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Amateur The railroad established many townships

Amateur along the way: FremontElkhornGrand IslandNorth

PlatteOgallala and Sidney as the railroad followed the Platte River across

Nebraska territory. The railroad even dipped into what would become the

new state of Colorado after crossing the North Platte River as it followed

the South Platte River west into what would become Julesburg before

turning northwest along Lodgepole Creek into Wyoming. In the Dakota

Territory (Wyoming) the new towns of CheyenneLaramieRawlins (na

med for Union General John Aaron Rawlins, who camped in the locality in

1867[62]), Green River and Evanston (named after James Evans) were

established, as well as much more fuel and water stops. The Green

River was crossed with a new bridge, and the new “railroad” town of Green

River constructed there after the tracks reached the Green

River on October 1, 1868—the last big river to cross.

On December 4, 1868, the Union Pacific reached Evanston, having laid

almost 360 miles (580 km) of track over the Green River and the Laramie

Plains that year. By 1871, Evanston became a significant maintenance shop

town equipped to carry out extensive repairs on the cars

and steam locomotives. amateur

In the Utah Territory, the railroad once again diverted from the main

emigrant trails to cross the Wasatch Mountains and went down the rugged

Echo Canyon (Summit County, Utah) and Weber River canyon. To speed up

construction as much as possible, Union Pacific contracted several thousand

Mormon workers to cut, fill, trestle, bridge, blast and tunnel its way down

the rugged Weber River Canyon to Ogden, Utah, ahead of the railroad

construction. The Mormon and Union Pacific rail work was joined in the

area of the present-day border between Utah and Wyoming.[63] The longes

t of four tunnels built in Weber Canyon was 757-foot-long (231 m) Tunnel 2.

Work on this tunnel started in October 1868 and was completed six months

later. Temporary tracks were laid around it and Tunnels 3 (508 feet or 155

metres), 4 (297 feet or 91 metres) and 5 (579 feet or 176 metres)

to continue work on the tracks west of the tunnels.

Date: August 3, 2020