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Big Boy #4014 Steam Locomotive Fort Worth Texas Train Yard. Big Boy #4014 is a historic steam locomotive originally built for the Union Pacific... more
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Big Boy #4014 Steam Locomotive Fort Worth Texas Train Yard. Big Boy #4014 is a historic steam locomotive originally built for the Union Pacific Railroad in 1941. It was one of 25 Big Boy locomotives constructed by the American Locomotive Company for the Union Pacific, and it is the only one still in operation today.
The Big Boy #4014 is a massive locomotive, measuring 132 feet long and weighing over 1.2 million pounds. It has a 4-8-8-4 wheel configuration, which means it has four leading wheels, eight driving wheels, another set of eight driving wheels, and four trailing wheels. The locomotive was designed to haul heavy freight trains over the steep grades of the Rocky Mountains and was capable of pulling a train of up to 100 freight cars.
In 2019, the Union Pacific restored the Big Boy #4014 to operation as part of their heritage fleet. It is now used for special excursions and public displays, drawing crowds wherever it goes. Its striking black and red paint scheme, mas...
Robert is a self-taught, award winning, published photographer whose passion for photography began in high school after he received his first camera as a Christmas gift. He enjoys landscape, outdoor, and sports photography, and likes to share images captured through his lens with family, friends, and through social media. His work has been featured in the local media, and in a luxurious hardbound coffee table book sold throughout the Dallas Arts District. He has also won numerous photography awards at the State Fair of Texas. After retiring from an enjoyable career at Southwest Airlines, Robert now loves traveling with his wife and capturing photographic memories of the beautiful places they visit around the country. Please feel free...