A Westbound empty coal load approaches East Chalco.
Three of General Electric's finest bring a Kansas City-Lincoln manifest across the Omaha Sub.
Two rebuilt geeps race the Gibson Local eastbound East of Chalco Siding.
I have lived right near here for almost 10 years and have always wanted to shoot a train at the 168th Street bridge. Here is an S-TACOMA running Westbound on the BNSF Omaha Subdivision.
A Westbound manifest glides down Melia Hill on the BNSF Omaha Subdivision.
BNSF 2745 along with two pumpkins lead the 101 Job (Gibson Local) from Omaha's Gibson Yard to Chalco Siding. The local dropped their train on the siding and was in the process of running around it... (more)
A Westbound empty coal drag crosses the Platte River at the small community of Linoma. The name Linoma comes from the fact that the community marks the half-way point between Lincoln and Omaha. On... (more)
The Eastbound California Zephyr holds Chalco Siding for a BNSF coal empty to pass on the mainline. Two Amtrak crewmembers are seen walking up to flag the 156th Street Crossing as the DPU rolls pas... (more)
Union Pacific placed UP 4141 on public display in downtown Omaha, NE from December 9th-12th. On the afternoon of December 12, 2018, 4141 was pulled from the display track. To get back on UP rails,... (more)
When the single-tracked Creston Subdivision shuts down, the Omaha Sub comes to life. Parades of Westbounders roll through all day, just like on Febuary 28, 2018. This Westbound "E" train... (more)
A standard cab GP39-3 leads the Lincoln-Lincoln car transfer at the East end of Chalco Siding. Behind the leader is a Warbonnet C44-9W, an NS C44-9W, and two more BNSF GEVOS.
BNSF 662 (nicknamed the Fraud Bonnet because of it's apparent identity crisis) leads a newer GEVO Westbound with the LINLIN in tow.
The former experimentally painted "Vomit Bonnet" now wears a clean coat of BNSF orange. On June 14, 2018, it lead an empty coal train across BNSF's Omaha Subdivision. It is seen here app... (more)
The former experimentally painted "Vomit Bonnet" now wears a clean coat of BNSF orange. On June 14, 2018, it lead an empty coal train across BNSF's Omaha Subdivision. It is seen here pa... (more)