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Dorval - Canada's Hotspot
This tape looks at the awesome action around Dorval, Canada, just west of Montreal, where Via Rail, Canadian National, and Canadian Pacific trains run side by side. Alco's were running on both the CN and CP in the spring of 1993 when this was videotaped. 93 minutes.
FEC - the Maverick Railroad
No railroad in the U.S. has a greater share of truck competitive traffic than does the Florida East Coast Railroad between Jacksonville and Miami, Florida. See more than 24 hours of action on the north end of this most intriguing railroad in the fall of 1993. 60 minutes. This DVD sells for $30.95 plus $5 for S&H.
Callahan, Florida - CSX Hotspot
See 24 hours of action at one of the best railfan hotspots in the southeast in the fall of 1993. The CSX trackage from Callahan north is one of the busiest lines on the whole CSX system. Callahan has been featured as a Trains Magazine Hotspot. 106 minutes.
Rochelle - Illinois Hotspot
See 24 hrs of action in the fall of 1993 at one of Illinois best known railfan hotspots. Up to 70 CNW and BN trains hammer the diamonds at Rochelle in 24 hrs. Railfan & Trains have featured Rochelle. Two tape set. 2 Hours, 43 minutes.
Santa Fe's Belen Cutoff
No railroad in the world runs freight trains any faster than the Santa Fe. And the Santa Fe's new red Warbonnet color scheme is the most colorful in railroading. 24 hours of action is shown on the Belen cutoff between Vaughn and Abo Canyon in New Mexico. Videotaped in the fall of 1993. 115 minutes.
Mainstreet of the Midwest
Come with us as we experience 24 hours of action in the fall of 1993 on Conrail's busiest line across northern Indiana. Videotaped around Waterloo where the lighting at the Amtrak stop makes for excellent night viewing. See Conrail's intermodal fleets meet during the night. 116 minutes.
The Immensity of It All II
See 24 hours of action in April of 1994 on the busiest line for freight in the world - The Union Pacific between North Platte and O'Fallons with 100 trains in 24 hours. No train was missed. This is a sequel to our first tape on the UP in Nebraska. Two tape set. 3 hours, 40 minutes.
Burlington Northern's Funnel
See 24 hours of action in May of 1994 on one of the busiest single track lines in the country - the BN's Funnel between Spokane, WA, and Sandpoint, ID. All of the BN & MRL transcontinental traffic runs on this high speed line. No train was missed. 86 minutes. This DVD sells for $32.95 plus $5 for S&H.
The Trains of Kicking Horse Pass 2010 DVD
Some of the most awe-inspiring scenery on this continent is in Canada’s Banff and Yoho National Parks astride the Great Divide in the Rocky Mountains west of Calgary, Alberta. And Canadian Pacific’s transcontinental main line across Canada happens to run right through the middle of these parks alongside the Bow and Kicking Horse Rivers. The west slope of Kicking Horse Pass is the location of the famous spiral tunnels and the east slope follows the beautiful Bow River and its tributaries. This program shows over twenty-four hours of action between Morant’s Curve along the Bow River east of Lake Louise and Field, British Columbia at the base of Field Hill in September of 2010. And, through the use of distributed power units placed at multiple places in the train, Canadian Pacific is running some of the longest trains on this continent over Kicking Horse Pass. “The Trains of Kicking Horse Pass 2010” is one hour and forty-four minutes in length. This DVD has the option of being watched with or without narration.
Fraser River Canyon - BC Rail
See 24 hours of action in May of 1994 on BC Rail around Lillooet as trains climb in and out of the Fraser River Canyon. BC Rail runs 10,000 ton trains up 2.2% grades with slave units and pushers in some of the most awesome scenery anywhere. 49 minutes. This is not a new program. It was converted to DVD from an older program videotaped in Hi8 in 1994. Although the picture quality is not as good as that in our newer programs, the same approach to showing all of the trains and including a lot of information on operations and history was used in this program.