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Union Pacific steel train symbol USST at Elko, Nevada

Union Pacific steel train symbol USST at Elko, Nevada

Train USST pauses at Elko during a crew change on September 17, 1987. Engines 3628, 3737, 3656, and 3376 are pulling 87 loads of coiled steel at 11,124 tons. This unit train began in April 1987, hauling coiled steel from Pennsylvania to Pittsburg, CA for US Steel. It operated via Conrail and C&NW as symbol CRNPU loaded and NPCRX eastbound. It operated as STUS for the empties and USST for the loads averaging 12,000 tons. It used some coil cars and mostly gondolas.

Union Pacific empty steel train symbol STUS at Elko

Engines 3394 and 3256 pull train STUS into Elko on September 15, 1987. This is the empty train moving back east. Disk 28

Union Pacific engines 3394 and 3256 on empty steel train symbol STUS at Elko

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