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We visit Union Pacific’s busy Marysville Subdivision in 1996, just one year after the UP officially merged the Chicago Northwestern into the UP system, and the Union Pacific is having a motive power shortage.

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We visit Union Pacific’s busy Marysville Subdivision in 1996, just one year after the UP officially merged the Chicago Northwestern into the UP system, and the Union Pacific is having a motive power shortage. We’ll see a lot of CNW green and yellow along with leased units.

This sub stretches 287 miles from Kansas City, Missouri to Gibbon Jct, Nebraska. It is an important funnel from UP’s Council Bluffs Sub the railroad hub of Kansas City and UP’s southern and southwest markets. This informative program is narrated and many locations and trains are marked with on-screen captions.

This program was shot using professional equipment of the time, but is not up to the clarity of today’s high-definition video. It is however an excellent snapshot of an important time in the nation’s railroad history.

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  1. 5 out of 5 RS3L and coal drag paradise.

    Nearly every train in this show is led by Union Pacific widecab GE’s with very well tuned Leslie RS3Ls, and nearly every train is a coal drag, loaded or empty. With that classic Bob Ernst splendor you wont want to miss this show. A few manifests and intermodals are lightly sprinkled in and offer a variety in power including some of the old CNW power.

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