While they don't lead to passenger trains, these signs at Omaha Union Station still lead you downstairs to some on display.
This is the bar area on SP 2986, a 12-1949 built Pullman Standard Lounge Car. It was converted to an SP Conference Instruction Car #206 in 1971, and used for rules exams. In 1975, it became Conf... (more)
Omaha Union Station, also referred to as "Union Passenger Terminal", was finished on 1-15-1931. Carl R. Gray, UP President, declared the station to be, "Dedicated by the railways o... (more)
A UP excursion prepares to depart from Omaha Union Station with a nice view of the city skyline as a backdrop. This view shows off the sheer size of this machine.
The Butternut Coffee building ... (more)
The Amtrak station in Omaha is a well preserved classic example (with the exception of the missing arrow logo on the exterior) of the 1970s/1980s era Amtrak cookie cutter station design that helpe... (more)
2 new CNW SD60's, led by 8033, bring an empty coal train thru Omaha, NE in May of 1987. There were 4 brand new SD60's on the point when the train pulled into Council Bluffs, but 2 were removed bef... (more)
Empty hoppers roll west thru downtown Omaha on the Union Pacific mainline.
This Iowa Interstate train from Council Bluffs to Chicago is currently westbound in Nebraska on the Burlington Northern as viewed from the L Street overpass in South Omaha, Why? Because this is a... (more)
A Union Pacific Autorack heads west out of Omaha past the former UP Station as a Loram Rail Grinder sits in a siding.
UP's only coal turbine electric makes a test run as many officials look on. This locomotive was an experimental and didn't run very much as it was deemed a failure. A set of diesels was always in ... (more)
Union Pacific's classic E-Units and passenger cars set up on display during the College World Series next to the Ameritrade Stadium in Omaha Nebraska
A recently-rebuilt EMD SW9, now Union Pacific SW10 No. 1221, switches tracks near the shop that rebuilt the locomotive at Omaha, Nebraska, in July 1981.
The California Zephyr stops at Omaha, but the station on the right is the old and no longer used station. The current station is just next door, and is of the classic Amtrak design.
The Union Pacific E9's being display on the track called home plate for the College World Series.
Miscellaneous locomotives await work at Union Pacific’s Omaha Shops in June 1981, including SD40-2 “snoot” No. 3312. This entire 100-acre shop complex, a major overhaul and maintenance facility fo... (more)