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 Trains de l'UNION PACIFIC

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 Trains de l'UNION PACIFIC

Unofficial UNION PACIFIC Steam Roster

Les locomotives sont affichées suivant leur numéro au moment de la photo ou dans le cas de locomotives de compagnies incorporées dans leur nouveau numéro au sein de l'Union Pacific même s'il diffère de celui de la photo. Il faut savoir que beaucoup d'entre elles furent transférées d'une compagnie à l'autre ou re-numérotées durant leur carrière.
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Vous trouverez des informations supplémentaires sur les locomotives à vapeur de l'Union Pacific sur le site UtahRails.net Union PacificUtahRails.net
Vous trouverez des informations supplémentaires sur les locomotives à vapeur de l'Union Pacific sur le site Fallen Flags and Other Railroad Photos Union PacificFallen Flags and Other Railroad Photos
Liste des locomotives de l' U.P.R.R. en 1871 sur Central Pacific Railroad Photographic History Museum
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(ou nom)   Classification Whyte
N° : _ pour n'importe quel caractère, % pour n'importe quelle suite de carcatères
 
DSP&P #57
N°57
Classification Whyte : 2-6-6T
Classe : DI-1
Compagnie : DSP&P (Denver, South Park & Pacific) Controlled by UP bewteen 1885 and 1899
Jauge : Narrow
Fabricant : Mason Bogie
Date : 1885
Titre : DSP&P #57
Photographe :
Source : Iron Horse 1:29
#57 when controlled by UP, Number 24, later renumbered to Number 57 in 1885.
DSP&P #57
N°57
Classification Whyte : 2-6-6T
Classe : DI-1
Compagnie : DSP&P (Denver, South Park & Pacific) Controlled by UP bewteen 1885 and 1899
Jauge : Narrow
Fabricant : Mason Bogie
Date : 1892
Titre : DSP&P #57
Collection : T. St. Jhon Collection, Mac Poor page 457
Photographe :
Source : Iron Horse 1:29
#57 when controlled by UP, DSP&P Number 24, later renumbered to Number 57 in 1885. Number 57 after name change to Denver, Leadville, & Gunnilson, photographed at Garfield Quarry in 1892. Photo from Denver, South Park & Pacific, Mac Poor page 457
DSP&P #57
N°57
Classification Whyte : 2-6-6T
Classe : DI-1
Compagnie : DSP&P (Denver, South Park & Pacific) Controlled by UP bewteen 1885 and 1899
Jauge : Narrow
Fabricant : Mason Bogie
Date : 1939
Titre : DSP&P #57
Photographe :
Source : Iron Horse 1:29
#57 when controlled by UP, 1939 photo of #57, the last surviving 2-6-6T, taken in Aimes, IA
 
UP historic equipment, engine number 58, engine type 4-4-0 ex Virginian Truckee #18,With steam-turbine-electric engines 1 & 2 on
N°58 et N°1 et N°2
Classification Whyte : 4-4-0
Classe :
Jauge : Standard
- Date fabrication : 1938
Date : 1939
Titre : UP historic equipment, engine number 58, engine type 4-4-0 ex Virginian Truckee #18,With steam-turbine-electric engines 1 & 2 on
Collection : Otto C. Perry memorial collection of railroad photographs
Photographe : Perry, Otto, 1894-1970
Source : Denver Public Library
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UP historic equipment, engine number 58, engine type 4-4-0 ex Virginian Truckee #18,With steam-turbine-electric engines 1 & 2 on
N°58 et N°1 et N°2
Classification Whyte : 4-4-0
Classe :
Jauge : Standard
Date : 1939
Titre : UP historic equipment, engine number 58, engine type 4-4-0 ex Virginian Truckee #18,With steam-turbine-electric engines 1 & 2 on
Collection : Otto C. Perry memorial collection of railroad photographs
Photographe : Perry, Otto, 1894-1970
Source : Denver Public Library
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UP #58 4-4-0
N°58
Classification Whyte : 4-4-0
Classe :
Jauge : Standard
Date : 1939
Titre : UP #58 4-4-0
Collection : The Joseph A. Smith Collection
Photographe :
Source : The Joseph A. Smith Collection
Union Pacific Railroad Steam Locomotive #58 at Los Angeles, California in March, 1939. 58 was built by Central Pacific Sacramento Shop in September 1873, #6. as Virginia & Truckee 18 "Dayton" It was sold to Paramount Pictures in September 1938 and starred on "Union Pacific" as 58 and appeared in various movies. It was leased to National Parks Service as Union Pacific 119 in 1969 and sold to State of Nevada as V&T 18.
 
UP 59 4-4-0 OR&N
N°59
Classification Whyte : 4-4-0
Classe :
Compagnie : OWR&N (Oregon-Washington Railroad & Navigation) Controlled by UP since 1899
Jauge : Standard
Date :
Titre : UP 59 4-4-0 OR&N
Photographe :
Source : Union Pacific
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UP 59 4-4-0 OR&N
 
Shop Number 674
N°59
Classification Whyte : 3-truck
Classe :
Compagnie : SPLA&SL (San Pedro, Los Angeles & Salt Lake Railroad) Controlled by UP since 1902
Jauge : Standard
Fabricant : Shay - N° const. 674
Date :
Titre : Shop Number 674
Collection : George R. Kadelak Collection
Photographe :
Etat conservation : Scrapped  1949-02-18
Source : Shay Locomotives
UP 59 Three truck shay C 65-3
 
San Pedro, Los Angeles, and Salt Lake Railroad - Locomotive 60
N°60
Classification Whyte : 2-truck
Classe :
Compagnie : SPLA&SL (San Pedro, Los Angeles & Salt Lake Railroad) Controlled by UP since 1902
Jauge : Standard
Fabricant : Shay - N° const. 511
Date : 1878-1882
Titre : San Pedro, Los Angeles, and Salt Lake Railroad - Locomotive 60
Photographe : Hook, William Edward
Donateurs : Johnson, Kenneth W.
Etat conservation : Scrapped  1928
Source : Utah State History
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Shop Number 511
N°60
Classification Whyte : 2-truck
Classe :
Compagnie : SPLA&SL (San Pedro, Los Angeles & Salt Lake Railroad) Controlled by UP since 1902
Jauge : Standard
Fabricant : Shay - N° const. 511
Date :
Titre : Shop Number 511
Collection : Union Pacific Railroad Museum Collection
Photographe :
Etat conservation : Scrapped  1928
Source : Shay Locomotives
UP 60 Two Truck Shay B 28-2
 
San Pedro, Los Angeles & Salt Lake RR P.4
N°61
Classification Whyte : 3-truck
Classe :
Compagnie : SPLA&SL (San Pedro, Los Angeles & Salt Lake Railroad) Controlled by UP since 1902
Jauge : Standard
Fabricant : Shay - N° const. 1812
Date :
Titre : San Pedro, Los Angeles & Salt Lake RR P.4
Photographe :
Etat conservation : Scrapped  1955
Source : Utah State History
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Union Pacific Railroad -Locomotives P. 5
N°61
Classification Whyte : 3-truck
Classe :
Compagnie : SPLA&SL (San Pedro, Los Angeles & Salt Lake Railroad) Controlled by UP since 1902
Jauge : Standard
Fabricant : Shay - N° const. 1812
Date :
Titre : Union Pacific Railroad -Locomotives P. 5
Photographe :
Donateurs : Union Pacific Railroad Company
Etat conservation : Scrapped  1955
Source : Utah State History
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Shop Number 1812
N°61
Classification Whyte : 3-truck
Classe :
Compagnie : SPLA&SL (San Pedro, Los Angeles & Salt Lake Railroad) Controlled by UP since 1902
Jauge : Standard
Fabricant : Shay - N° const. 1812
Date :
Titre : Shop Number 1812
Collection : Jack Holst collection
Photographe : Jack Holst
Etat conservation : Scrapped  1955
Source : Shay Locomotives
UP 61 Three Truck Shay C 80-3
 
Gen. Casement's construction train.  (1869)
N°66
Classification Whyte : 4-4-0
Classe :
Jauge : Standard
Fabricant : Schenectady
Date : 1869
Titre : Gen. Casement's construction train. (1869)
Collection : Stephen A. Schwarzman Building / Photography Collection, Miriam and Ira D. Wallach Division of Art, Prints and Photographs
Photographe : Russell, Andrew J., 1830-1902
Source : NYPL Digital Gallery
Gen. Casement's construction train. (1869).The great West illustrated in a series of photographic views across the continent taken along the line of the Union Pacific Railroad west from Omaha, Nebraska. / A.J. Russell.
Union Pacific Railroad -Boarding Train P. 1
N°66
Classification Whyte : 4-4-0
Classe :
Jauge : Standard
Fabricant : Schenectady
Date :
Titre : Union Pacific Railroad -Boarding Train P. 1
Photographe :
Donateurs : Union Pacific Railroad Company
Source : Utah State History
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UP #85 2-6-0 Snow Plow
N°85
Classification Whyte : 2-6-0
Classe :
Jauge : Standard
Fabricant : Danforth & Co.
Date :
Titre : UP #85 2-6-0 Snow Plow
Photographe :
Source : The Railway Snowplow
In this circa 1875 photograph on the Union Pacific, you can see an early deluxe snowplow. For the season, it is mounted on a freight engine with six, smaller driving wheels ... smaller wheels compared to the fast running 'high-drivered' Currier and Ives example above. So this locomotive should have better adhesion and operate in a 'lower gear' against the snow load. As the snow rises up the 'shovel nose' of the plow, it will push down on the front half of the locomotive, making the drivers even less 'slippery'. Notice the white 'winter curtains' over the open back end of the cab which also cover the fuel load in the tender. At higher speeds, powdery snow will fly through the air making it impossible to see ahead. Snow will blow and pack into every open spot ... that's why the curtains are necessary. These curtains were no substitute for a properly enclosed cab ... the fireman would bake ... then freeze ... as he walked between the firebox door and the fuel in the tender. Also notice that no headlight is visible on the locomotive with the plow mounted.
 
Union Pacific Railroad P. 92
N°86
Classification Whyte : 4-4-0
Classe :
Jauge : Standard
Fabricant : Danforth & Co.
Date : 1869
Titre : Union Pacific Railroad P. 92
Photographe :
Source : Utah State History
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Engine No. 86 at Green River Station. Wyoming.
N°86
Classification Whyte : 4-4-0
Classe :
Jauge : Standard
Fabricant : Danforth & Co.
Date :
Titre : Engine No. 86 at Green River Station. Wyoming.
Collection : N.Y. Historical Society
Photographe : William H. Jackson
Source : Central Pacific Railroad Photographic History Museum
 
UP #90 4-6-0
N°90
Classification Whyte : 4-6-0
Classe :
Jauge : Standard
Fabricant : Baldwin
Date : 1868
Titre : UP #90 4-6-0
Collection : LeClaireRail
Photographe : H.L.Broadbelt
Source : LeClairRail
 
UP locomotive, engine number 103, engine type 2-8-0
N°103
Classification Whyte : 2-8-0
Classe : C-51
Jauge : Standard
Date : 1917
Titre : UP locomotive, engine number 103, engine type 2-8-0
Collection : Otto C. Perry memorial collection of railroad photographs
Photographe : Perry, Otto, 1894-1970
Source : Denver Public Library
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