Union Pacific

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Colorado And Southern Railway
... Railway were brought together to form the Union Pacific, Denver and Gulf Railway in 1890 ... When Union Pacific went bankrupt in 1893 they were separated from the Union Pacific and united with the Denver, Leadville and Gunnison Railway and others, by Frank Trumbull to form the Colorado and Southern ...
Central Midland Railway - History
... of the Chicago, Rock Island and Pacific Railroad (CRIP) ... The SSW was already part of the Southern Pacific group and did not need access to St ... instead acquired trackage rights over the parallel Union Pacific mainline ...
Lund Highway - History
... with the nearest railroad station, that of the Los Angeles and Salt Lake Railroad (Union Pacific Railroad) at Lund ... The Union Pacific Railroad began to promote a "circle tour" connecting Bryce Canyon National Park, Cedar Breaks National Monument, Zion National Park, and the North Rim of the Grand Canyon National ... off-railroad distance, allowing the Utah Parks Company, a Union Pacific subsidiary that operated the tour buses and park lodging, to begin at Cedar City ...
St. Joseph Swing Bridge - History
... Railroad Company (which was primarily used for the Union Pacific) ... The Atchison, Topeka and Santa Fe Railway and Chicago, Rock Island and Pacific Railroad also had trackage rights to the bridge ... Union Pacific sold the bridge and its 108-mile line to Upland, Marshall County, Kansas, to Railtex in 1990 operating it as the Northeast Kansas and Missouri Railroad (NEKM ...
List Of Blueberry Characters - Recurring Characters
... of avoiding a war with Indians in 1868 at a time when he headed the Union Pacific railroad ... He was hired by the Central Pacific railroad to block Union Pacific's advance ... He slaughtered bison with his band and blamed this crime on Union Pacific members to trigger a war with the Indians ...

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