A railroad engineer who documents Wyoming’s coal country in photos

By Alan Rogers, Digital Editor, Casper Star Tribune; May 31, 2019

Alan Nash is a Union Pacific engineer from Scottsbluff, Nebraska, who for most of his adult life has made a living hauling coal through Wyoming’s Powder River Basin. His home away from home is the railroad’s terminal in Bill.

“I kick myself for not taking pictures from 26 plus years ago. … Oh the changes I have seen,” Nash said recently. “But like everything else, we never imagined it would come to an end.”

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