BNSF 6337 & 8801 eastbound with a loaded coal train.
Brand new KCS 4154 leads this westbound empty west of Lincoln on the Ravenna Sub.
BNSF 6087 and 9448 are leading 150 loads of coal near Seward, Nebraska. That storm in the background produced heavy rain and wind gusts over 70 MPH...enough to overturn several semi trucks on nea... (more)
Into the setting sun and up the "steps" out of Seward climbs this drag
The DPU on an eastbound as it goes through the single track bottleneck between Tamora and Seward. As you can see BNSF is in the process of building a second main line as well as a third siding.
The track doves scatter as 9998 decends toward the Seward cutoff
Eastbound BN9590 is assisted by Warbonnet painted EMD SD75I as it leans into the curve at Seward Nebraska.
Westbound Alabama Power empties negotiate the cutoff around Seward, built in 1953 to avoid sharp curves out of the Blue River valley on the old line through town.
Kansas City- Pasco train tops the hill at Seward- AC4400 5431 and 107 cars trail.
An ex-SOU GP30 leads fellow GP30 rebuild 2808 up the hill at Seward.
The CNW's Superior, NE line crossed at a northeasterly diagonal here until 1974.
Cresting the hill climbing out of the Blue River valley west of Seward.
I almost wish this train came by an hour earlier- trailing units were NS 9727 and GCFX 3075- this was my last shot in Seward before heading out for St. Louis.