In northwest Nebraska and southwest South Dakota is one of the USA s biggest coal hauling lines, the BNSF s Butte Subdivision. Most people know the Butte for it’s steep climb over Crawford Hill, but the rest of the subdivision is interesting in it s own right. With landscapes ranging from wide open spaces to badlands, buttes, steep hills and even cornfields, the Butte Subdivision also has plenty to offer the railroad enthusiast. You’ll see the entire subdivision from Edgemont, South Dakota to Alliance, Nebraska. This program includes: Provo Hill, Orella Hill, Crawford Hill, and manned helpers.
BNSF’s Butte Subdivision, The Crawford Hill Line
In NW Nebraska and SW South Dakota is one of our heaviest tonnage coal hauling lines, the BNSF’s Butte Subdivision. Most people know the Butte for the steep climb over Crawford Hill, but the rest of the subdivision is interesting in it’s own right.
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