A pair of SD70ACes running 1x1 tug empty coal buckets westward through central Nebraska.
BNSF 8784 & 9273 with westbound empties.
2.5 hours after the last westbound, BNSF 9108 & 6375 power a westbound empty coal train between Anselmo & Dunning Nebraska.
An executive MAC, BNSF 9610, shoves on the rear of an eastbound coal train.
BNSF 8793 & 9360 lead westbound empties east of Anselmo Nebraska.
BNSF 4254 westbound with what I'm guessing is an inspection train of some sort.
BNSF 7074 is doing all of the work as it leads a westbound manifest. The six SD70MACs are offline.
BNSF 5749 & CREX 1314 lead eastbound coal loads.
A loaded coal drag flies east on the BNSF Sand Hills Sub on its way toward Grand Island, NE and points east past a field of Black-Eyed Susans in the beautiful Sandhills region of Nebraska.
BNSF SD70MAC 8896 speeds coal train C-SBMSLW0-51A through the Sand Hills and toward Anselmo, Nebraska, on May 12, 2008.