Built in 1910, Union Pacific’s Columbus, Nebraska, station stood along the Columbus Subdivision main line for over 100 years until torn down in June 2015.
The Union Pacific had these unique block indicators near many of their depots. These were at the Columbus, NE depot in June of 1989.
These 2 units pulling a string of TOFC are westbound on the Union Pacific mainline about 100 miles west of Omaha, NE.
A local has just picked up orders at the Columbus NE depot and is departing westbound out of town
This G.E. has obvious evidence of a turbo failure at one time.
A hazy early morning at Columbus found UP 701 assigned as the local unit. The UP GP30's were becoming fairly rare by this date and the 701 looks a little worse for wear.
On a hazy September morning CNW 5050,5085,5073 along with UP 3953 and 3924 are eastbound at a blistering pace with mainly APL doublestacks.
UP's snow fighting equipment is sitting in UP's Columbus, Nebraska yard awaiting to fight the next decent snow fall.
Double Stacks Westbound.
eastbound UP train near Columbus, NE
The River City Roundup Special pauses for passengers in Columbus, on its run from North Platte to Omaha.
UP 844 splits the signals east of Columbus NE.
Enroute to Omaha for the River City Roundup