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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.
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.
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.
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.
Wisconsin Central 1995 DVD
This best selling tape shows operations at different points around the dynamic Wisconsin Central, concluding with 24 hours of action on Byron Hill, south of Fond Du Lac in June of 1995, when newly acquired Santa Fe 45's and SP's new AC4400's were running around the WC. 80 minutes.
UP-SP Paired Track in Palisade Canyon DVD
This tape shows the UP-SP paired track operation in Nevada in scenic Palisade Canyon, 30 miles west of Elko, in Oct. 1995. All UP and SP trains between the Bay area and the Midwest use this line. 30 years ago, the SP had 70% of the trains on the paired track, now it's reversed. 65 minutes.
Union Pacific on Cima Hill DVD
This tape shows 30 hours of action on the UP's toughest grade - Cima Hill, 80 miles south of Las Vegas, NV, on their line to LA. See UP trains grinding up the 2.2% grade on the west side of Cima Hill and screaming down the other side at speeds up to 70 per in Oct. 1995. 90 minutes.
UP Spine Line south of Des Moines DVD
Thrown adrift after the Rock Island went out of business in March of 1980, the Rock Island’s 429 mile long Twin Cities to Kansas City line known as the Spine Line was first leased and then acquired by the Chicago & North Western in 1983. Today this line is owned and operated by Union Pacific. UP calls the track between Des Moines and Sheffield, just outside of Kansas City where trains get onto the Kansas City Terminal, their Trenton Subdivision. UP uses this line in conjunction with the former Missouri Pacific Falls City Subdivision along the Missouri River between Omaha and Kansas City in a modified directional running operation. Most of the heavier southbounds use the Trenton Sub while most northbounds use the Falls City Sub. This program shows the trains and operations including a couple of DM&E trains on UP’s Spine Line between Allerton, south of Des Moines and the UP – Dakota, Minnesota, and Eastern joint track north of Kansas City for three days and one night in June of 2011. “UP Spine Line south of Des Moines” is 59 minutes in length and sells for $30.95 plus $5 for S&H. This DVD can be watched with or without narration.
SP Around Klamath Falls DVD
This tape shows 2 days of action on SP's I-5 Corridor between Mott, north of Dunsmuir, and Kirk, north of Klamath Falls, in Oct. 1995. We shot lumber trains grinding upgradesaround Mt. Shasta and hotshots charging through Oregon pine forests. And we got a few BN trains also. 67 minutes.
SP on Steins Pass DVD
This tape shows 24 hours of action in October 1995 on SP's busiest line, their Sunset Route, on Steins Pass, astride the NM-AZ border, 140 miles east of Tucson. Heavy stack trains and manifests grind up grades as steep as 1.4%, then blast across the desert at 65 per. 89 minutes.