A former ATSF "Pinkbonnet" leads the Powder River Basin 627 local Westbound out of Lincoln's Hobson Yard towards Aurora.
A BNSF windmill train and a Kansas City Southern grain shuttle both sit under the bluffs in Council Bluffs, IA.
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)
A GEVO and big MAC tug an empty coal drag under the US 6 overpass a few miles West of Lincoln, NE.
A Kansas City to Great Falls manifest holds the main between Seward and Tamora, Nebraska. This train features NS 1066 in the fourth spot and two Boeing 737 fuselages up front.
Wearing a fresh coat of BNSF paint, a former BN SD60M leads the Hastings local around the curve near Cobb Junction. Behind 1448 was BNSF 662, still wearing her original ATSF red and silver. 1448 a... (more)
Apparently the Ex-Conrail GP8 at the grain elevator in Tamora, Nebraska needed a little help building air. The folks at the Co-Op strapped an air compressor up on the front pilot.
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)
BNSF 2128 leads the Aurora Local Westbound through Emerald, Nebraska.
Due to extensive flooding in Eastern Nebraska as well as a bomb cyclone in Western Nebraska, Amtrak combined two days worth of Eastbound California Zephyrs in Lincoln, NE this morning. Thursday's ... (more)
With the tail end of their train still within Hobson Yard limits, BNSF 5976 and 9752 crawl down the Northernmost end of the Saint Joseph Subdivision.
An ex-ATSF GP9U and a former CNW GP7 are usually hidden by the AGP elevator, but because of some trackwork, both units are sitting out in the open!
Two crewmen ride the point on a former BN waycar shoving back into Hobson Yard just before sunset.
BNSF 9167 helps wye a track geometry train using the Creston Subdivision and the Saint Joe Sub main tracks.
A variety of older Union Pacific power awaits an uncertain fate in the Missouri Valley, Iowa yard. Within are SD60Ms, C40-8s, C40-8Ws, C44-9Ws, and a few other oddballs.