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(Almost) All Of My Union Pacific Models
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Here is 5 of a total of 11 Union Pacific Mocs that I’ve built (with the exception of UP #119). In my opinion, this reunion of some of the iconic locomotives the Union Pacific has ever owned. And this also includes some new models I’ve built, including my semi-finished Veranda turbine and my brand new, finished today, set of A-B-A Union Pacific’s EMD E9s. Also included in this model is both of my UP excursion coaches and auxiliary fuel tenders! Fun fact: this was originally going to be a publication of my new EMD E9s, but I decided instead to make a UP locomotive reunion. It was also going to have Big Boy #4014, Ed Dickens, my E9s, my GP38, my auxiliary tenders, my coaches, my UP SP EMD SD70ACe #1996, and my UP EMD SD70M #4014. Unfortunately, when I tried to get the heritage unit and the SD70M into the model, the entire website crashed because it was too many pieces for my iPad to handle, so I decided just to have Ed Dickens, Big Boy 4014, my E9s, my coaches, my Veranda turbine, my GP38, and my auxiliary tenders. So yeah, make sure to like, comment and stay tuned for my next project. Until then, this is UnionPacific4014, hoping to see you in the future.
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UnionPacific4014
2 months ago
Thanks man! I forgot to mention that the E9 locomotives are an A-B-A set of LEGO’s Santa Fe Super Chief set, just recolored in Union Pacific colors. Also, in this model I have included two of my GP38s: my yellow Union Pacific GP38, and my SP painted GP38.
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