1. Spectators marvel at the huge locomotive UP 4014.
2. UP 4014. View 2. More spectators.
3. UPP 809 is an auxiliary water car "Jim Adams". It was built in 1937 for the first series of 4-8-4s. It was later converted to a fuel tender for turbine locomotives.
4. Note the articulation on the front engine. Former Terminal Railroad Association of St. Louis’ “Perry” tower is in the background. The tower controlled the entrance to St. Louis Union Station. UP 4014.
5. UP 4014 was converted to burn oil, as coal would be a logistical nightmare.
6. Auxiliary water tender UPP 809 “Jim Adams.”
7. UP 4014 is being serviced. In the background is the wye entrance to union station and a signal bridge.
8. UP Exhibition train with tool car “Pony Express” in front.
9. UPP Tool car 6334 “Art Lockman”.
10. UP 4014.
11. UP 4014. Another view.
12. UPP 809 tender.
13. On the right is the long line for the multi-media exhibition car “Promontory”. UP 4014 Exhibition train.
14. The Pyle-National backup light is recessed into the UP 4014 tender, and the P-N marker light just above it. Previously marker lights were located on each side of the tender. You can see a bracket to the left of the ladder.
15. On top you see the turbo generators and safety “pop off” valves. The whistle is just behind the twin stacks. Please note that this engine has been rebuilt. Devices installed in 1941 may have been replaced with more modern equipment. UP 4014.
16. The red lettering on the lower front of the tender reads “Fire Hose Only.” Back in the day these tenders had nozzles on top of the tank to aim toward trackside fires caused by cinders. UP 4014 tender.
17. UP 4014. Another top view.
18. UP steam boiler and generator car UPP 209 “Howard Fogg.”
19. Tool storage car UPP 5714 “Lynn Nystrom”.
There was other rail activity also. Will get to that later.