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)
After being used as stationary power generators, BN 5549 & BN 5545now sit derelict to the north of the yard in Alliance.
Here's a different perspective of one of the 2 sole remaining C30-7's in Alliance, Nebraska. There was once a time where I am sure an image like this was captured, however with the hustle and bus... (more)
The least photographed of the 2 sole remaining C30-7's in Alliance, Nebraska manages to capture the morning sun on a cool September Morning. The rumor is these 2 units will be scrapped on site wi... (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 s... (more)
A pair of classic C30-7's (BN 5549 & 5545) are left to fend off the elements at the North Yard in Alliance, Nebraska.
The Burlington Northern logo is rare to see on any of today’s locomotives, but can still be seen on two BN C30-7s at Alliance, Nebraska. The rust-flecked white logo is seen on the cab of BN 5549 o... (more)
Sittin' in the morniing sun, I'll be sittin' when the evening comes.......... This is tho other side of the recently posted derelicts who surprisingly still survive.
Cascade green and ducks On July 14, 1987, another Burlington Northern coal empty passes the shore of Palmer Lake on Colorado’s infamous Joint Line. A General Electric C30-7 leads three ... (more)
Is this a ghost? Do I have hallucinations? I just saw two C30-7 in original BN paint without any BNSF markings in Pasco Yard: the 5549 and the 5545 (the 5545 in better shape than the 5549 but I co... (more)