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Mexican Railroads

 

 Altos Hornos de Mexico

100, RS1, was built by Alco in December 1949, #77843, as Minneapolis & St Louis 949.  It was renumbered 224 in March 1956 and sold as La Perla Minas de Fierro y Carbon  100 in 1958.  It became AHMSA 100.

101, 25 Ton, was built by General Electric in May 1948, #29359, as La Consolidada SA 10.  It became AHMSA 101.

102, 25 Ton, was built by General Electric in March 1949, #29899.

110, 65 Ton, was built by General Electric in June 1951, #30958.

149, SL85, was built by General Electric in June 1977, #39150


Cemento Anahuac

No number, SW1000, was built by Electro-Motive in September 1971, #36854, FN 711771.  It was later sold as ASARCO Inc 1956.


Cemento Guadalajara

2, 45 Ton, was built by General Electric in 1948.


Cementos Portland Nacional

2, RS11, was built by Alco in August 1959, #83349, as Southern Pacific 5864, Class DF-614.  It was renumbered 2929, Class AS418-5, in 1955 and sold as Apache Ry 903 in 1977.  It was sold as CPN 2 in 1986.


Cementos Tolteca

434, NW2, was built by Electro-Motive in January 1949, #7497, FN E1068-11, as Elgin Joliet & Eastern 434.  It was sold to National Railway Equipment Co  in December 1987 and resold as CT 434 in January 1992.


Cemex SAE de CV

There is a full page on this international company.


 Cerveceria Moctezuma

10 was built by Lima, #1211, as Compania Real del Monte y Pachuca 4.  It was sold as Ferrocarril Pachuca y Tampico 4 in 1920 and resold as CM 10.  It was scrapped in January 1958.


Compania Minera de Cananea

52-11, 44 Ton, was built by General Electric in December 1952.

61-8, 70 Ton was built by General Electric in September 1954, #32266, as Southern Pacific 1, Class EF-700.  It was sold to Pan American Engineering Co and sold it to CMC. 61-8 in 1961.


Compania Muebles y Mudazas

2249 was built by Cooke in February 1893, #2249, as Lehigh & Hudson River 19. It was sold as MyM 2249 and resold as Nacional de Mexico 2249, Class F-23a.  In 1931 it was renumbered 807, Class F-27, and retired in July 1934.


Compania Real del Monte y Pachuca

4 was built by Lima, #1211.  It was sold as Ferrocarril Pachuca y Tampico 4 in 1920 and resold as Cervecria Moctezuma 10.  It was scrapped in January 1958.

2060 was built by Lima in October 1909, #1088, as Southern Utah RR 100.  It was sold as U S Smelting & Mining Co 2060 and resold as CRPM 2060.  It was sold to Birmingham Rail & Locomotive Co and resold as San Antonio & Aransas Pass 270 on June 16, 1923. It was sold as Texas & New Orleans 870, Class C-21, in May 1923 and scrapped in September 1950.


Ferrocarril Central Mexicano

116, Class DB, was built by Alco-Cooke in May 1906, #41279.  It became Nacionales de Mexico 108, Class D-11, in 1909 and became Texas-Mexican Ry 108 in August 1914.  It was scrapped in 1938.

133, Class D-2, was built by Alco-Cooke in November 1903, #28303.  In 1910 it became NdeM 118, Class D-14, and renumbered 657, Class E-4, in 1930.  It was retired in March 1957.

134, Class D-2, was built by Alco-Cooke in November 1903, #28304.  It 1910 it became NdeM 119, Class D-14, and renumbered 658, Class E-4, in 1930.  It was retired in April 1962.

807, Class G-6, was built by Alco-Cooke in December 1903, #28282.  In 1909 it became NdeM 510, Class G-21, and renumbered 1250, Class GR-26, in 1930.  It was retired in 1962.

838, Class GR-6, was built by Alco-Cooke in February 1904, #29301.  In 1909 it became NdeM 541, Class G-21, and renumbered 1279, Class GR-26, in 1930.  It was sold as Ferrocarril Mexicano 90 in March 1947.

841, Class G-6, was built by Alco-Cooke in February 1904, #29304.  In 1909 it became NdeM 544, Class G-21, and renumbered 544. Class GR-26, in 1930. It was retired in 1962.

857, Class G-6, was built by Alco-Cooke in February 1904, #29320.  In 1909 it became NdeM 559, Class G-21, and renumbered 1296, Class G-26, in 1930.  It was retired in 1962.

1060, Class B-2, was built by Baldwin in October 1907, #31859.  In 1910 it became NdeM 29, Class B-24 and renumbered 627, Class B-12, in 1930.  It was retired in March 1962.


Ferrocarriles Chiapas Mayab

There is a fallen flag Genessee & Wyoming line.


Ferrocarriles Coahuila & Zacateras

801 "Reforma", GA8, was built by Electro-Motive in February 1960, #25775, FN 702324, as International Railways of Central America 800.  It was sold in 1963 as CyZ 801 "Reforma".

802 "Independencia", GA8, was built by Electro-Motive in February 1960, #25776, FN 702325, as IRCA 801.  It was sold in 1963 as CyZ 802 "Independencia".


Ferrocarriles Unidos del Sureste

317, RS3, was built by Alco in April 1951, #78563, as Reading Co 500. Class RS-1.  It was retired on September 15, 1970, and sold to Morrison Railway Supply Co.  It was sold as FUS 317


Ferrocarril Internacional Mexicano

39 was built by Schenectady in September 1892, #3891. It was renumbered 79 and became Nacionales de Mexico 281, Class F-21 in 1910.  It was renunumbered 767, Class F-23, in 1930 and was retired in March 1957 at Aguascalientes.


Ferrocarril Mexicano

51 was built by Alco-Rogers in September 1907, #43296 as Ferrocarril Pachuca y Tampico 3.  It was sold as FM 51 in July 1931.

52.

90 was built by Alco-Cooke in February 1904, #29301, as Ferrocarril Central Mexicano 838, Class G-6.  In 1909 it became Nacionales de Mexico 541, Class G-21, and renumbered 1279, Class GR-26, in 1930.  It was sold as FM 90 in March 1947.

200 was built by Baldwin in September 1926, #59472. It was never delivered to them and then was sold to the Buffalo Creek & Gauley later in 1926. After the BC&G quit running it was sold to the Quakertown & Eastern for excursion service as Q&E 4.

1001 was built by Alco-General Electric in June 1923, #64193, 8999.  It became Nacionales de Mexico 1001, Class ME-1.

1006 was built by Alco-General Electric in November 1923, #64198, 9004.  It became NdeM 1006, Class ME-1.

1011 was built by Alco-General Electric in May 1924, #67699, 10722.  It became NdeM 1011, Class ME-1.

1012 was built as Alco-General Electric in May 1924, #67700, 10723.  It became NdeM 1012, Class ME-1.


Ferrocarril Mineral de Chihuahua

7 was built by Baldwin in July 1925, #58530.


Ferrocarril Nor-Oeste de Mexicano

22.

62 was built by Pittsburgh in November 1910, #48864.   It became Nacional de Mexico 2152, Class G-32a, in 1919 and renumbered 1483, Class G-41, in 1930.  It was retired in September 1953 at Aguascaliente.


Ferrocarril Oriental Mexicano

142, Class C-024, was built by Kerr Stuart & Co in May 1904, #822, as Ferrocarril San Marcos y Tecolutla 75.  It became OM 1 in 1904 and renumbered 144, Class G-024, in 1930.  It was retired in 1968.

144, Class G-024, was built by Baldwin in April 1902, #20384, as SMyT 78.  It became OM 3 in 1904 and renumbered 144, Class G-024, in 1930.  It was retired in 1968.


Ferrocarril Pachuca y Tampico

3 was built by Alco-Rogers in September 1907, #43296.  It was sold as Ferrocarril Mexicano 51 in July 1931.

4 was built by Lima, #1211, as Compania Real del Monte y Pachuca 4.  It was sold as PyT 4 in 1920 and resold as Cervecria Moctezuma 10.  It was scrapped in January 1958.


Ferrocarril San Marcos y Tecolutla

75 was built by Kerr Stuart & Co in May 1904, #822.  It became Ferrocarril Oriental Mexicano 1 in 1904 and renumbered 144, Class G-024, in 1930.  It was retired in 1968.

78 was built by Baldwin in April 1902, #20384.  It became OM 3 in 1902 and renumbered 144, Class G-024, in 1930.  It was retired in 1968.


Ferrocarril Sonora-Baja California

2501 was built by St Louis Car Co in August 1928, #1484, Electro-Motive in December 1928, #349, as Tonopah & Tidewater RR 99.  It was rebuilt in 1942 as SBJ 2501 and later rebuilt again.

5022 "Puerto Penasco" was a sleeper.


Ferrosur

4702 thru 4722, ES44AC, was built by General Electric in 2011, #60607-60620.


Fundidora de Fierro y Acero de Monterrey

16, SL-110, was built by General Electric on March 31, 1977, #39177.


Guanos y Fertilizantes

No number, 45 Ton, was built by General Electric on March 29, 1974, #38980.

No number, 35 Ton, was built by General Electric on April 5, 1974, #38981.


Hines Construction Co.

2501 was built by Alco-Dickson in 1908, #45133.  It was sold as Nacional de Mexico 2501, Class L-1, in 1926 and is displayed at Monterey, NL.


Hojalata-Lamina

No number, 45 Ton, was built by General Electric on June 19, 1975, #39022.


La Consolidada, SA

10, 25 Ton, was built by General Electric in May 1948, #29359.  It became Altos Hornas de Mexico SA 101.

108, 65 Ton, was built by General Electric in December 1947, #29254.

109, 65 Ton, was built by General Electric in December 1947, #29255.


La Perla Minas de Fierro y Carbon

100, RS1, was built by Alco in December 1949, #77843, as Minneapolis & St Louis 949.  It was renumbered 224 in March 1956 and sold as La Perla 100 in 1958.  It became Altos Hornos of Mexico 100.

 


Mexicana de Cobre, SA

2423, CF7, was built by Electro-Motive in November 1949, #8287, FN E1152-A7, as Atchison Topeka & Santa Fe 215L, Class 200, on F7A. It was retired on April 11, 1977, and was rebuilt at Cleburne as 2423, Class 2417, on January 24, 1978. It was sold to General Electric in January 1985 and sold to National Railway Equipment in May 1985. It was then sold in January 1986 as Mexicana de Cobre SA as 2423. It was then renumbered F118.

2431, CF7, was built by Electro-Motive in April 1950, #9594, FN 3020-A18, as AT&SF 235C, Class 200, an F7A.  It was renumbered 104L, Class 101L, on March 6, 1972, and returned as 235C, Class 200, on July 31, 1972.  It was rebuilt at Cleburne as 2431, Class 2417, on December 16, 1977.  It was traded in to General Electric in December 1984 and sold to National Railway Equipment Co in May 1985.  It was sold as Mexicano de Cobre 2431 in January 1986.

F11-14, GP38-2, was built by Electro-Motive in October 1972, #72604-10, FN 72694-10, as Louisville & Nashville 4099, Class GP38-2. It later became Seaboard System 4099 and later was renumbered 2609. It then became CSX Transportation 2608, Class GP38-2. In 1993 it was sold to Helm Leasing as 2608, in April 1, 1993. It was rebuilt at Metro Equipment in 1996 as Southern Pacific 4872, but it was sold as Mexicana de Cobre F11-14 in October 1996.


Mexicano del Pacifico

2 was built by Schenectady in December 1880, #1306, as Southern Pacific of Arizona 25.  It became Southern Pacific 105 in 1891 and rebuilt as 1608, Class DP, in 1891.  It was renumbered as 2018, Class T-15, and sold as Phoenix & Eastern 295 on November 25, 1912.  It was sold as Sud Pacifico de Mexico 208, Class T-15, in November 1917.  It was sold to United Sugar Co in November 1919 and MdelP 2.

4 was built by Baldwin in September 1922, #55465.


Nacionales de Mexico

Steam Locomotives.

Diesel and Electric Locomotives.

Rolling Stock.


 Pena Colorado

4253, B23-7, was built by General Electric in April 1980, #42935, as Atchison Topeka & Santa Fe  6396, Class 6390.  It became Burlington Northern Santa Fe 4253, Class B23-7, in December 1999 and sold to National Railway Equipment Co as NREX 4253.  It was sold as PC 4253.


United Mining & Smelting Co.

2069 was built by Baldwin in April 1915, #42000, as Caddo & Choctaw RR 4 "R L Rowan".  It became Choctaw River Lumber Co 4 and sold in 1924 as UM&SCo 2069.  It was resold again in 1924 as  McCloud River RR 19. It was later sold to the Yreka Western as 19 in 1953 and in 1971 it became Oregon Pacific & Eastern 19. It was later returned to the YW in 1988.


Veracruz Terminal Co.

50, 70 Ton, by General Electric in May 1948, #30010. It became Naciomales de Mexico 5100, Class DE-2, in 1963 and later rebuilt in 1964.

51, 70 Ton, by General Electric in May 1948, #30011. It became NdeM 5101, Class DE-2, in 1963 and later rebuiltIt in 1964.

 

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