Published on : Thursday, July 20, 2017
Union Pacific’s No. 844 steam locomotive will provide a close-up look at American transportation history as it departs July 20 for community stops in Colorado and Wyoming. Delivered in 1944, No. 844 is the last steam engine built for Union Pacific and recently underwent a nearly three-year restoration at Union Pacific’s steam shop in Cheyenne, Wyoming.
No. 844 is scheduled to pull The Denver Post Cheyenne Frontier Days train Saturday, July 22, between two important Union Pacific communities, Cheyenne and Denver. In conjunction with the trip, steam train stops are scheduled in Greeley, Colorado, and Cheyenne, Wyoming:
Due to the dynamic nature of these operations, scheduled times and locations are subject to change. A comprehensive schedule including locations and display times – as well as a route map and a GPS monitor of No. 844’s location.
Source:- Union Pacific
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