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No.ClassF.M. WhyteGaugeRailroad LineLocationStatusBuilder InfoNotes
844FEF-34-8-44'-8½"UP UP engine house, Cheyenne, WYoperationalAlco (Schenectady) #72791, 1944Featured in Shining Time Station. Only steam locomotive in the United States to never be retired by a major class 1 North American railroad. Renumbered to 8444 between 1962 and 1989. Taken out of service in 2013. Returned to operation in 2016.
4014488414-8-8-44'-8½"UP UP engine house, Cheyenne, WYoperationalAlco (Schenectady) #69585, 12/1941From Pomona, CA. Reacquired by the Union Pacific in July 2013. Restored to operation in May 2019. Converted to burn oil. Uses the tender of UP 3985. Became the first-ever steam locomotive to be equipped with Positive Train Control (PTC).
1194-4-030"UP Henry Doorly Zoo, Omaha, NEoperationalCrown Metal Products (Elizabeth), 1968 Built to resemble UP 119
1194-4-04'-8½"UP Golden Spike Utah, Promontory Summit, UToperationalChadwell O'Connor, 1979 replica, appeared in Great American Train Rides I
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