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Steam in the '50s Vol. 1 - DVD-R
Steam in the '50s and '60s Vol. 2 - DVD-R
Steam in the '50s Vol. 3 - DVD-R
Steam on the Double! & Cheyenne Steam Train - DVD
0RV7134Steam on the Double! & Cheyenne Steam Train - DVD.
This two-program DVD presents high-speed pacing action and thrilling trackside footage of Union Pacific steam power! You'll view 4-8-4 Northern #844 doubleheading with 4-6-6-4 Challenger #3985, #3985 doubleheading with an EMD DDA40X diesel locomotive, and an E9 diesel powering a Domeliner excursion; take a cab ride in #844, the last steam locomotive built for UP; visit 4-8-8-4 Big Boy #4004 at Holliday Park; and more! Color, stereo, 1 hr. 25 min.
Steam Over Sherman - DVD-R
Steam Over Tennessee Pass - DVD
0RV5782Steam Over Tennessee Pass - DVD.
Ride along on a once-in-a-lifetime steam excursion as Union Pacific's mighty No. 844, leading an A-B-A set of E-units and 18 matched passenger cars, makes one last extraordinary trip through the Royal Gorge and over Tennessee Pass prior to UP's closure of the historic line. Created with footage captured by five separate camera teams, this DVD is as close as you can get to being there! Stereo sound with narration, 1 hr. 30 min.
Steam Rail Fanning in the 1970s and 1980s & Steam Adventure
Featuring two great titles on one DVD, this collection presents incredible footage of steam locomotives from the 1960s through the 1980s. You'll view Norfolk & Western 4-8-4 #611, Southern Railway 2-10-4 #610, N&W 2-6-6-4 #1218, Nickel Plate 2-8-4 #765, Union Pacific 4-8-4 #8444, Strasburg 4-4-0 #1223, and B&O 4-6-2 #2100; the trains of Morris County Central, Pine Creek, Cass Scenic, Black River & Western, and Middletown & New Jersey; and much more! Color and B&W, 2 hours.
Steam to Los Angeles - DVD
Steam Train! - DVD-R
Steep Steel and Slipping Stalling Steam Vol 1 - DVD
0RV7115Steep Steel and Slipping Stalling Steam Vol 1 - DVD.
This program presents thrilling footage of hard pulls on steep grades and more than 100 wheel-slips - including engine stalls! - from 21 different steam locomotives, including Norfolk & Western Class-J #611, ex-Army 2-8-0 #1702, Union Pacific Challenger 4-6-6-4 #3985, Southern Railway 2-8-2 #4501, Nickel Plate 2-8-4 #765, Great Western 2-10-0 #90, Pennsylvania Railroad 4-4-2 #7002, Western Maryland Shay #6, and many others. Includes action on the 5% Saluda grade, the Topton grade, Sherman Hill, Jones Mountain, Billygoat Hill, Afton Mountain, Bald Knob, and more! 1 hr. 30 min.
Steep Steel & Slipping Stalling Steam, Volume 2 - DVD
Steep Steel & Slipping Stalling Steam, Volume 3 - DVD
Sunrise/Sunset - DVD
Sunrise/Sunset - DVD A Day at Rochelle, Illinois.
Travel to the diamond intersection at Rochelle, Illinois, in 1999 to view the action on the double tracks of Union Pacific and the double tracks of BNSF! From sunup to sundown, you'll view an unending parade of intermodal, coal and manifest trains; a wide variety of motive power; and more. Color, 1 hour.

The American Flyer Boys' Railroad Club - DVD 0RV2328The American Flyer Boys' Railroad Club - DVD.
This program presents five fascinating episodes of the American Flyer Boys' Railroad Club television show produced by A.C. Gilbert Company in the early 1950s. In each episode, a railroad representative - from Pennsylvania Railroad, New Haven, New York Central, Baltimore & Ohio or Union Pacific - describes his job, watches the boys operate the American Flyer trains, and comments on the miniature action. Includes plenty of real railroad footage and views of the giant American Flyer layout at the Gilbert Hall of Science in New York City. B&W, 1 hr. 20 min.
The Canteen Spirit - DVD
The Great Steam Trek - DVD This program presents thrilling footage of two great 4-8-4 Northerns - Union Pacific #8444 and Southern Pacific #4449 - running to and from the Los Angeles Union Passenger Terminal anniversary celebration in 1989! You'll see #8444 in its authentic "Greyhound" paint scheme; aerial and trackside views of #4449 along the California coast; the locomotives arriving side-by-side at the historic station; a helicopter view of their run up Cajon Pass; and more. 58 minutes.
The Iron Horse - DVD
The 100 Engine DVD This DVD presents thrilling footage and sounds of more than 100 of your favorite steam engines, from Union Pacific's massive 4-8-8-4 Big Boy to the diminutive 2-2-2 Jenny Lind… you'll even see Baltimore & Ohio's Tom Thumb, the English-built John Bull, Stephenson's Rocket 0-2-2, U.S. Army steam power, several doubleheaders, a tripleheader and a quadrupleheader! B&W and color, stereo, 2 hours.
The Lost Express - DVD-R This 1926 Hollywood thriller stars Henry Barrows and Helen Homes. John Morgan (Barrows), a railroad tycoon opposed to his daughter Ruth's failed marriage, has made Ruth's daughter sole heir to his railroad empire. While arranging to take his granddaughter abroad with him to deny either parent custody, Morgan gets kidnapped aboard his "Special" train. The story is enhanced with plenty of high-power railroad action featuring early Union Pacific steam power. Silent with musical score ad subtitles, B&W, 50 minutes.
Includes the bonus feature The Railroad Men (1923). Esther, the daughter of a railroad president, is rescued from sure death by railroad employee John Buckley after she falls from her horse in the path of a speeding train. Lawrence Wilton, the president's advisor, becomes jealous of the blossoming romance between Esther and John, so he devises a plan to wreck the president's special train and blame it on John. Silent film with musical score and subtitles, B&W, 51 minutes.

The Shasta Route - DVD-R
0RV6667The Shasta Route - DVD-R.
Tracks of the Old Southern Pacific.
This program takes you on a spectacular trip through the Pacific Northwest along rails once traversed by the legendary Southern Pacific. SP (now under the Union Pacific flag), Union Pacific and Amtrak all pay a visit as you journey from Klamath Falls, Oregon, south to locations such as Mt. Shasta, Weed, Shasta City, McCloud and the Trinity Alps. Along the way, you'll pass Lake Shasta and traverse the massive trestle over the Sacramento River Valley, the largest trestle in the West. Color, 1 hr. 23 min.


The Ultimate Cajon Subdivision - DVD 0RV9154The Ultimate Cajon Subdivision - DVD.
This blockbuster features 12 hours of thrilling action on BNSF's 81-mile, San Bernardino-to-Barstow Cajon Subdivision! You'll see more than 500 trains on one of the busiest and most scenic main lines in the country during winter storms and summer heat, from the stiff climb over Cajon Pass, through the Mojave Desert, to action on Union Pacific's Colton-Palmdale Cutoff. Color, 12 hours on four DVDs
Tracks Ahead Season I - DVD
Tracks Ahead is an award winning, critically acclaimed series that has aired on Public Television since 1990. Hosted by Spencer Christian, its magazine-style format and unique topics appeal to audiences of all ages and interests. Volume 1 of Season 1 (1990) includes: the history and present operations of the Cleveland Rapid Transit system; an HO scale layout which models the Chicago and Northwestern railroad in the 1950's; an amazing wood carver, David Warther, whose talents created remarkable railroad models; the collection of former Lionel Corporation owner Richard Kughn; toy collector Ed Green's tinplate trains; a premier train collection at the Indianapolis Children's Museum; a visit to a radio controlled live steam garden railroad in California; a photo essay on America's continuing love of trains and railroading; a visit to the Northern Railcar wheelshop to investigate how maintenance on railroad car wheels and trucks is performed; artist Gil Reid; Horseshoe Curve and the Railroader's Museum in Altoona, Pennsylvania; an N gauge layout that models the famous Tehachapi loop; the Amtrak Midwest repair facility in Chicago; railroad photographer Wendell Murphy; an exemplary American Flyer layout; circus trains; an O gauge traction layout; railroad artist Russ Porter at his home in a converted Chicago, Joliet and Elgin private coach; a visit to the California State Railroad Museum in Sacramento, California; a look at an historic Pennsylvania landmark, Roadside America; the Roaring Camp & Big Trees Railroad in California; the Chicago Elevated System; railroad author Jim Scribbins; and a turn of the century HO scale layout. Color, 4 hours.
Volume 2 of Season 1 includes the Denver and Rio Grande's Moffat Tunnel; the Train Collector's Association Museum in Strasburg, Pennsylvania; railroad author Bob Baker; a model live steam club operation in Wisconsin; renown railroad collector and former Walt Disney animator, Ward Kimball; a model railroad set in logging country; an operating interurban museum at Trolleyville, USA; a profile on the Milwaukee Road; a premier railroad dining experience on Scenic Rail Dining; a Lionel layout at The Train Barn in Kalamazoo, Michigan; railroading publisher Don Heimberger; a visit to the William K. Walthers manufacturing company; the Chicago & North Western intermodal yards; the Santa Fe Piggyback operations in Chicago; a look at an operating railroad museum in North Freedom, Wisconsin; the Milwaukee Model Railroad club; one of the oldest railroad clubs in America; a visit to the Lionel factory to see how toy trains are made; railroad historian David Myers; the Cuyahoga Valley Model Railroad club in Cleveland, Ohio; a close look at a 15 inch gauge live steam railroad circling the Milwaukee Zoo; a visit with Stan Roy, who can operate twenty-seven trains at the same time on his Lionel layout; railroad historian J. David Ingles, a historical profile of the Milwaukee Electric Railroad and Light operation; visits the Pennsylvania State Railroad Museum; the O gauge layout at the Chicago Museum of Science and Industry; an operating session on the old Kalmbach layout; the Milwaukee, Racine and Troy Railroad; a profile on the Minneapolis Commercial Railroad; and a talk with authors and publishers Tom McComas and James Touhy. Color, 3 hours.

Tracks Ahead Series II - DVD
Tracks Ahead is an award winning, critically acclaimed series that has aired on Public Television since 1990. Hosted by Spencer Christian, its magazine-style format and unique topics appeal to audiences of all ages and interests. Now, you can own the first five seasons on video! Series 2 features: the Lake Superior & Ishpeming Railroad, a short line railroad running in the Upper Peninsula of Michigan between the ore mines and docking facilities at Marquette; country music singer Boxcar Willie; an American Flyer model railroad featuring Plasticville structures; the Verkershaus der Swiss, a transportation museum in Lucerne, Switzerland; the Krupp Mak locomotive building facility in Kiel, Germany for a look at the construction of diesel-hydraulic DE-1024 engines; the efficiencies of rail travel and the expansion of Amtrak; a discussion with Bill Volheim and Art Zirul, two men who worked on the 1940 Lionel showroom layout; the East Broadtop Railroad in Orbisonia, Pennsylvania, a profile of Chris Knapton, director of public relationsat the Metropolitan Transit Authority in Chicago; a visit to the Marklin Train factory and museum in Goppingen, Germany; the history of the Tehachapi Loop in the mountains north of Los Angeles; a profile of Richard Misunas, a conductor on the Milwaukee to Chicago Amtrak run, who offers a running commentary on the benefits of rail travel; a tour of the Lehmann Company in Nuremberg, Germany, which provides a behind-the-scenes look at the manufacturing process for large gauge trains; the Deutsche Bundesbahn's Inter City Express, a high speed electric train which connects major cities in Germany, and sustains speeds of 250 Kilometers per hour (about 160 mph); a profile of Bruce Moffat, the author of "40 Feet Below;" a visit to Chuck Brasher of Grass Valley, California, who displays his American Flyer cardboard station, along with other pieces in his collection; a historical look at the Lima Locomotive Works in Lima, Ohio; the history and present operation of the Mt. Washington Cog Railway in New Hampshire; Gion Caprez, a physicist who joined the Swiss Railroads after discovering he preferred working outside; a father and son garden railroad operation in Milwaukee; and the Red Car trolleys at the Orange Empire Railway Museum in Los Angeles. Interurban railway vehicles; an old North Boston tower which was literally sawed below the roof-line and brought to a museum by barge; the Union Pacific Harriman Dispatch Center in Omaha, artist Howard Fogg, who demonstrates some of his train paintings and offers insight into how he picks a subject; a wonderful O Scale hi-rail layout in Moore, South Carolina; a tour of the Midland Railway Center in Ripley, England, where steam engines are displayed; a visit to the highest railway station in the world, the Jungfraujoch outside of Interlochen, Switzerland; artist Grif Teller, who created the artwork for the Pennsylvania Railroad calendars of the 1930s and '40; a look at four layouts at the San Diego Model Railroad Museum; and a 15-inch gauge operation at the Sandley Locomotive Works at Wisconsin Dells, which features scaled down buildings as well as shops with machinery driven by belts from a central line shaft; a behind-the-scenes look at Amtrak's major repair and maintenance facility in Beech Grove, Indiana; a trip on the Nostalgie Istanbul Orient Express Train Deluxe, a train comprised of 1930s vintage restored cars from various European railways and pulled by a German steam locomotive; a profile of model railroad legend John Allen, who built an HO scale train layout in the 1950s that became the de facto standard for scenery and mountain modeling for many years; a ride through Arizona aboard The Copper Basin Railroad, a short line railroad in north Central Arizona. This railroad uses heavy rail and EMD diesel locomotives to haul copper from the open pit mines to interchange points with the Southern Pacific and Santa Fe Railroads; the Santa Fe Railroad feeder line from , Arizona to the south rim of the Grand Canyon in the early 20th Century; artist and photographer O. Winston Link, who captured striking vignettes of humanity framed by the harshness of the West Virginia hills; a railroad hot spot in Iowa; Trainland, USA; and the magnificent Texas layout of Lorell Joiner. Color, 6 hours.
Tracks Ahead Series III - DVD
Tracks Ahead is an award winning, critically acclaimed series that has aired on Public Television since 1990. Hosted by Spencer Christian, its magazine-style format and unique topics appeal to audiences of all ages and interests. Now, you can own the first five seasons on video! Each volume contains 13 episodes and includes dozens of subjects.
Series 3 features: the history and future of container shipping; a look at Gunderson Corporation, the Santa Fe Railroad, and the TTX Corporation; the modeling skills of an HO scale railroad enthusiast; a ride through California's Napa Valley on the Napa Wine Train; pen and ink artist Herschel Scot; the Wisconsin Central Railroad, a short line success story; modular model railroads, highlighted by a visit to an Orlando modular club; artist Larry Fisher, who paints details with a number one brush and a magnifying glass; a visit to the Hawaiian Historic Railroad Society; Clarke Dunham, a nationally known theater set designer who demonstrates building train layouts; the Miller Family model railroad; the successful Boone & Scenic Valley tourist line; Santa Fe artist Ted Rose; the Little Joe electric locomotives used in Chile, where they work side by side with steam locomotives on scenic lines throughout this South American country; former CSX Railroad photographer John Corns; the Great Smoky Mountain Tourist Railroad; a look at Warren Frost's outstanding collection of American Flyer trains; the narrow gauge Cumbres & Toltec Railroad in Northern New Mexico; a visit with an Amtrak's chef; the large G scale layout at the Dallas Children's' Hospital; the large scale layout of a man who raised the roof of his house to accommodate his model railroad; the Alaska Railroad; tinplate Marx trains from the 1950's; the Baltimore railroad museum; and the photography of calendar artist Don Wood. The Transportation Test Center for the American Association of Railroads; a ride to the top of Pikes Peak on the Manitou and Pike's Peak rack railroad; a man whose love of trains and film photography allowed him to capture images from the 1940's; a showplace Southern California garden railroad that is a family hobby; steam train in Paraguay, South America; two women who recall their days of working on the Southern Railroad; a rebuilt Milwaukee Road steam locomotive that now runs excursion trips through West Virginia; a visit to MicroTrains Corporation, builder of N and Z scale locomotives and rolling stock; a visit to the oldest model railroad in the country is at Renssalaer Polytechnic Institute; the North Shore Electroliner; a visit to the New Hope and Ivyland Railroad, a Pennsylvania tourist line where the train wreck from "The Fugitive" was filmed; a visit with a man who has built a scale model of the Lincoln funeral train; the Apalachicola Northern, a railroad built in Northern Florida to compete with the Panama Canal; a visit to McKinney Avenue, a restored section of old Dallas which has an added attraction of streetcars; American Flyer Bob Board; a nostalgic look at railroad advertising; a visit to a freight line in central Iowa which is an offshoot of interurban passenger service; the amazing Tunkhannock Viaduct, the largest poured concrete span in the world; the Flagler Museum in Palm Beach; the Browning Plantation, a Texas bed and breakfast that has a special attraction - an extensive 7? inch gauge live steam operation; a behind-the-scenes look at one of the oldest streetcar lines in the United States, the St. Charles Line in New Orleans; a ride through rugged southern Brazil on 1950's Budd Rail Diesel Cars; railroad photographer John Gruber; the Columbia Gorge Model Railroad Club in Portland, Oregon; the garden railway exhibit at the Milwaukee Mitchell Park Conservatory; a look at Morrison and Knudsen, one of the few remaining railroad locomotive and railcar builders left in the United States; artist Angela Trotta-Thomas, whose nostalgic paintings capture childhood memories of the 1950's; a restored portion of the Denver and Rio Grande narrow gauge route through the Rockies on the Georgetown Loop Railroad; and a visit with Dr. Nicholas Muff, an avid collector of American Flyer and Kansas City Southern memorabilia who has has constructed a Pullman car as a guest room and a full F7 locomotive cab complete with lights and horns. Color, 6 hrs. 30 min.

Tracks Ahead Series IV - DVD
Tracks Ahead is an award winning, critically acclaimed series that has aired on Public Television since 1990. Hosted by Spencer Christian, its magazine-style format and unique topics appeal to audiences of all ages and interests. Now, you can own the first five seasons on video! Series IV features: a ride on the Rail Safari deluxe in South Africa; an old logging railroad in the high Sierra's north of Yosemite; an exciting Houston layout that is lighted for night; artist John Coker; a ride on the White Pass & Yukon Railroad in Skagway, Alaska; the workings of mass transit in Pittsburgh; Boston modeler George Sellios and his amazing HO layout; a man who has chronicled early 20th century trolley cars in word and picture; the Connecticut Trolley Museum; Railway Post offices; a military man who started a Lionel Railroad Club in each town he was stationed in; an Ohio model railroad; a look at the evolution of tank cars; a ride on the movie railroad of the Black Hills; a visit with Mike Kotowski, a California railroad artist with an eye for detail; an N gauge layout in the nation's capitol; a ride on England's narrow gauge lines on the "The Little Trains of Wales;" the multimillion dollar restoration of the Pioneer Zephyr, the nations first streamlined diesel electric train; a look at the life and times of the caboose; an S scale modeler whose layout has a complete fictional historical perspective; a train tour through Germany to see the castles of the Middle Rhine region; the Pennsylvania National Historic Site at Steamtown; a model of Northern Pacific territory in 1950's Montana; a talk with a Hawaiian businessman whose passion is cast iron trains; and a look at vintage diesels.
A look at the interior of British Columbia on vintage rail diesel cars; a steam locomotive you can rent and operate for a day in Ely, Nevada; a vineyard in Napa, California which has a special place for large gauge trains; a model railroad in Utah; a visit to Huff & Puff Industries, which builds exquisite custom model railroads for both the garden and the home; the Louisiana Toy Train Museum, which showcases a collection of imported large gauge live steam locomotives; a family model railroad; collecting rail motor cars; the history and operation of the Cascade Tunnel; an animated spectacle at the Choo Choo Barn in Pennsylvania; a couple in California who has turned their entire front yard into a garden railroad; a look at how track is maintained and serviced; a traction layout; a California State Historic Park that is best known for its role in movies such as "Back to the Future; " railroad cartoonist Dick Hafer; a look at Union Pacific's Bailey Yard, the largest rail freight yard in the world; a visit to the Durango & Silverton Railroad in southwester Colorado; Engineer and artist Charlie Amos; an incredible Florida model railroad that fills a garage; the Canadian Forest Products on Vancouver Island; the sights and taste of My Old Kentucky Dinner Train; a ride along the Maine shore on a tourist line; a model logging railroad; the historic "Floating Railroad" of Wuppertal, Germany; a master model maker of structures; a beautiful model timber railroad; and look in on the man who founded the Milwaukee light rail system. Color, 6 hrs.

Tracks Ahead Series VI - DVD
Highlights include a look at the Alco PA1; the new Wisconsin & Southern Railroad; how to use Digital Command Control; women in railroading; the history of amusement park trains; a ride on the White Creek Railroad; the Grand Canyon railroad hotels; holiday-themed layouts; a holiday excursion that brings the Polar Express to life; the Carpathian Logging railroad, which is one of the world's last steam logging railroads; the largest HO layout in the world; Chicago's Museum of Science and Industry; and much more. 7 hours.
Train Action Hot Spots, Volume Two - DVD
Train Meets - DVD
Trains Across Midwest Vol.1 - DVD

See breathtaking scenery and train action from Nebraska to Minnesota as you tour the Midwest. In Nebraska, you'll enjoy mixed Chicago & North Western/Union Pacific diesel consists on the main line, veteran C30-7 diesels on Crawfold Hill, and maroon and gray Canadian Pacific F-units on a Canadian passenger train. After a stint in the Dakotas and Iowa, you'll head east where handsome Wisconsin Central units glide over welded rail and Soo Line diesels lead trains into Minnesota. Color, Stereo, 1 hour.
Be sure to also see the companions video on this fabulous trip:
Volume  2 (
Volume  3 (RV6711)



Trains Across Midwest Volume 2 - DVD


The companion video to Vol. 1 (RV8325), your railfan tour continues in Illinois where Illinois Central trains slip through the tunnel at East Dubuque, Metra commuter trains sprint for Chicago, and Santa Fe fast-freights pass through Joliet. In Iowa, enjoy electric Iowa Traction and diesel I&M Rail Link trains. Back in Minnesota, heavy BNSF freights pass through the Marshall Subdivision and short lines Minnesota & Eastern and Twin Cities & Western finish their chores. Color, Stereo, 1 hour.
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Volume 3 (RV6711).

Trains Across the Midwest, Volume 3 - DVD
0RV6711Trains Across the Midwest,
Volume 3 - DVD.

Continuing your Midwestern rail journey from Volume 1 (RV8325) and Volume 2 (RV8327), you'll enjoy watching Wisconsin & Southern SD20s on a freight run from Prairie du Chien to Madison, Canadian National freights working the busy Stevens Point to Junction City line with Wisconsin Central motive power, and heavy Union Pacific mixed freight and coal drag action on the St. Paul to Mason City "Spine Line." Color, 1 hr. 29 min.
Be sure to also see the other volumes in this series: Volume 1 (RV8326) Volume 2 (RV8328)

Trains Across the Midwest Volume 4 - DVD

The fourth volume in this spectacular series whisks you across the Midwest for a look at the region's colorful Class I, regional and shortline rail carriers that hustle freight trains over the high iron. Your first stop is Milbank, North Dakota where the Sisseton Milbank Railroad operates a handsome express train for Train Fest. From there, you'll head to Wisconsin, where pristine Wisconsin Northern GP15-1s handle freight trains in a unique push-pull fashion and then it's onto the Union Pacific's Altoona and Mankato Subs in Minnesota where plenty of muscular UP power - including the last three Chicago & North Western units still on the UP roster - lead long freights through narrow city corridors, yards and scenic open main lines. Color, 1 hr. 27 min.

Trains Across the Midwest, Volume 5 - DVD This diesel-powered journey takes you trackside from southeastern Nebraska to the Dakotas and Minnesota to view Union Pacific C44AC-CTEs, SD90-43ACs and SD60Ms at the Marysville Subdivision; Burlington Northern Santa Fe GP-30s and SD-70ACes at Moorhead Junction and the yard near Dilworth, Minnesota; GP10s moving grain, potatoes, coal and ethanol on the Dakota Northern short line; and more! Color, stereo, 1 hr. 30 min.
Transcontinental Railroad - DVD
This program takes you behind the scenes to examine one of the greatest engineering feats of the 19th century: the building of the transcontinental railroad across America. You'll explore how greed, innovation and gritty determination built the line in only six years and how the meeting of the Central Pacific and Union Pacific Railroads on May 10, 1869, at Promontory Summit, Utah, unleashed a tidal wave of growth that transformed the nation. Color and B&W, 2 hours.
Tribute to Tennessee Pass - DVD
Union Pacific 3985 On the Move! - DVD-R
Union Pacific Big Boy Collection - DVD
Union Pacific Hot Shots Volume One/Two Combo - DVD-R
Double- and triple-tracked Nebraska main lines and contemporary, high-tonnage Union Pacific freight trains make for some of the most exciting rail action anywhere. This series gives you a big dose of both, including mid-1990s footage of massive coal drags, colorful mixed freights and high-speed intermodals that seem to pass only inches from the camera. Color.
Volume One. You'll visit the busy rail havens of Fremont, Rogers, Richland, Columbus, Duncan, Clarks, Central City and Chapman where a host of diesel and freight types mix it up. "Foreign power" from Burlington Northern and Norfolk Southern is also found along with operations on the shortline Nebraska Central. 1 hour.
Volume Two. Your UP tour through Nebraska continues at Cozad, Willow Island, Gothenburg, Buttermilk Curve, Brady, Maxwell and the North Platte. The UP's largest and most advanced motive power leads the charge and is joined by a contrast of color from the likes of Chicago &North Western, Conrail and Norfolk Southern. 1 hour.

Union Pacific Odyssey Volume 1 - DVD-R
0RV6917Union Pacific Odyssey Volume 1 - DVD-R.
Renowned railfan and cinematographer Emery Gulash headed west numerous times between 1952 and 1980 to capture the mighty UP in all its glory. Each of these 2-disc sets is a compilation of the finest footage from Emery's visits. Color, 2 hours total per set.
Volume 1. Follow the UP as it transitions from big steam to big diesels in the 1950s and early '60s. Challengers, Big Boys, turbines and a potpourri of exciting first generation diesels roll in front of the camera at locations such as Denver, North Platte, Sherman Hill, Ogden, Chicago, St. Louis, Council Bluffs and others.
Be sure to also see Volume 2 of this exciting series (RV6918).

Union Pacific Odyssey Volume 2 - DVD-R
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