The funeral train carrying George H.W. Bush's casket -- a special locomotive dubbed the "Bush 4141" -- just arrived at Texas A&M University in College Station, Texas.
The Bush family just got off the train, and we're new waiting for the arrival ceremony to start.
About 700 to 800 people expected to be in attendance. Guests include students, volunteers and singing cadets, and staff from the Bush Foundation Staff and the Bush Presidential Library and Museum, where he will be interred in a private burial ceremony.
Watch the arrival here:
United Airlines posted a photo of a memorial to honor the late former President George H.W. Bush.
The memorial to the 41st president is located in Gate 41 at the George Bush Intercontinental Airport in Houston, Texas.
The airline wrote on Instagram:
“Today and tomorrow, in remembrance, we have closed Gate C41 at George Bush Intercontinental Airport in Houston. We salute the life and legacy of President George H.W. Bush. For all he did for Houston, his home and that of our United family at the airport that bears his name, we will forever be grateful. #Bush41”
Take a look at the image:
George W. Bush posted an Instagram photo Thursday afternoon, looking out a train window at the crowds gathered to say a final goodbye to his father, George H.W. Bush.
The 41st president's casket is currently on a train bound for the Bush Presidential Library and Museum, where he'll be buried.
Here's the image:
George H.W. Bush's spokesperson, Jim McGrath, also tweeted images from aboard the train, including pictures of the casket and massive crowds outside.
Former President George H.W. Bush's funeral train is currently on a 70-mile journey to Texas A&M University in College Station, Texas.
The campus is the site of the Bush Presidential Library and Museum. The former president will be laid to rest on the museum's grounds, alongside his wife Barbara and their daughter Robin, who died of leukemia as a child.
There's an arrival ceremony scheduled at Texas A&M University at 4:45 p.m. ET, just as Bush's train arrives.
There will then be another ceremony and the interment at 5:15 p.m. ET at the library.
As George H.W. Bush's funeral train — a special locomotive dubbed the "Bush 4141" — made its way to the Bush Presidential Library and Museum, crowds gathered beside the tracks to honor the 41st president.
The window drape has been removed from the train car carrying Bush's body, giving onlookers a clear view of the flag-draped casket.
It's a rainy day in the area. Undeterred, lines of people along the railroad waited for the train to pass by to say their final goodbyes.
Watch people wave to Bush's train:
President George H.W. Bush is on his way to his final resting place. His casket was just loaded onto the a Union Pacific train led by a locomotive dubbed the "Bush 4141" — a train that was built to honor the President's life.
The funeral train will embark on a 70-mile route, taking Bush from Spring, Texas, to Texas A&M University in College Station, Texas, the site of the Bush Presidential Library and Museum.
Bush will be laid to rest at the library, where both former first lady Barbara Bush and their late daughter Robin are buried.
The Bush 4141 was commissioned to honor the former president in 2005. It's painted to resemble Air Force One with a white body, a presidential seal and and long vertical bars of blue.
Former President George H.W. Bush's casket was just taken out of St. Martin's Episcopal Church in Houston following his funeral.
"Hail to the Chief" played as it was first carried out. The casket was then carried through an honor cordon to the hearse as the band played the hymn "Praise Ye the Lord."
The casket will now be taken to a train specifically built to honor his life, which will carry him to his final resting place.
A Union Pacific train led by a locomotive dubbed the "Bush 4141" will carry Bush's casket to the George H.W. Bush Presidential Library in College Station, Texas.
This isn't an ordinary train: The Bush 4141 is a rare locomotive that was commissioned to honor the former president in 2005. It's one of only a handful of Union Pacific trains to bear a color scheme other than the company's traditional gray and yellow: It's painted to resemble Air Force One.
Country music star Reba McEntire just gave a vocal performance "The Lord's Prayer" during George H.W. Bush's funeral in Texas.
Bush's son George W. Bush was seen wiping his face with a handkerchief after the performance.
The Oak Ridge Boys, a country and gospel vocal quartet that has performed for H.W. Bush for decades, are serenading him one last time.
“We’re here, sir. We told you we would be. And it’s an honor," one of the members said as the group came up to the front of the church.
The Oak Ridge Boys said they first performed for Bush in 1983, when he was vice president.
"He said, 'Fellas' — he always called us fellas — 'Will you sing me a few songs? I’m a big fan.'"
The group then sang "Amazing Grace."
Watch the moment below: