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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 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.
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.
Norfolk Southern at Spencer, North Carolina DVD
Spencer, NC, a long time hub of the former Southern, is 45 miles Northeast of Charlotte. This tape will show you 24 hrs. of action between the yard at Linwood and the junction at Salisbury thru Spencer in April, 1995, on Norfolk Southern's busy Washington to Atlanta main line. 92 minutes.
UP - SP River Wars II - The Missouri River DVD
This DVD shows 24 hrs. of UP, SP, BN, and Amtrak action along the Meramec River west of St. Louis in Oct. of 1994. The UP-SP joint track between St. Louis and Kansas City was written about in June, 1988 Trains. The BN line is the former Frisco. 65 minutes.
CN's Eastern Mountain Main Line DVD
The steepest grades, largest bridges, some of the most rugged parts of the CN's transcontinental main line and ALCO's are in northern New Brunswick and eastern Quebec. This tape follows the CN freight line to Halifax for 138 miles around Edmundston, NB in Aug. of 1994. 65 minutes. Regular VHS price = $25.95.
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.
The Santa Fe at Lebo, Kansas DVD
This tape shows over 24 hours of awesome action in Oct. of 1994 at Lebo, KS, 93 miles west of Kansas City. If you like hot trains, the SF main line is the greatest show on earth. Nobody runs them faster than the AT&SF. 90 minutes. Regular VHS price = $29.95.
UP-SP River Wars I - The Mississippi River DVD
This DVD shows 24 hrs. of action along the Mississippi River around Illmo, MO, on the storied UP-SP joint line south of St. Louis in Oct. 1994. This line has seen many changes since the May, 1988, Trains article about it. More than one customer has said that this is the best of our older videos. 105 minutes.
NS Roanoke to Norfolk Main DVD
Between Abilene and Burkeville, just west of the crew change point of Crewe in south-central Virginia, all Norfolk Southern trains bound for Norfolk run on the same single-track line. Crewe is midway between Roanoke and Norfolk and this section of track is part of the original Norfolk and Western main line. West of Abilene, loaded coal trains take the former Virginian line between Roanoke and Abilene while other trains take the former N&W main to Roanoke. This line between Crewe and Abilene hosts some of the heaviest trains on this continent – export coal trains bound for Norfolk Southern’s Pier 6 at Lamberts Point in Norfolk. Besides coal, this line sees an increasing amount of intermodal traffic headed to Norfolk. This program shows over 24 hours of action between Crewe and Abilene in August of 2008. “NS Roanoke to Norfolk Main” is 68 minutes in length. The DVD of this program has the option of being watched with or without narration.