One of Nebraska Northwestern's classic EMDs sits outside of the roundhouse in Chadron. The 303 was originally built as a high hood SD18 for the DM&IR in April of 1960.
A former CNW GP7 now operates on the Nebraska Northwestern Railroad in Chadron, Nebraska. It is seen here sitting in the very active roundhouse still used regularly by the NNW. The conjoining turn... (more)
Having just set out cars on the west leg of the Dakota Junction wye for the Nebraska Northwestern, the RCP&E train accelerates up to 10mph for the trip to Crawford.
Probably one of the most paintless, patched, rusty locomotives I have ever photographed that was still active sits at Chadron, Nebraska, on July 14, 2008. But hey, at least it’s an SD9! Nebkota No... (more)
The sun sets on these two bloody nosed SD9s.
A sharp looking A-B-A set of Fs leads a handful of grain cars into Chadron on a pleasant fall day.
The ex-C&NW geep feels right at home, the b-unit not so much. The light rail and single car tells the story on how hard it is for this line to survive.
I was with my good friend Neil Plagens taking pictures along the C&NW. To our delight, this passenger extra came dashing by.
Nebkota Railways matched A-B-A set of F9s trundle along from Crawford to Chadron.
Nebkota Railways matched A-B-A set of F9s return with the local from Crawford to Chadron.
Nebkota Railway GP7 49 plods along from Chadron to Crawford, with the local. The Fs will lead on the return.
NRI 49 getting some attention before heading out for a trip west.