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Stockton Terminal & Eastern RR

The STE was incorporated October 29, 1908 to build a 27-mile line from Stockton to Jenny Lind, CA. The road opened from Stockton to Bellota (18.5 miles), and was sold under foreclosure on January 18, 1919.  The line was purchased and operated by E.F. Davis until December 31, 1926, when the present corporation took over. It was cut back to Linden in the 1950s. The company has been owned by the Stockton Terminal Company (Beard Family) since 1958.
 

1 was built by Norris-Lancaster 1864, #37, as Western Pacific RR "G" "Mariposa".  It was merged as Central Pacific 31 "Mariposa" in June 1870 and rebuilt in 1874.  It was renumbered Southern Pacific 1193, Class CT,  in 1891 and 1215, Class E-63, in 1901.  It was renumbered 1488 on November 5, 1906, and rebuilt in 1907.  It was retired on November 16, 1908, and sold to Atlantic Equipment Co for Los Angeles Aqueduct Co on December 24. 1908.  It became ST&E 1 in January 1909.  It was donated to Travel Town on August 17, 1953.

3 was built by Baldwin in January 1922, #55248, as Humboldt Northern RR 3.  It later became Dolbeer & Carson Lumber Co 3 and then Pacific Lumber Co 3.  It finally became ST&E 3.

10, 65 Ton, was built by Midwest in October 1933, #1073, as Chicago Burlington & Quincy 9121. It was sold to the U S Army as 7196 on October 12, 1941. In March, 1947, it was sold to the STE as 10 and scrapped on October 26, 1959.

12, 44 Ton, was built by General Electric in December 1943, #18154, as Atchison Topeka & Santa Fe 466, Class 460.  It was sold as ST&E 12 in October 1961 and retired in 1972 and scrapped by Levin Metals in 1974.

22, 80 Ton, was built by General Electric in August 1942, #15672, as Plum Brook Ordnance Works 339.  It was transferred as General Electric Nucleonic Project 339 and renumbered as U S Army 7377 in 1945.  It was sold to Sunfelt Equipment Co and sold as ST&E 22 in 1957.  It was sold for scrap by Levin Metals in 1974.

 

25, 44 Ton, was built by General Electric in December 1946, #28320, as Central California Traction Co 25.  It was sold as ST&E 25 on April 2, 1971, and sold to Chemurgic Agric-Chemical Co as Turlock Western 25 in 1992.

505, S1, was built by Alco in April 1942, #69686, as Western Pacific 505,Class S-50.  It was sold as ST&E 505 in 1970.

506, S1, was built by Alco in May 1942, #69687, as WP 506,Class S-50.  It was sold as ST&E 506 in 1968 and is now at the Feather River Rail Society.

507, S1, was built by Alco in May 1942, #69691, as WP 510, Class S-50.  It was sold as ST&E 507 in 1972 and scrapped in 2008.

560, S2, was built by Alco in February 1950, #77018, as WP 560, Class S-57.  It was sold as ST&E 560 in 1976 and scrapped in 2008.

561, S2, was built by Alco in February 1950, #77019, as WP 561, Class S-57.  It was sold as ST&E 561 in 1976 and used for parts later.

564, S4, was built by Alco in May 1951, #78778, as WP 564, Class S-57.  It was sold as ST&E 564 in 1976.

1000 NW2, was built by Electro-Motive on October 10, 1939, #889, as General Motors Corp 889.  It was sold as Union Pacific 1000 in March 1940 and sold as ST&E 1000 in August 1966.  It was sold as WP 607, Class S-62, in 1969.  It was assigned as Sacramento Northern 607, Class S-62, in 1973 and retired in September 1983.  It was donated in Deer Creek Scenic RR as UP 1000 in October 1984.  It was sold to Nevada State Railroad Museum in March 1993.

1001, NW2, was built by Electro-Motive in May 1940, #1000, FN E308-1, as UP 1001, Class NW2.  It was sold as ST&E 1001 in August 1966 and rebuilt as WP 608, Class S-62, in February1969.  It was assigned as UP 1887 but never done.  It was retired in September 1983 and donated to Feather River Rail Society in December 1984.

 

 

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