Santa Fe Preserved Locomotives


Last revised: June 9, 2014
Maintained by Evan Werkema.


This is a list of all known preserved Santa Fe steam and diesel locomotives and self-propelled railcars (doodlebugs). If you know of any locomotives not listed or have updated information, drop us a line.


Sources:

Thanks also to Evan Stair, John Kirk, Keel Middleton, Jim Vicars, Richard Hitchcock, Arnold Morscher, Brent Frerck, Don Richardson, Bradley Linda, Ted Ellis, Russ Strodtz, Chris Kinoshita, Stuart Brancato, Ben Kroger, Robert Albertson, Tom Hughes, Doug Bailey, Jeff Terry, Brian Simon, Chris Fussell, and Tom C. Jones.


For comprehensive listings of preserved steam locomotives in America, please visit: www.steamlocomotive.info and steamlocomotive.com.


Steam Locomotives

NumberTypeLocationNotes
5
0-4-0
San Jose, CA, CT&RC trolley barn at History San Jose, Kelley Park. Built as Santa Fe Terminal 0-4-0T #1, later ATSF 2419, 02419, and 9419. Rebuilt for exhibition purposes and tender added 1948, renumbered 5, named "Little Buttercup." On loan from California State Railroad Museum, moved to San Jose April 3, 2008.
132
2-8-0
Topeka, KS, Kansas Museum of HistoryBuilt as 132, renumbered 2414, rebuilt to 0-8-0, restored to 2-8-0 for exhibition purposes 1941, renumbered 1, named "Cyrus K. Holliday." Renumbered 132 and restored to original appearance when put on display inside museum.
643
2-8-0
Oklahoma City, OK, State Fairgrounds, in courtyard of "Transportation Building." Built as ATSF 4-4-0 #73, rebuilt by ATSF to 2-8-0 in 1897
664
2-8-0
Los Angeles, CA, Travel Town Museum at Griffith ParkHeadlight missing (stolen?)
735
2-8-0
Lindsborg, KS, McPherson County Old Mill MuseumPreviously at Hutchinson, KS.
761
2-8-0
Wickenburg, AZ, beside Santa Fe depot (now Chamber of Commerce)Moved from Stone Park in Wickenburg, 2003. Displayed with SP drovers car.
762
2-8-0
Chanute, KS, Santa Fe Park.
769
2-8-0
Madrid, NM, Old Coal Mine MuseumDisplayed at former engine house (now theater)
811
2-8-0
Atchison, KS, Atchison Rail Museum, adjacent to Santa Fe freight depot
870
2-8-0
Santa Fe Springs, CA, Heritage Park.Previously at Madrid, NM, tender from 874. Displayed with ATSF caboose, other freight cars, Santa Fe Springs depot replica.
940
2-10-2
Bartlesville, OK, next to former MKT/AT&SF depotmoved from Nellie Johnstone Park December 2009.
AT&SF No. 940 Relocation, Preservation & Improvement Project
1010
2-6-2
Sacramento, CA, California State Railroad Museum.
1015
2-6-2
Emporia, KS, Fremont Park.With ATSF caboose 999262
1024
2-6-2
La Junta, CO, US-50 near Barnes Ave.Moved from Potter Park in April 2013.
1050
2-6-2
Independence, KS, Riverside Park. Photo by Don Richardson
1067
2-6-2
Wellington, KS, Sellers Park.Sometimes erroneously listed as 1057.
1073
2-6-2
Lawrence, KS, Central Park.
1079
2-6-2
Coffeyville, KS, Walter Johnson Park.
1080
2-6-2
Brownwood, TX, Margaret and Stuart Coleman Plaza (in front of depot)Formerly at Riverside Park, moved March 30, 1999.
1096
2-6-2
Blackwell, OK, Beatty Rogers ParkWith ex-TP&W bay window caboose 528 painted as "ATSF 999655"
1108
2-6-2
Ardmore, OK, City Park, 500 South Lake Murray Drive. Photo courtesy Brian Simon, June 2007..
1129
2-6-2
Las Vegas, NM, City Park.
1139
2-6-2
Dodge City, KS, Boot Hill Museum
1140
2-6-2
Doyline, LAStored at Camp Minden as Southern Pine Lumber 1140. Owned by Red River Valley Railroad Historical Society.
1316
4-6-2
Rusk, TX, Texas State Railroad. As TSR #500. Awaiting rebuild. Photo by Doyle Davis
1809
2-6-2
Slaton, TX, City Park.
1819
2-6-2
Lamar, CO, behind passenger station.
1880
2-6-2
Newton, KS, Military ParkWith platform shelters from ATSF Newton depot
1951
2-8-0
Pauls Valley, OK, next to depot. Previously at Wacker Park in Pauls Valley
2285
0-6-0
Pomona, CA, Los Angeles County Fairgrounds, Gate 12As Outer Harbor Terminal Co. #2. Part of Southern California Chapter Railway & Locomotive Historical Society collection
2522
2-8-0
Fairview, OK, City Park.Ex-KCM&O #66, exx-NYC #2976
2542
2-8-0
Arkansas City, KS, Wilson ParkEx-KCM&O #208. Used as playground equipment.
2546
2-8-0
Marceline, MO, Walt Disney Park near passenger station.Ex-KCM&O #212. Lettered for "Disneyland & Santa Fe RR."
2903
4-8-4
Union, IL, Illinois Railway Museum. Formerly at Museum of Science & Industry, Chicago, IL.
2912
4-8-4
Pueblo, CO, Pueblo Railway Museum, Victoria Ave. and West B St. (just west of Union Station)Undergoing cosmetic restoration.
2913
4-8-4
Fort Madison, IA, Riverview Park.
2921
4-8-4
Modesto, CA, Beard Brook Park.
2925
4-8-4
Sacramento, CA, California State Railroad Museum Not displayed
2926
4-8-4
Albuquerque, NM, Eighth St. and HainesBeing restored by the New Mexico Steam Locomotive & Railroad Historical Society, in conjunction with the Wheels Museum
3415
4-6-2
Abilene, KS, Abilene & Smoky Valley RR, at x-CRIP tracksOperational. Photo courtesy Jeff Terry.
3416
4-6-2
Great Bend, KS, City Park
3417
4-6-2
Cleburne, TX, Hulen Park, 2nd and HillsboroPhoto by Bradley Linda.
3423
4-6-2
Temple, TX, Railroad & Heritage Museum, relocated to new site beside restored Santa Fe Temple station, September 2000.
3424
4-6-2
Kinsley, KS, Highway Park
3450
4-6-4
Pomona, CA, Los Angeles County Fairgrounds, Gate 12 Part of Southern California Chapter Railway & Locomotive Historical Society collection.
3463
4-6-4
Topeka, KS, Expo Center
3751
4-8-4
Los Angeles, CA, Amtrak Redondo Jct. RoundhouseOperational, owned by San Bernardino Railway Historical Society.
3759
4-8-4
Kingman, AZ, City ParkWith ATSF caboose 999520
3768
4-8-4
Wichita, KS, Great Plains Transportation Museum
5000
2-10-4
Amarillo, TX, 2nd and LincolnMoved August 2005 from Santa Fe Park by the Railroad Artifact Preservation Society
5011
2-10-4
St. Louis, MO, Museum of Transportation.
5017
2-10-4
Green Bay, WS, National Railroad Museum. Photo courtesy Doug Bailey.
5021
2-10-4
Sacramento, CA, California State Railroad MuseumNot displayed
5030
2-10-4
Santa Fe, NM, Salvador Perez Park (Altavista St. just east of St. Francis Drive)Boiler jacket and asbestos removed. Cosmetic restoration 1986 by Friends of 5030 Society and the Albuquerque Society of HO Modular Engineers/Santa Fe Division
9005
0-6-0
Clovis, NM, next to the Clovis Depot Model Train MuseumMoved from Hillcrest Park in December 2011.


Doodlebugs

NumberBuilderLocationNotes
M.104AC&F/GanzPerris, CA, Orange Empire Railway MuseumAs non-powered combine 2543
M.160BrillFrisco, TX, Museum of the American RailroadOperational. Moved from museum's former site in Dallas in 2013. Photo by Stuart Brancato
M.177EMCLos Angeles, CA, Travel Town Museum at Griffith Park
M.190EMCBelen, NM, N. 2nd St. and W. Castillo Ave.Moved from California State RR Museum January 2007, for static display
DC-191BuddCommerce, CA, Pacific Railroad SocietyRDC-1


Diesel Locomotives

ATSF NumberBuilderModelLocationNotes
59LALCoPA-1Frisco, TX, Museum of the American RailroadMoved from Albany, OR, April 2011. As DH-16, derelict condition. ATSF 59L became Delaware & Hudson "PA-4" #16, rebuilt with ALCo 251 engine, then FNM DH-16
60LALCoPA-1Puebla, Mexico, Museo Nacional de los Ferrocarriles Mexicanos (National Museum of Mexican Railroads) As FNM DH-17, painted in SP Daylight colors. ATSF 60L became Delaware & Hudson "PA-4" #19, rebuilt with ALCo 251 engine, then FNM DH-17
62LALCoPA-1Portland, ORPrivately owned, to be restored as Nickel Plate 190. ATSF 62L became Delaware & Hudson "PA-4" #18, rebuilt with ALCo 251 engine, then FNM DH-18.
66LALCoPA-1Puebla, Mexico, Museo Nacional de los Ferrocarriles Mexicanos (National Museum of Mexican Railroads)As FNM DH-19. ATSF 66L became Delaware & Hudson "PA-4" #19, rebuilt with ALCo 251 engine, then FNM DH-19
90EMDFP45Oklahoma City, OK, Oklahoma Railroad Museum
92EMDFP45Union, IL, Illinois Railway Museum
93EMDFP45Wichita, KS, Great Plains Transportation MuseumDelivered to museum June 7, 1999.
95EMDFP45Barstow, CA, Western America Railroad Museumnext to Amtrak depot/Harvey House.
97EMDFP45Frisco, TX, Museum of the American RailroadDelivered to museum December 18, 1999, moved to new site in Frisco in 2013.
98EMDFP45Perris, CA, Orange Empire Railway Museumoperational, undergoing cosmetic restoration
347BEMDF3BSacramento, CA, California State Railroad MuseumNot displayed
347CEMDF7ASacramento, CA, California State Railroad MuseumNot displayed
460GE44-tonBaldwin, KS, Midland RailwayAs Midland Ry. #460
462GE44-tonSunol, CA, Pacific Locomotive Association/Niles Canyon RailwayOut of service
543FMH12-44TSUnion, IL, Illinois Railway Museumformerly at California State Railroad Museum, enroute to IRM August 2009
560FMH12-44Perris, CA, Orange Empire Railway MuseumAs Metal Processing Industries #100.
608FMH12-44Sacramento, CA, California State Railroad MuseumNot displayed
1460ATSF/BLWSWBLWBarstow, CA, Western America Railroad Museumnext to Amtrak depot/Harvey House, arrived in Barstow May 2009.
1534AlcoS-4Huntsville, AL, North Alabama Railroad MuseumAs USS 1534, not restored.
2260BLWDS-4-4-1000Sacramento, CA, California State Railroad MuseumNot displayed
2295EMDGP9Temple, TX, Railroad & Heritage MuseumAs BNSF 1680 in ATSF blue and yellow
2301ALCoHH600Temple, TX, Railroad & Heritage MuseumPhoto by Gary Powell.
2350ALCoS2Houston, TX, Houston Railroad MuseumAs General Electric 2350. Photo by Ed Bowers.
2381ALCoS2Campo, CA, Pacific Southwest Railway Museum Formerly at California State Railroad Museum, moved June 2007.
2394ALCoRS1Sacramento, CA, California State Railroad MuseumNot displayed
2404EMDNW2Sacramento, CA, California State Railroad MuseumNot displayed
2542ATSF/EMDCF7Carona, KS, Carona Depot Museum (Heart of the Hearlands RR Club) As SEKR 1000.
2546ATSF/EMDCF7New Haven, KY, Kentucky Railway MuseumOperational. Photo by Arnold Morscher.
2571ATSF/EMDCF7Oklahoma City, OK, Oklahoma Railway MuseumAs Los Angeles Junction 2571, delivered to museum April 2012
5266EMDSDP40F (SDF40-2)Ogden, UT, Dynamic Rail PreservationIn Maersk/Sealand colors, to be preserved as Amtrak 644. Moved from Portland, OR in 2014. Photo by Chris Fussell, October 2004.
5960EMDF45Essex, MT, Izaak Walton Inn As Great Northern 441, interior converted into luxury lodgings. Arrived August 26, 2009.
9820ALCoRSD15Sacramento, CA, California State Railroad Museum Not displayed
9823ALCoRSD15Ogden, UT, Utah State Railroad Museum, Spencer S. Eccles Rail CenterATSF 9823 became Utah Railway #401. Acquired by Promontory Chapter NRHS, then sold to Broken Arrow, Inc. Acquired by museum 5/98. Awaiting restoration.
9841ALCoRSD15Union, IL, Illinois Railway MuseumAs Green Bay & Western 2407. ATSF 9841 became Lake Superior & Ishpeming 2402, then Fox River Valley 2407, then GBW 2407. Restored to operation in 2012.
9842ALCoRSD15Cedar Park, TX, Austin Steam Train Association/Austin & Texas CentralAs ATCX 442, in SP black widow scheme. ATSF 9842 became Squaw Creek Coal 9842, then Indiana Hi-Rail 442, Wabash & Ohio 442, Maumee & Western 442, ATCX 442. Photo courtesy Austin & Texas Central.
9843ALCoRSD15Pine Bluff, AR, Arkansas Railroad Museum As ATSF 843. ATSF 843/9843 became Squaw Creek Coal 9843, then Indiana Hi-Rail 443, Wabash & Ohio 443, ATCX 443. Moved to museum November 2004. Locomotive privately owned. Photo courtesy Ed Bowers.


Stand-ins

A few non-Santa Fe locomotives are preserved in Santa Fe paint.
Previous IdentityPreserved AsBuilderModelLocationNotes
CN 9167ATSF 49L EMDF7AFrisco, TX, Museum of the American Railroad Red and silver warbonnet. Santa Fe never owned a diesel numbered 49L; the 37-class passenger F7's stopped at 47LABC, and one wreck-rebuild F3B-unit was numbered 48A.
CDOT 6690ATSF 315 EMDF7AGalveston, TX, Galveston Railroad Museum Prior to CDOT, this engine was PATrain 6690, WAG 2200, and SP 6443. Red and silver warbonnet. The real ATSF 315L (1st) was renumbered 334L in 1952 and became CF7 2448 in 1975. ATSF 315L (2nd) was renumbered from 40L in 1971 for Amtrak lease and became CF7 2517 in 1974.
CDOT 6691ATSF 316 EMDF7AGalveston, TX, Galveston Railroad Museum Prior to CDOT, this engine was PATrain 6691, WAG 2300, and T&NO 365. Red and silver warbonnet. The real ATSF 316L was renumbered 335L in 1952 and became CF7 2424 in 1977.
USAF 1241ATSF 461 GE44-tonSan Angelo, TX, Railway Museum of San AngeloBlack and white zebra stripe scheme. The real Santa Fe 44-ton #461 was sold to Etiwanda Steel Products in 1966. Its fate is unknown. Photo by Tom Hughes.
MBTA 1153ATSF 1153 EMD/ICGFP10South Carver, MA Edaville USAThis locomotive started life as Gulf Mobile & Ohio F3A #883. ICG's Paducah, KY shops rebuilt it into an "FP10" in 1979 for Boston area commuter railroad MBTA. Santa Fe never had an F-unit with a four digit road number.
Kennecott Copper Corp. (KCC) 103ATSF 2098 ALCoRS-2Campo, CA, Pacific Southwest Railway MuseumBlack and silver zebra stripe scheme. Santa Fe's only RS-2, #2099, was traded-in to GE in 1969 and presumably scrapped.

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