Central Pacific Jupiter stretches is legs as it leaves the engine house and heads for display at the site of the driving of the Golden Spike.
One of the perks of truck driving has found me in interesting places with interesting loads. One of the most interesting is the Railroad Ties and Crossing Panels I had to deliver to the Golden Spi... (more)
Looking like May 10, 1869 not 2008.
Central Pacific #60 (Jupiter) was used for the "2007 Winter Steam" at the Golden Spike National Historic Site
Jupiter steams down the siding at the Golden Spike National Historic Site. Only a few hours later that pretty blue pilot would be wrecked in an unfortunate accident.
Jupiter and 119 performing a steam demonstration at the Golden Spike National Historic Site.
The replicas of "Jupiter" and No. 119 sparkle in the early morning sun at Promontory Summit, Utah.
Recreating the classic A.J. Russell photo on the 137th anniversary of the driving of the Golden Spike.
Jupiter was made in 1979 to replace the engine borrowed from "Hollywood" to celebrate the Centennial year celebration of 1969. Prior to this there was just a simple white, slanted monument with a ... (more)