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:288 [Damaged car. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:289 [Wreck scene. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:290 Southern Pacific R.R. No. 1207, 4-4-0, built by Mason Loco. Works in 1868. Photo taken when engine was up for sale in 1906. D.L. Joslyn collection. [? Ruins of railroad line following flood.]

 

:291 [Flooded tracks.]

 

:292 Damage resulting from Tehachapi earthquake. July 21, 1952. [Along Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:293 Damage resulting from Tehachapi earthquake. July 21, 1952. [Along Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:294 Damage resulting from Tehachapi earthquake. July 21, 1952. [Along Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:295 Damage resulting from Tehachapi earthquake. July 21, 1952. [Along Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:296 Damage resulting from Tehachapi earthquake. July 21, 1952. [Along Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:297 Damage resulting from Tehachapi earthquake. July 21, 1952. [Along Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:298 Damage resulting from Tehachapi earthquake. July 21, 1952. [Along Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:299 Damage resulting from Tehachapi earthquake. July 21, 1952. [Along Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:300 Damage resulting from Tehachapi earthquake. July 21, 1952. [Along Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:301 Damage resulting from Tehachapi earthquake. July 21, 1952. [Along Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:302 Damage resulting from Tehachapi earthquake. July 21, 1952. [Along Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:303 Damage resulting from Tehachapi earthquake. July 21, 1952. [Along Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:304 Damage resulting from Tehachapi earthquake. July 21, 1952. [Along Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:305 Damage resulting from Tehachapi earthquake. July 21, 1952. [Along Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:306 Damage resulting from Tehachapi earthquake. July 21, 1952. [Along Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:307 Damage resulting from Tehachapi earthquake. July 21, 1952. [Along Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:308 Damage resulting from Tehachapi earthquake. July 21, 1952. [Along Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:309 Damage resulting from Tehachapi earthquake. July 21, 1952. [Along Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:310 Damage resulting from Tehachapi earthquake. July 21, 1952. [Along Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:311 Damage resulting from Tehachapi earthquake. July 21, 1952. [Along Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:312 Damage resulting from Tehachapi earthquake. July 21, 1952. [Along Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:313 Damage resulting from Tehachapi earthquake. July 21, 1952. [Along Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:314 Damage resulting from Tehachapi earthquake. July 21, 1952. [Along Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:315 Damage resulting from Tehachapi earthquake. July 21, 1952. [Along Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:316 Damage resulting from Tehachapi earthquake. July 21, 1952. [Along Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:317 Damage resulting from Tehachapi earthquake. July 21, 1952. [Along Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:318 Damage resulting from Tehachapi earthquake. July 21, 1952. [Along Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:319 Damage resulting from Tehachapi earthquake. July 21, 1952. [Along Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:320 Damage resulting from Tehachapi earthquake. July 21, 1952. [Along Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:321 Damage resulting from Tehachapi earthquake. July 21, 1952. [Along Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:322 Damage resulting from Tehachapi earthquake. July 21, 1952. [Along Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:323 Damage resulting from Tehachapi earthquake. July 21, 1952. [Along Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:324 Damage resulting from Tehachapi earthquake. July 21, 1952. [Along Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:325 Damage resulting from Tehachapi earthquake. July 21, 1952. [Along Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:326 Damage resulting from Tehachapi earthquake. July 21, 1952. [Along Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:327 Damage resulting from Tehachapi earthquake. July 21, 1952. [Along Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:328 Damage resulting from Tehachapi earthquake. July 21, 1952. [Along Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:329 Damage resulting from Tehachapi earthquake. July 21, 1952. [Along Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:330 Damage resulting from Tehachapi earthquake. July 21, 1952. [Along Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:331 Damage resulting from Tehachapi earthquake. July 21, 1952. [Along Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:332 Damage resulting from Tehachapi earthquake. July 21, 1952. [Along Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:333 Damage resulting from Tehachapi earthquake. July 21, 1952. [Along Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:334 Damage resulting from Tehachapi earthquake. July 21, 1952. [Along Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

Volume 95: Detailed Construction Photos of Southern Pacific 4-8-8-2 no. 4211 Built by Baldwin Locomotive Works

 

:1 12251. [Engine No. 4211. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:2 12258-2. [Engine No. 4211. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:3 12257-2. [Engine No. 4211. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:4 12256. [Engine No. 4211. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:5 12256-1. [Engine No. 4211. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:6 12254. [Engine No. 4211. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:7 12252. 4-8-8-2, SA 112, S.P. [February 23, 1942. Engine No. 4211. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:8 S.P. 12252-1. 4-8-8-2; SA 112. [February 23, 1942. Engine No. 4211. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:9 S.P. 12252-2. 4-8-8-2; SA 112. [February 23, 1942. Engine No. 4211. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:10 S.P. 12252-3. 4-8-8-2; 24 SA 112. [February 23, 1942. Engine No. 4211. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:11 S.P. 12252-4. 4-8-8-2; 24 SA 112. [February 23, 1942. Engine No. 4211. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:12 12274. [December 19, 1941. Engine No. 4211. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:13 12274-1. [December 19, 1941. Engine No. 4211. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:14 12274-2. [December 19, 1941. Engine No. 4211. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:15 12274-3. [December 19, 1941. Engine No. 4211. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:16 12274-4. [February 17, 1942. Engine No. 4211. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:17 12274-6. [January 4, 1946. Engine No. 4211. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:18 12274-7. [January 14, 1942. Engine No. 4211. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:19 12274-8. [January 14, 1942. Engine No. 4211. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:20 12274-9. [February 9, 1942. Engine No. 4211. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:21 12274-10. [February 8, 1942. Engine No. 4211. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:22 12274-11. [January 14, 1942. Engine No. 4211. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:23 12274-12. [February 2, 1942. Engine No. 4211. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:24 12274-13. [February 2, 1942. Engine No. 4211. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:25 12274-4. [January 14, 1942. Engine No. 4211. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:26 12274-15. [January 29, 1942. Engine No. 4211. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:27 12274-17. [December 19, 1941. Engine No. 4211. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:28 12274-18. [November 8, 1941. Engine No. 4211. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:29 12274-19. [November 8, 1941. Engine No. 4211. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:30 12274-20. 4-8-8-2; 24 SA; [106?]. [December 14, 1941. Engine No. 4211. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:31 12274-21. [January 14, 1942. Engine No. 4211. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:32 12274-22. [January 14, 1942. Engine No. 4211. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:33 12274-23. [April 28, 1942. Engine No. 4211. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:34 12274-24. [April 28, 1942. Engine No. 4211. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:35 12274-25. [April 28, 1942. Engine No. 4211. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:36 12274-26. [April 29, 1942. Engine No. 4211. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:37 12274-27. [May, 1942. Engine No. 4211. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:38 12274-29. [May 4, 1942. Engine No. 4211. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:39 12274-30. [May 4, 1942. Engine No. 4211. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:40 12274-31. [May 4, 1942. Engine No. 4211. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:41 12274-32. [Engine No. 4211. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

Volumes 84-90.

Subseries 9: Central Pacific Railroad. 1863-ca. 1965

Physical Description: 2,382 Photographs.
 

Volume 84: Central Pacific Railroad -- Southern Pacific Railroad -- Locomotives 1863-1891

 

:1 Copy of printed sheet issued November 6, 1868, listing the locomotives used in building the Central Pacific Railroad. The Western Pacific Railroad, whose locomotives are also listed, was a line from Sacramento to Oakland which was absorbed by the Central Pacific about 1866

 

:2 C. P. Huntington, Southern Pacific Railroad Engine Number One.

 

:3 [Southern Pacific Railroad Engine No. 1. Dave Joslyn on pilot.]

 

:4 Southern Pacific No.1, C. P. Huntington, taken at Sacramento when getting ready to steam down for the dedication of the S.P. bridge across Carquinez Straits, November 1, 1930. Mr. D. L. Joslyn, Official Photographer for the S. P. Co., standing in the gangway, who is also standing on the pilot of headend view on preceding page [No.3]. Mister Joslyn supplied most all the pictures in this book.

 

:5 [ C. P. Huntington, Southern Pacific Railroad Engine No. 1.]

 

:6 [ C. P. Huntington, Southern Pacific Railroad Engine No. 1.]

 

:7 Southern Pacific R.R. No.1, C. P. Huntington , 4-2-4T, built by Danforth, Cooke & Co., Patterson, N.J., in 1864. Shipped to Sacramento from the Atlantic coast around Cape Horn in the sailing ship Success in 1864. Went into service for the Central Pacific R.R. April 1864. Cyl. 11" x 15"; Driv. 54 in.; total wt. 39,000 lb. Formerly C.P.R.R. No.3. Picture taken while engine was used as a switcher and is probably pushing a weed killer. Afterwards altered and refinished for an ornament and was placed in the park surrounding the S.P. depot at Sacramento, California, for a good many years. It is used in pageants and fairs once in awhile and generally under steam. Photo given me by Mr. Joslyn of Sacramento.

 

:8 C. P. Huntington at Ben Ali. [Engine No. 1. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:9 C. P. Huntington at Los Angeles at opening of new Union Station. [Engine No. 1. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:10 [Engine No. 1. Southern Pacific Railroad Engine No. 1.]

 

:11 Old No.4, first engine over the Sierra Nevada Mts. [Postcard. Verso: "Faked number. Bought this card at Reno 1931. No. 1 on head l. [i.e. head light]."] [Central Pacific Railroad.]

 

:12 Southern Pacific Railroad No.1, C. P. Huntington.

 

:13 [Engine No.1. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:14 C.P. [i.e. Central Pacific] No.1, R. Norris and Son build.

 

:15 C.P.R.R. [i.e. Central Pacific Railroad No.1. Governor Stanford.

 

:16 C.P.R.R. [i.e. Central Pacific Railroad] No.1, used as a switcher in Sacramento.

 

:17 C.P.R.R. [i.e. Central Pacific Railroad] No.1.

 

:18 C.P.R.R. [i.e. Central Pacific Railroad] No.1, at Stanford.

 

:19 [Engine No. 1. Central Pacific Railroad.]

 

:20 [Engine No. 1. Central Pacific Railroad.]

 

:21 [Engine No. 1. Central Pacific Railroad.]

 

:22 [Unidentified man at cable pulley.]

 

:23 [Engine No. 1. Central Pacific Railroad.]

 

:24 [Engine No. 1. Central Pacific Railroad.]

 

:25 [Engine No. 1. Central Pacific Railroad.]

 

:26 [Engine No. 1. Central Pacific Railroad.]

 

:27 [Engine No. 1. Central Pacific Railroad.]

 

:28 Being placed in Stanford University Museum. April 1899. [Engine No. 1. Central Pacific Railroad.]

 

:29 C.P.R.R. [i.e. Central Pacific Railroad] No.3. C. P. Huntington. Built 1864.

 

:30 S.P.R.R. [i.e. Southern Pacific Railroad] No.2. Formerly S.F. & S.J.R.R. [i.e. San Francisco & San Jose Railroad] No.1, San Francisco. At S.P. shops, San Francisco, 1906.

 

:31 Central Pacific R.R. No.1, Governor Stanford. 4-4-0, built by R. Norris & Sons in 1862. 57-16x22-56000. Later C. P. #1174. Presented to Stanford University Museum in 1894. From Alfred Hart stereo. Joslyn. 1930.

 

:32 General Pacific R.R. No.1, Governor Stanford. Shows engine when used as a switcher at the old Sacramento Station on Front Street and later at the shops at Sacramento. D.L. Joslyn, collection

 

:33 C.P.R.R. [i.e. Central Pacific Railroad] No.2, Pacific. C.P.R.R. Cal. Bola. Crossing of Little Truckee [River]. [From collection of Martin Behrman.]

 

:34 Central Pacific No.1, Governor Stanford, 4-4-0, built by R. Norris & Sons in 1862. Taken at Sacramento, Calif., Dec. 1863, by Alfred Hart as a stereo and shows the engine as originally built. It is now in the Stanford University Museum at Palo Alto, Calif.

 

:35 Central Pacific R.R. No.3, C. P. Huntington, 4-2-4: built by D. Cooke & Co. in 1863. 54-11x15-39000- 18000-125-3571. Later C.P. No. 1001 and S.P. [i.e. Southern Pacific] No. 1. Preserved as relic by S.P. Co. Joslyn. 1930.

 

:36 Central Pacific R.R. No.4, T. D. Judah. 4-2-0: built by D. Cooke & Co. in 1864. 54-11x15-30000. Formerly a 4-2-4. Sold to a Hawaiian Sugar Co. in 1892. Joslyn. 1931.

 

:37 Central Pacific R.R. No.5, Atlantic. 4-4-0: built by William Mason (#145) in 1864. 60-15x22-58000. Later C. P. #1006. Scrapped in 3-1894. Joslyn 1930

 

:38 Southern Pacific R.R. No.4. Hillsdale, New Almaden Local.

 

:39 S.P.R.R. [i.e. Southern Pacific Railroad] No.4. Hillsdale, New Almaden, ca. 1895.

 

:40 West Berkeley Local. C.P. [i.e. Central Pacific]. T. D. Judah.

 

:41 C.P.R.R. [i.e. Central Pacific Railroad] No.5. [ Atlantic]

 

:42 C.P.R.R. [i.e. Central Pacific Railroad] No.5, Atlantic.

 

:43 C.P.R.R. [i.e. Central Pacific Railroad] No.5. Atlantic. At Colfax, Cal.

 

:44 [Engine No. 5. Central Pacific Railroad.]

 

:45 S.P. [i.e. Southern Pacific] No. 6.

 

:46 C.P. [i.e. Central Pacific] No.6. Conness.

 

:47 C.P. [i.e. Central Pacific] No. 7.

 

:48 C.P. [i.e. Central Pacific] No.6, Conness. [Duplicate of No.46.]

 

:49 C.P. [i.e. Central Pacific] No.6, Conness. [Duplicate of No.46.]

 

:50 Central Pacific R.R. No.7. As a switch and fire engine. T. Wurm.

 

:51 Central Pacific R.R., No.7 A.A. Sargent. On Front Street, Sacramento.

 

:52 Central Pacific R.R. No.7. Cisco, Cal. 1869.

 

:53 S.P.R.R. [i.e. Southern Pacific Railroad] No.7. Hillsdale.

 

:54 Southern Pacific R.R. No.7. Formerly S.F. & S.J.R.R. No.7. Hillsdale.

 

:55 C.P.R.R. [i.e. Central Pacific Railroad] No.8.

 

:56 Central Pacific R.R. No.8, Nevada, 2-6-0 built by D. Cooke & Co. in 1866. Picture from a stereo by Alfred Hart during 1867. The C.P. had several of these Moguls but did not like them and rebuilt them as 4-4-0s.

 

:57 S.F.& S.J.R.R. [i.e. San Francisco & San Jose Railroad] No.8, C.P. [i.e. Central Pacific] No.8.

 

:58 C.P. [i.e. Central Pacific] No.10, Humboldt.

 

:59 S.P. [i.e. Southern Pacific] No.10, at Monterey, California.

 

:60 [Engine No. 10, Southern Pacific Railroad of Arizona.]

 

:61 Southern Pacific R.R. No.10, 4-4-0, built by Cooke Locomotive Works in 1872.

 

:62 S.F.& S.J.R.R. [San Francisco & San Jose Railroad] No.10.

 

:63 C.P. [Central Pacific Railroad] No.11, Arctic.

 

:64 Southern Pacific R.R. No.11, Menlo Park. Fourth & Townsend Streets, S.F. [i.e. San Francisco].

 

:65 Southern Pacific R.R. No. 11. Menlo Park. [From collection of Society of California Pioneers.]

 

:66 C.P. [i.e. Central Pacific] No.13. At Cisco, Ca.

 

:67 C.P. [i.e. Central Pacific] No.14. Oneonta.

 

:68 C.P.R.R. [i.e. Central Pacific Railroad] No.17. Idaho at Cisco.

 

:69 C.P. [i.e. Central Pacific] No.17.

 

:70 Central Pacific R.R. No.14, Oneonta, 2-6-0, built by D. Cooke & Co. in 1867. Taken at Cisco, Calif. as a stereo by Alfred Hart in 1867. Later rebuilt as a 4-4-0.

 

:71 Central Pacific R.R. No. 17, Idaho, 4-6-0, built by Wm. Mason in 1866. The No.6 and No.17 were sister engines, and has the main rod connected to the front drivers instead of the customary connection to the middle pair. The Idaho blew up at Ogden, Utah, January 1, 1870, from lack of water.

 

:72 Central Pacific R.R. No.19, 4-6-0, built by C.P.R.R. Taken on the turntable at Sacramento about the time it was built.

 

:73 Southern Pacific R.R. No.20, 4-4-0, built by Baldwin Locomotive Works in 1873. D.L. Joslyn Photo.

 

:74 [Southern Pacific R.R. No.20, 4-4-0, built by Baldwin Locomotive Works in 1873.D.L. Joslyn Photo]

 

:75 [S.P.R.R. No.20]

 

:76 Southern Pacific R.R. No. 20. At Hillsdale, Cal. in 1887. D.L. Joslyn, collection.

 

:77 Central Pacific R.R. No.23, Mono, 4-6-0, built by McKay & Aldus in 1868. Cyl. 18" x 24" Drivers, 54 in. diameter. Taken at Niles, Cal., about 1882. W.S. Keefe, collection. 1935.

 

:78 Southern Pacific R.R. No.26, 4-4-0, built by Schenectady Loco. Wks. in 1875. Photo taken at Monterey, Cal. in 1882. D. L. Joslyn, collection, 1935.

 

:79 Central Pacific R.R. No.22, Auburn, 4-6-0, built by McKay & Aldus in 1867. This type of engine was very popular with the C.P.R.R. and they had a number of them.

 

:80 Central Pacific R.R. No.25, 4-4-0, built by Norris-Lancaster in 1864 for the Central R.R. of New Jersey but was bought for the Western Pacific R.R. of California and lettered "I", as the W.P.R.R. did not number their engines. When the C.P.R.R. took it over in 1870 it was renumbered the C.P.R.R. No.25 to replace the No.25 that blew up at Dutch Flat. It was shipped to Sacramento by sea. Taken at Terrace, Utah in 1872.

 

:81 Central Pacific R.R. No.28, Gold Run, 4-4-0, built by McKay & Aldus in 1867. Taken at Terrace, Utah round house in the 1870's by Mr. Savage, a photographer of Salt Lake City. The S.P. does not go through Terrace any more.

 

:82 Central Pacific R.R. No.32, 0-6-0, built by N.J.L. & M. Co. In 1867. Taken at the works of the New Jersey Locomotive and Machine Co. at Patterson, N.J. The name when built was the Ajax. Later rebuilt as a 4-4-0 and was scrapped under the No.1257.

 

:83 C.P. [i.e. Central Pacific] No.22.

 

:84 C.P. [i.e. Central Pacific] No.23.

 

:85 C.P. [i.e. Central Pacific] No.24.

 

:86 S.P. [i.e. Southern Pacific] No.26.

 

:87 S.P. [i.e. Southern Pacific] No.25.

 

:88 C.P.R.R. [i.e. Central Pacific Railroad] No.25. Yuba. Arrival of the Passenger Train at Cisco.

 

:89 C.P. [i.e. Central Pacific] 25. Yuba.

 

:90 S.P. [i.e. Southern Pacific Railroad] 27.

 

:91 C.P. [i.e. Central Pacific] 26. Samson.

 

:92 C.P. [i.e. Central Pacific] 27. Goliah.

 

:93 C.P. [i.e. Central Pacific] 27.

 

:94 C.P. [i.e. Central Pacific] 27. Wadsworth, Nev. [i.e. Nevada].

 

:95 C.P. [i.e. Central Pacific] 29.

 

:96 C.P.R.R. [i.e. Central Pacific Railroad] No.31, Kla. Ketty, Engineer; F. Tolleman Fire'n; J.W. Christiency, News Ag't; J. D. Hatch, Conductor; J. L Brooks, Brakes; W.A. White, Brakes. First Through Train S.F. to Upper Soda Springs at Elmo (?). September 25, 1886.

 

:97 C.P.R.R. [i.e. Central Pacific Railroad] No.32, Ajax.

 

:98 Central Pacific R.R. No.28, Gold Run taken at Ogden, Utah, just after coming in off the run between Terrace and Ogden, Utah. Showing engine with old "balloon" stack which the C.P.R.R. used for many years. This is an earlier picture than the one taken at Terrace which shows the Gold Run with a diamond stack. D.L. Joslyn, collection.

 

:99 Central Pacific R.R. No.27, Goliah, 0-6-0, built by D. Cooke & Co. In 1867. Copy from Alfred Hart's original stereo and was taken at Wadsworth in 1869. It was in service at Wadsworth from 1869 to 1903, was rebuilt at one time and was scrapped under the number 1013. The No.26, Samson was a sister engine. One of the first C.P.R.R. side-tank engines.

 

:100  Central Pacific R.R. No.26, Samson, 0-6-0, built by D. Cooke & Co. in 1867. Taken at Truckee, Calif. with old hand-power wrecking crane, in 1883. Sister engine to No.27 (above). D. L. Joslyn, collection. 1934.

 

:101 C.P.R.R. No.28, Gold Run

 

:102 Colon, Calif. 1887. Engines No.25 - No.36- No.43. (right to left.)

 

:103 [Unidentified locomotive. Central Pacific Railroad.]

 

:104 [Engine No.33. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:105 S.P.R.R. [i.e. Southern Pacific Railroad] No.34. [Cropped]... Co.'s works at Wilmington, S.P.R.R.

 

:106 S.P. [i.e. Southern Pacific] No.38.

 

:107 S.P. [i.e. Southern Pacific] 37.

 

:108 S.P. [i.e. Southern Pacific] 36.

 

:109 S.P. [i.e. Southern Pacific] No. 39.

 

:110 Central Pacific R.R. No. 40, 4-4-2T, built by R. Norris & Sons in 1868. Rebuilt from the former C.P.R.R. No.40, Solano by the S.P.Co, into a switcher. Cyl. 14" x 24"; dia. of drivers, 54 in. Photo shows engine doing switch duty at Port Costa, California in the 1880s. (Note reflexion [sic] of ferry steamer Solano on side of tank.) W.S. Keefe collection.

 

:111 Southern Pacific R.R. No.49, 4-4-0, built by Schenectady Locomotive Works in 1880. Photograph was taken at Monterey, Cal. in 1881. D.L. Joslyn, collection, 1935

 

:112 [Engine No. 46. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:113 C.P.R.R. [i.e. Central Pacific Railroad] Locomotive Majestic. No.45.

 

:114 C.P.R.R. No.44, Colossus. Cape Horn, 1896.

 

:115 S.P. [i.e. Southern Pacific] 46.

 

:116 S.P. [i.e. Southern Pacific] 45.

 

:117 S.P. [i.e. Southern Pacific] No.46.

 

:118 S.P. [i.e. Southern Pacific] 46.

 

:119 S.P. [i.e. Southern Pacific] 47.

 

:120 S.P. [Southern Pacific] 49.

 

:121 S.P. [i.e. Southern Pacific] at Del Monte.

 

:122 S.P. [i.e. Southern Pacific] 50. Engine in service between Hornbrook & Ashland, 1889. [From collection of Arthur Haig.]

 

:123 Champion, C.P. [i.e. Central Pacific] 50.

 

:124 C.P. [i.e. Central Pacific] 55, Oakland Long Wharf. Oakland.

 

:125 Black Deer. C.P. [i.e. Central Pacific] 55.

 

:126 C.P.R.R. [i.e. Central Pacific Railroad] 55.

 

:127 At Rocklin. [Engine No. 56. Central Pacific Railroad.]

 

:128 C.P.R.R. [Central Pacific Railroad] No.56.

 

:129 Central Pacific R.R. No.50, Champion, 4-4-0, built by McKay & Aldus in 1867. Photo from an Alfred Hart stereo taken in 1868. Shoshone Indians looking over the "Iron Horse" and then said "No good horse" when done looking at it. Cyl. 16" dia. x 24"; Str., Driver 60 in. dia. D. L. Joslyn, collection.

 

:130 Central Pacific R.R. No.55, 4-4-0, built by C.P.R.R. in 1873. It took the place of a former No.55 that was built by McKay & Aldus. It was built at Sacramento.

 

:131 Central Pacific R.R. No.60, Jupiter, 4-4-0, built by Schenectady Loco. Works in 1868. This engine figured in the driving of the last spike at Promontory Point, Utah, at the completion of the C.P. and U. P. Railroads. Taken at Lake Side, Utah, May 8, 1869 by Mr. Hart and shows Monument Rock and the north end of the Great Salt Lake.

 

:132 Southern Pacific R.R. No.64, 4-8-0, built by Cooke Locomotive Works in 1883.

 

:133 [C.P. No.56 at] Rocklin California.

 

:134 Central Pacific R.R. No.57, Bison, 4-6-0, built by Schenectady in 1868. Picture was taken when engine was first placed in service.

 

:135 [Engine No. 59. Central Pacific Railroad.]

 

:136 At Niles Ca. Pluto. [Engine No. 59. Central Pacific Railroad.]

 

:137 [Engine No. 60. Central Pacific Railroad.]

 

:138 C.P.R.R. [i.e. Central Pacific Railroad] No.60. Jupiter.

 

:139 [Engine No. 60. Jupiter. Central Pacific Railroad.]

 

:140 Promontory, May 10, 1869. [Engine No. 60. Jupiter. Central Pacific Railroad.]

 

:141 C.P.R.R. [i.e. Central Pacific Railroad] No.60. Jupiter at Salt Lake.

 

:142 Central Pacific R.R. No.63, Leviathan, 4-4-0, built by Schenectady Loco. Works in 1868. Cyl. 16" x 24"; Dia. Driv. 60 in. From Alfred Hart Stereo. D. L. Joslyn, collection.

 

:143 C.P. [i.e. Central Pacific] 63.

 

:144 Central Pacific R.R. No. 68, Peoquop, 4-6-0, built by McKay & Aldus in 1868. Taken at Rocklin shortly after the C.P.R.R. adopted the diamond stack in place of the old balloon stack so the picture must have been taken about 1870 or 1871. Later C.P. [i.e. Central Pacific] 2001.

 

:145 Southern Pacific R.R. No.68, 4-8-0, built by Cooke Locomotive Works in 1883. Picture taken at Truckee, Calif., in the 1880's. [Duplicate of 84:153.]

 

:146 Southern Pacific R.R. No.73, 4-4-0, built by Schenectady Loco. Wks. in 1884. Photo taken on the turntable at Monterey, Cal. in 1887. D. L. Joslyn, collection. 1935.

 

:147 C.P. [i.e. Central Pacific] 68 & 198. [Duplicate of 84:148.]

 

:148 [Engines No. 68 and 198. Central Pacific Railroad.] [Duplicate of 84:147.]

 

:149 S.P. [i.e. Southern Pacific]. Cooke -- 1883. 1st No. 2nd No. 1978. 3rd No. 2824. Broken up 7-02. [Duplicate of 84:145.]

 

:150 S.P. [i.e. Southern Pacific] 68.

 

:151 S.P. [i.e. Southern Pacific] 69.

 

:152 Eng. No. 74. [The Presidential Special. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:153 At Monterey. [Engine No. 68. Southern Pacific Railroad.] [Duplicate of 84:146.]

 

:153a--NEG S.P. [i.e. Southern Pacific] 68. At Truckee. 1880s. [Negative.]

 

:153b--NEG C.P. [i.e. Central Pacific] 76. [August 28, 1899.] [Negative.]

 

:153c--NEG S.P. [i.e. Southern Pacific] 68. [Negative.]

 

:154 S.P.R.R. [i.e. Southern Pacific Railroad] No. 77.

 

:155 C.P.R.R. [i.e. Central Pacific Railroad] No.76, Carrier.

 

:156 S.P.R.R. [i.e. Southern Pacific Railroad] 80. Jupiter. Loma Prieta, Ca.

 

:157 S.P.R.R. No. 80. Jupiter. Loma Prieta, Ca.

 

:158 Rocklin, Ca. C.P. [Central Pacific] 56.

 

:159 Central Pacific R.R. No.82, Buffalo, 4-6-0, built by Rogers in 1868, taken at Rocklin, Calif., when it was the terminal. Note that this engine and the one pictured below have the cylinders on an encline [sic] which was the practice for a good many years.

 

:160 Central Pacific R.R. No.86, Gorilla, 4-6-0, built by Rogers in 1868, taken by Alfred Hart in the late 60s. From a stereo view. Sister engine to the No.82.

 

:161 Central Pacific R.R. No.113, Falcon, 4-4-0, built by Danforth Loco. & Mach. Co. in 1868. Taken at Argenta, Nevada, May 8, 1869, just two days before the last spike was driven. The two men on the front end covered with buffalo robes are the U.S. Commissioners viewing the line to report to the Government on how well the line was built. N.B. Kendall, holding watch at side of engine, was one of the first C.P.R.R. conductors.

 

:162 Central Pacific R.R. No.116, White Eagle, 4-4-0, built by D. L. & M. Co. in 1868. At Oakland Wharf, 1869, doing switch duty and is equipped with fire pump on top of boiler.

 

:163 Truckee, Ca. [Engine No. 82. Central Pacific Railroad.]

 

:164 C.P. [i.e. Central Pacific] 82. Buffalo.

 

:165 S.P. [i.e. Southern Pacific] 84.

 

:166 C.P. [i.e. Central Pacific] 86. Gorilla.

 

:166a C.P.R.R. [i.e. Central Pacific Railroad] 85. White Bear. [Negative.]

 

:166b S.P.R.R. [i.e. Southern Pacific Railroad] No. 85. On Rio de Grande Trestle. [Negative.]

 

:167 S.P.R.R. [i.e. Southern Pacific Railroad] No.91.

 

:168 Verdi. C.P. [i.e. Central Pacific] 92.

 

:169 S.P. [i.e. Southern Pacific] 93.

 

:170 C.P.R.R. [i.e. Central Pacific Railroad] No.94. San Jose. Eclipse.

 

:171 C.P.R.R. [i.e. Central Pacific Railroad] 94. Eclipse. Niles, Ca.

 

:172 C.P. [i.e. Central Pacific Railroad] 94. Eclipse.

 

:173 C.P.R.R. [i.e. Central Pacific Railroad] No. 96. Pay Train. Clipper.

 

:174 Clipper. C.P. [i.e. Central Pacific] 96.

 

:175 [Engine No. 96. Central Pacific Railroad.]

 

:176 C.P. [i.e. Central Pacific] 98.

 

:177 [Engine No.108. Central Pacific Railroad.]

 

:178 [Engine No.112. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:179 C.P. [i.e. Central Pacific] 113.

 

:180 White Eagle. C.P. [i.e. Central Pacific Railroad] 116.

 

:181 Central Pacific R.R. No.118, Grey Eagle, 4-4-0, built by Danforth Loco. & Mach. Co. in 1868. Cyl. 15" dia. x 22" Str., Driver 56" dia. Photo taken near Auburn, Calif. when doing fire duty in the snowsheds.

 

:182 Oakland Wharf. C.P. [i.e. Central Pacific] 116.

 

:183 Grey Eagle. C.P. [i.e. Central Pacific] 118.

 

:184 C.P. [i.e. Central Pacific] 118.

 

:185 S.P.R.R. [i.e. Southern Pacific Railroad] 117.

 

:186 Weston Engine (experimental). At Summit Valley, Ca.

 

:187 C.P.R.R. [i.e. Central Pacific Railroad] 122.

 

:188 [Engine No. 122. Central Pacific Railroad.]

 

:189 C.P. [i.e. Central Pacific Railroad] No.124. Mill City, Nev. [i.e. Nevada], 1883.

 

:190 [Engine No. 123. Central Pacific Railroad.]

 

:191 [Central Pacific Railroad engine No. 130. Reproduction of illustrations of locomotive.]

 

:192 Central Pacific R.R. No.130, Favorite, 4-4-0, built by McKay and Aldus in 1868. Photograph taken in front of the El Capitan Hotel in Merced, California. D. L. Joslyn, collection. 1932.

 

:193  Central Pacific R.R. No.125, J. R. Moores, 4-4-0, built by Globe Works in 1868. Taken while doing switch duty at West Oakland, Calif. Cyl. 16" dia. x 24" Str., Driv. 60 in. dia. D. L. Joslyn, collection.

 

:194 C.P. [i.e. Central Pacific Railroad] 130.

 

:195 C.P. [i.e. Central Pacific Railroad] 132.

 

:196 C.P. [i.e. Central Pacific Railroad] 140.

 

:197 Central Pacific R.R. No. 141, Magpie, 4-4-0, built by Schenectady Locomotive Works in 1868. Cyl. 15" dia. x 22" Str., Driv. 56 in. dia. Photo taken with train crew about 1875. D. L. Joslyn, collection.

 

:198 C.P.R.R. No.149. Black Fox. Wadsworth, Nev. [i.e. Nevada].

 

:199 C.P.R.R. [Central Pacific Railroad] 149. Black Fox.

 

:200 Black Fox. Locomotive 149, Central Pacific Railroad. [Duplicate of 84:201.]

 

:201 Locomotive 149 Central Pacific Railroad. [Duplicate of 84:200.]

 

:202 Central Pacific R.R. No.149, Black Fox, 4-4-0, built by Schenectady in 1868. This engine pulled the famous Jarrett and Palmer Special from Ogden to Oakland. Taken outside the boiler shop at Sacramento just after being rebuilt.

 

:203 [Unidentified train, Central Pacific Railroad.]

 

 :204 Central Pacific R.R. No.162, Flash, 4-4-0, built by Schenectady Locomotive Works in 1869. Cyl. 16" dia. x 24" Str., Driv., 60 in. dia. Taken at Front and N Streets in Sacramento, Calif. in the 1880s. It had just been rebuilt when the picture was taken. D.L. Joslyn, collection.

 

:205 Sun Beam. C.P. [i.e. Central Pacific] 55.

 

:206 C.P.R.R. [i.e. Central Pacific Railroad] No. 153.

 

:207 Train at Sacramento, Cal., C.P. [i.e. Central Pacific] Railroad No.162. [From collection of Martin Behrman.]

 

:208 Central Pacific R.R. No. 166, 4-4-0, built by Southern Pacific Co. in 1886. This engine was one of the first of the A. J. Stevens engines with the Stevens valve gear. Picture taken at Ben Ali by Mr. Stoddard, Chief Draftsman for the C.P.R.R. 1869 to 1908.

 

:209 Southern Pacific R.R. No.166, 4-6-0, built by Schenectady Locomotive Works in 181. Cyl. 18" x 24"; Driver 54 inches; Weight 81800-pounds. 2nd No. 1590; 3rd No.1072. Taken on line between San Francisco and San Jose in the 1880's. D. L. Joslyn, collection, 1935.

 

:210 C.P. [i.e. Central Pacific] 158.

 

:211 C.P. [i.e. Central Pacific] 168.

 

:212 C.P.R.R. [i.e. Central Pacific Railroad] 168.

 

:213 S. P. [i.e. Southern Pacific] 172.

 

:214 C.P. [i.e. Central Pacific] 172.

 

:215 C.P. [i.e. Central Pacific] 176.

 

:216 Central Pacific R.R. No. 173, 4-4-0, built by C.P.R.R. in 1872. This was the first engine that was built at Sacramento shops. There were several that had been rebuilt, but this was the first complete engine. Chief Draftsman Stoddard took the picture in 1877.

 

:217 Central Pacific R.R. No.177, 4-4-0, built by S.P. [i.e. Southern Pacific] Co. in 1886. Stevens Valve Gear.

 

:218 S.P.R.R. [i.e. Southern Pacific Railroad] No.178.

 

:219 S.P.R.R. [i.e. Southern Pacific Railroad] No.177.

 

:220 C.P. [i.e. Central Pacific] 178. Ex. Cali. Pac. No.2. No. 1008.

 

:221 Central Pacific R.R. No.179, 4-4-0, built by C.P.R.R. about 1872. Engine and train at Berryman Station, Berkeley, Calif., then the terminal of the Berkeley local line. Taken in the 1880s. Indian Rock and the Berkeley hills in the background. From the collection of W. S. Keefe of Cragmont Rock.

 

:222 C.P. [No.] 179.

 

:223 C.P. [No.] 181.

 

:224 Wadsworth, Nevada [C.P. No. 131].

 

:225 [No.183] First Fruit Train to Leave California.

 

:226 C.P. [i.e. Central Pacific] 186.

 

:227 [Engine No. 137. Central Pacific Railroad.]

 

:228 Built at the Works of C.P.R.R. [i.e. Central Pacific Railroad] Co., Sacramento, California. [C.P. No. 188.] [Photograph by J.A. Todd.]

 

:229 [Engine No. 191. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:230 S.P.R.R. [i.e. Southern Pacific Railroad] 191.

 

:231 S.P. [i.e. Southern Pacific Railroad] 191. [Wreck scene.]

 

:232 [Engine No. 191. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:233 S.P. [i.e. Southern Pacific] 200.

 

:234 C.P.R.R. [i.e. Central Pacific Railroad] No.207 at Calistoga.

 

:234a C.P.R.R. [i.e. Central Pacific Railroad] 209. [Negative.]

 

:235 [Engine No. 210. Central Pacific Railroad.]

 

:236 S.P.R.R. [i.e. Southern Pacific Railroad] 211.

 

:237  Southern Pacific R.R. No. 213, 4-6-0, built by S.P.Co. in 1887. Stevens Valve Gear. Picture taken at the time engine was built by Mr. Stoddard.

 

:238 C.P. [i.e. Central Pacific] 213. [Duplicate of 241.]

 

:239 Southern Pacific R.R. No. 218, 4-4-0, built by S.P.Co. in 1887. Photo taken of engine when first built. An A. J. Stevens engine. D. L. Joslyn, collection.

 

:240 Southern Pacific R.R. No.221, 4-4-0, built by S.P.Co. in 1887. One of the A. J. Stevens type engines with Stevens Valve Gear. Taken by Chas. Stoddard when the engine was just built. D. L. Joslyn, collection.

 

:241 C.P. [i.e. Central Pacific] 213. [Duplicate of :238.]

 

:242 The President's "Special," left Los Angeles April 24, 1891. [Engine No. 214. Central Pacific Railroad.]

 

:243 C.P. [i.e. Central Pacific] 191 & 216.

 

:243a S.P.R.R. [i.e. Southern Pacific Railroad] 221. [Negative.]

 

:244 (Left) S.P. [i.e. Southern Pacific] 221. (Middle) S.P. 220. (Right) S.P. 219.

 

:245 S.P. [i.e. Southern Pacific] 224.

 

:246 Monterey, California. [Engine No. 224. Central Pacific Railroad.]

 

:247 Central Pacific R.R. No.225, 4-4-0, built by Schenectady Locomotive Works in 1876. Photo taken near Sacramento, Calif. D. L. Joslyn, collection.

 

:248 Southern Pacific R.R. No.225, 4-4-0, built by Schenectady in 1887. Copy of the builders photo.

 

:249 Central Pacific R.R. No.228, 4-4-0, built by Schenectady in 1876. Taken at Biggs, California, in the Sacramento Valley in March 1891.

 

:250 C.P.R.R. [No.] 228.

 

:251 C.P. [No.] 229.

 

:252 Central Pacific R.R. No. 229, 4-4-0, (Mastodon type), built by C.P.R.R. in 1882, at Sacramento shops. Mastodon. Later 2925.

 

:253 Central Pacific R.R. No.237, El Gobernador, 4-10-0, built by C.P.R.R. in 1883 at Sacramento shops. The largest engine in the world at the time.

 

:254 Central Pacific R.R. No.237, El Gobernador, meaning "The Governor" in Spanish, was the heaviest and most powerful engine in the world in the 1880's. It was built by the C.P.R.R. in their shops at Sacramento, Calif., and was 65 feet, 5 inches long; each of the ten driving wheels were 57 inches in diameter; cylinders 21 x 36 inches long; and it weighed 73 tons. The engine was so big that it could not take siding switches so held the main line against all trains. It had to be turned on wyes most places as the turntables were too small. It was used for pusher service on the Tehachapi Pass for some time but had a short life, from 1884 to 1893, when it was dismantled. [Duplicate of 84:258.]

 

:255 C.P.R.R. [i.e. Central Pacific Railroad] No. 237. El Gobernador. Built at Sacramento 1883. Length of engine and tender 65'-5". Driving Wheel Base 19' 7" inches; Cylinders 21" x 36"; Weight of Engine 73 Tons; Rigid Wheel base 14'-7". Diameter of Drivers 57"; Weight on Drivers 64 tons.

 

:256 C.P. [i.e. Central Pacific] 237. El Gobernador.

 

:257 [ El Gobernador at] Tehachapi, 1885. [Engine No. 237. Central Pacific Railroad.]

 

:258 [Engine No. 237. Central Pacific Railroad.] [Duplicate 254.]

 

:259 [Engine No. 237. Central Pacific Railroad.]

 

:260 [Engine No. 244. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:261 [Engine No. 367. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:262 S.P.R.R. [i.e. Southern Pacific Railroad] No. 268.

 

:263 [Engine No. 264. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:264 Southern Pacific R.R. No. 264, 4-4-0, built by the S.P.Co. In 1888. Picture by Mr. Stoddard at the time the engine was built.

 

:265 Central Pacific R.R. No.333, 4-6-0, taken at Rocklin, July 4, 1889. It was the custom, years ago, to decorate engines on the fourth of July and other holidays but is not permitted now.

 

:266 Central Pacific R.R. No.348, 4-4-0, built by Rogers in 1888. Taken at Elko, Nev. [i.e. Nevada], 1888.

 

:267 S.P. [i.e. Southern Pacific] 367.

 

:268 Central Pacific R.R. No.374, 4-8-0, built by Schenectady Loco. Wks. in 1889. Taken at Rocklin, Calif., July 4, 1889.

 

:269 Southern Pacific R.R. No.368, 4-4-0, built by Schenectady Loco. Wks. in 1889. Photo taken at Battle Mountain, near Truckee, Calif. with train crew around engine. D. L. Joslyn, collection.

 

:270 S.P. [i.e. Southern Pacific] 347 at Ashland, Oregon.

 

:271 Southern Pacific R.R. No.380, 4-4-0, with first freight train to be equipped with automatic air brakes. D. L. Joslyn, collection. 1934.

 

:272 [Engine No. 377. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:273 S.P. [i.e. Southern Pacific] 377.

 

:274 Western Pac. [i.e. Western Pacific] ...[illegible]... A-Sac. or B-San Jose. Built by Mason. Arrival at Oakland Wharf, 1869.

 

:275 [Western Pacific Railroad locomotive William Penn.]

 

:275a W.P. [i.e. Western Pacific] William Penn.

 

:276 [Model train of Southern Pacific Railroad No.1.]

 

:277 [Model train Central Pacific Railroad No. 173.]

 

:278 Promontory, Utah. May 10, 1869. [At ceremony of junction of Central Pacific and Union Pacific Railroads.] [Duplicate of 84:282.]

 

:279 Promontory, Utah. 2 engines. [May 10, 1869.] [Duplicate of 84:285.]

 

:280 U.P. [i.e. Union Pacific] No.119 and Army Band at Promontory Point [Utah].

 

:281 Promontory [Utah] May 10, 1869.

 

:282 [Promontory, Utah. May 10, 1869. Large crowd at tracks.] [Duplicate of 84:278.]

 

:283 Promontory. [May 10, 1869.] Stanford Train, Monument Point. C.P.R.R. - U.P.R.R. [i.e. Central Pacific Railroad-Union Pacific Railroad].

 

:284 "The Last Act." [Promontory, Utah. Junction of Central Pacific and Union Pacific Railroads. May 10, 1869.]

 

:285 Central Pacific R.R. No.6, Conness. 4-6-0: built by Wm. Mason (No.153) in 1864. 48-17x24-70500-49000- 14500. Later Nos. 1509 and 2000. Scrapped 6-30-1908. Joslyn, 1932. [Duplicate of 84:279.]

 

:286 Southern Pacific R.R. No.7. 4-4-0: built by H.J. Booth (No.2) in 1865. 63-16x24-57500. Later S.P. No.1231. Scrapped 1895. 1942. [Lacking.]

 

Volume 85: Central Pacific Railroad -- Southern Pacific Railroad -- Switch Engines 1866 to date

 

:1 [San Francisco Shops engine No. 2. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:2 El Paso, Tex. [i.e. Texas]. [Shop engine No. 7. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:3 [Oakland Shops engine No. 7. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:4 [San Francisco Shops engine No. 8. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:5 [Shop engine. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:6 [Shop engine No. 2. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:7 [Shop engine No. 21. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:8 [Shop engine No. 2. Los Angeles. Cahuenga Valley Railroad-Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:9 [City Railway Co. street car No. 2, Cahuenga Valley Railroad-Southern Pacific Railroad shop engine, and Cahuenga Valley Railroad street car. Los Angeles shops.]

 

:10 [Shop engine No. 2. Cahuenga Valley Railroad-Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:11 El Paso, Tex. [i.e. Texas]. Shop engine No. 7. Southern Pacific Railroad. [Duplicate of 85:2.]

 

:12 M.Y. & J. No. 8 at Crowley, Louisiana, 1904. Built by Baldwin.

 

:13 Southern Pacific R.R. No.9, 0-4-0, rebuilt by S.P. Co. At round house in El Paso, Texas. Photo by Mr. Gillfillan of San Francisco.

 

:14 Southern Pacific R.R. No.13, 0-4-4T, built by Baldwin Loco. Wks. Used for switch duty around the round house at San Antonio, Texas. D. L. Joslyn, collection.

 

:15 Southern Pacific R.R. No.5, 0-4-2, built by Baldwin in 1887. It was the No.5 on the Southern California Motor Road Co. The S.P. removed the cab and trailing wheels and rebuilt it for use as a switcher around the Los Angeles shops.

 

:16 [Shop engine. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:17 [Shop engine No. 98. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:18 S.P. [i.e. Southern Pacific] 305.

 

:19 [Bayshore Shops engine No. 219. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:20 [Los Angeles Shops engine No. 219. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:21 [Los Angeles Division Taylor Shops engine No.221. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:22 [Shop engine No. 217. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:23 El Paso, Texas. [Shop engine No. 27. Southern Pacific Railroad.] [From collection of D.L. Joslyn.]

 

:24 [Maintenance of Way engine No. 220. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:25 [Maintenance of Way engine No. 220. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:26 Loco. No.1110, converted 2-28-46. Sparks, Nev. [i.e. Nevada].

 

:27 Loco. No.1110, converted 2-28-46. Sparks, Nev. [i.e. Nevada].

 

:28 Bayshore yard. [Shop engine No. 966. Southern Pacific Railroad. February 8, 1959.]

 

:29 S.P.M.W. [i.e. Southern Pacific Maintenance of Way engine] 220. Rebuilt to tank in October 1942 at Sacramento. Formerly 1162.

 

:30 [Sacramento General Shops engine No. 220. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:31 S.P. [i.e. Southern Pacific] No.305, later was the 1024.

 

:32 [Shop engine No. 304. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:33 [El Paso General Shops engine No. 620. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:34 [Roseville Shops engine No. 619. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:35 El Paso shop goat. Formerly S.P. [i.e. Southern Pacific] 1041. Schen. 1893. [Engine No. 620.]

 

:36 [Los Angeles Shops engine No. 221. Southern Pacific Railroad.] [Post card.]

 

:37 [Taylor Round House engine No. 567. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:38 [Los Angeles General Shops engine No. 565. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:39 [Taylor Round House engine No.567.]

 

:40 Locomotive No.1110. Converted 2-28-46, Sparks, Nev. [i.e. Nevada].

 

:41 Locomotive No.1110. Converted 2-28-46, Sparks, Nev. [i.e. Nevada].

 

:42 Locomotive No.1110. Converted 2-28-46, Sparks, Nev. [i.e. Nevada].

 

:43 Locomotive No.1110. Converted 2-28-46, Sparks, Nev. [i.e. Nevada].

 

:44 Ogden, Utah. [Shop engine No. 571. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:45 [Shop engine No. 577. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:46 [Shop engine No. 966. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:47 [Shop engine No. 966. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:48 [Shop engine No. 966. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:49 [Rear of unidentified shop engine. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:50 Southern Pacific R.R. Shop Engine No.569, 2-4-2, built by Baldwin in 1887. This engine works around the shops and round house at Sacramento, Calif. It used to work at the cement works at Santa Cruz until the works closed down. Photo by D. L. Joslyn, 1931.

 

:51 Southern Pacific R.R. No.1002, 0-4-0, built by Wm. Mason in 1868. This engine was originally California Pacific R.R. No.1, name Yolo. Taken by Mr. Russel at South Vallejo in 1904 just before it was sold to the Union Lumber Co.

 

:52 Southern Pacific R.R. No.1010, 2-4-2, built by Baldwin Loco. Wks. in 1887. Taken in 1903 at Sacramento. It was used for years at the Santa Cruz Cement Works and was sent to Sacramento to be scrapped but the S.P. CO. repaired it and used it as a switcher around the shops as Sacramento Shops No. 1.

 

:53 Central Pacific R.R. No.1013, 0-6-0, built by D. Cooke & Co. in 1867 and later rebuilt by the C.P.R.R. It was originally the C.P.R.R. No.27, Goliah, and was just always used at the Wadsworth shops as a switcher. Picture taken about 1902 just before being scrapped.

 

:54 [Shop engine No. 1003. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:55 [Shop engine No. 1004. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:56 [Shop engine No. 1004. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:57 [Shop engine No. 1013. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:58 [Shop engine No. 1007.]

 

:59 [Shop engine No. 1003.]

 

:60 [Shop engine No. 1004.]

 

:61 [Shop engine No. 1008. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:61a [Negative.]

 

:62 [Shop engine No. 1010. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:63 [Shop engine No. 1157. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:64 [Shop engine No. 1008. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:65 [Shop engine No. 1010. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:66 [Shop engine No. 1013. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:67 Southern Pacific R.R. No. 1009, 0-4-0, built by Baldwin Loco. Wks. in 1880. It was used at Los Angeles for a number of years as a switcher and was originally one of the So. California Motor Road engines.

 

:68 Southern Pacific Co. No. 1024, 2-6-0. Formerly of the San Joaquin & Sierra Ry.

 

:69 [Shop engine No. 1014. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:70 [Shop engine No. 1015. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:71 [Shop engine No. 1016. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:72 [Shop engine No. 1017. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:73 [Shop engine No. 1021. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:74 [Shop engine No. 1021. Central Pacific Railroad.]

 

:75 [Shop engine No. 1033. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:76 [Shop engine No. 1030. Central Pacific Railroad.]

 

:77 [Shop engine No. 1031. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:78 [Shop engine No. 1029. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:79 [Shop engine No. 1030. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:80 [Shop engine No. 1039. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:81 [Shop engine No. 1038. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:82 [Shop engine No. 1039. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:83 San Francisco shop engine 1040. Schenectady 1893. Cylinders 18 x 24. Drivers 51. Weight 91, 875. Taken at S.F. Friday, Nov. 29 -- 1935.

 

:84 [Shop engine No. 1039. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:85 [Shop engine No. 1040. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:86 San Pedro. 1917. [Shop engine No. 1046. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:87 [Shop engine No. 1042. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:88 [Shop engine No. 1042. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:89 [Shop engine No. 1043. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:90 [Shop engine No. 1043. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:91 [Shop engine No. 1047. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:92 C.P. [i.e. Central Pacific]. McKay & Aldus -- 1866. Original C.P. 20 & 1523. Rebuilt from 4-6-0 to 0-6-0 at Sacramento Jan. 1895. Taken at Los Angeles 1923. Broken up 4-26-23.

 

:93 C.P. [i.e. Central Pacific] 1048. [Cf. 92.]

 

:94 1050. Rhode Island -- 1868. Sold 5-06. Cylinder 18 x 24. Drivers 57. Weight 78700. First No. was C.P. 92. 2nd No. 1553. 3rd No. 1050. Rebuilt at Sacramento. 1896.

 

:95 [Shop engine No. 1049. Central Pacific Railroad.]

 

:96 Southern Pacific R.R. Roundhouse at Mission Bay, San Francisco, Calif. Taken by R.D. Graves, April 1934.

 

:97 Central Pacific R.R. No. 1049, 0-6-0, built by Rhode Island Loco. Wks. in 1868. D. L. Joslyn, collection, 1934.

 

:98 Southern Pacific Company round house at Stockton, Calif. Taken in 1932 by R.D. Graves.

 

:99 Central Pacific R.R. No. 1087, 0-6-0, built by Baldwin Locomotive Works in 1901. Class: S-5 S 57-19x26- 130 110430 129900. Out of service July 1932. Photo taken at Watsonville Junction, Calif., May 1933, by R.D. Graves.

 

:100 [Shop engine No. 1051. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:101 [Shop engine No. 1052. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:102 [Shop engine No. 1053. Central Pacific Railroad.]

 

:103 [Shop engine No. 1055. Central Pacific Railroad.]

 

:104 [Shop engine No. 1056. Southern Pacific Railroad.] [From collection of Arthur Haig.]

 

:105 1061. Schenectady 1875. Cylinders -- 18 x 24. Drivers 57. Weight 90,400. Broken up 1912. 1st No. was 199. 2nd No. was 1564. 3rd No. was 1061. Rebuilt at Sacramento 1897. [Central Pacific Railroad shop engine.]

 

:106 S.P. [i.e. Southern Pacific] 1070. Rogers 1881. Original S.P. 190 & 1668. Rebuilt from 4-6-0 to 0- 6-0 Sacramento, Nov. 1899. Converted to shop switcher January 1913. Re-numbered S.P.M.W. 221 Dec. 31, 1935. Scrapped at L.A. Feb. 1940.

 

:107 Rogers ...[illegible]... 2nd No. S.P. 1666. 3rd No. S.P. 1069. Cylinders 18 x 24. Drivers 57. 91,700. Scrap. 2-10-13. Rebuilt to switcher at Sacramento. 1899.

 

:108 [Shop engine No. 1062. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:109 [Shop engine No. 1065. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:110 [Shop engine No. 1068. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:111 [Shop engine No. 1068. Southern Pacific Railroad.] [Post card.]

 

:112 [Shop engine No. 1074. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:113 [Shop engine No. 1073. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:114 San Pedro 1917. [Shop engine No. 1072. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:115 [Shop engine No. 1076. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:116 Baldwin 1901. Cylinders -- 19 x 26. Drivers 57. Weight 129,900. Sold to Canea-Rio Yaqua y Pacifico R.R. 1907. [Shop engine No. 1082. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:117 [Shop engine No. 1082. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:118 [Shop engine No.1085. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:119 [Shop engine No.1085. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:120 [Shop engine No. 1086. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:121 [Shop engine No. 1088. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:122 Southern Pacific R.R. No.1276, 0-6-0, built by S.P. CO. at Sacramento, Nov. 1921. Class: S-12 S 57- 20x26-153S 137000 153000. Was doing switching at passenger depot at Sacramento, Cal. when photo was taken. D.L. Joslyn photo. 1935.

 

:123 [Shop engine No. 1090. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:124 [Shop engine No. 1088. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:125 [Shop engine No. 1094. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:126 [Shop engine No. 1094. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:127 [Shop engine No. 1095. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:128 S.P. [i.e. Southern Pacific] 1096. 0-6-0. Baldwin, 1902 (20900). Sold to S.D. & A.E. 5-31-36. Became their No. 3. Returned to S.P. in 1940. Leased to Harbor Belt Line of Los Angeles 5-41 as their No. 3. Now Pacific Electric No. 1508. Class S-5. 57 19/26 130. Steam, 180 lbs. T.J. 25 190 lbs. W.A. Silverthorn. Taken at West Oakland in 1912.

 

:129 [Shop engine No. 1097. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:130 [Shop engine No. 1098. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:131 [Shop engine No. 1098. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:132 [Shop engine No. 1100. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:133 Later S.P. 2nd 1100. [South San Francisco Belt Railway shop engine No.5. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:134 [Shop engine No. 1103. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:135 [Shop engine No. 1103. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:136 [Shop engine No. 1105. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:137 [Shop engine No. 1106. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:138 [Shop engine No. 1108. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:139 [Shop lines No. 1112. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:140 [Shop engine No. 1110. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:141 [Shop engine No. 1111. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:142 [Shop engine No. 1119. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:143 [Shop engine No. 1115. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:144 [Shop engine No. 1116. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:145 [Shop engine No. 1121. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:146 [Shop engine No. 1124. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:147 [Shop engine No. 1124. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:148 [Shop engine No. 1125. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:149 [Shop engine No. 1127. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:150 [Shop engine No. 1131. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:151 [Shop engine No. 1131. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:152 [Shop engine No. 1140. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:153 [Shop engine No. 1142. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:154 [Shop engine No. 1145. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:154a [Negative.]

 

:155 [Shop engine No. 1149. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:156 [Shop engine No. 1150. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:157 [Shop engine No. 1156. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:158 [Shop engine No. 1159. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:159 [Shop engine No. 1159. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:160 [Shop engine No. 1164. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:161 [Shop engine No. 1165. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:162 [Shop engine No. 1170. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:163 [Shop engine No. 1176. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:164 [Shop engine No. 1184. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:165 [Shop engine No. 1184. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:166 Southern Pacific R.R. No.1120, 0-6-0, built by American Locomotive Wks. in 1904. Class: S-7 S 57-20x26- 150 132580 150000. Switching at Southern Pacific freight yards in West Oakland, Calif. W.S. Keefe, collection.

 

:167 S.P. [i.e. Southern Pacific] 1106. Baldwin, Sept. 1903. Cylinders -- 19 x 26. Drivers 57. Weight 135,700. Vacated from roll 2-28-35 at Bakersfield. Picture taken at Sacramento, Sept. 1903.

 

:168 1154 [Southern Pacific Railroad]. Baldwin 1907.

 

:169 [Shop engine No. 1156. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:170 [Shop engine No. 1148. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:171 [Southern Pacific Railroad engine] 1149. Taken at S.F. [i.e. San Francisco] 11-29-35, Friday. Baldwin 1907. Cylinders 19 x 26. Drivers 51. Weight 140,000.

 

:172 [Shop engine No. 1157. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:173 [Shop engine No. 1188. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:174 [Shop engine No. 1193. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:175 [Shop engine No. 1194. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:176 [Shop engine No. 1194. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:177 [Shop engine No. 1194. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:178 [Shop engine No. 1195. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:179 [Number not used.]

 

:180 [Shop engine No. 1197. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:181 [Shop engine No. 1198. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:182 [Shop engine No. 1199. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:183 [Shop engine No. 1200. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:184 [Shop engine No. 1200. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:185 [Shop engine No. 1200. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:186 [Shop engine No. 1200. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:187 [Shop engine No. 1201. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:188 [Shop engine No. 1201. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:189 [Shop engine No. 1202. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:190 [Shop engine No. 1203. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:191 S.P.R.R. [i.e. Southern Pacific Railroad] No.1203.

 

:192 [Shop engine No. 1204. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:193 [Shop engine No. 1207. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:194 [Southern Pacific Railroad engine] 1209. Baldwin 1912. Rebuilt Sacramento 1928.

 

:195 [Shop engine No. 1209. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:196 [Shop engine No. 1202. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:197 [Shop engine No. 1211. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:198 [Shop engine No. 1214. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:199 [Shop engine No. 1222. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:200 [Shop engine No. 1218. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:201 [Shop engine No. 1219. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:202 [Shop engine No. 1220. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:203 [Shop engine No. 1221. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:204 [Shop engine No. 1221. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:205 S.P.R.R. [i.e. Southern Pacific Railroad] 1201 at 4th [i.e. Fourth] & Channel St.

 

:206 [Shop engine No.1221. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:207 [Shop engine No. 1226. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:208 [Shop engine No. 1228. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:209 [Shop engine No. 1233. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:210 [Shop engine No. 1235. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:211 [Shop engine No. 1240. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:212 [Shop engine No. 1247. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:213 Class S-12. Sept. 1919. [Shop engine No. 1248. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:214 [Shop engine No. 1249. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:215 [Shop engine No. 1253. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:216 Watsonville, 1936. [Shop engine No. 1253. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:216a [Shop engine No. 1253. At Watsonville. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:217 [Shop engine No. 1255. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:218 [Shop engine No. 1257. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:219 Bayshore yard. [February 8, 1959. Shop engine No. 1268. Southern Pacific Railroad.] [Photograph by P.H. Jansen.]

 

:220 [Shop engine No. 1270. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:221 [Shop engine No. 1274. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:222 [Shop engine No. 1277. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:223 [Shop engine No. 1276. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:224 [Shop engine No. 1268. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:225 [Shop engine No. 1285. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:226 [Shop engine No. 1282. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:227 [Shop engine No. 1276. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:228 [Shop engine No. 1276. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:229 [Shop engine No. 1277. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:230 [Shop engine No. 1278. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:231 [Shop engine No. 1278. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:232 [Shop engine No. 1285. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:233 [Shop engine No. 1278. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:234 [Shop engine No. 1278. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:235 [Shop engine No. 1285. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:236 [Shop engine No. 1287. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:237 [Shop engine No. 1286. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:238 [Shop engine No. 1287. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:239 [Shop engine No. 1278. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:240 [Shop engine No. 1294. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:241 [Shop engine No. 1299. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:242 [Shop engine No. 1299. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:243 Central Pacific R.R. No. 1023, 0-6-0, built by Rhode Island Loco. Wks. in 1888. It used to switch around West Oakland for years and then was taken to Portland, Ore. Was scrapped about 1928. Photo by D. L. Joslyn.

 

:244 Central Pacific R.R. No. 1195, 0-6-0, built by Baldwin Loco. Wks. in 1912. Switching at Sacramento, Calif. Taken by D. L. Joslyn.

 

:245 Southern Pacific R.R. No. 1307, 0-8-0, built by the S.P. CO. in 1930. Picture taken by Mr. D.L. Joslyn at Antelope, Calif. when the engine was on its trial trip.

 

:246 Southern Pacific R.R. No. 1300, 0-8-0, Baldwin, 1898. Formerly No.101 on New Mexico Ry. & Coal Co., Ariz. and S. Mexico R.R., El Paso & N.E., No.201 on E.P.& S.W. and 401 on E.P.& S.W. Was originally a 2-8-2 and changed to 0-8-0 by E.P.& S.W. and numbered 420 and later No.4. When the S.P. CO. took over the E.P.& S.W. the number was changed to 1300. Taken at Watsonville, Calif. May 1935.

 

:247 [Shop engine No. 1300. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:248 [Shop engine No. 1300. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:249 [Shop engine No. 1300. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:250 [Shop engine No. 1300. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:251 Southern Pacific Lines No.1313, 0-8-0, built by Southern Pacific Co. in 1930. Class: SE-4 SE 57-23 3/4/ 30- 229-S 229000. D. L. Joslyn, collection, 1934.

 

:252 [Shop engine No. 1307. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:253 [Shop engine No. 1307. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:254 [Shop engine No. 1308. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:255 [Shop engine No. 1310. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:256 [Shop engine No. 1311. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:257 [Shop engine No. 1312. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:258 [Shop engine No. 1313. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:259 [El Paso General Shops. Engine 1585. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:260 [Shop engine No. 1535. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:261 [Shop engine No. 1400. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:262 [Shop engine No. 1401. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:263 [Shop engine No. 4501. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:264 [Shop engine No. 4502. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:265 [Shop engine No. 1402. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:266 [Shop engine No. 4501. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:267 [Shop engine No. 4504. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:268 [Shop engine No. 4504. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:269 [Shop engine No. 1405. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:270 [Shop engine No. 1406. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:271 [Shop engine No. 4505. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:272 [Shop engine No. 4507. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:273 [Shop engine No. 4508. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:274 [Shop engine No. 1408. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:275 [Shop engine No. 4508. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:276 [Shop engine No. 4509. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:277 [Shop engine No. 1409. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:278 1409 -- Built at Sacramento 1937. [Shop engine. Southern Pacific Railroad.] [Photograph by D.L. Joslyn.]

 

:279 U.S.A. 4009. Built by American Sept. 1942. Lease to S.P. [i.e. Southern Pacific] Co. Dec. 1942. The government sticks to old ideas about locomotives. This one has Cyls. 21 x 28, Drivers 51", weighs 155 on drivers 190 lbs. Steam and 39,140 lbs. tractive effort. No feed water heater and no superheater.

 

:280 [Shop engine No. 4501. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:281 [Shop engine No. 1037. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:282 S.P. [i.e. Southern Pacific] No. 1000. Built by Electro-Mag. Corp. April ...[year illegible]. Class DES-1.

 

:283 S.P. [i.e. Southern Pacific] 1002 [actually, 1001]. Built by American Sept. 1939. Class DES-2.

 

:284 [Shop engine No. 1313. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:285 [Shop engine No. 1315. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:286 [Shop engine No. 1317. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:287 [Shop engine No. 1312. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:288 [Shop engine No. 1313. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:289 [Shop engine No. 1314. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:290 [Shop engine No. 1316. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:291 [Shop engine No. 1319. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:292 [Shop engine No. 1313. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:293 [Shop engine No. 1339. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:294 [Shop engine No. 1351. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:295 [Shop engine No. 1388. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:296 [Shop engine No. 1409. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:297 [Shop engine No. 1900. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:298 [Shop engine No. 1900. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:299 [Shop engine No. 1902. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:300 [Shop engine No. 1351. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:301 [Shop engine No. 1361. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:302 [Shop engine No. 1489. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:303 [Shop engine No. 5311. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

Volume 86: Central Pacific Railroad -- Southern Pacific Railroad -- 1891 to date -- Engines no. 1-1590 incl.

 

:1 [Engines No. 4340 and No. 1. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:2 Southern Pacific No. 1 C.P. Huntington. Mrs. Betty Pick, Miss Betty Wright, Mrs. Rose Swansen.

 

:3 Being moved to State Fair Grounds. [Engine No. 1. C.P. Huntington. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:4 [Engine No. 1, C.P. Huntington. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:5 C.P. Huntington, Southern Pacific R.R. of California No. 1 -- Original Central Pacific No. 3. Cylinders 11"x 15; Dia. of Drivers 54". Weight on Divers 18,500 lbs. -- Weight on Trucks 20,500 lbs. -- Total weight 39,000 pounds. Built by Danforth, Cooke & Patterson, N.J. -- shipped around the "Horn" on the sailing vessel Success -- went into service on the Central Pacific R.R. at Sacramento, April 1864.

 

:6 [Engine No. 1. C.P. Huntington. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:7 Gov. Stanford. C.P. [i.e. Central Pacific] No. 1 built by R. Norris & Son.

 

:8 [Engine No. 104. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:9 [Engine No. 103. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:10 [Engine No. 245. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:11 At Houston, Texas. Class E-17. [Engine No. 223. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:12 [Engine No. 204. Sud-Pacifico de Mexico.]

 

:13 At Houston [Texas]. Class E-23. [Southern Pacific No. 272]

 

:14 [Engine No. 261. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:15 At Corpus Christi [Texas]. T. & N.O. Lines. [Engine No. 262. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:16 [Engine No. 277. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:17 At Houston [Texas]. Class A-2. [Engine No. 286. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:18 [Engine No. 285. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:19 [Engine No. 286. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:20 [Engine No. 314. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:21 [Engine No. 204. Sud-Pacifico de Mexico.]

 

:22 Locomotive [No.] 112, one of the Pacific type locomotives used to pull the Overland Limited trains over the Sierra Nevada Mountains. The weight of the locomotive, loaded, is 222,000 pounds: weight of tender, loaded, 132,840 pounds. The cylinders are 22 inches in diameter by 28 inch stroke: driving wheels, 77 inches in diameter: trailing wheels, 45 inches in diameter. Engines of this type will haul a passenger train of thirteen cars, on a level track, under favorable conditions, at a rate of 75 miles an hour.

 

:23 At Houston, Texas. Class T-7. [Houston and Texas Central No. 334]

 

:24 [Engine No. 361. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:25 T. & N.O. 423. At Los Angeles. Feb. 1942. [Southern Pacific No. 423]

 

:26 S.P. [i.e. Southern Pacific] 438. M-4. Cooke [builder] 1901.

 

:27 S.P. de M. [i.e. Sud Pacifico de Mexico] 454. Blew into and out of L.A. No one knows where S.P. de M. got it. We will find out -- later.

 

:28 [Engine No. 502. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:29 T. & N.O. 523 as it appeared just from lease to the S.P. de M. [i.e. Sud Pacifico de Mexico]. Built by T. & N.O.R.R. Co., Houston, Texas, Feb. 1929. This engine now numbered S.P. [i.e. Southern Pacific] 1837. Class M-21. Taken at L.A.

 

:30 564 Southern Pac. [i.e. Southern Pacific] blt. by Baldwin 1871.

 

:31 S.P. [i.e. Southern Pacific] 572 at Victoria, Texas. Baldwin Class J. 62 16/24 47000-128000-T.F.10970. 1901 Renumbered 160. B.P. 135 pounds. W. B. rigid 8" - 21' 9". Dropped from list, 1908. [Taken 1895.]

 

:32 [Engine No. 631. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:33 G.H. & S.A. 635. Schenectady 1882 at Algiers round house about 1904.

 

:34 [Engine No. 651, Sunbeam. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:35 Baldwin [builder] 1930. [Engine No. 700. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:36 [Engine No. 652, Sunbeam. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:37 [Engine No. 748. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:38 [Engine No. 700. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:39 [Engine No. 773. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:40 [Cananea Rio Yaqui y Pacifico No. 800.]

 

:41 G.H. & .S.A. 853. Schenectady [builder] 1895, at Houston, Texas, 1895. Later S.P. [i.e. Southern Pacific] 253.

 

:42 [Southern Pacific No. 908.]

 

:43 [Southern Pacific No. 965.]

 

:44 [Southern Pacific No. 951.]

 

:45 [Southern Pacific No. 1109.]

 

:46 Oil burning locomotive taking fuel. [Engine No. 1109. Southern Pacific Railroad.] [Photograph by Turrill & Miller.]

 

:47 Southern Pacific R.R. No. 113, 4-4-0, built by Cooke Loco. Wks. in 1900. Later S.P. Co. No. 1453, and was rebuilt with piston valves. Picture taken at Sacramento, Cal. in 1900 by Mr. Frank Russell.

 

:48 [Engine No. 1109. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:48a S.P.R.R. [i.e. Southern Pacific Railroad] No. 1157. [Negative.]

 

:49 Central Pacific R.R. No. 1193, 4-4-0, built by Norris Locomotive Works in 1868. Photo taken at Biggs, Calif. in 1891 when the engine was hauling the Oregon freight train. Train crew around engine. D. L. Joslyn, collection.

 

:50 [Engine No. 1200. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:51 [Engine No. 1200. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:52 Central Pacific R.R. No. 1200, 4-4-0, built by McKay & Aldus in 1868. Picture taken in Oregon in 1902 when the engine was up for sale. D. L. Joslyn, collection.

 

:53 Southern Pacific R.R. No. 1202, 4-4-0, rebuilt by S.P. CO. from an original Baldwin. Formerly No.4 on the Santa Anna & Newport Beach Railway. The picture was taken at Los Angeles, Calif. about 1902 when the engine was up for sale. D. L. Joslyn, collection.

 

:54 [Engine No. 1202. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:55 [Engine No. 1202. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:56 [Engine No. 1297. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:57 [Engine No. 1210. Central Pacific Railroad.]

 

:58 S.P.R.R. [i.e. Southern Pacific Railroad] No. 1211 at Shell Mound, West Berkeley. [March 4, 1890.]

 

:59 [Engine No. 1211. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:60 [Engine No. 1211. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:61 Central Pacific R.R. No. 1210, 4-4-0, built by Rhode Island Loco. Wks. in 1868. Photo taken when the engine was used on the Alameda local lines prior to 1913. D. L. Joslyn, collection.

 

:62 Central Pacific R.R. No. 1212, 4-4-0, built by Globe Works in 1868. Taken at Folsom State Prison, Folsom, Calif., when the engine was stationed there for switch duty. Umpqua No.124. D.L. Joslyn, collection.

 

:63 Central Pacific R.R. No. 1214, 4-4-0, built by H. J. Booth & Co. in 1864. This picture was taken on 7th Street Oakland, California when the local lines were being electrified. The engine was up for sale at the time. D. L. Joslyn, collection.

 

:64 Central Pacific R.R. No. 1213, 4-4-0, built by Rhode Island Loco. Wks. in 1868. Photo taken in 1898. D. L. Joslyn, collection.

 

:65 Southern Pacific 1214 at Oakland. Built by Booth & Co. 1864. Rebuilt by S.P. at Sacramento 1886. Cylinders 16" x 24". Drivers 63" Dia. Weight on Drivers 33,600 lbs. Total Weight of Engine 56,500 lbs. Number changed to 1487. [Taken December 22, 1906.]

 

:66 [Engine No. 1215. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:67 [Engine No. 1216. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:68 [Engine No. 1216. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:69 [Engine No. 1218. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:70 [Engine No. 1219. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:71 [Engine No. 1220. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:72 Original C.P. [i.e. Central Pacific] 31. 2nd C.P. 1193. 3rd C.P. 1215. 4th S.P. Lines 1488. Sold to Erickson and Peterson 1909 -- Was used in building the Owens Valley Water Works for L.A. Sold to S.F. and had equipment co. Purchased by the Stockton Terminal and Eastern their No. 1. Still in service. Built by R. Norris & Sons 1867. Copied from an old blue print by D.L. Joslyn. D.L. Joslyn, collection.

 

:73 Central Pacific R.R. No. 1220, 4-4-0, built by Rhode Island Loco. Wks. in 1868. Taken in about 1905. Engine was used in local service in Oakland, Alameda and Berkeley. D.L. Joslyn, collection.

 

:74 Central Pacific R.R. No. 1223, 4-4-0, built by Rogers Locomotive Works in 1869. Used to run on the Alameda and Berkeley steam local trains prior to electrifying suburban lines. D. L. Joslyn, coll.

 

:75 [Engine No. 1226. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:76 [Engine No. 1222. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:77 [Engine No. 1222. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:78 [Engine No. 1228. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:79 C.P. [actually, Southern Pacific] 1228 at Honcut. 1898.

 

:80 [Engine No. 1224. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:81 [Engine No. 1225. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:82 [Engine No. 1226. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:83 [Engine No. 1232. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:84 At El Verano. [Engine No. 1235. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:85 [Engine No. 1239. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:86 [Engine No. 1239. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:87 [Engine No. 1240. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:88 [Engine No. 1240. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:89 [Engine No. 1259. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:90 [Engine No. 1259. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:91 C.P. [i.e. Central Pacific] 1259 [near?] Cisco.

 

:92 At Santa Rosa? [Engine No. 1259. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:93 [Engine No. 1261. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:94 [Engine No. 1262. Southern Pacific Railroad.] [Duplicate of 86:95.]

 

:95 [Engine No. 1262. Southern Pacific Railroad.] [Duplicate of 86:94.]

 

:96 [Engine No. 1262. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:97 [Engine No. 1263. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:98 [Engine No. 1268. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:99 Southern Pacific R.R. No. 1268, 4-4-0, built by Norris Loco. Wks. in 1868. Working as a switch engine on the Oakland Mole about 1896. D L. Joslyn, collection.

 

:100 Central Pacific R.R. No. 1272, 4-4-0, built by C.P.R.R. Photo taken at Berryman Station, Berkeley, Calif., July 1894 during the A.R.U. Strike. U.S. Sailors on engine doing guard duty. W.S. Keefe, collection, 1934.

 

:101 [Engine No. 1272. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:102 [Engine No. 1273. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:103 [Engine No. 1273. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:104 [Engine No. 1273. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:105 [Engine No. 1276. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:106 [Engine No. 1277. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:107 [Engine No. 1282. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:108 [Engine No. 1283. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:109 [Engine No. 1283. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:110 Central Pacific R.R. No. 1286, 4-4-0, built by C.P.R.R. in 1873. Cyl. 17" x 24"; Driver 57 in.; Wt. 84700-lb. Original No. 179. 2nd. No. 1286. 3rd. No. 1368. Taken at Berryman Station, Berkeley, Cal., about 1906. D.L. Joslyn, collection, 1935.

 

:111 [Engine No. 1284. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:112 [Engine No. 1285. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:113 [Engine No. 1286. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:114 [Engine No. 1292. Central Pacific Railroad.]

 

:115 [Engine No. 1292. Central Pacific Railroad.]

 

:116 [Engine No. 1291. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:117 S.P. [i.e Southern Pacific] at Fresno.

 

:118 C.P. 1300 -- Schen. [i.e. Schenectady, builder] 1876. Original No. 226. Broken up 12-31-12. Collection of D.L. Joslyn. [Post card.]

 

:119 [Engine No. 1300. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:120 Southern Pacific R.R. No. 1303, 4-4-0, built by S.P. Co. in 1873. From an old blue print. D.L. Joslyn, collection.

 

:121 [Engine No. 1302. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:122 [Engine No. 1304. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:123 [Engine No. 1306. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:124 [Engine No. 1310. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:125 [Engine No. 1308. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:126 [Engine No. 1309. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:127 [Engine No. 1312.]

 

:127a S.P. [i.e. Southern Pacific] No. 1312. [Negative.]

 

:128 [Engine No. 1313. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:129 [Engine No. 1315. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:130 [Engine No. 1315. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:131 [Engine No. 1316. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:132 [Engine No. 1317. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:133 [Engine No. 1318. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:134 Central Pacific R.R. No. 1320, 4-4-0, built by Schenectady Loco. Wks. in 1882. Picture taken at Three Forks, Ore. [i.e. Oregon]. Scrapped at Portland, Ore., 1930. D. L. Joslyn, collection.

 

:135 Central Pacific R.R. No. 1332, 4-4-0, taken at Santa Rosa about 1910 when the Southern Pacific ran passenger trains there. These little eight-wheelers are about gone from the S.P. Co. and also passenger service is now disconnected by the S.P. CO. to Santa Rosa. Photos from collection of the late Ed. Laws.

 

:136 [Engine No. 1332. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:137 Southern Pacific R.R. No. 1310, 4-4-0, built by Schenectady Loco. Wks. in 1888. From the files of the S.P. Co. at Sacramento.

 

:138 Southern Pacific R.R. No. 1313, 4-4-0, built by Schenectady Locomotive Works in 1879. D.L. Joslyn, collection 1934.

 

:139 [Engine No. 1313. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:140 [Engine No. 1320. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:141 [Engine No. 1320. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:142 [Engine No. 1321. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:143 [Engine No. 1322. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:144 [Engine No. 1323. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:145 [Engine No. 1324. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:146 [Engine No. 1325. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:147 [Engine No. 1325. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:148 [Engine No. 1330. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:149 [Engine No. 1331. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:150 [Engine No. 1331. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:151 [Engine No. 1332. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:152 [Engine No. 1332. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:153 [Engine No. 1333. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:154 [Engine No. 1333. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:155 [Engine No. 1334. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:156 [Engine No. 1334. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:157 [Engine No. 1337. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:158 [Engine No. 1338. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:159 [Engine No. 1339. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:160 [Engine No. 1340. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:161 [Engine No. 1341. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:162 [Engine No. 1342. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:163 [Engine No. 1342. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:164 First oil burning locomotive placed in service on Southern Pacific Co. Lines - May, 1895. Jesse C. Martin, Engineer.

 

:165 [Engine No. 1344. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:166 [Engine No. 1345. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:167 [Engine No. 1345. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:168 [Engine No. 1347. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:169 [Engine No. 1348. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:170 [Engine No. 1349. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:171 [Lacking.]

 

:172 Eng. No. 1350. [Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:173 [Engine No. 1354. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:174 [Engine No. 1352. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:175 [Engine No. 1356. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:176 [Engine No. 1357. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:177 [Engine No. 1357. Oregon and California Railroad.]

 

:178 S.P. [i.e. Southern Pacific] 1357. Ex Oregon & California 24. Baldwin 1983 (6663). Scrapped 3-5-14. Class E-11. 4-4-0. E-61 17/24 48000-74700. Steam, 140. T.J. 13100. [From collection of W.A. Silverthorn.]

 

:179 [Engine No. 1358. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:180 [Engine No. 1359. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:181 [Engine No. 1358. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:182 [Engine No. 1361. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:183 [Engine No. 1362. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:184 [Engine No. 1363. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:185 [Engine No. 1365. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:186 [Engine No. 1365. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:187 [Engine No. 1366. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:188 [Engine No. 1366. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:189 [Engine No. 1366. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:190 [Engine No. 1368. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:191 [Engine No. 1369. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:192 [Engine No. 1370. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:193 [Engine No. 1370. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:194 [Engine No. 1370. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:195 [Engine No. 1371. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:196 [Engine No. 1372. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:197 [Engine No. 1372. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:198 [Engine No. 1373. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:199 [Engine No. 1373. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:200 Del Monte Flyer, 1905. Engr. W. H. Thompson, Frm. Arano. Los Gatos, 1905. [Engine 1372. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:201 [Engine No. 1373. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:202 [Engine No. 1374. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:203 [Engine No. 1374. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:204 [Engine No. 1375. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:205 [Engine No. 1376. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:206 [Engine No. 1376. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:207 [Engine No. 1376. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:208 Wrights, 1905. Engineers W. H. & J. Thompson; Frm. J. Honn. [Engine No. 1375. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:209 [Engine No. 1377. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:210 [Engine No. 1377. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:211 [Engine No. 1377. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:212 [Engine No. 1378. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:213 [Engine No. 1379. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:214 This engine was No. 380 in year 1885. Same engine opposite page. At 16 Harrison St. Roundhouse, S.F. [i.e. San Francisco]. San Jose local passenger engine 1380. July 1890. Bill Allen [left].

 

:215 S.P.[i.e. Southern Pacific] Lines 1376. Old number S.P. 377. Schenectady 1889. Cylinders 18 x 24. Drivers 69. Weight 93,500.

 

:216 [Engine No. 1379. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:217 [Engine No. 1380. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:218 [Engine No. 1380. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:219 [Engine No. 1380. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:220 [Engine No. 1380. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:221 [Engine No. 1381. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:222 [Engine No. 1382. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:223 Central Pacific R.R. No. 1385, 4-4-0, built by Rogers Loco. Wks. in 1888. Photo by late Archie Gillfillan. D. L. Joslyn, collection.

 

:224 Southern Pacific R.R. No. 1386, 4-4-0, built by Rogers Locomotive Works in 1888. Taken just before engine was scrapped. D.L. Joslyn, photo.

 

:225 [Engine No. 1376. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:226 Central Pacific R.R. No. 1423, 4-4-0, built by the S.P. Co. in 1888. D. L. Joslyn, collection.

 

:227 [Engine No. 1384. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:228 [Engine No. 1385. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:229 [Engine No. 1387. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:230 [Engine No. 1388. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:231 S.P. [i.e. Southern Pacific] 1388 [actually, 1389]. Rogers [builder] 1888. Original S.P. 352. Broken up 3-31- 35.

 

:232 [Engine No. 1389. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:233 [Omitted.]

 

:234 [Engine No. 1390. Southern Pacific Railroad.] [Post card.]

 

:235 S.P. [i.e. Southern Pacific] 1391. At Redlands -- Calif. 1901.

 

:236 [Engine No. 1393. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:237 [Engine No. 1392. Southern Pacific Railroad.] [Post card.]

 

:238 [Engine No. 1396. Southern Pacific Railroad.] [Post card.]

 

:239 [Engine No. 1395. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:240 [Engine No. 1399. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:241 [Engine No. 1400. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:242 [Engine No. 1402. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:243 [Engine No. 1401. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:244 [Engine No. 1403. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:245 [Engine No. 1403. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:246 [Engine No. 1402. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:247 [Engine No. 1404. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:248 [Engine No. 1404. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:249 [Engine No. 1405. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:250 [Engine No. 1405. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:251 [Engine No. 1406. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:252 [Engine No. 1406. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:253 [Engine No. 1406. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:254 [Engine No. 1407. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:255 [Engine No. 1408. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:256 [Engine No. 1409. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:257 [Engine No. 1410. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:258 [Engine No. 1411. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:259 [Engine No. 1411. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:260 [Engine No. 1411. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:261 [Engine No. 1411. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:262 [Engine No. 1412. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:263 [Engine No. 1413. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:264 [Engine No. 1414. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:265 Southern Pacific R.R. No. 1413, 4-4-0, built by Schenectady Loco. Wks. in 1880. Picture taken by Mr. Russell, Chief Mechanical Engineer of the S.P. Co.

 

:266 Southern Pacific R.R. No. 1383, 4-4-0, refitted as a makeshift L.S. & M.S.R.R. No.38 for a motion picture company. A flare was welded on the stack and a wooden cab built to make it look like an old-time engine. D.L. Joslyn, collection.

 

:267 Central Pacific R.R. No. 1421, 4-4-0, built by S.P. Co. In 1886. This was the last of the A.J. Stevens engines and was taken just before being scrapped. The Stevens valve gear was changed to a modified Walchaert gear but was not successful. D. L. Joslyn, collection.

 

:268 Southern Pacific Lines No. 1412, 4-4-0, built by Schenectady Locomotive Works in 1880. D.L. Joslyn, collection. 1934.

 

:269 L. D. Courtermarsh -- Engr.; Geo. H. McKenzie, Fireman; Geo. Skillicorn -- (in cab). At Gilroy -- 1907.

 

:270 [Engine No. 1418. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:271 [Engine No. 1419. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:272 [Engine No. 1419. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:273 [Engine No. 1421. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:274 [Engine No. 1421. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:275 Wadsworth, Nev. [i.e. Nevada]. [Southern Pacific No. 1424]

 

:276 [Engine No. 1424. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:277 [Engine No. 1425. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:278 [Engine No. 1435. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:279 [Engine No. 1432. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:280 S.P. [i.e. Southern Pacific] 1430 at Santa Monica. Year not known.

 

:281 [Engine No. 1431. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:282 [Engine No. 1439. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:283 [Engine No. 1438. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:284 [Engine No. 1438. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:285 [Engine No. 1438. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:286 [Engine No. 1439. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:287 [Engine No. 1445. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:288 [Engine No. 1445. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:289 Southern Pacific Lines No. 1445, 4-4-0, built by Cooke Locomotive Works in 1900. Class: E-23 E 73- 20x24-101S 129900 147200. D. L. Joslyn photo, 1934. [Taken at Stockton, 1932.]

 

:290 [Engine No. 1445. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:291 Southern Pacific R.R. No. 1451, 4-4-0, built by Cooke Loco. Wks. in 1900. Classification: E-23 E 73-20x24- 92 119680 137420. Photo taken by Mr. D. L. Joslyn in Sacramento, Calif., June 1934. Note switch-engine tender on an eight-wheeler.

 

:292 Southern Pacific R.R. No. 1458, 4-4-0, built by Cooke Locomotive Works in 1900. Class: E-23 E 73- 20x24-92 119680 137420. Taken at Stockton, Calif., 1934. D. L. Joslyn collection, 1934

 

:293 [Engine No. 1446. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:294 [Engine No. 1446. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:295 [Engine No. 1447. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:296 [Engine No. 1447. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:297 [Engine No. 1448. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:298 [Engine No. 1448. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:299 [Engine No. 1448. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:300 [Engine No. 1448. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:301 Southern Pacific R.R. No. 1453, 4-4-0, built by Cooke Locomotive Wks. in 1900. Taken at Sacramento, Calif. just after being rebuilt with piston valves. Class: E-23 E 73-20x24-101S 129900 147200. Photo by D. L. Joslyn of Sacramento.

 

:302 [Engine No. 1453. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:303 [Engine No. 1454. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:304 [Engine No. 1453. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:305 [Engine No. 1456. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:306 [Engine No. 1457. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:307 [Engine No. 1457. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:308 [Engine No. 1458. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:309 [Engine No. 1459. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:310 [Engine No. 1459. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:311 [Engine No. 1460. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:312 [Engine No. 1461. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:313 [Engine No. 1462. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:314 Central Pacific R.R. No. 1462, 4-4-0, built by Rogers Loco. Wks. in 1887 and later rebuilt by the Union Pacific R.R. in 1892. One of the several U.P.R.R. engines sent to the S.P. Co. after Harriman took over the U.P. interests. Class: E-24 E 69-18x26-73 97700 109200. D. L. Joslyn photo.

 

:315 [Engine No. 1463. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:316 [Engine No. 1468. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:317 [Engine No. 1447. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:318 Southern Pacific Lines No. 1466, 4-4-0, built by Rhode Island Loco. Wks. in 1889. Class: E-24 E 69- 18x26-74 99520 113400. Vacated July 1932 to be scrapped. Photo by D.L. Joslyn, 1935.

 

:319 Southern Pacific R.R. No. 1467, 4-4-0, built by Rhode Island Loco. Wks. in 1889, rebuilt by U.P.R.R. [i.e. Union Pacific Railroad] in 1892. Taken at Stockton, Calif. in 1932 when running on mixed train to Oakdale, Calif. Class: E-24 E 69-18x26-73 99520 113400. D.L. Joslyn collection. 1935.

 

:320 [Engine No. 1468. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:321 [Engine No. 1470. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:322 [Engine No. 1470. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:323-329 [Omitted]

 

:330 Southern Pacific R.R. No. 1469, 4-4-0, built by Baldwin Locomotive Works in 1887. Class: E-24 E 69- 18x26-74 99520 113400. Broken up August 2, 1934. D.L. Joslyn collection. 1935.

 

:331 At Santa Monica. [Engine No. 1471. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:332 [Engine No. 1472. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:333 Napa. [Engine No. 1475. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:334 Southern Pacific R.R. No. 1476, 4-4-0, built by Baldwin Loco. Wks. in 1887. Taken at Portland, Oregon near Union Depot. D.L. Joslyn, collection.

 

:335 Southern Pacific R.R. No. 1479, 4-4-0, built by New York Locomotive Works in 1888. D.L. Joslyn, collection.

 

:336 [Engine No. 1474. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:337 [Engine No. 1475. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:338 [Engine No. 1476. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:339 [Engine No. 1477. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:340 [Engine No. 1478. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:341 [Engine No. 1479. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:342 [Engine No. 1479. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:343 [Engine No. 1480. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:344 1476 at Portland. [Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:345 [Engine No. 1479. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:346 Southern Pacific R.R. No. 1481, 4-4-0, built by the U.P.R.R. [i.e. Union Pacific Railroad] in 1884. Twin engine to the one below [i.e. 86:347] and was brought to the S.P. from the U.P.R.R. and was used in suburban service. D. L. Joslyn collection, 1934. [Duplicate of 86:348.]

 

:347 Southern Pacific R.R. No. 1482, 4-4-0, built by Taunton Loco. Wks. in 1889. This was one of several engines bought by the S.P. Co. from the Union Pacific R.R. It was used on the local service until electrified. [Duplicate 86:349.]

 

:348 [Engine No. 1481. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:349 [Engine No. 1482. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:350 [Engine No. 1485. Southern Pacific Railroad]

 

:351 [Engine No. 1487. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:352 [Engine No. 1488. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:353 [Engine No. 1489. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:354 [Engine No. 1490. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:355 [Engine No. 1491. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:356 [Engine No. 1492. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:357 [Engine No. 1495. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:358 [Engine No. 1496. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:359 [Engine No. 1497. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:360 [Engine No. 1499. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:361 [Engine No. 1500. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:362 [Engine No. 1500. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:363 S.P. [i.e. Southern Pacific Railroad] No. 1500 at Tiburon.

 

:364 [Engine No. 1500. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:365 S.P.R.R. [i.e. Southern Pacific Railroad] No. 1500.

 

:365a [Negative.]

 

:366 [Engine No. 1503. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:367 [Engine No. 1503. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:368 [Southern Pacific engine No.] 1508. Stark Street Station in Portland, Oregon. Prior to 1905.

 

:369 [Engine No. 1509. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:370 C.P.R.R. [i.e. Central Pacific Railroad] No. 1509. Ex No.6, Conness.

 

:371 [Engine No. 1505. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:372 [Engine No. 1512. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:373 [Engine No. 1514. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:374 [Engine No. 1515. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:375 [Engine No. 1516. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:376 [Engine No. 1517. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:377 [Engine No. 1519. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:378 [Engine No. 1520. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:379 [Engine No. 1521. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:380 [Engine No. 1522. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:381 [Engine No. 1523. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:382 [Engine No. 1524. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:383 [Engine No. 1525. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:384 [Engine No. 1525. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:385 [Engine No. 1526. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:386 [Engine No. 1527. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:387 [Engine No. 1528. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:388 [Engine No. 1528. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:389 [Engine No. 1528. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:390 [Engine No. 1528. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:391 [Engine No. 1530. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:392 [Engine No. 1529. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:393 [Engine No. 1529. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:394 Southern Pacific R.R. No. 1530, 4-4-0, built by Baldwin Loco. Wks. in 1911. Class: E-27 E 73-20x26-1133 160,3000 180,000. Taken on lay-up track at Sacramento, Calif. D.L. Joslyn, Photo.

 

:395 Southern Pacific Lines No. 1351, 4-4-0, built by Baldwin Locomotive Works in 1911. Class: E-27 E 73- 20x26-113S 160300 180000. D.L. Joslyn photo, 1934.

 

:396 Central Pacific R.R. No. 1535, 4-6-0. No data on this engine. D. L. Joslyn, collection.

 

:397 [Engine No. 1533. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:398 [Engine No. 1536. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:399 [Engine No. 1537. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:400 [Engines No. 1537 and 1539. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:401 S.P. locomotive class E 73 20/26 100. Associated Line. [No. 1537.]

 

:402 [Engine No. 1538. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:403 [Engine No. 1539. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:404 [Engine No. 1540. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:405 [Engine No. 1536. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:406 [Engine No. 1539. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:407 [Skipped.]

 

:408 Central Pacific R.R. No. 1552, 4-6-0, taken while doing switch duty at the granite quarries at Rocklin, Calif. D.L. Joslyn, collection.

 

:409 [Southern Pacific No. 1557]

 

:410 [Southern Pacific No. 1555]

 

:411 [Southern Pacific No. 1552]

 

:412 The evolution of a railroad. Two locomotives that help tell the story of the railway evolution. [Engines No. 1 and 1586. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:413 [Engine No. 1587. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:414 Southern Pacific R.R. No. 1594, 4-6-0, on trestle at Soda Springs, Cal. in the Sierra Nevada Mountains near the Summit. This picture was taken in the 1890s. D. L. Joslyn, collection. 1935.

 

:415 S.P. [i.e. Southern Pacific] No. 1599?

 

:416 Northwestern Pacific R.R. Ferry Sausalito, built in San Francisco by the Fulton Iron Works in 1894. Wood hull 236 ft. long; 38ft. beam; 15 ft. depth. 1766 Gr. Tons; 1373 Nt. Tons. Walking-beam engine 56 in. cylinder by 144 in. stroke. 1400 I.H.P. 3 S.E.S. boilers, 60 lb. Previous to 1906 used to carry narrow-gage [sic] cars. Broken up in 1932. [Lacking.]

 

:417 Northwestern Pacific R.R. Ferry Cazadero, built in Alameda, Cal. in 1903. Wooden hull 228.5 ft. long; 38 ft. beam; 17 ft. depth. 1682 Gr. Tons. Walking-beam engine, 56 in. cyl. by 12 ft. stroke; 1600 I.H.P. 3 s.e.s. boilers, 70 lb. press. [Lacking.]

 

:418 Northwestern Pacific R.R. Ferry Tamalpais, built in San Francisco in 1901. Steel hull 244 ft. long; 36 ft. depth. 1631 Gr. Tons; 1013 Nt. Tons. Incline-compound engine, 36" x 73" cyl. x 38" stroke; 2100 I.H.P. 2 D.E.S. boilers, 125 lb. press. [Lacking.]

 

:419 Northwestern Pacific R.R. Ferry Eureka, rebuilt from the ferry Ukiah by the U.S.R.R. Administration for the N.W.P.R.R. in 1918. Is used for general passenger and automobile traffic between San Francisco and Sausalito. For data see Str. Ukiah in this book. [Lacking.]

 

Volume 87: Central Pacific Railroad -- Southern Pacific Railroad -- 1891 to date -- Engines no. 1600-1999

 

:1 Ca. 1900 at Oakland. [Southern Pacific No. 1601] [From collection of Louis Slevin.]

 

:1a [Engine No. 1608. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:1b [Southern Pacific No. 1611] [From collection of Arthur Haig.]

 

:2 [Engine No. 1610. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:3 [Engine No. 1613. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:4 [Engine No. 1615. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:5 S.P. of A. [i.e. Southern Pacific of Arizona] 1614 -- Schen. [i.e. Schenectady, builder] 1881. Original No. 111 -- Later 2049. Sold 1907. Collection of D.L. Joslyn. [Post card.]

 

:6 [Engine No. 1617. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:7 [Engine No. 1617. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:8 [Engine No. 1617. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:9 [Engine No. 1619. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:10 [Engine No. 1622. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:11 [Engine No. 1623. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:12 Southern Pacific R.R. No.1623, 2-6-0, built by Schenectady Locomotive Works in 1899. Class: M-4 M 63- 20x28-126 128180 146000. D. L. Joslyn photo. 1935.

 

:13 [Engine No. 1624. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:14 [Southern Pacific Railroad engine No.] 1622 at Truckee, 1903. Later sold to Arizona & Colorado R.R. There 677.

 

:15 [Southern Pacific engine No.] 1626. Sacramento. 1934.

 

:16 [Engine No. 1626. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:17 [Engine No. 1626. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:18 [Engine No. 1627. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:19 Southern Pacific R.R. No. 1618, 2-6-0, built by Schenectady Loco. Wks. in 1899. Taken at Bakersfield, Calif. when on Tehachapi freight run. Engine No.1326 behind No.1618. D.L. Joslyn, collection.

 

:20 Southern Pacific Lines No. 1615, 2-6-0, built by Cooke Locomotive Works in 1899. Class: M-4 M 63- 20x28-126 128180 146000. Original number 1440. Taken in 1904. Out of service to be scrapped in 1934. D.L. Joslyn collection, 1934.

 

:21 Southern Pacific Co. No. 1633, 2-6-0, built by Cooke Loco. Wks. in 1900. Class: M 63-20x28-135S 140600 157900. Taken on lay-up track at Sacramento, California. D.L. Joslyn, photo.

 

:22 Southern Pacific R.R. No. 1658, 2-6-0, built by Cooke Loco. Wks. in 1899. Class: M 63-20x28-135S 140600 157900. Top view shows when built and bottom view shows as rebuilt and fitted with piston valves. D.L. Joslyn, collection.

 

:23 [Engine No. 1629. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:24 [Engine No. 1631. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:25 [Engine No. 1632. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:26 [Engine No. 1633. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:27 [Engine No. 1635? Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:28 [Engine No. 1639. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:29 [Engine No. 1641. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:30 [Engine No. 1643. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:31 [Engine No. 1643. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:32 [Engine No. 1643. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:33 [Engine No. 1644. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:34 [Engine No. 1645. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:35 [Engine No. 1645. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:36 [Engine No. 1645. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:37 Ashland, Oregon 1894. [Engine No. 1648. Southern Pacific Railroad.] [From collection of Arthur Haig.] [Duplicate of 87:38.]

 

:38 Ashland, Oregon 1894. [Engine No. 1648. Southern Pacific Railroad.] [Duplicate of 87:37.]

 

:39 [Engine No. 1652. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:40 [Engine No. 1652. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:41 [Engine No. 1654. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:42 [Engine No. 1656. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:43 [Engine No. 1654. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:44 [Engine No. 1655. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:45 Southern Pacific R.R. No. 1655, 2-6-0, built by Cooke Locomotive Works in 1899. Class: M-63-20x28-126 128100 14600. D.L. Joslyn collection. 1934.

 

:46 Southern Pacific of New Mexico R.R. No. 1671, 4-6-0, built by Rogers L. W. In 1881. Cylinders 18" x 24"; Driv. 54 in.; Wt. 85800-lb. Original No. 193; 2nd No. 1671. Taken over by Central Pacific R.R. and numbered C.P.R.R. No.2099. D.L. Joslyn collection. 1934.

 

:47 S.P.N.M. [i.e. Southern Pacific of New Mexico?] 1677. Rogers [builder] 1881. 1st No. S.P.N.M. 199. 2nd No. S.P.N.M. 1677. 3rd No. S.P. 2101. Broken up 1913.

 

:48 [Engine No. 1668. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:49 [Engine No. 1675. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:50 [Engine No. 1677. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:51 [Engine No. 1678. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:52 [Engine No. 1682. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:53 [Engine No. 1682. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:54 [Engine No. 1683. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:55 [Engine No. 1685. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:56 [Engine No. 1688. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:57 [Engine No. 1690. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:58 [Engine No. 1692. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:59 [Engine No. 1692. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:60 [Unidentified locomotive. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:61 [Engine No. 1695. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:62 [Engine No. 1695. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:63 [Engine No. 1699. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:64 [Engine No. 1699. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:65 [Engine No. 1701. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:66 [Engine No. 1701. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:67 Central Pacific R.R. No. 1702, 2-6-0, built by Cooke Locomotive Wks. in 1900. Class: M-4 M 63-20x28- 135S 128100 14600. Photo taken about 1910 when the S.P. Co. first started to place train indicators on the engines. D.L. Joslyn, collection. 1935.

 

:68 [Engine No. 1703. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:69 [Engine No. 1702. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:70 [Engine No. 1703. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:71 [Engine No. 1710. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:72 [Engine No. 1713. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:73 [Engine No. 1714. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:74 [Engine No. 1717. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:75 [Engine No. 1713. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:76 [Engine No. 1713. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:77 [Engine No. 1714. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:78 [Engine No. 1714. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:79 [Engine No. 1717. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:80 [Engine No. 1718. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:81 [Engine No. 1718. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:82 Southern Pacific R.R. No. 1741, 4-6-0, built by Rhode Island Locomotive Works in 1888. D.L. Joslyn collection. 1933.

 

:83 Central Pacific R.R. No. 1783, 4-6-0, built by Schenectady Loco. Wks. in 1888. This engine was a cross compound with intercepting valve invented by the late C.T. Noyes. Photo by Schenectady Loco. Wks. D.L. Joslyn, collection.

 

:84 Central Pacific R.R. No. 1720, 2-6-0, built by Baldwin Loco. Wks. in 1902. A builders photo showing engine with Vanderbilt boiler and Vauclain compound. Since rebuilt as a simple engine and wagon-top boiler as also the 1721. Class: M-8 M 63-21x28-159S 164340 184700. D.L. Joslyn, collection.

 

:85 Central Pacific R.R . No. 1721, 2-6-0, built by Baldwin Locomotive Wks. in 1902. Taken at Sacramento in 1902 when engine arrived from builders and shows engine when it was a Vauclain compound and with Vanderbilt boiler. It had been rebuilt and class: M-8 M 63-21x28-159S. Wt. Lt. 164240 Ld. 184700. D.L. Joslyn, collection.

 

:86 [Engine No. 1721. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:87 [Engine No. 1721. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:88 [Engine No. 1723. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:89 A train load of Bouldin Island [California] asparagus. [Engine No. 1724. Southern Pacific Railroad.] [No. 19, B, 1. Photograph by Turrill & Miller.]

 

:90 [Engine No. 1724. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:91 [Engine No. 1725. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:92 [Engine No. 1729. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:93 [Engine No. 1730. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:94 [Engine No. 1731. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:95 [Engine No. 1733. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:96 [Engine No. 1733. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:97 [Engine No. 1734. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:98 [Engine No. 1738. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:99 [Engine No. 1736. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:100 [Engine No. 1734. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:101 [Engine No. 1738. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:102 [Engine No. 1738. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:103 Southern Pacific R.R. No. 1727, 2-6-0, built by Baldwin Locomotive Wks. in 1901. Photo taken at the Baldwin Works when the engine was built and was one of the several Vauclain Compound "Moguls" that were built for the S.P. Co. Rebuilt later as a simple engine and classed: M-6 M 63-21x28. D.L. Joslyn, collection.

 

:104 Southern Pacific R.R. of New Mexico No. 1742, 2-6-0, built by Baldwin Loco. Works in 1901. One of the compound M-6 moguls used for freight service. Class: M-6 M 63-21x28. D.L. Joslyn, photo.

 

:105 Central Pacific R.R. No. 1778, 4-6-0, built by S.P. Co. In 1887.

 

:106 Central Pacific R.R. No. 1791, 4-6-0, built by Schenectady Locomotive Works in 1888. Photo taken by Mr. Frank Russel in 1899 or 1900 when the engine was just across the bridge from Sacramento in Yolo county. D.L. Joslyn, collection

 

:107 [Engine No. 1744. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:108 [Engine No. 1744. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:109 [Engine No. 1744. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:110 [Engine No. 1749. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:110a [Negative.]

 

:111 [Engine No. 1751. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:112 [Engine No. 1753. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:113 [Engine No. 1754. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:114 [Engine No. 1753. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:115 [Engine No. 1759. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:116 [Engine No. 1759. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:117 [Engine No. 1756. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:118 [Engine No. 1756. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:119 [Engine No. 1758. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:120 [Engine No. 1760. Southern Pacific Railroad.] [Duplicate of 87:121.]

 

:121 [Engine No. 1760. Southern Pacific Railroad.] [Duplicate of 87:120.]

 

:122 [Engine No. 1763. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:123 [Engine No. 1770. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:124 [Engine No. 1772. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:125 [Engine No. 1767. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:126 C.P.R.R. [i.e. Central Pacific Railroad] No. 1768.

 

:127 [Engine No. 1770. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:128 [Engine No. 1772. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:129 [Engine No. 1773. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:130 [Engine No. 1774. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:131 [Engine No. 1774. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:132 [Engine No. 1774. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:133 [Engine No. 1774. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:134 [Engine No. 1776. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:135 [Engine No. 1777. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:136 [Engine No. 1778. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:137 [Engine No. 1779. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:138 [Engine No. 1774. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:139 [Engine No. 1786. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:140 [Engine No. 1792. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:141 [Engine No. 1793. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:142 [Engine No. 1793. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:143 [Engine No. 1795. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:144 [Engine No. 1791. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:145 [Engine No. 1793. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:146 [Engine No. 1793. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:147 [Engine No. 1779. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:148 1796 at Fresno, Cal. [Engine No. 1796. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:149 [Engine No. 1799. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:150 [Engine No. 1799. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:151 [Engine No. 1799. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:152 [Engine No. 1800. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:153 [Engine No. 1800. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:154 [Engine No. 1800. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:155 [Engine No. 1800. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:156 [Engine No. 1800. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:157 [Engine No. 1801. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:158 [Engine No. 1801. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:159 [Engine No. 1801. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:160 [Engine No. 1806. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:161 [Engine No. 1802. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:162 [Engine No. 1802. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:163 [Engine No. 1818. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:164 [Engine No. 1820. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:165 At Los Angeles.. March 14, 19...[obscured]. [Engine No. 1808. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:166 C.P.R.R. [i.e. Central Pacific Railroad] No.1811. Ca. 1886. Cooke Engine. [Post card.]

 

:166a [Negative.]

 

:167 [Engine No. 1811. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:168 [Engine No. 1814. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:169 S.P. [i.e. Southern Pacific] of Cal. 1818. Copied from an old book of 1900.

 

:170 [Engine No. 1819. Southern Pacific Railroad.] [Post card.]

 

:171 [Engine No. 1816. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:172 Built by Baldwin, not S.P. [Engine No. 1820. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:173 Loco. 1823. Built at Sacramento Dec. 26, 1917. Class M-6. [Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:174 Loco. 1826. Built at Sacramento June 15, 1918. Class M-9. [Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:175 [Engine No. 1823. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:176 [Engine No. 1829. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:177 [Engine No. 1829. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:178 [Engine No. 1826. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:179 S.P. [i.e. Southern Pacific] 1830 on table at El Paso in 1895.

 

:180 [Engine No. 1833. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:181 [Engine No. 1832. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:182 [Engine No. 1833. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:183 [Engine No. 1833. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:184 [Engine No. 1834. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:185 S.P. [i.e. Southern Pacific] 1823 ...[torn]... Pomona 1896. Copied from [most?] disreputable photo one could wish to see. Cooke 1895. Present number 2242.

 

:186 S.P. [i.e. Southern Pacific] 1837 -- Class M-21 in service between Tracy & Roseville. Formly [sic] T. & N.O. 523. Built by T. & N.O.R.R. Co. at Houston, Texas 1929. Taken at Roseville.

 

:187 [Engine No. 1901. Southern Pacific Railroad.] [Copyright 1924 by Louis Slevin.]

 

:188 [Engine No. 1903. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:189 [Engine No. 1903. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:190 [Engine No. 1904. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:191 [Engine No. 1699. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:192 [Engine No. 1903. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:193 [Engine No. 1904. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:194 [Engine No. 1905. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:195 [Engine No. 1905. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:196 Southern Pacific R.R. No. 1916, 2-8-0, built by Schenectady Locomotive Works in 1899. Taken at Los Angeles, Calif. when the engine was received from the builders. D.L. Joslyn collection. 1934.

 

:197 Central Pacific R.R. No. 1904. Double-header freight train with crew taken in the Sierra Nevada Mountains. From the collection of D.L. Joslyn of Sacramento.

 

:198 [Engine No. 1919. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:199 [Engine No. 1920. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:199a C.P. [i.e. Central Pacific] No. 1933. [Negative.]

 

:200 C.P.R.R. [i.e. Central Pacific Railroad] No. 1958.

 

:201 C.P.R.R. [i.e Central Pacific Railroad] No. 1959.

 

:202 Central Pacific R.R. No. 1958, 4-8-0, built by Schenectady Locomotive Works in 1892. D.L. Joslyn collection. 1934.

 

:202a Central Pacific R.R. No. 1959, 4-8-0, built by Schenectady Loco. Wks. in 1898. Picture shows engine equipped with so-called "Headlight Plow" which was used for a good many years by the Southern Pacific Co. D.L. Joslyn, collection. [Lacking.]

 

:203 Southern Pacific R.R. No. 1982, 4-8-0, built by Schenectady Loco. Wks. in 1883. Photo by Mr. Frank Russel about 1899. D. L. Joslyn, collection

 

:204 Central Pacific R.R. No. 1993, 4-8-0, built by Schenectady Loco. Wks. in 1892. Taken near Colfax, Calif. D.L. Joslyn, collection. [Lacking.]

 

:205 [Engine No. 1982. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:206 [Engine No. 1986. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:207 Central Pacific R.R. No. 1987, 4-8-0, built by Schenectady Locomotive Works. Photo taken at Colfax, Cal. in 1890 with freight train and No. 2005 as helper engine. D.L. Joslyn, collection. 1935.

 

:208 [Engine No. 1999. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:209 [Engine No. 1999. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

Volume 88: Central Pacific Railroad -- Southern Pacific Railroad -- 1891 to date -- Engines 2000-2399

 

:1 S.P.R.R. [i.e. Southern Pacific Railroad] No. 2000.

 

:2 [Engine No. 2000. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:3 [Engine No. 2000. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:4 [Engine No. 2001. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:5 [Engine No. 2001. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:6 [Engine No. 2003. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:7 [Southern Pacific Railroad engine No.] 2000. Later 2948. Broken up 10-19-35. Cylinders -- H.P. 20 x 26; L.P. 30 x 26. Drivers 51. Weight 141000.

 

:8 [Engine No. 2001. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:9 [Engine No. 2001. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:10 Central Pacific R.R. No. 2001, 4-6-0, built by McKay & Aldus in 1868. Taken in 1928 at Portland, Oregon while the engine was still in service but is now scrapped. No.68 Peoquop. D.L. Joslyn collection.

 

:11 Central Pacific R.R. No. 2003, 4-6-0, built by McKay & Aldus in 1868 and later rebuilt by C.P.R.R. in Feb. 1884. Originally C.P.R.R. No. 70, the Saturn, and after being rebuilt it was the C.P.R.R. 1538 in 1891 and No. 2003 in 1901. Copied from an old blueprint by D. L. Joslyn of Sacramento, Calif.

 

:12 Central Pacific R.R. No. 2004, 4-6-0, built by Cooke Loco. Wks. in 1876. Cylinder 18" x 24". Photo taken by Engineers Office at Sparks, Nev. [i.e. Nevada] in 1927. D.L. Joslyn, collection.

 

:13 Central Pacific R.R. No. 2006, 4-6-0, built by Cooke Locomotive Works in 1876. Class: T-18 T 57-18x24- 72 80550 93200. Photo taken at Sparks, Nev. [i.e. Nevada], shops in 1926 by the Engineer's Office. D.L. Joslyn, collection.

 

:14 [Engine No. 2004. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:15 [Engine No. 2005. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:16 [Engine No. 2006. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:17 [Engine No. 2007. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:18 [Engine No. 2008. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:19 [Engine No. 2006. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:20 [Engine No. 2007. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:21 [Engine No. 2010. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:22 [Engine No. 2010. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:23 Central Pacific R.R. No. 2011, 4-8-0, built by Schenectady Loco. Wks. in 1892. Photo shows engine as it first came from the builders and just after being placed in service. It is now renumbered 2912. Class: TW-1 TW 54-22x26-147 152,570 175000. D.L. Joslyn, coll.

 

:24 Central Pacific R.R. No. 2015, 4-8-0, built by Schenectady Locomotive Works about 1892. Made from an old blue print by D.L. Joslyn. D.L. Joslyn collection, 1933.

 

:25 [Engine No. 2013. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:26 [Engine No. 2013. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:27 C.P. [i.e. Central Pacific] 2014. Schenectady [builder] 1891. Re-numbered 2904. Still on roll -- 1938.

 

:28 [Engine No. 2014. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:29 [Engine No. 2014. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:30 [Engine No. 2012. Southern Pacific Railroad.] [From collection of Marvin Maynard.]

 

:31 [Engine No. 2017. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:32 [Engine No. 2011. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:33 [Engine No. 2019. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:34 [Engine No. 2020. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:35 [Engine No. 2023. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:36 [Engine No. 2023. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:37 Central Pacific R.R. No. 2013, 4-6-0, built by Schenectady Loco. Wks. in 18716. Taken at the time it was used on the Oakland-Sacramento Way-Freight. D.L. Joslyn, collection.

 

:38 Central Pacific R.R. No. 2020, 4-6-0, built by Schenectady Loco. Wks. in 1868. Photo taken at Oakland California when the engine was used on the Berkeley local service prior to 1912. D.L. Joslyn, collection.

 

:39 [Engine No. 2025. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:40 [Engine No. 2037. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:41 [Engine No. 2026. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:42 [Engine No. 2027. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:43 [Engine No. 2027. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:44 S.P. [i.e. Southern Pacific] 2027 at Los Angeles.

 

:45 Southern Pacific R.R. No. 2027, 4-8-0, built by Schenectady Loco. Wks. in 1892. Taken at Los Angeles. D.L. Joslyn collection, 1934.

 

:46 Santa Barbara, 1907. [Engine No. 2039. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:47 Central Pacific R.R. No. 2030, 4-6-0, built by Schenectady Loco. Wks. in 1876. Taken at Sacramento, Calif. D.L. Joslyn collection, 1934.

 

:48 [Engine No. 2028. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:49 Central Pacific R.R. No. 2031, 4-6-0, built by Schenectady Locomotive Works in 1876. D.L. Joslyn, collection.

 

:50 Central Pacific R.R. No. 2032, 4-6-0, built by Schenectady Locomotive Works in 1876. D.L. Joslyn collection, 1934.

 

:51 Southern Pacific R.R. No. 2076, 4-6-0, built by Schenectady Loco. Wks. in 1883. One of the Berkeley Local engines and had sloping tenders so that the engineer could see the track clearly when the engines ran backwards. Taken at West Oakland about 1906. D.L. Joslyn photo.

 

:52 [Southern Pacific engine No.] 2032. [Built] by Schenectady 187[?]. Cylinders -- 18 x 57. Drivers 57. Weight 79,000 lbs.

 

:53 [Engine No. 2032. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:54 [Engine No. 2032. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:55 [Engine No. 2033. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:56 [Engine No. 2033. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:57 [Engine No. 2034. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:58 [Engine No. 2035. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:59 Central Pacific R.R. No. 2034, 4-6- 0, built by Schenectady Loco. Wks. in 1876. This photograph was taken at the corner of the 13th and Webster Streets in Oakland, Calif. about 1904 when the Southern Pacific ran steam trains on all its local service. This branch was one whose terminal was the Alameda Mole and ran to this station. (14th & Franklin Sts.) W. S. Keefe, collection. 1934.

 

:60 S.P. [i.e. Southern Pacific] 2039.

 

:61 [Engine No. 2033. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:62 [Southern Pacific No.2034] 13th & Webster Sts., Oakland.

 

:63 [Engine No. 2036. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:64 [Engine No. 2037. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:65 [Engine No. 2037. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:66 [Engine No. 2037. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:67 S.P.R.R. [i.e. Southern Pacific Railroad]. [Engine No. 2042.]

 

:68 S.P.R.R. [i.e. Southern Pacific Railroad]. [Engine No. 2046.]

 

:69 S.P. 2049 at San Pedro. March 1903. Schenectady 1881. First No. S.P. 111. Second No. S.P. 1614. Last No. S.P. 2049. Sold by S.P. 8-19-07.

 

:70 [Engine No. 2050. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:71 [Engine No. 2053. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:72 [Southern Pacific engine No.] 2053 at L.A. [i.e. Los Angeles]. Year not known.

 

:73 [Engine No. 2052. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:74 [Engine No. 2056. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:75 [Engine No. 2056. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:76 [Engine No. 2056. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:77 [Engine No. 2058. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:78 S.P. 2059 at Redding, Calif. 1901- Built by Schenectady 1881. 1st No. S.P. 132. 2nd No. S.P. 1624. 3rd No. S.P. 2059. Broken up 9-10-07.

 

:79 [Engine No. 2060. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:80 [Engine No. 2067. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:81 [Engine No. 2067. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:82 [Engine No. 2068. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:83 [Engine No. 2070. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:84 [Engine No. 2070. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:85 [Engine No. 2070. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:86 [Engine No. 2071. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:87 [Engine No. 2074. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:88 [Engine No. 2074. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:89 [Engine No. 2075. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:90 [Engine No. 2075. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:91 [Engine No. 2076. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:92 [Engine No. 2076. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:93 [Engine No. 2077. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:94 [Engine No. 2080. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:95 [Engine No. 2081. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:96 Hazer 1906-07. [Engine No. 2083. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:97 [Engine No. 2082. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:98 [Southern Pacific engine No.] 2081 at Bakersfield. Year not known.

 

:99 [Engine No. 2082. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:100 [Engine No. 2084. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:101 Railroad Day, Goldfield, 1905. [Engine No. 2083. Southern Pacific Railroad.] [Photograph by A. Allen Pioneer Studio.]

 

:102 Schenectady [year built illegible]. [Illegible] ... on the locomotive in 1903. You will note that the tank is short for the frame. The tank was all rusted out, so we took the frame, repaired it and applied the tank from some 1200 Class engine that was being scrapped. It was shorter and narrower. [Engine No. 2086. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:103 [Engine No. 2086. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:104 [Engine No. 2088. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:105 [Engine No. 2089. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:106 [Engine No. 2088. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:107 [Engine No. 2091. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:108 [Engine No. 2091. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:109 [Engine No. 2092. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:110 [Engine No. 2098. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:111 [Engine No. 2095. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:112 Rogers [builder] 1881. [Engine No. 2096. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:113 [Engine No. 2097. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:114 [Engine No. 2099. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:115 Central Pacific R.R. No. 2099, 4-6-0, built by Rogers Loco. Wks. in 1881.

 

:116 [Engine No. 2098. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:117 [Engine No. 2098. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:118 [Engine No. 2099. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:119 [Engine No. 2099. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:120 S.P. 2103 at Tempe, Ar. [i.e. Arizona]. From collection of D.L. Joslyn.

 

:121 [Engine No. 2105. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:122 [Engine No. 2106. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:123 [Engine No. 2105. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:124 [Engine No. 2105. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:125 [Engine No. 2106. Southern Pacific Railroad.] [Post card.]

 

:126 [Engine No. 2108. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:127 [Engine No. 2111. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:128 [Engine No. 2112. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:129 [Engine No. 2112. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:130 [Engine No. 2114. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:131 [Engine No. 2117. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:132 [Engine No. 2117. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:133 Southern Pacific R.R. No. 2112, 4-6-0, built by Rogers Loco. Wks. in 1881. Taken at Sacramento, Calif. in 1906 when it was up for sale and was later sold to the San Diego & Arizona R.R. and became S.D. & A. R.R. No.11. D. L. Joslyn, collection.

 

:134 Southern Pacific R.R. No. 2114, 4-6-0, built by Schenectady Loco. Works in 1888. D.L. Joslyn, collection.

 

:135 [Engine No. 2127. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:136 Southern Pacific R.R. No. 2138, 4-6-0, built by Rhode Island Locomotive Works in 1888. Class: T-10 T 57- 18x24-86 100540 112300. Taken in Oregon in 1922. D.L. Joslyn, collection. 1934.

 

:137 [Engine No. 2118. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:138 [Engine No. 2118. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:139 [Engine No. 2119. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:140 [Engine No. 2119. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:141 [Engine No. 2120. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:142 [Engine No. 2123. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:143 [Engine No. 2142. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:144 [Engine No. 2122. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:145 [Engine No. 2122. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:146 [Engine No. 2123. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:147 [Engine No. 2124. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:148 [Engine No. 2124. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:149 [Engine No. 2125. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:150 [Engine No. 2126. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:151 [Engine No. 2126. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:152 [Engine No. 2127. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:153 [Engine No. 2127. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:154 [Engine No. 2128. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:155 [Engine No. 2128. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:156 [Engine No. 2129. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:157 [Engine No. 2120. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:158 [Engine No. 2132. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:159 [Engine No. 2133. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:160 [Engine No. 2133. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:161 [Engine No. 2133. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:162 [Engine No. 2135. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:163 [Engine No. 2136. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:164 [Engine No. 2136. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:165 [Engine No. 2137. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:166 [Engine No. 2138. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:167 [Engine No. 2139. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:168 [Engine No. 2140. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:169 [Engine No. 2142. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:170 [Engine No. 2142. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:171 [Engine No. 2144. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:172 [Engine No. 2144. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:173 [Engine No. 2145. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:174 [Engine No. 2146. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:175 [Engine No. 2147. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:176 [Engine No. 2147. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:177 S.P. [i.e. Southern Pacific] 2141, Timber, Ore. [i.e. Oregon]. Foto collection of D.L. Joslyn.

 

:178 S.P. 2148 -- Near Timber, Ore. From collection of D.L. Joslyn.

 

:179 L.A. [i.e. Los Angeles]. [Engine No. 2149. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:180 [Engine No. 2127. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:181 [Engine No. 2154. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:182 [Engine No. 2155. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:183 [Engine No. 2157. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:184 [Engine No. 2157. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:185 [Engine No. 2157. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:186 [Engine No. 2158. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:187 [Engine No. 2159. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:188 [Engine No. 2160. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:189 [Engine No. 2161. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:190 [Engine No. 2161. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:191 [Engine No. 2162. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:192 [Engine No. 2162. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:193 [Engine No. 2163. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:194 [Engine No. 2163. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:195 [Engine No. 2164. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:196 [Engine No. 2164. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:197 [Engine No. 2166. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:198 [Engine No. 2167. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:199 [Engine No. 2167. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:200 [Engine No. 2168. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:201 Central Pacific R.R. No. 2183, 4-6-0, built by Schenectady Loco. Wks. in 1888. Class: T-8 T 57-18x24-87 94450 106200. Taken on "Lay Up" track at Sacramento. D. L. Joslyn photo, 1935

 

:202 [Engine No. 2148. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:203 Central Pacific R.R. No. 2148, 4-6-0, built by Rhode Island Locomotive Wks. in 1888. Class: T-10 T 57- 18x24-86 100540 112300. On one of the lines in Oregon. D. L. Joslyn, collection, 1934.

 

:204 Southern Pacific R.R. No. 2176, 4-6-0, built by Schenectady Loco. Wks. in 1888. Photo taken at Sacramento by Mr. Joslyn when the engine was used as a fire engine for the Sierra Nevada Mountains snow sheds in 1928. Out of service in 1928. D. L. Joslyn, photo.

 

:205 [Engine No. 2174. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:206 [Engine No. 2174. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:207 S.P. [i.e. Southern Pacific] 2174 at L.A. [i.e. Los Angeles] 1937. Built by Schenectady 1888.

 

:208 [Engine No. 2174. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:209 [Engine No. 2176. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:210 [Engine No. 2176. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:211 [Engine No. 2178. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:212 [Engine No. 2178. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:213 S.P. [i.e. Southern Pacific] 2178 at Stockton. Foto by D.L. Joslyn.

 

:214 [Engine No. 2179. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:215 [Engine No. 2179. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:216 S.P. [i.e. Southern Pacific] 2181 at Sacramento. Foto by D.L. Joslyn.

 

:217 [Engine No. 2170. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:218 [Engine No. 2181. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:219 [Engine No. 2182. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:220 [Engine No. 2184. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:221 [Engine No. 2184. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:222 [Engine No. 2183. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:223 S.P. [i.e. Southern Pacific] 2185. Rhode Island [builder] 1888. Broken up 8-7-35.

 

:224 [Engine No. 2186. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:225 [Engine No. 2187. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:226 [Engine No. 2188. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:227 [Engine No. 2190. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:228 [Engine No. 2190. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:229 [Engine No. 2193. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:230 [Engine No. 2197. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:231 [Engine No. 2194. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:232 Central Pacific R.R. No. 2192, 4-6-0, built by S.P. Co. In 1886. One of the old Stevens locomotives built at Sacramento, Calif. D. L. Joslyn collection. 1934.

 

:233 [Engine No. 2192. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:234 Central Pacific R.R. No. 2195, 4-6-0, built by Southern Pacific Co. In 1887. D.L. Joslyn collection. 1934. Cylinders 18 x 30. Drivers 63. Weight 108400.

 

:235 Central Pacific R.R. No. 2197, 4-6-0, built by S.P. Co. in 1887. D. L. Joslyn, collection. 1935.

 

:236 Central Pacific R.R. No. 2198, 4-6-0, built by S.P. Co. in 1887. Both engines, 2197 and 2198, have Stevens Valve Gear and were built in the Sacramento Shops. D.L. Joslyn, collection. 1935.

 

:237 Central Pacific R.R. No. 2200, 4-6-0, built by S.P. Co. in 1887. Picture taken on the Tillamook, Oregon branch of the Southern Pacific Co.

 

:238 [Engine No. 2208. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:239 [Engine No. 2203. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:240 [Engine No. 2204. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:241 [Engine No. 2206. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:242 [Engine No. 2208. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:243 [Engine No. 2206. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:244 [Engine No. 2208. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:245 [Engine No. 2209. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:246 [Engine No. 2215. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:247 [Engine No. 2215. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:248 [Engine No. 2216. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:249 [Engine No. 2217. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:250 [Engine No. 2217. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:251 [Engine No. 2218. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:252 [Engine No. 2218. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:253 [Engine No. 2218. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:254 [Engine No. 2219. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:255 [Engine No. 2219. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:256 [Engine No. 2220. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:257 [Engine No. 2221. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:258 [Engine No. 2222. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:259 [Engine No. 2233. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:260 [Engine No. 2233. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:261 [Engine No. 2230. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:262 [Engine No. 2230. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:263 [Engine No. 2230. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:264 [Engine No. 2231. Southern Pacific Railroad.] [Post card.]

 

:265 [Engine No. 2233. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:266 [Engine No. 2234. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:267 [Engine No. 2237. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:268 Watsonville Junction, 7-3-1933. [Engine No. 2238. Southern Pacific Railroad.] [Post card.]

 

:269 Fire engine 2242. Taken at Sacramento Tuesday Jan. 6-1936. Cooke 1895. Cylinders 20 x 26; Drivers 63; Weight 142350.

 

:270 Fire engine from Blue Canyon in for annual inspection. Feb. 1934. When this was taken, the fog was just clearing up.

 

:271 S.P. [i.e. Southern Pacific] 2247. [Built by] Cooke, August 1896; Class T-1. This was a fire engine and the fire equipment was removed as the engine is to go to Yuma or Niland as a steam boiler for the round house.

 

:272 [Engine No. 2244. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:273 [Engine No. 2244. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:274 [Engine No. 2248. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:275 [Engine No. 2248. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:276 [Engine No. 2250. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:277 [Engine No. 2250. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:278 [Engine No. 2250. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:279 [Engine No. 2252. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:280 [Engine No. 2242. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:281 [Engine No. 2252. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:282 Central Pacific R.R. No. 2221, 4-6-0, built by Cooke Locomotive Works in 1895. Taken at Oakland Calif. when the engine was in general passenger service. D.L. Joslyn, collection.

 

:283 Southern Pacific R.R. No. 2282, 4-6- 0, built by Baldwin Locomotive Works in 1906. Originally built for the Ferra Corril [i.e Ferrocarril] de Sonora R.R. of Mexico but was taken over by the S.P. Co. in 1902 or 1903. This is the only engine the S.P. had with a Wooten [or Wooden?] fire box and the cab on top of the boiler. Since rebuilt as an ordinary type engine. D.L. Joslyn, collection.

 

:284 This shows one of the 100 odd locos. on the "Bone Yard" track at Sacramento. Rusting away to join its kindred dust.

 

:285 [Engine No. 2252. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:286 [Engine No. 2252. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:287 S.P. [i.e. Southern Pacific] 2252, Vallejo Cal. [April 16, 1950.] [From collection of Eduard L. Mundt.]

 

:288 [Engine No. 2254. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:289 S.P.R.R. [i.e. Southern Pacific Railroad] 2257. Schen. [i.e. Schenectady, builder] 1896. Broken up 4/28/28.

 

:290 [Engine No. 2259. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:291 [Engine No. 2259. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:292 [Engine No. 2260. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:293 [Engine No. 2262. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:294 [Engine No. 2267. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:295 [Engine No. 2267. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:296 [Engine No. 2267. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:297 [Engine No. 2268. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:298 [Engine No. 2268. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:299 [Engine No. 2271. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:300 [Engine No. 2274. Southern Pacific Railroad.] [Photograph by Thomas T. Taber.]

 

:301 [Engine No. 2277. Southern Pacific Railroad.] Copy photo. Original taken at Lordsbury, N.M. [i.e. New Mexico].

 

:302 [Engine No. 2276. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:303 [Engine No. 2276. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:304 S.P. [i.e. Southern Pacific] 2277; [built by] Cooke, 1901. Broken up 9-5-34.

 

:305 [Engine No. 2278. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:306 [Engine No. 2278. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:307 [Engine No. 2279. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:308 [Southern Pacific engine No.] 2279 at Sacramento, 19...[surface torn].

 

:309 Southern Pacific R.R. No. 2279, 4-6-0, built by Cooke Locomotive Works in 1901. Class: T-25 T 69-20x28- 134 153399 173000. Taken at Sacramento, Calif. D.L. Joslyn collection, 1934. [Verso: S.P. 2279 -- River Station, Los Angeles.]

 

:310 [Engine No. 2287. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:311 [Engine No. 2281. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:312 [Engine No. 2282. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:313 [Engine No. 2282. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:314 [Engine No. 2283. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:315 [Engine No. 2283. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:316 Engr. Bowsher. Frm. Ryan. Engr. Bybee. San Luis Obispo, 1904. [Engine No.2285. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:317 [Engine No. 2285. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:318 [Engine No. 2285. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:319 [Engine No. 2285. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:320 Pacific Grove 10/10/1920. [Engine No. 2287. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:321 [Engine No. 2288. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:322 [Engine No. 2288. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:323 [Engine No. 2289. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:324 [Engine No. 2289. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:325 [Engine No. 2289. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:326 [Engine No. 2292. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:327 [Engine No. 2293. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:328 [Engine No. 2291. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:329 [Engine No. 2295. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:330 [Engine No. 2295. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:331 [Southern Pacific engine No.] 2296 -- just ...[surface torn]... trip after being set up when received from Baldwin in April 1902. This engine was later rebuilt from compound to simple.

 

:332 [Southern Pacific No.2296]

 

:333 [Southern Pacific No.2296]

 

:334 [Southern Pacific No.2297]

 

:335 [Southern Pacific No.2297]

 

:336 [Southern Pacific No.2298]

 

:337 S.P. [No.] 2299 on ferry Solano, about 1925 or 1926

 

:338 [Southern Pacific] 2299. Expired 6-23-35. Cylinders H.P. 15½x 28; L.P. 26 x 28; Drivers 69"; Weight on drivers 14200; Weight Total 183350; Original taken 1902. Built by Baldwin 1902.

 

:339 [Engine No. 2999. Southern Pacific Railroad.] [Built by] Baldwin, 1902; Cylinders High Pressure 15½" x 28"; Low Pressure 26" x 28"; Drivers - 69" dia.; weight on drivers 142000 lbs.; total weight of engine 183350 lbs. Tractive effort 26720 lbs.

 

:340 S.P. [i.e. Southern Pacific] 2299 at Los Angeles. From collection of D. L. Joslyn.

 

:341 [Engine No. 2300. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:342 [Engine No. 2300. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:343 S.P. [i.e. Southern Pacific] No. 2301. Folsom, Nov. 10, 1941.

 

:344 S.P. [i.e. Southern Pacific] No. 2301. Folsom, Nov. 10, 1941.

 

:345 [Engine No. 2303. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:346 [Engine No. 2303. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:347 [Southern Pacific No.2303]

 

:348 [Engine No. 2304. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:349 Southern Pacific R.R. No. 2304, 4-6-0, built by Baldwin Locomotive Works in 1903. Class: T-23 T 63- 21x28-148S 171500 191500. D.L. Joslyn, Photo 1934.

 

:350 Central Pacific R.R. No. 2306, 4-6-0, built by Baldwin Loco. Wks. in 1903. Class: T-23 T 63-21x28-148S 171500 191500. Taken at roundhouse in Sacramento, Calif. in 1928. D.L. Joslyn, photo. 1934.

 

:351 Southern Pacific R.R. No. 2318, 4-6-0, built by Baldwin Loco. Wks. in 1907. Class: T-28 T 63-22x28-162S 182880 208000. Taken at Sacramento, Calif. D.L. Joslyn.

 

:352 [Southern Pacific engine No.] 2315. Taken at Sacramento, Thursday, Nov. 21 [?], 1935. [Built by] Baldwin, 1907. Cylinders 22 x 28; drivers 63; weight 208000.

 

:353 [Engine No. 2305. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:354 [Engine No. 2307. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:355 [Engine No. 2308. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:356 [Engine No. 2309. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:357 [Engine No. 2310. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:358 [Southern Pacific engine No.] 2310. Left side angle. Rebuilt.

 

:359 [Engine No. 2311. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:360 [Engine No. 2312. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:361 [Engine No. 2313. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:362 [Engine No. 2313. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:363 [Engine No. 2313. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:364 [Engine No. 2314. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:365 [Engine No. 2315. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:366 [Engine No. 2316. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:367 [Engine No. 2317. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:368 [Engine No. 2315. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:369 [Engine No. 2315. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:370 [Engine No. 2319. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:371 [Engine No. 2320. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:372 [Engine No. 2321. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:373 [Engine No. 2322. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:374 [Engine No. 2323. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:375 [Engine No. 2324. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:376 [Engine No. 2346. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:377 [Engine No. 2326. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:378 [Engine No. 2328. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:379 [Engine No. 2329. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:380 [Engine No. 2333. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:381 [Southern Pacific engine No.] 2323 in yards at Sacramento, waiting for a job.

 

:382 [Engine No. 2330. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:383 [Engine No. 2333. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:384 [Engine No. 2336. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:385 [Engine No. 2336. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:386 [Southern Pacific engine No.] 2339 at Roseville, Sunday, October 20-1935. [Built by] American 1908; Cylinders 22 x 28; Drivers 63; Weight 20800 lbs.

 

:387 [Engine No. 2335. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:388 [Engine No. 2345. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:389 [Engine No. 2339. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:390 [Engine No. 2342. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:391 [Engine No. 2348. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:392 [Engine No. 2354. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:393 [Engine No. 2351. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:394 [Engine No. 2362. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:395 [Engine No. 2362. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:396 On the S.P. Main Line North Bound. [Engine No. 2363. Southern Pacific Railroad.] [Post card.]

 

:397 [Engine No. 2364. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:398 [Engine No. 2366. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:399 [Engine No. 2362. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:400 [Engine No. 2368. Southern Pacific Railroad.] Taken at San Francisco, Nov. 29-1935. [Built by] American 1913; Cylinders 23 x 28; Drivers 69; Weight 218500.

 

:401 [Engine No. 2368. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:402 [Engine No. 2368. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:403 [Engine No. 2371. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:404 [Engine No. 2369. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:405 [Southern Pacific engine No.] 2371, Sacramento 1917.

 

:406 [Engine No. 2372. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:407 S.P. [No.] 2374, at San Luis Obispo, about 1925.

 

:408 [S.P. No.] 2374, taken at S.F. [i.e. San Francisco] Friday Nov. 29, 1935. S.P. Co. 1918 - at Sacramento. Cylinders 23 x 28; Drivers 69; Weight 218500.

 

:409 The Los Gatos "Streamliner." Los Gatos, Calif. [Engine No. 2374. Southern Pacific Railroad.] [Post card.] [Duplicate of 88:422.]

 

:410 [Engine No. 2373. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:411 [Engine No. 2378. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:412 [Engine No. 2378. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:413 [Engine No. 2378. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:414 [Engine No. 2379. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:415 [Engine No. 2379. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:416 [Engine No. 2378. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:417 2383, at Tracy, Feb. 1936. S.P. [i.e. Southern Pacific] Co. 1920. Cylinders 23 x 28; Drivers 69; Weight 242500.

 

:418 [Engine No. 2381. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:419 [Engine No. 2385. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:420 [Engine No. 2386. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:420a S.P. [i.e. Southern Pacific] 2386. Paso Robles, 9-1928.

 

:421 [Engine No. 2381. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:422 The Los Gatos Streamliner, Los Gatos California, 194. [Engine No. 2374. Southern Pacific Railroad.] [Post card.] [Duplicate of 88:409.]

 

:423 [Engine No. 2381. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

Volume 89: Central Pacific Railroad -- Southern Pacific Railroad -- Engines 2400-2999

 

:1 [Engine No. 2400. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:2 [Engine No. 2400. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:3 [Engine No. 2402. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:4 Central Pacific R.R. No. 2400, 4-6-2, built by American Locomotive Company in 1904. Class: P-1 P77 22x28-163/B54 229000 255600. D.L. Joslyn collection. 1934.

 

:5 Southern Pacific R.R. No. 2422, 4-6-2, built by Baldwin Loco. Wks. in 1907. Class: P-4 P-77-23-155/28- B58 SF 138000 265100. Photo taken just after rebuilt at Sacramento, Calif., by the S.P. Co. D.L. Joslyn, photo.

 

:6 Southern Pacific R.R. No. 2429, 4-6-2, built by Baldwin Locomotive Works in 1911. Class: P-3 P 77- 22x28-141S 195600 222000. Taken at Mission Bay Roundhouse, San Francisco, Calif., Nov. 30, 1934 by D.L. Joslyn.

 

:7 Southern Pacific R.R. No. 2455, 4-6-2, built by American Loco. Co. in 1913. Class: P-6 P 77-25x28-172SF 241030 234200. Photo taken at Sacramento, Calif. in 1934 by D. L. Joslyn.

 

:8 [Engine No. 2404. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:9 [Engine No. 2404. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:10 [Engine No. 2405. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:11 [Engine No. 2406. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:12 [Engine No. 2406. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:13 [Engine No. 2408. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:14 [Southern Pacific engine No.] 2410 at Sacramento Tuesday Jan. 6, 1936. [Built by] Baldwin 1906. Cylinders 23 x 28; Drivers 77; Weight 265100.

 

:15 [Engine No. 2410. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:16 [Engine No. 2411. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:17 [Engine No. 2412. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:18 [Engine No. 2413. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:19 [Engine No. 2414. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:20 [Engine No. 2416. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:21 [Engine No. 2413. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:22 [Engine No. 2413. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:23 [Southern Pacific engine No.] 2418. [Built by] Baldwin, 1906. Cylinders 22 x 28; Drivers 77; Weight 222000.

 

:24 Engine 2435, air pump lowered. [Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:25 [Engine No. 2421. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:26 [Engine No. 2422. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:27 [Engine No. 2426. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:28 [Engine No. 2431. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:29 [Engine No. 2432. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:30 [Engine No. 2432. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:31 [Engine No. 2432. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:31a [Negative.]

 

:32 [Engine No. 2438. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:33 [Engine No. 2441. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:34 [Engine No. 2443. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:35 [Engine No. 2447. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:36 [Engine No. 2445. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:37 [Engine No. 2447. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:38 [Engine No. 2448. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:39 [Engine No. 2448. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:40 [Engine No. 2450. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:41 [Engine No. 2444. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:42 [Engine No. 2454. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:43 [Engine No. 2453. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:44 [Engine No. 2453. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:45 [Engine No. 2453. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:46 Showing location of running board and air pumps. Before being changed. As shown on Photo No.1138. Engine Class P-6. [Engine No. 2454. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:47 [Engine No. 2454. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:48 [Engine No. 2454. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:49 Southern Pacific Lines (O. & C.) No. 2460, 4-6-2, built by S.P. Co. In 1918. Class: P-3 P-77-22x28-150S 207800 234299. Photo taken at Sacramento by D. L. Joslyn, May 1935.

 

:50 [Engine No. 2456. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:51 [Engine No. 2456. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:52 [Engine No. 2457. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:53 [Engine No. 2458. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:54 [Engine No. 2459. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:55 [Engine No. 2458. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:56 Taken by G. M. Best at Los Angeles, Sunday Nov.-10-1935. [Built by] Baldwin 1921; Cylinders 25 x 30; Drivers 73; Weight 300000. [Engine No. 2464. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:57 [Engine No. 2465. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:58 [Engine No. 2465. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:59 [Engine No. 2465. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:60 [Southern Pacific engine No.] 2469, Los Angeles 11-21-35, Thursday. [Built by] Baldwin, 1921. Cylinders 25 x 30; Drivers 73; Weight 300000.

 

:61 [S.P. No.] 2471. Taken by G. M. Best, Los Angeles, Thursday, Nov. 26-1935. [Built by] Baldwin 1921. Cylinders 25 x 30; Drivers 73; Weight 300000.

 

:62 [Engine No. 2466. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:63 [Engine No. 2473. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:64 [Engine No. 2481. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:65 [Engine No. 2471. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:66 [Engine No. 2479. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:67 [Engine No. 2484. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:68 Southern Pacific R.R. No. 2482, 4-6-2, built by Baldwin Loco. Wks. in 1923. Class: P-8 P 73-25x30-181sf 267500 300000. Taken by D.L. Joslyn at San Francisco in 1932.

 

:69 [Engine No. 2482. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:70 [Engine No. 2486. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:71 [Engine No. 2484. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:72 [Engine No. 2486. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:73 [Engine No. 2486. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:74 [Engine No. 2488. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:74a [Negative.]

 

:75 [Engine No. 2488. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:76 [Engine No. 2490. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:77 [Engine No. 2491. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:78 [Engine No. 2491. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:79 [Engine No. 2500. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:80 [Engine No. 2501. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:81 [Engine No. 2501. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:82 [Engine No. 2503. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:83 [Engine No. 2503. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:84 [Engine No. 2504. Southern Pacific Railroad.] [Photograph by Thomas T. Taber.] [Post card.]

 

:85 Central Pacific R.R. No. 2502, 2-8-0, built by American Locomotive Co. in 1904. Class: C-11 C 51-22x26- 152 147200 170000. This engine was formerly one of several from the Butte County R.R. from Chico to Sterling City and was owned by the Diamond Match Co. Taken at Sacramento in [193?] D.L. Joslyn, photo.

 

:86 Central Pacific R.R. No. 2053, 2-8-0, built by Baldwin Locomotive Works in 1902. Class: C-12 C 50- 20x28-164 157000 180000. This engine was formerly Butte County R.R. No. 1 Taken at Roseville, Calif. in 1932. D.L. Joslyn, collection.

 

:87 Southern Pacific R.R. No. 2512, 2-8-0, built by S.P. Co. in 1888. Taken at Ashland, Oregon. The S.P. Co. has now a new 2512. D.L. Joslyn, collection.

 

:88 [Engine No. 2505. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:89 S.P. [i.e. Southern Pacific] 2nd 2505. 2-8-0 Ex E.P. & N.E. 52, and E.P & S.W. 181. [Built by] Baldwin, 1900. (17397.) Still in service. Class: C-15; 50 21/26 126000-141000; steam 160. T.F. 31190. [From collection of W.A. Silverthorn.]

 

:90 [Southern Pacific engine No.] 2506 at El Paso. [Built by] Baldwin, 1900.

 

:91 [Engine No. 2506. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:92 S.P. [i.e. Southern Pacific] 2nd 2507, 2-8-0. Ex E.P. & N.E. 54, & E.P. & S.W. 189. [Built by] Baldwin 1900 (17443) Still in service. Class: C-15 50 21/26 1126000-141000. Steam 160. T. F. 31190. T.F. 31190. W.A. Silverthorn.

 

:93 [Engine No. 2507. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:94 [Engine No. 2507. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:95 [Engine No. 2507. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:96 [Engine No. 2508. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:97 [Engine No. 2511. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:98 [Engine No. 2512. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:99 [Engine No. 2514. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:100 [Engine No. 2513. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:101 [Engine No. 2515. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:102 [Engine No. 2517. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:103 S.P. [i.e. Southern Pacific] 2518 at Roseville, Sunday August 20, 1939.

 

:104 [Southern Pacific engine No.] 2516 in the yards at Sacramento is serviceable but out of service due to lack of work.

 

:105 [Engine No. 2523. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:106 Central Pacific R.R. No. 2525, 2-8-0, built by Baldwin Locomotive Works in 1907. Class: C-9 C 57-22x30- 194S 192170 172800. Taken at Oakdale, Cal. July 1934 by D. L. Joslyn

 

:107 S.P. [i.e. Southern Pacific] No. 2535 2-8-0. Tiburon, Cal. 7-7-39. [From collection of Eduard L. Mundt.]

 

:108 [Engine No. 2533. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:109 [Engine No. 2525. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:110 [Engine No. 2527. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:111 [Engine No. 2530. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:112 [Engine No. 2531. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:113 [Engine No. 2532. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:114 [Engine No. 2548. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:115 [Engine No. 2549. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:116 [Engine No. 2550. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:117 [Engine No. 2549. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:118 [Engine No. 2554. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:119 [Engine No. 2554. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:120 [Engine No. 2554. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:121 [Engine No. 2558. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:122 [Engine No. 2558. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:123 [Engine No. 2567. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:124 [Engine No. 2570. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:125 [Engine No. 2574. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:126 [Engine No. 2579. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:127 [Engine No. 2582. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:128 [Engine No. 2583. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:129 [Engine No. 2588. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:130 [Engine No. 2590. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:131 [Engine No. 2591. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:132 [Engine No. 2595. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:133 [Engine No. 2593. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:134 [Engine No. 2599. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:135 [Engine No. 2599. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:136 [Engine No. 2600. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:137 [Engine No. 2608. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:138 [Engine No. 2608. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:139 [Engine No. 2609. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:140 [Engine No. 2611. Southern Pacific Railroad.] [Photograph by Thomas T. Taber.] [Post card.]

 

:141 [Engine No. 2612. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:142 [Engine No. 2613. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:143 [Engine No. 2613. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:144 [Engine No. 2613. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:145 [Engines No. 1 and 2613. Southern Pacific Railroad..]

 

:146 Central Pacific R.R. No. 2612, 2-8-0, built by Schenectady Loco. Wks. in 1901. Class: C-4 C 57-22x34-183S 184400 210200. Taken by Mr. Frank Russel in 1901 when the engine first came to Sacramento. D.L. Joslyn, collection.

 

:147 [Engine No. 2610. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:148 Central Pacific R.R. (S.P. Lines) No. 2615, 2-8-0, built by Schenectady Locomotive Works in 1901. Photo taken when engine was a cross-over compound but was rebuilt into a simple engine and classed: C-4 C 57-22x34-183S 184400 210200. Photo taken at Rocklin, Cal. about 1903. D.L. Joslyn collection. 1934.

 

:149 Central Pacific R.R. No. 2624, 2-8-0, built by Baldwin Locomotive Works in 1902. Class: C-5 C 57-22x30- 180 173630 201150. One of several Vauclain Compound engines built by Baldwin for the S.P. [i.e. Southern Pacific] Co. Builders . Photo taken in 1902. D. L. Joslyn, collection, 1934.

 

:150 [Engine No. 2625. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:151 [Engine No. 2613. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:152 [Engine No. 2632. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:153 [Engine No. 2612. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:154 [Engine No. 2622. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:155 [Engine No. 2625. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:156 [Engine No. 2626. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:157 [Engine No. 2635. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:158 [Engine No. 2637. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:159 [Engine No. 2646. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:160 [Engine No. 2644. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:161 [Engine No. 2643. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:162 [Engine No. 2645. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:163 [Unidentified engine. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:164 [Engine No. 2651. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:165 [Engine No. 2652. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:166 [Engine No. 2653. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:167 [Engine No. 2655. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:168 [Engine No. 2654. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:169 [Engine No. 2658. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:170 [Engine No. 2659. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:171 [Engine No. 2660. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:172 [Engine No. 2660. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:173 [Engine No. 2667. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:174 [Engine No. 2669. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:175 [Engine No. 2670. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:176 [Engine No. 2673. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:177 [Engine No. 2678. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:178 [Engine No. 2680. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:179 [Engine No. 2683. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:180 [Engine No. 2685. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:181 [Engine No. 2687. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:182 [Engine No. 2690. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:183 [Engine No. 2691. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:184 [Engine No. 2690. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:185 [Number not used]

 

:186 [Engine No. 2693. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:187 [Engine No. 2693. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:188 [Engine No. 2702. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:189 [Engine No. 2702. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:190 [Engine No. 2718. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:191 [Engine No. 2708. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:192 [Engine No. 2708. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:193 [Engine No. 2715. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:194 [Engine No. 2714. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:195 Central Pacific R.R. (S.P. Lines) No. 2705, 2-8-0, built by Baldwin L.W. in 1904. Class: C-8 C 57-22x30- 192S 191100 216700. At Sacramento, Cal. Used over the Sierra Nevada Mountains. D.L. Joslyn photo, 1935.

 

:196 Southern Pacific R.R. No. 2708, 2-8-0, built by Baldwin Locomotive Wks. in 1904. Class: C-8 C 57-22x30- 192S 19100 216700. Taken by R.D. Graves at Santa Cruz, Calif. May 1934.

 

:197 Southern Pacific R.R. No. 2720, 2-8-0, built by Baldwin Locomotive Works in 1904. Class: C-8 C 57- 22x30-192S 19100 216700. This engine is now No. 104 on the San Diego & Arizona R.R. D.L. Joslyn collection. 1934.

 

198: [Engine No. 2719. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:199 Built by Baldwin, 1904. C-8. [Engine No. 2715. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:200 [Engine No. 2723. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:201 [Engine No. 2736. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:202 [Engine No. 2730. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:203 [Engine No. 2738. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:204 [Unidentified train and view of train yard.]

 

:205 [Engine No. 2743. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:206 Southern Pacific R.R. No. 2743, 2-8-0, built by Baldwin Locomotive Works in 1904. Class: C-8 C 57- 22x30-192S 191100 216700. Photo taken at Pacific Grove, Cal. Nov. 25, 1934 by L.S. Slevin of Carmel, Cal.

 

:207 Panoramic Views of Reno Nev. [i.e. Nevada] Commercial Row and Limited Bound West. [Engine No. 2741. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:208 Southern Pacific R.R. (S.P. Lines) No. 2745, 2-8-0, built by Baldwin L.W. in 1904. Class: C-8 C 57-22x30- 192S 191100 216700. At Sacramento, Cal. D.L. Joslyn collection, 1935.

 

:209 [Engine No. 2744. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:210 [Engine No. 2756. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:211 [Engine No. 2751. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:212 [Engine No. 2758. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:213 [Engine No. 2762. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:214 [Engine No. 2772. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:215 [Engine No. 2774. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:216 [Engine No. 2781. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:217 [Engine No. 2781. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:218 [Engine No. 2778. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:219  [Engine No. 2780. Southern Pacific Railroad.] [Photograph by West Union Photo Company.]

 

:220 [Engine No. 2786. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:221 [S.P. No.] 2785 Sacramento, Wednesday Nov. 27 -- 1935. [Built by] Baldwin 1905. Cylinders 22 x 30, Drivers 57, Weight 225600.

 

:222 Southern Pacific R.R. (S.P. Lines) No. 2785, 2-8-0, built by Baldwin L.W. in 1904. Class: C-9 C 57-22x30- 194S 192170 217800. D.L. Joslyn photo, 1935.

 

:223 [Engine No. 2781. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:224 [Engine No. 2791. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:225 [Engine No. 2792. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:226 [Engine No. 2793. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:227 [Engine No. 2793. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:228 [Engine No. 2788. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:229 [Engine No. 2799. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:230 [Engine No. 2796. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:231 [Engine No. 2798. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:232 [Engine No. 2789. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:233 [Engine No. 2798. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:234 [Engine No. 2799. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:235 [Engine No. 2800. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:236 [Engine No. 2800. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:237 [Engine No. 2802. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:238 [Engine No. 2801. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:239 [Engine No. 2802. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:240 [Engine No. 2802. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:241 [Engine No. 2802. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:242 [Engine No. 2803. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:243 [Engine No. 2804. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:244 [Engine No. 2805. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:245 [Engine No. 2805. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:246 [Engine No. 2806. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:247 [Engine No. 2808. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:248 [Engine No. 2809. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:249 [Engine No. 2808. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:250 [Engine No. 2810. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:251 Southern Pacific R.R. No. 2812, 2-8-0, built by Baldwin Loco. Wks. in 1907. Classification: C-9 C 57- 22x30-194S 192170 217800. Pulling a train of 75 loads through Antelope in 1930. D.L. Joslyn, photo.

 

:252 [Engine No. 2815. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:253 [Engine No. 2819. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:254 [Engine No. 2819. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:255 [Engine No. 2819. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:256 [Engine No. 2830. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:257 [Engine No. 2831. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:258 [Engine No. 2834. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:259 [Engine No. 2837. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:260 [Engine No. 2836. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:261 Central Pacific R.R. (S.P. Lines) No. 2839, 2-8-0, built by S.P. Co. in 1917. Class: C-10 C 57-22x30-194S 192170 217800. D.L. Joslyn collection, 1935.

 

:262 Central Pacific R. R. (S.P. Lines) No. 2841, 2-8-0, built by S.P. CO. in 1918 at Sacramento, California. Class: C-10 57-22x30-194S 192170 217800. D.L. Joslyn collection, 1935.

 

:263 Loco. No. 2841 built at Sacramento, Jan. 5, 1918.

 

:264 [Engine No. 2840. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:265 [Engine No. 2842. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:266 [Engine No. 2840. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:267 [Engine No. 2847. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:268 [Engine No. 2844. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:269 [Engine No. 2845. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:270 [Engine No. 2847. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:271 [Engine No. 2850. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:272 [Engine No. 2863. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:273 [Engine No. 2863. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:274 [Engine No. 2868. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:275 [Engine No. 2900. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:276 [Engine No. 2909. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:277 [Engine No. 2911. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:278 [Engine No. 2905. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:279 Central Pacific R.R. (S.P. Lines) No. 2905, 4-8-0, built by Schenectady Locomotive Works in 1895. Class: TW-1 TW 54-22x26-147 152570 175000. Allen Photo Service, 1935.

 

:280 [Engine No. 2918. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:281 Southern Pacific Lines No. 2916, 4-8-0, built by Schenectady Locomotive Works in 1898. Class: TW-8 TW 54-21x32-161S 173800 201500. Originally a cross-over compound. Photo taken near Enright, Oregon, on the Tillamook Branch of the S.P. about 1917. D.L. Joslyn, collection, 1935.

 

:282 [Engine No. 2908. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:283 [Engine No. 2911. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:284 [Engine No. 2910. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:285 [Engine No. 2910. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:286 [Engine No. 2912. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:287 [Engine No. 2913. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:288 [Engine No. 2913. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:289 [Engine No. 2913. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:290 [Engine No. 2916. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:291 [Engine No. 2913. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:292 [Engine No. 2913. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:293 [Engine No. 2918. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:294 [Engine No. 2917. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:295 [Engine No. 2916. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:296 Salinas, California, April 1939. [Engine No. 2916. Southern Pacific Railroad.] [From collection of Louis S. Slevin.]

 

:297 [Engine No. 2918. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:298 [Engine No. 2918. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:299 [Engine No. 2922. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:300 [Engine No. 2922. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:301 [Southern Pacific engine No.] 2935. Schenectady, 1894 [?]; Cylinders 20 x 26; Drivers 50; Weight 140800. Taken at L.A. [i.e. Los Angeles] 4-23-36 by G. M. Best.

 

:302 [Engine No. 2923. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:303 [Engine No. 2923. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:304 [Engine No. 2928. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:305 Southern Pacific Co. [No.] 2926 Helper Engine at Timber. Oregon used to help trains over the mountains bet. Portland & Tillamook. [From collection of Archie Gilfillan.]

 

:306 [Engine No. 2929. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:307 [Engine No. 2932. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:308 [Engine No. 2932. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:309 [Engine No. 2933. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:310 [Engine No. 2944. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:311 [Engine No. 2934. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:312 [Engine No. 2937. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:313 Central Pacific R.R. 229; Southern Pacific R.R. No. 2925, 4-8-0, built by Central Pacific R.R. in 1882. Class: TW-7 TW 56-20x30-120 122880 138200. Photo of engine taken in Oregon. D.L. Joslyn, collection.

 

:314 Southern Pacific R.R. No. 2932, 4-8-0, built by Schenectady Loco. Works in 1891. Classification: TW-3 TW 50-20x26-120 126220 140800. Picture taken near Timber, Oregon. D. L. Joslyn, collection.

 

:315 Central Pacific R.R. No. 2940, 4-8-0, built by Schenectady Loco. Wks. in 1892. Class: TW-e TW 50-20x26- 120 127000 140800. Photo taken in Timber, Oregon. Branch of the S.P. CO. about 1911. Shows engine when it was a cross-over compound. D.L. Joslyn, collection, 1934.

 

:316 Central Pacific R.R. No. 2945, 4-8-0, built by Schenectady Locomotive Wks. in 1889. Class: TW-3 TW 50- 20x26-118 126160 141000. D.L. Joslyn, collection, 1935.

 

:317 [Engine No. 2943. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:318 [Engine No. 2944. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:319 [Engine No. 2944. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:320 [Engine No. 2945. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:321 [Engine No. 2945. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:322 [Engine No. 2945. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:323 [Engine No. 2940. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:324 [Engine No. 2945. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:325 [Engine No. 2946. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:326 [Engine No. 2948. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:327 [Engine No. 2949. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:328 [Engine No. 2950. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:329 [Engine No. 2951. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:330 [Engine No. 2952. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:331 [Engine No. 2952. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:332 [Engine No. 2953. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:333 [Engine No. 2953. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:334 [Engine No. 2857. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:335 [Engine No. 2853. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:336 [Engine No. 2860. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:337 [Engine No. 2856. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:338 Central Pacific R.R. No. 2946, 4-8-0, built by Schenectady Locomotive Wks. in 1892. Class: TW-2 TW 50- 20x26-118 126310 141000. D.L. Joslyn photo, 1935.

 

:339 Central Pacific R.R. No. 2954, 4-8-0, built by Schenectady Locomotive Works in 1889. Class: TW-6 TW 50- 20x26-110 118600 133000. D.L. Joslyn photo, 1935.

 

:340 [Engine No. 2951. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:341 [Engine No. 2957. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

Volume 90: Central Pacific Railroad -- Southern Pacific Railroad -- 1891 to date -- Locomotives no. 3000-5048

 

:1 [Engine No. 3000. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:2 Central Pacific R.R. No. 3000, 4-4-2, built by Baldwin Locomotive Works in 1907. Class: A-6 A 81-22-127/28-B64 SF 221700 243900. D.L. Joslyn collection. 1935.

 

:3 [Engine No. 3001. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:4 Southern Pacific R.R. No. 3016, 4-4-2, built by Baldwin Loco. Wks. in 1903. One of several A-2 class engines bought by the S.P. Co. With Vanderbilt boilers and Vauclain compounded. D.L. Joslyn, collection.

 

:5 [Engine No. 3041. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:6 [Engine No. 3041. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:7 Southern Pacific R.R. No. 3041, 4-4-2, built by Baldwin Locomotive Works in 1906. Picture taken at Sacramento, Calif. when the engine was first placed in service and shows her with the rectangular tank that was replaced by round tanks by the S.P. Co. D.L. Joslyn, collection.

 

:8 Southern Pacific R.R. No. 3002, 4-4-2, built by American Locomotive Co. in 1904. Class: A-6 A 81 22- 127/28-B64 SF 221700 243900. At Sacramento, Cal. 1935. D.L. Joslyn photo, 1935.

 

:9 Central Pacific R.R. No. 3003, 4 -4-2, built by Baldwin Locomotive Works in 1907. Class: A-6 A 81 22- 127/28-B64 SF 221700 243900. Taken at Sacramento, California. D. L. Joslyn collection, 1935. Same as 3000. Both these engines were remembered as the original 3000 and 3003 were the same as the 3001 pictured below [i.e. 90:13, 14]. Taken at Sacramento, Cal. D.L. Joslyn collection. 1935.

 

:10 [Engine No. 3000. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:11 [Engine No. 3000. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:12 [Engine No. 3000. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:13 [Engine No. 3001. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:14 [Engine No. 3001. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:15 [Engine No. 3001. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:16 [Engine No. 3002. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:17 [Engine No. 3002. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:18 [Engine No. 3003. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:19 [Engine No. 3003. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:20 [Engine No. 3004. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:21 [Engine No. 3005. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:22 [Engine No. 3006. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:23 Southern Pacific R.R. No.3066, 4-4-2, built by American Locomotive Co. in 1908. Class: A-3 20-116/20-B59 S 199700 221700. D.L. Joslyn, collection. 1934.

 

:24 [Engine No. 3006. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:25 [Engine No. 3068. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:26 [Engine No. 3067. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:27 [Engine No. 3007. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:28 [Engine No. 3007. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:29 [Engine No. 3009. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:30 [Engine No. 3008. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:31 [Engine No. 3016. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:32 [Engine No. 3017. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:33 [Engine No. 3017. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:34 [Engine No. 3017. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:35 S.P. [i.e. Southern Pacific] 3028. [Built by] American 1904. Taken at Los Angeles -- 1924. Broke up at West Oakland, 1-11-36.

 

:36 3024 at Los Angeles. Year not known. [Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:37 [Engine No. 3018. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:38 [Engine No. 3019. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:39 [Engine No. 3020. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:40 [Engine No. 3022. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:41 [Engine No. 3025. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:42 [Engine No. 3025. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:43 [Engine No. 3025. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:44 [Engine No. 3026. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:45 [Engine No. 3027. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:46 [Engine No. 3028. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:47 [Engine No. 3028. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:48 [Engine No. 3029. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:49 S.P.R.R. 3025 or 3026 at Panama Pacific Int'l. Expo. 1915. [San Francisco.]

 

:50 [Engine No. 3029. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:51 [Engine No. 3029. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:52 [Engine No. 3029. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:53 [Engine No. 3030. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:54 [Engine No. 3031. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:55 [Engine No. 3032. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:56 S.P.R.R. [i.e. Southern Pacific Railroad] 3033 at Melrose.

 

:57