Big Boy 4014 in Cheyenne

4-8-8-4 is christened, then hits the road for Utah
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Big crowds greet the arrival of Union Pacific's restored Big Boy No. 4014 as it arrives at the Cheyenne, Wyo., depot for its christening ceremony. After UP CEO Lance Fritz and his wife christen the massive locomotive, it departs with UP's other active steam engine, 4-8-4 No. 844, on the start of its trip to Utah for the Golden Spike's 150th anniversary.
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