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Union Pacific Railroad

The Union Pacific Railroad (reporting marks UP, UPP, UPY), legally Union Pacific Railroad Company and often called simply Union Pacific, is a freight-hauling railroad that operates 8,300 locomotives over 32,200 miles (51,800 km) routes in 23 U.S

  • states west of Chicago and New Orleans
  • Union Pacific is the second largest railroad in the United States after BNSF, with which it shares a
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    History of the Union Pacific Railroad

    The history of the Union Pacific Railroad stretches from 1862 to the present

  • For operations of the current railroad, see Union Pacific Railroad; for the holding company that owns the current railroad, see Union Pacific Corporation

  • There have been four railroads called Union Pacific: Union Pacific Rail Road, Union Pacific Railway, Union Pacific Railroad (Mark I), and Union Pacific Railr…
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    UNION PACIFIC RAILROAD

    • The Union Pacific Railroad was the eastern segment of the first transcontinental railroad completed in 1869
    • After years of agitation for a railroad link to the Pacific coast, in 1862 the United States Congress authorized such a venture
    • When the original legislation failed to attract sufficient capital for undertaking the project, a new law

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