The Jupiter leads the train that carried Leland Stanford, one of the "Big Four" owners of the Central Pacific Railroad, and other railway officials to the Golden Spike Ceremony.
The Jupiter meets the 119 on May 10, 1869.
The locomotive and the 119 at the celebration following the driving of the "Last Spike" at Promontory Summit, U.T., May 10, 1869..
Celebration of completion of the Transcontinental Railroad, May 10, 1869, showing the name Jupiter on the side of the tender.
The locomotive is doubleheading the 119 in the 1980s.
In 1981 the Jupiter and the 119 did a recreation of the Transcontinental Railroad.
The Jupiter in it's Red paint scheme.
The Jupiter in it's Blue paint scheme.
The Jupiter is doing a test run on day before the 125th anniversary of First Transcontinental Railroad.
The Jupiter is decorated with flags.
Central Pacific Railroad #60 "Jupiter" at Promontory Point, UT.
The locomotive is taking a rest.
The Jupiter sits on display with the 119.
The locomotive operates on a demonstration run.
The locomotive is making a test run.
The Jupiter sits at the engine house along with the 119.
The locomotive rockets down the track.
The locomotive sits on display.
The Jupiter is chugging backwards
The locomotive sits outside the engine house.