Prototype photo of UP's Pool Yard looking west on August 11, 2013, with Omaha's skyline in the distance. I'm only modeling the 8 tracks on the left on the visible portion of the layout.  Those further to the right, once known as UP's North Yard, are across the aisle on the layout, reached via a gate, and used as the west end of staging.
Prototype photo of UP's Pool Yard looking west on August 11, 2013, with Omaha's skyline in the distance. I'm only modeling the 8 tracks on the left on the visible portion of the layout. Those further to the right, once known as UP's North Yard, are across the aisle on the layout, reached via a gate, and used as the west end of staging.
By: Joe Atkinson
Looking west at UP's Pool Yard. The IAIS Bluffs switch job runs over to this yard 2-3 times a day to interchange with the UP.
Looking west at UP's Pool Yard. The IAIS Bluffs switch job runs over to this yard 2-3 times a day to interchange with the UP.
By: Joe Atkinson
West end of Pool Yard.
West end of Pool Yard.
By: Joe Atkinson
CBSW making its way into Pool Yard on an interchange run.
CBSW making its way into Pool Yard on an interchange run.
By: Joe Atkinson
Looking east from UP's Pool Yard toward Indian Creek.
Looking east from UP's Pool Yard toward Indian Creek.
By: Joe Atkinson
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