Union Pacific's Western Pacific heritage unit sits without a crew at the end of siding in Arlington. This train was originally scheduled to take the Omaha Subdivision, but due to a collision betwe... (more)
A westbound local climbs Arlington Hill as seen from the old wooden bridge that was removed shortly thereafter. The bridge was replaced by a grade crossing which crosses the tracks about where the... (more)
Train APLA5X on what is now called the Blair Sub. is climbing Arlington Hill about 11 miles short of arriving at Fremont, NE.
A westbound stacker crosses the Elkhorn River Bridge on the Blair Cutoff a few miles east of Fremont.
The skies open up as UP 6436 leads a westbound grain train at Arlington Hill.
UP 844 leads the eastbound 50th Anniversary Special.
A westbound Union Pacific freight led by AC4400CW-CTE No. 5519 is just east of Arlington, Nebraska, on August 16, 2012. In a panned photograph, the American flag on the locomotive’s side seems to ... (more)
The lead GE spews exhaust as it works hard up Arlington Hill with a westbound empty coal train not long after sunrise.
UP 3985 meets sunset at Arlington on the Blair Sub. just a few miles away from Iowa.
A SD70ACE led Eastbound intermodal flashes by well before sunrise.
After being told there was no room for them to stay overnight in Fremont, NE, the special was forced to travel from North Platte, NE to Missouri Valley, IA. With track work throughout eastern Nebr... (more)
UP coal empty rolls through the bland Nebraska landscape as it heads west towards Fremont.
A westbound coal empty crosses the Elkhorn, NE, river on its way to Fremont and ultimately back to the coal fields.
A coal empty with a consist of two CSX and a UP at the point, moves through the dry, early evening winter fields of Nebraska, heading west through Arlington on to Fremont.
Westbound stack-train, led by the Western Pacific heritage engine, crossing the Elkhorn river as it meanders through the Nebraska countryside on its way towards Fremont, NE.