I love to find old articles or out of print books related to railroad or railroad history. Ran across this link and really enjoyed reading this newspaper article on Nebraska Railroads. Was from a Lincoln Nebraska newspaper in June 1887. Just thought I would share this and Im sure some of you...
Just some pictures I took the other day of the remains of the CNW platte river bridge west of Fremont. Hard to find much left of this branch that went to Lincoln.
cant figure out how to get the pics posted but this...
This will be a thread where I dump any and all pictures RR associated that I take in and around Lincoln. I attend the University of Nebraska and my parking lot is right next to the busy Creston Sub northeast of Hobson Yard...
I saw this exact car tonight as I was leaving campus. It looked to be on the local train heading back to Hobson here in Lincoln, NE. My question is what is it and what is it used for?
NS Eastbound Military Train 057 departs the siding at Lincoln, Al. after having met Amtrak P019. NS ran several military trains within a week or 2 & I was lucky enough to capture 2 of them in 3 days with nice BNSF power. These military train were destined for Ft. Benning in Columbus, Ga.
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