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Date: 06/27/20 18:04
Getting coal over Crawford hill.
Author: hank

Southbound coal load leaving Crawford, Nebraska with helpers in the first clip.  Second clip is at Belmont, Nebraska as they are near the top of Crawford hill in September 1996.

Thanks for viewing.

Ron Hirsch
Springfield, Mo.

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Date: 06/27/20 19:00
Re: Getting coal over Crawford hill.
Author: srman

Great video!!!



Date: 06/28/20 06:18
Re: Getting coal over Crawford hill.
Author: RSD5

Those are both great!

Dave



Date: 06/28/20 09:37
Re: Getting coal over Crawford hill.
Author: ntharalson

Ah, the "good old days" on Crawford Hill with all DC power.  Not to forget four unit helper sets with a fuel tender.  These could have been taken anytime after 1986, and by 1996 were becoming rare as the MAC's had taken over.  And did anyone else notice the double ended car in this set of hoppers?  Thanks for posting.  

Nick Tharalson,
Marion, IA



Date: 06/28/20 11:39
Re: Getting coal over Crawford hill.
Author: atsf121

Awesome videos! The helper set with the fuel tender is really interesting.

Nathan

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Date: 06/28/20 18:26
Re: Getting coal over Crawford hill.
Author: ProAmtrak

I agree, great videos, the sounds were awesome!

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