List of Peninsula Commute locomotives

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Many locomotives from numerous rail companies have served along the Peninsula Commute rail line between San Francisco and San Jose since 1863. Agencies and companies that have managed service include Southern Pacific, San Francisco and San Jose Railroad, Caltrain, Caltrans, Amtrak (contracted operator from 1980 to 2012) and TransitAmerica Services (contracted operator from 2012- current).

Current Caltrans and Caltrain Fleet (1980-Current)[edit]

Number/name Model/Class[1] Wheel arrangement Builder Year Disposition and

Location

900
San Francisco
F40PH-2-CAT B-B EMD 1985 In revenue service
901
San Jose
F40PH-2-CAT B-B EMD 1985 In revenue service
902
San Mateo
F40PH-2 B-B EMD 1985 In revenue service
903
Santa Clara
F40PH-2 B-B EMD 1985 In revenue service
904
Palo Alto
F40PH-2-CAT B-B EMD 1985 In revenue service
905
Sunnyvale
F40PH-2-CAT B-B EMD 1985 In revenue service
906
Burlingame
F40PH-2-CAT B-B EMD 1985 In revenue service
907
Mountain View
F40PH-2 B-B EMD 1985 In revenue service
908
Redwood City
F40PH-2-CAT B-B EMD 1985 In revenue service
909
Menlo Park
F40PH-2-CAT B-B EMD 1985 In revenue service
910
Millbrae
F40PH-2 B-B EMD 1985 In revenue service
911
San Carlos
F40PH-2-CAT B-B EMD 1985 In revenue service
912
San Bruno
F40PH-2-CAT B-B EMD 1985 In revenue service
913
Belmont
F40PH-2-CAT B-B EMD 1985 In revenue service
914
Atherton
F40PH-2 B-B EMD 1985 In revenue service
915
South San Francisco
F40PH-2-CAT B-B EMD 1985 In revenue service
916
California Operation Lifesaver
F40PH-2-CAT B-B EMD 1985 In revenue service
917
Gilroy
F40PH-2-CAT B-B EMD 1985 In revenue service
918
County of San Mateo
F40PH-2-CAT B-B EMD 1987 Disabled, In Repair[2]
919
County of Santa Clara
F40PH-2-CAT B-B EMD 1987 In revenue service
920
Morgan Hill
F40PH-2C B-B Boise 1985 In revenue service
921
San Martin
F40PH-2C B-B Boise 1998 In revenue service
922
Tamien
F40PH-2C B-B Boise 1998 In revenue service
923[1]
MPI MP36PH-3C B-B MPI 2003 In revenue service
924
MPI MP36PH-3C B-B MPI 2003 In revenue service
925
Jackie Speier
MPI MP36PH-3C B-B MPI 2003 In revenue service
926
MPI MP36PH-3C B-B MPI 2003 In revenue service
927
MPI MP36PH-3C B-B MPI 2003 In revenue service
928
MPI MP36PH-3C B-B MPI 2003 In revenue service

Southern Pacific Locomotives (1870-1980)[edit]

Number/name Model/Class Wheel arrangement Builder Year Disposition and

Location

Southern Pacific 1, 1001
"C.P. Huntington"
4-2-4T Cooke Locomotive Works October, 1863 On static display at the California State Railroad Museum in Sacramento, CA.
Southern Pacific 1905 2-6-2 Scrapped in 1930s.[3]
Southern Pacific 2706 2-8-0 Baldwin Locomotive Works 1904 Being restored at Colusa, CA.[4]
Southern Pacific 2472 P-8 4-6-2 Baldwin Locomotive Works 1/1921 Operational at the Niles Canyon Railway
Southern Pacific 2479 P-10 4-6-2 Baldwin Locomotive Works 10/1923 Undergoing restoration at the Santa Clara County Fairgrounds.
Southern Pacific 3020 FM H-24-66 C-C Fairbanks Morse 1954 Scrapped.
Southern Pacific 3021 FM H-24-66 C-C Fairbanks Morse 1954 Scrapped.
Southern Pacific 3022 FM H-24-66 C-C Fairbanks Morse 1954 Scrapped.
Southern Pacific 3023 FM H-24-66 C-C Fairbanks Morse 1954 Scrapped.
Southern Pacific 3024 FM H-24-66 C-C Fairbanks Morse 1954 Scrapped.
Southern Pacific 3025 FM H-24-66 C-C Fairbanks Morse 1954 Scrapped.
Southern Pacific 3026 FM H-24-66 C-C Fairbanks Morse 1954 Scrapped.
Southern Pacific 3027 FM H-24-66 C-C Fairbanks Morse 1954 Scrapped.
Southern Pacific 3028 FM H-24-66 C-C Fairbanks Morse 1954 Scrapped.
Southern Pacific 3029 FM H-24-66 C-C Fairbanks Morse 1954 Scrapped.
Southern Pacific 3031 FM H-24-66 C-C Fairbanks Morse 1954 Scrapped.
Southern Pacific 3032 FM H-24-66 C-C Fairbanks Morse 1954 Scrapped.
Southern Pacific 3033 FM H-24-66 C-C Fairbanks Morse 1954 Scrapped.
Southern Pacific 3035 FM H-24-66 C-C Fairbanks-Morse 1954 Scrapped.
Southern Pacific 3186[5] EMD GP9 B-B EMD 1954 Sold to Western Rail Inc., Washington state. In Service
Southern Pacific 3187 EMD GP9 B-B EMD 1954 Scrapped
Southern Pacific 3188 EMD GP9 B-B EMD 1954 Scrapped
Southern Pacific 3189 EMD GP9 B-B EMD 1954 Preserved as Southern Pacific 5623 at the Niles Canyon Railway.
Southern Pacific 3190 EMD GP9 B-B EMD 1954 Unknown
Southern Pacific 3191 EMD GP9 B-B EMD 1954 Preserved as B&O 6641. In Service
Southern Pacific 3192 EMD GP9 B-B EMD Unknown
Southern Pacific 3193 EMD GP9 B-B EMD Unknown
Southern Pacific 3194 EMD GP9 B-B EMD 1954 Preserved by the Golden Gate Railroad Museum. Operational.
Southern Pacific 3195 EMD GP9 B-B EMD Unknown
Southern Pacific 3196 EMD GP9 B-B EMD Unknown
Southern Pacific 3197 EMD GP40P-2 B-B EMD 1974 In service with the Indiana Harbor Belt, Rebuilt as GP40-2
Southern Pacific 3198 EMD GP40P-2 B-B EMD In Service with Union Pacific, Rebuilt as GP40-2
Southern Pacific 3199 EMD GP40P-2 B-B EMD In Service with Union Pacific, Rebuilt as GP40-2
Southern Pacific 3200 EMD SDP45 C-C EMD 5/67-7/67 Scrapped
Southern Pacific 3201 EMD SDP45 C-C EMD 5/67-7/67 Scrapped
Southern Pacific 3202 EMD SDP45 C-C EMD 5/67-7/67 Scrapped
Southern Pacific 3203 EMD SDP45 C-C EMD 5/67-7/67 Scrapped; was the last survivor of SP's SDP45s
Southern Pacific 3204 EMD SDP45 C-C EMD 5/67-7/67 Scrapped
Southern Pacific 3205 EMD SDP45 C-C EMD 5/67-7/67 Scrapped
Southern Pacific 3206 EMD SDP45 C-C EMD 5/67-7/67 Scrapped
Southern Pacific 3207 EMD SDP45 C-C EMD 5/67-7/67 Scrapped
Southern Pacific 3208 EMD SDP45 C-C EMD 5/67-7/67 Scrapped
Southern Pacific 3209 EMD SDP45 C-C EMD 5/67-7/67 Scrapped
Southern Pacific 4402[6] Southern Pacific class GS-1 4-8-4 Baldwin Locomotive Works 1930 Retired in 1956, scrapped.
Southern Pacific 4405[6] Southern Pacific class GS-1 4-8-4 Baldwin Locomotive Works 1930 Retired in 1956, scrapped.
Southern Pacific 4450
Huff
SD9 C-C EMD 1954 Scrapped in Portola, CA.
Southern Pacific 4451
Puff
SD9 C-C EMD 1954 At Schellville, CA in derelict condition

San Francisco and San Jose Railroad Locomotives (1863-1870)[edit]

Number/name Model/Class Wheel arrangement Builder Year Disposition and

Location

1[7]
San Francisco
4-4-0 Norris Locomotive Works 1862 To Southern Pacific #2, #1109. Unknown.
2[7]
San Jose
4-4-0 Norris Locomotive Works 1862 To SF&NP as Little Josie. To Northwestern Pacific Railroad #1. Retired in 1921.
3[7]
T. Dame
4-4-0 Norris Locomotive Works To Southern Pacific #3, #1110. Unknown.
4[7]
A.H. Houston
4-4-0 Cooke Locomotive and Machine Works 11/1863 To Southern Pacific #4. Unknown.
5[7]
Chas. McLaughlin
4-4-0 Cooke Locomotive and Machine Works To Southern Pacific #5. Unknown.
6[7]
California
4-4-0 H. J. Booth at Union Iron Works 7/1865 To Southern Pacific #6, #1303. Rebuilt 1873. Scrapped in 1911.[8]
7[7]
Atlantic
4-4-0 H.J. Booth at Union Iron Works 1865 To Southern Pacific #7, #1231, scrapped in 1895.[8]
8
Union
0-4-0 H.J. Booth at Union Iron Works 6/1867 To Southern Pacific #8, #1002.[8] Unknown.
9
Donahue
4-4-0 Cooke Locomotive and Machine Works 4/1870 To Southern Pacific #9. Unknown.
10
Newhall
To Southern Pacific #10. Unknown.
11[9]
Menlo Park
4-4-0 Mason Machine Works 4/16/1870 To Southern Pacific #11. Unknown.
12
Racer
McK/A 7/1868 To Southern Pacific #12. Unknown.
13
Shoshone
Norris Locomotive Works 6/1867 To Southern Pacific #13. Unknown.
14
Red Eagle
Cooke Locomotive and Machine Works 7/1868 To Southern Pacific #14. Unknown.
15
Black Deer
McK/A 10/1867 To Southern Pacific #15. Unknown.
16
Reindeer
Schenectady Locomotive Works 11/1868 To Southern Pacific #1151. Unknown.
17
Mohave
Norris Locomotive Works 7/1860 To Southern Pacific #17. Unknown.
18
Peeler
Rhode Island Locomotive Works 11/1868 To Southern Pacific #18. Unknown.
19
Raven
Schenectady Locomotive Works 10/1868 To Southern Pacific #19. Unknown.
20
Baldwin Locomotive Works 6/1872 To Southern Pacific #20. Unknown.

References[edit]

  1. ^ a b "Commute Fleets". Caltrain. 
  2. ^ "Driver survives horrific car-train crash". KTVU. Archived from the original on February 26, 2015. 
  3. ^ "Southern Pacific 'Prairie' SP Class Pr-2 2-6-2". Espee Railfan. November 4, 1998. 
  4. ^ "Home". Colusa Steam. 
  5. ^ "Southern Pacific's Final Peninsula Commute Fleet Roster - 1980". Wx4 Southern Pacific Pages. 
  6. ^ a b "Southern Pacific 4400 series Non-Daylight". Yesteryear Depot. Archived from the original on December 27, 2013. 
  7. ^ a b c d e f g Huffman, Wendell (2005). "Table of Named Locomotives of the CP-SP World" (PDF). Central Pacific Railroad Photographic History Museum. 
  8. ^ a b c Kneiss, Gilbert H. (November 1946). "Locomotives of The Union Iron Works". Railway and Locomotive Historical Society Bulletin. Railway and Locomotive Historical Society (68). Archived from the original on March 4, 2016. 
  9. ^ Havron, Michael. "Records of the Mason Locomotive Works, Taunton, Massachusetts" (PDF). CPRR.org. Railway & Locomotive Historical Society. 

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