Unofficial Union Pacific Steam Roster - Trains de l'Union Pacific
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 Union Pacific Trains and Engines

Union Pacific Trains and Engines

Union Pacific from 1862 to 1960 - Unofficial
 Union Pacific Trains and Engines

Unofficial UNION PACIFIC Steam Roster

The locomotives are displayed according to their number when the picture was taken or in the case of locomotive which companies have been incorporated, in their new number within the Union Pacific even though it differs from the picture. You should know that many of them were transferred from one company to another within the Union Pacific and many also were renumbered during their careers.
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Number (or name)   Whyte
Number : _ for any char, % for any string
 
Union Pacific Eastern Division Railway locomotive the Seminole
"Seminole"
Whyte : 4-4-0
Class : Seminole
Gauge : Standard
Manufacter : Rogers - Built date : 1867
Date : 1867
Title : Union Pacific Eastern Division Railway locomotive the Seminole
Photographer :
Source : Kansas Memory
 
UP locomotive, engine number Wyoming, engine type 0-6-0
"Wyoming"
Whyte : 0-6-0
Class :
Gauge : Standard
Date : 1922
Title : UP locomotive, engine number Wyoming, engine type 0-6-0
Collection : Otto C. Perry memorial collection of railroad photographs
Photographer : Perry, Otto, 1894-1970
Source : Denver Public Library
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Oregon Pony
"Oregon Pony"
Whyte : 0-4-0T
Class :
Gauge : Standard
Manufacter : Vulcan Iron Works
Date : 1940
Title : Oregon Pony
Collection : Lyn Topinka
Photographer : Anderson Sundry Co.
Source : Tell us if you know
The Oregon Pony. The first steam engine to run on the Oregon Portage Railroad. Operated in 1862 and 1863, in freight and passenger service, on the southern bank of the Columbia River, between Bonneville and Cascade Locks. Now, stands in front of railroad depot, in Portland. This wood burner was the very first locomotive on any of the lines which now constitute the UP system
Oregon Pony
"Oregon Pony"
Whyte : 0-4-0T
Class :
Gauge : Standard
Manufacter : Vulcan Iron Works
Date : 1940
Title : Oregon Pony
Photographer :
Source : Tell us if you know
Bronze plaque reads: "The Oregon Pony. First Locomotive in the Pacific Northwest. This engline was operated in 1862 and 1863 in freight and passenger service on the first Oregon railroad, on the southern bank of the Columbia River between Bonneville and Cascade Locks" . This wood burner was the very first locomotive on any of the lines which now constitute the UP system. Union Station, Portland, Oregon, ca.1940.
 
Locomotives P.79
"MW0001"
Whyte : 0-4-0T
Class :
Gauge : 30 inches
Date :
Title : Locomotives P.79
Photographer :
Source donors : Ferrell, Mallory Hope
Source : Utah State History
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Inspection car - Ellis Photo #104
"Inspection car"
Whyte : 0-4-0T
Class :
Gauge : Standard
Date :
Title : Inspection car - Ellis Photo #104
Photographer : Ellis
Source : Tell us if you know
 
UP
"Vice Admiral Farragut"
Whyte : 4-4-0
Class :
Gauge : Standard
Date :
Title : UP "Vice Admiral Farragut" 4-4-0
Photographer :
Source : Tell us if you know
UP "Vice Admiral Farragut" 4-4-0
 
UP #1 4-4-0
#1 ("General Sherman")
Whyte : 4-4-0
Class :
Gauge : Standard
Manufacter : Danforth & Co.
Date : 1865
Title : UP #1 4-4-0
Collection : Hulton Collection
Photographer :
Source : Text : Pionneering the Union Pacific by Charles Edgar Ames
No.1 the first UP engine, otherwise known as the "General Sherman", in Omaha. On July 8 1865 the first locomotive arrived at Omaha. It was No. 1, the "General Sherman", named after the war hero who was always a strong friend of the UP. It had been hauled on flatcars over the Hannibal and St. Joseph, whence it had been shipped 175 miles up the Missouri River, while there was still enough water, to the Omaha ferry landing.
 
Union Pacific Railroad pony locomotive #1
#1 ("Utha")
Whyte : 0-4-0
Class :
Gauge : Standard
Manufacter : Danforth & Co.
Date : 1868
Title : Union Pacific Railroad pony locomotive #1
Photographer : Hull, Arundel C., 1846-1908.
Source : Denver Public Library
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UP #1 Steam Turbine
#1
Whyte : 2-C+C-2
Class :
Gauge : Standard
Manufacter : General Electric - Built date : 1938
Date : 1938
Title : UP #1 Steam Turbine
Photographer :
Source : The Union Pacific Turbine Locomotive
UP #1 Steam Turbine
#1
Whyte : 2-C+C-2
Class :
Gauge : Standard
Manufacter : General Electric - Built date : 1938
Date : 1938
Title : UP #1 Steam Turbine
Photographer :
Source : Tell us if you know
UP #1 Steam Turbine
UP #1 and #2 Steam Turbine
#1 and #2
Whyte : 2-C+C-2
Class :
Gauge : Standard
Manufacter : General Electric - Built date : 1938
Date : 1938
Title : UP #1 and #2 Steam Turbine
Photographer :
Source : Tell us if you know
UP #1 and #2 Steam Turbine
#1 and #2
Whyte : 2-C+C-2
Class :
Gauge : Standard
Manufacter : General Electric - Built date : 1938
Date :
Title : UP #1 and #2 Steam Turbine
Photographer :
Source : Alain Liennard
 
UP #2 0-4-0 Pony
#2
Whyte : 0-4-0T
Class :
Gauge : Standard
Manufacter : Grant
Date : 1865
Title : UP #2 0-4-0 Pony
Photographer :
Source : Central Pacific Railroad Photographic History Museum
Text : Pioneering the Union Pacific
Grant built Pony worked Omaha and Council Bluffs Bridge run in least years.
 
UP Steam Turbine #2
#2
Whyte : 2-C+C-2
Class :
Gauge : Standard
Manufacter : General Electric - Built date : 1938
Date : 1939
Title : UP Steam Turbine #2
Photographer :
Source : Tell us if you know
Denver, Colorado, 27 May, 1939
 
Salt Lake & Los Angeles Railroad P.2
#2
Whyte : 4-4-0
Class :
Company : SL&LA (Salt Lake & Los Angeles Railway) Controlled by UP since 1921
Gauge : Standard
Date :
Title : Salt Lake & Los Angeles Railroad P.2
Photographer :
Source donors : Edwards, Robert W.
Source : Utah State History
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UP #3 0-4-0T
#3
Whyte : 0-4-0T
Class :
Gauge : Standard
Manufacter : Grant
Date :
Title : UP #3 0-4-0T
Photographer :
Source : Tell us if you know
Pony engine, Omaha yard, The Union Pacific began building from Omaha in 1865. Material arrived on the Missouri River and was shunted around by yard engines before heading West.
 
UP #3 4-6-0
#3
Whyte : 4-6-0
Class :
Gauge : Standard
Date :
Title : UP #3 4-6-0
Photographer :
Source : Tell us if you know
 
Salt Lake & Los Angeles Railroad P.1
#3
Whyte : 4-4-0
Class :
Company : SL&LA (Salt Lake & Los Angeles Railway) Controlled by UP since 1921
Gauge : Standard
Date :
Title : Salt Lake & Los Angeles Railroad P.1
Photographer :
Source donors : Edwards, Robert W.
Source : Utah State History
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4-4-0 T Locomotive #5 and the UPRR Photograph Car near Point of Rocks, Wyoming
#5
Whyte : 4-4-0T
Class :
Gauge : Standard
Date :
Title : 4-4-0 T Locomotive #5 and the UPRR Photograph Car near Point of Rocks, Wyoming
Collection : Union Pacific Railroad
Photographer : J.B. Silvis Union Pacific Railroad
Source : Central Pacific Railroad Photographic History Museum
 
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