Equipment Roster

Below is a list of Railroading Heritage of Midwest America’s diverse collection of equipment that hails from multiple railroads. This collection has been acquired through various forms of donations or purchases. Follow the links provided to see in-depth details of all RRHMA’s equipment.

Locomotives


Locomotive 5511 – Santa Fe

Locomotive 5511 – Santa Fe

Union Pacific No. 5511 is a TTT-63 Class 2-10-2 Santa Fe type tender steam locomotive built by the Baldwin Locomotive Works in 1923 for the Los Angeles and Salt Lake Railroad. 5511 is the only surviving member of its class and the only surviving Union Pacific 2-10-2...

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Locomotive 3985 – Challenger

Locomotive 3985 – Challenger

Union Pacific 3985, also known as the “Challenger”, is a four-cylinder simple articulated 4-6-6-4 “Challenger”-type steam locomotive built in July 1943 by the American Locomotive Company (ALCO) of Schenectady, New York for the Union Pacific Railroad. No. 3985 is one of only two Challengers still in existence and the only one to have operated in excursion service.

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Locomotive 6936 – DD40X

Locomotive 6936 – DD40X

The EMD DDA40X is a 6,600 hp (4,943 kW) D-D locomotive, built from 1969 to 1971 exclusively for the Union Pacific Railroad. It is the most powerful diesel-electric locomotive model ever built on a single frame, having two 16-645E3A diesel prime movers. Union Pacific has marked DD40X on the cab exteriors, while EMD literature inconsistently refers to this model as either DD-40X or DDA40X.

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Passenger Cars


Coach 5468 – Katy Flyer

Coach 5468 – Katy Flyer

Katy Flyer was built by American Car & Foundry in 1953 as 44-seat coach #5468, configured with coach seating for 44 passengers and public restrooms at both ends.  #5468 was renamed the Katy Flyer in 1993 after the Missouri Kansas & Texas Railroad flagship...

Coach 5486 – City of Salina

Coach 5486 – City of Salina

City of Salina was built by American Car & Foundry in 1953 as #5486, configured with coach seating for 44 passengers and public restrooms at both ends.  #5486 named City of Salina  in 1992 after the nation’s first 3 car high-speed train set, powered by an internal...

Business Car 115 – Selma

Business Car 115 – Selma

Selma was built for Union Pacific by Pullman Standard in 1912 as business car No. 101. As the now oldest car in the fleet, it was once sold to Western Pacific only to make its way back to the Union Pacific through a merger in 1982, and finally named Selma in 1987. In...

Coach 5473 – Portland Rose

Coach 5473 – Portland Rose

Portland Rose was built by American Car & Foundry in 1953 as #5473, configured with coach seating for 44 passengers and public restrooms at both ends.  Renamed Portland Rose in 1990 after the train Portland Rose, which operated between Chicago and Portland, Ore....

Misc. Equipment


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