Two former superfleet units, now both faded and rusty, lead a short local Westbound away from Hobson Yard on the Ravenna Subdivision.
Two BNSF GEVOs lead a Lincoln, NE-Kansas City, KS manifest through Hill Street Junction. The trail above the second car is the right-of-way of the former Union Pacific branchline from Lincoln to M... (more)
A Westbound OMAX train cruises through the Nebraska farmland.
IAIS 6988 leads her second steam excursion trip of the day towards Mitchellville where she will take on 1,000 more gallons of water. IAIS 703 would lead the train West and 6988 would take it back ... (more)
The Iowa Interstate Railroad's Council Bluffs Subdivision usually only sees two trains a day. The daily Eastbound can be seen here racing through Booneville.
A Westbound stack train approaches Kansas City while a local works an industry.
A short local heads south from the Napier Subdivision towards Saint Joe.
Two ex-BN C30-7s wait for the scrappers to finish them off outside the Alliance terminal.
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.
A Westbound empty coal train rolls through the Haymarket of Lincoln. In the background, the DPUs of a grain train block the path of a Havelock Zephyr car transfer.
A single ES44AC crawls through the West end of Hobson Yard. This unit will be added to the rear of an Eastbound coal train. In the distance, an Ex-BN SD40-2 works the hump while the state capitol ... (more)
BNSF 5850 is on the point of a Westbound empty coal train bound for the North Antelope Mine in Wyoming.
Two geeps sit in the yard in Fremont, Nebraska for the night.
BNSF 662 (nicknamed the Fraud Bonnet because of it's apparent identity crisis) leads a newer GEVO Westbound with the LINLIN in tow.
Two GE locomotives lead a northbound train around the West leg of the wye in Ashland, Nebraska.