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Equipment Rosters

The first order for rolling stock on the DSP&P went out in 1874 for 30 flat cars, 5 box cars, 5 coal cars, a coach, a combine, and 6 excursion cars. This initial batch of cars plus 2 small locomotives were sufficient for construction and revenue service for the next four years. Further construction brought the flat car count up to around 100, and these were also probably used as coal cars or ballast cars when needed. Subsequent orders over the next 10 years brought the total fleet of freight cars up to about 1300. The passener car fleet reached about 40 cars of various kinds -- many survived until the C&S era.

During the 1878 - 1885 period, the locomotive roster rose to 74, after which the number decined slowly due to re-assignment and old age. All but one of the Mason Bogies were gone before the C&S era, but most of the others survived well past 1899, through a number of rebuilds to modernize the motive power.

Below is my simplified roster that can be used to put appropriate car numbers on commercial, kit-bashed,  or scratchbuilt models, as well as to see the evolution of the rolling stock up to the C&S takeover.

All the other rosters publised over the years are given below for further reference.

Ross Crain's DSP&P Cumulative Roster
 

DSP&P RR LOCOMOTIVES   1874 - 1899 

ORIG # NAME 1885 #, C&S # TYPE MFG BUILT
1 Fairplay 4 2-6-0 D&B 1874
2 Platte Canyon 283 4-4-0 D&B 1874
3 Oro City 40 2-6-6T Mason 1878
4 San Juan 41 2-6-6T Mason 1878
5 Leadville 291 2-6-6T Mason 1878
6 Tenmile 42 2-6-6T Mason 1879
7 Gunnison 43 2-6-6T Mason 1879
8 Lake City 44 2-6-6T Mason 1879
9 Kenosha 50 2-6-6T Mason 1879
10 Granite 45 2-6-6T Mason 1879
11 Ouray 46 2-6-6T Mason 1879
12 Como 47 2-6-6T Mason 1879
13 Ruby 48 2-6-6T Mason 1879
14 Twin Lakes 58 2-6-6T Mason 1879
15 Breckenridge 51 2-6-6T Mason 1879
16 Eureka 52 2-6-6T Mason 1879
17 == 140 2-6-0 D&B 1875
18 == 141 2-6-0 D&B 1875
19 == 142 2-6-0 D&B 1875
20 Silverton 53 2-6-6T Mason 1879
21 Pitkin City 54 2-6-6T Mason 1879
22 Crested Butte 55 2-6-6T Mason 1879
23 Grant 56 2-6-6T Mason 1879
24 Buena Vista 57, C&S 1 2-6-6T Mason 1880
25 Alpine 240 2-8-6T Mason 1880
26 Rico 241 2-8-6T Mason 1880
27 Roaring Fork 242 2-8-6T Mason 1880
28 Denver 243 2-8-6T Mason 1880
29 == 156, C&S 21 2-6-0 Brooks 1882
30 Morrison 157 2-6-0 Brooks 1882
31 Hilltop 158 2-6-0 Brooks 1882
32 == 159 2-6-0 Brooks 1882
33 Webster 160, C&S 3 2-6-0 Brooks 1882
34 Alma 161, C&S 17 2-6-0 Brooks 1882
35 Dillon 162, C&S 22 2-6-0 Brooks 1882
36 == 163, C&S 18 2-6-0 Brooks 1882
37 == 164, C&S 19 2-6-0 Brooks 1882
38 Chihuahua 165, C&S 20 2-6-0 Brooks 1882
39 == 109, C&S 4 2-6-0 Cooke 1884
40 == 110, C&S 5 2-6-0 Cooke 1884
41 == 198, C&S 37 2-8-0 Cooke 1883
42 == 199, C&S 38 2-8-0 Cooke 1883
43 == 200, C&S 39 2-8-0 Cooke 1883
44 == 201, C&S 40 2-8-0 Cooke 1883
45 == 202, C&S 41 2-8-0 Cooke 1883
46 == 203, C&S 42 2-8-0 Cooke 1883
47 == 204, C&S 43 2-8-0 Cooke 1883
48 == 205, C&S 44 2-8-0 Cooke 1883
49 == 206, C&S 45 2-8-0 Cooke 1883
50 == 190, C&S 30 2-8-0 BLW 1880
51 == 191, C&S 31 2-8-0 BLW 1880
52 == 192, C&S 32 2-8-0 BLW 1880
53 == 193 2-8-0 BLW 1880
54 == 194, C&S 33 2-8-0 BLW 1880
55 == 195, C&S 34 2-8-0 BLW 1880
56 == 196, C&S 35 2-8-0 BLW 1880
57 == 197, C&S 36 2-8-0 BLW 1880
58 == 207, C&S 46 2-8-0 Cooke 1883
59 == 208, C&S 47 2-8-0 Cooke 1883
60 == 209, C&S 48 2-8-0 Cooke 1883
61 == 210, C&S 49 2-8-0 Cooke 1883
62 == 211, C&S 50 2-8-0 Cooke 1883
63 == 212, C&S 51 2-8-0 Cooke 1883
64 == 213, C&S 52 2-8-0 Cooke 1883
65 == 214, C&S 53 2-8-0 Cooke 1883
66 == 215, C&S 54 2-8-0 Cooke 1883
67 == 216, C&S 55 2-8-0 Cooke 1883
68 == 217, C&S 56 2-8-0 Cooke 1883
69 == 111, C&S 6 2-6-0 Cooke 1884
70 == 112, C&S 7 2-6-0 Cooke 1884
71 == 113, C&S 8 2-6-0 Cooke 1884
72 == 114, C&S 9 2-6-0 Cooke 1884
73 == 115, C&S 10 2-6-0 Cooke 1884
74 == 116, C&S 11 2-6-0 Cooke 1884
D&RG 163 == Leased 1885-86 4-6-0 Baldwin 1882
D&RG 164 == Leased 1885-86 4-6-0 Baldwin 1882
 

DSP&P RR PASSENGER CARS   1874 - 1906 

ORIG # TYPE 1885, 1899. 1906 LENGTH MFG BUILT
1  Auraria Combine 700, 122, 22 35 Hallack 1874
2  Denver Coach = 35 Hallack 1874
3  Geneva Coach 63, 160, 56 40 Barney&Smith 1878
4 HallsValley Combine 64, 158, 77 40 Barney&Smith 1878
5  Leadville Coach 65, 159, 57 40 Barney&Smith 1878
6 (No Name) Combine 701, 123, 23 35 DSP&P 1879
7  Como Coach 56, 154 / 129, 28 40 DSP&P 1879
8 (No Name) Comb / Chair 702, 124, 27 40 DSP&P 1879
40 Baggage 1000, 102, 1 34 DSP&P 1879
41 Baggage 1001, 103, = 34 DSP&P 1879
42 Bag-Mail-Expr 1300, 113 / 105, 4 39 DSP&P 1879
South Park Sleeper 176, 1, B-1, 910 42 Pullman 1879
Bonanza Sleeper 177, 146 / 116, 41 42 Pullman 1879
San Juan Sleeper = 42 Pullman 1879
Leadville Sleeper 179, 148 / 118, 43 42 Pullman 1879
9 Coach 57 / 708, 128, 29 42 DSP&P 1880
10 Coach 58 / 709, = , = 42 DSP&P 1880
2 (2nd) Coach 55. = , = 35 Gilbert, Bush 1880
11 Coach 54, = , = 35 Gilbert, Bush 1880
12 Coach 50, = , = 35 Gilbert, Bush 1880
13 Coach 51, = , = 35 Gilbert, Bush 1880
14 Coach 52, = , = 35 Gilbert, Bush 1880
15 Coach 53, = , = 35 Gilbert, Bush 1880
16 ** Coach 59, 155, 50 35 Bowers, Dure 1880 **
17 ** Coach 56, 156, 51 35 Bowers, Dure 1880 **
18 Coach 68, 163, 79 42 Pullman 1880
19 Coach 69, = , = 42 Pullman 1880
20 Coach 66, 162, 77 42 Pullman 1880
21 Coach 67, 161. 78 42 Pullman 1880
22 ** Coach 61, 157, 52 35 Bowers,Dure 1880 **
23 ** Combine 703, 126, 25 35 Bowers,Dure 1880 **
24 ** Coach 62, = , = 35 Bowers,Dure 1880 **
25 ** Combine 704, 125, 24 35 Bowers,Dure 1880 **
43 Bag-Mail-Expr 1301, 114, 13 42 Pullman 1880
44 Bag-Mail-Expr 1302, 115, = 42 Pullman 1880
26 Combine 705, 127, 26 40 Ohio Falls 1880
45 Baggage 1002, 104, 2 34 DSP&P 1880
050 Officer 025. UP06, SP20 43 DSP&P 1880
051 Pay 026, B-2, 911 36 DSP&P 1880
Hortense Sleeper =, (NdeM) 42 Pullman 1882
Kenosha Sleeper =, (NdeM) 42 Pullman 1882
27 Coach 70, 164, 80 42 Pullman 1884
28 Coach 71, 165. 81 42 Pullman 1884
0515 (Box) Business 025(2nd), B-3, 912 26 DSP&P 1886
** AT&SF Coaches built 1875 purchased 1880 by DSP&P, 2 rebuilt to combines

DSP&P RR WAYCARS   1874 - 1912 

ORIG # TYPE 1885++ C&S 1899 C&S 1912 LENGTH MFG BUILT
60 Waycar 1500 303 1002 18-19 DSP 1879
61 Waycar == == == 18-19 DSP 1879
62 Waycar == == == 18-19 DSP 1880
63 Waycar 1501 == == 18-19 DSP 1880
64 Waycar 1502 == == 18-19 DSP 1880
65 Waycar 1503 304 1003 18-19 DSP 1881
66 Waycar 1504 == == 18-19 DSP 1881
67 Waycar 1505 305 1004 18-19 DSP 1881
68 Waycar 1506 == == 18-19 DSP 1882
69 Waycar 1507 306 1005 18-19 UP 1882
70 Waycar 1508 307 == 18-19 UP 1882
71 Waycar 1509 == == 18-19 UP 1882
72 Waycar 1510 == == 18-19 UP 1882
73 Waycar 1511 308 1006 18-19 UP 1882
74 Waycar 1512 == == 18-19 UP 1883
75 Waycar 1513 309 1007 18-19 UP 1883
76 Waycar 1514 310 1008 18-19 UP 1883
77 Waycar 1515 311 == 18-19 UP 1883
78 Waycar 1516 312 1009 v18-19 UP 1883
79 Waycar 1517 == == 18-19 UP 1884
80 Waycar 1518 313 1010 18-19 UP 1884
81 Waycar 1519 314 1011 18-19 UP 1884
82 Waycar 1520 == == 18-19 UP 1884

DSP&P RR FREIGHT CARS   1874 - 1899 

ORIG # TYPE 1885 # LENGTH MFG BUILT
1-74 Flat 3000-3018 26 Hallack 1874
74-99 Flat 3019-3025 26 Barney & Smith 1874
74-99 Flat / Lime 3026-3032 26 Barney & Smith 1874
100-299 Flat / Lime 3033-3036 26 Litchfield 1879
100-299 Flat 3037-3221 26 Litchfield 1879
== Flat 3480-3499 30 Peninsular 1884
100-299 Flat / Coal 8000-8038 26 Litchfield 1879
300-399 Coal 8114-8213 26 UP 1882
400-467 Coal == 26 Litchfield 1879
468-499 Coal 8039-8069 27 UP 1883
500-504 Box == 23 Hallack 1874
505-511 Reefer 24000-24011 26 DSP 1880
512-514 Box 24082-24103 26 DSP 1880
515-529 Box 26 B&S 1878
530-554 Box 26 Litchfield 1879
555-559 Reefer 24012-24026 26 DSP 1880
560-739 Box 24104-24275 26 Litchfield 1879
740-799 Box 24276-24410 27 UP 1883
800-849 Box 27 UP 1882
850-889 Box 27 UP 1883
890-919 Charcoal 24041-24074 31 UP 1883
920-969 Box 24411-24558 30 UP 1883
970-1049 Box 30 Peninsular 1883
1050-1064 Reefer 24012-24026 27 St Charles 1883
1080-1099 Box 24559-24570 30 Peninsular 1884
== Box 24075-24081 24 LaMothe ? 1885
1100-1199 Flat 3300-3399 27 Peninsular 1884
1200-1206 Stock 18000-18006 26 DSP 1801 ?
1207-1208 Stock 18007-18008 26 DSP 1801 ?
1200-1299 Flat 3400-3499 27 Peninsular 1884
1300-1343 Coal 8070-8113 27 UP 1884
1344-1443 Coal 8900-8999 30 Peninsular 1884
== Coal 7998-7999 18 == 1884

DSP&P RR MOW CARS   1874 - 1899

ORIG # TYPE 1885 # LENGTH MFG BUILT
724 Box/Tool Car 02513-02514 26 Litchfield 1879
0477 Flat/Truck Car 02515 27 UP 1883
0692 Derrick Outfit ? 26 Litchfield 1879
0125 Derrick Tender ? 27 Litchfield 1879
0103 Derrick 02510 26 Litchfield 1879
05 to 08 Flanger 05-08 ? UP 1885-87
010 Snow Plow ?? == ?? 1879 ?
011 Rotary Plow 064, 01, 99200 33 Cooke / Leslie 1885
012 to 014 Snow Plow ?? == ?? 1885 ?
== Pile Driver 02505 ? ? 1894
== Boarding 02501-02504 ? ? 1879 ?

 

James Ehernberger's DSP&P Roster
Extracts from James Ehernberger's "Union Pacific Equipment List - 1885" are shwn below. These tables are from original Union Pacific documents and reflect the state of he DSP&P eauipment in 1885. The lists include highly detailed specifications of locomotives and passenger cars, along with the pre- and post-1885 rolling stock numbers. This number cross reference will help in modeling older equipment from plans and folios of a more modern era.

DSP&P LOCOMOTIVE NUMBERS PRE amd POST 1885



DSP&P LOCOMOTIVE ROSTER and SPECIFICATIONS -- 1885
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SNOWPLOWS and FLANGERS - 1885


DSP&P ROLLING STOCK ASSIGNED NUMBERS            CAR INVENTORY - 1885

 


DSP&P PASSENGER CAR NUMBERS and SPECIFICATIONS - 1885




DSP&P ROLLING STOCK CAR NUMBERS USED and ASSIGNED - 1885




Ron Rudnick's DSP&P Rolling Stock ROSTERS
Extracts of rolling stock rosters from varios years contained in Ron Rudnick's "DSP&P Modeling Guide" are shown below. Ron's exhaustive research, sharp deductive skills, and immaculate draftsmanship combine to make his Modeling Guide a "must have" item for any DSP&P fan or modeler.

The first order for rolling stock on the DSP&P went out in 1874 for 30 flat cars, 5 box cars, 5 coal cars, a coach, a combine, and 6 excursion cars. This initial batch of cars plus 2 small locomotives were sufficient for construction and revenue service for the next four years. Further construction brought the flat car count up to around 100, and these were also probably used as coal cars or ballast cars when needed. Subsequent orders over the next 10 years brought the total fleet of freight cars up to about 1300. The passener car fleet reached about 40 cars of various kinds -- many survived until the C&S era.

 

Ron Rudnick's DSP&P Rolling Stock Rosters

March 1879 DSP&P Roster

July 1880 DSP&P Roster

Box Cars

5 Hallack Brothers

10 Barney & Smith

5 DSP&P, B&S trks

25 Litchfield
 

1 Coach

1 Combine

Flat Cars

35 Hallack Brothers

25 Barney & Smith

25 DSP&R, B&S trks

25 Litchfield.

6 Excursion Cars

19 Mason Bogiws

1 Dawson & Bailey 4-4-0

4 Dawson & Bailey 2-6-0

8 Baldwin 2-8-0

26 First Class Coaches

5 Baggage Cars

260 Flat Cars

30 Coal Cars

250 Box Cars

1882 Additions

1883 Additions

50 Box Cars #800-849

100 Coal Cars #300-399

100 Box Cars #740-799, #850-889

20 Charcoal Cars #890-909 @$662.02

15 Refrigerator Cars #1050-1064

50 Coal Cars #468-499, #1300-1317

2 Charcoal Care #910-911

3 Caboose #76-78

50 Box Care

7 Charcoal Care #912-918

25 Coal Cars #1318-1342

January 1884 DSP&P Roster

 December 1884 UP / DSP&P  Roster

Box

Box

Box

Box

Flat

Flat

Coal

Coal

Stock

Refrigerator

Refrigerator

Refrigerator

Caboose

#512-554

#560-1049

#1065-1079
#1080-1099

#100-299

#1100-1299

#300-499

#1300-1443

#1200-1208

#505-511

#555-559

#1050-1064

#60-79

12 first class coaches
16 second class coaches
3 baggage
cars
3 mail-baggage-express cars
5 Pullman sleepers
2 officer and pay cars
550 box Cars
329 coal
cars
322 flat
cars
27 refrigerator
cars
9 stock cars
21 Waycars
1 derrick
1 wrecking
1 pile driver

June 1884 DSP&P Roster / Specifications

Dec 1885 UP / DSP&P Roster / Specifications

1885 DSP&P Car Number Cross Reference

1887 DSP&P Roster / Specifications

1896 DL&G Roster / Specifications

 
 


 

Darrell Poole's DSP&P Refrigerator Car Roster
This table was extracts
from Darrell Poole's Narrow Gauge and Shortline Gazette article. The list takes us into the C&S era, which is a big help in cross-referencing C&S plans and folios back to their DSP&P roots. It also untangles duplicate car numbers applied to new equipment purchased by C&S long after the original cars had disappeared.

 


 

Robert Sloan's DSP&P Freight Car Roster List
This page contains a rolling stock rosterfrom  Robert Sloan's "Narrow Gauge Data Book". Thjs list take us into the C&S era, which is a big help in cross-referencing C&S plans and folios back to their DSP&P roots.

 




Note DSP&P Boxcars should include 512-554, 560-799, and 800-1180 should read 800-1049, 1080-1099

 

Robert Grandt's DSP&P RosterS
This page contains etracts from Robert Grandt's coverage of locomotives, waycars, and MOW cars
from "Narrow Gauge Pictorial" Volumes VI and VIII. These lists all take us into the C&S era, which is a big help in cross-referencing C&S plans and folios back to their DSP&P roots. Robert's coverage of the DSP&P waycars is especially valuable in sorting out the many renumberings, as well as the timing of appearances and disappearances over their long liftime.

 

Robert Grandt's LOCOMOTIVE Roster - 1900
Extract from "Narrow Gauge Pictorial" Volumes VI. DSP&P locos scrapped before 1900 are not included.



 

C&S PASSENGER CARS 1899 and 1906
Extract from "Narrow Gauge Pictorial" Volumes VIII. List below includes cars from Colorado Central.



 

DSP&P / DL&G WAYCARS 1885 to 1902
Extract from "Narroe Gauge Pictorial", Vol VIII

 

DSP&P / DL&G MOW EQUIPMENT 1885 to 1934
Extract from "Narroe Gauge Pictorial", Vol XIII
        C&S 1900 number in left hand column



Utah-Rails DSP&P Locomotive Roster
This page is extracted from
Utah Rails' DSP&P Locomotive Roster. There are minor differences between this roster and the Eherkberger and Grandt rosters, in particular as to whether DSP&P #24 and # 33 entered the C&S roster in 1899.

 

Notes: Cyls = Cylinder Diameter x Stroke in inches, eg "14x18"
          Drv = Drive Wheel Diameter in inches, eg "38"

          Date Off = Date locomotive removed from roster OR locomotive number after transfer to C&S in 1899.

 

DSP&P
Number
Type Name Builder Builder
Number
Date
Built
1885 DSP&P
Number
Date
Off
Cyls
 in
Drv in
DSP&P 1 2-6-0 Fairplay National 194 Apr 1873 DSP&P 4 1887 11x16 34
DSP&P 2 4-4-0 Platte Canon National 207 Sep 1874 DSP&P 283 1890 13x18 44
DSP&P 3 2-6-6T Oro City Mason 591 May 1878 DSP&P 40 1890 12x16 34
DSP&P 4 2-6-6T San Juan Mason 597 Nov 1878 DSP&P 41 1889 12x16 34
DSP&P 5 2-6-6T Leadville Mason 589 Jan 1878 DSP&P 291   12x16 34
DSP&P 6 2-6-6T Tenmile Mason 599 Apr 1879 DSP&P 42 1889 12x16 34
DSP&P 7 2-6-6T Gunnison Mason 600 Apr 1879 DSP&P 43 1889 12x16 34
DSP&P 8 2-6-6T Lake City Mason 601 May 1879 DSP&P 44 1889 12x16 34
DSP&P 9 2-6-6T Kenosha Mason 602 May 1879 DSP&P 50 1886 12x16 34
DSP&P 10 2-6-6T Granite Mason 607 Aug 1879 DSP&P 45 1890 12x16 34
DSP&P 11 2-6-6T Ouray Mason 608 Aug 1879 DSP&P 46 1890 12x16 34
DSP&P 12 2-6-6T Como Mason 609 Sep 1879 DSP&P 47 1890 12x16 34
DSP&P 13 2-6-6T Ruby Mason 610 Sep 1879 DSP&P 48 1890 12x16 34
DSP&P 14 2-6-6T Twin Lakes Mason 611 Oct 1879 DSP&P 58 ~1894 12x16 34
DSP&P 15 2-6-6T Breckenridge Mason 612 Oct 1879 DSP&P 51 ~1894 12x16 34
DSP&P 16 2-6-6T Eureka Mason 613 Nov 1879 DSP&P 52 ~1894 12x16 34
DSP&P 17  2-6-0 ex C&StL 20 National 204 Jan 1875 DSP&P 140 ~1889 14x22 47
DSP&P 18  2-6-0 ex C&StL 22 National 205 Feb 1875 DSP&P 141 ~1889 14x22 47
DSP&P 19  2-6-0 ex C&StL 23 National 206 Feb 1875 DSP&P 142 ~1889 14x22 47
DSP&P 20 2-6-6T Silverton Mason 614 Nov 1879 DSP&P 53 ~189? 14x16  38
DSP&P 21 2-6-6T Pitkin City Mason 615 Dec 1879 DSP&P 54 ~189? 14x16  38
DSP&P 22 2-6-6T Crested Butte Mason 616 Dec 1879 DSP&P 55 ~189? 14x16  38
DSP&P 23 2-6-6T Grant Mason 617 Feb 1880 DSP&P 56 ~189? 14x16  38
DSP&P 24 2-6-6T Buena Vista Mason 618 Feb 1880 DSP&P 57 C&S 1 14x16  38
DSP&P 25 2-8-6T Alpine Mason 623 Jun 1880 DSP&P 240 1894 15x20 38
DSP&P 26 2-8-6T Rico Mason 624 Jun 1880 DSP&P 241 1894 15x20 38
DSP&P 27 2-8-6T Roaring Fork Mason 628 Aug 1880 DSP&P 242 1894 15x20 38
DSP&P 28 2-8-6T Denver Mason 632 Oct 1880 DSP&P 243 1894 15x20 38
DSP&P 29 2-6-0   Brooks 713 May 1882 DSP&P 156 to C&S 21 15x18 38
DSP&P 30 2-6-0 Morrison Brooks 714 May 1882 DSP&P 157 Dec 1897 15x18 38
DSP&P 31 2-6-0 Hilltop Brooks 727 Jun 1882 DSP&P 158  ~189?  15x18 38
DSP&P 32 2-6-0   Brooks 728 Jun 1882 DSP&P 159 Sep 1898 15x18 38
DSP&P 33 2-6-0 Webster Brooks 742 Jul 1882 DSP&P 160  C&S 3 15x18 38
DSP&P 34 2-6-0 Alma Brooks 743 Jul 1882 DSP&P 161 C&S 17 15x18 38
DSP&P 35 2-6-0 Dillon Brooks 755 Aug 1882 DSP&P 162 C&S 22 15x18 38
DSP&P 36 2-6-0   Brooks 756 Aug 1882 DSP&P 163 1892 15x18 38
DSP&P 37 2-6-0   Brooks 782 Sep 1882 DSP&P 164 C&S 19  15x18 38
DSP&P 38 2-6-0 Chihuahua Brooks 783 Sep 1882 DSP&P 165 C&S 20 15x18 38
DSP&P 39 2-6-0 ________ Cooke 1550 Feb 1884 DSP&P 109 C&S 4 14x18 40
DSP&P 40 2-6-0   Cooke 1551 Feb 1884 DSP&P 110 C&S 5 14x18 40
DSP&P 41 2-8-0 _________ Cooke 1478 Jun 1883 DSP&P 198 C&S 37 15x18 36
DSP&P 42 2-8-0   Cooke 1479 Jun 1883 DSP&P 199 C&S 38 15x18 36
DSP&P 43 2-8-0   Cooke 1480 Jun 1883 DSP&P 200 C&S 39 15x18 36
DSP&P 44 2-8-0   Cooke 1481 Jun 1883 DSP&P 201 C&S 40 15x18 36
DSP&P 45 2-8-0   Cooke 1482 Jun 1883 DSP&P 202 C&S 41 15x18 36
DSP&P 46 2-8-0   Cooke 1483 Jun 1883 DSP&P 203 C&S 42 15x18 36
DSP&P 47 2-8-0   Cooke 1484 Jul 1883 DSP&P 204 C&S 43 15x18 36
DSP&P 48 2-8-0   Cooke 1485 Jul 1883 DSP&P 205 C&S 44 15x18 36
DSP&P 49 2-8-0   Cooke 1486 Jul 1883 DSP&P 206 C&S 45 15x18 36
DSP&P 50 2-8-0 ________ Baldwin 4917 Jan 1880 DSP&P 190 C&S 30 15x18 37
DSP&P 51 2-8-0   Baldwin 4919 Jan 1880 DSP&P 191 C&S 31 15x18 37
DSP&P 52 2-8-0   Baldwin 4926 Jan 1880 DSP&P 192 C&S 32 15x18 37
DSP&P 53 2-8-0   Baldwin 4930 Jan 1880 DSP&P 193 18899 15x18 37
DSP&P 54 2-8-0   Baldwin 4958 Feb 1880 DSP&P 194 C&S 33 15x18 37
DSP&P 55 2-8-0   Baldwin 4951 Feb 1880 DSP&P 195 C&S 34 15x18 37
DSP&P 56 2-8-0   Baldwin 4955 Feb 1880 DSP&P 196 C&S 35 15x18 37
DSP&P 57 2-8-0   Baldwin 4957 Feb 1880 DSP&P 197 C&S 36 15x18 37
DSP&P 58 2-8-0 ______ Cooke 1487 Jul 1883 DSP&P 207 C&S 46 15x18 36
DSP&P 59     Cooke 1494 Aug 1883 DSP&P 208 C&S 47 15x18 36
DSP&P 60     Cooke 1495 Aug 1883 DSP&P 209 C&S 48 15x18 36
DSP&P 61     Cooke 1496 Aug 1883 DSP&P 210 C&S 49 15x18 36
DSP&P 62     Cooke 1497 Aug 1883 DSP&P 211 C&S 50 15x18 36
DSP&P 63     Cooke 1498 Aug 1883 DSP&P 212 C&S 51 15x18 36
DSP&P 64     Cooke 1499 Aug 1883 DSP&P 213 C&S 52 15x18 36
DSP&P 65     Cooke 1500 Sep 1883 DSP&P 214 C&S 53 15x18 36
DSP&P 66     Cooke 1501 Sep 1883 DSP&P 215 C&S 54 15x18 36
DSP&P 67     Cooke 1502 Sep 1883 DSP&P 216 C&S 55 15x18 36
DSP&P 68     Cooke 1503 Sep 1883 DSP&P 217 C&S 56 15x18 36
DSP&P 69 2-6-0 ____ Cooke 1552 Feb 1884 DSP&P 111 C&S 6 14x18 40
DSP&P 70 2-6-0   Cooke 1553 Feb 1884 DSP&P 112 C&S 7 14x18 40
DSP&P 71 2-6-0   Cooke 1554 Feb 1884 DSP&P 113 C&S 8 14x18 40
DSP&P 72 2-6-0   Cooke 1555 Feb 1884 DSP&P 114 C&S 9 14x18 40
DSP&P 73 2-6-0   Cooke 1556 Feb 1884 DSP&P 115 C&S 10 14x18 40
DSP&P 74 2-6-0   Cooke 1557 Feb 1884 DSP&P 116 C&S 11 14x18 40

 

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