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Burlington Northern Finale Powder River Coal DVD

4 of 5 (1)
Burlington Northern Finale Powder River Coal DVD Broken Knuckle Video Productions BNPR
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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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Burlington Northern Finale Powder River Coal DVD
Runtime:1 Hour, 30 Mins
Producer:Broken Knuckle Video Productions
Aspect Ratio:Full Screen
Shrink Wrapped?:Yes
Disc Type:DVD
Region Code:0 Worldwide NTSC

Burlington Northern Finale Powder River Coal DVD
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  •  4 of 5

Not a bad DVD.. it was filmed before the Hi-Def era came along so don't expect the image quality to be up to today's standards but you cant go out and film this stuff today.

Narration & Maps: Narration is informative and keeps the DVD interesting... maps are of the time (mid 1990's) so there's no Google Earth here more like you would see in a Railfan magazine article, straight forward and to the point.

Image Quality and Filming: Most of this was shot in the mid 1990's before Hi-Def, with that said the filming is good camera work is smooth....the BN SD70 Mac's were new then so if you like them you wont be disappointed and there's plenty of other BN action that' is unforintly now gone.

Conclusion: I would recommend this DVD especially if your a BN fan or just like the trains of the era


Additional remarks by mySP7377:
Narration: Just enough.
Would kids enjoy this? Definitely!
Image quality: Good.
DVD Value: Excellent Value!
Recommend to others? Definitely.

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