#844 blasts out of a servicing stop.
#3985 is pulling away, quickly, from a servicing stop in Lodgepole. This would be the last mainline trip for it along with her boss, Steve Lee, who would call it a day as well.
Union Pacific 4-6-6-4 Challenger No. 3985 is westbound east of Lodgepole, Nebraska, on October 9, 2008, on the last day of a long road trip and is heading home to Cheyenne. The many miles of “weat... (more)
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The beginning UP 844 is halfway through its first leg of its Great Excursion Adventure. Seen here in the tiny town of Ledgepole for some upkeep.
A westbound UP double stack train leaves stormy skies behind and speeds into the setting sun as it rounds the curve just west of town.
The 3985 gets some TLC at a service stop in Lodgepole, NE.
The Missouri River Eagle is arriving at Lodgepole for a service stop.
UP 844 fills the air with steam as it gets under way after a service stop.
Raindrops are still falling and the sun's last rays shine through a drenching thunderstorm as UP SD70M 3837 leads a double-stack train wb through Lodgepole, NE.
Union Pacific SD40-2s 3396 and 2660 idle away in the night beside the elevator in Lodgepole, Nebraska.
The snow is just beginning to fall as a Union Pacific autorack train curves through Lodgepole, Nebraska.
A pair of Union Pacific SD40-2s drops off a cut of grain cars at the Lodgepole elevator.
An eastbound Union Pacific auto rack train blasts through Lodgepole, Nebraska on a stormy August night.
Pace shot of UP 844