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)
Number 6 is crossing the Platte River near Ashland.
Three GE locomotives cross the Omaha Subdivision as they take the tight curve at the start of the Sioux City Subdivision.
Two GE locomotives lead a northbound train around the West leg of the wye in Ashland, Nebraska.
BNSF 9300 leads an empty coal train in a 3x2 configuration westbound on Main 1 at MP 39 on the Creston Sub.
A pair of former Burlington Northern SD70MACs lead an Eastbound coal drag through Ashland, NE just after sunset.
The cream and green Grinstein MAC's looked good when clean, even with BNSF lettering on the long hood.
Roaring off the Omaha Sub and about to hit the Sioux City Sub diamond at Ashland, NE, BN 7136 West has a couple big birds behind the power. The track in the foreground is the Creston Sub leading t... (more)
BN 7113 with an LMX Dash8-39B second out is hustling out the south main while a manifest off the Sioux City Sub at Ashland waits for traffic ahead. The route still retained some of its CB&Q herita... (more)
BN1 and BN2 bring a business car special train thru Ashland, NE in 1990.
Westbound thru Ashland, NE. The Burlington depot, which can be seen behind the train in the background, was demolished a few years later.
A late #6 is crossing the Platte River at Ashland, NE.
Eastbound thru Ashland, NE. This was one of the few trains I caught moving this AM, as the rest of the subdivision seemed to be a parking lot awaiting a track in the yard at Lincoln.
A pair of CN units was a nice change of pace on this winter day as compared to the constant stream of BNSF power thru Ashland, NE.
A grain train has come down off the Sioux City Sub and is waiting to let a coalie by before entering the mainline to Lincoln. The early BNSF heritage schemes were relatively decent; devolving into... (more)