Step back to the late 1990s to experience Union Pacific's Marysville Subdivision. Here you'll find high density railroading at its finest. Union Pacific sends up to sixty trains a day across the Sub's hilly terrain. This primarily single-tracked line spans the sparsely populated region between Kansas City and the junction with UP's mainline at Gibbon, Nebraska. The rails cut across a rolling landscape rich in scenic beauty, where trains work hard to conquer the uneven profile of the land.|
Starting at Gibbon Junction, the incredibly active meeting point of the Marysville Sub and the Nebraska Division mainline, we follow the route east along the Nebraska prairie. A new bypass around Hastings speeds trains up and over a busy Burlington Northern line. Soon after crossing into Kansas, the line becomes double-tracked and carries trains swiftly into Marysville, the crew change location and the stopping point for Volume 1 in our tour.
Union Pacific's diesels put on a spectacular
|Overall rating for this DVD?
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