Unidentified female workers on the Union Pacific Railroad during World War II. Women were employed as turntable operators, machinists, porters and conductors, and in other roles, but most left the railroads after the war ended.
Railroad History, Electric Locomotive, Trains, Train
Today is the day the day the Golden Spike was driven into the last tie on the First Transcontinental Railroad (Union Pacific & Central Pacific, today all Union Pacific due to mergers). birthday July Proud to work for Union Pacific Railroad!