Southern Pacific Lines
Reporting mark SP
The SP reporting mark has become part of the Union Pacific system. Some locomotives continue to carry SP markings. Many freight cars continue to have SP reporting marks, when repainted typically keeping their SP reporting mark and number, while acquiring a UP logo.
Southern Pacific 101 GE AC4400CW diesel-electric locomotive (1 photo)
Southern Pacific 122 GE AC4400CW diesel-electric locomotive (6 photos)
Southern Pacific 7858 GE B30-7 diesel-electric locomotive (2 photos)
Southern Pacific 8195 GE Dash 9-44CW (UP C44-9W) diesel-electric locomotive (4 photos)
Southern Pacific 8564 GM EMD SD40T-2 diesel-electric locomotive (1 photo)
Southern Pacific 9740 GM EMD GP60 diesel-electric locomotive (2 photos)
Southern Pacific 242407 Box car (1 photo)
Southern Pacific 337637 Gondola car (10 photos)
Southern Pacific 516759 Autorack car (9 photos)
Southern Pacific MW 5602 MOW wheel flat car (1 photo)
Thumbnail images with captions are also available for these 10 items.
The Southern Pacific Lines merged with the Union Pacific system on 12 September 1998. [source: The Historical Guide to North American Railroads, Kalmbach Books, ISBN 0-89024-356-5, 2nd edition, 2000]
The official World Wide Web site of the Union Pacific railroad, the successor railroad of the merger, is at http://www.uprr.com.
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