Spiffy-looking Burlington Northern Santa Fe EMD SD9 No. 6128 switches the north end of South Yard in Alliance, Nebraska, late in the day of July 21, 2003.
Southbound manifest on the Butte Subdivision between Hemingford & Alliance.
BNSF 8548 & 6125 lead a short local returning to Alliance from Hemingford.
Just past sunrise, a loaded coal drag slows on the approach to the Alliance Terminal. This train has conquered the steepest grade in Nebraska, Crawford Hill, and has a relatively flat journey thro... (more)
A Burlington Northern coal train powered by a matching quartet of GE C30-7s is ready to leave Alliance, Nebraska, on the eve of July 4, 1996. Courtesy of Mother Nature, the fireworks are starting ... (more)
On the north side of BNSF’s Alliance yard in Nebraska on May 23, 2014, sit Burlington Northern GE C30-7 Nos. 5549 and 5545. Both were heavily used in coal service for for much of their lives, but ... (more)
Two ex-BN C30-7s wait for the scrappers to finish them off outside the Alliance terminal.
A pair of Heritage II Dash nines lead a grain train toward Alliance on the Angora Sub.
The engineer of the KCKPAS performs as roll-by inspection of a loaded coal train as the conductor walks back from starting the 6th unit.
KCS 631 with C30-7 5017 and SD60M 9209.
A unit coal train arrives at Alliance. Behind the leading SD60M are SD60M UP 6270, C30-7s 5599 & 5208, and SD40-2 7885.
NS 3655 is northbound, approaching Alliance, on the Angora Subdivision.