CN 2442 makes its way towards Lincoln in decent light.
A pair of Tier 4s leads the highest priority manifest on the line away from the sun.
An amazing mix of power leads H LINLIN back towards Lincoln.
Firth Hill is down to one track due to a dispatching blunder which resulted in a bunch of crews dying. That made for this nice photo opportunity as a colorful grain train passes two of those tied ... (more)
On a cool Fall day, the twice-weekly Beatrice local heads South towards Beatrice. This line only sees these locals and the occasional grain train.
After flying for much of its trip, UP 4141 comes to a crawl as it approaches Oreapolis.
A BNSF/KCS grain shuttle heads through Lincoln, where it will turn South towards Kansas City. In Kansas City, it will interchange to the KCS.
A logoless BNSF AC44 leads empties out of Lincoln while flurries still fall after an October snowstorm.
"It's an October blizzard here in Nebraska!" are the exact words of the conductor on this sand train as it plows through a rare October snowstorm.
BNSF 9266 leads TXUX loads up the hill as fall colors are just beginning.
The Fall colors begin in Nebraska as BNSF 4290 leads a manifest after the last of the clouds drift South.
BLE 910 rolls through the rolling hills of Western Iowa on its way to Denison and Council Bluffs.
In the last few minutes of sunlight, a fresh beaver leads CP 474 towards Nahant Yard, and eventually, Kansas City's Knoche Yard.
A rarity around these parts, a barn unit leads H WLMKCK1 11A just outside of Lincoln towards its final destination of Kansas City.
BNSF 267 and the Lincoln-Hastings manifest have just left Lincoln's Hobson Yard and is about to connect with the other half of the Hastings Sub and head towards Hastings.