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
Photograph
900
San Francisco
F40PH-2-CAT B-B EMD 1985 In revenue service CalTrain (7185967626).jpg
901
San Jose
F40PH-2-CAT B-B EMD 1985 In revenue service Caltrains (32407618474).jpg
902
San Mateo
F40PH-2 B-B EMD 1985 In revenue service Caltrain (16240998114).jpg
903
Santa Clara
F40PH-2 B-B EMD 1985 In revenue service CalTrain 903 pushing out of the main San Francisco Station in June 1985 (30679374345).jpg
1985 Caltrans livery
904
Palo Alto
F40PH-2-CAT B-B EMD 1985 In revenue service Caltrain 904 Palo Alto locomotive engine.jpg
905
Sunnyvale
F40PH-2-CAT B-B EMD 1985 In revenue service Caltrain engine 905 at Mountain View downtown station.jpg
906
Burlingame
F40PH-2-CAT B-B EMD 1985 In revenue service Caltrain (7506100372).jpg
907
Mountain View
F40PH-2 B-B EMD 1985 In revenue service CDTX 907 with painted gallery cars Apr 1985xrp.jpg
1985 Caltrans livery
908
Redwood City
F40PH-2-CAT B-B EMD 1985 In revenue service Daily Commute 2 (9534948922).jpg
909
Menlo Park
F40PH-2-CAT B-B EMD 1985 In revenue service Caltrain in San Mateo 3107 03.JPG
910
Millbrae
F40PH-2 B-B EMD 1985 In revenue service Caltrain JPBX 910 at Millbrae Station.JPG
911
San Carlos
F40PH-2-CAT B-B EMD 1985 In revenue service CAL TRAIN @ Millbrae Station (5390477070).jpg
912
San Bruno
F40PH-2-CAT B-B EMD 1985 In revenue service CalTrain (7185973238).jpg
913
Belmont
F40PH-2-CAT B-B EMD 1985 In revenue service May 2000x4 (34790963571).jpg
914
Atherton
F40PH-2 B-B EMD 1985 In revenue service Gilroy Station 2024 07.JPG
915
South San Francisco
F40PH-2-CAT B-B EMD 1985 In revenue service CalTrain (7185984206).jpg
916
California
F40PH-2-CAT B-B EMD 1985 In revenue service CalTrain 916 named "California" waiting its turn at the 4th & Townsend station in San Francisco, CA in October 1985 (30591257451).jpg
Original 1985 Caltrans livery

Burlingame Station 3130 05.JPG
Current JPBX scheme

917
Gilroy
F40PH-2-CAT B-B EMD 1985 In revenue service Caltrain (2606636743).jpg
918
County of San Mateo
F40PH-2-CAT B-B EMD 1987 Disabled, In Repair[2] CALTrain (2767090134).jpg
919
County of Santa Clara
F40PH-2-CAT B-B EMD 1987 In revenue service CalTrain (6242444507).jpg
920
Morgan Hill (Operation Lifesaver)
F40PH-2C B-B Boise 1985 In revenue service Caltrain in San Carlos, CA, southbound 1.JPG
921
San Martin
F40PH-2C B-B Boise 1998 In revenue service Caltrain-Diesel Locomotive 921.jpg
922
Tamien
F40PH-2C B-B Boise 1998 In revenue service Caltrain JPBX 922 at Santa Clara Station.JPG
923[1]
MPI MP36PH-3C B-B MPI 2003 In revenue service Caltrains San Jose, California (12104951186).jpg
924
MPI MP36PH-3C B-B MPI 2003 In revenue service Caltrains (33094825772).jpg
925
Jackie Speier
MPI MP36PH-3C B-B MPI 2003 In revenue service Jackie Speier Caltrain.jpg
926
MPI MP36PH-3C B-B MPI 2003 In revenue service Caltrain (2267086477).jpg
927
MPI MP36PH-3C B-B MPI 2003 In revenue service Caltrain passing through College Park.jpg
928
MPI MP36PH-3C B-B MPI 2003 In revenue service MP-36 (4780962048).jpg

Southern Pacific Locomotives (1870–1980)[edit]

Steam fleet (1870–1954)[edit]

Number/name Model/Class Wheel arrangement Builder Year Disposition and
Location
Photograph
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. Railroad Museum, Sacramento, California (22952774239).jpg
Southern Pacific 1903–1905 Pr-1 and Pr-2
("Prairie")
2-6-2 Sacramento Shops c. 1881–82 1905 was originally numbered 1506 by Central Pacific;[3] scrapped in 1930s.[4]
Southern Pacific (various) C-x
("Consolidation")
2-8-0 Various, including Baldwin Various-1957 Nine survive; 2521, 2562, 2579, 2706, 2718, 2781, 2825, 2852, 3420. 2706, built in 1904, is being restored at Colusa, CA.[5][6]
Southern Pacific (various) Mk-x
("Mikado")
2-8-2 Various Various-1957 All scrapped.
Southern Pacific 2004–2386 T-x
("Ten Wheel")
4-6-0 Various Various-1957 2353 and 2355 are on static display. Southern Pacific 5817 (4282709837).jpg
Southern Pacific 2461–2475 P-8
("Pacific")
4-6-2 Baldwin Locomotive Works 1921-1957 2467 survives; 2472 is operational at the Niles Canyon Railway Southern Pacific Railroad 4-6-2 -2472 at Sunol California May 2009.jpg
Southern Pacific 2478–2491 P-10 Baldwin Locomotive Works 1923-1957 2479 is undergoing restoration at the Santa Clara County Fairgrounds. SP Steam locomotive 2479.JPG
Southern Pacific 3100–3109 P-11 Various 1923-1957 All scrapped.
Southern Pacific 4300–4327 MT-1
("Mountain")
4-8-2 Various 1923-1957 Assigned to various other trains at the same time. All scrapped.
Southern Pacific 4385-4390 MT-2 Various 1924-1957 Assigned to various other trains at the same time. All scrapped.
Southern Pacific 4328-4345 MT-3 Various 1925-1957 Assigned to various other trains at the same time. All scrapped.
Southern Pacific 4346-4366 MT-4 Various 1926-1957 Assigned to various other trains at the same time. All scrapped.
Southern Pacific 4367-4376 MT-5 Sacramento Shops 1927-1957 Assigned to various other trains at the same time. All scrapped.
Southern Pacific 4400-4409[7] GS-1
("Golden State" or "General Service")
4-8-4 Baldwin Locomotive Works 1930-1956 Assigned to various other trains at the same time. Retired in 1956 and scrapped.[8]
Southern Pacific 4410-4415 GS-2 Lima Locomotive Works 1937-1957 This locomotive class was assigned to various other trains at the same time, starting in the mid-1940s. None survive.
Southern Pacific 4416-4429 GS-3 1938-1957 This locomotive class was assigned to various other trains at the same time, starting in the mid-1940s. None survive.
Southern Pacific 4430-4457 GS-4 1941-1957 This locomotive class was assigned to various other trains at the same time, starting in the early 1950s. 4449 still survives.
Southern Pacific 4458 & 4459 GS-5 1942-1958 This locomotive class was assigned to various other trains at the same time, starting in the early 1950s. None survive.
Southern Pacific 4460-4469 GS-6 1943-1958 This locomotive class was assigned to various other trains at the same time, starting in the late 1940s. 4460 still survives.

Diesel-electric fleet (1954–1985)[edit]

Number/name Model/Class Wheel arrangement Builder Year Disposition and
Location
Photograph
Amtrak 700 GE P30CH C-C GE Transportation Systems 1975/07 Leased to SP for 1978–79 after SP SDP45s were pulled from passenger service under an ICC order to return offline freight cars.[9] A total of 15 Amtrak P30CH locomotives were leased. AMTK 700 with subs Aug 78cz.jpg
Amtrak 702 GE P30CH C-C GE Transportation Systems 1975/08 Leased to SP for 1978–79 after SP SDP45s were pulled from service.[9]
Amtrak 703 GE P30CH C-C GE Transportation Systems 1975/08 Leased to SP for 1978–79 after SP SDP45s were pulled from service.[9] AMTK 703 with EB plug at Santa Clara Aug 78zz.jpg
Amtrak 704 GE P30CH C-C GE Transportation Systems 1975/08 Leased to SP for 1978–79 after SP SDP45s were pulled from service.[9]
Amtrak 705 GE P30CH C-C GE Transportation Systems 1975/08 Leased to SP for 1978–79 after SP SDP45s were pulled from service.[9]
Amtrak 706 GE P30CH C-C GE Transportation Systems 1975/08 Leased to SP for 1978–79 after SP SDP45s were pulled from service.[9]
Amtrak 707 GE P30CH C-C GE Transportation Systems 1975/08 Leased to SP for 1978–79 after SP SDP45s were pulled from service.[9]
Amtrak 709 GE P30CH C-C GE Transportation Systems 1975/08 Leased to SP for 1978–79 after SP SDP45s were pulled from service.[9]
Amtrak 711 GE P30CH C-C GE Transportation Systems 1975/08 Leased to SP for 1978–79 after SP SDP45s were pulled from service.[9]
Amtrak 712 GE P30CH C-C GE Transportation Systems 1975/09 Leased to SP for 1978–79 after SP SDP45s were pulled from service.[9] AMTK 712 SF Oct 1978rp (6699377277).jpg
Amtrak 716 GE P30CH C-C GE Transportation Systems 1975/09 Leased to SP for 1978–79 after SP SDP45s were pulled from service.[9]
Amtrak 718 GE P30CH C-C GE Transportation Systems 1975/09 Leased to SP for 1978–79 after SP SDP45s were pulled from service.[9]
Amtrak 720 GE P30CH C-C GE Transportation Systems 1975/11 Leased to SP for 1978–79 after SP SDP45s were pulled from service.[9]
Southern Pacific 3020 FM H-24-66 C-C Fairbanks Morse 1953/12 Purchased as 4800; renumbered to 3020 (1965). Retired and sold 1974.[10] Scrapped. SP 3020 lv SF July 73 TR140x4 (32810700921).jpg
Southern Pacific 3021 FM H-24-66 C-C Fairbanks Morse 1953/12 Purchased as 4801; renumbered to 3021 (1965). Retired 1974 and sold 1975.[10] Scrapped. 3021 with Tr144 track 14 Nov1972RP - Flickr - drewj1946.jpg
Southern Pacific 3022 FM H-24-66 C-C Fairbanks Morse 1954 Purchased as 4802; renumbered to 3022 (1965). Retired and sold 1975.[10] Scrapped. SP 3022 with 124 at 4th st Apr 30th 1971RPcr - Flickr - drewj1946.jpg
Southern Pacific 3023 FM H-24-66 C-C Fairbanks Morse 1954 Purchased as 4803; renumbered to 3023.[11] 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 1953/12 Purchased as 4805; renumbered to 3025 (1965). Stripped 1975 and scrapped 1978.[10] SP 3025 with 153 Nwhll May72smcr - Flickr - drewj1946.jpg
Southern Pacific 3026 FM H-24-66 C-C Fairbanks Morse 1954 Scrapped. SP 3026 with Tr 118 at Newhall St Jan 1966x (18843681471).jpg
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 Purchased as 4808; renumbered to 3028 (1965). Engine failed 1974 and scrapped 1975.[10] SP 3028 with 128 4th st Aug73smcrz (11262685964).jpg
Southern Pacific 3029 FM H-24-66 C-C Fairbanks Morse 1953/12 Purchased as 4809; renumbered to 3029 (1965). Retired and scrapped 1974.[10]
Southern Pacific 3030 FM H-24-66 C-C Fairbanks Morse 1953/12 Scrapped.
Southern Pacific 3031 FM H-24-66 C-C Fairbanks Morse 1953/11 Purchased as 4811; renumbered to 3031 (1965). Retired and scrapped 1975.[10] SP 303l with 132 ready to leave SFx4 (17607670238).jpg
Southern Pacific 3032 FM H-24-66 C-C Fairbanks Morse 1953/11 Scrapped. SP 3032 Santa Clara with 116 Dec70xRP - Flickr - drewj1946.jpg
Southern Pacific 3033 FM H-24-66 C-C Fairbanks Morse 1954 Purchased as 4813; renumbered to 3033 (1965). Retired 1975.[10] Scrapped.
Southern Pacific 3034 FM H-24-66 C-C Fairbanks Morse 1954 Purchased as 4814; renumbered to 3034 (1965). Retired 1975.[10] Scrapped. SP 3034 at Palo Alto High Stick tree 9 70x - Flickr - drewj1946.jpg
Southern Pacific 3035 FM H-24-66 C-C Fairbanks-Morse 1954/02 Scrapped. SP 3035 (FM H-24-66) with Train 138 at San Francisco, CA on May 22, 1970 (32212879533).jpg
Southern Pacific 3186[12] EMD GP9 B-B EMD 1954/06 Built as 5603; renumbered to 3003 (1965) and 3186 (1975). Retired in 1995. Sold to Western Rail Inc., Washington state and rebuilt with low nose as WRIX 3186. Sold to Kalama Export and remains in service.[13] SP 3003 GP9 with SP train 141, the Del Monte, at Jan Jose, CA in January 1968 (32212880863).jpg
Southern Pacific 3187 EMD GP9 B-B EMD 1954/05 Carried numbers 5894 (1961) and 3000 (1965) before renumbering to 3187 (1975). Retired in July 1994.[13] Scrapped CalTrain's Experimental Paint Scheme Was Only on GP9E 3187 (30588506922).jpg
1982 "Rainbow" scheme
Southern Pacific 3188 EMD GP9 B-B EMD 1954/05 Built as 5600, renumbered to 3008 then 3188.[14] Scrapped SP 3188 under the 280 Freeway in San Francisco,September, 1984.jpg
Southern Pacific 3189 EMD GP9 B-B EMD 1954/06 Built as 5623; renumbered to 3005 (1965) and 3189 (1977). Retired in 1991 and sold for scrap in 1992. Repainted in "Black Widow" and preserved as Southern Pacific 5623 at the Niles Canyon Railway.[13] 3005 logan mar 71 - Flickr - drewj1946.jpg
Southern Pacific 3190 EMD GP9 B-B EMD 1955/04 Built as 5625; renumbered to 3007 then 3190.[15] Served with North Coast Railroad as NCRR 3190.[16] Unknown SP 3190 at the Lenzen Roundhouse, San Jose in July 1979. (32682694640).jpg
Southern Pacific 3191 EMD GP9 B-B EMD 1954/05 Number 5893 was renumbered to 3422, then 3010 (1967) and 3191 (1977). Retired in 1993. Briefly owned by Feather River Rail Society before becoming Connecticut Central 53 in 1994.[13] Preserved as B&O 6641. In Service 2172 1203192000xx - Flickr - drewj1946.jpg
Southern Pacific 3192 EMD GP9 B-B EMD 1954/06 Built as 5602, renumbered to 3009 (1965) and 3192 (1977). Retired in 1993; rebuilt with low nose and sold to Ottawa Valley Rail Link as RLK 4202.[13] Unknown SP 3191 switching at Permanente Feb86xRP - Flickr - drewj1946.jpg
Southern Pacific 3193 EMD GP9 B-B EMD 1954/06 Carried number 5601 before renumbering to 3002 (1965) and 3193 (1978). Retired in 1993. Scrapped 2001.[13] SP 3193 with Train 149 at San Mateo, CA in August 1980 (32938025271).jpg
Southern Pacific 3194 EMD GP9 B-B EMD 1954/05 Built as TNO 281; renumbered to SP 5895 (1961), then 3001 (1965) and 3194 (1977).[17] Retired 1998. Preserved by the Golden Gate Railroad Museum. Operational.[18] SP 3194 with Train 122 an eastbound commute arriving at San Jose, CA in July 1979 (32682691130).jpg
Southern Pacific 3195 EMD GP9 B-B EMD 1955/06 Built as 5624; renumbered to 3006 and 3195.[19] Unknown SP 3195 at San Jose with F40xRP - Flickr - drewj1946.jpg
Southern Pacific 3196 EMD GP9 B-B EMD 1954/05 Built as 5622; renumbered to 3004 (1965) and 3196 (1979). Retired in 1990.[13] Unknown 3004 at Marina - Flickr - drewj1946.jpg
Southern Pacific 3197 EMD GP40P-2 B-B EMD 1974/11 Renumbered to SP 7600 in 1986; retired in 2002. In service with the Indiana Harbor Belt as IHB 4010, Rebuilt as GP40-2[20] 3197 San josexxRP - Flickr - drewj1946.jpg
1976 Bicentennial scheme
Southern Pacific 3198 EMD GP40P-2 B-B EMD 1974/11 Renumbered to SP 7601 in 1986. In Service with Union Pacific as UP 1373, Rebuilt as GP40-2[20] Caltrain-Southern Pacific Commuter Trains by Roger Puta (30824828575).jpg
Southern Pacific 3199 EMD GP40P-2 B-B EMD 1974/11 Renumbered to SP 7601. In Service with Union Pacific as UP 1375, Rebuilt as GP40-2[21] Caltrain-Southern Pacific Commuter Trains by Roger Puta (30824831575).jpg
Southern Pacific 3200 EMD SDP45 C-C EMD 1967/05 Damaged by fire in 1989; retired 1990. Scrapped 1992.[22] SP 3200 at Bayshore April 1985xRP.jpg
Southern Pacific 3201 EMD SDP45 C-C EMD 1967/05 Retired in 1990; scrapped 1996.[22] Caltrain-Southern Pacific Commuter Trains by Roger Puta (30824838005).jpg
Southern Pacific 3202 EMD SDP45 C-C EMD 1967/05 Retired in 1989; scrapped.[22] SP 3202 1st NB Starlight May 1 71 SJxx.jpg
Southern Pacific 3203 EMD SDP45 C-C EMD 1967/06 Retired 1990; sold 1992.[22] Scrapped; was the last survivor of SP's SDP45s SP 3203 SDP45 with Train 51, the San Joaquin Daylight arriving at Oakland, CA on May 22, 1970 -- 1 of 2 Photos (32858077751).jpg
Southern Pacific 3204 EMD SDP45 C-C EMD 1967/06 Retired 1990; sold 1991. Scrapped.[22] 3204 oak hill dec 70 - Flickr - drewj1946.jpg
Southern Pacific 3205 EMD SDP45 C-C EMD 1967/06 Retired 1986; sold 1988. Scrapped.[22] Three of SP Geeps in San Francisco From Roger Puta (30175579654).jpg
Southern Pacific 3206 EMD SDP45 C-C EMD 1967/06 Retired 1989; sold 1989; scrapped 1996.[22] SP 3206 with last Lark April 8 1968 LAUPTxRP - Flickr - drewj1946.jpg
Southern Pacific 3207 EMD SDP45 C-C EMD 1967/07 Retired and sold 1989; scrapped 1996.[22] SP 3207 with Amtrak No. 6 at Sacramento, CA on February 27, 1987 (22800337231).jpg
"Kodachrome" freight service
Southern Pacific 3208 EMD SDP45 C-C EMD 1967/07 Retired 1986; scrapped 1988.[22] SP 3208 WB south of Gerber April 1981xRP - Flickr - drewj1946.jpg
Southern Pacific 3209 EMD SDP45 C-C EMD 1967/07 Retired 1989; sold and scrapped 1990.[22] SP 3209 South of Curtner Feb 71xRP - Flickr - drewj1946.jpg
Southern Pacific 4450
Huff
EMD SD9 C-C EMD 1954/04 Built as SP 5339.[23] Scrapped in Portola, CA. SP 4450, an SD9 named "Huff" (144120403).jpg
Southern Pacific 4451
Puff
EMD SD9 C-C EMD 1954/04 Built as SP 5363.[24] At Schellville, CA in derelict condition SP 4451 (18075445156).jpg

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

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

Location

1[25][26]
San Francisco
4-4-0 Norris Locomotive Works 1862 To Southern Pacific #2, #1109. Unknown.
2[25]
San Jose
4-4-0 Norris Locomotive Works 1862 To SF&NP as Little Josie. To Northwestern Pacific Railroad #1. Retired in 1921.
3[25]
T. Dame
4-4-0 Norris Locomotive Works 1862 To Southern Pacific #3, #1110. Unknown.
4[25]
A.H. Houston
4-4-0 Cooke Locomotive and Machine Works 11/1863 To Southern Pacific #4. Unknown.
5[25]
Chas. McLaughlin
4-4-0 Cooke Locomotive and Machine Works 11/1863 To Southern Pacific #5. Unknown.
6[25]
California
4-4-0 H. J. Booth at Union Iron Works 7/1865 To Southern Pacific #6, #1303. Rebuilt 1873. Scrapped in 1911.[27]
7[25]
Atlantic
4-4-0 H.J. Booth at Union Iron Works 7/1865 To Southern Pacific #7, #1231, scrapped in 1895.[27]
8
Union
0-4-0 H.J. Booth at Union Iron Works 6/1865 To Southern Pacific #8, #1002.[27] Unknown.
9
Donahue
4-4-0 Cooke Locomotive and Machine Works 4/1870 To Southern Pacific #9. Unknown.
10
Newhall
4-4-0 Cooke Locomotive and Machine Works 4/1870 To Southern Pacific #10. Unknown.
11[28]
Menlo Park
4-4-0 Mason Machine Works 4/16/1870 To Southern Pacific #11. Unknown.
12
Racer
4-4-0 McK/A 7/1868 Ex-C.P. #97. To Southern Pacific #12. Unknown.
13
Shoshone
4-4-0 Norris Locomotive Works 6/1867 Ex-C.P. #36. To Southern Pacific #13. Unknown.
14
Red Eagle
4-4-0 Cooke Locomotive and Machine Works 7/1868 Ex-C.P. #117. To Southern Pacific #14. Unknown.
15
Black Deer
4-4-0 McK/A 10/1867 Ex-C.P. #55. To Southern Pacific #15. Unknown.
16
Reindeer
4-4-0 Schenectady Locomotive Works 11/1868 Ex-C.P. #147. To Southern Pacific #1151. Unknown.
17
Mohave
4-4-0 Norris Locomotive Works 7/1860 Ex-C.P. #93. To Southern Pacific #17. Unknown.
18
Peeler
4-4-0 Rhode Island Locomotive Works 11/1868 Ex-C.P. #135. To Southern Pacific #18. Unknown.
19
Raven
4-4-0 Schenectady Locomotive Works 10/1868 Ex-C.P. #142. To Southern Pacific #19. Unknown.
20
4-4-0 Baldwin Locomotive Works 6/1872 Ex-W. Wisc. #20. To Southern Pacific #20. Unknown.

References[edit]

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