An auto train with a fresh SD70ACe-T4 is climbing thru the rolling hills just east of Arlington, NE. US Highway 30 can be seen behind the train.
An empty coal train was one of four trains that would pass thru Arlington after a surfacing gang on the Blair Sub. cleared up for the day.
Westbound stacks at Arlington, NE.
A one unit stack train passes the Arlington, NE skyline.
A westbound empty coal train climbs Arlington Hill on the Blair Sub.
The rear end of this eastbound stack train may still be stretched across the Elkhorn River Bridge as the head end works its way thru the curve next to the elevator in Arlington, NE
Eastbound stacks are descending Arlington Hill between Arlington and Kennard. The equipment on the right side of the frame was used the previous day to sink a footing for a 16kv transmission line ... (more)
Eastbound stacks are descending Arlington Hill between Arlington and Kennard on the Blair Sub. The grade for a second main track that has yet to be built here has opened up some nice views on the ... (more)
Union Pacific's Western Pacific heritage unit sits without a crew at the end of siding in Arlington. This train was originally scheduled to take the Omaha Subdivision, but due to a collision betwe... (more)
A westbound local climbs Arlington Hill as seen from the old wooden bridge that was removed shortly thereafter. The bridge was replaced by a grade crossing which crosses the tracks about where the... (more)
Train APLA5X on what is now called the Blair Sub. is climbing Arlington Hill about 11 miles short of arriving at Fremont, NE.
A westbound stacker crosses the Elkhorn River Bridge on the Blair Cutoff a few miles east of Fremont.
The skies open up as UP 6436 leads a westbound grain train at Arlington Hill.
UP 844 leads the eastbound 50th Anniversary Special.
A westbound Union Pacific freight led by AC4400CW-CTE No. 5519 is just east of Arlington, Nebraska, on August 16, 2012. In a panned photograph, the American flag on the locomotive’s side seems to ... (more)