This train is just west of the Missouri River Bridge on Union Pacific's Blair Subdivision as it heads towards Fremont, NE and points west.
Dakota Junction This ex-CNW branchline junction in western Nebraska looks much the way it did when the CNW left. It was once on the Chicago & NorthWestern's frontier on its quest to build t... (more)
The Nebraska Central GILC-19 crawls across the Platte River with grain loads from Hordville. The train will run over the Union Pacific Kearney Sub into Grand Island.
UP 1111, the "Powered By Our People" locomotive, leads a nine car officer special as it races across the grass land of Bushnell, NE; near the Nebraska- Wyoming state line. While traffic ... (more)
The CB&Q originally built across the Missouri Rive back in 1880. The Burlington and Missouri River Railroad had reached Plattsmouth in 1870 while working west from Creston towards Lincoln. The CB&... (more)
BNSF's unique Golden Swoosh leads a unit sand train Westbound into Nebraska on the BNSF Creston Subdivision.
BN No. 61, operating between Chicago and Denver, is crossing the Missouri River via the impressive span at Plattsmouth, NE. A second mainline and bridge were added in 2013 to alleviate this single... (more)
The Big Boy has arrived in Omaha as it crosses the 84th St bridge on the Lane Cutoff just south of I-80. This structure, built in 1977, replaced the original 2 lane tunnel under the fill as suburb... (more)
Number 6 is crossing the Platte River near Ashland.
UP 3588 is crossing Salt Creek in Lincoln, Nebraska as it switches the yard in May of 1991.
Amtrak 826 crosses the Platte River with the Cal Zephyr in the summer of 1994. Baggage cars really date this photo.
C&NW 8033 leads a double stack train across the Missouri River near Blair, Nebraska on a beautiful August day. Hwy 30 parallels the C&NW/UP and is a wonderful alternative to I-80 in the area.
An eastbound crosses a 3 span plate girder bridge, located on the west approach to the former C&NW Missouri River bridge located between Blair NE. and Missouri Valley, IA. The track in the foregro... (more)
BNSF 5048 enters Nebraska as it crosses the Missouri River on the new span that provides an interesting contrast with the 100+ year old original bridge to its left.
BNSF 6370 shoves an eastbound coal train over Mud Creek.