BNSF Nebraska double-tracking photo gallery

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Darrell Wendt
A westbound empty skirts by onto single track after coming off the double main at Pleasant Dale, Neb. (MP 14.6).
BNSF Railway is busily double-tracking its mainline routes throughout the West to eliminate the last remaining bottlenecks on its system. Long-time Trains contributor Darrell Wendt is documenting this process and picked a spot close to his Nebraska home to photograph and share with Trains News Wire readers. Darrell took all of these photos on March 7.
RavennaDoubleTracking
A close-up map of BNSF Railway's Ravenna Subdivision through Milford and Pleasant Dale, Neb. Mileposts are marked in blue.
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