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BN's Racetrack at Naperville DVD
The players have changed but there are more trains than ever on this famous tripletrack line outside of Chicago with over 100 trains in 24 hours on weekdays. This tape shows 25 hours of BN, SP, CN, and Metra action in June of 1995 at Naperville, Illinois. 109 minutes.
CN & CP Around Portage La Prairie DVD
This tape shows 24 hours of action in June of 1995 on both the CN and CP in and around Portage La Prairie, Manitoba, one of Canada's hotspots. As many as 70 trains run through here in 24 hrs., including all of Canada's transcontinental traffic. 109 minutes.
The Joint Line - BN & CP at Newport DVD
The former CB&Q - Milw, now BN - CP joint line south of St. Paul, Minnesota, hosts over 60 BN, CP, CN, and Amtrak trains in 24 hours and is one of the best spots to watch trains in the upper Midwest. See over 24 hours of action around Newport, Minnesota on The Joint Line in June of 1995. 2 DVD/ 1 tape set. 2 Hours, 20 minutes.
SF-NS Joint Track East of K.C." DVD
30 miles east of Kansas City, the Santa Fe and Norfolk Southern share their track for a distance of thirty miles. SP also recently began running their trains to Chicago on this line. This joint track is the busiest part of the SF's high speed steel freeway between Chicago and Kansas City. This tape shows 25 hours of action on the joint track in October 1995 when Santa Fe operations were still pure Santa Fe. 128 minutes.
Stacks on the Middle Division DVD
In Sept., 1995, a $100mm clearance project was completed on the former Pennsy Middle Division and double stacks began to flow over that line, now known as Conrail's Pittsburgh Line. This tape show 24 hours of action on this once four track line at Newport, PA., 28 rail miles west of Harrisburg, 2 weeks later. 96 minutes.
IC Around Edgewood, Illinois DVD
This tape shows the IC's operations for nearly 24 hrs. on their main line and cut-off around Edgewood in southern Illinois plus action on the main line north of Cairo in May of 1995. IC is the most profitable RR in the U.S. and has undergone many changes in the last few years. 66 minutes.
The Transcon in Eastern New Mexico DVD
If you like to see the high cars rolling at speed, there are few better places on this continent to be than in eastern New Mexico alongside BNSF’s main line between Chicago and Los Angeles known as the Transcon. All of BNSF’s freight trains from Chicago, Kansas City, Memphis, and Texas to and from Northern and Southern California charge across the Llano Estacado or staked plain as the high plains west of Clovis are called. The hot “Z” trains with their power in a kaleidoscope of colors thunder across the rolling plains one after another. Until the recent recession this line was seeing as many as 100 trains a day on peak days of the week. The increase in stack trains and premium trailer traffic on this line in recent decades has been nothing short of phenomenal. If you like to see the high cars rolling at speed this is still “the greatest show on earth”. This program shows over twenty-four hours of awesome action on BNSF’s Clovis Subdivision between Clovis and the crossing of the Pecos River at Fort Sumner in May of 2009. “The Transcon in Eastern New Mexico” is a two DVD set and is two hours, 46 minutes in length. This DVD has the option of being watched with or without narration.
NS East of Bluefield DVD
The former N&W line in the Appalachians between Bluefield, WV and Roanoke runs some of the heaviest trains in the U.S. This videotape shows 24 hours of NS action in April, 1995 from Narrows to Kellysville where all trains bound for Roanoke run on the same tracks. 111 minutes.
Conrail at Oak Harbor, Ohio DVD
This videotape shows 24 hrs. of action in Nov. of 1994 on the busiest line for freight in the east - CR's main line thru Oak Harbor. On peak days, CR runs 60 trains in 24 hrs. including Amtrak. The NS Detroit to Toledo line crosses over CR and we got their daylight trains also. 114 minutes.
NS and KCS around Mexico, Missouri DVD
The small town of Mexico in northern Missouri, not quite half way between St. Louis and Kansas City, is a neat railroad center with two class I railroads running next to each other through the center of town. Between Mexico and Centralia, a distance of 14 miles, Norfolk Southern’s St. Louis District between St. Louis to Moberly, and Kansas City Southern’s line between St. Louis and Kansas City run side by side. Once main lines of the Wabash and Gulf, Mobile, and Ohio, respectively, and home to Union Pacific’s City Streamliners, these tracks have seen many changes and several owners over the decades. This program shows three days and one night of action on the NS and KCS lines around Mexico, Missouri, including the unique Schneider National trains on KCS, in June of 2011. “NS and KCS around Mexico, Missouri” is 61 minutes in length and sells for $30.95 plus $5.00 for S&H. This DVD has the option of being watched with or without narration.