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provided by wells, springs, or pipelines to nearby water sources. Water was

often pumped into the water tanks with windmills. Train fuel and water

spots on the early trains with steam locomotives may have been as often as

every 10 miles (16 km). On one memorable occasion, not far from

Promontory, the Central Pacific crews organized an army of workers and

five train loads of construction material, and laid 10 miles (16 km) of track

on a prepared rail bed in one day—-a record that still stands today.

The Central Pacific and Union Pacific raced to get as much track laid as

possible, and the Central Pacific laid about 560 miles (900 km) of track from Reno to Promontory

Summit in the one year before the Last Spike was driven on May 10, 1869.

Central Pacific had 1,694 freight cars available by May 1869

, with more under construction in their Sacramento yard.

Major repairs and maintenance on the Central Pacific rolling stock was done in their Sacramento maintenance yard.

Near the end of 1869, Central Pacific had 162 locomotives, of which 2 had

two drivers (drive wheels), 110 had four drivers, and 50 had six drivers.

The steam locomotives had been purchased in the eastern states and shipped to California by sea.

Thirty-six additional locomotives were built and coming west, and twenty-eight more were under construction.

There was a shortage of passenger cars and more had to be ordered.

The first Central Pacific sleeper, the “Silver Palace Sleeping Car”, arrived at Sacramento on June 8, 1868.

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Date: August 3, 2020