Pink Ribbon Locomotive Photo Gallery

Union Pacific Railroad’s Pink Locomotive was unveiled in Omaha, Neb., on September 28, 2010, and is being used to pull trains across the 32,000 miles of track and through the 7,000 communities on the UP system.

Union Pacific is a proud recipient of the Susan G. Komen for the Cure® Outstanding Volunteer Group of the Year award.

UP No. 7400

 

UP No. 7400 Unveiling Ceremony - Sept. 28, 2010

<a href="/newsinfo/graphics/media_kit/pinkribbon/pink_ribbon_03_hires.jpg">High-Res Version</a><br>A crowd welcomes the arrival of UP No. 7400

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A crowd welcomes the arrival of UP No. 7400

<a href="/newsinfo/graphics/media_kit/pinkribbon/pink_ribbon_01_hires.jpg">High-Res Version</a><br>LEAD members pose in front of No. 7400.

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LEAD members pose in front of No. 7400.

<a href="/newsinfo/graphics/media_kit/pinkribbon/pink_ribbon_02_hires.jpg">High-Res Version</a><br>From left, Judy Adams, managing director, affiliate relations, Komen for the Cure; Kate Sommer, president, board of directors, Komen Nebraska; Chairman Jim Young; Barb Schaefer, senior vice president-Human Resources.

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From left, Judy Adams, managing director, affiliate relations, Komen for the Cure; Kate Sommer, president, board of directors, Komen Nebraska; Chairman Jim Young; Barb Schaefer, senior vice president-Human Resources.

 

2010 Race for the Cure - Omaha

<a href="/newsinfo/graphics/media_kit/pinkribbon/loco_omaha2.jpg">High-Res Version</a><br>UP 7400 along the Walk route for Komen Nebraska

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UP 7400 along the Walk route for Komen Nebraska's Race for the Cure in Omaha.