4014 subsequently made two additional tours on its own, with the first tour taking it through the Midwestern United States from July 8 to August 8, 2019 and the second tour taking it through the Southwestern United States from September 27 to November 26. The locomotive was retired in December 1961, having traveled 1,031,205 miles in its 20 years in service.  Union Pacific retired No. 5 Oil, celebrate the 150th Anniversary of the Transcontinental Railroad's Completion. 4014 back[clarification needed] to Union Pacific. The locomotive operated in revenue service until 1959. 4014 Passing through, Revenue service and retirement (1941-1959).  The Steam Shop also used the time to expand and upgrade its facilities to accommodate a Big Boy. 4014 and the 24 other Big Boys routinely pulled trains of up to 4,200 short tons (3,750 long tons; 3,810 t). 4014 joined the railroad's No.  Around 9 p.m. on May 1, it moved under its own power for the first time in more than 59 years. ビッグボーイ4014イクスカーション、エクスカーショントレインのパワーカー、ビジネスカー、ドームラウンジカー、ダイナーカー、イクジビションカー、テンダーの説明 「これがほんまに動くところを 生きてるあいだに一回は 見たいもんやなー (>o<) 」 4014 for Ogden in 2019 and more", "Minnesota steam engine to use Big Boy fire grates", "Steam Update: Big Boy's Restoration Nearly Complete", "Big Boy 4014 gets drivers; UP asks for PTC waivers for three steam locomotives", "FRA: UP doesn't need waiver to run steam 11,000 miles in 2019", "Big Boy 4014, a hydrostatic test, and why UP can beat the usual six month rule", "Big Boy No. It was donated to the Railway and Locomotive Historical Society in late 1961 and thereafter displayed in Fairplex at the RailGiants Train Museum in Pomona, California. It was too heavy, too long, it burned too much fuel, and would cost too much to restore.  UP determined that its goals for the new class could be achieved by making several changes to the existing 4-6-6-4 "Challenger" design by enlarging the firebox to about 235 by 96 inches (5.97 m × 2.44 m) (about 155 sq ft or 14.4 m2), lengthening the boiler, adding four driving wheels, and reducing the diameter of the driving wheels from 69 to 68 in (1,753 to 1,727 mm). But they were wrong. This was done by replacing the firebox grates with a fire pan and an oil burner. , Union Pacific Big Boy No. Big Boy No. The locomotive was retired in December 1961, having traveled 1,031,205 miles in its 20 years in service. Big Boy 4014 Comebackのメンバー15,923人。This Is For Anything Related To This Special Big Boy! Soon To Be the Pride Of Union Pacific Once Again.  Designed to haul 3,600-short-ton (3,214-long-ton; 3,266 t) trains over Utah's Wasatch Range, No. In 2019, No. , The work included one major alteration: converting the coal-burning locomotive to run on No. They said it couldn't be done. 4014 before Big Boy runs", "Diesel No. Because of their great length, the frames of the Big Boys were "hinged," or articulated, to allow them to negotiate curves.  It is longer than two city buses and weighs more than a Boeing 747. 4014 completed its final revenue run on July 21, 1959, just hours before the last revenue run by any Big Boy. 25-C-116 was connected with 4014 and placed on display at Fairplex (RailGiants Train Museum) in Pomona, California. 4014 is the only operating Big Boy of the eight that remain in existence. Surviving tender No. Big Boy No. The tender was connected with No.  It was designed for stability at 80 miles per hour (130 km/h), allowing for a wide margin of reliability and safety, as steam locomotives normally operated well below that speed in freight service. The locomotives were 132 … Twenty-five Big Boys were built exclusively for Union Pacific Railroad, the first of which was delivered in 1941. , On February 6, 2019, No. Now converted to No. Part of Union Pacific's heritage fleet, it now operates in excursion service, in addition to hauling revenue freight during ferry moves. #4014 was retired from revenue service in 1961.  It had traveled 1,031,205 miles (1,659,564 km) during its twenty years of revenue service. Big Boy 4014 Comebackのメンバー15,901人。This Is For Anything Related To This Special Big Boy! , In March 2018, it was reported that the process of putting the locomotive back together had begun; ten months later, the locomotive's restoration was nearly finished. 3985.  Peak horsepower was reached around 35 mph (56 km/h); optimal tractive effort was reached around 10 mph (16 km/h). Big Boy No. Scott Moore, Union Pacific Railroad. There are seven Big Boys on public display in various cities around the country. If you are a supplier, contractor or carrier, please visit the, **Original configuration. 4014's last routine repairs took place in 1956. Union Pacific reacquired No. Juli 2013 kündigte die Union Pacific Railroad an, dass sie den Big Boy 4014 von der Railway and Locomotive Historical Society, Southern California Chapter zurück erworben habe und ihn demnächst von Pomona (bei Los Angeles) zur betriebsfähigen Wiederaufarbeitung nach Cheyenne überführen werde. "Big Boy No. 4014 was delivered to Union Pacific in December 1941. Soon To Be the Pride Of Union Pacific Once Again. Big Boy 4014 Comeback has 15,916 members.  The following evening, the locomotive made its first test run from Cheyenne to Nunn, Colorado. 4014 is riding the mighty rails of the Union Pacific Railroad once again as restoration has been completed in Cheyenne. 1996, an SD70ACe diesel locomotive painted in Southern Pacific colors. Serving classic American comfort food for 85 years including our famous double decker Big Boy® burgers, slim jims®, shakes, and breakfast buffet. 844 — traveled to Ogden, Utah. On April 10, 2019, the diesel locomotive numbered 4014 was redesignated as 4479 on the UP active locomotive roster, allowing the "Big Boy" to retain the number. Trix’s Big Boy 4014 in HO Review by Tony Cook with Shane T. Mason/photos by Shane T. Mason HO scale – For its 2020 re-release Märklin/Trix revisits Alco’s mightiest of steam locomotives with a contemporary take on this Union Pacific (UP) classic.  No. 4014 for 55 years.  The driving wheels were sent to be repaired by the Strasburg Rail Road in Strasburg, Pennsylvania. 844 in excursion service. Union Pacific Big Boy #4014 is the largest and most powerful operational steam locomotive in the United States. [a], In late 2012, Union Pacific officials announced that they would obtain a Big Boy locomotive, restore it to operating condition, and use it in excursion service. 4014, 844 and 3985 from federal Positive Train Control (PTC) requirements; in February 2019, the FRA officials responded that such waivers were not needed. 5 fuel oil. Union Pacific announced their decision to retire the 3985 in January 2020, as it felt that the steam team can only operate two steam locomotives at a time, and because of 3985's poor mechanical condition.  All of the Big Boys were retired by 1962, their duties assumed by diesel locomotives and gas turbine-electric locomotives (GTELs). 4014 gets new number ahead of Big Boy debut", "Union Pacific studying Big Boy restoration project", "Union Pacific Railroad Acquires Big Boy Locomotive No. , In December 2018, Union Pacific asked the Federal Railroad Administration (FRA) to exempt UP Nos.  Some new parts were fabricated, including the rod brasses, top boiler check valve, and lubricator check valves. 4014 Locomotive Prepares for 'Great Race Across the Midwest, "Union Pacific's Big Boy, the world's largest steam railroad engine, rolls through Nebraska this week", "Union Pacific Big Boy No. 4014 Restoration Begins", "Steam Update: With Disassembly Complete, Big Boy Fabrication Underway", "Progress report on Union Pacific Big Boy 4014", "Union Pacific confirms Big Boy 4-8-8-4 No. Union Pacific 4014, also known as the "Big Boy", is a steam locomotive owned and operated by the Union Pacific Railroad. 4014 partially derailed, This page was last edited on 26 December 2020, at 09:22. , No. 4014 sat largely idle for two years while the UP steam crew worked to overhaul No. In 2013, Union Pacific re-acquired the locomotive and launched a restoration project at their Steam Shop in Cheyenne, Wyoming. 4014 had begun under Heritage Fleet Operations director Ed Dickens.  No. Big Boy 4014 Comebackのメンバー15,912人。This Is For Anything Related To This Special Big Boy!  It was pulled from its display site at the museum, on temporary track, to the adjacent parking lot. 4014 will depart on its fall tour Sept. 27", "Union Pacific's Big Boy No.  On January 26, 2014, No. Union Pacific reacquired No. 4014", "UP No. 5 oil, Operational, based at the Union Pacific steam shop in. Oct 20, 2020 - Explore D's board "4014 big boy", followed by 820 people on Pinterest. , On July 23, 2013, the Southern California chapter of the Railway and Locomotive Historical Society agreed to transfer No. 4014 from the RailGiants Museum in Pomona, California, in 2013, and relocated it back to Cheyenne to begin a multi-year restoration process. #4014 was delivered new to the Union Pacific in 1941 as a coal burning locomotive. 4000形は、アメリカ合衆国のユニオン・パシフィック鉄道が1941年から1944年にかけて製作した、世界最大・最強級の蒸気機関車である。アメリカン・ロコモティブ（アルコ）社の手で25両（4000 - 4024号機）が製造され、ビッグボーイ(Big Boy)の愛称で一般によく知られている。  By early 2017, the locomotive had been completely disassembled. 25-C-311 is now connected to Big Boy 4014.  No. Why the Big Boy 4014 is Such a Badass Train In railroad lore, one steam engine stands above the rest as the ultimate expression of American Industrial art and science.  No. 4014 on December 7, 1961. 北海道から九州まで約300店舗お近くのハンバーグ＆ステーキレストランチェーン「ビッグボーイジャパン」へ ビッグボーイでは テイクアウトメニューを 販売しています。 お電話で事前予約をしていただくと、店頭でのお受け取りがスムーズになります。 4014 Prepares to Leave Pomona", "Big Boy lumbers to life at Pomona fairgrounds", "Fans Welcome Big Boy No. Soon To Be the Pride Of Union Pacific Once Again. 4014 was part of the first group of 20 Big Boys, classified as 4884-1. [c], On November 14, 2013, No. #4014 was on display at the Rail Giants Museum in Pomona, California from 1961 - 2013. 4014 departure delayed this morning", "Refurbished 'Big Boy' locomotive weighs more than a Boeing 747", "Big Boy's wheels to roll Monday on epic California-Wyoming journey", "Union Pacific to renumber SD70M No. 4014 was pulled from the Los Angeles County Fairplex to the Covina station on Metrolink trackage by No. , The Big Boy was articulated like the Mallet locomotive design, although without compounding. Be careful, you just might spill your coffee with this monster on board. Dormant for … Big Boy No. The UP 4014 Project After reacquiring Big Boy No. 4014 was delivered to Union Pacific in December 1941. 4014 is the only operating Big Boy of the eight that remain in existence. 4014 in November 1941 and delivered it the following month to Union Pacific, which placed it in revenue service. Soon To Be the Pride Of Union Pacific Once Again. 4014 made its first excursion run amid the celebrations marking 150 years since the completion of the First Transcontinental Railroad. 4014 from the RailGiants Museum in Pomona, California, in 2013, and relocated it back to Cheyenne to begin a multi-year restoration process. They had a 4-8-8-4 wheel arrangement, which meant they had four wheels on the leading set of "pilot" wheels which guided the engine, eight drivers, another set of eight drivers, and four wheels following which supported the rear of the locomotive. 4014 was delivered to Union Pacific in December 1941. Take a look! 4014 to the Southern California chapter of the Railway and Locomotive Historical Society in Pomona, California, where it became one of the eight Big Boys preserved around the United States. 4014's boiler passed a hydrostatic test. The locomotive was retired in December 1961, having traveled 1,031,205 miles in its 20 years in service. 4014 compare to a diesel locomotive ... or a Boeing 747? 4014 fired up for the first time; May 12 excursion announced", "Under its own power, Big Boy moves outside of shop", "The Big Boy leaves the shop and heads into history", "UP steam crew has Big Boy ready to roll", "World's Largest Steam Locomotive Returns to the Rails as Union Pacific Commemorates Transcontinental Railroad's 150th Anniversary", "Big Boy christened, begins trip to Golden Spike celebration", "Thousands turn out as Big Boy locomotive rolls into Ogden", "Union Pacific Recreates Historic Steam Meet, Commemorating 150th Anniversary of the Transcontinental Railroad's Completion", "Union Pacific's Big Boy No. 4014 also became the world's largest operational steam locomotive, displacing (and eventually replacing[d]) No. 4014's old firebox grates were saved and sent for the restoration of Milwaukee Road No. 261. Union Pacific 4014, also known as the "Big Boy", is a steam locomotive owned and operated by the Union Pacific Railroad. Big Boy No. On May 16, 2019, No. ビッグボーイは、「世界最大の蒸気機関車」、「世界最強の蒸気機関車」とよく称されるが、これについては異論もある。最大最強の条件をどこで取るかによってビッグボーイ以上の車両がいくつかあるためで、一例として「ノーザンパシフィック鉄道Z-5（イエローストーン）」（車輪配置2-8-8-4）は火床・伝熱・過熱面積はいずれもビッグボーイ以上であり、計算上の牽引力も上回っている[脚注 4]。また牽引力だけならさらに上がおり、「イーリー鉄道P1型」（車輪配置2-8-8-8-2）は「72562㎏」が記載さ … Twenty-five Big Boys were built exclusively for Union Pacific Railroad. 4014 Locomotive Concludes 150th Anniversary Celebration with 'Great Race Across the Southwest, "Big Boy Derailed On Way To Laramie, Back On Schedule", https://en.wikipedia.org/w/index.php?title=Union_Pacific_4014&oldid=996392994, Preserved steam locomotives of the United States, Individual locomotives of the United States, Standard gauge locomotives of the United States, Short description is different from Wikidata, Wikipedia articles needing clarification from January 2020, Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike License, 342,200 lb (155,219 kilograms) (2/3 load), 6,450 US gal (24,400 l; 5,370 imp gal) of No. , The Big Boy class was developed by Union Pacific and the American Locomotive Company (ALCO) to handle the grades of the Wasatch Range. 4014 from the Rail Giants Museum in Pomona, Calif., Union Pacific's steam team spent several months readying the locomotive for it's return to Cheyenne after spending over 50 years on display in southern California. How does No. , In August 2016, UP officials announced that restoration work on No. It is a four-cylinder simple articulated 4-8-8-4 "Big Boy" type built in 1941 by the American Locomotive Company (ALCO) of Schenectady, New York. 844. They can be found in St. Louis, Missouri; Dallas, Texas; Omaha, Nebraska; Denver, Colorado; Scranton, Pennsylvania; Green Bay, Wisconsin; and Cheyenne, Wyoming. , Upon the completion of the restoration, No. L'Union Pacific 4014 est une locomotive à vapeur articulée à quatre-cylindres, de disposition de roues 4-8-8-4 selon la classification américaine Whyte, et appelée Big Boy.Construite en 1941 par l'American Locomotive Company (ALCO) à Schenectady, New York, la locomotive appartient et est exploitée par l'Union Pacific Railroad. No. オンライン通販のAmazon公式サイトなら、Big Boy 4014 Updateを DVDストアで、いつでもお安く。当日お急ぎ便対象商品は、当日お届け可能です。アマゾン配送商品は、通常送料無料。 Union Pacific Railroad CHEYENNE, WY - The very popular Union Pacific "Big Boy" #4014 steam engine and train consist will not make its planned 2020 tour this year, the Union Pacific announced today. 4005, which ran on oil from 1946 until it was converted back to coal in 1948 due to uneven heating in its large, single-burner firebox. Big Boy No. 4014's Return to the National Rail Network", "Union Pacific Big Boy 4014 Arrives In Cheyenne", "Big Boy 4014 restoration still set for completion in 2019", "Steam Update: Big Boy No. 3105 Heads Home to RailGiants Museum", "Big Boy No.  It presently arrived at UP's West Colton Yard in Bloomington, California, where it sat on display until April 28, when it began its journey to Cheyenne.  After arriving at the Steam Shop's roundhouse on May 8, No. Rivarossi DC N Dampflok 4-8-8-4 BIG BOY Pacific 4014 アメリカ・ユニオンパシフィック鉄道の大型蒸気機関車BIG BOYです。 Hallo, eine super gute Nachricht für alle Dampflok-Freunde: Am 23. The massive engines normally operated between Ogden, Utah, and Cheyenne, Wyo. Retired Challenger 3985 tender No. It returned to service in May 2019 to celebrate the 150th Anniversary of the Transcontinental Railroad's Completion. #bigboygivesback big boy® is making a major commitment to metro detroit during the coronavirus (COVID-19) crisis, promising to donate 10,000 meals to children in the area 4014 was retired in late 1961, and no Big Boy engine has run since 1962. It is a four-cylinder simple articulated 4-8-8-4 "Big Boy" type built in 1941 by the American Locomotive Company (ALCO) of Schenectady, New York. [e], In May 2019, No. This Is For Anything Related To This Special Big Boy!  Following its May 4 christening at the Cheyenne Depot Museum, the locomotive — along with No.  No. , ALCO built No. One retired Union Pacific employee, Jim Ehernberger, remembers …  The locomotive was successfully test fired on April 9.  That same year, Union Pacific donated No. No.  This made No. 4014 began its journey to the UP Steam Shop in Cheyenne. The locomotives were 132 feet long and weighed 1.2 million pounds. See more ideas about union pacific railroad, steam locomotive, steam trains. Register to access Secure Tools, Applications and Reports to help simplify your business. The Union Pacific Big Boy is a type of simple articulated 4-8-8-4 steam locomotive manufactured by the American Locomotive Company (ALCO) between 1941 and 1944 and operated by the Union Pacific Railroad in revenue service until 1959. 4014 the first Big Boy to undergo a coal-to-oil conversion since No. 4014 was operated for the first time after sitting dormant for almost six decades. 4014 rode the rails for 20 years from 1941 to 1961, clocking more than one million miles.
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