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Published: Monday, July 21 2014 3:30 p.m. MDT

Updated: Monday, July 21 2014 5:46 p.m. MDT

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Meemoe#1
Orem, Utah, UT

Thank you so much for the good news minute. They mean a lot to me with all of the crummy sensational type bad news all around. This is just the best kind of sweet! Thanks Mr. Conductor man whoever you are and thanks to the Deseret News, too! Keep them coming! There are still many caring loving human beings around us when we care to look!

Jennifer
sandy, utah

A heartwarming story. I hope the conductor comes to realize what a difference his kind gesture made in this family's life.

Anonymous100
Anywhere, UT

What a marvelously classy thing to do. Great job Union Pacific.

TheProudDuck
Newport Beach, CA

Sweet.

TheFork
Spanish Fork, UT

Ditto the above. This made my day.

sammyg
Springville, UT

That's a neat story and hat's off to these UP RR workers!

What great guys!

Karen R.
Houston, TX

What a thoughtful thing to do. Kudos to the conductor!

DEW Cougars
Sandy, UT

Awesome and what a cool way to do Union Pacific! Thank You!

fm
La Verkin, UT

I still remember the day 60 years ago when my brother and I stood on our daily watch of a local freight train. When the huge locomotive stopped right in front of us, I was embarrassed and hid myself, but my brother was brave and stayed right beside the track. The engineer invited him and helped him climb into the cab for a personalized tour. Roy was so proud and talked about it for weeks.

Thanks for this great story!

Tarib
Portlethen, 00

Good to see that there is some good and caring people out there, touched my soul and brought a tear to my eye, that chap will surely get a well done!

BU52
Provo, ut

U.P. can't find out who the conductor was? Don't they have records of who drives their trains? Or does he just want to stay anonymous?

What in Tucket?
Provo, UT

It brought a tear to my eye. The one that isn't dry.

Strider303
Salt Lake City, UT

Well Done. Very Well Done indeed.

aceroinox
Farmington, UT

My guess is that the engineer and conductor initiated the project, but I doubt it was done without permission and cooperation from the supervisors, at the very least. All train activity is tracked. If a train comes to a complete halt, there are reports to be filled out, etc. I'm with BU52--not only does UP know who the conductor and engineer were, they were in on it from the beginning. The crew for that day want to remain anonymous.

grandmagreat
Lake Havasu City, AZ

What a blessing for this young man and his family. I have an autistic Granddaughter, and know that any kindness shown to her is so special. We all need to be more kind to these special needs children, remembering that they are special spirits that have been sent here with special challenges to take a body and return to their Heavenly Father.

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