UP Home Plate (Spring trains ). Photo by tamcat

UP Home Plate

Uploaded by: tamcat

Tuesday June 11, 2013

Grand Island, NE (Current Weather Conditions)

Caption: Union Pacific No. 844 heads to Omaha for its annual visit to Home Plate during the College Baseball Championships. It well be on display at the usual spot on Cuming Street, just north of the ball park. http://www.up.com/aboutup/special_trains/steam/details.shtml

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About tamcat

tamcat

My name is Kevin N. Weinhold, and somehow I ended up posting photos on an account with my wife's nickname (sorry for any confusion!). I used to think that photos were too two-dimensional, not really capturing the real person or scene, but now I understand why: without God we are all two-dimensional, but there is a much richer world behind those photos. I hope you find something in my photos beyond my view of God's creation; I'm looking forward to seeing your photos, too!

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