Well the Pennsy T1 folks are knocking out individual engineering drawings as fundraisers (a creative idea, that), so maybe I'll drop the UP a line. Brilliant updates from Cheyenne. Ye gods! With more plumbing than all three suriving Riddles 'Pacifics' put together, UP4014 is one complicated piece of kit! Previously, I've never had too much interest in US Class I railroads, but to my great surprise, I find I'm really loving this restoration and especially the way the team are keeping us enthusiasts abreast of progress. Can't wait to see 4014 let loose on the rails and I strongly suspect the media savvy UP management won't be able to long resist the temptation to run at least a couple of regular freight turns with the loco, once it's properly bedded in. Evidence of interst from TV stations and some very decent turnouts seen in several places on many video clips during 4014's journey home to Cheyenne suggests 'Middle America' seems to be slowly waking up to it's outstanding railway engineering heritage.