Built in 1947, NP 498 was reconfigured in 1955 as the Lewis & Clark Traveller's Rest series, with a 14 seat lunch counter and 30 seat club lounge and served on the North Coast Limited. Today, this... (more)
UP 96 releases billows of white smoke after moving the NP sleeper car "Travelers Rest" out of the heritage center. The car will taken by the Portland & Western down to Albany to be used ... (more)
Part of the collection at the Oregon Rail Heritage Center in Portland, Oregon, is Union Pacific SW10 96. Built as SW7 1821, this engine was rebuilt by Union Pacific into SW10 1243 in November 198... (more)
Once part of the historical collection in Cheyenne, Wyoming, Union Pacific EMD SW10 No. 96 notches it up while switching some passenger cars on October 9, 2008. UP No. 96 started life in 1950 as a... (more)
Recently delivered, UP 96 awaits the next president on Election day 2016.
Looking right at home, The former Cheyenne Steam Shop switcher is sitting with its futuristic (though sidelined) genset replacements, awaiting delivery to the Oregon Rail Heritage Center. Built fr... (more)
Now part of the historical collection in Cheyenne, Wyoming, Union Pacific EMD SW10 No. 96 switches some passenger cars on October 9, 2008. UP No. 96 started life in 1950 as a SW7 and was rebuilt b... (more)
Union Pacific #96 is used to switch equipment around the shop area for the UP Steam crew in Cheyenne
UP 96 rests outside the steam shops in Cheyenne.
The UP 96 took a spin with turbine fuel tank now used to carry water UPP 814. Where else can you catch a combination like this in 2005 other than Cheyenne? The West is best!