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    Sentences forUnion Pacific Railroad

    • On September 11, 1996, Anschutz sold the combined company to the Union Pacific Railroad, creating the largest railroad network in the United States.Colorado-Wikipedia
    • The city purchased 61 acre of property from the Union Pacific Railroad in 1995 with the goal of creating a better draw for more people to the downtown area.Las Vegas-Wikipedia
    • Amtrak served Phoenix Union Station until 1996 when the Union Pacific Railroad (UP) threatened to abandon the route between Yuma, Arizona and Phoenix.Phoenix, Arizona-Wikipedia
    • However, failure to come to an agreement with the Union Pacific Railroad, the tracks' current owner, ended the project in 2016.Austin, Texas-Wikipedia
    • The Union Pacific Railroad, headquartered in Omaha, was incorporated on July 1, 1862, in the wake of the Pacific Railway Act of 1862.Nebraska-Wikipedia
    • Some authorities include the 4th Avenue shopping district, northeast of the rest of downtown and connected by an underpass beneath the UPRR tracks.Tucson, Arizona-Wikipedia

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