Due to the dynamic nature of these operations, running times and scheduled stops are subject to change. A comprehensive schedule including locations and display times, as well as route map and a GPS monitor of No. 844's location, is available at http://www.up.com/aboutup/special_trains/steam/details.shtml.
Housed in Union Pacific's Steam Shop in Wyoming, No. 844 underwent a major overhaul and made its return to the rails for Cheyenne Frontier Days in late July.
Details about No. 844's restoration are available in a series of blog posts and videos available via the InsideTrack section of Union Pacific's website at http://www.up.com/aboutup/community/inside_track/heritage/index.htm.
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