We liked the "character" of this 1914 locomotive.
A rare steam rotary snowplow
Built in 1898 and operated until 1965
This is one of the eight remaining Union Pacific "Big Boy" engines. They were used to pull freight over the western Continental Divide. These were some of the largest and most powerful steam engines ever built.
Total weight 1,250,000 lbs, overall length 132 ft. 9 1⁄4 in., 6,290 hp.
In the parking lot we spotted this beautifully restored Willys MB,
grandfather of Jeeps.