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 UP 3985 Across NebraskaAdded: October 05, 2008 

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Locomotive Details Location/Date of Video
Union Pacific (more..)
Steam 4-6-6-4 (more..)
Hwy 30 (more..)
Brady, Nebraska, USA (more..)
September 22, 2008
Locomotive No./Train ID Videographer
UP 3985 (more..)
Allen Robertson (more..)
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Remarks: UP 3985 seen at various locations along Highway 30 from Brady NE to Richland NE.
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  User Comments on this Video (7)

Posted by Derek Buel on October 5, 2008

Awasome editing! 3985 is alive and well!

Posted by Geoff on October 7, 2008

Purr-dy!! How often does 3985 look so new ... and the whole state is her showroom floor!

Posted by The trainiac on October 8, 2008

Awesome man, brings shivers to my spine!!!!

Posted by Mike Connors on January 31, 2009

Great montage of a great locomotive!

Posted by Duke on December 15, 2009

I see lots of work in putting together this video. Well worth it. The kids should see this one live to see what steam powered locomotives looked, smelled, sonded and felt like as they roared by.

Posted by "Cheyenne Bob" on February 20, 2010

This video captured a couple of scenes that really give credance to the phrase, "Haulin' the mail." That's appropriate too seein's how an ex Railway Post Office car, then named the "Sherman Hill," is bringing up the markers. Nice job.

Posted by Richard RAZ on November 29, 2012

It is always a pleasure to see the largest operating locomotive in the world to operate.

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