Burlington Northern 325, Great Northern 400 (Hustle Muscle), and BNSF 7765 pose for a family picture at the Jackson Street Roundhouse.
While preparing for a new site design I had to come up with a new header image for my website. I went through my photos and found some awesome wide shots.
From Grant, my Nebraska correspondent, back on May 30th of this year (yes, I’m a little behind): GRANT: One my way home from work Wednesday, I got to see another red/silver Santa Fe engine North of Fremont as well as a dark green, red and cream BNSF. I also got to see the Union Pacific […]
I’ve really taken to my Flip video camera and started capturing location shots where I walk around an area filming video giving a short tour with annotations. This can be done in about 30 minutes and, if I am careful about my shots, it requires little editing. I’m getting better with steadying my hand and […]
My favorite railroads would have to be Burlington Northern and the Denver and Rio Grande Western. I didn’t see too much BN activity growing up unless I was at my dad’s work where the tracks went by or on our way down to Lincoln, NE. I had a BN box car on my HO scale layout […]
I grew up in Fremont, Nebraska, which had a lot of railroad activity. The Union Pacific had two sets of track coming into town. One single track coming from Blair and Kennard which used to be operated by the Chicago and North Western, and a double track serving as the UP’s transcontinental route. We had […]