Tulsa-Sapulpa Union Railway EMD SW1 Roster

SW1 Builder List | SW1 Roster Index

1st No.2nd No.3rd No.4th No.BldrDateOrderPhase
Total3
Wabash 105T-SU 105T-SU 10110755/40E311I
Wabash 108T-SU 108T-SU 10247304/47E823IIa
EJ&E 229Industrial Maintenance 229T-SU 229T-SU 10311669/40E338Ia
Wabash 105T-SU 10510755/40E311I
GN 82BN 82Clarkland Quarry 82T-SU 106101201/504027III
Wabash 108T-SU 10847304/47E823IIa

Acquisitions

  • T-SU 103 – ex Elgin Joliet & Eastern 229, acquired in 1963 via Whisler Equipment (dealer)
  • T-SU 105 – ex Wabash 105, acquired May, 1960, renumbered T-SU 101 in 1973
  • T-SU 108 – ex Wabash 108, acquired April, 1964, renumbered T-SU 102 in 1973

Disposition

  • LRS Companies LRSX 101, 102 – ex T-SU 101, 102
  • Transit Tank Car Company, Fordyce, Arkansas – ex T-SU 106

Succession

  • T-SU 101 – built as Wabash 105 > to Tulsa-Supulpa Union 105, May, 1960 > renumbered Tulsa-Sapulpa Union 101 in 1973 > to LRS Companies LRSX 101 in November, 2009 > scrapped in September, 2010
  • T-SU 102 – built as Wabash 108 > to Tulsa-Sapulpa Union 108, April, 1964 > renumbered Tulsa-Sapulpa Union 102 in 1973 > to LRS Companies LRSX 102 in November, 2009 > scrapped in September, 2011
  • T-SU 103 – built as Elgin Joliet & Eastern 229  > to Industrial Maintenance Suervices 229 in January, 1963, via Whisler Equipment > to Tulsa-Sapulpa Union 229 > renumbered Tulsa-Sapulpa Union 103 in 1973
  • T-SU 106 – built as Great Northern 82 > to Burlington Northern 82 in the 1970 merger > retired February, 1982 >  to Clarkland Quarry 82, August, 1982 > to Tulsa-Sapulpa Union 106 > to Transit Tank Car Company, Fordyce, Arkansas, in 1988

Reference

  • Don Dover and George Berghoff, “Wabash Railroad All Time Diesel Roster,” Extra 2200 South, April May June 1990 (90), pgs 17-25
  • EJ&E Archive – Elgin Joliet & Eastern SW1 roster
  • Dick Will and Dave Novak, “Elgin Joliet and Eastern Ry. Co.,” Extra 2200 South, Issue 41 (July/August 1973), pgs 15-19
  • T-SU roster, Extra 2200 South, Issue 41 (July/August 1973) p 28