The College World Series (CWS) Special train led by Union Pacific's No. 844 makes its last stop in Ogallala, NE, on Sunday prior to completing the day's run in North Platte, NE's Bailey Yard. Mond... (more)
A BNSF coal train weaves its way through the Nebraska Sandhills farm country as the livestock continues to graze without a care.
This early morning picture captures the usual sights in the Nebraska Sandhills. Here the wildlife is unaffected by the passing of a westbound coal empty and trailing DPU.
Captured in late-day sun just east of Crawford, a BNSF coal empty coasts down from Crawford Hill as it heads back to the Powder River Basin for a reload.
Amtrak Train #5 at Norden exiting the 10,322' long "Big Hole" tunnel that is bored under Mount Judah between Soda Springs and Eder.
UP 2556, leading an eastbound stack, sits at Norden while waiting for Amtrak Train #5 to exit the "Big Hole" tunnel under Mount Judah between Soda Springs and Eder.
This Union Pacific westbound stack rides the downhill slope having just exited tunnel 35 at Yuba Pass.
An eastbound UP manifest makes the run towards Sherman Hill after having left the Hermosa Tunnel just west of this location.
UP 5021 is on the point of a westbound manifest train on the west side of the bridge. You can see the old tracks to the Kate Shelley High Bridge in the background and how the new bridge location i... (more)
UP 8551 leads an eastbound intermodal train exiting the new bridge on the east side, curving back to original track location.
An eastbound UP coal load skirts the old Kate Shelley High Bridge by crossing the Des Moines River utilizing the newly built bridge to the north.
Back in 2006/2007, BNSF laid down a second track on the Creston subdivision, running east out of Ashland, NE, and south towards South Bend. The tracks split the area of the Salt Creek to the east ... (more)
Union Pacific No. 844 makes the curve as it enters Cheyenne during its round trip journey from Denver-Cheyenne-Denver for Cheyenne Frontier Days.
Union Pacific No. 844 passes through the fields of Colorado, just south of Greeley, on its way back to Denver.
This photo captures No. 844 leading the Cheyenne Frontier Days The Denver Post train away from the Denver Skyline to a stop in Greeley, and eventually Cheyenne, WY.