Cant help with the fitment. I do recall the engines had a different camshaft for stationary use. It is my understanding that the locomotive engines are spooled up to full RPM with no varying of speed. If this is so, then the engines would have different cams, and governors. They were also used in stationary application in oil field pump use too.
Being a Deckie makes me have operational (plus some tinkering down below) experience.
I worked for 7 or 8 years on a tug with twin white superior engines. 900 HP 300 RPM.
Extremely dependable engines up to about 10000 hours. Then the front end crank bearing went which effected the mentioned water pump wobble and failure. Once the M&R understood (and accepted) the 10000 hour maintenance curve they lasted for the next 6 years. (The previous company had it well documented in machinery history logs, just my company thinks they know how to reinvent the wheel…) So that was from 1962 until approximately 2002 I ran her from 1996 to 2002. In 2002 they were removed and sold for scrap. The MTUs replacing them were a lesser quality, less torque, less reliable engine. The boat was scrapped in 2016 or so.
Heres a link I found which points out lots of info. If youre looking for an old take out engine, the company name changes may help search for more info. They were called: Superior, National, White, White-Superior, and finally Cooper. Tough to find all this info with it being out of date, and all this happened prior to the internet. Here’s a link to get you going. http://heritagecenter.us/images/upload/mancat_superior_%20white_cooperengine.pdf