Union Pacific M-PRAS-16 brought these two special units to the A&S yard; after waiting over 3 hours, the two units made a light engine move from A&S yard to the Dupo yard where it will be put on d... (more)
Union Pacific placed UP 4141 on public display in downtown Omaha, NE from December 9th-12th. On the afternoon of December 12, 2018, 4141 was pulled from the display track. To get back on UP rails,... (more)
UP 4141, the locomotive that pulled the funeral train for former President George H.W. Bush is on a tour of the Union Pacific system and is shown trailing 1943 on train MPRAS. The SD70ACe, feature... (more)
Two of a kind! Union Pacific Railroad SD70ACes 4141 (George Bush 41 and 1943 (Spirit of the Union Pacific) were parked at UP’s Proviso Yard on the afternoon of Sunday, December 16, 2018. These t... (more)
UP 4141, the George H.W Bush units, sits with UP 1943, the Spirit unit at Proviso Yard. The 4141 recently pulled a funeral train for the late president and looks great in golden light. Special tha... (more)
When I landed at O’Hare today to spend a few days on a work assignment in Chicago, I checked my phone and saw that UP 4141 was on display at Proviso. I arrived to ... (more)
UP 4141 rests in Proviso, IL while on display for employees.
Flashback to early 2006. UP 4141 leads the Houston to Fort Worth manifest train through Waco Texas. This was back when it was in revenue service four months after its debut in College Station Texa... (more)
UP SD70ACe #4141 leads President George H.W. Bush's funeral train through Todd Mission, TX on its way to College Station, TX from Spring, TX. While normally I would dislike people in my photo, on... (more)
4141 south leads the Ft Worth to Englewood yard.
UP 4141 and a baggage car sit next to the TD Ameritrade Park. It was amazing to see all of the people that came out to see this unique locomotive.
UP 4141 and the baggage car that carried President Bush's (41) casket on display for a few days in Omaha.
Finally after arriving at his final resting place and soon he will be beside his wife Barbara, George H. W. Bush went with style behind the locomotive that was painted by Union Pacific, UP 4141.
With the George Bush funeral train in tow, Union Pacific 4141 races across the plains of Kansas on the way to Council Bluffs, Iowa.
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.