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"The City" in Las Vegas" hspace="10" src="http://www.historicrail.com/Image.po?pn=0R07747 4-8-8-4 Union Pacific Big Boy Locomotive No. 4017

8500 HP Turbine-Wasatch, Utah Gil Bennett. Delivered between 1958 and 1961, Union Pacific's 8500 hp gas turbine locomotives were the largest locomotives ever built. Relegated to freight runs between Council Bluffs, Iowa and Ogden, Utah due to their deafening jet engine exhaust noise, the turbines eventually fell victim to the more efficient diesels. 24"x 18" print.
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Beauty and the Beast
Big Boy Tony Fachet. Union Pacific 4-8-8-4 Big Boy #4016 spews smoke and steam as it climbs the grueling 1.55% continuous grade of Sherman Hill in Wyoming, adding to the 1 million+ miles it will ultimately travel during its long career. 24"x 18".
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Buffalo Bill's Wild West Buffalo Bill's Wild West & Pioneer Exhibition Sign.
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This porcelain-on-steel enameled sign dramatically depicts one of Buffalo Bill's shows which included re-enactments of his great train robberies of the Union Pacific line. Quality craftsmanship assures a lustrous finish on this durable art form. 12"x 8".
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Cheyenne Crossing II Robert West. Departing Cheyenne, Wyoming, this Union Pacific trio - a Big Boy, a Challenger and a second-generation "veranda" gas turbine locomotive - represents the best of western railroading. 22?"x 12?" print is signed by the artist.
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City of Salina Michael Boss. Union Pacific's 3-car, all-aluminum, articulated M-10000 was the first streamliner in the U.S. Inaugurating service on January 31, 1935 as the City of Salina, it was as beautiful as it was advanced. 24"x 16" print is signed and numbered by the artist.
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City of San Francisco Stan Stokes. Union Pacific's "art deco" M-10004 pulls the famous City of San Francisco passenger train into Berkley station. This limited edition gicle?print measures 21"x 14"and is signed and numbered by the artist.
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Conquering of Cajon John Doughty, Jr. Union Pacific SD40-2 3386 leads the eastbound LAX hotshot train up the frosty 3% grade to the summit of Cajon Pass. 20"x 16" print is signed by the artist.
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Land of the Giants I Robert West. A trio of Union Pacific giants - 4-6-6-4 Challenger 3975, 4-8-8-4 Big Boy 4011 and 4-8-4 844 - "feed" at a massive coal tower in Ogden, Utah. 29"x 16" print is signed by the artist.
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Land of the Giants II Robert West. A massive Union Pacific turntable in Ogden, Utah takes Big Boy No. 4011 for "a spin." 29"x 16" print is signed by the artist.
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Going Home The Union Pacific 4-8-8-4 Big Boy. Robert West. Very rarely is a view done of a 4-8-8-4 Big Boy going away from you, but in this case, it is appropriate because this Big Boy is heading for retirement after its magnificent service during WWII. 23"x 14?" print is signed by the artist.
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Houston Union Station Memories Robert West. Houston Terminal, circa 1950-1955, with six different forms of motive power! From left to right we see the CB&Q's Texas Zephyr pulled by an E4, the Texas Chief pulled by an F7, protection power for the Texas Chief pulled by an E8, the Rock Island's Twin Star Rocket pulled by an E7, the Missouri Pacific Eagle pulled by an FP7 and, finally, protection power for the Eagle pulled by an Alco PA. 23"x 13?" print is signed by the artist.
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Howling Through Wyoming William Gardoski. Union Pacific gas turbine #5 - one of the road's 30 "Big Blow" super turbines - hauls westbound freight through Wyoming on an early autumn day in 1968. 22"x 16" print is signed by the artist.
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Night Departure from Kansas City Larry Fisher. Kansas City Union Terminal bristles with excitement under a black canopy as units from Burlington, Kansas City Southern, Rock Island, Santa Fe, and Union Pacific stand at attention while boxy switchers finish shuffling the rest of the yard. 25"x 15" print is signed and numbered by the artist.
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Omaha Rocket Robert Hunt. A trio of streamlined Rock Island E8s on the Omaha Rocket offers a stark contrast to the boxy, muscular lines of a Union Pacific U50C idling on a parallel line. 23"x 14" limited edition canvas print is signed and numbered by the artist.
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Serving Seattle Larry Fisher. Milwaukee Road's famed Olympian Hiawatha - train No. 15 - has just completed its 2200-mile trek from Chicago to Seattle's handsome Union Station. On the adjacent tracks, Union Pacific and Great Northern passenger trains prepare for departure. 27"x 17" limited edition print (only 50 worldwide) is signed and numbered by the artist.
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Southern Pacific John Winfield. Featuring a montage of classic Southern Pacific motive power dating from the 1940s to the last GE units delivered before the merger with Union Pacific, this 18"x 24" poster is signed by the artist.
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Steam and Snow Tony Fachet. Built to cruise at 100 miles per hour, a Union Pacific FEF-3 class 4-8-4 Northern is ready to lead its passenger train out of Denver during a heavy snowstorm. Print measures 22?"x 15?".
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Stopover at Exciting Las Vegas 0R72024Stopover at Exciting Las Vegas.
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A streamlined passenger train pulls into Union Pacific's beautiful art deco depot - the first completely air-conditioned station in America when it opened in 1940 - at the corner of Main Street and Freemont in downtown Las Vegas. Hand numbered, limited edition print measures 18"x 24".
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The Centennial Larry Fisher. Union Pacific was renowned for its massive locomotives. Leviathans like Challengers, Big Boys and the unique gas turbine electrics all roamed the valleys and plains under the UP flag. The twin-engine Centennial joined that club in the 1969, and here we see #6923 leaning hard into a turn with a line of UP's armour yellow boxcars trailing behind. This limited edition print measures 17"x 22" and is signed and numbered by the artist.
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The City of Portland 0R07612The City of Portland.
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Robert West. Here is one of the Union Pacific's flagship trains, The Portland Rose, being pulled by three E9s with a full consist. She is headed eastbound, going up the south bank of the Columbia River Gorge, around 1956. Lead locomotive #951 is still owned and in use by the Union Pacific Railroad for mainline excursions. 20"x 13" print is signed by the artist.
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The Los Angeles Limited "East or West, 'tis always best" with this nostalgic advertisement of the Union Pacific's famous Los Angeles Limited passenger train. 18"x 24" limited edition reproduction is hand-numbered.

Also available as a limited edition canvas reproduction - R77151.

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The Los Angeles Limited "East or West, 'tis always best" with this nostalgic advertisement of the Union Pacific's famous Los Angeles Limited passenger train. 18"x 24" limited edition canvas reproduction is hand-numbered.

Also available as a limited edition heavy paper reproduction - R77150.

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The Streamliner M-10000 0R77132The Streamliner M-10000.
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Phil Pokorny. In 1934, the Union Pacific M-10000 - consisting of a driving, power and baggage/RPO car pulling two additional passenger cars - entered service as America's first internal combustion engine, light weight, streamlined express passenger train. 29"x 16" limited edition print is signed and numbered by the artist.
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Thunder in Weber Canyon 0R77213Thunder in Weber Canyon.
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John Doughty, Jr. Union Pacific Challenger No. 3985 heads eastbound up the 1.14% grade through the heart of Weber Canyon while a pair of double-headed Challengers yanks an empty Pacific Fruit Express reefer train on the westbound track. 20"x 16" print is signed by the artist.
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Union Pacific Overland Ltd
Sherman Summit, WY 1950.

Howard Fogg. Union Pacific's Overland Limited debuted in 1890 and was considered the premier way to travel between Omaha and San Francisco. Following WW II, ridership was falling off and unmatched passenger consists became the norm. UP pride still reigned, though, and this 1950 run up Sherman Summit features a classy 4-8-4 - dressed in the road's handsome two-tone gray livery - at the point. Limited edition print measures 24"x 18" and is numbered.
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Union Pacific Streamliner City of Denver.

With their long nose and elevated cab, the M10003 through M10006 streamlined trainsets of the 1930s and 1940s looked as good as they ran, leading the City of Denver on its high-speed run for more than 17 years. This hand numbered, limited edition reproduction poster measures 18"x 24".
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Union Pacific Streamliner City of Denver Featuring a Union Pacific M10003-6 series diesel locomotive, which led the City of Denver streamlined passenger train between Chicago and Denver from 1936 to '53, this hand numbered, limited edition print measures 18"x 24".
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Union Pacific Vintage Ad
City of LA/SF Streamliners.

This vibrant poster is a reproduction of an advertisement used by the Union Pacific to promote its handsome streamliner passenger trains: the City of Los Angeles, the City of San Francisco and the City of Portland. 11?"x 16?" poster is suitable for framing.
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Union Point Arrival Robert West. A Georgia Railroad passenger train - led by a 4-6-2 Pacific - arrives at the Union Point, Georgia, depot on its way to Atlanta in the 1940s. 20?"x 14" limited edition artist's proof is signed and numbered by the artist.
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Wind Beneath My Wings 0R76045Wind Beneath My Wings.
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Robert West. Union Pacific intermodal trains led by AC6000CWs pass each other in eastern Utah's Echo Canyon during the winter of 2001. 23"x 12?" print is signed by the artist.
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