The recently restored UP Big Boy 4012, at Steamtown on National Train Day 2021
In November 1984, UP Big Boy 4012 was relocated from Bellows Falls, VT to Steamtown in Scranton, PA. Even the horse in the pasture here stopped to take a look. Photo taken just north of Bainbridg... (more)
In November 1984, UP Big Boy 4012 was relocated from Bellows Falls, VT to Steamtown in Scranton, PA. The photographers in the foreground of this picture were standing on the D&H Penn Division brid... (more)
In November 1984, UP Big Boy 4012 was relocated from Bellows Falls, Vermont, to Scranton, PA. The locomotive is shown here, exiting the Belden Tunnel, on its way over the D&H between Oneonta and B... (more)
The other big boy
Built by American Locomotive Works in 1941, #4012 is one of eight remaining survivors from her class. This locomotive hauled freight for 21 years between Cheyenne, Wyoming and Ogden, Utah. This lo... (more)
Baldwin Locomotive Works 0-6-0 26 steams past Union Pacific "Big Boy" 4012 at Steamtown National Historic Site.
The rising sun lights up the flanks of Steamtown's Big Boy.
The largest steam locomotive on the East Coast: Union Pacific "Big Boy" 4017 at Steamtown.
"Behemoth Basking in the Morning Light"
A truly impressive locomotive - UP 4012 measures in at a monstrous 132 feet long and takes up the entire frame of this photo! The loco... (more)
An intermodal comes down out of the Cascade Mountains into the morning sunlight in Central Oregon.
1/2 half of this locomotive is a pretty darn powerful locomotive. Soon 4012's sister is to come alive, for the first time since 1959.
UP 4012 and CN 47 sit in the yard at Steamtown in Scranton
A UP 4000 class sits on display at Steamtown