Something different today... the ZG2LT that I see alot in Iowa in the afternoons, is normally a monster stack train that is DP-ed. Today ZG2LT is a short conventional hotshot that is seen here blasting thru CP100 at Watkins. Also along for the ride is a big block of mechanical ARMN type refers on the headend. The train is in central Iowa working across Iowa on the UP's East-West double main between Clinton and Missouri Valley. The train would blister across Iowa and into Nebraska this evening, and would be by Grand Island, NE, in 8 hours from now, 383 miles west.