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Coal trains in Alliance, Nebraska

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Coal trains — some full, others empty — idle in a railyard next to a pivot irrigation circle in Allia
 
October 17 · Issue #755 · View online
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Coal trains — some full, others empty — idle in a railyard next to a pivot irrigation circle in Alliance, Nebraska, USA. The city is located in the Powder River Basin — one of the world’s largest coal-mining areas — and serves as a stopping point for trains en route to power plants in the Midwest and Southern parts of the country.
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Source imagery: Maxar Technologies

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