Don’t miss the Autumn issue of The Streamliner! – Read about the history of Hermosa, Wyoming, the experiences of a passenger fireman working between North Platte and Grand Island during the Second World War, and a look at how the Western Pacific motive power was merged into the Union Pacific roster. Other content includes highlights from the Sacramento convention and preservation news. [October 31, 2016]
Company Store – Starting January 1, 2016 we have a new Company Store website. Our informational web site remains the same. You can access the Store the same way as before, from our home page www.uphs.org or from any of the links on the web site.
Because of the change in sites, you will have to SIGN UP as a member again at the Company Store site and fill in your shipping information. We are sorry to make you do this, but there was no effective way to move your data from one site to the other. After you have SIGNED UP, you also will have to send an email to email@example.com and ask to be put on the members list. When you return to the site, please LOG IN at the top, so that your member pricing will show. If you LOG IN at the end, you will get the member prices, but they will not show on the item pages. If you should encounter any glitches please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Please take a look at the new store and LOG IN. The LOG IN is at the top of the page. Fill it in now so it will be ready to accept your next order and renewal.
Members Area – New this fall from the UPHS is the Member’s Area on the UPHS web site, an “online archive” of Union Pacific documents provided as a service to our members. Documents include timetables, dispatcher sheets, Form 70s, train consists, and more! Log-in information will be emailed to members twice yearly in the Second Section newsletter. If you are not already a member, please visit the Company Store to join the UPHS! [December 14, 2015]
Union Pacific Northwest book errata – Corrections and updates relating to Jeff Asay’s book, Union Pacific Northwest, published by the Union Pacific Historical Society, can be found on the UPHS Publications page. Click here to go directly the errata sheet for this publication. [May 23, 2015]