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Galloping Through Texas - DVD-R.
Follow steam locomotive Frisco 1522 on an historic journey through Texas as she pulls BNSF's Employee Appreciation Special. You'll see 1522 get a good workout highballing over former Santa Fe track at incredible speeds - producing intense bursts of stack talk while lugging sixteen gleaming passenger cars through the Texas Hills - and even spot railroad icons such as Tower 55, Tower 17, T&NO Junction, and others along the way. Color with stereo sound and narration, which can be turned on or off. 1 hr. 10 min.
Missabe & Iron Range Steam Power, DVD Photo Album Book.
Photo Album Book.
Presenting the steam locomotives of the Duluth, Missabe & Iron Range Railway, this CD-ROM collection includes 152 B&W images of photographs shot primarily in the 1950s throughout Minnesota at Proctor, Two Harbors, Virginia and Mitchell Yard. You'll view 2-10-4s, 0-10-2s, Santa Fe 2-10-2s, huge Yellowstone 2-8-8-4s, the largest 10-coupled switcher and others. PC and Mac compatible; requires Internet Explorer 6.0 or above.
Magic 2, DVD.
In this 2-DVD set, you'll follow
the action on BNSF's former Santa Fe main line from Chicago
to Los Angeles as it crosses California's Mojave Desert.
Footage includes everything from high priority Z trains,
intermodals and manifests to grain trains with multiple
helper engines running at speed across the desert and on
their knees fighting the grades. Magnificent scenery and
lots of trains makes this a program you won't want to miss!
Color, widescreen, 3 hours with optional narration.
On the Road
with Frisco 1522 - DVD.
The age of steam may be long gone, but in St. Louis, Frisco 1522 is a fully operational steam locomotive that still runs. In this program, you'll see 1522 - a 1926-built 4-8-2 "Mountain-type" - put on a great show leading the "Employee Appreciation Special" for the Burlington Northern & Santa Fe Railway and then pulling a trip at the National Railway Historical Society convention in St. Louis. This is one of steam railroading's shining stars! Color, approximately 1 hour.
Mojave Mainline, DVD.
This 1992 tour of the busy Needles Subdivision in California's Mojave Desert takes you from Needles to Barstow and all points in-between to view a large variety of Santa Fe motive power - including SD45-2s, SDF40-2s, SD45s, GP60s, GP40Xs, SD40-2s, FP45s, GP60Ms, GE B40-8s and B40-8Ws - struggle up long grades and flash past on the flatlands. It's a view of pre-merger Santa Fe railroading at its finest! Color, 1 hr. 15 min.
Tracks, Vol. III, CD.
Thrill to the state of the art digital sounds of some of the finest steam locomotives to ride the rails. It's like having a steamer inside your stereo! An outstanding state-of-the-art Digital stereo recording featuring Santa Fe 3751, Frisco 1522, UP 844, SP 2472, SP&S 700, CP 2317, UP 3985, SP 4449, CP 1286, Cotton Belt 819, NKP 765, and PM 1225. Lots of great sounds so that you can hear these restored locomotives while you read about their adventures. Be sure to also see:
Steam Tracks Vol. 1 (), too. Own them all!
The Era of
The History of American Railroads.
This program examines the golden age of diesel-powered passenger trains throughout America, from the 1940s and '50s to the 1960s and '70s. You'll view the diesel power and legendary passenger trains of New York Central; Pennsylvania Railroad; Penn Central; Baltimore & Ohio; Atlantic Coast Line; Nashville, Chattanooga & St. Louis; Rio Grande; Santa Fe; Union Pacific; and others. Color, stereo, 4 hrs. 28 min.
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This full-color program provides a detailed look at the operations and equipment changes brought about by the merger between Burlington Northern and Santa Fe. You'll see a myriad of pre- and post-merger liveries as two of the world's largest diesel locomotive fleets - each dressed in its own distinctive colors - are brought together in the beautiful Southwest. Color, 58 minutes.
This full-color program provides a detailed look at the operations and equipment changes brought about by the merger between Burlington Northern and Santa Fe. You'll travel westward through BNSF's Arizona main line, watching modern superpower blast past a steam-era pump house and water tank; visit Nelson Tunnel to view footage shot from locations only accessible by foot; and more. Color, 58 minutes.
This full-color program provides a detailed look at the operations and equipment changes brought about by the merger between Burlington Northern and Santa Fe. In this final volume, you'll travel to Arizona's spectacular Crozier Canyon; cross over the rushing Colorado River near Topock; observe incoming and outgoing freight trains, crew changes and an interesting mix of motive power at Needles; and more. Color, 58 minutes.
One of the most formidable
barriers in BNSF's east-west mainline between Chicago and
Los Angeles is the rugged - yet scenic - Abo Canyon. This
program captures BNSF trains at this railfan hotspot from
dozens of unique and hard-to-reach locations just after the
Burlington Northern/Santa Fe merger, when the collection of
motive power and liveries was at its most diverse. Color, 58
This DVD features two programs -
Above Southern California Rails and Above 3751
Over Cajon - that lift you up into the skies over
southern California for an incredible look at railroading
from the vantage point of a jet helicopter!
In Above Southern California Rails, you'll go skyward to follow Amtrak trains and BNSF freights along the Surf Line near San Clemente, check out the newly rebuilt BNSF yards in San Bernardino, examine Union Pacific's West Colton Yard, race the Talgo trainset, witness container operations in the harbor near Los Angeles, and more.
In Above 3751 Over Cajon, you'll view Santa Fe 4-8-4 Northern #3751 as it travels from Los Angeles, over Cajon Pass, to Railfair '99 in Sacramento. You'll view the engine and tender being pulled out of Redondo Roundhouse in preparation for the trip, then follow the special train to see spectacular views of Sullivan's Curve, Mormon Rocks, the climb to the summit, Mojave Narrows, fast running across the high desert to Barstow, and more. Color, 1 hr. 57 min.
Santa Fe's Chillicothe
This program examines the action on Santa Fe's double-track Chillicothe Subdivision from Chicago's Corwith Yard to Fort Madison, Iowa, just days before the 1995 merger with Burlington Northern. You'll view Santa Fe Warbonnets leading high priority trains, Santa Fe and Burlington Northern crossover tracks at Galesburg and Cameron, trains crossing the impressive Mississippi River bridge at Fort Madison, and more. Color, stereo, 1 hr. 24 min.
Each episode of All Aboard, a
series that aired on PBS in 1997, showcases a unique element
of railroading. You get two exciting episodes on each
volume, or you can buy the complete set on a special 3-pack
DVD for the greatest savings! Color, 56 minutes each.
Volume 12 (Episodes 23 and 24): See Norfolk Southern’s steam locomotive restoration efforts with special emphasis on 2-6-6-4 1218, and then travel on a 1950s to 1980s "odyssey" with vivid Santa Fe footage.
Be sure to see the other 12 volumes in this exciting series.
In this documentary exploring
America's passenger trains from the 1830s to today, you'll
view early wooden coaches, streamliners, dome cars, Santa
Fe's Super Chief, the California Zephyr, the Southern
Pacific Daylight, New York Central's 20th Century Limited,
the American Orient Express, GrandLuxe Rail Journeys,
Canada's Rocky Mountaineer, and much more, including
Amtrak's Acela Express. You'll even take a rail journey
through Mexico's Copper Canyon! Color and B&W, 1 hour.
BNSF - Tracks of the Old Santa Fe, Volumes 1,2,3,4,5,6,7,8 - DVD.
Professionally filmed, this series takes you to some of Santa Fe's most scenic southwestern locations. Dolby Digital 5.1 Surround Sound with optional narration.
Volume 1. Follow the old Santa Fe line from Cajon Pass Summit through Victorville and on to Barstow, California, where you'll see the large classification yard and the newly restored depot. Other highlights include Arizona's Kingman Canyon and the branch line to the Grand Canyon Railroad. Approximately 1 hour.
Volume 2. Travel from Arizona's land of the setting sun to New Mexico's land of enchantment. Highlights include a mainline trip past the painted deserts of eastern Arizona and New Mexico's Red Rock State Park, with plenty of Santa Fe Warbonnets and bright orange BNSF Pumpkins along the way. 1 hr. 27 min.
BNSF Volumes 1-4 Set - DVD.
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If you like hi-tech diesel locomotives, look no further than the Burlington Northern Santa Fe! These DVDs feature incredible footage of fast-paced trackside action...you'll even hear all the natural sounds without the intrusion of narration or music.
Volume 1: Journey to Cajon Pass, Barstow, the Needles Subdivision and Steven's Pass where you'll see more than 80 incredible trains and a plethora of diesel muscle. 2 hours.
Volume 2: Shot in northern Arizona along the old Ssanta Fe main line, this footage showcases more than 60 trains - including double stack and piggy-back - and CW44-9 diesel locomotives in a variety of schemes! 1 hr. 30 min.
Volume 3: View more than 60 trains as you travel along the old Santa Fe main line from Needles to Wild Crossing, California, and the old BN lines in Washington. 1 hr. 30 min.
Volume 4: This action follows 47 trains along the Joint Line from Castle Rock to Monument, Colorado, and at locations neart Crawford, Nebraska, and Seattle. 1 hr. 35 min.
This two-part program takes you to
Cajon Pass, one of railroading's most exciting locations. In
Cajon II: Railroading in the '90s, you'll go trackside for a
feast of dramatic, pre-merger Southern Pacific, Santa Fe and
Union Pacific manifests, unit trains and more grinding up
the slopes to the summit and downgrade to the desert below.
Then Cajon Pass Cab Ride puts you in the lead unit of a
five-engine lashup for the ride of a lifetime from West
Colton to Phelan on the SP's Los Angeles Division. Color, 2
hrs. 30 min.
On this thrilling tour, you'll
view BNSF motive power and trains at Cajon's scenic Tunnel
District, Blue Cut, Sullivan's Curve, Mormon Rocks, Cajon
Station and lofty Mount Baldy, then travel on to Canyon
Diablo and Flagstaff, Arizona, where you'll see more
thrilling footage of Santa Fe warbonnets, bright orange
BNSFs and even some Union Pacific and Southern Pacific
units. Color, Dolby Digital 2.0, 58 minutes.
No other place in the world offers
railfans the parade of trains, engineering ingenuity and
spectacular scenery quite like that found in Cajon Pass and
the Tehachapi Loop. This video takes you to each of these
hotspots during the mid-1980s for a feast of Santa Fe,
Southern Pacific and Amtrak action that includes the famous
Tank Train, "Kodachrome" motive power, The Southwest Chief,
a visit to a dispatcher's office in San Bernardino, the hump
yard and locomotive servicing facilities in Barstow, several
thrilling cab rides, and much more. Color, 2 hrs. 10 min.
There is no better place than Chicago to see a myriad of railroad colors, train types and congested rail operations. This series’ spectacular vintage footage from the 1950s, ‘60s and ‘70s features "all of the above!"
Volume 1. Travel back to Chicago in the 1950s for a full-color look at 15 exciting railroads including Santa Fe, Burlington, Milwaukee Road, Rock Island, North Shore and Illinois Central. Footage features exotic first generation diesels, sparkling consists of streamlined passenger trains, perfectly groomed mainlines, the last vestiges of steam, grimy yard operations and much more. Color, 2 hrs.
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No place else has the variety of rail action found in Chicago, as you'll see when you plunge headfirst into a beehive of 1960s Chicago rail activity where colorful liveries, name trains, and a host of unique freights all flash before the camera. From there you'll fast-forward to the 1980s to visit hot spots such as Dolton, Blue Island, LaGrange, Brookfield and Joliet where rail favorites such as Indiana Harbor Belt, Grand Trunk, Soo Line, Santa Fe, and Illinois Central come to play. Narration and minimal music allow you to hear all the action. Color, 1 hour.
Volume 1: BNSF's Fallbridge Subdivision
With its nonstop railroading and spectacular vistas, the Columbia River Gorge is one of America's top railroading hotspots. Here, you'll enjoy scenes of Amtrak's Empire Builder and Talgo trains, Swift RoadRailers, bare-table trains, trash trains, manifests and unit grain trains headed by GE Dash 9s in Heritage II, pure sets of BN green power, rare GP50s in classic Santa Fe blue-and-yellow paint, and much more. Color, stereo sound with optional narration, 2 hours.
Follow the mighty Burlington Northern Santa Fe across its congested mainline along Curtis Hill, Oklahoma, a stretch of track vital to the road's transcontinental operations between Los Angeles and Chicago. You'll follow the action along the double-tracked sections on the east and west slopes, and enjoy views of the "bottle-neck" created by the single track over the Cimarron River. A wonderful mix of hotshots, fleet trains and colorful motive power show off modern Class I operations at their best. Color, 1? hours.
Diesel Power on the Santa Fe - DVD.
Experience the Santa Fe through a variety of motive power changes and see how the road responded to an evolving industry. Visit famous locations like Cajon Pass, Tehachapi, Mojave and Barstow Yard and enjoy heavy freight action along the Stockton and Pasadena subdivisions. Color, 1 hr. 30 min.
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