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This collection contains an oversize artist rendition of the two trains meeting at Promontory Point marking the completion of the Trans-continental railroad. There is no artist signature on the item.
Print from an unknown periodical with caption, “The Pacific Union Railway of
America: Ogden, Utah.” Depicts body of water with pier and the Pacific Union Railway and
Wasatch Mountains in the background, ca. 1869.
This collection contains items collected for exhibit use during the 2004 UCC Symposium. It includes items relating to the Central Pacific, Union Pacific, Southern Pacific, and Western Pacific Railroads.
Reproductions of photographs of the building of the Transcontinental Railroad, 1869, and of some individuals who were involved with it. Includes the classic photograph taken at the site of the driving of the Golden Spike, accredited to photographer Charles R. Savage, but actually taken by photographer, Andrew J. Russell.
Photograph postcards of Union Pacific Railroad trains at Devil’s Gate Bridge, Utah; Echo Canyon, Utah; and in the Wasatch Mountains east of Ogden, Utah. Photographs are by R.H. Kindig of Denver, Colorado. Dates are June 29, 1941 and September 29, 1951. Black and white. 3 x 5.
A collection of correspondence of the Union Pacific Railroad