Southern Pacific No. 4413 is a class GS-2, a semi-streamlined 4-8-4 Northern type steam locomotive built in 1937 by the Lima Locomotive Works for the Southern Pacific Railway.

The locomotive was designed for high-speed passenger service on the Southern Pacific Railroad, and it also did the occasional freight service. It was retired from service in 1956 and was sold for scrap.


  • It was first to receive the red and orange "Daylight" paint scheme and were used for the streamlined debut of Southern Pacific's premier passenger train, the Coast Daylight in 1937.
  • During World War II it was repainted painted black and silver, and was used to transport troops.