The southbound Loyall-Varilla mine run rear-ended a standing freight on the former double track on the north end of Loyall Yard on this foggy day in 1958. This was CTC territory, but the track on ... (more)
Don't know what all the employees were doing chilling around this tied down grain train, there was nothing on the scanner for the 4 hours I had it on....looking towards the sunset
Don't know what all the employees were doing chilling around this tied down grain train, there was nothing on the scanner for the 4 hours I had it on....
C71 backs through the yard at Keith, past the area where the city keeps their gravel trucks. The spur is rarely used, MOW equipment is usually kept on it.
A road foreman sits in K3 after clearing switches for 3071 while C71 backs into K2 towards a joint, the exhaust from the truck betraying the cold temperatures
An mty Lynch Man, coming through the flood wall approaching the north end of Loyall Yard.
The DPU on an eastbound 108 passes by a staged grain train in the twilight of summer
Complete cabshot of a desktop AC4400
Ever wonder what the new GEVos look like inside? The ENTIRE cab?
401 passes an unattended grain train in the dead of night, with stars clearly visible through the glow the northern sky has even at midnight
Cab of the leader of 3 SD40-2s sitting in the yard at Keith, staring into the sun. Everyone with an APS-C should have a 10mm lens!
105-11 passes a 400 series in the bumpy Keith siding at sunset.
199-11 passes on Keith siding between a 400 series EB manifest and a 300 series WB grain at sunset.
A Union Pacific westbound piggyback train, in the charge of SD40-2s 3569, 3377 and 3643, rushes through Keith, Nebraska -- a siding just east of North Platte -- on August 19, 1980.
A forlorn caboose sits in Keith yard on a fine day