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Bachmann Industries ALCO 2-6-0 Union Pacific 41 Steam Locomotive Car

  • DCC On Board Diesel Locomotive
  • Locomotive backed by Bachmann’s exclusive Limited Lifetime Warrantee
  • N Scale – 1:160 — Conforms with NMRA (National Model Railroad Association) Standards

Product Description
All new tooling. DCC-equipped for speed, direction, and lighting; dual-mode NMRA-compliant decoder; die-cast chassis and boiler; metal valve gear and side rods; operating LED headlight; metal handrails and wheels; front and rear E-Z Mate(c) Mark II couplers. Performs best on 11.25″ radius curves or greater. WARNING: CHOKING HAZARD – SMALL PARTS! NOT INTENDED FOR CHILDREN UNDER 3…. More >>

Bachmann Industries ALCO 2-6-0 Union Pacific 41 Steam Locomotive Car

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Kato USA Model Train Products Union Pacific FEF-3 Steam Locomotive Freight Version #838 Train

  • Coreless motor design with dual brass Flywheels for silky-smooth performance at all speeds, even slow crawls
  • Special cross-braced shock absorbers equalize the pressure on the locomotive drivers to maximize traction
  • Illuminated headlight and locomotive number boards
  • DCC friendly design, allowing for easy drop-in installation of DCC. All detail parts installed and ready-to-run!
  • 11″ (282mm) minimum turning radius on ground level track, 15″ (381mm) minimum turning radius on viaduct track.

Product Description
The Union Pacific FEF (four eight four) is easily one of the most recognizable us steam prototypes still in operation today. The FEF-3 series of steam locomotives was delivered in 1944 and were the last, and some of the largest, steam locomotives used by the Union Pacific. Operated solely by the Union Pacific, the FEF’s were intended primarily to be passenger locomotives but the Up’s large fleet of available diesels meant that the FEF’s were put to work in secondary… More >>

Kato USA Model Train Products Union Pacific FEF-3 Steam Locomotive Freight Version #838 Train

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Kato USA Model Train Products Union Pacific FEF-3 Steam Locomotive #844 Train

  • Coreless motor design with dual brass Flywheels for silky-smooth performance at all speeds, even slow crawls
  • Special cross-braced shock absorbers equalize the pressure on the locomotive drivers to maximize traction
  • Illuminated headlight and locomotive number boards
  • DCC friendly design, allowing for easy drop-in installation of DCC. All detail parts installed and ready-to-run!
  • 11″ (282mm) minimum turning radius on ground level track, 15″ (381mm) minimum turning radius on viaduct track.

Product Description
The Union Pacific FEF (four eight four) is easily one of the most recognizable us steam prototypes still in operation today. The FEF-3 series of steam locomotives was delivered in 1944 and were the last, and some of the largest, steam locomotives used by the Union Pacific. Operated solely by the Union Pacific, the FEF’s were intended primarily to be passenger locomotives but the Up’s large fleet of available diesels meant that the FEF’s were put to work in secondary… More >>

Kato USA Model Train Products Union Pacific FEF-3 Steam Locomotive #844 Train

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Union Pacific Engine No. 844 in Ogden, Utah


Union Pacific’s No. 844, a historic steam engine, arrives at Ogden’s Union Station on Saturday, Nov. 26, 2011. It will remain in Ogden Saturday and Sunday fo…

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Union Pacific 3985 steaming to the Super Bowl Jan2004 @ Lexington Neb


UP 3985 January run to the2004 Super Bowl in Houston shown here charging eastbound into Lexington, Nebraska

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2010 MTH Union Pacific 4-6-0 Ten Wheeler


This is my new Union Pacific 4-6-0 Freight Starter Set by MTH, from their 2010 catalog. The engine and cars fall under MTH’s Railking Rugged Rails product line. I figure these sets are real steals at under $300. You get a fantastic engine, some well done O-27 cars and a multi-function proto sound controller + constant-voltage power supply. I really wish Lionel would offer a comparably simplified and inexpensive Legacy controller. The set also comes with a loop of MTH’s Realtrax, which I’ll be trading for Fastrack on eBay since that’s what I already have. I bought this set online from T and K Hobby. When I ordered this engine, I was unsure if I’d be keeping it or re-selling it, but now I’m in love! Next up, I’m thinking some kind of Rail King Scale diesel.

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Union Pacific 844 Leaving Uvalde, TX


The mighty steam engine UP-844 departs Uvalde, TX on 12 May 2006. Video from hand-held camera — very close to the train.

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Union Pacific Odyssey vol1-Part1


Purchase at — www.greenfrog.com From 1952 through 1980, Emery Gulash, one of the nation’s most respected 16mm film photographers chased the Union Pacific through its sparkling history. In Volume 1 of this series, you’ll follow Emery and his Bolex cameras through the end of steam and into the first generation diesel era. Then you’ll go along with him as he spends a good part of a year chasing that well known Northern type steam engine 8444 in his story called ‘The Year of the 8444’ The Northern interfaces with many of the UP crack ‘City’ trains and freights as well! Many freight and passenger trains, turbines and first generation diesels are also covered in this two hour train chasing extravaganza! You’ll also visit many locations of the UP such as Denver, North Platte, Sherman Hill, Ogden, Chicago, St. Louis, Green River, Council Bluffs, Cheyenne, Rawlins, etc… Approx. Running Time 2 hours-TWO-DISC SET

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