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Union Pacific Steam Locomotives, 1915-1962

Part 19, UP 5000 to LA&SL 5529

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UP 2-10-2 -- 10 locomotives

Road
Number
Builder Builder
Number
Date
Built
Date
Vacated
1928 LA&SL
Number
Notes
UP 5000 Baldwin 45879 Jul 1917 Mar 1948    
UP 5001 Baldwin 45880 Jul 1917 Jan 1949    
UP 5002 Baldwin 45881 Jul 1917 Apr 1955    
UP 5003 Baldwin 45957 Jul 1917 Jul 1950    
UP 5004 Baldwin 45984 Jul 1917 Apr 1952    
UP 5005 Baldwin 45985 Jul 1917 Oct 1954    
UP 5006 Baldwin 45986 Jul 1917 Aug 1955    
UP 5007 Baldwin 46064 Aug 1917 1928 LA&SL 5525 1
UP 5008 Baldwin 46170 Aug 1917 Apr 1956    
UP 5009 Baldwin 46171 Aug 1917 Mar 1955    

Description:

CS Class: TTT-1
Cabside Class: TTT-63
Drive Wheel Diameter: 63 inches
Cylinders: 29-1/2x30 inches
Maximum Tractive Effort: 70,450 pounds
Weight on Drivers: 290,080 pounds
Weight in Working Order (Engine Only): 382,100 pounds
Weight in Working Order (Engine and Tender): (varied due to different tender styles)
Fuel: Coal

General Notes:

a. UP 5000-5004 were equipped with Street stokers.
b. UP 5005-5009 were equipped with Duplex stokers

Notes:

1. UP 5007 was converted from coal-fired to oil-fired and sold to LA&SL in 1928 as LA&SL 5525; assigned to helper service on Cajon Pass in California.
   

UP 2-10-2 -- 5 locomotives

Road
Number
Builder Builder
Number
Date
Built
Date
Vacated
1928 LA&SL
Number
Notes
UP 5010 Baldwin 51645 Mar 1919 1928 LA&SL 5526 1
UP 5011 Baldwin 51677 Apr 1919 1928 LA&SL 5527 1
UP 5012 Baldwin 51763 May 1919 1928 LA&SL 5528 1
UP 5013 Baldwin 51831 May 1919 1928 LA&SL 5529 1
UP 5014 Baldwin 51832 May 1919 May 1958   2

Description:

CS Class: TTT-3
Cabside Class: TTT-63
Drive Wheel Diameter: 63 inches
Cylinders: 29-1/2x30 inches
Maximum Tractive Effort: 70,450 pounds
Weight on Drivers: 297,865 pounds
Weight in Working Order (Engine Only): 392,700 pounds
Weight in Working Order (Engine and Tender): (varied due to different tender styles)
Fuel: Oil

General Notes:

a. Equipped with Street stokers.

Notes:

1. UP 5010-5013 (4 locomotives) were converted from coal burners to oil burners and sold to LA&SL in 1928 as LA&SL 5526-5529; assigned to helper service on Cajon Pass in California.
2. UP 5014 was retired in 1958 and assigned to snow protection service at Pocatello, Idaho.
   

UP 2-10-2 -- 25 locomotives

Road
Number
Builder Builder
Number
Date
Built
Fuel Date
Vacated
UP 5015 Baldwin 53403 Jul 1920 Coal Jun 1953
UP 5016 Baldwin 53404 Jul 1920 Coal Mar 1954
UP 5017 Baldwin 53435 Jul 1920 Coal Feb 1952
UP 5018 Baldwin 53436 Jul 1920 Coal Nov 1954
UP 5019 Baldwin 53465 Jul 1920 Coal Mar 1954
UP 5020 Baldwin 53466 Jul 1920 Coal May 1956
UP 5021 Baldwin 53506 Aug 1920 Coal Feb 1954
UP 5022 Baldwin 53507 Aug 1920 Coal Dec 1954
UP 5023 Baldwin 53527 Aug 1920 Oil Sep 1954
UP 5024 Baldwin 53528 Aug 1920 Oil Feb 1956
UP 5025 Baldwin 53558 Aug 1920 Coal Mar 1954
UP 5026 Baldwin 53559 Aug 1920 Oil Apr 1952
UP 5027 Baldwin 53616 Aug 1920 Coal Mar 1954
UP 5028 Baldwin 53617 Sep 1920 Coal Jul 1956
UP 5029 Baldwin 53647 Sep 1920 Coal Mar 1954
UP 5030 Baldwin 53648 Sep 1920 Coal Jul 1956
UP 5031 Baldwin 53675 Sep 1920 Coal Mar 1954
UP 5032 Baldwin 53676 Sep 1920 Coal Apr 1954
UP 5033 Baldwin 53677 Sep 1920 Coal Apr 1956
UP 5034 Baldwin 53705 Sep 1920 Coal Jul 1956
UP 5035 Baldwin 53706 Sep 1920 Oil Jan 1956
UP 5036 Baldwin 53746 Sep 1920 Coal Sep 1955
UP 5037 Baldwin 53844 Oct 1920 Oil Mar 1957
UP 5038 Baldwin 53909 Oct 1920 Coal Sep 1954
UP 5039 Baldwin 53943 Oct 1920 Coal Mar 1954

Description:

CS Class: TTT-4
Cabside Class: TTT-63
Drive Wheel Diameter: 63 inches
Cylinders: 29-1/2x30 inches
Maximum Tractive Effort: 70,450 pounds
Weight on Drivers: 286,460 pounds
Weight in Working Order (Engine Only): 382,100 pounds
Weight in Working Order (Engine and Tender): (varied due to different tender styles)
Fuel: (see above)

General Notes:

a. UP 5015-5039 were equipped with Street stokers; all but five locomotives (UP 5023, 5024, 5026, 5035, 5037) converted to Duplex stokers, resulting in 286,000 pounds operating weight.
   

UP 2-10-2 -- 10 locomotives

Road
Number
Builder Builder
Number
Date
Built
Date
Vacated
Notes
UP 5040 Brooks 64415 Aug 1923 Dec 1953  
UP 5041 Brooks 64416 Aug 1923 Apr 1958  
UP 5042 Brooks 64417 Aug 1923 Sep 1954  
UP 5043 Brooks 64418 Aug 1923 Dec 1954  
UP 5044 Brooks 64419 Aug 1923 Feb 1955  
UP 5045 Brooks 64420 Aug 1923 Dec 1947 1
UP 5046 Brooks 64421 Aug 1923 Dec 1954  
UP 5047 Brooks 64422 Aug 1923 Oct 1957  
UP 5048 Brooks 64423 Aug 1923 Mar 1952  
UP 5049 Brooks 64424 Aug 1923 May 1955  

Description:

CS Class: TTT-6
Cabside Class: TTT-63
Drive Wheel Diameter: 63 inches
Cylinders: 29-1/2x30 inches
Maximum Tractive Effort: 70,450 pounds
Weight on Drivers: 307,700 pounds
Weight in Working Order (Engine Only): 397,100 pounds
Weight in Working Order (Engine and Tender): (varied due to different tender styles)
Fuel: Coal

Notes:

1. UP 5045 was sold to Litchfield & Madison Railroad in December 1947 as their number 201.
   

UP 2-10-2 -- 3 locomotives

Road
Number
Builder Builder
Number
Date
Built
Date
Vacated
UP 5050 Baldwin 56714 Jul 1923 Mar 1955
UP 5051 Baldwin 56715 Jul 1923 Aug 1955
UP 5052 Baldwin 56716 Jul 1923 Mar 1955

Description:

CS Class: TTT-6
Cabside Class: TTT-63
Drive Wheel Diameter: 63 inches
Cylinders: 29-1/2x30 inches
Maximum Tractive Effort: 70,450 pounds
Weight on Drivers: 311,000 pounds
Weight in Working Order (Engine Only): 397,100 pounds
Weight in Working Order (Engine and Tender): (varied due to different tender styles)
Fuel: Coal
 

UP 2-10-2 -- 37 locomotives

Road
Number
Builder Builder
Number
Date
Built
Fuel Date
Vacated
Notes
UP 5053 Lima 6580 Jul 1923 Coal Aug 1955  
UP 5054 Lima 6581 Jul 1923 Coal Dec 1954  
UP 5055 Lima 6582 Aug 1923 Coal Mar 1954  
UP 5056 Lima 6583 Aug 1923 Coal Jul 1956  
UP 5057 Lima 6584 Aug 1923 Coal Mar 1955 1
UP 5058 Lima 6585 Aug 1923 Coal Oct 1954  
UP 5059 Lima 6586 Aug 1923 Coal Nov 1952  
UP 5060 Lima 6587 Aug 1923 Coal Aug 1955  
UP 5061 Lima 6588 Aug 1923 Coal Dec 1954  
UP 5062 Lima 6589 Aug 1923 Coal Oct 1954  
UP 5063 Lima 6590 Aug 1923 Coal Apr 1958 2
UP 5064 Lima 6591 Aug 1923 Coal Apr 1958 3
UP 5065 Lima 6592 Aug 1923 Coal Apr 1956  
UP 5066 Lima 6593 Aug 1923 Coal Mar 1954  
UP 5067 Lima 6594 Aug 1923 Coal Dec 1955  
UP 5068 Lima 6595 Aug 1923 Coal Sep 1954  
UP 5069 Lima 6596 Aug 1923 Coal May 1956  
UP 5070 Lima 6597 Aug 1923 Oil Mar 1948  
UP 5071 Lima 6598 Sep 1923 Coal May 1956  
UP 5072 Lima 6599 Sep 1923 Coal Mar 1956  
UP 5073 Lima 6600 Sep 1923 Coal Mar 1955  
UP 5074 Lima 6601 Sep 1923 Coal May 1955  
UP 5075 Lima 6602 Sep 1923 Coal Mar 1954  
UP 5076 Lima 6603 Sep 1923 Coal Jul 1950  
UP 5077 Lima 6604 Sep 1923 Coal Sep 1954  
UP 5078 Lima 6605 Sep 1923 Coal Apr 1958 4
UP 5079 Lima 6606 Sep 1923 Coal Jan 1956  
UP 5080 Lima 6607 Sep 1923 Coal Mar 1957  
UP 5081 Lima 6608 Sep 1923 Coal Mar 1954  
UP 5082 Lima 6609 Sep 1923 Coal Mar 1954  
UP 5083 Lima 6610 Oct 1923 Oil Mar 1955  
UP 5084 Lima 6611 Oct 1923 Coal Jul 1954  
UP 5085 Lima 6612 Oct 1923 Coal Dec 1955  
UP 5086 Lima 6613 Oct 1923 Coal Mar 1954  
UP 5087 Lima 6614 Oct 1923 Coal May 1955  
UP 5088 Lima 6615 Oct 1923 Coal Apr 1956  
UP 5089 Lima 6616 Oct 1923 Coal Feb 1955  

Description:

CS Class: TTT-6
Cabside Class TTT-63
Drive Wheel Diameter: 63 inches
Cylinders: 29-1/2x30 inches
Maximum Tractive Effort: 70,450 pounds
Weight on Drivers: (varied depending on different stokers and feedwater heaters)
Weight in Working Order (Engine Only): (varied depending on different stokers and feedwater heaters)
Weight in Working Order (Engine and Tender): (varied depending on different stokers, feedwater heaters, and tender styles)
Fuel: (see above)

Notes:

1. UP 5057 had an actual build date of June 1923, as shown on its builder plate.
2. UP 5063 was retired in April 1958 and assigned to snow protection service at Cheyenne, Wyoming.
3. UP 5064 was retired in April 1958 and assigned to snow protection service at Laramie, Wyoming.
4. UP 5078 was retired in April 1958 and assigned to snow protection service at Denver, Colorado.
   

LA&SL 4-10-2 -- 1 locomotive (two-cylinder type; converted from three-cylinder type)

1942 LA&SL
Number
First
Number
Second
Number
Date To
5090 Series
Builder Builder
Number
Date
Built
Date
Vacated
LA&SL 5090 UP 8000 LA&SL 8809 Jun 1942 Brooks 66189 May 1925 Mar 1954

Description:

Cabside Class: FTT-63
Drive Wheel Diameter: 63 inches
Cylinders: 27x32 inches
Maximum Tractive Effort: 72,400 pounds
Weight on Drivers: 306,900 pounds
Weight in Working Order (Engine Only): 405,700 pounds
Weight in Working Order (Engine and Tender): 714,616 pounds
Fuel: Oil

General Notes:

a.

LA&SL 5090 was built as UP 8000 as a coal-fired three-cylinder locomotive in 1925; converted to oil-fired and loaned to LA&SL in March 1929; sold to LA&SL in October 1929 and renumbered to LA&SL 8809; converted to a two-cylinder locomotive in June 1942 and renumbered to LA&SL 5090; vacated in 1954.

Coal burning U.P. 8000 as built in 1925. It was a test engine and resulted in an order for nine more oil burners built in 1926 for the L.A.&S.L., 8800 to 8808. In 1929, the 8000 was loaned to the L.A.&S.L. and converted to burn oil. The 8000 was sold to the L.A.&S.L. the same year and renumbered to 8809. Later, they all received large 1800 gallon tenders like the 4-12-2 tenders only with oil bunkers. They were all rebuilt to two cylinder engines starting in 1942 and kept their tenders. The 8800 was renumbered 5090 and the rest became 5091 to 5099. They stayed on the L.A.&S.L. until moving east at the end of their service lives due to dieselization. They were all off the roster by early 1954. (Steve Solombrino, email to UP Modelers Yaho discussion group, dated July 6, 2002)

   

LA&SL 4-10-2 -- 9 locomotives (two-cylinder type; converted from three-cylinder type)

1942 LA&SL
Number
First
Number
Date To
5091 Series
Builder Builder
Number
Date
Built
Date
Vacated
LA&SL 5091 LA&SL 8800 Nov 1942 Brooks 66726 Jun 1926 Mar 1954
LA&SL 5092 LA&SL 8801 Dec 1942 Brooks 66727 Jun 1926 Mar 1954
LA&SL 5093 LA&SL 8802 Oct 1942 Brooks 66728 Jun 1926 Mar 1954
LA&SL 5094 LA&SL 8803 Sep 1942 Brooks 66729 Jun 1926 Feb 1948
LA&SL 5095 LA&SL 8804 Apr 1942 Brooks 66730 Jun 1926 Apr 1953
LA&SL 5096 LA&SL 8805 Dec 1942 Brooks 66731 Jun 1926 Jan 1948
LA&SL 5097 LA&SL 8806 Oct 1942 Brooks 66732 Jun 1926 Mar 1954
LA&SL 5098 LA&SL 8807 Nov 1942 Brooks 66733 Jun 1926 Nov 1949
LA&SL 5099 LA&SL 8808 Jan 1943 Brooks 66734 Jun 1926 Nov 1949

Description:

Cabside Class: FTT-63
Drive Wheel Diameter: 63 inches
Cylinders: 27x32 inches
Maximum Tractive Effort: 72,400 pounds
Weight on Drivers: 306,900 pounds
Weight in Working Order (Engine Only): 405,700 pounds
Weight in Working Order (Engine and Tender): 714,616 pounds
Fuel: Oil

General Notes:

a. LA&SL 5091-5099 were built as LA&SL 8800-8808 in 1926 as three-cylinder locomotives; converted to two-cylinder locomotives in 1942-1943 and renumbered to LA&SL 5091-5099.
   

OSL 2-10-2 -- 6 locomotives

1918 OSL
Number
Previous
Number
Date To
OSL
Builder Builder
Number
Date
Built
Date
Vacated
OSL 5300 LA&SL 3800 (1st) Jun 1920 Baldwin 47652 Feb 1918 Feb 1955
OSL 5301 LA&SL 3801 (1st) Jun 1920 Baldwin 47800 Feb 1918 Mar 1958
OSL 5302 LA&SL 3802 (1st) Jun 1920 Baldwin 47801 Feb 1918 Feb 1954
OSL 5303 LA&SL 3803 (1st) Jun 1920 Baldwin 47921 Feb 1918 Feb 1955
OSL 5304 LA&SL 3804 (1st) Jun 1920 Baldwin 47922 Mar 1918 Jul 1956
OSL 5305 LA&SL 3805 (1st) Jun 1920 Baldwin 47965 Mar 1918 Mar 1952

Description:

CS Class: TTT-2
Cabside Class: TTT-63
Drive Wheel Diameter: 63 inches
Cylinders: 29-1/2x30 inches
Maximum Tractive Effort: 70,450 pounds
Weight on Drivers: 286,460 pounds
Weight in Working Order (Engine Only): 382,100 pounds
Weight in Working Order (Engine and Tender): (varied due to different tender styles)
Fuel: Coal

General Notes:

a. OSL 5300-5305 were built as LA&SL 3800-3805 in 1918; transferred to OSL in June 1920, converted from oil-burning to coal-burning and numbered as OSL 5300-5305.
   

OSL (UP) 2-10-2 -- 8 locomotives

Road
Number
Builder Builder
Number
Date
Built
Date
Vacated
OSL 5306 Brooks 64407 Jul 1923 Jul 1950
OSL 5307 Brooks 64408 Jul 1923 Apr 1958
OSL 5308 Brooks 64409 Jul 1923 Jul 1950
OSL 5309 Brooks 64410 Jul 1923 May 1955
OSL 5310 Brooks 64411 Jul 1923 May 1955
OSL 5311 Brooks 64412 Jul 1923 Aug 1956
OSL 5312 Brooks 64413 Jul 1923 Oct 1954
OSL 5313 Brooks 64414 Jul 1923 Dec 1955

Description:

CS Class: TTT-6
Cabside Class: TTT-63
Drive Wheel Diameter: 63 inches
Cylinders: 29-1/2x30 inches
Maximum Tractive Effort: 70,450 pounds
Weight on Drivers: 307,700 pounds
Weight in Working Order (Engine Only): 397,100 pounds
Weight in Working Order (Engine and Tender): (varied due to different tender styles)
Fuel: Coal

General Notes:

a. All eight locomotives (OSL 5306-5313) were equipped with trailing truck boosters from the late 1920s to mid 1934, resulting in 80,950 pounds tractive effort, an increase of 10,500 pounds.
b. OSL 5307 was retired in April 1958 and assigned to snow protection at Rawlins, Wyoming.
c. Photographic research indicates that several OSL 5300-series 2-10-2s were later transferred to Union Pacific ownership, with UP initials as part of the cab side classification marking; included were UP 5306-5313 (8 locomotives); one source states that all eight locomotives were owned by UP and leased to (and lettered for) OSL, but photographs show that they remained as UP-initialed locomotives.
d. The 1943 edition of UP's Form 70 book (List of Agencies, Stations, Equipment, Etc., No. 63), on pages 280 and 281, shows all eight locomotives as having UP initials, without any additional notation.
   

OSL 2-10-2 -- 5 locomotives

1928 OSL
Number
Previous
Number
Date To
OSL
Builder Builder
Number
Date
Built
Fuel Date
Vacated
OSL 5314 OWRR&N 5408 1928 Baldwin 56080 Jan 1923 Coal 1931
OSL 5315 OWRR&N 5409 1928 Baldwin 56195 Mar 1923 Oil May 1956
OSL 5316 OWRR&N 5411 1928 Baldwin 56197 Mar 1923 Oil Jan 1958
OSL 5317 OWRR&N 5412 1928 Baldwin 56198 Mar 1923 Oil Apr 1952
OSL 5318 OWRR&N 5413 1928 Baldwin 56199 Mar 1923 Coal May 1956

Description:

Cabside Class: TTT-63
Drive Wheel Diameter: 63 inches
Cylinders: 29-1/2x30 inches
Maximum Tractive Effort: 70,450 pounds
Weight on Drivers: 293,500 pounds (later 303,535 pounds, with improved Duplex stoker)
Weight in Working Order (Engine Only): 376,100 pounds (391,000 pounds with improved Duplex stoker)
Weight in Working Order (Engine and Tender): (varied due to different tender styles)
Fuel: (see above)

General Notes:

a. OSL 5314-5318 were built as OWRR&N 5408-5413 in 1923; sold to OSL in 1928; renumbered to OSL 5314-5318 (OSL 5414 was returned to OWRR&N in 1931).
b. OSL 5314-5318 were equipped with trailing truck boosters from the late 1920s to mid 1934, resulting in 80,950 pounds tractive effort, an increase of 10,500 pounds.
c. Built as coal burners; three locomotives converted to oil burners after 1931
   

OWRR&N 2-10-2 -- 15 locomotives

Road
Number
Builder Builder
Number
Date
Built
Date
Vacated
1928 OSL
Number
OWRR&N 5400 Baldwin 55903 Dec 1922 Jul 1954  
OWRR&N 5401 Baldwin 55904 Dec 1922 Apr 1955  
OWRR&N 5402 Baldwin 55994 Jan 1923 Mar 1955  
OWRR&N 5403 Baldwin 55995 Jan 1923 Feb 1954  
OWRR&N 5404 Baldwin 55996 Jan 1923 Mar 1955  
OWRR&N 5405 Baldwin 56077 Jan 1923 Mar 1955  
OWRR&N 5406 Baldwin 56078 Jan 1923 Mar 1955  
OWRR&N 5407 Baldwin 56079 Jan 1923 Dec 1954  
OWRR&N 5408 Baldwin 56080 Jan 1923 1928 OSL 5314
OWRR&N 5409 Baldwin 56195 Mar 1923 1928 OSL 5315
OWRR&N 5410 Baldwin 56196 Mar 1923 Mar 1955  
OWRR&N 5411 Baldwin 56197 Mar 1923 1928 OSL 5316
OWRR&N 5412 Baldwin 56198 Mar 1923 1928 OSL 5317
OWRR&N 5413 Baldwin 56199 Mar 1923 1928 OSL 5318
OWRR&N 5414 Baldwin 56200 Mar 1923 Jul 1956  

Description:

CS Class: TTT-5
Cabside Class: TTT-63
Drive Wheel Diameter: 63 inches
Cylinders: 29-1/2x30 inches
Maximum Tractive Effort: 70,450 pounds
Weight on Drivers: (see below)
Weight in Working Order (Engine Only): (see below)
Weight in Working Order (Engine and Tender): (varied due to different tender styles)
Fuel: Oil

General Notes:

a. OWRR&N 5400-5414 were equipped with trailing truck boosters from the late 1920s to mid 1934, resulting in 80,950 pounds tractive effort, an increase of 10,500 pounds.
b. Weights:
    Weight-On-Drivers Total Engine Weight
  As Built 286,840 pounds 379,300 pounds
  w/ Feed Water Heater 290,840 pounds 384,800 pounds
  w/ Trailing Truck Booster 292,050 pounds 380,280 pounds
  w/ Trailing Truck Booster and
Feed Water Heater
300,820 pounds 386,760 pounds

Notes:

1. OWRR&N 54508, 5409, 5411, 5412, 5413 (5 locomotives) were sold to OSL in 1928; renumbered to OSL 5314-5318 (OSL 5408 was returned to OWRR&N in 1931).
   

LA&SL 2-10-2 -- 15 locomotives

Road
Number
Builder Builder
Number
Date
Built
Date
Vacated
Notes
LA&SL 5500 Baldwin 56772 Aug 1923 Nov 1949  
LA&SL 5501 Baldwin 56773 Aug 1923 Dec 1955  
LA&SL 5502 Baldwin 56769 Aug 1923 Sep 1955  
LA&SL 5503 Baldwin 56774 Aug 1923 Jan 1956  
LA&SL 5504 Baldwin 56845 Aug 1923 Jul 1950  
LA&SL 5505 Baldwin 56846 Aug 1923 Nov 1949  
LA&SL 5506 Baldwin 56847 Aug 1923 Nov 1949  
LA&SL 5507 Baldwin 56897 Sep 1923 Oct 1954  
LA&SL 5508 Baldwin 56898 Sep 1923 Nov 1954  
LA&SL 5509 Baldwin 56899 Sep 1923 Mar 1955  
LA&SL 5510 Baldwin 56900 Sep 1923 Nov 1949  
LA&SL 5511 Baldwin 56999 Sep 1923 Jul 1962 1
LA&SL 5512 Baldwin 57000 Sep 1923 Mar 1955  
LA&SL 5513 Baldwin 57031 Oct 1923 Mar 1955  
LA&SL 5514 Baldwin 57032 Oct 1923 Mar 1955  

Description:

CS Class: TTT-6
Cabside Class: TTT-63
Drive Wheel Diameter: 63 inches
Cylinders: 29-1/2x30 inches
Maximum Tractive Effort: 70,450 pounds
Weight on Drivers: 298,000 pounds
Weight in Working Order (Engine Only): 387,100 pounds
Weight in Working Order (Engine and Tender): 617,100 pounds
Fuel: Oil

Notes:

1. LA&SL 5511 was retired in July 1962 and held for historical purposes at Cheyenne, Wyoming.
   

LA&SL 2-10-2 -- 10 locomotives

Road
Number
Builder Builder
Number
Date
Built
Date
Vacated
LA&SL 5515 Baldwin 57793 Jun 1924 Mar 1955
LA&SL 5516 Baldwin 57794 Jun 1924 Jan 1956
LA&SL 5517 Baldwin 57795 Jun 1924 Jan 1956
LA&SL 5518 Baldwin 57820 Jun 1924 Jan 1956
LA&SL 5519 Baldwin 57821 Jun 1924 Sep 1955
LA&SL 5520 Baldwin 57826 Jun 1924 Nov 1949
LA&SL 5521 Baldwin 57827 Jun 1924 Nov 1949
LA&SL 5522 Baldwin 57836 Aug 1924 Feb 1955
LA&SL 5523 Baldwin 57837 Aug 1924 Nov 1949
LA&SL 5524 Baldwin 57838 Aug 1924 Feb 1956

Description:

CS Class: TTT-7
Cabside Class: TTT-63
Drive Wheel Diameter: 63 inches
Cylinders: 29-1/2x30 inches
Maximum Tractive Effort: 70,450 pounds
Weight on Drivers: 298,000 pounds
Weight in Working Order (Engine Only): 383,000 pounds
Weight in Working Order (Engine and Tender): 613,480 pounds
Fuel: Oil
 

LA&SL 2-10-2 -- 1 locomotive

1928 LA&SL
Number
Previous
Number
Date To
LA&SL
Builder Builder
Number
Date
Built
Date
Vacated
LA&SL 5525 UP 5007 1928 Baldwin 46064 Aug 1917 Jun 1955

Description:

CS Class: TTT-1
Cabside Class: TTT-63
Drive Wheel Diameter: 63 inches
Cylinders: 29-1/2x30 inches
Maximum Tractive Effort: 70,450 pounds
Weight on Drivers: 291,270 pounds
Weight in Working Order (Engine Only): 361,500 pounds
Weight in Working Order (Engine and Tender): (varied due to different tender styles)
Fuel: Oil

General Notes:

a. LA&SL 5525 was built as UP 5007 in 1917; converted from coal burner to oil burner and sold to LA&SL in 1928 as LA&SL 5525; assigned to helper service on Cajon Pass in California.
   

LA&SL 2-10-2 -- 4 locomotives

1928 LA&SL
Number
Previous
Number
Date To
LA&SL
Builder Builder
Number
Date
Built
Date
Vacated
LA&SL 5526 UP 5010 1928 Baldwin 51645 Mar 1919 Jul 1954
LA&SL 5527 UP 5011 1928 Baldwin 51677 Apr 1919 Oct 1954
LA&SL 5528 UP 5012 1928 Baldwin 51763 May 1919 Aug 1955
LA&SL 5529 UP 5013 1928 Baldwin 51831 May 1919 Jan 1956

Description:

CS Class: TTT-3
Cabside Class: TTT-63
Drive Wheel Diameter: 63 inches
Cylinders: 29-1/2x30 inches
Maximum Tractive Effort: 70,450 pounds
Weight on Drivers: 291,270 pounds
Weight in Working Order (Engine Only): 361,500 pounds
Weight in Working Order (Engine and Tender): (varied due to different tender styles)
Fuel: Oil

General Notes:

a. LA&SL 5526-5529 were built as UP 5010-5013 in 1919; converted from coal-fired to oil-fired and sold to LA&SL in 1928 as LA&SL 5526-5529; assigned to helper service on Cajon Pass in California.

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