The head end as well as tail end power of this empty coal train can be seen rolling over the hills of Western Nebraska.
A Union Pacific coal train utilizes trackage rights over BNSF's Crawford Hill. Here, the train is descending down the grade, almost at the bottom.
4348 sits near the Lincoln Amtrak Station with two track geometry cars in tow.
The Nebraska Museum train pounds the BNSF diamond in Fremont on the return trip back to Omaha Union Station.
Classic modern BNSF power drags an E train Westbound on the Ravenna Sub
The conductor of a Westbound empty flatcar train climbs back onto his power as the DPU of a loaded coal train passes on the main.
A Westbound coal empty rolls through Emerald, Nebraska.
An empty coal train meets a short manifest in Halls Siding.
The very last CB&Q cantilever searchlight signal gives an Eastbound grain train the highball.
Three GEs race Westbound through Greenwood, Nebraska.
Union Pacific has just delivered around 50 coal hoppers to the Ash Grove cement plant in Louisville using Ex-MoPac trackage. The power is tied down right next to BNSF's Creston Subdivision.
An SD70ACe and SD70MAC lead a loaded coal train South (railroad East) on the Saint Joseph Subdivision.
An RCP&E freight train provides a splash of color in Western Nebraska in the winter time.
A pair of "fast forties" race Westbound through the Nebraska countryside.
An empty coal train briefly splits the town of Greenwood, Nebraska in two.