Southern Pacific FM 12-44 Roster

H12-44 Builder List | H12-44 Roster Index | H12-44 Phases

1st No.2nd No.3rd No.4th No.BldrDateOrderPhase
Total45
SP 1486SP 235012L6539/52LD-140II
SP 1487SP 235112L6549/52LD-140II
SP 1488SP 235212L6559/52LD-140II
SP 1489SP 235312L6569/52LD-140II
SP 1490SP 235412L6579/52LD-140II
SP 1491SP 235512L65810/52LD-140II
SP 1529SP 235612L7605/53LD-154III
SP 1530SP 235712L7615/53LD-154III
SP 1531SP 235812L7625/53LD-154III
SP 1532SP 235912L7635/53LD-154III
SP 1533SP 236012L7645/53LD-154III
SP 1534SP 236112L7655/53LD-154III
SP 1535SP 236212L7665/53LD-154III
SP 1536SP 236312L7718/53LD-154III
SP 1537SP 236412L7728/53LD-154III
SP 1538SP 236512L7738/53LD-154III
SP 1568SP 236612L8331/56LD-186IIIa
SP 1569SP 236712L8341/56LD-186IIIa
SP 1570SP 236812L8351/56LD-186IIIa
SP 1571SP 236912L8361/56LD-186IIIa
SP 1572SP 237012L9761/56LD-186IIIa
SP 1573SP 237112L9771/56LD-186IIIa
SP 1574SP 237212L9782/56LD-186IIIa
(T&NO 119)SP 1575SP 237312L9792/56LD-186IIIa
(T&NO 120)SP 1576SP 237412L9802/56LD-186IIIa
SP 1577SP 237512L106210/56LD-201IV
SP 1578SP 237612L106310/56LD-201IV
SP 1579SP 237712L106410/56LD-201IV
SP 1580SP 237812L106510/56LD-201IV
SP 1581SP 237912L106610/56LD-201IV
SP 1582SP 238012L106710/56LD-201IV
SP 1583SP 238112L106810/56LD-201IV
SP 1584SP 238212L106910/56LD-201IV
SP 1585SP 238312L107011/56LD-201IV
SP 1586SP 238412L107111/56LD-201IV
SP 1587SP 238512L10721/57LD-205IV
SP 1588SP 238612L10731/57LD-205IV
SP 1589SP 238712L10741/57LD-205IV
SP 1590SP 238812L10751/57LD-205IV
SP 1591SP 238912L10761/57LD-205IV
SP 1592SP 239012L10771/57LD-205IV
SP 1593SP 239112L10781/57LD-205IV
SP 1594SP 239212L10791/57LD-205IV
SP 1595SP 239312L10802/57LD-205IV
SP 1596SP 239412L10812/57LD-205IV

Preservation

  • Museum of the American Railroad, Frisco, Texas – ex SP 2379

DIspositions

  • Age of Steam Museum, Dallas, Texas – ex SP 2379 (moved to Museum of the American Railroad)
  • Levin Metals, Richmond, California – ex SP 2350, 2368
  • Metal Processing, Inc., El Paso, Texas – ex SP 2356, 2357, 2358, 2359, 2370, 2371, 2379, 2380, 2382, 2384, 2386, 2388, 2389, 2391, 2392, 2394
  • Museum of the American Railroad, Frisco, Texas – ex SP 2379
  • Pacific Terminals, Inc., Long Beach, California – ex SP 2360, 2378, 2390
  • Purdy Metals, Benicia, California – ex SP 2361, 2366, 2373, 2374, 2385
  • Purdy Metals, Ewing, California – ex SP 2354, 2355, 2364, 2367, 2369, 2393
  • Purdy Metals, South San Francisco, California – ex SP 2351, 2353, 2375, 2376, 2387
  • Schnitzer Steel, Oakland, California – ex SP 2352, 2362, 2364, 2365, 2372, 2381
  • Southwest Portland Cement, El Paso, Texas – ex SP 2379
  • W. Silver, El Paso, Texas – ex SP 2377

Succession

  • SP 1486 > renumbered SP 2350 in the 1965 general renumbering > retired January, 1975 > sold for scrap to Levin Metals, Richmond, California, May, 1975
  • SP 1487 > renumbered SP 2351 in the 1965 general renumbering > retired May, 1974 > sold for scrap to Purdy Metals, South San Francisco, California, September 1974
  • SP 1488 > renumbered SP 2352 in the 1965 general renumbering > retired May, 1973 > sold for scrap to Schnitzer Steel, Oakland, California, November, 1973
  • SP 1489 > renumbered SP 2353 in the 1965 general renumbering > retired November, 1973 > sold for scrap to Purdy Metals, South San Francisco, California, February, 1974
  • SP 1490 > renumbered SP 2354 in the 1965 general renumbering > retired August, 1974 > sold for scrap to Purdy Metals, Ewing, California, December, 1974
  • SP 1491 > renumbered SP 2355 in the 1965 general renumbering > retired August, 1974 > sold for scrap Purdy Metals, Ewing, California, December, 1974
  • SP 1529 > renumbered SP 2356 in the 1965 general renumbering > retired January, 1975 > sold for scrap to Metal Processing, Inc., El Paso, Texas, May, 1975, held for sale until 1979, then scrapped
  • SP 1530 > renumbered SP 2357 in the 1965 general renumbering  > retired February, 1975 > sold for scrap to Metal Processing, Inc., El Paso, Texas, May, 1975
  • SP 1531 > renumbered SP 2358 in the 1965 general renumbering > retired January, 1975 > sold for scrap to Metal Processing, Inc., El Paso, Texas, May, 1975
  • SP 1532 > renumbered SP 2359 in the 1965 general renumbering > retired February, 1975 > sold for scrap to Metal Processing, Inc., El Paso, Texas, May, 1975
  • SP 1533 > renumbered SP 2360 in the 1965 general renumbering > retired January, 1975 > sold for scrap to Purdy Metals, May, 1975 > scrapped by Pacific Terminals, Inc., Long Beach, California
  • SP 1534 > renumbered SP 2361 in the 1965 general renumbering > retired December, 1973 > sold for scrap to Purdy Metals, Benicia, California, May, 1974
  • SP 1535 > renumbered SP 2362 in the 1965 general renumbering > retired June, 1972 > traded in to EMD > scrapped Schnitzer Steel, Oakland, California, June, 1972
  • SP 1536 > renumbered SP 2363 in the 1965 general renumbering > retired August, 1974 > sold for scrap to Purdy Metals, Ewing, California, December, 1974
  • SP 1537 > renumbered SP 2364 in the 1965 general renumbering > retired September, 1972 > sold for scrap to Schnitzer Steel, Oakland, California, August, 1973
  • SP 1538 > renumbered SP 2365 in the 1965 general renumbering > retired September, 1972 > sold for scrap to Schnitzer Steel, Oakland, California, August, 1973
  • SP 1568 > renumbered SP 2366 in the 1965 general renumbering > retired August, 1973 > sold for scrap to Purdy Metals, Benicia, California, December, 1973
  • SP 1569 > renumbered SP 2367 in the 1965 general renumbering > retired June, 1974 > sold for scrap to Purdy Metals, Ewing, California, December, 1974
  • SP 1570 > renumbered SP 2368 in the 1965 general renumbering > retired December, 1974 > sold for scrap to Levin Metals, Richmond, California, May, 1974
  • SP 1571 > renumbered SP 2369 in the 1965 general renumbering > retired June, 1974 > sold for scrap to Purdy Metals, Ewing, California, December, 1974
  • SP 1572 > renumbered SP 2370 in the 1965 general renumbering > retired April, 1975 > sold for scrap to August, 1975 > sold for scrap to Metal Processing, Inc., El Paso, Texas, August, 1975
  • SP 1573 > renumbered SP 2371 in the 1965 general renumbering > retired October, 1974 > sold for scrap to Metal Processing, Inc., El Paso, Texas, January, 1974
  • SP 1574 > renumbered SP 2372 in the 1965 general renumbering > retired March, 1975 > sold for scrap to Schnitzer Steel, Oakland, California, August, 1975
  • SP 1575 – ordered as Texas & New Orleans 119 but diverted at Beloit > built as SP 1575 > renumbered SP 2373 in the 1965 general renumbering > retired August, 1973 > sold for scrap to Purdy Metals, Benicia, California, December, 1973
  • SP 1576 – ordered as Texas & New Orleans 120 but diverted at Beloit > built as SP 1576 > renumbered SP 2374 in the 1965 general renumbering > retired September, 1973 > sold for scrap to Purdy Metals, Benicia, California, December, 1973
  • SP 1577 > renumbered SP 2375 in the 1965 general renumbering > retired October, 1973 > sold for scrap to Purdy Metals, South San Francisco, California, February, 1974
  • SP 1578 > renumbered SP 2376 in the 1965 general renumbering > retired November, 1973 > sold for scrap to Purdy Metals, South San Francisco, California, February, 1974
  • SP 1579 > renumbered SP 2377 in the 1965 general renumbering > retired March, 1975 > sold for scrap to W. Silver, El Paso, Texas, June, 1975
  • SP 1580 > renumbered SP 2378 in the 1965 general renumbering > retired January, 1975 > sold for scrap to Purdy Metals, February, 1974 > scrapped by Pacific Terminals, Inc., Long Beach, California
  • SP 1581 > renumbered SP 2379 in the 1965 general renumbering > retired April, 1975 > sold for scrap to Metal Processing, Inc., El Paso, Texas, August, 1975 > sold to Southwestern Portland Cement, El Paso, Texas, 1976, rebuilt January, 1983 > moved to Odessa, Texas, in 1985, and repainted into Union Pacific colors > donated to Age of Steam Museum, Dallas, Texas, 1992 >
  • SP 1582 > renumbered SP 2380 in the 1965 general renumbering > retired January, 1975 > sold for scrap to Metal Processing, Inc., El Paso, Texas, May, 1975
  • SP 1583 > renumbered SP 2381 in the 1965 general renumbering > retired April, 1975 > sold for scrap to Schnitzer Steel, Oakland, California, August, 1975
  • SP 1584 > renumbered SP 2382 in the 1965 general renumbering > retired January, 1974 > sold for scrap to Metal Processing, Inc., El Paso, Texas, May, 1975
  • SP 1585 > renumbered SP 2383 in the 1965 general renumbering > retired March, 1972 > traded in to EMD > scrapped somewhere in the Bay Area
  • SP 1586 > renumbered SP 2384 in the 1965 general renumbering > retired May, 1974 > sold for scrap to Metal Processing, Inc., El Paso, Texas, September, 1974
  • SP 1587 > renumbered SP 2385 in the 1965 general renumbering > retired November, 1973 > scrapped by Southern Pacific at Bayshore, California, after it was determined the unit was unsafe to move > what was left was sold for scrap to Purdy Metals, Benicia, California, May, 1974
  • SP 1588 > renumbered SP 2386 in the 1965 general renumbering > retired September, 1974 > sold for scrap to Metal Processing, Inc., El Paso, Texas, December, 1974
  • SP 1589 >  renumbered SP 2387 in the 1965 general renumbering > retired August, 1974 > sold for scrap to Purdy Metals, South San Francisco, May, 1975
  • SP 1590 > renumbered SP 2388 in the 1965 general renumbering > retired January, 1974 > sold for scrap to Metal Processing, Inc., El Paso, Texas, May, 1974
  • SP 1591 > renumbered SP 2389 in the 1965 general renumbering > retired August, 1973 > sold for scrap to Metal Processing, Inc., El Paso, Texas, December, 1973
  • SP 1592 > renumbered SP 2390 in the 1965 general renumbering > retired January, 1975 > sold for scrap to Purdy Metals, May, 1975 > scrapped by Pacific Terminals, Inc., Long Beach, California
  • SP 1593 > renumbered SP 2391 in the 1965 general renumbering > retired May, 1975 > sold for scrap to Metal Processing, Inc., El Paso, Texas, August, 1975
  • SP 1594 > renumbered SP 2392 in the 1965 general renumbering > retired October, 1973 > sold for scrap to Metal Processing, Inc., El Paso, Texas, January, 1974
  • SP 1595 > renumbered SP 2393 in the 1965 general renumbering > retired September, 1974 > sold for scrap to Purdy Metals, Ewing, California, December, 1974
  • SP 1596 > renumbered SP 2394 in the 1965 general renumbering > retired December, 1974 > sold for scrap to Metal Processing, Inc., El Paso, Texas, May, 1975

Retirement

  • 1972 – SP 2362, 2364, 2365, 2382, 2383
  • 1973 – SP 2352, 2353, 2361, 2366, 2373, 2374, 2375, 2376, 2385, 2389, 2392
  • 1974 – SP 2351, 2354, 2355, 2364, 2367, 2368, 2369, 2371, 2382, 2384, 2386, 2387, 2388, 2393, 2394
  • 1975 – SP 2350, 2356, 2357, 2358, 2359, 2360, 2370, 2377, 2378, 2379, 2380, 2381, 2391

Trade in to EMD

  • 1972 – SP 2362, 2383

Reference

  • Digital Rail Artist – Fairbanks-Morse H12-44 Builder List and Phases
  • Joseph A. Strapac, Southern Pacific Diesel Locomotive Compendium, Volume 2: Post-1965 SP and Cotton Belt Numbers, Union Pacific Transition, Shade Tree Books, 2007, pgs 63-64

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