Categories Photos railroad Big Tea Kettle, Part 2 Post author By route56 Post date 12 December 2019 No Comments on Big Tea Kettle, Part 2 After chasing the Union Pacific steam train from Neodesha to Paola on Sunday, November 17, I followed that up by catching the train twice more on Tuesday, November 19, at Linwood and Newman. 7:56 AM: A pair of UP Diesels leads a train of assorted equipment presumably bound for Fort Riley. 8:41 AM: An eastbound coal drag rolls through the East Linwood Crossovers. Union Pacific ES44AC 2557 was the DPU pushing the coal train. 10:02 AM: The main event – 4014 comes off of the Stranger Creek Bridge at Linwood. Shoot off enough frames, and you’re bound to get one of the engine “rods down” Big Boy without the diesel A young boy and his grandpa 11:13 AM: These work trucks were on their way to a work zone near Perry 12:01 PM: Big boy has cleared the work zone and is heading toward Topeka. Big boy rolls past a crowd of onlookers, and the former Newman train station turned gas station turned private residence. Related Tags Jefferson County KS, Leavenworth County KS, railphotos, secondsection, Union Pacific, UP 4014 ← Big Tea Kettle → KDOT Lettings: January, 2020 Leave a Reply Cancel replyYour email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *Comment Name * Email * Website Notify me of follow-up comments by email. Notify me of new posts by email.