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In the months right after the merger with the Santa Fe, Hal Pantti explored Burlington Northern’s “Coal Country”. Beginning at Lincoln, Nebraska, Hal traveled to Alliance. Then he followed a loop, traveling over the Angora, Valley, Canyon, Orin, Black Hills, Edgemont and Butte Subdivisions, finally arriving back in Alliance for the return trip home.

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In the months right after the merger with the Santa Fe, Hal Pantti explored Burlington Northern’s “Coal Country”. Beginning at Lincoln, Nebraska, Hal traveled to Alliance. Then he followed a loop, traveling over the Angora, Valley, Canyon, Orin, Black Hills, Edgemont and Butte Subdivisions, finally arriving back in Alliance for the return trip home. In this program although the BNSF had just formed, you’ll witness the final months of what still looked like true BN action in this region. As the Union Pacific shared the Orin Sub, you will see UP trains as well as UP power, which often pooled with BN power. Plenty of great locations!

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  1. 5 out of 5 BN Finale, Powder River.

    As the BNSF gets it’s feet wet as a new company, the old cascade greens and other BN paint schemes would gradually flow away. The producer has done an excellent job covering the territory in the Powder River district and all the various power that could be seen including the Orin Sub where BNSF & UP can be seen together hauling heavy coal drags. Thanks to BKVP for capturing this piece of history as the future of railroading in the region takes hold. Excellent video.

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