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Union Pacific Railroad Bailey Yard

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I had to see this place. Union Pacific's Bailey train yard is the largest consolidation train yard in America and I can see why. It is actually two mirror image yards straddling the East- West UP tracks. You're going to have to go to the top of the Golden Spike Tower to it
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This overlooks the Union Pacific rail yard. The views from the 7th and 8th floors over looking the rail yard are truly amazing. There are retired rail yard personnel to answer any questions you have. There is constant activity in the yard. It’s an amazing experience and I
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We made a point to stop here. Our son has wanted to come here for years to see the yard and he was not disappointed. The gift shop if full of great souvenirs, books, and videos. The Bailey Yard is huge. We were fortunate to have a great guide on the 8th floor, Gary. We were
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Enjoyed watching as the trains were moved from one place to another. No idea what they were doing but it was fun viewing the activities from atop the Golden Spike Tower. I could see everything from there.
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I thought that this was where the two railroads met East/West Union Pacific. When they first laid down the rails. Thank goodness for the volunteer who was able to correct my misunderstanding. I thoroughly enjoyed learning more about this place. I especially enjoyed watching
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