The Big Boy shows very little evidence of the wreck damage today. 2 and 3 on the second engine of the articulated locomotive fell into the gauge as the engine entered the yard at the Washington Street underpass. 4014's two derailed drivers back onto the rail at Rawlins, Wyo. But it was too late.”. 4014 gets new number ahead of Big Boy debut, Amtrak 'San Joaquins' introduce revised schedule, California governor vows to fight federal funding cut to high-speed rail, BNSF CEO Carl Ice says efficiency is a key to railroad's growth strategy, Texas Central's legislative battles continue, Metra to offer summer kids-ride-free program, Metrolink line shut down after crash of military jet, Big Boy's journey home: Rock Springs to Rawlins, Big Boy commands attention, but shares right-of-way, Trains News Wire Round-Up for May 17, 2019. He was a member of the Fraternal Order of Eagles, Council 2128, Knights of Columbus, the Order of St. Christopher for Catholic Railroadmen, Junior Old Timers, and the Brotherhood of Fireman and Engineers. All I could think of was getting my hands over my face.” Anderton died at 10:57 a.m. on Wednesday, April 29, from second and third degree burns covering 80 per cent of his body, severe prolonged shock, and other complications. “I began working for the Union Pacific Railroad in 1951-52. The 4005 entered the open switch at 50 mph causing it to careen off the rails and skid along its left side tearing up rail and roadbed. Big Boy No. 4014, the Big Boy, is in one piece again nearly two years after the behemoth was disassembled to begin its restoration. View our, Your email address has been successfully added to the Trains Industry Newsletter. Many of the four car loads of pigs were killed upon impact. The engineer made an emergency application of the brakes as the engine entered the siding. The cab was completely gone, only the gray color of the firebox was visible and some of the side rods were missing and it looked as if even the frame had been broken. Sixty-two cars and a caboose followed the giant 600-ton ‘Big Boy’ locomotive and it lumbered along the tracks. As added protection, two other section men were to open a switch in each main track, which led to the siding. 4014 is the world's only operating Big Boy. “When I arrived on the scene of the derailment, live steam was still shooting at least a hundred feet into the air as they had not been able to get close enough to try and rescue the crew on the head end. He could not get near the wreck, as the hissing steam billowed around the injured train. I did not know a ‘Big Boy’ could die but there it was and how sad it was just limping along like an old gray horse with one leg broken. After he received the line-up information the foreman assigned one section man to proceed eastward and other westward to provide flag protection at each end of the side track. At this same time just 8.5 miles to the west another event was unfolding. By 1962 all twenty-five of the ‘Big Boys’ were retired. 844's publicity work as a railroad version of the Goodyear Blimp, Wrinn said. The morning was cloudy with a light mist and the 0.43 percent descending grade made for easy travel. Engineer Leo Murry, Fireman Lawrence (Ed) Endres, and Brakeman James R. Anderton made up the head-end crew. At 9:10 a.m. the train passed through Wamsutter, Wyoming, headed westbound not knowing that in just 10 minutes the unthinkable would happen. Conductor James Walker and Brakeman Ivan Shurigar made up the rear end crew. The ‘Big Boy’ is a 4-8-8-4 single-expansion articulated type steam locomotive manufactured by the American Locomotive Company in Schenectady, New York for the Union Pacific Railroad between 1941-1944. One retired Union Pacific employee, Jim Ehernberger, remembers the Big Boys well. Shurigar protected the rear of the train by walking a mile back east to set two torpedoes on the track so that the engineer of an oncoming train would be warned and not collide into the back of the derailed train. Can you imagine the most famous steam locomotive returning to life after 60 years of retirement? Of the eight still in existence, No. 4014 will join in No. He was a member of the Brotherhood of Locomotive Fireman and Engineers. The Railway and Locomotive Historical Society, Southern California Chapter, operator of RailGiants Train Museum, returned Big Boy No. He and I stood there talking while waiting for the Engineer, Hog Head they were called in those days, to show up so they could go from the yard office where the only warm stove was going and go to the east end and pick up their engine for a drag west. Big Boy Day is still celebrated every year at the museum. Anderton asked rescuers for a drink of water and a cigarette. “I’m only speculating now but I can visualize the fireman Ehlers (Endres) and the head brakeman screaming at the top of their voices to the engineer, STOP, STOP, RED SWITCH AHEAD! That locomotive, which is based in Cheyenne, Wyoming, was an important component in commemorating the 150th anniversary of the completion of the first Transcontinental Railroad, which the Union Pacific helped construct between 1863 and 1869. — The world’s largest operating steam locomotive, 600-ton Union Pacific Big Boy No. Early reports indicated that the engineer and fireman were alive after the accident, as two workers said they spoke to the men. The first 12 cars were badly damaged and piled in a 70' high heap. I was pleased to hear the chuffs fade as it topped the grade and started to drift downhill. A team of nine people worked to restore the Big Boy train for more than two years in … According to workmen at the site some pigs provided comic relief during the emotionally and physically draining rescue operation. Family of the crew were there, as well as 2 engineers who had run the #4005. Occasionally a pig would regain consciousness and with a terrific grunt would take off running through curious bystanders. 4014, derailed Thursday afternoon as it entered the yard here after an uneventful trip from Rock Springs, Wyo. The Moffat Modeler's N-Scale Model Train Layout. Big Boy 4005 Wreck April 2020 The Forney Museum of Transportation is a 501 (c) (3) non-profit organization which exists to collect, preserve, and exhibit items of artistic, historical and technological interest relating to transportation for the purposes of education and personal enrichment. That is how they accessed Rawlins on May 4 on the westbound leg. So Union Pacific decided to design a new locomotive that could handle the run b… They were tested at speeds between 70 and 80 m.p.h. RAWLINS, Wyo. 844 returned home, concluding the inaugural tour for the 4-8-8-4 in celebration of the 150th anniversary of the Golden Spike. The Union Pacific Steam Team recently hoisted the Big Boy’s more than 250-ton boiler and rear engine into the air with two massive cranes and reconnected it to its front engine. RAWLINS, Wyo. The Big Boy's trip through southern Utah on Saturday apparently figured in a six-car accident that injured two people. In May, it completed its inaugural tour to Ogden for Union Pacific's 150th anniversary ceremony. Conductor James Walker and Brakeman Ivan Shurigar made up the rear-end crew. Brakeman Anderton’s left leg was twisted and pinned between a wooden seat and the steel side of the cab. For most of the route, the maximum grade is 0.82% in either direction, but the climb eastward from Ogden, into the Wasatch Range, reached 1.14%. Watch Trains News Wire and the Trains Facebook page for additional information as it becomes available. 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Walker headed to the front of the train and using a dispatchers phone called in what had happened. I don’t know how many times it rocked. 4014 – in 2019, celebrating the 150th anniversary of the completion of the transcontinental railroad. 9. Big Boys were large! “You could sure tell when a Big Boy left town. Every single class one Big Boy had traveled over 1 million miles! 4014 Union Pacific completed restoration of one of the world’s largest steam locomotives – the Big Boy No. 4014’s restoration and the 150th anniversary of the Golden Spike. The second group (Class 2) were numbered 4020-4024. Big Boys are 132 feet ... Wheel-y big: Train enthusiasts look at Big Boy No. Great deals on Ho Union Pacific Big Boy. By signing up you may also receive occasional reader surveys and special offers from Trains magazine.Please view our, Get our weekly newsletter delivered to your inbox, For freight railroads, 2020 was the strangest of years, Rail history organizations mixed on effects of COVID-19, Steve Schmollinger, standout photographer of western railroading, dies at 67, Digest: Cars to be removed from Custer derailment site starting today, Trains Top 10 No. He was survived by his wife Lillian and two children, Patricia, 13, and Michael, 9. The locomotives were 132 feet long and weighed 1.2 million pounds. The cab of the locomotive was destroyed as the tender tore into it twisting and smashing the metal. I felt the engine rock. Section worker Vicenty was found responsible for throwing the switch onto a side track. The Big Boy shows very little evidence of the wreck damage today. He attended schools in Robertson and at Mountain View, Wyoming. In 1953, the Big Boy 4005 was involved in an accident involving fatalities. While most stops are very brief (15-30 minutes), a few longer ones allow the public to see Big Boy’s cab and visit the Experience Union Pacific exhibition car. A lone Highway Patrol car was out there trying to direct traffic but was in a very dangerous situation in that the train had been hauling those giant Iowa pigs to market that weigh about 600 pounds and they were running around crazy in the head after the derailment attacking people. Union Pacific steam locomotive No. Anderton noted that he and Endres had seen a man throw the switch and yelled to the engineer. The term ‘Big Boy’ originated when a workman wrote those words on the smoke box. Today eight of the original twenty-five are in museums across the nation. The Interstate Commerce Commission, Union Pacific Railroad, and local officials investigated the accident. We had railroad songs and stories, cab tours of the 4005 and a reading of "Disaster on the Rails" and crafts for the kids. — On a cloudy day in which much of fabled Sherman Hill was socked in by fog, Union Pacific Big Boy No. The Highway Patrolman was having to shoot them with this service revolver. 4014 was retired in late 1961, and no Big Boy engine has run since 1962. THE WRECK OF THE 4005. 844's publicity work as a railroad version of the Goodyear Blimp, Wrinn said. The foreman and four section workers arrived in Red Desert and were approached by a sheep herder requesting assistance in getting his sheep across the tracks. The Big Boy, 4-8-4 No. On April 27, 1953 the crew of the Union Pacific 4005 freight train started out on a routine haul across the open prairie of southern Wyoming. Will be open to the public in the near future. Twenty-five Big Boys were built exclusively for Union Pacific Railroad, the first of which was delivered in 1941. I remember that the fireman, a fellow named Ehlers (Endres), had come in early because he was just discharged from the Korean War and had come back to work for Union Pacific and wanted to sort of familiarize himself again with the Big Boys. The UP steam crew worked with local track forces to fix the track under the engine and bring the locomotive’s 68-inch drivers back onto the rails, which they accomplished about 5:20 p.m. Crews placed wood blocking under the drivers to walk them back onto the rails. 4014 to full operational capacity. Of the eight still in existence, No. We called it Big Boy Day. by: Katelyn Stark. Source: denverlibrary.org photographed by Otto Perry. Twenty-five Big Boys were built exclusively for Union Pacific Railroad, the first of which was delivered in 1941. (1) 1 product ratings - Athearn G97203 HO Union Pacific 4-8-8-4 Big Boy Oil Tender #4005 w/DCC/Sound LN Big Boy No. A meeting closed to the public and press was held to determine how the accident occurred and who was responsible. Some westbound trains were re-routed through Cheyenne on the Denver and Rio Grande. 4014, the Big Boy, has four cylinders: two in the front engine and two in the rear, each 24 inches in diameter and 32 inches long. Nos. “The next time you climb up into the cab and look around, see if you see the young eager face of Fireman Ehlers (Endres) sitting on the fireman’s side screaming at the top of his voice, “STOP-STOP-STOP!” Some day I will get back to Denver, I will make a special trip to come see an old friend, 4005, and climb inside and say hi to Ehlers (Endres).”. (The size of the sheep herder’s herd is not known, however, the average ranch in 1949 had 1,100 head of sheep). Hauling a 3,600-short-ton (3,300 t; 3,200-long-ton) freight train demanded double headingand helper operations, which slowed service. had its piston rods cut. East and west rail traffic was delayed for nine hours until the construction crew could install a shoofly to route rail traffic around the accident site. The engine was moving slowly when the drivers came off the rails. Eastbound, Extra 3969 East, Red Desert 9:15 a.m. The Union Pacific Railroad’s “Big Boy” No. The engineer Leo Murry and fireman Lawrence Endres were killed instantly, and amazingly the front brakeman, James Anderton, was alive. The Dispatcher would give me a list of crew names both head end and rear end and I would run up and down the back streets of Rawlins haunting pool halls, bars, and all the popular spots that even a young man was not supposed to know about at the tender age of 16.”, “It was some time around 3am and I was given a crew to call for a westbound that would run from Rawlins to Green River early that morning. The crew walked the locomotive backwards to a switch for the main line. Get a weekly roundup of the industry news you need. James Robert Anderton, 36 There was no word Thursday evening as to whether the derailment and delay would affect Friday’s plans to run from Rawlins to Laramie, Wyo. Big-holed was the term used to describe applying the emergency brakes. By signing up you may also receive occasional reader surveys and special offers from Trains magazine. I stood just outside of the Dispatch office and waved to the Engineer as that monster of an engine thundered by shaking the cement floor and rattling the windows.”. Source: forneymuseum.org. *Exhibits subject to change without notice*. It was likely that the accident was caused either by the 500 ton locomotive going too fast over … Union Pacific steam locomotive No. From the time the engineer applied the brakes, until the time the Big Boy and train came to a complete stop was … Track crews worked swiftly to clear the wreckage. 4014 used the switches at the west end of the Rawlins yard. The 4005 is displayed indoors at the Forney Museum for its protection and year round viewing comfort of our visitors. One retired Union Pacific employee, Jim Ehernberger, remembers the Big Boys well. The UP steam crew walks No. Anderton also told a rescue worker, “He threw it right in front of us. This later turned out to be false; the two workers were actually talking to each other from opposite sides of the train. He was a veteran of WWII and a member of the Brotherhood of Railroad Trainmen and the Fraternal Order of Eagles No. The Big Boy that's at the Dallas train museum (can't remember the name right now - Age of Steam ?) 4014 as it passed through this small town near St. George, Utah, on Saturday. 4014 and 4-8-4 No. 4014 and 844 returned to the main line and backed into the yard. The first group (Class 1) were numbered 4000-4019. ATHEARN GENESIS G88406 HO UNION PACIFIC BIG BOY DC, TSUNAMI2 DCC & … The UP steam crew walks No. Our gallery features various die-cast models, art, and other artifacts related to transportation. Online maps show Big Boy 4014’s route, current location, and planned stops. As the 4005 approached the east end of the Red Desert siding the Union Pacific section man opened the siding switch and then, seeing the massive locomotive barreling down on him, frantically made an unsuccessful attempt to close it before the engine passed. Endres had just returned from a two-year tour of duty with the railroad division of the army in Korea and was the son of Mr. & Mrs. Roman Endres of Rawlins. 4303 Brighton Blvd Denver, CO 80216 303.297.1113. Lawrence Edward Endres, 23 15 watching. 4014 Big Boy train is set to arrive at 1:45 p.m. Sunday at the Union Pacific rail yard at 1001 Ironhorse Court in downtown Las Vegas and it will be on display until 3 p.m. Monday. Come and see some incredible vintage Indian, Honda & other rare motorcycles! Murry ran across the cab, looked, and then ran back and ‘big-holed’ it. After one eastbound and one westbound train passed they were to provide protection for the sheep herder. We had railroad songs and stories, cab tours of the 4005 and a reading of "Disaster on the Rails" and crafts for the kids. Scattered about the scene was the train’s load: tractors, dead hogs, typewriters, sewing machines, and other merchandise. Big Boy 4005 Wreck April 2020 The Forney Museum of Transportation is a 501 (c) (3) non-profit organization which exists to collect, preserve, and exhibit items of artistic, historical and technological interest relating to transportation for the purposes of education and personal enrichment. The event was well attended and we thank all who came. The No. This would display a block signal down the track in each direction warning any unannounced approaching trains to slow down. When fully loaded the combination weight is over one million pounds. In 2014, Big Boy No. 844, and 12 passenger cars in UP’s heritage fleet are on the return leg of their journey to celebrate No. Big Boy No. A Big Boy had over one mile of boiler tubes and … In May, it completed its inaugural tour to Ogden for Union Pacific's 150th anniversary ceremony. The Union Pacific Steam Team recently hoisted the Big Boy’s more than 250-ton boiler and rear engine into the air with two massive cranes and reconnected it to its front engine. The Big Boy sure looked better on the broader curves of our Milwaukee, Racine & Troy layout, though. The first order of Big Boys, #4000 – 4019, weighed in at 1.18 million pounds in full working order. April 27, 2003 was the 50th anniversary of the accident and we held a memorial for the crew on the 26th. In regular service, Big Boys were limited to a top speed of 55 m.p.h. The accident took place about 2:15 p.m. TRAINS: Jim Wrinn. He joined the railroad at age 16 in 1953. Today’s move was the first time No. Big Boy No. A section gang stationed at Frewen traveled 3.6 miles to the east to Red Desert on a track motorcar to obtain a supply of switch ties. 4014. The following is the story of the fatal railroad accident that occurred at Red Desert, Wyoming between Rawlins and Green River. The 1.2-million-pound Big Boy 4014 locomotive is coming to the Los Angeles area, and you’ll have a chance to see it for free.The steam train will … 1 and 4 all remained on the rails. 4014 is the world's only operating Big Boy. The foreman called to receive a track line-up which read, “Westbound, Extra 4005 West, Red Desert 9:15 a.m. Please keep your feedback on-topic and respectful. The front engine, front truck, rear truck, and driver axles Nos. The foreman unlocked both switches and the section men were instructed to open the switch on his hand signal. 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