Union Pacific 6938 on display in front of the Jenks Shops.
A severe thunderstorm has moved off to the east, but the lightning continues to illuminate the sky over the Union Pacific Jenks shops and the impressive DD40X 6938 that is on display.
A night photo of the DD40X 6938 on display at the North Little Rock Jenks shop.
Lighting streaks over the top of DD40X 6938 as a severe thunderstorm clears North Little Rock and heads east. UP 6938 is on display in front of the Union Pacific Jenks Shops.
Lighting flashes over Union Pacific 1725 and 1784 as a severe thunderstorm heads east.
As severe thunderstorms roll through downtown Little Rock, a very close lightning strike with extremely loud thunder hits near the DD40X 6938 on display at the Jenks Shops. This photo was taken ... (more)
Ferromex SD70ACE 4074 leads the QEGNL pass the Little Rock Union Station on a clear morning.
UP SD40N 1784 leads two other units and the LWS53 across the Arkansas River bridge at 10:35 am. Note the Down P Jenks shop in the background through the bridge.
UP 4900 takes a spin on the turntable at North Little Rock.
UP 8032 east leads a manifest train by the Little Rock passenger station. Today's consist includes CSX 7590.
In a never-to-be-repeated scene, LR&W's C420s and GP7 103 ease onto the UP for the short run over to the yard in North Little Rock.
Two Rock Island GP7 units are idle on a hot July 4th holiday in Little Rock.
UP 1692 & 1659 lead a 55 car empty ballast train over the Arkansas River. In 1929 Missouri Pacific rebuilt the Bearing Cross Bridge as we know it today. Photographed at 14:30.
This ex-MP unit carried its house on its back. Actually that is a rock deflection. And yes, there is a place called Big Rock, not nearly so famous as that aforementioned miniscule monolith.
Rock Island SW8 #834 resting at Little Rock, AR on a damp May day in 1975.