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The East End - CSX Along the Potomac DVD
This tape shows the contemporary operations on one of the most historic lines in this country, the East End Subdivision of the former B&O. Now known as CSX's Cumberland sub, this line is still one of the busiest on CSX. This tape shows 24 hrs. of CSX action in August 1996 along the Potomac around Hancock, WV, midway between Brunswick and Cumberland. 69 minutes.
CSX and NS at Attica Junction DVD
This tape show 24 hours of action in Sept. 1996 at Attica Jct. in northern Ohio, where Norfolk Southern's north-south main line between Bellevue and Columbus crosses CSX's main line between the East Coast and Chicago, the former B&O. The number of trains on both lines has grown in recent years, and the tonnage is at an all time high. 112 minutes.
A Last Look at the Cotton Belt DVD
This video shows the trains of the Cotton Belt, long part of the SP, on both sides of their hub at Pine Bluff, Arkansas, in Sept. 1996. This video shows 24 hours of SP trains from East St. Louis and Memphis around the junction with the Memphis line at Brinkley, and 24 hrs. of action south of Pine Bluff where the Houston line diverges at Lewisville, when operations were still pure SP. 92 minutes.
BNSF Around Curtis Hill DVD
The steepest grade east of Amarillo on the former Santa Fe, now BNSF main line is the 12 mile, 1% climb for westbounds out of the Cimarron valley in western Oklahoma, near Waynoka. Westbounds growl uphill in run 8 and scream downhill and across the flat prairie at 70 per. This video shows 24 hours of incredible action on Curtis Hill in September of 1996. 109 minutes.
A Last Look at SP's Golden State Route DVD
The number of trains on SP's Golden State Route has grown dramatically in recent years. This tape shows 24 hours of action west of Topeka, KS where Central Corridor trains can be seen and then 24 hours of action between Pratt and Liberal, KS where intermodal trains from Chicago off of BNSF at Hutchinson can be seen, in Sept. 1996, when operations were still pure SP. 79 minutes.
NS and IC at Tolono, Illinois DVD
At Tolono in east central Illinois, the mainline of the Illinois Central from Chicago to Memphis crosses the Detroit and Fort Wayne to St. Louis and Kansas City main line of Norfolk Southern. Amtrak, two mile long drags, auto and intermodal hotshots, and RoadRailers hammer the diamonds at Tolono, and this tape shows them all for 24 hours in Sept. 1996. 108 minutes.
BNSF South of La Crosse, WI DVD
This tape shows 24 hours of fast paced action on the former CB&Q, now BNSF speedway along the Mississippi River, south of La Crosse in Sept. 1996. Nearly 40 trains a day, including CN overhead rights trains, and a couple of BNSF trains behind C44-9W's in the new pumkin paint scheme, keep the rails along the Mississippi polished. 70 minutes.
Alliance, OH - Conrail Hot Spot DVD
Alliance, OH, 83 miles northwest of Pittsburgh and 57 miles south of Cleveland, is one of Conrail's most important junctions. Trains from Pittsburgh head north to Cleveland and Chicago or west on the former Pennsy main line towards St. Louis. This tape shows 24 hrs. of action at Alliance in April of 1997. 155 minutes.
The Trains of the Rathole DVD
Norfolk Southern's Rathole between Danville and Oakdale, Kentucky is one of the best known and storied lines in the U.S. This line is a funnel for trains between the Midwest and South and is the second busiest line on NS. We caught all of the trains on the Rathole for 24 hrs. around Burnside and on the huge cuts on Greenwood Hill in April 1997. 119 minutes.
CR and UP Around St. Elmo, IL DVD
St. Elmo in southern Illinois is where CR's St. Louis line crosses UP's Chicago to Texas line. Conrail and the UP then run side by side east of St. Elmo. Run-through trains are interchanged here also. This video shows all the trains between St. Elmo and Altamont for 24 hrs. in May of 1997. 92 minutes.