): 235,940 pounds (OWRR&N 3206 was 220,300 pounds)
Weight in Working Order (Engine and Tender): 371,729 pounds (OWRR&N 3206 was 356,059 pounds)
Fuel: Oil

General Notes:

a. Classes P-1 through P-6 were classed as Light Pacific; classes P-7 through P-13 were classed as Heavy Pacific.
b.

OWRR&N 3206 was retired at Huntington, Oregon, then moved to Pocatello, Idaho; donated in April 1955 to Spokane, Washington, moved by rail to Spokane, then by truck to High Bridge Park for display; donated by city to Inland Empire Railway Historical Society in June 1978 and moved over city streets to Interstate Fairgrounds, southeast of intersection of East Broadway Ave and North Havana Street, adjacent to former Milwaukee Road yard. Still there as of April 2009. (April 2010 photo)

The story is told that when the railroad offered to donate a steam locomotive to the city, representatives were sent to Pocatello, Idaho, to pick a locomotive from a group of recently retired locomotives. OWRR&N 3206 was recognized as having been seen in the Spokane area and was the locomotive selected for donation.

Notes:

1.

OWRR&N 3204 was built as ORR&N 190 in 1904; to OWRR&N 190 in 1911; to OWRR&N 3204 in 1915; vacated in 1947.

2. OWRR&N 3205 was built as ORR&N 191 in 1904; to OWRR&N 191 in 1911; to OWRR&N 3205 in 1915; vacated in 1947.
3. OWRR&N 3206 was built as ORR&N 192 in 1904; to OWRR&N 192 in 1911; to OWRR&N 3206 in 1915; vacated in 1954; donated to City of Spokane, Washington.
4. OWRR&N 3207 was built as ORR&N 193 in 1904; to OWRR&N 193 in 1911; to OWRR&N 3207 in 1915; vacated in 1933.
   

OWRR&N 4-6-2 -- 3 locomotives

1915 OWRR&N
Number
First
Number
Second
Number
Builder Builder
Number
Date
Built
Date
Vacated
Notes
OWRR&N 3208 ORR&N 198 OWRR&N 198 Baldwin 28613 Jul 1906 Mar 1948 1
OWRR&N 3209 ORR&N 199 OWRR&N 199 Baldwin 28618 Jul 1906 Dec 1936 2
OWRR&N 3210 ORR&N 200 (2nd) OWRR&N 200 Baldwin 28659 Jul 1906 Apr 1940 3

Description:

CS Class: P-3
Cabside Class: P-77
Drive Wheel Diameter: 77 inches
Cylinders: 22x28 inches
Valve Gear: Stephenson
Maximum Tractive Effort: 29,920 pounds
Weight on Drivers: 149,475 pounds
Weight in Working Order (Engine Only): 235,940 pounds
Weight in Working Order (Engine and Tender): 369,579 pounds
Fuel: Oil

General Notes:

a. Classes P-1 through P-6 were classed as Light Pacific; classes P-7 through P-13 were classed as Heavy Pacific

Notes:

1. OWRR&N 3208 was built as ORR&N 198 in 1906; to OWRR&N 198 in 1911; to OWRR&N 3208 in 1915; vacated in 1948
2.

OWRR&N 3209 was built as ORR&N 199 in 1906; to OWRR&N 199 in 1911; to OWRR&N 3209 in 1915; vacated in 1936

3. OWRR&N 3210 was built as ORR&N 200 (2nd) in 1906; to OWRR&N 200 in 1911; to OWRR&N 3210 in 1915; vacated in 1940
   

OWRR&N 4-6-2 -- 7 locomotives (ex Oregon & Washington Railroad)

1915 OWRR&N
Number
First
Number
Second
Number
Builder Builder
Number
Date
Built
Date
Vacated
Notes
OWRR&N 3211 O&W 200 OWRR&N 201 Baldwin 35948 Feb 1911 Dec 1933 1
OWRR&N 3212 O&W 201 OWRR&N 202 Baldwin 35949 Feb 1911 May 1947 2
OWRR&N 3213 O&W 202 OWRR&N 203 Baldwin 35950 Feb 1911 Jul 1946 3
OWRR&N 3214 O&W 203 OWRR&N 204 Baldwin 35951 Feb 1911 Dec 1936 4
OWRR&N 3215 O&W 204 OWRR&N 205 Baldwin 35952 Feb 1911 Jul 1951 5
OWRR&N 3216 O&W 205 OWRR&N 206 Baldwin 35956 Feb 1911 Apr 1940 6
OWRR&N 3217 O&W 206 OWRR&N 207 Baldwin 35957 Feb 1911 Mar 1954 7

Description:

CS Class: P-6
Cabside Class: P-77
Drive Wheel Diameter: 77 inches
Cylinders: 22x28 inches
Valve Gear: Stephenson
Maximum Tractive Effort: 29,920 pounds
Weight on Drivers: 149,475 pounds
Weight in Working Order (Engine Only): 235,940 pounds
Weight in Working Order (Engine and Tender): 369,579 pounds
Fuel: Oil

General Notes:

a. Ordered as Oregon & Washington 201-207; delivered as OWRR&N 201-207 in 1911
b. Classes P-1 through P-6 were classed as Light Pacific; classes P-7 through P-13 were classed as Heavy Pacific
c. 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)

Notes:

1. OWRR&N 3211 was built as O&W 201 in 1911; to OWRR&N 201 in 1911; to OWRR&N 3211 in 1915; vacated in 1933
2. OWRR&N 3212 was built as O&W 202 in 1911; to OWRR&N 202 in 1911; to OWRR&N 3212 in 1915; vacated in 1947
3. OWRR&N 3213 was built as O&W 203 in 1911; to OWRR&N 203 in 1911; to OWRR&N 3213 in 1915; vacated in 1946
4. OWRR&N 3214 was built as O&W 204 in 1911; to OWRR&N 204 in 1911; to OWRR&N 3214 in 1915; vacated in 1936
5. OWRR&N 3215 was built as O&W 205 in 1911; to OWRR&N 205 in 1911; to OWRR&N 3215 in 1915; vacated in 1951
6. OWRR&N 3216 was built as O&W 206 in 1911; to OWRR&N 206 in 1911; to OWRR&N 3216 in 1915; vacated in 1940
7. OWRR&N 3217 was built as O&W 207 in 1911; to OWRR&N 207 in 1911; to OWRR&N 3217 in 1915; vacated in 1954
   

OWRR&N 4-6-2 -- 2 locomotives

1915 OWRR&N
Number
First
Number
Builder Builder
Number
Date
Built
Date
Vacated
OWRR&N 3218 OWRR&N 208 Baldwin 36416 Apr 1911 Aug 1947
OWRR&N 3219 OWRR&N 209 Baldwin 36417 Apr 1911 Mar 1955

Description:

CS Class: P-7
Cabside Class: P-77
Drive Wheel Diameter: 77 inches
Cylinders: 25x28 inches
Maximum Tractive Effort: 38,636 pounds
Weight on Drivers: 166,900 pounds
Weight in Working Order (Engine Only): 278,000 pounds
Weight in Working Order (Engine and Tender): 434,136 pounds
Fuel: Oil

General Notes:

a. Classes P-1 through P-6 were classed as Light Pacific; classes P-7 through P-13 were classed as Heavy Pacific
b. These were the first heavy Pacifics, ordered as O&W 207, 208, delivered as OWRR&N 207, 208 in 1911; to OWRR&N 3218, 3219 in 1915
   

OWRR&N 4-6-2 -- 6 locomotives

1915 OWRR&N
Number
First
Number
Builder Builder
Number
Date
Built
Date
Vacated
OWRR&N 3220 OWRR&N 210 Brooks 53349 Apr 1913 Sep 1947
OWRR&N 3221 OWRR&N 211 Brooks 53350 Apr 1913 Dec 1954
OWRR&N 3222 OWRR&N 212 Brooks 53351 Apr 1913 Dec 1954
OWRR&N 3223 OWRR&N 213 Brooks 53352 Apr 1913 Mar 1955
OWRR&N 3224 OWRR&N 214 Brooks 53353 Apr 1913 Dec 1947
OWRR&N 3225 OWRR&N 215 Brooks 53354 Apr 1913 Jul 1950

Description:

CS Class: P-9
Cabside Class: P-77
Drive Wheel Diameter: 77 inches
Cylinders: 25x28 inches
Maximum Tractive Effort: 38,636 pounds
Weight on Drivers: 166,900 pounds
Weight in Working Order (Engine Only): 278,000 pounds
Weight in Working Order (Engine and Tender): 434,136 pounds
Fuel: Oil

General Notes:

a. Classes P-1 through P-6 were classed as Light Pacific; classes P-7 through P-13 were classed as Heavy Pacific
   

OWRR&N 4-6-2 -- 2 locomotives

Road
Number
Builder Builder
Number
Date
Built
Date
Vacated
OWRR&N 3226 Baldwin 51483 Mar 1919 Dec 1954
OWRR&N 3227 Baldwin 51522 Mar 1919 Dec 1954

Description:

CS Class: P-12
Cabside Class: P-77
Drive Wheel Diameter: 77 inches
Cylinders: 25x28 inches
Maximum Tractive Effort: 38,636 pounds (later 42,500 pounds)
Weight on Drivers: 177,500 pounds
Weight in Working Order (Engine Only): 270,800 pounds
Weight in Working Order (Engine and Tender): varied due to two different tender styles)
Fuel: Oil

General Notes:

a. Classes P-1 through P-6 were classed as Light Pacific; classes P-7 through P-13 were classed as Heavy Pacific

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