Progress, Burlington Northern Railroad/Livingston environmental cleanup

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Progress, Burlington Northern Railroad/Livingston environmental cleanup Item Preview remove-circle Share or Embed This Item. Livingston isn’t the only railroad town in Big Sky country where Burlington Northern left a mess.

There are 18 state-recognized superfund sites tied to the company’s operations. Doug Thomson, 71, spent 34 years with the railroad, about a third of them working in the paint shop, where he said men often passed out from the noxious fumes. Title from caption. This banner text can have markup.

web; books; video; audio; software; images. There was good news and bad news at Wednesday night’s update on the Burlington Northern railroad yard a Department of Environmental Quality Project Manager Aimee Reynolds made a two-hour presentation to about 30 citizens on the cleanup progress.

The meeting was held in the City-County Complex’s Community Room. The good news is that the pumping of the plume of. Livingston is one of the more complicated Superfund sites in Montana.

There are state Superfund sites, and 15 federal Superfund sites. In measures costing at least $ million were proposed for cleanup of railroad pollution in Livingston. The Burlington Northern Livingston Shop Complex, which includes an active rail yard, is primarily located in Livingston, Montana.

The Facility is approximately 2 miles long and miles wide, and includes active locomotive and rail car Progress and maintenance shops. Montana Rail Link (MRL) is the current rail yard operator. Burlington Northern Livingston Shop Complex.

The acre Burlington Northern Livingston Shop Complex (BNLSC) Superfund site is located primarily in Livingston, Montana. Inthe Northern Pacific Railroad (NPRR) constructed a rail yard at the site.

Burlington Northern Railroad Burlington Northern system map at the time of the BNSF merger (BN lines are green) With three of four predecessor railroad locomotives in a five-unit consist, BNa GE U33C, departs Livingston, Montana in August A railroad reporting mark, officially known as a standard carrier alpha code (SCAC), is a two to four letter code assigned by Railinc (for-profit subsidiary of the Association of American Railroads, or AAR) that uniquely identifies the owner of a piece of railroad rolling stock.

Gov. Brian Schweitzer’s aggressive take on getting Burlington Northern Santa Fe Railway to clean up a decades-old underground pond of pollution in Livingston seems to be paying off. Burlington Northern Railroad has 7, members. A place for people with a Burlington Northern Railroad history to share pictures and stories, find old friends, and maybe even enjoy a smooth ride down 'Memory Rail".

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Software. An illustration of two photographs. Images. An illustration of a heart shape Donate. An illustration of text ellipses. Full text of "Interim action memorandum addendum: Burlington Northern Mission Wye CECRA site" See other formats s E30IAM MONTANA STATE LIBRARY Montana Department of Environmental Quality 3 2 Marc Racicot, Governor P.O.

Box • Helena, MT • () • E-mail: Febru 2 Judy McDonough Burlington Northern. LIVINGSTON - Burlington Northern Santa Fe Railroad is planning to buy most of a small neighborhood on the city's north side, an area that.

The Montana Department of Environmental Quality (DEQ) presents the Record of Decision (ROD) for the Burlington Northern (BN) Livingston Shop Complex. The BN Livingston Shop Complex is a maximum priority Comprehensive Environmental Cleanup and Responsibility Act (CECRA, also known as state Superfund) site.

DEQ. According to the book "The Great Northern Railway, A History" by authors Ralph W.

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Hidy, Muriel E. Hidy, Roy V. Scott, and Don L. Hofsommer, he tried to reacquire his stock following the Supreme Court order but was denied in After the Hill's death in another merger was attempted during the 's but was, again, blocked by the ICC. With little hope of seeing the union occur at that.

Livingston Restoration Group is a Committee of individuals who were property owners in a legal action in Livingston, Montana to require the Burlington Northern Santa Fe Railway Co. to clean up the pollution created from its operation of the Livingston Railyard.

Bill Phillips, Local Resident Mr. Phillips worked for the Burlington Northern Railroad in the Livingston shop for 25 years and has resided northeast of the Yellowstone River bridge on Highway   Livingston -- The Montana Department of Environmental Quality is soliciting public comments from July 9 to August 9, on proposed cleanup activities at the C&P Packing Property next to the railyard in Livingston.

Details of the proposed cleanup activities are found in the Task M Supplemental Investigation Report. C&P Packing contains two disposal pits once used to dispose of.

BNSF Railway Company (BNSF) dated 17 August Burlington Northern Livingston Shop Complex, Livingston, Montana nd(2 Revised SI Report). The 2 CECRA Comprehensive Environmental Cleanup and Responsibility Act. cc cubic centimeter. cis-1,2-DCE cis-1,2-dichloroethene.

Burlington Northern Railroad The historical society focused on the Burlington Northern Railroad from tothe Burlington Northern Santa Fe Railway, and the BNSF Railway. BoxWest Bend, WI PLEASE VISIT OUR WEB SITE AT Policy of the Friends of the Burlington Northern Railroad.

BNSF Railway’s first-in-the-industry Tribal Relations program seeks to build and strengthen ties with the many diverse tribal nations on BNSF’s network, and to foster within BNSF a greater cultural understanding of these tribal nations, their rights and governance.

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of Environmental Quality. Publication date Topics Soil pollution, Hazardous waste sites, Diesel fuels. Montana Department of Environmental Quality. Cedar Street. Helena, Montana Subject: Task D/E Annual Report. Burlington Northern Livingston Shop Complex -Livingston, Montana.

K/J Dear Ms. Reynolds: On behalf of the BNSF Railway Company, Kennedy/Jenks Consultants is pleased to submit. SMELTER MTD BURLINGTON NORTHERN LIVINGSTON COMPLEX MTD EAST HELENA SITE MTD IDAHO POLE CO.

BNLSC was constructed by the Northern Pacific Railroad (NPRR) in and, by the early s, had expanded to include a passenger depot, machine shops, a turntable, a roundhouse, and a powerhouse. Environmental Progress. Burlington Northern Railroad: | | Burlington Northern Railroad | | | ||| World Heritage Encyclopedia, the aggregation of the largest online encyclopedias.

Burlington Northern Photographic Roster: 11/25/ View Photos Home Newest Photos Editors' Picks Contributor Picks By Date By Photo Album By Location By Map By Railroad. Burlington Northern Livingston Shop Complex is a superfund site located at East Gallatin Street (t25, R9e, S13), Livingston, MT The Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) identifies sites such as Burlington Northern Livingston Shop Complex because they pose or had once posed a potential risk to human health and/or the environment due to contamination by one or more hazardous wastes.

The Northern Pacific Railway built the facility before the turn of the century to repair its locomotives. After a merger in that combined the Northern Pacific with two others into the Burlington Northern Railroad, the railroad assigned much of this work to other shops.

It closed the Livingston works in Livingston Rebuild Center. The Burlington Northern Railroad (reporting mark BN) was a United States-based railroad company formed from a merger of four major U.S. railroads.

Burlington Northern operated between and Its historical lineage begins in the earliest days of railroading with the chartering in of the Chicago and Aurora Railroad, a direct ancestor line of the Chicago, Burlington and Quincy.Central Industrial Area: This area encompasses commercial and industrial properties situated in the heart of Hastings, along the Burlington-Northern railroad right-of-way.

The three subsites that make up mis area are Colorado Avenue, Second Street, and Well #3. Three different industrial solvents have been detected in soils around Colorado Avenue.In my work in Montana I sought out Glendive and spent the night there due to a new research project on the Yellowstone Valley (which would yield the book Capitalism on the Frontier in ).

Glendive was a division point on the Northern Pacific Railroad and some years later it remained a key to the Burlington Northern Line.