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Norfolk Southern's Atlanta to Macon Main DVD
This video shows the trains and operations at many points on Norfolk Southern's strategic Atlanta South district between Atlanta and Macon in southern Georgia. This line serves as NS's gateway between south Georgia and Florida and the rest of their system. The Atlanta South District, part of their Georgia Division, stretches for 94 miles between Inman Yard in Atlanta and Brosnan Yard in Macon. Today this line is a heavy-duty main line with thick ballast, heavy rail, and two mile long controlled sidings about every eleven miles. The number of trains on this critical section of track has doubled in the past 30 years. This busy line through the rolling and often wooded countryside south of Atlanta is handling the most trains and tonnage of its one hundred and twenty year history. This video shows the trains and operations for over 24 hours on Norfolk Southern's Atlanta South District in October of 2002. 113 minutes.
CSX's Busy Manchester to Waycross Main DVD
This video shows the traffic and operations at many locations on CSX's Fitzgerald Subdivision in southeastern Georgia. CSX's strategic Fitzgerald Subdivision runs from Manchester to Waycross, a distance of just over two hundred and one miles, and is CSX's gateway between Florida and the Midwest. The Fitzgerald sub between Manchester and Waycross is a funnel with most trains from the Midwest via Atlanta and Birmingham taking this line to Florida. The tonnage on this undulating line through the piney woods and peanut farms of southern Georgia has tripled in the past 30 years and this former Atlanta, Birmingham, & Coast and Atlantic Coast Line main is handling the most trains and tonnage of its one hundred year history. This video shows over 24 hours of continuous action around Fitzgerald on CSX's busy line between Manchester to Waycross in October of 2002. 85 minutes.
CSX's Alleghany Sub - Heart of the Former C&O DVD
This video shows three full days and a night of awesome action on CSX's Alleghany subdivision between Clifton Forge, Virginia and Hinton, West Virginia in April of 2003. The scenic Alleghany Subdivision crosses the Eastern Continental Divide in the Allegheny Mountains on the Virginia - West Virginia border. This spectacularly engineered line with many double track tunnels and huge fills was the heart of the former Chesapeake and Ohio and it carried a huge volume of coal, merchandise traffic, and passengers to Washington, D.C., Richmond, and the port of Newport News. Today, this 130 year old line with its 0.57% ruling grade against loaded coal and grain trains still carries many high tonnage trains across the Eastern Continental Divide to Newport News and other points in the Southeast. 93 minutes.
The Pokey - Crown Jewel of the East DVD
This video shows the traffic and operations at many locations on Norfolk Southern's Pocahontas District in West Virginia. Often referred to as "The Pokey", the Pocahontas District extends from Bluefield, West Virginia, to Williamson, a distance of 99 miles. This line is arguably the most scenic and accessible of all the heavy duty mountain main lines in the East. It has a busy helper grade, countless sharp curves along the Elkhorn and Tug Fork Rivers, color position light signals, abandoned coaling towers, and nineteen tunnels, most of which are easily accessible from local roads. This line was the heart of the former Norfolk and Western and reminds us of the Fraser and Thomson River Canyons and Cajon Pass in the West in that you never run out of places to take pictures. This video shows two days and a night of awesome action on "The Pokey" in April of 2003. 161 minutes.
The Greatest Show on Earth - the Transcon DVD
If you like to see the high cars rolling at speed, there is no better place on this continent than to be alongside Burlington Northern Santa Fe's main line between Chicago and Los Angeles - the Transcon, in the Texas Panhandle. The number of trains on this line has reached historic numbers, as many as 80 a day, and BNSF recently completed adding a second track to this line. This video shows over twenty four hours of incredible action on BNSF's Hereford Subdivision between Amarillo and Clovis in May of 2003. Two Hours, 52 minutes. Two disk DVD-R, two tape VHS set.
The Road to Laredo - Tex-Mex & UP DVD
Rail traffic between the United States and Mexico has grown dramatically in the past two decades. Nearly eighty per cent of the cross-border rail trade takes place at Laredo between the Texas Mexican Railway, already a member of the Kansas City Southern system, the Union Pacific, and Mexican railroad TFM. This video shows all the trains on the two American lines into Laredo - the Texas Mexican or Tex-Mex between Corpus Christi and Laredo and the Union Pacific between San Antonio and Laredo in May of 2003. 92 minutes.
Montana Rail Link on Mullan Pass DVD
Since its inception in 1987, Montana Rail Link, which handles BNSF Railway trains between Laurel, Montana and Spokane, along with its own trains, has always been one of the largest and most interesting of the new crop of regional railroads. And today it is the favorite Regional in a Trains Magazine poll. Twenty-two years since its inception fans still flock to the MRL to see the venerable SD40’s still used in helper duty and the four year old SD70ACes in spectacular mountain and forest scenery. And thanks to the growth in grain and coal traffic provided by BNSF, Montana Rail Link today handles more tonnage than predecessors Burlington Northern or Northern Pacific ever ran through the Rockies on this track. This program shows two and half days of action on the former Northern Pacific and Burlington Northern, now Montana Rail Link main line on both sides of spectacular Mullan Pass west of Helena in September of 2009. “Montana Rail Link on Mullan Pass” is 86 minutes in length and sells for $32.95 plus $5 for S&H. This DVD has the option of being watched with or without narration.
Palmer, MA - Hot Spot of New England DVD
Palmer, MA, 83 miles west of Boston, is one of the best known railfan hot spots in all of New England. The combination of four railroads including Amtrak, easy accessibility, and public parking right next to the tracks means that railfans can usually be found at Palmer most hours of the day and night. This video shows over 24 hours of CSX, New England Central, Massachusetts Central, and Amtrak action at Palmer in July 2003, including the new coast to coast, UPS "bullet train" on CSX. 116 minutes.
BNSF's Texas Funnel DVD
This video shows the action on BNSF's busiest line in south Texas between Temple where BNSF's line from the West Coast joins the Kansas City to Houston main and Somerville where the lines to Houston and New Orleans split. Chemical and intermodal traffic on this funnel has shown dramatic growth since BNSF gained access to New Orleans and additional shippers around Houston. This video shows over 24 hours of action on BNSF's Texas Funnel between Temple and Somerville in May of 2003. 68 minutes.
Kansas City Southern 2003 DVD
Few railroads have undergone as many changes in the past decade as has the Kansas City Southern. During that time, the KCS's Meridian to Dallas Line has become part of a major transcontinental corridor, and KCS has acquired a share of the largest Mexican Railroad and access to Mexico via Laredo. This video shows the trains and operations for 24 hours on KCS's north-south main on the south end of the Heavener Subdivision midway between Kansas City and Shreveport and for 24 hours on their east-west transcontinental line midway between Shreveport and Dallas in May of 2003. 69 minutes.