|6900||Donated to City of Omaha, Nebraska||November 1986|
|6901||Donated to City of Pocatello, Idaho; displayed in Ross Park with a steam 2-8-2 and a CA-1 wooden caboose||March 1986.|
|6911||Donated to Mexico Institute of Technology, Mexico City||March 1985|
|6913||Donated to State of Texas, displayed at Texas State Fairgrounds, Dallas, Texas||March 1986|
Donated in May 1985 to Southern California Chapter of the Railway & Locomotive Historical Society, Pomona, California, displayed at Los Angeles County Fairgrounds, Pomona, California, adjacent to UP 4-8-8-4 4014
|6916||Donated to Ogden Union Station, Ogden, Utah||January 1986|
Donated to City of North Platte, Nebraska; displayed at Cody Park
|6925||Stored at Chamberlain, South Dakota, on Dakota Southern Railroad; empty shell, with engines, generators, air compressors and traction motors missing; not officially preserved; still there in mid-January 2015.||April 1987|
|6930||Donated to Smoky Hill Railway & Historical Society, Shawnee Mission, Kansas; traded to Illinois Railway Museum in exchange for former Wabash coaches||August 1985|
|6930||Illinois Railway Museum||October 1991|
|6936||Last operating UP DDA40X, still in service, used for special trains.|
|6938||On display at Jenks Shops, North Little Rock, Arkansas||November 1989|
|6944||Donated to National Museum of Transportation, St. Louis, Missouri; cosmetically restored in May 2015||August 1984|
|6946||Donated to Feather River Rail Society, Portola, California|
Feb 12, 2016
Fw: The massive 6900 Union Pacific locos
What did I start? I never knew the 6936 was ever in Spokane!
Thanks Bruce! Jerry
UP 6936 visited Spokane on April 11, 2008 when the UP ran an Engineering special round-trip from Hinkle to Eastport
Northbound, on BNSF at Spokane St, just east of Division.
UP 5341 is the second unit.
Crossing Trent Ave northbound, after leaving BNSF mainline at Napa St
Approaching Fancher Rd.
Changing crews at Park Rd.
In the Valley at the junction of the Coeur D'Alene branch
At Clagstone ID. I drove like a madman and got here less than a minute ahead of the train!
It was well after dark when the southbound train returned to Spokane. Changing crews at Fancher Rd.
Here is a link to an interesting article about the Centennials with all kinds of interesting information:
There were 47 Centennials built. 14 of them still exist: