The state of Nebraska is nestled in what is called the plains region. Iowa and Missouri make up the eastern border. Wyoming and Colorado are along the western border. South Dakota sits to Nebraska's north and Kansas is to the south. Lincoln is Nebraska's capital and the second most populous city in the state. Nebraska is a leading farming and ranch state, producing beef, pork, corn and soybeans. Nebraska has a vast railroad history. North Platte Nebraska is home to the largest train yard in the US. Tourists can follow the path of the old Oregon Trail through Western Nebraska.