UP 4141, George H. W. Bush Locomotive is on display in Omaha Nebraska after leading the former President's funeral train to College Station Texas.
A C&NW local sits on the main track at what's left of Chicago and North Western's yard near 40'th and D Street, just south of I-80 in Omaha. Union Pacific's Wimmer Wye now occupies the roadbed und... (more)
Union Pacific placed UP 4141 on public display in downtown Omaha, NE from December 9th-12th. On the afternoon of December 12, 2018, 4141 was pulled from the display track. To get back on UP rails,... (more)
UP 4141 and a baggage car sit next to the TD Ameritrade Park. It was amazing to see all of the people that came out to see this unique locomotive.
UP 4141 and the baggage car that carried President Bush's (41) casket on display for a few days in Omaha.
A westbound empty coal train climb the hill on Union Pacific rails by Tower B in downtown Omaha as seen from the 16th St. viaduct.
Built for the CB&Q in 1949, WAMX 107 now works at a railcar repair facility in Millard, NE.
Welcome to Omaha, Nebraska! On a pleasantly warm Thanksgiving weekend, 6900 and 4023 welcome home visitors from vacations in Iowa and beyond along I-80.
A "TSE" out of Council Bluffs is headed towards South Omaha as seen from the 16th St. Bridge. UP 2295 is ex MP, same number.
A standard cab GP39-3 leads the Lincoln-Lincoln car transfer at the East end of Chalco Siding. Behind the leader is a Warbonnet C44-9W, an NS C44-9W, and two more BNSF GEVOS.
Union Pacific's classic set of A-B-A E9 locomotives is on display across the street from T D Ameritrade Park for the 2015 NCAA College World Series.
BNSF 662 (nicknamed the Fraud Bonnet because of it's apparent identity crisis) leads a newer GEVO Westbound with the LINLIN in tow.
The Spirit of the Union Pacific is on display in downtown Omaha for the College World Series. 1943, along with 9082 are positioned directly across the street from TD Ameritrade Park.
The former experimentally painted "Vomit Bonnet" now wears a clean coat of BNSF orange. On June 14, 2018, it lead an empty coal train across BNSF's Omaha Subdivision. It is seen here pa... (more)