The Casket of George Bush 41 rolls by while a member of the military stands at attention for the entire ride from Houston 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.
After flying for much of its trip, UP 4141 comes to a crawl as it approaches Oreapolis.
After serving its purpose in Texas, UP 4141 leads the return train to Council Bluffs of 21 office cars across Lake Eufaula in Oklahoma during heavy rainfall.
Six "Alien Bee" strobe ... (more)
Mission accomplished, UP 4141 pulls away from the crew change at Valley Junction at 2117.
After completing its run pulling Bush 41s funeral train, UP 4141 throttles up leading north to Fort Worth, running across the East Texas plains one last time.
Thousands of People line up along a 70 mile stretch of UP's Navasota Sub between Spring & College Station, many seen here at Magnolia, Texas, to witness a historic moment that will be in everyone'... (more)
On the last day of the late former President George H. W. Bush's funeral procession, Union Pacific did the honors of giving President Bush his final ride to College Station where he will soon be b... (more)
UP 4141 leads its last train, George H.W. Bush's Funeral train, through the CR416 crossing near Navasota, TX.
Ft Worth to Englewood yard in Houston.
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)