The Ash Grove cement plant dominates the background as an empty coal train passes thru Louisville, NE.
The Westbound LINLIN takes full advantage of trackspeed at the West end of Louisville Siding.
A Westbound empty coal train rolls though the small Maintence of Way staging yard in Louisville, Nebraska.
The first in a fleet of westbounds moves thru Louisville, NE on a mild December afternoon.
A DP shoves on an eastbound load thru Louisville, NE on a mild December day. The background is dominated by the Ash Grove Cement plant.
The conductor of a Westbound empty flatcar train climbs back onto his power as the DPU of a loaded coal train passes on the main.
Union Pacific has just delivered around 50 coal hoppers to the Ash Grove cement plant in Louisville using Ex-MoPac trackage. The power is tied down right next to BNSF's Creston Subdivision.
BNSF 9355 poses under the Ash Grove sign in Louisville, NE, as it heads northwest towards Ashland.