One of many westbound trains parked for the day awaiting crews.
BNSF 5846 leads eastbound loads between Hyannis & Whitman Nebraska.
An eastbound manifest passes one of the many westbound empty coal trains parked on the Sandhills Sub all day.
BNSF 9395 & 8858 stopped east of Hyannis NE.
A pair of Kansas City Southern EMD SD60s lead an eastbound Burlington Northern coal train at Hyannis while traveling through Nebraska’s Sand Hills on July 23, 1992.
The storm gathers force and starts pounding anything in it's path as it moves East, but this westbound coal train is almost through the back side of the storm.
You can see the beginning of a pretty bad storm that hit the area. I saw about 10 or so coal trains parked head to tail on the main for storage. I believe they have been backed up due to the flood... (more)
An empty coal train heads West through the Nebraska Sand Hills with a powerful thunderstorm looming overhead.
Former BN SD60Ms 9288 and 9237 head east on the Sand Hills Sub with a Continuous Welded Rail Train.