Union Pacific 844 July Steam Excursion

Tickets are now on sale at the Cheyenne Depot Museum  for a one way Union Pacific 844 steam excursion on July 22. The trip will be to ferry the locomotive and cars from Denver to Cheyenne following the Denver Post Frontier Days Train the day before. Buses will be available to shuttle passengers from Cheyenne for the return trip to Denver and Denver area residents south after arrival in Cheyenne.

UP's Denver Post Cheyenne Frontier Days excursion rolls across Sand Creek shortly after the train's 0700 departure from Denver July 23, 2011. Photo by James E. House

Tentatively the train will depart Denver at 1 p.m, with the location to be determined, and arriving at the Cheyenne Depot Museum at 5 p.m. Buses will depart Cheyenne at 9 a.m. for Denver. Discounted fares are available for museum members and can be purchased with your tickets.

A photo run-by will be provide for passengers.

Click here for tickets and information on UP 844 Steam Excursion

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2 Responses to Union Pacific 844 July Steam Excursion

  1. lad shunneson says:

    please email me the railfan schedules for 2015 for all of the up steam trips in and out of Colorado and Wyoming and how to buy tickets –thankyou lad

  2. Bob Whitfield says:

    Please send me a schedule for Union Pacific 844 in the Kansas Oklahoma areas in 2016. Thanks Bob

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