Train visit

ROCK SPRINGS: Deegan Wright, left, and Lexi Faler of Rock Springs admire the Union Pacific Big Boy 4014 that rolled into Rock Springs on Tuesday evening. Organizers planned for the steamer to spend the night in Rock Springs and depart for Cheyenne on Wednesday. Measuring 132 feet long and 16 feet 4 inches tall, the train is one of the largest steam locomotives that was ever built. It began service in December 1941 and retired in December 1961 after traveling 1,031,205 miles. After being on display in Pomona, Calif., the train is moving it to Cheyenne, where it will undergo a three- to five-year restoration. More
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