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No.ClassF.M. WhyteGaugeRailroad LineLocationStatusBuilder InfoNotes
844 (8444)FEF-34-8-44'-8½"UP UP engine house, Cheyenne, WYoperationalAlco (Schenectady) #72791, 12/1944Featured in the TV series 'Shining Time Station'. Only steam locomotive in the United States to never be retired by a major class I North American railroad. Renumbered to 8444 from 1962 to 1989. Taken out of service in 2013. Returned to service in 2016.
4014488414-8-8-44'-8½"UP UP engine house, Cheyenne, WYoperationalAlco (Schenectady) #69585, 11/1941From Pomona, CA. Reacquired by the Union Pacific in July 2013. Restored to operation on May 1, 2019. Converted to burn oil. Temporarily uses the tender of UP 3985. Became the first-ever steam locomotive to be equipped with Positive Train Control.
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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