Union Pacific Steam Locomotive Big Boy No. 4014, the largest steam train in the world, along with The Living Legend No. 844, stopped at the Laramie Railroad Depot in Downtown Laramie, Wyoming on May 4th, 2019 to celebrate the 150th anniversary of the completion of the transcontinental railroad and golden spike on its way to Ogden, Utah.
The locomotive had been in Cheyenne for the last few years being worked on by engineers until it was finally restored for this commemorative trip and blew its whistle for the first time in about 60 years the day of these photographs. Laramie was the first stop of the historic trip. Rail fans from all over the world came to witness this historical and memorable event and an estimated 3,000 alone visited the Laramie Depot that day.
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