UP 6759 has cut off its eastbound coal train and rolls by the old water tower.
A westbound empty Union Pacific coal train heads back to the Powder River Basin, passing the preserved water tank at Lusk, Wyo.
Under the stars, a Union Pacific freight passes the old water tank in Lusk, Wyo.
The sun rises next to the former Fremont, Elkhorn & Missouri Valley (later Chicago & North Western) water tank at Lusk, Wyo. The tank was built in 1886 and is on the National Register of Historic ... (more)
A pair of Union Pacific locomotives tag along as Distributed Power Units behind a westbound empty coal train heading into the Powder River Basin.
UP 6915 west passes a preserved water tower in Lusk, WY.
A friendly wave from the conductor as a westbound empty coal train meets a loaded train on the high plains of Wyoming.
A pair of "torpedo-boat" GP-9R's enjoy their brief stint of mainline running on this rebuilt section of the Cowboy Line as they head East with a 7 car local East of Lusk.
CNW8828 leads a coal load past the water tank at Lusk, WY.
Two work trains are tied up as the sun is low and a westbound empty is coming up along side headed for the PRB.
eastbound coal train near Lusk, NE
Like veritable streetcars, coal trains, both loaded and empty, pound Union Pacific's rails through Lusk, the largest town in Niobrara County. Approaching the US 18/85 overpass are more empties hea... (more)
Nearing the Fremont, Elkhorn, and Missouri Valley Railroad water tower in Lusk