Two former CNW geeps are back where they started their lives, seen here backing into the Sioux City Union Pacific Yard(former CNW).
A Milwaukee Road train, likely the eastbound Midwest Hiawatha bound for Chicago, boards passengers before departing in Sioux City. See comments for more information.
The Hawkeye has arrived in this late 1960s view.
The H-DILLIN is overshadowed by the ADM elevators in Sioux City as it sits south of the BNSF yard waiting for a crew to bring it into Lincoln.
A lone Grand Trunk Western locomotive spends the morning of Memorial Day shuffling some cars around CN's small yard in Sioux City.
A matching pair of remote controlled switchers roll down the yard lead in Sioux City. These locomotives are about to work on collecting some cars off of the H-NTWKCK that just came in.
L568 works in Sioux City yard as it makes it's nightly 2nd switch of Cargill's meal, crude, and refinery.
L568's conductor switches out Cargill's refinery at Sioux City before departing for Marcus, IA.
Arriving in Sioux City, IA, probably The Arrow, led by an F7 A-B-A set.