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Union Pacific Big Boy #4014
Published 1 year ago
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Union Pacific 4-8-8-4 Big Boy #4014 was one of the 25 Big Boys purchased from ALCO in 1941. They hauled heavy freight trains over famous grades such as Cajon Pass, Sherman Hill and the Wasatch Mountains from 1941 to about 1953. By then Union Pacific began to retire it’s big steam locomotives to make way for the newer gas turbines, centennials and diesel locomotives. By 1959, all 25 Big Boys were retired. 17 out of the 25 were scrapped, while the 8 survivors were donated to railroad museums across the United States. Today, #4014 is still in running order. This model is taken from the Snakebyte.dk website. Instructions are available at this website as well.


This is not my MOC, I only created a digital version of it. For this version, colors have been altered. This model is not buildable with these colors in real life!


Missing parts:
• 87513c01 - Electric 9V Battery Box Power Functions (Non-Rechargeable) with Dark Bluish Gray Bottom
• bb0339c01 - Electric, Pole Reverser / Polarity Switch with Black Lead, Power Functions
• 58123bc01 - Electric, Power Functions Receiver Unit with Dark Bluish Gray Bottom and Black V2 Print (Version 2)
• x1688 - Electric, Train Motor 9V RC Train
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1 year ago
het is echt super mooi man kijk ook bij mij ik ben klaar met mijn huis
12 months ago
for a simple build takes a few hours but this probably took weeks! props man
10 months ago
This is definitely one of the best LEGO train models I've ever seen!!
3 weeks ago
great job! looks like it took ages!
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