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Union Pacific Steam Locomotives, 1915-1962

Part 16, UP 4000 to UP 4359

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UP 2-6-0 -- 2 locomotives (ex 0-6-0)

1915 UP
Number
First
Number
Second
Number
Builder Builder
Number
Date
Built
Date
Vacated
Notes
UP 4000 (1st) UPRy 1177 UP 1177 New York 580 Mar 1890 Apr 1919 1
UP 4001 (1st) UPRy 1178 UP 1178 New York 581 Mar 1890 Aug 1918 2

Description:

CS Class: M-51
Cabside Class:
Drive Wheel Diameter:
Cylinders:
Maximum Tractive Effort:
Weight on Drivers:
Weight in Working Order (Engine Only):
Weight in Working Order (Engine and Tender):
Fuel: Coal

General Notes:

a. UP 4000 (1st) and 4001 (1st) were built as UP 0-6-0s 1177 and 1178 in 1890; rebuilt to 2-6-0 in 1903, by Evanston, Wyoming, shops for use on Park City Branch in Utah. (Evanston and Park City information from Gordon McCulloh via email dated January 5, 2006)

Notes:

1. UP 4000 (1st) was built as UPRy 1177 (0-6-0) in 1890; to UP 1177 in 1898; rebuilt to 2-6-0 in 1903; to UP 4000 (1st) in 1915; rebuilt to 0-6-0T shop switcher in April 1919; renumbered to 03199, "Cheyenne" (2nd); scrapped in 1939.
2. UP 4001 (1st) was built as UPRy 1178 (0-6-0) in 1890; to UP 1178 in 1898; rebuilt to 2-6-0 in 1903; to UP 4001 (1st) in 1915; vacated in 1918
   

UP 4-8-8-4 -- 20 locomotives (Big Boy)

Road
Number
Builder Builder
Number
Date
Built
Date
Vacated
Notes
UP 4000 (2nd) Schenectady 69571 Aug 1941 Sep 1961  
UP 4001 (2nd) Schenectady 69572 Aug 1941 Nov 1961  
UP 4002 Schenectady 69573 Aug 1941 Nov 1961  
UP 4003 Schenectady 69574 Aug 1941 Feb 1962 1
UP 4004 Schenectady 69575 Aug 1941 Jun 1963 2
UP 4005 Schenectady 69576 Sep 1941 Jul 1962 3
UP 4006 Schenectady 69577 Sep 1941 May 1961 4
UP 4007 Schenectady 69578 Sep 1941 Aug 1961  
UP 4008 Schenectady 69579 Sep 1941 Jan 1962  
UP 4009 Schenectady 69580 Sep 1941 Jul 1962  
UP 4010 Schenectady 69581 Sep 1941 Jul 1962 1
UP 4011 Schenectady 69582 Oct 1941 Jul 1962  
UP 4012 Schenectady 69583 Oct 1941 Feb 1962 5
UP 4013 Schenectady 69584 Nov 1941 Jul 1962  
UP 4014 Schenectady 69585 Nov 1941 Jun 1961 6
UP 4015 Schenectady 69586 Nov 1941 Aug 1961  
UP 4016 Schenectady 69587 Nov 1941 Jan 1962  
UP 4017 Schenectady 69588 Dec 1941 May 1961 7
UP 4018 Schenectady 69589 Dec 1941 Jul 1962 8
UP 4019 Schenectady 69590 Dec 1941 Jan 1962  

Description:

Cabside Class: 4884-1
Drive Wheel Diameter: 68 inches
Cylinders: 23-3/4&23-23-3/4x32 inches
Maximum Tractive Effort: 135,375 pounds
Weight on Drivers: 540,000 pounds
Weight in Working Order (Engine Only): 762,000 pounds
Weight in Working Order (Engine and Tender): 1,189,500 pounds
Fuel: Coal

General Notes:

a. UP 4005 was used in a test for conversion of all 4000 class 4-8-8-4 locomotives to oil burning; testing began in December 1946 and lasted less than a year.

Notes:

1. UP 4003 and 4010 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 4004 was donated to Cheyenne, Wyoming for exhibition in Holiday Park.
3. UP 4005 was held at Green River upon retirement in 1962; moved to Cheyenne in about 1967-1968 and prepared for donation by replacement of missing parts and complete painting; donated in June 1970 to the Forney Museum in Denver.
4. UP 4006 was donated to The National Museum of Transport, Kirkwood, near St. Louis, Missouri.
5. UP 4012 was donated to The Steamtown Foundation, Bellows Falls, Vermont; moved to Steamtown in Scranton, Pennsylvania.
6. UP 4014 was donated to The Railway & Locomotive Historical Society for display at the Los Angeles County Fairgrounds in Pomona, California; moved to Pomona in January 1962; returned to Union Pacific for restoration in July 2013. (more information)
7. UP 4017 was donated to The National Railroad Museum, Green Bay, Wisconsin.
8. UP 4018 was donated to The Texas State Fairgrounds, Dallas, Texas for display.
   

UP 4-8-8-4 -- 5 locomotives (Big Boy)

Road
Number
Builder Builder
Number
Date
Built
Date
Vacated
Notes
UP 4020 Schenectady 72777 Nov 1944 Jul 1962 1
UP 4021 Schenectady 72778 Nov 1944 Jan 1962  
UP 4022 Schenectady 72779 Nov 1944 Feb 1962  
UP 4023 Schenectady 72780 Nov 1944 Jul 1962 2
UP 4024 Schenectady 72781 Nov 1944 Jul 1962  

Description:

Cabside Class: 4884-2
Drive Wheel Diameter: 68 inches
Cylinders: 23-3/4&23-23-3/4x32 inches
Maximum Tractive Effort: 135,375 pounds
Weight on Drivers: 545,200 pounds
Weight in Working Order (Engine Only): 772,250 pounds
Weight in Working Order (Engine and Tender): 1,208,750 pounds
Fuel: Coal

General Notes:

a. UP 4020-4024 differed from the previous 20 locomotives (UP 4000-4019) by the use of different aftercoolers, and their location away from atop the pilot deck, and the use of heavier steel due to wartime restictions. Their tenders held 25,000 gallons of water, compared to the earlier locomotives' tenders, which held 24,000 gallons.

Notes:

1. UP 4020 was sold to Luria Brothers and Company of Pueblo, Colorado, in May 1963; moved for scrap to Columbia-Geneva Steel Corporation, Provo, Utah.
2. UP 4023 was moved from storage at Cheyenne to Omaha in September 1974; moved to display site at UP's Omaha Shops in October 1974; donated to the City of Omaha upon closure of Omaha Shops and moved in April 1988 east of the shops to Kenefick Park where it is on display with Centennial 6900; the site was donated by Union Pacific to the City of Omaha for permanent exhibition; UP 4023 and UP 6900 were moved in May 2001 to make way for a new convention center, and were moved to temporary storage near the Durham Western Heritage Museum at Union Station in Omaha pending preparation of a new display site; moved on March 12, 2005 to Lauritsen Gardens on a bluff overlooking Interstate 80; the display was completed and opened to the public on December 1, 2005.
   

OSL 2-6-0 -- 8 locomotives (ex Vauclain compund)

1915 OSL
Number
First
Number
Builder Builder
Number
Date
Built
Date
Vacated
OSL 4100 OSL 770 Baldwin 18610 Jan 1901 Jan 1928
OSL 4101 OSL 771 Baldwin 18611 Jan 1901 Jul 1925
OSL 4102 OSL 772 Baldwin 18612 Jan 1901 Jan 1928
OSL 4103 OSL 773 Baldwin 18613 Jan 1901 Dec 1927
OSL 4104 OSL 774 Baldwin 18614 Jan 1901 Jul 1925
OSL 4105 OSL 775 Baldwin 18615 Jan 1901 Mar 1928
OSL 4106 OSL 776 Baldwin 18636 Jan 1901 Jan 1928
OSL 4107 OSL 777 Baldwin 18649 Jan 1901 Jan 1928

Description:

Cabside Class: M-62
Drive Wheel Diameter: 62 inches
Cylinders: 20x28 inches
Maximum Tractive Effort: 30,709 pounds
Weight on Drivers: 144,000 pounds
Weight in Working Order (Engine Only): 174,750 pounds
Weight in Working Order (Engine and Tender): 293,630 pounds
Fuel: Coal

General Notes:

a. OSL 4100-4107 were built in 1901 as OSL 770-777; renumbered to OSL 4100-4107 in 1915
b. OSL 4100-4107 were built in 1901 as Vaulcain Compound; rebuilt to simple in 1911-1913
   

OWRR&N 2-6-0 -- 9 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 4200 ORyE 87 ORy&N 87 ORy&N 1207 ORR&N 103 OWRR&N 103 Schenectady 2868 Jul 1889 Jan 1928 1
OWRR&N 4201 ORyE 88 ORy&N 88 ORy&N 1208 ORR&N 104 OWRR&N 104 Schenectady 2869 Jul 1889 Jan 1928 2
OWRR&N 4202 ORy&N 89 ORy&N 89 ORy&N 1209 ORR&N 105 OWRR&N 105 Schenectady 2870 Jul 1889 Apr 1928 3
OWRR&N 4203 ORy&N 90 ORy&N 90 ORy&N 1210 ORR&N 106 OWRR&N 106 Schenectady 2871 Jul 1889 Nov 1924 4
OWRR&N 4204 ORy&N 91 ORy&N 91 ORy&N 1211 ORR&N 107 OWRR&N 107 Schenectady 2872 Aug 1889 Sep 1916 5
OWRR&N 4205 ORy&N 92 ORy&N 92 ORy&N 1212 ORR&N 108 OWRR&N 108 Schenectady 2873 Aug 1889 Nov 1926 6
OWRR&N 4206 ORy&N 93 ORy&N 93 ORy&N 1213 ORR&N 109 OWRR&N 109 Schenectady 2874 Aug 1889 Aug 1927 7
OWRR&N 4207 ORy&N 94 ORy&N 94 ORy&N 1214 ORR&N 110 OWRR&N 110 Schenectady 2875 Aug 1889 Oct 1925 8
OWRR&N 4208 ORy&N 95 ORy&N 95 ORy&N 1215 ORR&N 111 OWRR&N 111 Schenectady 2876 Aug 1889 1928 9

Description:

Drive Wheel Diameter: 58 inches (later 57 inches)
Cylinders: 19x24 inches (later 18x24 inches)

Notes:

1. OWRR&N 4200 was built as Oregon Railway Extension Company 87 in 1889; to ORy&N 1207 in 1890; to ORy&N 103 in 1894; to ORR&N 103 in 1896; to OWRR&N 103 in 1911; to OWRR&N 4200 in 1915; vacated in 1928
2. OWRR&N 4201 was built as Oregon Railway Extension Company 88 in 1889; to ORy&N 1208 in 1890; to ORy&N 104 in 1894; to ORR&N 104 in 1896; to OWRR&N 104 in 1911; to OWRR&N 4201 in 1915; vacated in 1928
3. OWRR&N 4202 was built as ORy&N 89 in 1889; to ORy&N 1209 in 1890; to ORy&N 105 in 1894; to ORR&N 105 in 1896; to OWRR&N 105 in 1911; to OWRR&N 4202 in 1915; vacated in 1928
4. OWRR&N 4203 was built as ORy&N 90 in 1889; to ORy&N 1210 in 1890; to ORy&N 106 in 1894; to ORR&N 106 in 1896; to OWRR&N 106 in 1911; to OWRR&N 4203 in 1915; rebuilt to 0-6-0T in 1924 and assigned to Albina shop tool 0150; vacated July 1940
5. OWRR&N 4204 was built as ORy&N 91 in 1889; to ORy&N 1211 in 1890; to ORy&N 107 in 1894; to ORR&N 107 in 1896; to OWRR&N 107 in 1911; to OWRR&N 4204 in 1915; vacated in 1916; sold to Brooks Scanlon Lumber Company
6. OWRR&N 4205 was built as ORy&N 92 in 1889; to ORy&N 1212 in 1890; to ORy&N 108 in 1894; to ORR&N 108 in 1896; o OWRR&N 108 in 1911; to OWRR&N 4205 in 1915; vacated in 1926
7. OWRR&N 4206 was built as ORy&N 93 in 1889; to ORy&N 1213 in 1890; to ORy&N 109 in 1894; to ORR&N 109 in 1896; to OWRR&N 109 in 1911; to OWRR&N 4206 in 1915; vacated in 1927
8. OWRR&N 4207 was built as ORy&N 94 in 1889; to ORy&N 1214 in 1890; to ORy&N 110 in 1894; to ORR&N 110 in 1896; to OWRR&N 110 in 1911; to OWRR&N 4207 in 1915; vacated in 1925
9. OWRR&N 4208 was built as ORy&N 95 in 1889; to ORy&N 1215 in 1890; to ORy&N 111 in 1894; to ORR&N 111 in 1896; to OWRR&N 111 in 1911; to OWRR&N 4208 in 1915; vacated in 1928; sold to General Construction Company in 1928
   

OWRR&N 2-6-0 -- 1 locomotive

1915 OWRR&N
Number
Previous
Number
Builder Builder
Number
Date
Built
Date
Vacated
Notes
OWRR&N 4209 OWRR&N 10 Brooks 2409 Nov 1893 May 1916 1

Description:

Drive Wheel Diameter: 55 inches
Cylinders: 19x24 inches

Notes:

1.

OWRR&N 4209 was built as Great Northern Railway 364 (1st) in November 1893; diverted to Butte, Anaconda & Pacific 31 in November 1893; to BA&P 10 in 1898 (BA&P electrified in 1912); to Columbia Southern 10 in (??); CSRy sold to Oregon Railroad & Navigation Company on July 1, 1906; to Oregon, Washington Railway & Navigation 10 in 1911; assigned OWRR&N 4209 in 1915, not renumbered; vacated in May 1916; to Montana Western Railway 10 in May 1916; retired and scrapped by Montana Western Railway in 1947

   

LA&SL 0-6-0 -- 1 locomotive

1921 LA&SL
Number
First
Number
Second
Number
Third
Number
Builder Builder
Number
Date
Built
Date To
LA&SL
Date
Vacated
LA&SL 4226 CCRy 3 RR&P 3 LA&SL 10 Lima 1323 Sep 1913 Nov 1917 Nov 1945

Description:

LA&SL Class: FO-56
Cabside Class: S-56
Drive Wheel Diameter: 56 inches
Cylinders: 22x26 inches
Maximum Tractive Effort: 41,110 pounds
Weight on Drivers: 165,000 pounds
Weight in Working Order (Engine Only): 165,000 pounds
Weight in Working Order (Engine and Tender): 270,000 pounds
Fuel: Oil

General Notes:

a. LA&SL 4226 was built as Crescent City Railway 3 in 1913 (Riverside Portland Cement Company); CCRy became Riverside, Rialto & Pacific Railroad in March 1915; renumbered to LA&SL 10 in 1917 (LA&SL purchased RR&P in November 1917); renumbered to LA&SL 4226 in 1921.
   

LA&SL 0-6-0 -- 2 locomotives

1921 LA&SL
Number
First
Number
Second
Number
Builder Builder
Number
Date
Built
Date
Vacated
Notes
LA&SL 4227 SPLA&SL 11 LA&SL 11 Schenectady 26432 Sep 1902 May 1925 1
LA&SL 4228 SPLA&SL 12 LA&SL 12 Schenectady 26433 Sep 1902 Aug 1925 2

Description:

Cabside Class: S-55
Drive Wheel Diameter: 55 inches
Cylinders: 19x26 inches
Maximum Tractive Effort: 25,382 pounds
Weight on Drivers: 132,000 pounds
Weight in Working Order (Engine Only): 132,000 pounds
Fuel: Oil
 

Notes:

1. LA&SL 11 was built as SPLA&SL 11 in 1902; to LA&SL 11 in 1916; to LA&SL 4227 in 1921; vacated in 1925; sold to Los Angeles County Flood Control District number 1; scrapped in 1935
2. LA&SL 12 was built as SPLA&SL 12 in 1902; to LA&SL 12 in 1916; to LA&SL 4228 in 1921; vacated in 1925; sold to Kump-Hauser Construction Company, Limited, Riverside, California; scrapped in 1947
   

LA&SL 0-6-0 -- 6 locomotives

1921 LA&SL
Number
First
Number
Second
Number
Builder Builder
Number
Date
Built
Date
Vacated
LA&SL 4229 SPLA&SL 14 LA&SL 14 Baldwin 24876 Dec 1904 Dec 1933
LA&SL 4230 SPLA&SL 15 LA&SL 15 Baldwin 24880 Dec 1904 Jun 1947
LA&SL 4231 SPLA&SL 16 LA&SL 16 Baldwin 24896 Dec 1904 Aug 1929
LA&SL 4232 SPLA&SL 17 LA&SL 17 Baldwin 24897 Dec 1904 Dec 1930
LA&SL 4233 SPLA&SL 18 LA&SL 18 Baldwin 24898 Dec 1904 Jun 1947
LA&SL 4234 SPLA&SL 19 LA&SL 19 Baldwin 24930 Dec 1904 Jun 1947

Description:

CS Class: S-1
Cabside Class: S-57
Drive Wheel Diameter: 57 inches
Cylinders: 20x26 inches
Maximum Tractive Effort: 27,915 pounds
Weight on Drivers: 150,000 pounds
Weight in Working Order (Engine Only): 150,000 pounds
Weight in Working Order (Engine and Tender): 235,040 pounds
Fuel: Oil

General Notes:

a. LA&SL 4229-4234 built as SPLA&SL 14-19 in 1904; renumbered to LA&SL 14-19 in 1916; renumbered to LA&SL 4229-4234 in 1921.
   

LA&SL 0-6-0 -- 5 locomotives

1921 LA&SL
Number
First
Number
Second
Number
Builder Builder
Number
Date
Built
Date
Vacated
LA&SL 4235 SPLA&SL 20 LA&SL 20 Baldwin 31553 Aug 1907 May 1947
LA&SL 4236 SPLA&SL 21 LA&SL 21 Baldwin 31570 Aug 1907 Dec 1936
LA&SL 4237 SPLA&SL 22 LA&SL 22 Baldwin 31571 Aug 1907 Apr 1940
LA&SL 4238 SPLA&SL 23 LA&SL 23 Baldwin 31572 Aug 1907 Aug 1947
LA&SL 4239 SPLA&SL 24 LA&SL 24 Baldwin 31641 Sep 1907 Jan 1947

Description:

CS Class: S-2
Cabside Class: S-51
Drive Wheel Diameter: 51 inches
Cylinders: 19x28 inches
Maximum Tractive Effort: 27,376 pounds
Weight on Drivers: 140,000 pounds
Weight in Working Order (Engine Only): 140,000 pounds
Weight in Working Order (Engine and Tender): 225,040 pounds
Fuel: Oil

General Notes:

a. LA&SL 4235-4239 built as SPLA&SL 20-24 in 1907; renumbered to LA&SL 20-24 in 1916; renumbered to LA&SL 4235-4239 in 1921.
   

LA&SL 0-6-0 -- 3 locomotives

1921 LA&SL
Number
First
Number
Second
Number
Builder Builder
Number
Date
Built
Date
Vacated
LA&SL 4240 SPLA&SL 25 LA&SL 25 Baldwin 40914 Nov 1913 Jan 1947
LA&SL 4241 SPLA&SL 26 LA&SL26 Baldwin 40915 Nov 1913 May 1947
LA&SL 4242 SPLA&SL 27 LA&SL 27 Baldwin 40916 Nov 1913 Jun 1946

Description:

CS Class: S-3
Drive Wheel Diameter: S-51
Cylinders: 19x26 inches
Maximum Tractive Effort: 27,736 pounds
Weight on Drivers: 145,000 pounds
Weight in Working Order (Engine Only): 145,000 pounds
Weight in Working Order (Engine and Tender): 230,040 pounds
Fuel: Oil

General Notes:

a. LA&SL 4240-4242 built as SPLA&SL 25-27; renumbered to LA&SL 25-27 in 1916; renumbered to LA&SL 4240-4242 in 1921.
   

LA&SL 0-6-0 -- 4 locomotives

1921 LA&SL
Number
First
Number
Builder Builder
Number
Date
Built
Date
Vacated
LA&SL 4243 LA&SL 40 Baldwin 54548 Feb 1921 Apr 1946
LA&SL 4244 LA&SL 41 Baldwin 54549 Feb 1921 Apr 1956
LA&SL 4245 LA&SL 42 Baldwin 54607 Mar 1921 Jun 1955
LA&SL 4246 LA&SL 43 Baldwin 54608 Mar 1921 May 1955

Description:

CS Class: S-6
Cabside Class: S-51
Drive Wheel Diameter: 51 inches
Cylinders: 21x26 inches
Maximum Tractive Effort: 34,400 pounds
Weight on Drivers: 157,500 pounds
Weight in Working Order (Engine Only): 157,500 pounds
Weight in Working Order (Engine and Tender): 248,060 pounds
Fuel: Oil

General Notes:

a. LA&SL 4243-4246 were built as LA&SL 40-43 in 1921; to LA&SL 4243-4246 in 1921
   

UP 0-6-0 -- 8 locomotives

1915 UP
Number
First
Number
Second
Number
Builder Builder
Number
Date
Built
Date
Vacated
UP 4300 UPRy 1100 UP 1100 Baldwin 11382 Nov 1890 May 1916
UP 4301 UPRy 1102 UP 1102 Baldwin 11377 Nov 1890 Jan 1916
UP 4302 UPRy 1103 UP 1103 Baldwin 11379 Nov 1890 May 1916
UP 4303 UPRy 1104 UP 1104 Baldwin 11383 Nov 1890 May 1916
UP 4304 UPRy 1106 UP 1106 Baldwin 11380 Nov 1890 May 1915
UP 4305 UPRy 1107 UP 1107 Baldwin 11385 Nov 1890 May 1916
UP 4306 UPRy 1108 UP 1108 Baldwin 11386 Nov 1890 Dec 1922
UP 4307 UPRy 1111 UP 1111 Baldwin 11401 Nov 1890 May 1916

Description:

Drive Wheel Diameter: 51 inches
Cylinders: 17x24 inches
Maximum Tractive Effort: 17,918 pounds
Weight on Drivers: 88,000 pounds
Weight in Working Order (Engine Only): 88,000 pounds
Weight in Working Order (Engine and Tender): 150,000 pounds
Fuel: Coal
 

UP 0-6-0 -- 14 locomotives

1915 UP
Number
First
Number
Second
Number
Builder Builder
Number
Date
Built
Date To
4310 Series
Date
Vacated
Notes
UP 4310 UPRy 1152 UP 1152 New York 212 Feb 1887 25 Jun 1915 Sep 1921  
UP 4311 UPRy 1156 UP 1156 New York 216 Feb 1887 5 Feb 1915 Oct 1918 1
UP 4312 UPRy 1157 UP 1157 New York 217 Feb 1887 11 Jan 1916 Sep 1921  
(UP 4313) UPRy 1158 UP 1158 New York 218 Feb 1887   May 1915  
UP 4314 UPRy 1160 UP 1160 New York 220 Mar 1887   Dec 1922  
UP 4315 UPRy 1161 UP 1161 New York 405 Oct 1888 27 Mar 1915 Oct 1918  
(UP 4316) UPRy 1162 UP 1162 New York 406 Oct 1888   May 1915  
(UP 4317) UPRy 1163 UP 1163 New York 407 Oct 1888   Mar 1916 2
UP 4318 UPRy 1164 UP 1164 New York 408 Oct 1888 24 Oct 1915 Apr 1923  
UP 4319 UPRy 1165 UP 1165 New York 409 Oct 1888 31 Mar 1915 Sep 1921  
(none) UPRy 1166 UP 1166 New York 410 Nov 1888   Feb 1912 3
UP 4320 UPRy 1167 UP 1167 New York 411 Nov 1888 31 Jul 1915 Nov 1917  
UP 4321 UPRy 1168 UP 1168 New York 412 Nov 1888 18 May 1915 Nov 1917  
UP 4322 UPRy 1169 UP 1169 New York 413 Nov 1888 11 Mar 1915 Oct 1923  
UP 4323 UPRy 1170 UP 1170 New York 414 Nov 1888 10 Dec 1915 Dec 1926  

Description:

Drive Wheel Diameter: 51 inches
Cylinders: 18x26 inches
Maximum Tractive Effort: 21,762 pounds
Weight on Drivers: 87,700 pounds
Weight in Working Order (Engine Only): 87,700 pounds
Weight in Working Order (Engine and Tender): 149,700 pounds
Fuel: Coal

General Notes:

a. UP 4310-4323 were built as UPRy 1152-1170 in 1887-1888; to UP 1152-1170 in 1898; to UP 4310-4323 in 1915-1916.
b. UP 4313 and 4316 may have been blank and not used; may not have been renumbered from their previous UP 1100 series; UP records do not show a renumber date; only UP 4314 is shown in the "Diagrams of Engines" book, revised to May 1918.

Notes:

1. UP 4311 was sold to Aunt Jemima Milling Company, St. Joseph, Missouri
2. UP 4317 was blank and not used; UP 1163 was rebuilt in March 1916 to 0-6-0 shop switcher "Wyoming", retaining its tender; vacated in 1927; scrapped in June 1928
3. UP 1166 (New York 410, Nov 1888) had previously been rebuilt in February 1912 to 0-6-0T shop switcher "Omaha" (2nd); scrapped in June 1925
   

UP 0-6-0 -- 8 locomotives

1915 UP
Number
First
Number
Second
Number
Builder Builder
Number
Date
Built
Date
Vacated
Notes
UP 4324 UPRy 1171 UP 1171 New York 574 Mar 1890 1924 1
UP 4325 UPRy 1172 UP 1172 New York 575 Mar 1890 Sep 1921  
UP 4326 UPRy 1173 UP 1173 New York 576 Mar 1890 Nov 1922  
UP 4327 UPRy 1174 UP 1174 New York 577 Mar 1890 Oct 1923  
UP 4328 UPRy 1175 UP 1175 New York 578 Mar 1890 Jun 1916  
UP 4329 UPRy 1176 UP 1176 New York 579 Mar 1890 Dec 1922  
UP 4330 UPRy 1179 UP 1179 New York 582 Apr 1890 Sep 1921  
UP 4331 UPRy 1180 UP 1180 New York 583 Apr 1890 Sep 1921  

Description:

Cabside Class: S-51
Drive Wheel Diameter: 51 inches
Cylinders: 18x26 inches
Maximum Tractive Effort: 22,464 pounds
Weight on Drivers: 98,000 pounds
Weight in Working Order (Engine Only): 98,000 pounds
Weight in Working Order (Engine and Tender): 160,000 pounds
Fuel: Coal

Notes:

1. UP 4324 was rebuilt to 0-6-0T shop switcher 010999 in 1924; sold in 1928 to United Commercial Company, San Francisco, California, as their number 5.
   

UP 0-6-0 -- 5 locomotives

1915 UP
Number
First
Number
Second
Number
Builder Builder
Number
Date
Built
Date
Vacated
Notes
UP 4332 UPRy 1181 UP 1181 Baldwin 11298 Oct 1890 Dec 1922 1
UP 4333 UPRy 1182 UP 1182 Baldwin 11310 Oct 1890 May 1916 2
UP 4334 UPRy 1183 UP 1183 Baldwin 11311 Oct 1890 Oct 1918 3
UP 4335 UPRy 1184 UP 1184 Baldwin 11313 Oct 1890 Feb 1915 4
UP 4336 UPRy 1185 UP 1185 Baldwin 11318 Oct 1890 Sep 1921 5

Description:

Drive Wheel Diameter:
Cylinders:

Notes:

1. UP 4332 was built as UPRy 1181 in 1890; to UP 1181 in 1898; to UP 4332 in 1915; vacated in 1922
2. UP 4333 was built as UPRy 1182 in 1890; to UP 1182 in 1898; to UP 4333 in 1915; vacated in 1916
3. UP 4334 was built as UPRy 1183 in 1890; to UP 1183 in 1898; to UP 4334 in 1915; vacated in 1918
4. UP 4335 was built as UPRy 1184 in 1890; to UP 1184 in 1898; to UP 4335 in 1915; vacated in 1915
5. UP 4336 was built as UPRy 1185 in 1890; to UP 1185 in 1898; to UP 4336 in 1915; vacated in 1921
   

UP 0-6-0 -- 1 locomotive

1915 UP
Number
First
Number
Second
Number
Builder Builder
Number
Date
Built
Date
Vacated
Notes
UP 4337 UPRy 1186 UP 1186 Baldwin 11529 Jan 1891 Sep 1921 1

Description:

Drive Wheel Diameter: 51 inches
Cylinders: 17x24 inches

Notes:

1. UP 4337 was built as UPRy 1186 in 1891; to UP 1186 in 1898; to UP 4337 in 1915; vacated in 1921
   

UP 0-6-0 -- 10 locomotives

1915 UP
Number
First
Number
Builder Builder
Number
Date
Built
Date
Vacated
Notes
UP 4338 UP 1187 Baldwin 18640 Jan 1901 May 1928  
UP 4339 UP 1188 Baldwin 18641 Jan 1901 Oct 1927  
UP 4340 UP 1189 Baldwin 18642 Jan 1901 May 1925 1
UP 4341 UP 1190 Baldwin 18643 Jan 1901 Nov 1926  
UP 4342 UP 1191 Baldwin 18666 Feb 1901 Oct 1927  
UP 4343 UP 1192 Baldwin 18667 Feb 1901 Jun 1925  
UP 4344 UP 1193 Baldwin 18668 Feb 1901 Dec 1933  
UP 4345 UP 1194 Baldwin 18669 Feb 1901 Nov 1925 2
UP 4346 UP 1195 Baldwin 18702 Feb 1901 Oct 1925  
UP 4347 UP 1196 Baldwin 18703 Feb 1901 Aug 1925 2

Description:

Drive Wheel Diameter:
Cylinders:

Notes:

1. UP 4340 was rebuilt to 0-6-0T shop switcher 03198 "Omaha" (3rd) in May 1925; scrapped in 1939.
2. UP 4345 and 4347 were sold to Kumpe-Hauser Construction Company, Riverside, California.
   

UP 0-6-0 -- 10 locomotives

1915 UP
Number
First
Number
Builder Builder
Number
Date
Built
Date
Vacated
Notes
UP 4350 UP 1201 Baldwin 25184 Feb 1905 Sep 1934  
UP 4351 UP 1202 Baldwin 25185 Feb 1905 Oct 1923 1
UP 4352 UP 1203 Baldwin 25186 Feb 1905 Aug 1931  
UP 4353 UP 1204 Baldwin 25207 Mar 1905 Aug 1929  
UP 4354 UP 1205 Baldwin 25208 Mar 1905 May 1928  
UP 4355 UP 1206 Baldwin 25209 Mar 1905 May 1936  
UP 4356 UP 1207 Baldwin 25210 Mar 1905 May 1936  
UP 4357 UP 1208 Baldwin 25236 Mar 1905 Sep 1934  
UP 4358 UP 1209 Baldwin 25237 Mar 1905 Aug 1929  
UP 4359 UP 1210 Baldwin 25263 Mar 1905 Aug 1929  

Description:

CS Class: S-1
Cabside Class: S-57
Drive Wheel Diameter: 57 inches
Cylinders: 20x26 inches
Maximum Tractive Effort: 27,915 pounds
Weight on Drivers: 150,000 pounds
Weight in Working Order (Engine Only): 150,000 pounds
Weight in Working Order (Engine and Tender): 234,700 pounds
Fuel: Coal

Notes:

1. UP 4351 was sold to OSL in October 1923; renumbered to OSL 4758.

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