A massive deadline of General Electric power looks on as the only two coal empties in Hobson Yard are serviced.
It's one day after the summer solstice, and OPPD's Nebraska City power plant is nearing capacity. To meet increasing power demands, BNSF is delivering two trains instead of one today. The first lo... (more)
Heritage II-painted ES44DC no. 7654 has three Boeing 737 fuselages waiting to go north at Alliance, Nebraska.
BNSF 2128, an ex-Frisco GP38, leads the Aurora Local through Tamora, Nebraska.
Under track warrant control, a single CN Tier 4 hauls a unit wind turbine parts train to O'Neill, Nebraska.
On a very hazy summer evening, a southbound BNSF coal train starts back up Firth Hill.
All DC power leads a train of Boeing 737 fuselages towards Lincoln, Nebraska, on a beautiful autumn afternoon.
Two coal trains meet at a curve near Greenwood, Nebraska.
UP 7002 idles in the yard at Marysville, Kansas.
The last active standard cab GE on the BNSF system leads a late LINLIN local back to Hobson Yard on a crisp winter's morning.
An ex-Santa Fe SD75I leads a manifest freight over Firth Hill on Leap Day afternoon.
An ex-Penn Central SD40 leads Nebraska Central's Hordville turn back north over the Platte River south of Central City, Nebraska.
The westbound California Zephyr pulls into the tourist town of Glenwood Springs, running about a half hour late. Not visible behind the tree line are three private cars on the rear.
Coal empties race back to North Platte, led by two UP AC4400's.