The following is a sequence of photos taken June 4, 2009, in Fremont, Nebraska of an eastbound Union Pacific coal train.

There were two engines in front and one trailing.

Eastbound coal train approaches in Fremont, Nebraska, June 4, 2009, at 3:35pm. View from Broad Street viaduct looking west.

Eastbound coal train approaches in Fremont, Nebraska, June 4, 2009, at 3:35pm. View from Broad Street viaduct looking west.

Union Pacific 5967 (GE AC4400CW-CTE) leads the eastbound coal train through Fremont, Nebraska on June 4, 2009. View from Broad Street viaduct looking west.

Union Pacific 5967 (GE AC4400CW-CTE) leads the eastbound coal train through Fremont, Nebraska on June 4, 2009. View from Broad Street viaduct looking west.

Union Pacific easbound coal train viewed from the Broad Street viaduct.

Union Pacific easbound coal train viewed from the Broad Street viaduct.

Union Pacific 6684 (GE AC4400CW) trails the eastbound coal train.

Union Pacific 6684 (GE AC4400CW) trails the eastbound coal train.

I was able to gather engine information just by doing a Google search for keywords “Union Pacific 5967” and “Union Pacific 6684.” As always, RailPictures.net came to the rescue:

About Chad Leigh Kluck

Originally from Nebraska, I am a history and railroad enthusiast currently living near Saint Paul, Minnesota. I enjoy trains, photography, and nostalgic memories, as well as the history of transportation, agriculture, eateries, breweries, and railroad towns. More...

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