Badlands Coal The BNSF Dickinson Subdivision

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It's called the Badlands – but it's a great place for train watching.

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It’s called the Badlands – but it’s a great place for train watching! The Dickinson Sub runs from Glendive, Montana through the Badlands of North Dakota to Dickinson on the old Northern Pacific main. Traffic is mostly coal loads and empties to and from the Powder River Basin. You’ll see some big power and long trains. This is SD70MAC and SD70ACe territory, with some GE units (including the new ES44) thrown in for variety. You’ll even see some warbonnets! This is a widescreen format.

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3 reviews for Badlands Coal The BNSF Dickinson Subdivision

  1. Craig J

    Review is specific to bluray of this release. Great locations and camera angles with trains always shot in clear weather with good lighting. The resolution of this disc is somewhere between widescreen DVD and what you get from 7idea, my pick for the current “standard” of bluray videos others should aspire to. It may be a setting on the camera, or the lens itself. So image quality is not quite there for bluray, but audio is also a problem. Sound is somewhat anemic, and although advertised as 2-channel, it is not stereo. The same mono source is copied onto both channels. This seems to be the case for all HBP discs I own. There is absolutely no reason Peter can’t record in stereo. Depending on your home theater settings, these discs may only play out of the center speaker.

  2. Lloyd

    A good video. The territory covered is well done. With some meets, and plenty of scenery of the region in the Badlands, it made for a good combination. We found that there was a surprise or 2 along the way, things no expected like the paint scheme of an engine that we have never seen before. We enjoyed the video and recommend it to other railfans, and even to non-railfans for the scenic value.

  3. NSSD60e

    This is a great BNSF video for any BNSF fan.

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