Union Pacific 1995
|AAR wheel arr.||C-C|
|Gauge||4 ft 8½ in (1435 mm)|
|Career||Union Pacific Railroad|
|First run||July 16 2006|
Union Pacific 1995 is a diesel-electric locomotive owned by Union Pacific Railroad (UP). It is the fifth in the railroad's "Heritage Series" of locomotives painted in honor of UP predecessor railroads. 1995 is painted in honor of Chicago and North Western Railway, which became a part of UP in 1995.
The locomotive, painted at the Horicon, Wisconsin, shops of Wisconsin and Southern Railroad, was unveiled at a private ceremony for UP officials and employees on July 15 2006, at Ogilvie Transportation Center (C&NW's former station) in Chicago. After its unveiling, the locomotive pulled historic equipment back to Illinois Railway Museum on July 16, after which it will entered regular revenue service, operating through Iowa.
- Strack, Don (2006). All Time UP Diesel Roster, part 32. Utah Rails.net. Retrieved on 2006-07-14.
- Union Pacific Railroad (2006-07-17). New Union Pacific Locomotive Honors Men and Women of Chicago & North Western Railroad. Retrieved on 2006-07-17.
|"Heritage Series" diesel locomotives of Union Pacific Railroad|
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