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San Pedro, Los Angeles & Salt Lake Railroad (1901-1916)

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Incorporated in March 1901; completed Los Angeles to Salt Lake City in May 1905; name changed to Los Angeles & Salt Lake Railroad in March 1916.

Unless noted, all SPLA&SL locomotives were oil-burning.

In April 1905, SP,LA&SL and AT&SF made an agreement for San Pedro trains to operate over Santa Fe tracks over Cajon Pass. To avoid conflict and confusion for AT&SF dispatchers concerning similar-numbered Santa Fe and San Pedro locomotives, between mid 1905 and late 1906 the San Pedro renumbered its 100-, 200-, 400-, 500- and 600-series locomotives to become the 3100-, 3200-, 3400-, 3500- and 3600-series.

Locomotive Roster Index

Road
Number
Previous
Number
Wheel
Arrangement
Qty. In-Service
Years
Notes
SPLA&SL 1-8 LAT Ry 1-8 Various 8 1901-1916  
SPLA&SL 9, 10         (Blank)
SPLA&SL 11, 12   0-6-0 2 1902-1916  
SPLA&SL 13         (Blank)
SPLA&SL 14-19   0-6-0 6 1904-1916  
SPLA&SL 20-24   0-6-0 5 1907-1916  
SPLA&SL 25, 26 SPLA&SL 4, 6 4-4-0 2 1904-1907 to SPLA&SL 36, 37 in 1907
SPLA&SL 25-27   0-6-0 3 1913-1916  
SPLA&SL 28-35 OSL 300s 4-4-0 8 1903-1916  
SPLA&SL 36, 37 SC Ry 7, 6 4-4-0 2 1904-1906  
SPLA&SL 36, 37 SPLA&SL 25, 26 4-4-0 2 1907-1916  
SPLA&SL 50, 51 SPLA&SL 5, 7 4-6-0 2 1904-1906  
SPLA&SL 52-58 OSL 500s 4-6-0 7 1903-1916  
SPLA&SL 59 NET Ry 11 Shay 1 1903-1916  
SPLA&SL 60 NET Ry 10 Shay 1 1903-1916  
SPLA&SL 61   Shay 1 1907-1916  
SPLA&SL 100-103   4-4-2 4 1903-1907 to SPLA&SL 3100-3103 in late 1905
SPLA&SL 200, 201   4-6-0 2 1901-1907 to SPLA&SL 3200, 3201 in late 1905
SPLA&SL 202-205   4-6-0 4 1902-1907 to SPLA&SL 3202-3205 in late 1905
SPLA&SL 400-420   4-6-2 21 1904-1907 to SPLA&SL 3400-3420 in late 1905
SPLA&SL 500-508   2-8-0 9 1904-1907 to SPLA&SL 3500-3508 in late 1905
SPLA&SL 600-629   2-8-0 30 1904-1907 to SPLA&SL 3600-3629 in late 1905
SPLA&SL 888-891 UP 888-891 4-4-0 4 1913-1916  
SPLA&SL 3100-3103 SPLA&SL 100-103 4-4-2 4 1907-1916  
SPLA&SL 3200, 3201 SPLA&SL 200, 201 4-6-0 2 1907-1916  
SPLA&SL 3202-3205 SPLA&SL 202-205 4-6-0 4 1907-1916  
SPLA&SL 3400-3420 SPLA&SL 400-420 4-6-2 21 1907-1916  
SPLA&SL 3421-3425   4-6-2 5 1907-1916  
SPLA&SL 3426-3429         (Blank)
SPLA&SL 3430-3435   4-6-2 6 1912-1916  
SPLA&SL 3500-3508 SPLA&SL 500-508 2-8-0 9 1907-1916  
SPLA&SL 3600-3629 SPLA&SL 600-629 2-8-0 30 1907-1916  
SPLA&SL 3630-3674   2-8-0 45 1907-1916  
SPLA&SL 3700-3708   2-8-2 9 1914-1916  

Roster Listings

SPLA&SL -- 8 locomotives (ex Los Angeles Terminal Railway)

SPLA&SL
Number
Previous
Number
Date To
SPLA&SL
Type Builder Builder
Number
Date
Built
Date
Vacated
1916 LA&SL
Number
Notes
SPLA&SL 1 LAT 1 1901 2-4-4RT Rhode Island 2252 Dec 1889 Jun 1904   1
SPLA&SL 2 LAT 2 1901 2-4-4RT Rhode Island 2253 Dec 1889 Jun 1904   2
SPLA&SL 3 LAT 3 1901 2-4-2ST Porter 840 Jun 1887 1902   3
SPLA&SL 4 LAT 4 1901 4-4-0 Baldwin 11866 May 1891   LA&SL 4 4
SPLA&SL 5 LAT 5 1901 4-6-0 Baldwin 11867 May 1891 Jun 1904   5
SPLA&SL 6 LAT 6 1901 4-4-0 Baldwin 12141 Aug 1891   LA&SL 6 6
SPLA&SL 7 LAT 7 1901 4-6-0 Baldwin 12204 Sep 1891 Jun 1904   7
SPLA&SL 8 (LAT 8)   4-4-0 Schenectady 6065 Apr 1901   LA&SL 8 8
(SPLA&SL 9)                 9
(SPLA&SL 10)                 9

General Notes:

a. RT denotes "Rear Tank"; ST denotes "Saddle Tank"
b. Individual locomotive specifications:
  SPLA&SL
Number
Type Drivers Cylinders
  SPLA&SL 1 2-4-4RT 42 inches 12x16 inches
  SPLA&SL 2 2-4-4RT 42 inches 12x16 inches
  SPLA&SL 3 2-4-2ST 44 inches 12x18 inches
  SPLA&SL 4 4-4-0 56 inches 18x24 inches
  SPLA&SL 5 4-6-0 54 inches 18x24 inches
  SPLA&SL 6 4-4-0 56 inches 18x24 inches
  SPLA&SL 7 4-6-0 54 inches 18x24 inches
  SPLA&SL 8 4-4-0 70 inches 19x24 inches
  (SPLA&SL 9)      
  (SPLA&SL 10)      

Notes:

1. SPLA&SL number 1 was built as Los Angeles Pasadena & Glendale Railway number 1 (0-4-4RT) in 1889; converted to 2-4-4RT; to Los Angeles Terminal Railway number 1 in 1891; to SPLA&SL number 1 in 1901; vacated and sold in June 1904 to Houlton Interurban Terminal Railway (or Holton Inter-Urban Railway) number 1 at El Centro, California; sold to Lassen Lumber & Box Company 21 at Susanville, California; vacated in 1916 (components from this engine, plus Davenport and Baldwin parts, were used to construct an 0-4-4T, also assigned number 21; in 1929, Lassen Lumber & Box Company was taken over by The Red River Lumber Company and this hybrid was renumbered to 4; scrapped in 1940).
2. SPLA&SL number 2 was built as Los Angeles Pasadena & Glendale Railway number 2 (0-4-4RT) in 1889; converted to 2-4-4RT; to Los Angeles Terminal Railway number 2 in 1891; to SPLA&SL number 2 in 1901; vacated and sold in June 1904 to Houlton Interurban Terminal Railway (or Holton Inter-Urban Railway) number 2 at El Centro, California; sold to Los Angeles & San Diego Beach Railway number 4 at San Diego, California; scrapped in 1919.
3. SPLA&SL number 3 was built as Pasadena Railway 1 in 1887 (operated under lease by Los Angeles Pasadena & Glendale Railway after January 1890); to Los Angeles Terminal Railway number 3 in August 1890; to Los Angeles Terminal Railway number 3 in January 1891; to SPLA&SL number 3 in 1901; transferred to non-revenue accounts in 1902 and used as Los Angeles shop switcher; final disposition unknown
4. SPLA&SL number 4 was built as Los Angeles Terminal Railway number 4 in 1891; to SPLA&SL number 4 in 1901; to SPLA&SL 25 (1st) in 1904; to SPLA&SL 36 (2nd) in late 1905; to LA&SL 1056 in 1921; vacated in 1922.
5. SPLA&SL number 5 was built as Los Angeles Terminal Railway number 5 in 1891; to SPLA&SL number 5 in 1901; to SPLA&SL 50 in 1904; vacated in 1906; sold on January 19, 1906 to Las Vegas & Tonopah RR number 1; sold in January 1920 to Outer Harbor Terminal Railway number 1, San Pedro, California; sold for scrap to Kaiser Steel Corporation, Fontana, California.
6. SPLA&SL number 6 was built as Los Angeles Terminal Railway number 6 in 1891; to SPLA&SL number 6 in 1901; to SPLA&SL 26 (1st) in 1904; to SPLA&SL 37 (2nd) in late 1905; to LA&SL 1057 in 1921; vacated in 1922.
7. SPLA&SL number 7 was built as Los Angeles Terminal Railway number 7 in 1891; to SPLA&SL number 7 in 1901; to SPLA&SL 51 in 1904; vacated in 1906; sold on August 3, 1906 to Las Vegas & Tonapah RR number 2; sold in 1909 to 1909 Nevada Copper Belt RR number 1, Wabuska, Nevada; damaged in fire and scrapped in 1916.
8. SPLA&SL number 8 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
9. SPLA&SL numbers 9 and 10 were blank and not used.
   

SPLA&SL 0-6-0 -- 2 locomotives

SPLA&SL
Number
Builder Builder
Number
Date
Built
1916 LA&SL
Number
Notes
SPLA&SL 11 Schenectady 26432 Sep 1902 LA&SL 11 1
SPLA&SL 12 Schenectady 26433 Sep 1902 LA&SL 12 2
SPLA&SL (13)         3

Description:

Drive Wheel Diameter: 55 inches
Cylinders: 19x26 inches

Notes:

1. SPLA&SL 11 was built in 1902; to LA&SL 11 in 1916; to LA&SL 4227 in 1921; vacated in May 1925; sold to Los Angeles County Flood Control District number 1; scrapped in 1935
2. SPLA&SL 12 was built in 1902; to LA&SL 12 in 1916; to LA&SL 4228 in 1921; vacated in August 1925; sold to Kump-Hauser Construction Company, Limited, Riverside, California; scrapped in 1947
3. SPLA&SL 13 was blank and not used.
   

SPLA&SL 0-6-0 -- 6 locomotives

SPLA&SL
Number
Builder Builder
Number
Date
Built
1916 LA&SL
Number
SPLA&SL 14 Baldwin 24876 Dec 1904 LA&SL 14
SPLA&SL 15 Baldwin 24880 Dec 1904 LA&SL 15
SPLA&SL 16 Baldwin 24896 Dec 1904 LA&SL 16
SPLA&SL 17 Baldwin 24897 Dec 1904 LA&SL 17
SPLA&SL 18 Baldwin 24898 Dec 1904 LA&SL 18
SPLA&SL 19 Baldwin 24930 Dec 1904 LA&SL 19

Description:

Drive Wheel Diameter: 57 inches
Cylinders: 20x26 inches

General Notes:

a. SPLA&SL 14-19 were built in 1904; renumbered to LA&SL 14-16 in 1916; renumbered to LA&SL 4229-4234 in 1921
   

SPLA&SL 0-6-0 -- 5 locomotives

SPLA&SL
Number
Builder Builder
Number
Date
Built
1916 LA&SL
Number
SPLA&SL 20 Baldwin 31553 Aug 1907 LA&SL 20
SPLA&SL 21 Baldwin 31570 Aug 1907 LA&SL 21
SPLA&SL 22 Baldwin 31571 Aug 1907 LA&SL 22
SPLA&SL 23 Baldwin 31572 Aug 1907 LA&SL 23
SPLA&SL 24 Baldwin 31641 Sep 1907 LA&SL 24

Description:

Cabside Class: S-51
Drive Wheel Diameter: 51 inches
Cylinders: 19x26 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:

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

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

SPLA&SL
Number
First
Number
Second
Number
Date To
25 Series
Builder Builder
Number
Date
Built
1905 SPLA&SL
Number
Notes
SPLA&SL 25 (1st) LAT 4 SPLA&SL 4 Jun 1904 Baldwin 11866 May 1891 SPLA&SL 36 (2nd)  
SPLA&SL 26 (1st) LAT 6 SPLA&SL 6 Jun 1904 Baldwin 12141 Aug 1891 SPLA&SL 37 (2nd)  
(SPLA&SL 27)               1

Description:

Drive Wheel Diameter: 56 inches
Cylinders: 18x24 inches

General Notes:

a. SPLA&SL 25 (1st) and 26 (1st) were built as Los Angeles Terminal Railway numbers 4 and 5 in 1891; to SPLA&SL numbers 4 and 5 in 1901; to SPLA&SL 25 (1st) and 26 (1st) in 1904; to SPLA&SL 36 (2nd) and 37 (2nd) in 1907; to LA&SL 25 and 26 in 1916; to LA&SL 1056 and 1057 in 1921; both vacated in 1922

Notes:

1. SPLA&SL 27 was blank and not used; believed reserved for SPLA&SL 8, not renumbered
   

SPLA&SL 0-6-0 -- 3 locomotives

SPLA&SL
Number
Builder Builder
Number
Date
Built
1916 LA&SL
Number
SPLA&SL 25 (2nd) Baldwin 40914 Nov 1913 LA&SL 25
SPLA&SL 26 (2nd) Baldwin 40915 Nov 1913 LA&SL 26
SPLA&SL 27 Baldwin 40916 Nov 1913 LA&SL 27

Description:

Cabside Class: S-51
Drive Wheel Diameter: 51 inches
Cylinders: 19x26 inches
Maximum Tractive Effort: 27,376 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:

1. SPLA&SL 25 (2nd), 26 (2nd) and 27 were built in 1913; renumbered to LA&SL 25-27 in 1916; renumbered to LA&SL 4240-4242 in 1921
   

SPLA&SL 4-4-0 -- 8 locomotives (ex Oregon Short Line Railroad)

SPLA&SL
Number
First
Number
Second
Number
Third
Number
Date To
SPLA&SL
Builder Builder
Number
Date
Built
1916 LA&SL
Number
Notes
SPLA&SL 28 U&N 728 OSL&UN 728 OSL 302 1903 Baldwin 8381 Feb 1887 LA&SL 28 1
SPLA&SL 29 U&N 735 OSL&UN 735 OSL 309 1903 Baldwin 8389 Feb 1887 LA&SL 29 2
SPLA&SL 30 OSLRy 747 OSL&UN 747 OSL 311 1903 Baldwin 8410 Mar 1887 LA&SL 30 3
SPLA&SL 31 OSLRy 748 OSL&UN 748 OSL 312 (2nd) 1903 Baldwin 8409 Mar 1887 LA&SL 31 4
SPLA&SL 32 U&N 754 OSL&UN 754 OSL 318 (2nd) 1903 Grant 1700 May 1887 LA&SL 32 5
SPLA&SL 33 U&N 756 OSL&UN 756 OSL 320 1903 Grant 1708 May 1887 LA&SL 33 6
SPLA&SL 34 U&N 731 OSL&UN 731 OSL 305 1903 Baldwin 8385 Feb 1887 LA&SL 34 7
SPLA&SL 35 U&N 734 OSL&UN 734 OSL 308 1903 Baldwin 8388 Feb 1887 LA&SL 35 8

Description:

Drive Wheel Diameter: 69 inches (rebuilt from 62 inches in 1897-1899 by OSL)
Cylinders: 18x26
Fuel: Coal

General Notes:

a. SPLA&SL 28-35 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. SPLA&SL 28 was built as U&N 728 in 1887; to OSL&UN 728 in 1889; to OSL 302 in 1897; to SPLA&SL 28 in 1903; to LA&SL 1051 in 1916; vacated in 1925
2. SPLA&SL 29 was built as U&N 735 in 1887; to OSL&UN 735 in 1889; to OSL 309 in 1897; to SPLA&SL 29 in 1903; vacated in 1922
3. SPLA&SL 30 was built as OSLRy 747 in 1887; to OSL&UN 747 in 1889; to OSL 311 in 1897; to SPLA&SL 30 in 1903; vacated in 1916
4. SPLA&SL 31 was built as OSLRy 748 in 1887; to OSL&UN 748 in 1889; to OSL 312 (2nd) in 1897; to SPLA&SL 31 in 1903; vacated in 1917
5. SPLA&SL 32 was built as U&N 754 in 1887; to OSL&UN 754 in 1889; to OSL 318 in 1897; to SPLA&SL 32 in 1903; to LA&SL 1052 in 1916; vacated in 1925
6. SPLA&SL 33 was built as U&N 756 in 1887; to OSL&UN 756 in 1889; to OSL 320 in 1897; to SPLA&SL 33 in 1903; to LA&SL 1053 in 1916; vacated in 1922
7. SPLA&SL 34 was built as U&N 731 in 1887; to OSL&UN 731 in 1889; to OSL 305 in 1897; to SPLA&SL 34 in 1903; to LAS&SL 1054 in 1916; vacated in 1922
8. SPLA&SL 35 was built as U&N 734 in 1887; to OSL&UN 734 in 1889; to OSL 308 in 1897; to SPLA&SL 35 in 1903; to LA&SL 1055 in 1916; vacated in 1922
   

SPLA&SL 4-4-0 -- 2 locomotives (ex Southern California Railway)

SPLA&SL
Number
Previous
Number
Date To
SPLA&SL
Builder Builder
Number
Date
Built
Date
Vacated
Notes
SPLA&SL 36 (1st) SC Ry 7 1904 Rhode Island 1221 May 1882 1906 1
SPLA&SL 37 (1st) SC Ry 6 1904 Rhode Island 1220 May 1882 1906 2

Description:

Drive Wheel Diameter: 61 inches
Cylinders: 17x24 inches

General Notes:

a. SPLA&SL 36 and 37 were leased from Southern California Railway to Nickerson & Company, contractor building SPLA&SL's Daggett-Caliente segment, numbered as SPLA&SL locomotives with the completion of the line in 1904 and used until 1906; returned to SC Ry successor AT&SF in 1906

Notes:

1. SPLA&SL 36 (1st) was built as California Southern RR 13 in 1882; to Southern California Railway 7 in 1892; to SPLA&SL 36 (1st) in 1904; to AT&SF 0109 in 1906
2. SPLA&SL 37 was built as California Southern RR 12 in 1882; to Southern California Railway 6 in 1892; to SPLA&SL 37 in 1904; to AT&SF 0108 in 1906
   

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

SPLA&SL
Number
First
Number
Second
Number
Third
Number
Date To
36 Series
Builder Builder
Number
Date
Built
1916 LA&SL
Number
Notes
SPLA&SL 36 (2nd) LAT Ry 4 SPLA&SL 4 SPLA&SL 25 (1st) Aug 1907 Baldwin 11866 May 1891 LA&SL 36 1
SPLA&SL 37 (2nd) LAT Ry 6 SPLA&SL 6 SPLA&SL 26 (1st) Aug 1907 Baldwin 12141 Aug 1891 LA&SL 37 2

Description:

Drive Wheel Diameter: 56 inches
Cylinders: 18x24 inches

General Notes:

a. SPLA&SL 36 (2nd) and 37 (2nd) were built as Los Angeles Terminal Railway numbers 4 and 5 in 1891; to SPLA&SL numbers 4 and 5 in 1901; to SPLA&SL 25 (1st) and 26 (1st) in 1904; to SPLA&SL 36 (2nd) and 37 (2nd) in 1907; to LA&SL 25 and 26 in 1916; to LA&SL 1056 and 1057 in 1921; both vacated in 1922
   

SPLA&SL 4-6-0 -- 2 locomotives (ex Los Angeles Terminal Railway)

SPLA&SL
Number
First
Number
Second
Number
Date To
50 Series
Builder Builder
Number
Date
Built
Date
Vacated
Notes
SPLA&SL 50 LAT Ry 5 SPLA&SL 5 1904 Baldwin 11867 Aug 1891 Jan 1906 1
SPLA&SL 51 LAT Ry 7 SPLA&SL 7 1904 Baldwin 12204 Aug 1891 Aug 1906 2

Description:

Drive Wheel Diameter: 54 inches
Cylinders: 18x24 inches

General Notes:

a. SPLA&SL 50 and 51 were built as Los Angeles Terminal Railway numbers 5 and 7 in 1891; to SPLA&SL numbers 5 and 7 in 1901; to SPLA&SL 50 and 51 in 1904; both locomotives vacated in 1906

Notes:

1. SPLA&SL 50 was sold on January 19, 1906 to Las Vegas & Tonopah RR number 1; sold in January 1920 to Outer Harbor Terminal Railway number 1, San Pedro, California; sold for scrap to Kaiser Steel Corporation, Fontana, California
2. SPLA&SL 51 was sold on August 3, 1906 to Las Vegas & Tonapah RR number 2; sold in 1909 to 1909 Nevada Copper Belt RR number 1, Wabuska, Nevada; damaged in fire and scrapped in 1916.
   

SPLA&SL 4-6-0 -- 7 locomotives (ex Oregon Short Line Railroad)

SPLA&SL
Number
Previous
Number
Date To
SPLA&SL
Builder Builder
Number
Date
Built
Date
Vacated
1916 LA&SL
Number
Notes
SPLA&SL 52 OSL 507 1903 Taunton 775 Mar 1881 Bef 1914   1
SPLA&SL 53 OSL 512 1903 Taunton 644 Sep 1874   LA&SL 53 2
SPLA&SL 54 OSL 514 1903 Taunton 897 Nov 1883 Jul 1914   3
SPLA&SL 55 OSL 517 1903 Taunton 900 Dec 1883 Jul 1914   4
SPLA&SL 56 OSL 518 1903 Taunton 901 Dec 1883 Jun 1905   5
SPLA&SL 57 OSL 522 1903 Taunton 782 Apr 1881   LA&SL 57 6
SPLA&SL 58 OSL 523 1903 Taunton 840 Mar 1882 Apr 1906   7

Description:

Drive Wheel Diameter: 57 inches (rebuilt from 54 inches in 1897, except as noted)
Cylinders: 18x24 inches

General Notes:

a. SPLA&SL 52-60 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
c. Individual locomotive histories:
  SPLA&SL
Number
First
Number
Second
Number
Third
Number
Fourth
Number
Fifth
Number
  SPLA&SL 52 UPRy 49 OSLRy 12 OSLRy 967 OSL&UN 967 OSL 507
  SPLA&SL 53 UPRR 133 (2nd) OSLRy 21 OSLRy 974 OSL&UN 974 OSL 512
  SPLA&SL 54 USRR 7 UCRy 13 OSL&UN 1028 OSL 514  
  SPLA&SL 55 UPRy 65 UCRy 22 OSL&UN 1031 OSL 517  
  SPLA&SL 56 UPRy 51 OSLRy 8 OSLRy 965 OSL&UN 965 OSL 518
  SPLA&SL 57 OSLRy 34 OSLRy 982 OSL&UN 982 OSL 522  
  SPLA&SL 58 UPRR 107 UPRy 107 UPRy 907 OSL&UN 907 OSL 523

Notes:

1. SPLA&SL 52 was built as UPRy 49 in 1882; to OSLRy 12 in 1882; to OSLRy 967 in 1885; to OSL&UN 967 in 1889; to OSL 507 in 1897; to Utah & Pacific number 1 in September 1898; U&P sold to OSL in April 1901; to OSL 507 (OSL 1007?) in 1901; to SPLA&SL 52 in 1903; vacated before 1914 (U&P information from Salt Lake Daily Tribune, September 29, 1898)
  A potential conflict comes from a report in the July 21, 1903 issue of The Salt Lake Tribune, in its report of the 17 locomotives being sold by OSL to SPLA&SL. The report specifically says OSL No. 1007, a diamond stack locomotive, was being "rejuvenated" and would emerge as SPLA&SL No. 52. Available roster information does not show an OSL No. 1007, and shows that SPLA&SL No. 52 came from OSL 507, the former Utah & Pacific No. 1. Maybe U&P No. 1 became OSL 1007 upon its return to OSL in 1901.
2. SPLA&SL 53 was built as UPRR 133 (2nd) in 1874; to UPRy 133 in 1880; to OSLRy 21 in 1883; to OSLRy 974 in 1885; to OSL&UN 974 in 1889; to OSL 512 in 1897; to Utah & Pacific number 3 in December 1898; U&P sold to OSL in April 1901; to OSL 512 in 1901; to SPLA&SL 53 in 1903; to LA&SL 53 in 1916; scrapped in November 1918 (U&P information from OSL account books, per Pitchard research)
3. SPLA&SL 54 was built as Utah Southern RR 7 in 1881; to UCRy 13 in 1881; to OSL&UN 1028 in 1889; rebuilt to OSL 514 in 1897; to SPLA&SL 54 in 1903; vacated in 1914
4. SPLA&SL 55 was built as UPRy 65 in 1882; to Utah Central Railway 22 in 1883; to OSL&UN 1031 in 1889; to OSL 517 in 1897; 517 to SPLA&SL 55 in 1903; vacated before 1914
5. SPLA&SL 56 was built as UPRy 51 in 1882; to OSLRy 8 in 1882; to OSLRy 965 in 1885; to OSL&UN 965 in 1889; to OSL 518 in 1897; to SPLA&SL 56 in 1903; sold to Bakersfield & Ventura Railway number 1 (Oxnard, California) on June 9, 1905; scrapped in 1906
6. SPLA&SL 57 was built as OSLRy 34 in 1883; to OSLRy 982 in 1885; to OSL&UN 982 in 1889; to OSL 522 in 1897; to SPLA&SL 57 in 1903; to LA&SL 57 in 1916; assigned LA&SL 1590, but not renumbered; vacated 1922.
7. SPLA&SL 58 was built as as UPRR 107 in 1868; to UPRy 107 in 1880; to UPRy 907 in 1885; transferred to OSL&UN ownership as OSL&UN 907 before 1894; rebuilt in February 1894 with 57 inch drivers; to OSL 523 in 1897; to SPLA&SL 58 in 1903; wrecked in April 1906 and scrapped.

 

 

SPLA&SL 4-4-2 -- 4 locomotives

SPLA&SL
Number
Builder Builder
Number
Date
Built
1905 SPLA&SL
Number
SPLA&SL 100 Schenectady 28554 Aug 1903 SPLA&SL 3100
SPLA&SL 101 Schenectady 28555 Aug 1903 SPLA&SL 3101
SPLA&SL 102 Schenectady 28556 Aug 1903 SPLA&SL 3102
SPLA&SL 103 Schenectady 28557 Aug 1903 SPLA&SL 3103

Description:

CS Class: A-1
Cabside Class: CT-70
Drive Wheel Diameter: 70 inches
Cylinders: 19x26 inches
Maximum Tractive Effort: 22,794 pounds
Weight on Drivers: 110,000 pounds
Weight in Working Order (Engine Only): 171,000 pounds
Weight in Working Order (Engine and Tender): 277,635 pounds
Fuel: Oil

General Notes:

a. SPLA&SL 100-103 were built in 1903; renumbered to SPLA&SL 3100-3103 in late 1905; renumbered to LA&SL 3100-3103 in 1916; renumbered to LA&SL 3376-3379 in 1921
b. Rebuilt with Schmidt superheaters
   

SPLA&SL 4-6-0 -- 2 locomotives

SPLA&SL
Number
Builder Builder
Number
Date
Built
1905 SPLA&SL
Number
SPLA&SL 200 Brooks 3928 Aug 1901 SPLA&SL 3200
SPLA&SL 201 Brooks 3929 Aug 1901 SPLA&SL 3201

Description:

Cabside Class: DL-68 (later T-68)
Drive Wheel Diameter: 68 inches
Cylinders: 20x28 inches (LA&SL 1592 later had 21x28 inches)
Maximum Tractive Effort: 24,500 pounds (LA&SL 1592 had 30,870 pounds)
Weight on Drivers: 144,000 pounds
Weight in Working Order (Engine Only): 179,800 pounds
Weight in Working Order (Engine and Tender): 298,650 pounds
Fuel: Oil

General Notes:

a. SPLA&SL 200 and 201 were built in 1901; renumbered to SPLA&SL 3200 and 3201 in late 1905; renumbered to LA&SL 3200 and 3201 in 1916; renumbered to LA&SL 1591 and 1592 in 1921; vacated in 1925
   

SPLA&SL 4-6-0 -- 4 locomotives

SPLA&SL
Number
Builder Builder
Number
Date
Built
1905 SPLA&SL
Number
SPLA&SL 202 Schenectady 6129 Jan 1902 SPLA&SL 3202
SPLA&SL 203 Schenectady 6130 Jan 1902 SPLA&SL 3203
SPLA&SL 204 Schenectady 6131 Jan 1902 SPLA&SL 3204
SPLA&SL 205 Schenectady 6132 Jan 1902 SPLA&SL 3205

Description:

Cabside Class: DM-68 (later T-68)
Drive Wheel Diameter: 68 inches
Cylinders: 20x28 inches
Maximum Tractive Effort: 28,000 pounds
Weight on Drivers: 131,100 pounds
Weight in Working Order (Engine Only): 168,800 pounds
Weight in Working Order (Engine and Tender): 286,600 pounds
Fuel: Oil

General Notes:

a. SPLA&SL 202-205 were built in 1902; renumbered to SPLA&SL 3202-3205 in late 1905; renumbered to LA&SL 3202-3205 in 1916; renumbered to LA&SL 1593-1596 in 1921; vacated in 1925
   

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

SPLA&SL
Number
Builder Builder
Number
Date
Built
1905 SPLA&SL
Number
SPLA&SL 400 Baldwin 23562 Jan 1904 SPLA&SL 3400
SPLA&SL 401 Baldwin 23563 Jan 1904 SPLA&SL 3401
SPLA&SL 402 Baldwin 23591 Jan 1904 SPLA&SL 3402
SPLA&SL 403 Baldwin 23616 Jan 1904 SPLA&SL 3403
SPLA&SL 404 Baldwin 23630 Jan 1904 SPLA&SL 3404
SPLA&SL 405 Baldwin 23638 Jan 1904 SPLA&SL 3405
SPLA&SL 406 Baldwin 24905 Dec 1904 SPLA&SL 3406
SPLA&SL 407 Baldwin 24906 Dec 1904 SPLA&SL 3407
SPLA&SL 408 Baldwin 24919 Dec 1904 SPLA&SL 3408
SPLA&SL 409 Baldwin 24920 Dec 1904 SPLA&SL 3409
SPLA&SL 410 Baldwin 24932 Dec 1904 SPLA&SL 3410
SPLA&SL 411 Baldwin 24933 Dec 1904 SPLA&SL 3411
SPLA&SL 412 Baldwin 24934 Dec 1904 SPLA&SL 3412
SPLA&SL 413 Baldwin 24954 Jan 1905 SPLA&SL 3413
SPLA&SL 414 Baldwin 24955 Jan 1905 SPLA&SL 3414
SPLA&SL 415 Baldwin 24959 Jan 1905 SPLA&SL 3415
SPLA&SL 416 Baldwin 24960 Jan 1905 SPLA&SL 3416
SPLA&SL 417 Baldwin 24975 Jan 1905 SPLA&SL 3417
SPLA&SL 418 Baldwin 24976 Jan 1905 SPLA&SL 3418
SPLA&SL 419 Baldwin 24977 Jan 1905 SPLA&SL 3419
SPLA&SL 420 Baldwin 25002 Jan 1905 SPLA&SL 3420

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. SPLA&SL 400-420 were built in 1904 and 1905; renumbered to SPLA&SL 3400-3420 in late 1905; renumbered to LA&SL 3400-3420 in 1916; renumbered to LA&SL 3150-3170 in 1921
b. SPLA&SL 412 operated on the Erie Railroad in January through April 1905; then on Illinois Central Railroad from April through June 1905.
   

SPLA&SL 2-8-0 -- 9 locomotives

SPLA&SL
Number
Builder Builder
Number
Date
Built
1905 SPLA&SL
Number
SPLA&SL 500 Baldwin 23648 Jan 1904 SPLA&SL 3500
SPLA&SL 501 Baldwin 23654 Jan 1904 SPLA&SL 3501
SPLA&SL 502 Baldwin 23655 Jan 1904 SPLA&SL 3502
SPLA&SL 503 Baldwin 23661 Jan 1904 SPLA&SL 3503
SPLA&SL 504 Baldwin 23690 Feb 1904 SPLA&SL 3504
SPLA&SL 505 Baldwin 23699 Feb 1904 SPLA&SL 3505
SPLA&SL 506 Baldwin 23725 Feb 1904 SPLA&SL 3506
SPLA&SL 507 Baldwin 23741 Feb 1904 SPLA&SL 3507
SPLA&SL 508 Baldwin 23770 Feb 1904 SPLA&SL 3508

Description:

CS Class: C-1
Cabside Class: C-57
Drive Wheel Diameter: 57 inches
Cylinders: 21x30 inches
Maximum Tractive Effort: 39,458 pounds
Weight on Drivers: 175,600 pounds
Weight in Working Order (Engine Only): 196,400 pounds
Weight in Working Order (Engine and Tender): 333,100 pounds
Fuel: Oil

General Notes:

a. SPLA&SL 500-508 were built in 1904; renumbered to SPLA&SL 3500-3508 in late 1905; renumbered to LA&SL 3500-3508 in 1916; renumbered to LA&SL 6000-6008 in 1921
   

SPLA&SL 2-8-0 -- 30 locomotives

SPLA&SL
Number
Builder Builder
Number
Date
Built
1905 SPLA&SL
Number
SPLA&SL 600 Baldwin 24855 Dec 1904 SPLA&SL 3600
SPLA&SL 601 Baldwin 24856 Dec 1904 SPLA&SL 3601
SPLA&SL 602 Baldwin 24857 Dec 1904 SPLA&SL 3602
SPLA&SL 603 Baldwin 24858 Dec 1904 SPLA&SL 3603
SPLA&SL 604 Baldwin 24871 Dec 1904 SPLA&SL 3604
SPLA&SL 605 Baldwin 24872 Dec 1904 SPLA&SL 3605
SPLA&SL 606 Baldwin 24873 Dec 1904 SPLA&SL 3606
SPLA&SL 607 Baldwin 24874 Dec 1904 SPLA&SL 3607
SPLA&SL 608 Baldwin 24875 Dec 1904 SPLA&SL 3608
SPLA&SL 609 Baldwin 24887 Dec 1904 SPLA&SL 3609
SPLA&SL 610 Baldwin 24888 Dec 1904 SPLA&SL 3610
SPLA&SL 611 Baldwin 24889 Dec 1904 SPLA&SL 3611
SPLA&SL 612 Baldwin 24890 Dec 1904 SPLA&SL 3612
SPLA&SL 613 Baldwin 24891 Dec 1904 SPLA&SL 3613
SPLA&SL 614 Baldwin 24892 Dec 1904 SPLA&SL 3614
SPLA&SL 615 Baldwin 24900 Dec 1904 SPLA&SL 3615
SPLA&SL 616 Baldwin 24901 Dec 1904 SPLA&SL 3616
SPLA&SL 617 Baldwin 24910 Dec 1904 SPLA&SL 3617
SPLA&SL 618 Baldwin 24911 Dec 1904 SPLA&SL 3618
SPLA&SL 619 Baldwin 24913 Dec 1904 SPLA&SL 3619
SPLA&SL 620 Baldwin 24914 Dec 1904 SPLA&SL 3620
SPLA&SL 621 Baldwin 24915 Dec 1904 SPLA&SL 3621
SPLA&SL 622 Baldwin 24916 Dec 1904 SPLA&SL 3622
SPLA&SL 623 Baldwin 24921 Dec 1904 SPLA&SL 3623
SPLA&SL 624 Baldwin 24935 Dec 1904 SPLA&SL 3624
SPLA&SL 625 Baldwin 24940 Jan 1905 SPLA&SL 3625
SPLA&SL 626 Baldwin 24941 Jan 1905 SPLA&SL 3626
SPLA&SL 627 Baldwin 24942 Jan 1905 SPLA&SL 3627
SPLA&SL 628 Baldwin 24966 Jan 1905 SPLA&SL 3628
SPLA&SL 629 Baldwin 24969 Jan 1905 SPLA&SL 3629

Description:

CS Class: C-2
Drive Wheel Diameter: 57 inches
Cylinders: 22x30 inches
Maximum Tractive Effort: 43,305 pounds
Weight on Drivers: 198,460 pounds
Weight in Working Order (Engine Only): 220,500 pounds
Weight in Working Order (Engine and Tender): (varied due to two different tenders)
Fuel: Oil

General Notes:

a. SPLA&SL 600-629 were built in 1904 and 1905; renumbered to SPLA&SL 3600-3629 in late 1905; renumbered to LA&SL 3600-3629 in 1916; renumbered to LA&SL 6009-6038 in 1921
   

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

SPLA&SL
Number
Previous
Number
Date To
SPLA&SL
Builder Date
Rebuilt
1916 LA&SL
Number
Notes
SPLA&SL 888 UP 888 Dec 1913 U.P. Shops Sep 1892 LA&SL 888 1
SPLA&SL 889 UP 889 Dec 1913 U.P. Shops Dec 1895 LA&SL 889 2
SPLA&SL 890 UP 890 Dec 1913 U.P. Shops Feb 1897 LA&SL 890 3
SPLA&SL 891 UP 891 Dec 1913 U.P. Shops May 1898 LA&SL 891 4

Description:

Drive Wheel Diameter: 69 inches
Cylinders: 19x24 inches
Fuel: Coal

General Notes:

a. SPLA&SL 888-891 were purchased from UP on December 31, 1913; renumbered from UP 888-891 to SPLA&SL 888-891
b. All four locomotives were rebuilt by UP from retired locomotives.

Notes:

1. SPLA&SL 888 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. SPLA&SL 889 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. SPLA&SL 890 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. SPLA&SL 891 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
   

SPLA&SL 4-4-2 -- 4 locomotives

SPLA&SL
Number
Previous
Number
Date To
3100 Series
Builder Builder
Number
Date
Built
1916 LA&SL
Number
SPLA&SL 3100 SPLA&SL 100 1905 Schenectady 28554 Aug 1903 LA&SL 3100
SPLA&SL 3101 SPLA&SL 101 1905 Schenectady 28555 Aug 1903 LA&SL 3101
SPLA&SL 3102 SPLA&SL 102 1905 Schenectady 28556 Aug 1903 LA&SL 3102
SPLA&SL 3103 SPLA&SL 103 1905 Schenectady 28557 Aug 1903 LA&SL 3103

Description:

CS Class: A-1
Cabside Class: CT-70
Drive Wheel Diameter: 70 inches
Cylinders: 19x26 inches
Maximum Tractive Effort: 22,794 pounds
Weight on Drivers: 110,000 pounds
Weight in Working Order (Engine Only): 171,000 pounds
Weight in Working Order (Engine and Tender): 277,635 pounds
Fuel: Oil

General Notes:

a. SPLA&SL 3100-3103 were built as SPLA&SL 100-103 in 1903; renumbered to SPLA&SL 3100-3103 in late 1905; renumbered to LA&SL 3100-3103 in 1916; renumbered to LA&SL 3376-3379 in 1921
b. Rebuilt with Schmidt superheaters
   

SPLA&SL 4-6-0 -- 2 locomotives

SPLA&SL
Number
Previous
Number
Date To
3100 Series
Builder Builder
Number
Date
Built
1916 LA&SL
Number
SPLA&SL 3200 SPLA&SL 200 1905 Brooks 3928 Aug 1901 LA&SL 3200
SPLA&SL 3201 SPLA&SL 201 1905 Brooks 3929 Aug 1901 LA&SL 3201

Description:

Cabside Class: DL-68 (later T-68)
Drive Wheel Diameter: 68 inches
Cylinders: 20x28 inches (LA&SL 1592 later had 21x28 inches)
Maximum Tractive Effort: 24,500 pounds (LA&SL 1592 had 30,870 pounds)
Weight on Drivers: 144,000 pounds
Weight in Working Order (Engine Only): 179,800 pounds
Weight in Working Order (Engine and Tender): 298,650 pounds
Fuel: Oil

General Notes:

a. SPLA&SL 3200 and 3201 were built as SPLA&SL 200 and 201 in 1901; renumbered to SPLA&SL 3200 and 3201 in late 1905; renumbered to LA&SL 3200 and 3201 in 1916; renumbered to LA&SL 1591 and 1592 in 1921; vacated in 1925
   

SPLA&SL 4-6-0 -- 4 locomotives

SPLA&SL
Number
Previous
Number
Date To
3200 Series
Builder Builder
Number
Date
Built
1916 LA&SL
Number
SPLA&SL 3202 SPLA&SL 202 1905 Schenectady 6129 Jan 1902 LA&SL 3202
SPLA&SL 3203 SPLA&SL 203 1905 Schenectady 6130 Jan 1902 LA&SL 3203
SPLA&SL 3204 SPLA&SL 204 1905 Schenectady 6131 Jan 1902 LA&SL 3204
SPLA&SL 3205 SPLA&SL 205 1905 Schenectady 6132 Jan 1902 LA&SL 3205

Description:

Cabside Class: DM-68 (later T-68)
Drive Wheel Diameter: 68 inches
Cylinders: 20x28 inches
Maximum Tractive Effort: 28,000 pounds
Weight on Drivers: 131,100 pounds
Weight in Working Order (Engine Only): 168,800 pounds
Weight in Working Order (Engine and Tender): 286,600 pounds
Fuel: Oil

General Notes:

a. SPLA&SL 3202-3205 were built as SPLA&SL 202-205 in 1902; renumbered to SPLA&SL 3202-3205 in late 1905; renumbered to LA&SL 3202-3205 in 1916; renumbered to LA&SL 1593-1596 in 1921; vacated in 1925
b. SPLA&SL 3202 was built as coal-burning for service north of Milford (or possibly Caliente); converted to oil-burning in about 1916-1918.
   

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

SPLA&SL
Number
Previous
Number
Date To
3400 Series
Builder Builder
Number
Date
Built
1916 LA&SL
Number
Notes
SPLA&SL 3400 SPLA&SL 400 1905 Baldwin 23562 Jan 1904 LA&SL 3400  
SPLA&SL 3401 SPLA&SL 401 1905 Baldwin 23563 Jan 1904 LA&SL 3401  
SPLA&SL 3402 SPLA&SL 402 1905 Baldwin 23591 Jan 1904 LA&SL 3402  
SPLA&SL 3403 SPLA&SL 403 1905 Baldwin 23616 Jan 1904 LA&SL 3403  
SPLA&SL 3404 SPLA&SL 404 1905 Baldwin 23630 Jan 1904 LA&SL 3404  
SPLA&SL 3405 SPLA&SL 405 1905 Baldwin 23638 Jan 1904 LA&SL 3405  
SPLA&SL 3406 SPLA&SL 406 1905 Baldwin 24905 Dec 1904 LA&SL 3406  
SPLA&SL 3407 SPLA&SL 407 1905 Baldwin 24906 Dec 1904 LA&SL 3407  
SPLA&SL 3408 SPLA&SL 408 1905 Baldwin 24919 Dec 1904 LA&SL 3408 1
SPLA&SL 3409 SPLA&SL 409 1905 Baldwin 24920 Dec 1904 LA&SL 3409  
SPLA&SL 3410 SPLA&SL 410 1905 Baldwin 24932 Dec 1904 LA&SL 3410  
SPLA&SL 3411 SPLA&SL 411 1905 Baldwin 24933 Dec 1904 LA&SL 3411  
SPLA&SL 3412 SPLA&SL 412 1905 Baldwin 24934 Dec 1904 LA&SL 3412  
SPLA&SL 3413 SPLA&SL 413 1905 Baldwin 24954 Jan 1905 LA&SL 3413  
SPLA&SL 3414 SPLA&SL 414 1905 Baldwin 24955 Jan 1905 LA&SL 3414  
SPLA&SL 3415 SPLA&SL 415 1905 Baldwin 24959 Jan 1905 LA&SL 3415  
SPLA&SL 3416 SPLA&SL 416 1905 Baldwin 24960 Jan 1905 LA&SL 3416  
SPLA&SL 3417 SPLA&SL 417 1905 Baldwin 24975 Jan 1905 LA&SL 3417  
SPLA&SL 3418 SPLA&SL 418 1905 Baldwin 24976 Jan 1905 LA&SL 3418  
SPLA&SL 3419 SPLA&SL 419 1905 Baldwin 24977 Jan 1905 LA&SL 3419  
SPLA&SL 3420 SPLA&SL 420 1905 Baldwin 25002 Jan 1905 LA&SL 3420  

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: (see note)

General Notes:

a. SPLA&SL 3400-3420 were built as SPLA&SL 400-420 in 1904 and 1905; renumbered to SPLA&SL 3400-3420 in late 1905; renumbered to LA&SL 3400-3420 in 1916; renumbered to LA&SL 3150-3170 in 1921
b. SPLA&SL 3412, as SPLA&SL 412, operated on the Erie Railroad in January through April 1905; then on Illinois Central Railroad from April through June 1905.
c. SPLA&SL 3400, 3401, 3406, 3407, 3408, 3409, 3411, 3412 (8 locomotives) were built as coal-burning for service north of Milford (or possibly Caliente); converted to oil-burning in about 1916-1918.

Notes:

1. SPLA&SL 3408 was involved in a wreck on September 9, 1909 at Boulter, Utah; photographs show severe damage to both the locomotive and tender.
   

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

SPLA&SL
Number
Builder Builder
Number
Date
Built
1916 LA&SL
Number
SPLA&SL 3421 Baldwin 31582 Aug 1907 LA&SL 3421
SPLA&SL 3422 Baldwin 31594 Aug 1907 LA&SL 3422
SPLA&SL 3423 Baldwin 31595 Aug 1907 LA&SL 3423
SPLA&SL 3424 Baldwin 31644 Sep 1907 LA&SL 3424
SPLA&SL 3425 Baldwin 31645 Sep 1907 LA&SL 3425

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 (2,940 gallons)

General Notes:

a. SPLA&SL 3421-3425 were built in 1907 (delivered in October 1907); renumbered to LA&SL 3421-3425 in 1916; renumbered to LA&SL 3171-3175 in 1921
   

SPLA&SL 4-6-2 -- 6 locomotives

SPLA&SL
Number
Builder Builder
Number
Date
Built
1916 LA&SL
Number
SPLA&SL 3430 ALCo-Schenectady 50743 Mar 1912 LA&SL 3430
SPLA&SL 3431 ALCo-Schenectady 50744 Mar 1912 LA&SL 3431
SPLA&SL 3432 ALCo-Schenectady 50745 Mar 1912 LA&SL 3432
SPLA&SL 3433 ALCo-Schenectady 50746 Mar 1912 LA&SL 3433
SPLA&SL 3434 ALCo-Schenectady 50747 Mar 1912 LA&SL 3434
SPLA&SL 3435 ALCo-Schenectady 50748 Mar 1912 LA&SL 3435

Description:

CS Class: P-8
Cabside Class: P-77
Drive Wheel Diameter: 77 inches
Cylinders: 25x28 inches
Maximum Tractive Effort: 38,636 pounds (includes an 11,000 pounds booster) (later 42,500 pounds)
Weight on Drivers: 174,000 pounds (other weight-on-drivers weights include 164,800 pounds and 164,820 pounds)
Weight in Working Order (Engine Only): 283,000 pounds (other engine-only weights include 265,500 pounds and 275,720 pounds)
Weight in Working Order (Engine and Tender): 443,820 pounds
Fuel: Oil (2,940 gallons)

General Notes:

a. SPLA&SL 3430-3435 were built in 1912 (delivered in April 1912); renumbered to LA&SL 3430-3435 in 1916; renumbered to LA&SL 3176-3181 in 1921
b. Later equipped with an 11,000-pound tractive effort booster, giving a tractive effort of 42,5000 pounds
   

SPLA&SL 2-8-0 -- 9 locomotives

SPLA&SL
Number
Previous
Number
Date To
3500 Series
Builder Builder
Number
Date
Built
1916 LA&SL
Number
SPLA&SL 3500 SPLA&SL 500 1905 Baldwin 23648 Jan 1904 LA&SL 3500
SPLA&SL 3501 SPLA&SL 501 1905 Baldwin 23654 Jan 1904 LA&SL 3501
SPLA&SL 3502 SPLA&SL 502 1905 Baldwin 23655 Jan 1904 LA&SL 3502
SPLA&SL 3503 SPLA&SL 503 1905 Baldwin 23661 Jan 1904 LA&SL 3503
SPLA&SL 3504 SPLA&SL 504 1905 Baldwin 23690 Feb 1904 LA&SL 3504
SPLA&SL 3505 SPLA&SL 505 1905 Baldwin 23699 Feb 1904 LA&SL 3505
SPLA&SL 3506 SPLA&SL 506 1905 Baldwin 23725 Feb 1904 LA&SL 3506
SPLA&SL 3507 SPLA&SL 507 1905 Baldwin 23741 Feb 1904 LA&SL 3507
SPLA&SL 3508 SPLA&SL 508 1905 Baldwin 23770 Feb 1904 LA&SL 3508

Description:

CS Class: C-1
Cabside Class: C-57
Drive Wheel Diameter: 57 inches
Cylinders: 21x30 inches
Maximum Tractive Effort: 39,458 pounds
Weight on Drivers: 175,600 pounds
Weight in Working Order (Engine Only): 196,400 pounds
Weight in Working Order (Engine and Tender): 333,100 pounds
Fuel: Oil

General Notes:

a. SPLA&SL 3500-3508 were built as SPLA&SL 500-508 in 1904; renumbered to SPLA&SL 3500-3508 in late 1905; renumbered to LA&SL 3500-3508 in 1916; renumbered to LA&SL 6000-6008 in 1921
b. SPLA&SL 3500, 3501, 3503, 3504, 3505 (5 locomotives) were built as coal-burning for service north of Milford (or possibly Caliente); converted to oil-burning in about 1916-1918.
   

SPLA&SL 2-8-0 -- 30 locomotives

SPLA&SL
Number
Previous
Number
Date To
3600 Series
Builder Builder
Number
Date
Built
1916 LA&SL
Number
SPLA&SL 3600 SPLA&SL 600 1905 Baldwin 24855 Dec 1904 LA&SL 3600
SPLA&SL 3601 SPLA&SL 601 1905 Baldwin 24856 Dec 1904 LA&SL 3601
SPLA&SL 3602 SPLA&SL 602 1905 Baldwin 24857 Dec 1904 LA&SL 3602
SPLA&SL 3603 SPLA&SL 603 1905 Baldwin 24858 Dec 1904 LA&SL 3603
SPLA&SL 3604 SPLA&SL 604 1905 Baldwin 24871 Dec 1904 LA&SL 3604
SPLA&SL 3605 SPLA&SL 605 1905 Baldwin 24872 Dec 1904 LA&SL 3605
SPLA&SL 3606 SPLA&SL 606 1905 Baldwin 24873 Dec 1904 LA&SL 3606
SPLA&SL 3607 SPLA&SL 607 1905 Baldwin 24874 Dec 1904 LA&SL 3607
SPLA&SL 3608 SPLA&SL 608 1905 Baldwin 24875 Dec 1904 LA&SL 3608
SPLA&SL 3609 SPLA&SL 609 1905 Baldwin 24887 Dec 1904 LA&SL 3609
SPLA&SL 3610 SPLA&SL 610 1905 Baldwin 24888 Dec 1904 LA&SL 3610
SPLA&SL 3611 SPLA&SL 611 1905 Baldwin 24889 Dec 1904 LA&SL 3611
SPLA&SL 3612 SPLA&SL 612 1905 Baldwin 24890 Dec 1904 LA&SL 3612
SPLA&SL 3613 SPLA&SL 613 1905 Baldwin 24891 Dec 1904 LA&SL 3613
SPLA&SL 3614 SPLA&SL 614 1905 Baldwin 24892 Dec 1904 LA&SL 3614
SPLA&SL 3615 SPLA&SL 615 1905 Baldwin 24900 Dec 1904 LA&SL 3615
SPLA&SL 3616 SPLA&SL 616 1905 Baldwin 24901 Dec 1904 LA&SL 3616
SPLA&SL 3617 SPLA&SL 617 1905 Baldwin 24910 Dec 1904 LA&SL 3617
SPLA&SL 3618 SPLA&SL 618 1905 Baldwin 24911 Dec 1904 LA&SL 3618
SPLA&SL 3619 SPLA&SL 619 1905 Baldwin 24913 Dec 1904 LA&SL 3619
SPLA&SL 3620 SPLA&SL 620 1905 Baldwin 24914 Dec 1904 LA&SL 3620
SPLA&SL 3621 SPLA&SL 621 1905 Baldwin 24915 Dec 1904 LA&SL 3621
SPLA&SL 3622 SPLA&SL 622 1905 Baldwin 24916 Dec 1904 LA&SL 3622
SPLA&SL 3623 SPLA&SL 623 1905 Baldwin 24921 Dec 1904 LA&SL 3623
SPLA&SL 3624 SPLA&SL 624 1905 Baldwin 24935 Dec 1904 LA&SL 3624
SPLA&SL 3625 SPLA&SL 625 1905 Baldwin 24940 Jan 1905 LA&SL 3625
SPLA&SL 3626 SPLA&SL 626 1905 Baldwin 24941 Jan 1905 LA&SL 3626
SPLA&SL 3627 SPLA&SL 627 1905 Baldwin 24942 Jan 1905 LA&SL 3627
SPLA&SL 3628 SPLA&SL 628 1905 Baldwin 24966 Jan 1905 LA&SL 3628
SPLA&SL 3629 SPLA&SL 629 1905 Baldwin 24969 Jan 1905 LA&SL 3629

Description:

CS Class: C-2
Drive Wheel Diameter: 57 inches
Cylinders: 22x30 inches
Maximum Tractive Effort: 43,305 pounds
Weight on Drivers: 198,460 pounds
Weight in Working Order (Engine Only): 220,500 pounds
Weight in Working Order (Engine and Tender): (varied due to two different tenders)
Fuel: Oil

General Notes:

a. SPLA&SL 3600-3629 were built as SPLA&SL 600-629 in 1904 and 1905; renumbered to SPLA&SL 3600-3629 in late 1905; renumbered to LA&SL 3600-3629 in 1916; renumbered to LA&SL 6009-6038 in 1921
b. SPLA&SL 3600-3610, 3630, 3631, 3633, 3634, 3636, 3642, 3659, 3662 (19 locomotives) were built as coal-burning for service north of Milford (or possibly Caliente); converted to oil-burning in about 1916-1918.
   

SPLA&SL 2-8-0 -- 45 locomotives

SPLA&SL
Number
Builder Builder
Number
Date
Built
1916 LA&SL
Number
Notes
SPLA&SL 3630 Baldwin 29994 Jan 1907 LA&SL 3630 1
SPLA&SL 3631 Baldwin 29995 Jan 1907 LA&SL 3631  
SPLA&SL 3632 Baldwin 29996 Jan 1907 LA&SL 3632  
SPLA&SL 3633 Baldwin 29997 Jan 1907 LA&SL 3633  
SPLA&SL 3634 Baldwin 29998 Jan 1907 LA&SL 3634  
SPLA&SL 3635 Baldwin 30029 Jan 1907 LA&SL 3635  
SPLA&SL 3636 Baldwin 30060 Feb 1907 LA&SL 3636  
SPLA&SL 3637 Baldwin 30061 Feb 1907 LA&SL 3637  
SPLA&SL 3638 Baldwin 30062 Feb 1907 LA&SL 3638  
SPLA&SL 3639 Baldwin 30063 Feb 1907 LA&SL 3639  
SPLA&SL 3640 Baldwin 30082 Feb 1907 LA&SL 3640  
SPLA&SL 3641 Baldwin 30087 Feb 1907 LA&SL 3641  
SPLA&SL 3642 Baldwin 31539 Aug 1907 LA&SL 3642  
SPLA&SL 3643 Baldwin 31517 Aug 1907 LA&SL 3643  
SPLA&SL 3644 Baldwin 31518 Aug 1907 LA&SL 3644  
SPLA&SL 3645 Baldwin 31519 Aug 1907 LA&SL 3645  
SPLA&SL 3646 Baldwin 31537 Aug 1907 LA&SL 3646  
SPLA&SL 3647 Baldwin 31538 Aug 1907 LA&SL 3647  
SPLA&SL 3648 Baldwin 31576 Aug 1907 LA&SL 3648  
SPLA&SL 3649 Baldwin 31577 Aug 1907 LA&SL 3649  
SPLA&SL 3650 Baldwin 31613 Aug 1907 LA&SL 3650  
SPLA&SL 3651 Baldwin 31727 Sep 1907 LA&SL 3651  
SPLA&SL 3652 Brooks 44637 Dec 1907 LA&SL 3652  
SPLA&SL 3653 Brooks 44638 Dec 1907 LA&SL 3653  
SPLA&SL 3654 Brooks 44639 Dec 1907 LA&SL 3654  
SPLA&SL 3655 Brooks 44640 Dec 1907 LA&SL 3655  
SPLA&SL 3656 Brooks 44641 Dec 1907 LA&SL 3656  
SPLA&SL 3657 Brooks 44642 Dec 1907 LA&SL 3657  
SPLA&SL 3658 Brooks 44643 Dec 1907 LA&SL 3658  
SPLA&SL 3659 Brooks 44644 Dec 1907 LA&SL 3659  
SPLA&SL 3660 Brooks 44645 Dec 1907 LA&SL 3660  
SPLA&SL 3661 Brooks 44646 Dec 1907 LA&SL 3661  
SPLA&SL 3662 Brooks 44647 Dec 1907 LA&SL 3662  
SPLA&SL 3663 Brooks 44648 Dec 1907 LA&SL 3663  
SPLA&SL 3664 Brooks 44649 Dec 1907 LA&SL 3664  
SPLA&SL 3665 Brooks 44650 Jan 1908 LA&SL 3665  
SPLA&SL 3666 Brooks 44651 Jan 1908 LA&SL 3666  
SPLA&SL 3667 Brooks 44652 Jan 1908 LA&SL 3667  
SPLA&SL 3668 Brooks 44653 Jan 1908 LA&SL 3668  
SPLA&SL 3669 Brooks 44654 Jan 1908 LA&SL 3669  
SPLA&SL 3670 Brooks 44655 Jan 1908 LA&SL 3670  
SPLA&SL 3671 Brooks 44656 Jan 1908 LA&SL 3671  
SPLA&SL 3672 Brooks 44657 Jan 1908 LA&SL 3672  
SPLA&SL 3673 Brooks 44658 Jan 1908 LA&SL 3673  
SPLA&SL 3674 Brooks 44659 Jan 1908 LA&SL 3674  

Description:

CS Class: C-2
Drive Wheel Diameter: 57 inches
Cylinders: 22x30 inches
Maximum Tractive Effort: 43,305 pounds
Weight on Drivers: 198,460 pounds
Weight in Working Order (Engine Only): 220,500 pounds
Weight in Working Order (Engine and Tender): (varied due to two different tenders)
Fuel: Oil

General Notes:

a. SPLA&SL 3630-3674 were built in 1907 and 1908; renumbered to LA&SL 3630-3674 in 1916; to LA&SL 6039-6083 in 1921

Notes:

1. The boiler of SPLA&SL 3630 exploded on July 3, 1911 at Lakepoint, Utah, 20 miles west of Salt Lake City. The engineer and fireman were both killed, and the locomotive completely demolished; damage was repaired and locomotive returned to service; renumbered to LA&SL 3630 in 1916; renumbered to LA&SL 6039 in 1921; retired in 1948. (The Locomotive, Volume 28, Number 8, October 1911, page 232)
   

SPLA&SL 2-8-2 -- 8 locomotives

SPLA&SL
Number
Builder Builder
Number
Date
Built
1916 LA&SL
Number
SPLA&SL 3700 ALCo-Schenectady 54394 Jan 1914 LA&SL 3700
SPLA&SL 3701 ALCo-Schenectady 54395 Jan 1914 LA&SL 3701
SPLA&SL 3702 ALCo-Schenectady 54396 Jan 1914 LA&SL 3702
SPLA&SL 3703 ALCo-Schenectady 54397 Jan 1914 LA&SL 3703
SPLA&SL 3704 ALCo-Schenectady 54398 Jan 1914 LA&SL 3704
SPLA&SL 3705 ALCo-Schenectady 54399 Jan 1914 LA&SL 3705
SPLA&SL 3706 ALCo-Schenectady 54400 Jan 1914 LA&SL 3706
SPLA&SL 3707 ALCo-Schenectady 54401 Jan 1914 LA&SL 3707

Description:

CS Class: MK-6
Cabside Class: MK-63
Drive Wheel Diameter: 63 inches
Cylinders: 26x28 inches
Maximum Tractive Effort: 51,075 pounds (later 53,628 pounds)
Weight on Drivers: 217,800
Weight in Working Order (Engine Only): 285,100 pounds
Weight in Working Order (Engine and Tender): 445,920 pounds
Fuel: Oil

General Notes:

a. SPLA&SL 3700-3707 were built in 1914; renumbered to LA&SL 3700-3707 in 1916; renumbered to LA&SL 2700-2707 in 1921
b. Equipped with a Schmidt superheater
   

SPLA&SL 2-8-2 -- 1 locomotive

SPLA&SL
Number
Builder Builder
Number
Date
Built
1916 LA&SL
Number
SPLA&SL 3708 Baldwin 41762 Oct 1914 LA&SL 3708

Description:

CS Class: MK-6
Cabside Class: MK-63
Drive Wheel Diameter: 63 inches
Cylinders: 26x28 inches
Maximum Tractive Effort: 51,075 pounds
Weight on Drivers: 211,700
Weight in Working Order (Engine Only): 282,800 pounds
Weight in Working Order (Engine and Tender): 430,000 pounds
Fuel: Oil (2,940 gallons; later 3,226 gallons)

General Notes:

a. SPLA&SL 3708 was built in 1914 (delivered in November 1914); renumbered to LA&SL 3708 in 1916; renumbered to LA&SL 2708 in 1921
b. Equipped with a Schmidt superheater

More Information

SPLA&SL - LA&SL Locomotive Roster Notes

SPLA&SL - LA&SL McKeen Motor Cars

LA&SL Electric Locomotives

SPLA&SL Predecessor Roads

LA&SL Steam Locomotives, 1916-1921

Allen Copeland's original 1988 roster -- Reformatted from publication in John Signor's LA&SL book (PDF; 11 pages; 4.4MB).

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