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Colorado Central Railroad

Standard Gauge Locomotives

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Colorado Central 4-4-0 -- 1 locomotive

CC
Number
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CC Ry
Builder Builder
Number
Date
Built
Date
Vacated
Notes
CC 1 UPRR 3 (1st) 1868 Manchester 51 Aug 1864 Bef 1885 1

Description:

Drive Wheel Diameter: 60 inches
Cylinders: 14x22 inches

Notes:

1. Colorado Central 1 was built for UPRR as "Manchester" in 1864; sold to UPRR contractor in December 1864; sold back to UPRR in early 1867 as UPRR 3; to Colorado Central 1 in 1868; gone by June 1885 system renumbering (G. M. Best says "gone in 1866")
   

Colorado Central 4-6-0 -- 1 locomotive

Road
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CC Ry
Builder Builder
Number
Date
Vacated
Notes
CC 2 (1st) UPRR 56 (1st) 1870 Moore & Richardson   Before 1872 1

Description:

Drive Wheel Diameter: 55 inches
Cylinders: 18x24 inches

Notes:

1. Colorado Central 2 (1st) was purchased secondhand in 1867 by UPRR from contractor Casement; to UPRR 56 (1st) in 1867; to Colorado Central in 1870; vacated by CC before 1872
   

Colorado Central 4-4-0 -- 1 locomotive

CC
Number
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Date To
CC
Builder Builder
Number
Date
Built
1885 CC
Number
Notes
CC 2 (2nd) UPRR 2 (1st) 1872 Danforth, Cooke   Sep 1864 CC 331 1

Description:

Drive Wheel Diameter: 60 inches (later 57 inches)
Cylinders: 14x22 inches (later 16x24 inches)

Notes:

1. Colorado Central 2 (2nd) was built for UPRR as "Major General McPherson" in 1864; sold to UPRR contractor in December 1864; sold back to UPRR in early 1867 as UPRR 2; to Colorado Central 2 (2nd) in 1872; to CC 331 in 1885; off roster by 1897; further disposition unknown (Kratville says "scrapped in 1888")
   

Colorado Central 4-4-0 -- 1 locomotive

CC
Number
Previous
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Date To
CC
Builder Builder
Number
Date
Built
Date
Rebuilt
1885 UPRy
Number
Notes
CC 3 UPRR 6 1871 Hinkley & Williams [752] Aug 1865 May 1886 CC 1391 1

Description:

Drive Wheel Diameter: 60 inches (later 63 inches)
Cylinders: 14x22 inches (later 15x24 inches)

Notes:

1. Colorado Central 3 was built as "Black Hawk" in 1865 (owner unknown); to UPRR 6 in June 1866; to Colorado Central 3 in 1871; to Colorado Central 1391 in 1885; rebuilt in May 1886 and numbered as Colorado Central 825; Colorado Central became part of UPD&G in 1890, sold to independent UPD&G in 1893; to UPD&G 34 in 1896; to C&S 144 in 1899; dismantled by C&S in 1906.
   

Colorado Central 4-4-0 -- 1 locomotive

CC
Number
First
Number
Date To
CC
Builder Builder
Number
Date
Built
1885 UPRy
Number
Notes
CC 4 UPRR 60 1874 Schenectady 496 Jun 1868 CC 584 1

Description:

Drive Wheel Diameter: 60 inches (rebuilt in January 1892 to 69 inches)
Cylinders: 16x24 inches (rebuilt in January 1892 to 18x24 inches)

Notes:

1. Colorado Central 4 was built as UPRR 60 in 1868; to Colorado Central 4 in 1874; to Colorado Central 584 in 1885; Colorado Central became part of UPD&G in 1890, sold to independent UPD&G in 1893; rebuilt to UPD&G 830 in 1892; to UPD&G 35 in 1896; to C&S 145 in 1899; dismantled by C&S in December 1914
   

Colorado Central 4-4-0 -- 2 locomotives

CC
Number
Previous
Number
Date To
CC
Builder Builder
Number
Date
Built
1885 UPRy
Number
Notes
CC 5 UPRR 160 1878 Taunton 462 Dec 1869 CC 568 1
CC 6 UPRR 161 1878 Taunton 463 Dec 1869 CC 569 2

General Notes:

a. Individual locomotive specifications:
  CC
Number
As Built
Specs.
Later
Specs.
Date
Rebuilt
  CC 5 66-16x24 62-17x24 Dec 1881
  CC 6 66-16x24 64-17x24 Aug 1881

Notes:

1. Colorado Central 5 was built as UPRR 160 in 1869; to Colorado Central 5 in 1878;  to Colorado Central 568 in 1885; Colorado Central became part of UPD&G in 1890, sold to independent UPD&G in 1893; to UPD&G 18 in 1896; to C&S 104 in 1899; retired by C&S in 1902
2. Colorado Central 6 was built as UPRR 161 in 1869; to Colorado Central 6 in 1878;  to Colorado Central 569 in 1885; Colorado Central became part of UPD&G in 1890, sold to independent UPD&G in 1893; to UPD&G 19 in 1896; to C&S 105 in 1899; retired by C&S in 1903
   

Colorado Central 4-4-0 -- 1 locomotive

CC
Number
Builder Builder
Number
Date
Built
1885 UPRy
Number
Notes
CC 7 Schenectady 1106 Dec 1878 CC 585 1

Description:

Drive Wheel Diameter: 63 inches (rebuilt in April 1879 to 64 inches)
Cylinders: 17x24 inches

Notes:

1. Built as Colorado Central 7 in 1879; to CC 585 in 1885; Colorado Central became part of UPD&G in 1890, sold to independent UPD&G in 1893; to UPD&G 17 in 1896; to C&S 103 in 1899; sold by C&S in 1900
   

Colorado Central 4-4-0 -- 2 locomotives

CC
Number
Previous
Number
Date To
CC
Builder Builder
Number
Date
Built
1885 UPRy
Number
Notes
CC 91 UPRR 91 1878 Baldwin 1715 Apr 1868 CC 912 1
CC 92 UPRR 92 1878 Baldwin 1716 Apr 1868 CC 913 2

General Notes:

a. Individual locomotive specifications:
  CC
Number
As Built
Specs.
Later
Specs.
Date
Rebuilt
  CC 91 54-18x22 56-18x24 Oct 1883
  CC 92 54-18x22 56-18x24 Dec 1881

Notes:

1. Colorado Central 91 was built as UPRR 91 in 1868; to Colorado Central 91 in 1878; to Colorado Central 912 in 1885; Colorado Central became part of UPD&G in 1890, sold to independent UPD&G in 1893; to UPD&G 65 in 1896; to C&S 308 in 1899; dismantled by C&S in 1901
2. Colorado Central 92 was built as UPRR 92 in 1868; to Colorado Central 92 in 1878; to Colorado Central 913 in 1885; Colorado Central became part of UPD&G in 1890, sold to independent UPD&G in 1893; to UPD&G 60 in 1896; to C&S 304 in 1899; dismantled by C&S in 1903
   

Colorado Central Julesburg Branch

Colorado Central Julesburg Branch 4-4-0 -- 4 locomotives

CCJB
Number
Previous
Number
Date To
CCJB
Builder Builder
Number
Date
Built
1885 UPRy
Number
Notes
CCJB 8 UPRR 29 1882 Rogers 1480 Jul 1867 CCJB 563 1
CCJB 9 UPRR 30 1882 Rogers 1481 Aug 1867 CCJB 564 2
CCJB 10 UPRR 31 1882 Rogers 1482 Aug 1867 CCJB 565 3
CCJB 11 UPRR 32 1882 Rogers 1483 Aug 1867 CCJB 395 4

General Notes:

a. Builder numbers shown are taken from Robert Lehmuth's list dated May 2009; earlier lists done by G. M. Best in the mid 1960s show a different series of Rogers builder numbers being assigned to UPRR 28-32
b. Individual locomotive specifications:
  CCJB
Number
As Built
Specs.
Later
Specs.
Date
Rebuilt
  CCJB 8 60-16x24 64-17x24 Mar 1884
  CCJB 9 60-16x24 64-17x24 Nov 1883
  CCJB 10 60-16x24 64-17x24 Mar 1884
  CCJB 11 60-16x24 64-16x24  

Notes:

1. CCJB 8 was built as UPRR 29 in 1867; to DP 29 in 1868, used for Denver Pacific construction 1868-70, named "David H. Moffat"; returned to UPRR 29 in 1870; to UPRy 29 in 1880; to Colorado Central Julesburg Branch 8 in 1882; to Colorado Central Julesburg Branch 563 in 1885; Colorado Central became part of UPD&G in 1890, sold to independent UPD&G in 1893; to UPD&G 23 in 1896; to C&S 108 in 1899; dismantled by C&S in 1900
2. CCJB 9 was built as UPRR 30 in 1867; to DP 30 in 1868, used for Denver Pacific construction 1868-70, named "John Evans"; returned to UPRR 30 in 1870; to UPRy 30 in 1880; to Colorado Central Julesburg Branch 9 in 1882; to Colorado Central Julesburg Branch 564 in 1885; Colorado Central became part of UPD&G in 1890, sold to independent UPD&G in 1893; to UPD&G 24 in 1896; to C&S 109 in 1899; retired by C&S in 1902; dismantled by C&S in 1907
3. CCJB 10 was built as UPRR 31 in 1867; to DP 31 in 1868, used for Denver Pacific construction 1868-70, named "W. S. Cheesman"; returned to UPRR 31 in 1870; to UPRy 31 in 1880; to Colorado Central Julesburg Branch 10 in 1882; to Colorado Central Julesburg Branch 565 in 1885; Colorado Central became part of UPD&G in 1890, sold to independent UPD&G in 1893; to UPD&G 25 in 1896; to C&S 110 in 1899; dismantled by C&S in 1909
4. CCJB 11 was built as UPRR 32 in 1867; to UPRy 32 in 1880; to Colorado Central Julesburg Branch 11 in 1882; to Colorado Central Julesburg Branch 395 in 1885; Colorado Central became part of UPD&G in 1890, sold to independent UPD&G in 1893; to UPD&G 15 in 1896; to C&S 100 in 1899; dismantled by C&S in 1902
   

Colorado Central Julesburg Branch 4-6-0 -- 6 locomotives

CCJB
Number
Previous
Number
Date To
CCJB
Builder Builder
Number
Date
Built
1885 UPRy
Number
Notes
CCJB 12 UPRy 236 1882 Taunton 777 Mar 1881 CCJB 958 1
CCJB 13 UPRy 237 1882 Taunton 778 Apr 1881 CCJB 959 2
CCJB 14 UPRy 241 1882 Taunton 786 May 1881 CCJB 960 3
CCJB 15 UPRy 251 (1st) 1882 Taunton 797 Aug 1881 CCJB 961 4
CCJB 16 UPRy 257 (1st) 1882 Taunton 803 Sep 1881 CCJB 962 5
CCJB 17 UPRy 258 (1st) 1882 Taunton 804 Sep 1881 CCJB 963 6

Description:

Drive Wheel Diameter: 54 inches (later 57 inches)
Cylinders: 18x24 inches

Notes:

1. CCJB 12 was built as UPRy 236 in 1881; to Colorado Central Julesburg Branch 12 in 1882; to Colorado Central Julesburg Branch 958 in 1885; Colorado Central became part of UPD&G in 1890, sold to independent UPD&G in 1893; to UPD&G 61 in 1896; to C&S 305 in 1899; retired by C&S in 1902
2. CCJB 13 was built as UPRy 237 in 1881; to Colorado Central Julesburg Branch 13 in 1882; to Colorado Central Julesburg Branch 959 in 1885; Colorado Central became part of UPD&G in 1890, sold to independent UPD&G in 1893; to UPD&G 62 in 1896; to C&S 306 in 1899; retired by C&S in 1902
3. CCJB 14 was built as UPRy 241 in 1881; to Colorado Central Julesburg Branch 14 in 1882; to Colorado Central Julesburg Branch 960 in 1885; Colorado Central became part of UPD&G in 1890, sold to independent UPD&G in 1893
4. CCJB 15 was built as UPRy 251 (1st) in 1881; to Colorado Central Julesburg Branch 15 in 1882; to Colorado Central Julesburg Branch 961 in 1885; Colorado Central became part of UPD&G in 1890, sold to independent UPD&G in 1893; to UPD&G 63 in 1896; to C&S 307 in 1899; sold by C&S in 1901
5. CCJB 16 was built as UPRy 257 (1st) in 1881; to Colorado Central Julesburg Branch 16 in 1882; to Colorado Central Julesburg Branch 962 in 1885; Colorado Central became part of UPD&G in 1890, sold to independent UPD&G in 1893; vacated between 1894 and 1898
6. CCJB 17 was built as UPRy 258 (1st) in 1881; to Colorado Central Julesburg Branch 17 in 1882; to Colorado Central Julesburg Branch 963 in 1885; to St.J&GI 2 (2nd) in 1893; rebuilt to 4-4-0 St.J&GI 20 (2nd) at Grand Island Shops in 1905
   

UPRy 1885 Numbers

Colorado Central 4-4-0 -- 1 locomotive

1885 CC
Number
First
Number
Second
Number
Builder Builder
Number
Date
Built
Notes
CC 331 UPRR 2 (1st) CC 2 (2nd) Danforth, Cooke [382] Sep 1864 1

Description:

Drive Wheel Diameter: 60 inches (later 57 inches)
Cylinders: 14x22 inches (later 16x24 inches)

Notes:

1. Colorado Central 2 (2nd) was built for UPRR as "Major General McPherson" in 1864; sold to UPRR contractor in December 1864; sold back to UPRR in early 1867 as UPRR 2; to Colorado Central 2 (2nd) in 1872; to CC 331 in 1885; Colorado Central became part of UPD&G in 1890, sold to independent UPD&G in 1893; off roster by 1897; further disposition unknown (Kratville says "scrapped in 1888")
   

Colorado Central Julesburg Branch 4-4-0 -- 1 locomotive

1885 UPRy
Number
First
Number
Second
Number
Builder Builder
Number
Date
Built
Notes
CCJB 395 UPRR 32 CCJB 11 Rogers 1483 Aug 1867 1

General Notes:

a. Builder number shown is taken from Robert Lehmuth's list dated May 2009; earlier lists done by G. M. Best in the mid 1960s show a different series of Rogers builder numbers being assigned to UPRR 28-32
b. Individual locomotive specifications:
  CCJB
Number
As Built
Specs.
Later
Specs.
Date
Rebuilt
  CCJB 395 60-16x24 64-16x24  

Notes:

1. CCJB 395 was built as UPRR 32 in 1867; to UPRy 32 in 1880; to Colorado Central Julesburg Branch 11 in 1882; to Colorado Central Julesburg Branch 395 in 1885; Colorado Central became part of UPD&G in 1890, sold to independent UPD&G in 1893; to UPD&G 15 in 1896; to C&S 100 in 1899; dismantled by C&S in 1902
   

Colorado Central Julesburg Branch 4-4-0 -- 3 locomotives

1885 UPRy
Number
First
Number
Second
Number
Builder Builder
Number
Date
Built
Notes
CCJB 563 UPRR 29 CCJB 8 Rogers 1480 Jul 1867 1
CCJB 564 UPRR 30 CCJB 9 Rogers 1481 Aug 1867 2
CCJB 565 UPRR 31 CCJB 10 Rogers 1482 Aug 1867 3

General Notes:

a. Builder numbers shown are taken from Robert Lehmuth's list dated May 2009; earlier lists done by G. M. Best in the mid 1960s show a different series of Rogers builder numbers being assigned to UPRR 28-32
b. Individual locomotive specifications:
  CCJB
Number
As Built
Specs.
Later
Specs.
Date
Rebuilt
  CCJB 563 60-16x24 64-17x24 Mar 1884
  CCJB 564 60-16x24 64-17x24 Nov 1883
  CCJB 565 60-16x24 64-17x24 Mar 1884

Notes:

1. CCJB 563 was built as UPRR 29 in 1867; to DP 29 in 1868, used for Denver Pacific construction 1868-70, named "David H. Moffat"; returned to UPRR 29 in 1870; to UPRy 29 in 1880; to Colorado Central Julesburg Branch 8 in 1882; to Colorado Central Julesburg Branch 563 in 1885; Colorado Central became part of UPD&G in 1890, sold to independent UPD&G in 1893; to UPD&G 23 in 1896; to C&S 108 in 1899; dismantled by C&S in 1900
2. CCJB 564 was built as UPRR 30 in 1867; to DP 30 in 1868, used for Denver Pacific construction 1868-70, named "John Evans"; returned to UPRR 30 in 1870; to UPRy 30 in 1880; to Colorado Central Julesburg Branch 9 in 1882; to Colorado Central Julesburg Branch 564 in 1885; Colorado Central became part of UPD&G in 1890, sold to independent UPD&G in 1893; to UPD&G 24 in 1896; to C&S 109 in 1899; retired by C&S in 1902; dismantled by C&S in 1907
3. CCJB 565 was built as UPRR 31 in 1867; to DP 31 in 1868, used for Denver Pacific construction 1868-70, named "W. S. Cheesman"; returned to UPRR 31 in 1870; to UPRy 31 in 1880; to Colorado Central Julesburg Branch 10 in 1882; to Colorado Central Julesburg Branch 565 in 1885; Colorado Central became part of UPD&G in 1890, sold to independent UPD&G in 1893; to UPD&G 25 in 1896; to C&S 110 in 1899; dismantled by C&S in 1909
   

Colorado Central 4-4-0 -- 2 locomotives

1885 UPRy
Number
First
Number
Second
Number
Builder Builder
Number
Date
Built
Notes
CC 568 UPRR 160 CC 5 Taunton 462 Dec 1869 1
CC 569 UPRR 161 CC 6 Taunton 463 Dec 1869 2

General Notes:

a. Individual locomotive specifications:
  1885 UPRy
Number
As Built
Specs.
Later
Specs.
Date
Rebuilt
  CC 568 66-16x24 62-17x24 Dec 1881
  CC 569 66-16x24 64-17x24 Aug 1881

Notes:

1. Colorado Central 568 was built as UPRR 160 in 1869; to Colorado Central 5 in 1878;  to Colorado Central 568 in 1885; Colorado Central became part of UPD&G in 1890, sold to independent UPD&G in 1893; to UPD&G 18 in 1896; to C&S 104 in 1899; retired by C&S in 1902
2. Colorado Central 569 was built as UPRR 161 in 1869; to Colorado Central 6 in 1878;  to Colorado Central 569 in 1885; Colorado Central became part of UPD&G in 1890, sold to independent UPD&G in 1893; to UPD&G 19 in 1896; to C&S 105 in 1899; retired by C&S in 1903
   

Colorado Central 4-4-0 -- 1 locomotive

1885 UPRy
Number
First
Number
Second
Number
Builder Builder
Number
Date
Built
Notes
CC 584 UPRR 60 CC 4 Schenectady 496 Jun 1868 1

Description:

Drive Wheel Diameter: 60 inches (rebuilt in January 1892 to 69 inches)
Cylinders: 16x24 inches (rebuilt in January 1892 to 18x24 inches)

Notes:

1. Colorado Central 584 was built as UPRR 60 in 1868; to Colorado Central 4 in 1874; to Colorado Central 584 in 1885; rebuilt to CC 830 in 1892; Colorado Central became part of UPD&G in 1890, sold to independent UPD&G in 1893; to UPD&G 35 in 1896; to C&S 145 in 1899; dismantled by C&S in December 1914
   

Colorado Central 4-4-0 -- 1 locomotive

1885 UPRy
Number
Previous
Number
Builder Builder
Number
Date
Built
Notes
CC 585 CC 7 Schenectady 1106 Dec 1878 1

Description:

Drive Wheel Diameter: 63 inches (rebuilt in April 1879 to 64 inches)
Cylinders: 17x24 inches

Notes:

1. Built as Colorado Central 7 in 1879; to CC 585 in 1885; Colorado Central became part of UPD&G in 1890, sold to independent UPD&G in 1893; to UPD&G 17 in 1896; to C&S 103 in 1899; sold by C&S in 1900
   

UPRy 4-4-0 -- 1 locomotive

1885 UPRy
Number
Builder Builder
Number
Date
Built
Notes
CC 630 Schenectady 2792 Mar 1889 1

Description:

Drive Wheel Diameter: 63 inches (rebuilt to 62 inches in 1891-1892)
Cylinders: 18x26 inches

General Notes:

a. UPRy 630 was one of 25 locomotives delivered to UPRy in March 1889; UPRy 630 was assigned to the Colorado Central 1885 Operating Division; UPRy 610-629 were assigned to UPL&C Operating Division; UPRy 631 was assigned to the OR&V Operating Division; UPRy 632-634 were assigned to UPRy itself, known as the Union Operating Division.

Notes:

1. Built as UPRy 630 in 1889; purchased by UPRy for CC; Colorado Central became part of UPD&G in 1890, sold to independent UPD&G in 1893; to UPD&G 33 in 1896; to C&S 143 in 1899
   

Colorado Central 4-4-0 -- 1 locomotive

CC
Number
First
Number
Second
Number
Third
Number
Date To
800 Series
Builder Builder
Number
Date
Built
Date
Vacated
1896 UPD&G
Number
Notes
CC 825 UPRR 6 CC 3 CC 1391 May 1886 Hinkley & Williams [752] Aug 1865 1893 UPD&G 34 1

Description:

Drive Wheel Diameter: 69 inches (rebuilt from 63 inches in May 1886)
Cylinders: 18x24 inches (rebuilt from 14x22 inches in May 1886)

Notes:

1. Colorado Central 825 was built as "Black Hawk" in 1865 (owner unknown); to UPRR 6 in June 1866; to Colorado Central 3 in 1871; to Colorado Central 1391 in 1885; rebuilt in May 1886 and numbered as Colorado Central 825; Colorado Central became part of UPD&G in 1890, sold to independent UPD&G in 1893; to UPD&G 34 in 1896; to C&S 144 in 1899; dismantled by C&S in 1906.
   

Colorado Central 4-4-0 -- 1 locomotive

1890 CC
Number
First
Number
Second
Number
1885 UPRy
Number
Date
Rebuilt
Builder Builder
Number
Date
Built
1896 UPD&G
Number
Notes
CC 830 UPRR 60 CC 4 CC 584 Jan 1892 Schenectady 496 Jun 1868 UPD&G 35 1

Description:

Drive Wheel Diameter: 69 inches (rebuilt from 60 inches in January 1892)
Cylinders: 18x24 inches (rebuilt from 16x24 inches in January 1892)

Notes:

1. Colorado Central 830 was built as UPRR 60 in 1868; to Colorado Central 4 in 1874; to Colorado Central 584 in 1885; Colorado Central became part of UPD&G in 1890, sold to independent UPD&G in 1893; rebuilt to UPD&G 830 in 1892; to UPD&G 35 in 1896; to C&S 145 in 1899; dismantled by C&S in December 1914
   

Colorado Central 4-4-0 -- 2 locomotives

1885 UPRy
Number
First
Number
Second
Number
Builder Builder
Number
Date
Built
Notes
CC 912 UPRR 91 CC 91 Baldwin 1715 Apr 1868 1
CC 913 UPRR 92 CC 92 Baldwin 1716 Apr 1868 2

General Notes:

a. Individual locomotive specifications:
  1885 UPRy
Number
As Built
Specs.
Later
Specs.
Date
Rebuilt
  CC 912 54-18x22 56-18x24 Oct 1883
  CC 913 54-18x22 56-18x24 Dec 1881

Notes:

1. CC 912 was built as UPRR 91 in 1868; to Colorado Central 91 in 1878; to Colorado Central 912 in 1885; Colorado Central became part of UPD&G in 1890, sold to independent UPD&G in 1893; to UPD&G 65 in 1896; to C&S 308 in 1899; dismantled by C&S in 1901
2. CC 913 was built as UPRR 92 in 1868; to Colorado Central 92 in 1878; to Colorado Central 913 in 1885; Colorado Central became part of UPD&G in 1890, sold to independent UPD&G in 1893; to UPD&G 60 in 1896; to C&S 304 in 1899; dismantled by C&S in 1903
   

Colorado Central Julesburg Branch 4-6-0 -- 6 locomotives

1885 UPRy
Number
First
Number
Second
Number
Builder Builder
Number
Date
Built
Notes
CCJB 958 UPRy 236 CCJB 12 Taunton 777 Mar 1881 1
CCJB 959 UPRy 237 CCJB 13 Taunton 778 Apr 1881 2
CCJB 960 UPRy 241 CCJB 14 Taunton 786 May 1881 3
CCJB 961 UPRy 251 (1st) CCJB 15 Taunton 797 Aug 1881 4
CCJB 962 UPRy 257 (1st) CCJB 16 Taunton 803 Sep 1881 5
CCJB 963 UPRy 258 (1st) CCJB 17 Taunton 804 Sep 1881 6

Description:

Drive Wheel Diameter: 54 inches (later 57 inches)
Cylinders: 18x24 inches

Notes:

1. CCJB 958 was built as UPRy 236 in 1881; to Colorado Central Julesburg Branch 12 in 1882; to Colorado Central Julesburg Branch 958 in 1885; Colorado Central became part of UPD&G in 1890, sold to independent UPD&G in 1893; to UPD&G 61 in 1896; to C&S 305 in 1899; retired by C&S in 1902
2. CCJB 959 was built as UPRy 237 in 1881; to Colorado Central Julesburg Branch 13 in 1882; to Colorado Central Julesburg Branch 959 in 1885; Colorado Central became part of UPD&G in 1890, sold to independent UPD&G in 1893; to UPD&G 62 in 1896; to C&S 306 in 1899; retired by C&S in 1902
3. CCJB 960 was built as UPRy 241 in 1881; to Colorado Central Julesburg Branch 14 in 1882; to Colorado Central Julesburg Branch 960 in 1885; Colorado Central became part of the independent UPD&G in March 1890
4. CCJB 961 was built as UPRy 251 (1st) in 1881; to Colorado Central Julesburg Branch 15 in 1882; to Colorado Central Julesburg Branch 961 in 1885; Colorado Central became part of UPD&G in 1890, sold to independent UPD&G in 1893; to UPD&G 63 in 1896; to C&S 307 in 1899; sold by C&S in 1901
5. CCJB 962 was built as UPRy 257 (1st) in 1881; to Colorado Central Julesburg Branch 16 in 1882; to Colorado Central Julesburg Branch 962 in 1885; Colorado Central became part of UPD&G in 1890, sold to independent UPD&G in 1893; vacated between 1894 and 1898
6. CCJB 963 was built as UPRy 258 (1st) in 1881; to Colorado Central Julesburg Branch 17 in 1882; to Colorado Central Julesburg Branch 963 in 1885; to St.J&GI 2 (2nd) in 1893; rebuilt to 4-4-0 St.J&GI 20 (2nd) at Grand Island Shops in 1905
   

Colorado Central 4-4-0 -- 1 locomotive

1885 UPRy
Number
First
Number
Second
Number
Builder Builder
Number
Date
Built
Date
Rebuilt
Notes
CC 1391 UPRR 6 CC 3 Hinkley & Williams 752 Aug 1865 May 1886 1

Description:

Drive Wheel Diameter: 60 inches (later 63 inches)
Cylinders: 14x22 inches (later 15x24 inches)

Notes:

1. CC 1391 was built as "Black Hawk" in 1865 (owner unknown); to UPRR 6 in June 1866; to Colorado Central 3 in 1871; to Colorado Central 1391 in 1885; rebuilt in May 1886 and numbered as Colorado Central 825; Colorado Central became part of UPD&G in 1890, sold to independent UPD&G in 1893; to UPD&G 34 in 1896; to C&S 144 in 1899; dismantled by C&S in 1906.

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