Locomotive 4141 will leave Union Pacific's Westfield Auto Facility on Thursday at 1 p.m. to carry President George H.W. Bush to his final resting place in College Station. The Westfield Auto Facility is not open to the public, according to Union Pacific.

The entire train ride is scheduled to last about two hours and 25 minutes.

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The train will travel through Spring, Tomball, Magnolia and Navasota. It will not make any stops along the way; instead, it will be traveling slower than normal through each town.

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Here are a list of intersections where you can watch the Bush train on its route to College Station:

  • Old Town Spring
  • I-45 near Spring Stuebner
  • Holzwarth near Grand Parkway
  • Mossy Oaks near Sumac
  • Rothwood near Grand Parkway
  • Gosling near Hassler
  • Northcrest near Root Rd
  • Hildebrandt near Root Rd
  • Kuykendahl near Hufsmith Kuykendahl
  • Stuebner Airline near Hufsmith Kuykendahl
  • FM 2978 near E. Hufsmith
  • Stanolind near Hufsmith Kohrville
  • Hwy 249 at W. Rollingwood
  • Hwy 249 at FM 149
  • FM 1774 at Lone Star
  • FM 1774 at FM 1488

The train will arrive across Kyle Field at 3:25 p.m.

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