The late President George H. W. Bush's funeral procession train crosses the Navasota River bridge just north of Navasota, Texas, enroute to College Station.
Heading for College Station for his final resting place besides his wife Barbara, George H. W. Bush went with style behind the locomotive that was painted by Union Pacific.
UP operated an advance "sweeper train" two hours ahead of President Bush's funeral train, seen here crossing the Navasota River bridge just north of Navasota, Texas. The rumor mill had the UP Vet... (more)
First train of the duo without bush family members onboard.
UP 4141 leads its last train, George H.W. Bush's Funeral train, through the CR416 crossing near Navasota, TX.
A US Army soldier can be seen standing guard over the casket of President George H. W. Bush through the rear door of Union Pacific heritage fleet car number 5769 as the train makes its way towards... (more)
George Bush Sr. Funeral Train en-route to its final destination. Rest easy 41.
Union Pacific 4141 leads President George H. W. Bush's funeral procession across the Navasota River outside of Navasota, Texas, along the its route from Spring to College Station. Traffic was back... (more)
A mixed freight with a locomotive on both ends heads north on the Navasota sub past the searchlight signals at the junction.
A northbound UP freight races away from a strong line of thunderstorms in central Texas, a welcome relief from the normal drought-like conditions.
A great old SD45T-2 body rebuilt in 1998 by VMV to SD40T-2
Northbound manifest from Houston to Ft Worth Tx
Southbound loaded Auto Racks Union Pacific Navasota Sub
Dirty Dash 9 with torn Flag!!!