Union Pacific Big Boy Celebration - Admission Donation

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Product Overview

Online ticket sales have ended as of 6 am Monday July 8, 2024. Purchase tickets at the gate the day of the event.

FOR THOSE WHO PURCHASED ONLINE, YOU MUST PRESENT RECEIPT AT MUSEUM ENTRY GATE FOR ADMISSION ON JULY 10, 2024.  NO TICKETS WILL BE MAILED.

On July 10, 2024, the Western Pacific Railroad Museum will be hosting a visit by Union Pacific's legendary Big Boy steam locomotive 4014.

Come visit the museum, tour our famous collection of historic railroad equipment, enjoy caboose train and motorcar rides, explore model railroads and experience the awesome sight of the World's Largest Operating Steam Locomotive.

The event opens at 9 AM and closes at 6 PM.  Wristbands are good all day, July 10 only, for admission, train rides, equipment tours and viewing of the UP 4014 Big Boy.  Parking is FIRST COME, FIRST SERVE.  Parking is expected to be limited for the event.  Check the WPLives.org/BigBoy webpage for additional parking options when they become available.

Please note that the Western Pacific Railroad Museum is a working railyard with equipment that moves and operates.  DO NOT climb on the top of equipment or under equipment.  Please take care with small children.  Any pets MUST be on a leash and will be restricted to the grounds only.  All access to view the Big Boy will be via the marked pathways and designated viewing areas with a safety keep back distance.  Anyone leaving the marked areas, not following the instructions of UP and WPRM staff or presenting a safety hazard to themselves or others will be asked to leave and barred from returning to the event.  Safety First.

  • Stand back at least 25 feet from all railroad tracks.
  • Railroad tracks, trestles, yards and right of way are private property -do not trespass.
  • Never assume tracks are abandoned or inactive - ALWAYS expect a train.

NOTE: Schedules and events subject to change. The FRRS is not responsible for any changes to the event caused by outside factors such as mechanical breakdowns or schedule changes.

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