BNSF 5923 & 9540 are on the rear of an eastbound coal train stopped on the single track waiting for permission to proceed.
A westbound BNSF coal empty rolls through Nebraska’s Sand Hills at Ashby on May 22, 2014, led by a pair of GE ES44AC locomotives.
BNSF 5645 & 8582 with westbound empties between Hyannis & Ashby.
BNSF 5846 waits for a signal to proceed east.
An eastbound loaded coal train, between Ashby & Hyannis, traverses one of the few remaining sections of single track on the Sandhills Subdivision.
Sandhills SD60sA Burlington Northern coal empty is westbound out of Ashby, Nebraska, heading for Alliance on a trip through the Sandhills on May 11, 1995. A trio of EMD SD60s power the ... (more)
BNSF 6434 & 9676 lead eastbound loads through the sand hills.
East end of Ashby has an eastbound freight waiting on this empty coal train to clear. The Sand Hills Sub in mainly double track, but there are sections of single track too. This section of the San... (more)
BN 5598 leads a coal train along Hwy 2 near Ashby, NE in May of 1991. I always liked these GE's on coal trains.
Out in the vastness of the Nebraska Sandhills, Cow Country, BN 5088 with Santa Fe partner leads another string of coal empties west towards Alliance and the Powder River mines. This line was once ... (more)
BNSF GE ES44AC No. 5777 leads an eastbound coal train east of Ashby, Nebraska, over the Sand Hills Subdivision on May 19, 2006.
Loads east—empties west BNSF coal trains meet west of Ashby, Nebraska, on BNSF’s Sand Hills Subdivision during the afternoon of August 5, 2005.
A loaded coal train traverses through the S-curve between Ashby and Hyannis on its way toward Ravenna
The BNSF 6320 cruises through the Sand Hills meeting an opposing empty hopper on double track.
Eastbound loads race across the Sand Hills region of Nebraska on BNSF's busy Sand Hills Sub.