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Central Pacific Railroad #60, the Jupiter, sits on the rails at Golden Spike National Historic site at Promontory Summit in Utah. On May 10, 1869, the original Jupiter along with the Union Pacific's No. 119 where placed nose to nose a railroad tie width apart during the driving of the Golden Spike that completed the Transcontinental Railroad. The original Jupiter was lost to the scrap heap and in honor of the Transcontinental Railroad's bicentennial in 1969 a reproduction of the original was made.