Clickety-clack. Stand back!

Big Boy is one large train engine! It was built 78 years ago. It was in a museum for a while. Workers fixed it up. Big Boy no longer runs on coal. So it does not huff black smoke. But it makes lots of noise! It chugged from Wyoming to Illinois this summer. Then it chugged back. People loved to see it.


Twenty-five Big Boy engines were made for the Union Pacific Railroad 78 years ago. They were as long as two basketball courts. They were made to bend in the middle to go around curves. Each weighed over one million pounds. The railroad company is proud of its big locomotive. It wanted to show off Big Boy No. 4014. God is more powerful than this locomotive. Job 26:14 asks, “But the thunder of His power who can understand?”