Report: UP's Bush locomotive heads for Chicago area after Omaha display

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Union Pacific No. 4141, shown in Fort Worth, Texas, in 2008, is reportedly on its way to the Chicago area.
Steve Schmollinger

OMAHA, Neb. — The locomotive and baggage car from George H.W. Bush’s funeral train have ended their display in Omaha, and the locomotive is now reportedly heading to the Chicago area.

Union Pacific SD70ACe No. 4141, in its Air Force One-inspired paint scheme, and passenger car Council Bluffs concluded four days on display in the Omaha area at noon Wednesday. KETV-7 in Omaha quotes a Union Pacific representative as saying the locomotive was next heading to the “Chicagoland area” and is traveling the system to give employees a chance to see the historic equipment.

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