Sunflowers, signals, and CN on a sunny Labor Day afternoon.
Outrunning severe thunderstorms on a hot August afternoon, the 814 local blasts through the middle of Waverly on their way into Lincoln.
The last active standard cab GE on the BNSF system leads a late LINLIN local back to Hobson Yard on a crisp winter's morning.
One of the last two remaining standard cab B40's left in service on the BNSF system leads the Havelock Zephyr east towards BNSF's Havelock yard. This train shuttles bad ordered cars from Hobson ya... (more)
Ex-"gray ghost" KCSM 4534 is on the point of a westbound grain shuttle near Waverly, Nebraska.
I always liked the Grinstein green BN MACs. They have a classy, business-like appearance, sound great under load and were once the BN/BNSFs primary coal train power - hauling coal trains allover t... (more)
Two coal trains meet at a curve near Greenwood, Nebraska.
All DC power leads a train of Boeing 737 fuselages towards Lincoln, Nebraska, on a beautiful autumn afternoon.
BNSF 9100 leads this westbound freight outside Lincoln on the Creston Sub.
Brand new CREX 1414 leads coal empties towards Wyoming, near CP 41.1 - Greenwood, NE.
All is quiet at East Waverly, as a storm front builds in the background just shy of Midnight.
A battle worn GE leads a BNSF manifest train over the 84th street grade crossing on it's way into Lincoln on a beautiful July evening.
A pair of American icons, each in their own light, meet at "The Steak House" restaurant and bar for the first and likely last time. The famous "Warbonnet" paint scheme adorns a C44-9W, still earni... (more)
An empty coal train destined for the Powder River Basin crosses UP's Fall City Subdivision and passes some classic searchlights on the Creston Sub.
Two brand new SD70ACe's lead an empty coal train over the Mighty Mo, passing the newly constructed trestle spanning the river for the BNSF Creston Sub.