The 844 made its way to Utah after celebrating the Arizona and New Mexico state centennials after leaving its home in Cheyenne, Wyo., on October 29.
The train traveled from Milford and through Delta, Lynndyl, and Stockton before stopping in Salt Lake City for the weekend.
The train was scheduled for open public display on Friday, before it was to travel to Ogden on Saturday. The train was scheduled for public display in Ogden on Sunday before it was to travel to Evanston, Wyoming on Monday.
The 844 is one of two historic steam trains maintained by Union Pacific to celebrate railroad heritage.
According to Union Pacific, Steam Locomotive No. 844 is the last steam locomotive built for Union Pacific Railroad. It was delivered in 1944.
UP says that when diesels took over all of the passenger train duties, No. 844 was placed in freight service in Nebraska between 1957 and 1959, and was saved from being scrapped in 1960 when it was held for special service.
----Information from: Union Pacific.