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Amqui, TN - CSX Hot Spot DVD
At Amqui, north of Nashville, the lines from Nashville to Louisville and Evansville divide. CSX averages over 40 intermodal, grain, coal, and manifest trains a day behind their biggest power through Amqui. This tape shows over 24 hours of action through Amqui in May of 1995. 113 minutes.
CSX Around Rocky Mount, NC DVD
Rocky Mount, NC is 235 miles south of Washington, D.C. on the former ACL main line between New York and Florida that hosts Amtrak's Florida trains. This tape shows CSX and Amtrak action in April, 1995 on both sides of Rocky Mount concluding with 24 hrs. of action south of Rocky Mount. 69 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 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.
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.
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.
FEC - the Maverick Railroad DVD DVD
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.
Conrail and NS at Silver Creek DVD
Silver Creek, NY, 30 miles west of Buffalo, is one of the best known railfan hot spots in the East. Conrail and Norfolk Southern run side by side through there. This tape shows 24 hrs. of action at Silver Creek in Sept 1995, when the number of trains was peaking on both railroads. 2 hours, 16 minutes.
Santa Fe South of Temple, TX DVD
The Santa Fe in Texas has an unhurried pace and more early Geep's compared to the transcontinental line. Temple is where the line from the West Coast connects with the Kansas City to Houston main. This tape shows over 30 hrs. of action south of Temple on the Santa Fe's busiest line in Texas, in Oct. 1995, when operations were still pure Santa Fe. 65 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.