Peru Rail Locomotives

(Ferrocarril del Sur)

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Revised: 16 March 2021 Photograph by: Robert E. Brzostowski
Gauge: 1435mm Data by: Martin Baumann
Road No. Model & Date Bldr Nmbr Notes
300 DL531 (8/58) Alco 82990 Built for FCS Peru
350-360 DL532B (1/63) Alco 84669-84679 Built for FCS Peru; reblt as 487
500 (2nd) G12 (10/56) EMD 22620 D/B equipped; ex-NdeM 5821
510 (2nd) G12 EMD (Data needed for this loco ???)
520 GR12 (4/66) EMD 31607 Ex-Cerro de Pasco
550-552 DL543 (11/61) Alco 84040-42 -
553-555 DL543 (12/61) Alco 84055-57 -
556-557 DL543 (1962) Alco 84731-32 -
558-560 DL543 (1963) Alco 84680-82 -
600 DL560 (1963) Alco 84740 Ex-FC del Peru 600
651-660 DL560D (11/74) MLW M6076-06 to 15 Built for Peruvian Corp.
751-755 GT26CW-2 (9/81) GMD A4078-83 Built for ENAFER Peru
756-757 GT26CW-2 (9/83) GMD A4282-83 Built for ENAFER Peru
800-814 PRX GT42AC (2015) GMD 20118600-1 to 15 --
* * * Retirements / Dispositions
483-485 DL535B/RSD39 (1974) MLW M6078-03 to 05 Built for Peruvaian Corp.; narrow Gauge (3'-0")
487 DL535B (9/63) Alco 84676 Reblt and re-#d from 357; to Sur-Oriente 487
500-505 DL500C / FPD6 (1956) Alco 81735-40 Built for the FCS Peru; all retired
Railroad lines were also known as the Peruvian Corporation, Ferrocarriles del Sur (Southern), and later as ENFAFER Peru (Empres Nacional de Ferrocariles del Peru).

Thanks to the following contributors/sources: Robert E. Brzostowski.

Original upload: 10 November 2015




Centromin Locomotives

(Was the Cerro de Pasco RR)

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Revised: 16 March 2021 Photo by:
- Data by: Martin Baumann
Centromin Rd # Ex-CdP Rd # Model & Date Bldr Nmbr Notes
21 21 GA-8 (7/64) EMD 28957 --
22-23 22-23 GA-8 (6/65, 5/66) EMD 30259, 31606 --
24 22-23 G18 (8/76) EMD 758801-1 --
31-32 31-32 GR12 (6/64) EMD 29301-02 --
34 34 GR12 (6/65) EMD 30258 --
38 38 G22CW (7/76) EMD 748007-1 --
39 39 G22CW (4/91) EMD (Spain) 8227 Built by Villares
* * * Retirements / Dispositions * * *
33 33 GR12 (6/65) EMD 30257 #33 became FCCA 533
35 35 GR12 (4/66) EMD 31607 Loco went to FCCA
36 36 GR12 (4/66) EMD 31608 Loco became FCCA 801
37 37 GR12 (5/66) EMD 31659 Loco went to FCCA
Founded in 1904, Cerro de Passo was primarily a freight (mineral) line, which later provided some passenger and tourist service. Nationalized in 1974, the railroad was re-named Centromin.

Reference source: Larry Russell's GM Export Page

Original upload: 14 November 2015




Southern Peru

Copper Company

Motive Power

(All-Time Diesel)

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Revised: 23 July 2019 Photograph by: Peter Bieber
- Data by: R. Craig & Martin Baumann
Road Number Model & Date Bldr Number Notes
1 50-ton (9/56) GE 32702 --
2 65-ton (8/57) GE 33118 --
3-4 RS11 (10/56) Alco 82039-40 #4 wrecked and retired
5-6 RS11 (6/57) Alco 82359-60 #5 wrecked and retired
7 65-ton (6/58) GE 33428 --
8 RS11 (6/59) Alco 83443 Wrecked and retired
9-10 SW900 (5/6) EMD 26616-17 #9 wrecked and retired
11 RS11m (11/56) Alco 82045 Ex-SP 5725
12-13 RS11 (4/59) Alco 83409, 83489 Ex-SP 2912 < nee SP 5847
14 65-ton (5/43) GE 17859 --
15 U23B (9/58) GE 36818 EX-GTI 294
16-17 SW1200 (5/6) EMD 31234, 31246 MP 1276 & 1298 < nee USATC 7481 & D&H 316
20-23 GP9 (10/58) EMD 24740-43 -
24-25 GP18 (4/60) EMD 25777-78 -
26-30 GP28 (10-11/65) EMD 30459-63 -
31-32 GP40U (12/65) EMD 30984 & 30959 Acquired in 2001; ex-C&NW 5535 & 5512 < nee CR 3047 & 3022
33-34 GP40U (12/65) EMD 30948 & 30956 Acquired in 2001; ex-C&NW 5501 & 5509 < nee CR 3011 & 3022
35 GP40-3(9/68) EMD 34324 Acquired in 2007; ex-KCS 4785/772 < CR/PC 3147
40-45 U23B (10-11/75) GE 40372-77 -
50-57 U23B (3/75) GE 40362-69 #50 scrapped
58-59 U23B (10,11/75) GE 40370-71 -
60-61 SD70 (4/99) EMD 978855-1 to 2 Standard cab
#70 GP22-ECO (8/13) Progress Rail Built from ex-UP GP40 671 < nee PC 3110 (EMD 34287, 8/1968)
#71 GP22-ECO (8/13) Progress Rail Built from ex-UP GP40 670 < nee PC 3109 (EMD 34286, 8/1968)
#72 GP22-ECO (8/16) Progress Rail Built from ex-HATX GP40 424 < nee C&O 4069 (EMD 38549, 7/1971)
#72 GP22-ECO (8/16) Progress Rail Built from ex-HATX GP40 420 < nee L&N 3009 (EMD 32452, 11/1966)
Thanks to the following contributors/sources: Andre's GM Locomotive webpage (Export), Martin Baumann, David Howarth Jr., Extra 2200 South., and LocoNotes II (May-June 2005).

Original upload: 13 November 2015

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