SURVIVING STEAM LOCOMOTIVES
OF THE SOUTHERN PACIFIC RAILROAD
AND ITS SUBSIDIARY LINES

This page is dedicated to the surviving steam locomotives of the Southern Pacific Railroad and its subsidiaries. The information has been provided by members of the Southern Pacific email group and from the book co-authored by Diebert and Strapac, Southern Pacific Steam Locomotive Compendium.

This page is part of David Coscia's SP Site

January 18, 2013

CENTRAL PACIFIC
1 4-4-0 Governor Stanford: California State Railroad Museum; Sacramento, CA
233 2-6-2T California State Railroad Museum; Sacramento, CA


EL PASO & SOUTHWESTERN
1 4-4-0 Union Plaza Transit Terminal; El Paso, TX


NORTH PACIFIC COAST
12 4-4-0 California State Railroad Museum; Sacramento, CA; one of three surviving narrow gauge 4-4-0 locomotives


NORTHWESTERN PACIFIC
112 4-6-0 California State Railroad Museum; Sacramento, CA


SAN DIEGO & ARIZONA EASTERN
104 2-8-0 San Diego Railroad Museum; Campo, CA


ST. LOUIS AND SOUTHWESTERN
336 2-6-0 D-3: Arkansas Railroad Museum; Pine Bluff, AR
819 4-8-4 L-1: Arkansas Railroad Museum; Pine Bluff, AR


SOUTHERN PACIFIC - MAINTENANCE OF WAY
219 0-4-2T Travel Town Museum; Los Angeles, CA


SOUTHERN PACIFIC NARROW GAUGE
8 4-6-0 ex-NCO, 2nd #8: east end of Victorian Square; Sparks, NV
9 4-6-0 ex-NCO, 2nd #9: Laws Railroad Museum; Laws, CA
18 4-6-0 ex-NCO #18: next to Highway 395; Independence, CA


SOUTHERN PACIFIC
1 4-2-4T C.P. Huntington; formerly CP #3: California State Railroad Museum; Sacramento, CA
1215 0-6-0 S-10: California Trolley and Railroad Corporation; San Jose, CA
1221 0-6-0 S-10: Village Park; Deming, NM
1227 0-6-0 S-11: Sierra Northern Railway; Woodland, CA
1229 0-6-0 S-11: Stewart Park; Roseburg, OR
1233 0-6-0 S-10: Yolo County Fairgrounds; Woodland, CA
1237 0-6-0 S-10: Central Park; Salinas, CA
1238 0-6-0 S-10: Roeding Park; Fresno, CA
1251 0-6-0 S-12: Virginia & Truckee Railroad; Virginia City, NV
1258 0-6-0 S-12: near the former SP depot; Martinez, CA
1269 0-6-0 S-12: Niles Canyon Railway Museum; Sunol, CA
1273 0-6-0 S-12: Travel Town Museum; Los Angeles, CA
1285 0-6-0 S-14: El Estero Park; Monterey, CA
1293 0-6-0 S-14: Powers Park; Tracy, CA
1297 0-6-0 S-13, ex-TNO, 2nd #1297: Bolack Electromechanical Museum; Farmington, NM
1298 0-6-0 S-10, ex-Arizona Eastern: city park; Santa Cruz, CA
1488 4-4-0 E-63, Stockton Terminal & Eastern #1: Travel Town Museum; Los Angeles, CA
1629 2-6-0 M-4: Santa Clarita Historical Society: Hart Park; Newhall, CA
1673 2-6-0 M-4: Tucson depot on Toole Avenue; Tucson, AZ
1727 2-6-0 M-6: Dunsmuir City Park; Dunsmuir, CA
1744 2-6-0 M-6: San Luis & Rio Grande Railroad; operating on tourist line, Rio Grande Scenic Railroad
1765 2-6-0 M-6: Lomita Railroad Museum; Lomita, CA
1771 2-6-0 M-8: California State Railroad Museum; Sacramento, CA
1774 2-6-0 M-8: Memorial Park; Globe, AZ
1785 2-6-0 M-6: city park; Woodburn, OR
2018 4-6-0 T-16: Mexicano del Pacifico #2; park near sugar mill; Los Mochis, Sinaloa, Mexico
2248 4-6-0 T-1: Grapevine Steam Railroad (Tarantula Train); Grapevine, TX
2252 4-6-0 T-1: Placer County Fairgrounds; Roseville, CA
2353 4-6-0 T-31: San Diego Railroad Museum; Campo, CA
2355 4-6-0 T-31: Pioneer Park; Mesa, AZ
2467 4-6-2 P-8: California State Railroad Museum; Sacramento, CA
2472 4-6-2 P-8: Golden Gate Railroad Museum; stored at Niles Canyon Railway; Sunol, CA
2479 4-6-2 P-10: Santa Clara County Fairgrounds; San Jose, CA
2521 2-8-0 C-9: near Colorado River; Yuma, AZ
2562 2-8-0 C-9: Arizona Rail Museum; Chandler, AZ
2579 2-8-0 C-9: Memorial Park; Klamath Falls, OR
2706 2-8-0 C-8: privately owned; Oakdale, CA
2718 2-8-0 C-8: Rachael Dorris Park; Alturas, CA
2825 2-8-0 C-9, 2nd #2825: San Bernardino County Museum; Redlands, CA
2852 2-8-0 C-10: Glenn County Fairgrounds; Orland, CA
2914 4-8-0 TW-8: Kern County Museum; Bakersfield, CA
3025 4-4-2 A-3: Travel Town Museum; Los Angeles, CA
3420 2-8-0 C-19: El Paso Historic Railroad Board; El Paso, TX
4294 4-8-8-2 AC-12: California State Railroad Museum; Sacramento, CA
4449 4-8-4 GS-4: Oregon Rail Heritage Foundation; Portland, OR
4460 4-8-4 GS-6: Museum of Transportation; St. Louis, MO
5021 4-10-2 SP-2: Railway and Locomotive Historical Society; Los Angeles County Fairplex; Pomona, CA


TEXAS & NEW ORLEANS
Due to the numerous mergers, and the constraints of the numbering system for the Texas & New Orleans, many locomotives were renumbered two or three times. Numbers in parenthesis are for finding the locomotive in the book, Southern Pacific Company Steam Locomotive Compendium.
124 0-6-0 S-9: DeQuincy, LA
216 4-4-0 E-21, (246), renumbered 9-1913: Feather River Railroad Society; Portola, CA
260 4-4-0 E-40, ex-SA&AP 60, (2nd 220), 3rd 260, renumbered 8-31-50; Stone Mountain Scenic Railroad; Stone Mountain, GA
314 4-6-0 T-24, ex-H&TC 314: Center for Transportation & Commerce; Galveston, TX
319 4-6-0 T-24, ex-H&TC 319: Riverdale, GA (near Atlanta)
745 2-8-2 Mk-5: Louisiana Steam Train Association; Jefferson, LA
771 2-8-2 Mk-5: Grapevine Steam Railroad, parking lot median on Dallas Road; Grapevine, TX
786 2-8-2 Mk-5, ex-H&TC 786, Mk-5: Austin Steam Train Association; Austin, TX
794 2-8-2 Mk-5, ex-H&TC 794: St. Paul Square; San Antonio, TX
842 0-6-0 S-14, (156), renumbered 10-31-53: Casey Jones Museum; Vaughan, MS
895 2-8-0 C-25, ex-TM 200: Roseland Park; Baytown, TX
975 2-10-2 F-1: Illinois Ry Museum; Union, IL
982 2-10-2 F-1: restored by Texas Railroad Preservation Association; 600 block of Avenida de las Americas, Houston, Texas