Big Boy Steam Locomotive Engine No. 4014
Photographer: Susan Davis
Union Pacific Steam Locomotive Passing through Laramie, WY on it's maiden voyage to Utah for the 150th celebration of the pounding of the Golden Spike.
Built in 1941, out of 25 built, it is the only working Big Boy engine.
The World's largest operational Steam Locomotive, the engine tender are 132 feet long and weighs 1.2 million pounds.
In May 2019, after approximately five years of restoration, it was put back into service.
It is housed in Cheyenne, WY, along with the 844 Union Pacific Passenger Steam Locomotive Engine.
Variations of the photograph:
25" long x 10 1/2" high print printed with pigment ink on metallic paper
Protected by a foam core backer and plastic sleeve and ready for a frame
Blank greeting card 9" long x 4" high blank card printed with pigment ink on matte paper. Envelope is included
Bookmark 7.25" long x 2.25" high printed on metallic paper and laminated with a ribbon
Great for the Locomotive enthusiast