71108-3 PULLMAN 10-1-2 Pullman Sleeper LAKE CAILLOU 71108-4 PULLMAN 10-1-2 Pullman Sleeper LAKE JAMES 71108-5 PULLMAN 10-1-2 Pullman Sleeper LAKE HAZEN 71108-6 PULLMAN 10-1-2 Pullman Sleeper LAKE CLARK
71408-3 UNION PACIFIC 28-1 Parlor 1524 71408-4 UNION PACIFIC 28-1 Parlor 1525 71408-5 UNION PACIFIC 28-1 Parlor 1527
71508-3 UNION PACIFIC 36 Seat Diner 316 71508-4 UNION PACIFIC 36 Seat Diner 323
71608-4 UNION PACIFIC Baggage RAILWAY EXPRESS AGENCY 3051 71608-5 UNION PACIFIC Baggage RAILWAY EXPRESS AGENCY 3075 71608-6 UNION PACIFIC Baggage RAILWAY EXPRESS AGENCY 3069
71708-0 UNION PACIFIC Paired Window Coach
71808-1 UNION PACIFIC Observation 1569 71808-2 PULLMAN Observation GOLDEN SPRINGS
71908-1 UNION PACIFIC RPO UNITED STATES MAIL RAILWAY POST OFFICE 2069 71908-2 UNION PACIFIC RPO UNITED STATES MAIL RAILWAY POST OFFICE 2065 71908-3 UNION PACIFIC RPO UNITED STATES MAIL RAILWAY POST OFFICE 2070
Does anybody have experience with the new UP HW? How do they fit with the older ones? Any complete train pictures/videos? Best, Sven
The heavyweight cars were generally assigned to the secondary trains such as the Overland, Utahn and Idahoan but were backup for the streamliners. I don't know of many images and many are in the "Other trains..." chapter of the book "Union Pacific's Streamliners."
Look what I found yesterday; the prototypes of the TRE 2005 and 2012 in this string of 7 RDCs. They are in Montpelier VT. They all little signs on them that say "Dead in Tow". There is 2003, 2004, 2005, 2009, 2010, 2013 and 2012 in the consist. I would have never expected to see these here.
Whew! After a tense 24 hours, I managed to sell off enough items to get my order placed for both numbers of the TRE RDC's. So, now I can ENJOY this announcement...YAY!!!!! Thank you AZL for doing these...if you can't tell from my profile pic, these are pretty important to my Z-scale existence. :-)