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CSX-NS Shared Assets Lehigh Line

When Conrail was split up in June of 1999 both CSX and Norfolk Southern gained the right to use Conrail's Lehigh Line east of Manville in northern New Jersey to access the many terminals in North Jersey that serve the New York metropolitan area.  This busy line hosts all of Norfolk Southern's trains into and out of northern New Jersey, and CSX's trains between northern New Jersey and the Southeast via Philadelphia.  This video shows over 24 hours of fast-paced action in April of 2001 on the shared section of the Lehigh Line east of Bound Brook in northern New Jersey.  61 minutes. 

Price: $30.95

CSX-NS Shared Assets Lehigh Line DVD

When Conrail was split up in June of 1999 both CSX and Norfolk Southern gained the right to use Conrail's Lehigh Line east of Manville in northern New Jersey to access the many terminals in North Jersey that serve the New York metropolitan area.  This busy line hosts all of Norfolk Southern's trains into and out of northern New Jersey, and CSX's trains between northern New Jersey and the Southeast via Philadelphia.  This video shows over 24 hours of fast-paced action in April of 2001 on the shared section of the Lehigh Line east of Bound Brook in northern New Jersey.  61 minutes. 

Price: $30.95

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  • Video Format: DVD

The Trains of Southern New England 2001

Connecticut, Rhode Island, and southern Massachusetts contain some fascinating railroading. This video shows action on the regional railroads and most of the smaller railroads of southern New England in April of 2001. The railroads covered include Amtrak's newly electrified Northeast Corridor east of New Haven featuring the new Acela trains, the Dynamic Providence and Worcester, New England Central, and several short lines. 95 minutes. 

Price: $34.95

The Trains of Southern New England 2001 DVD

Connecticut, Rhode Island, and southern Massachusetts contain some fascinating railroading. This video shows action on the regional railroads and most of the smaller railroads of southern New England in April of 2001. The railroads covered include Amtrak's newly electrified Northeast Corridor east of New Haven featuring the new Acela trains, the Dynamic Providence and Worcester, New England Central, and several short lines. 95 minutes. 

Price: $34.95

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  • Video Format: DVD

CSX Garrett Sub across Northern Indiana

“CSX Garrett Sub across Northern Indiana” shows the trains and operations for over twenty-four hours on CSX’s busy Garrett Subdivision between Milford Junction and Walkerton in northern Indiana in April of 2010. This program shows how this former Baltimore and Ohio line has fared since the Conrail breakup and how traffic has begun to recover from what some are calling the “great recession” that began over two years ago. There have many changes in operations since our last look at this busy line across northern Indiana in 2001 as CSX in the interim has become a much more efficient and profitable railroad. Pooled power abounds on both of these busy lines across northern Indiana. “CSX Garrett Sub across Northern Indiana” is two hours and eleven minutes in length and is a two DVD set.  This DVD has the option of being watched with or without narration. 

Price: $36.95

CSX in the Berkshires

On June first of 1999 CSX began operating their share of Conrail including Conrail's Boston Line through the beautiful Berkshire Hills in western Massachusetts - where one would least expect to see CSX trains.  This videotape shows all CSX trains for 30 continuous hours on the steepest part of their Boston Line through the Berkshires, the world's first mountain railroad, between Chester and Pittsfield in western Massachusetts in May of 2001.  77 minutes. 

Price: $30.95

CSX in the Berkshires DVD

On June first of 1999 CSX began operating their share of Conrail including Conrail's Boston Line through the beautiful Berkshire Hills in western Massachusetts - where one would least expect to see CSX trains.  This videotape shows all CSX trains for 30 continuous hours on the steepest part of their Boston Line through the Berkshires, the world's first mountain railroad, between Chester and Pittsfield in western Massachusetts in May of 2001.  77 minutes. 

Price: $30.95

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  • Video Format: DVD

Guilford's Revitalized West End

This video shows the trains running in April of 2001 on the historic West End of the former Boston and Maine, now operated by Guilford Rail System's Springfield Terminal. This video will first show 24 hours of action on the reborn scenic line through the Berkshires in western Massachusetts. Next will be a tour of the West End between the railfan bridge at East Deerfield and Mohawk Yard near Schenectady, NY, including the historic Hoosac Tunnel. The West End has seen a remarkable revival since the breakup of Conrail. Three times as many trains traverse the West End today as compared to two years ago.  90 minutes. 

Price: $32.95

Guilford's Revitalized West End DVD

This video shows the trains running in April of 2001 on the historic West End of the former Boston and Maine, now operated by Guilford Rail System's Springfield Terminal. This video will first show 24 hours of action on the reborn scenic line through the Berkshires in western Massachusetts. Next will be a tour of the West End between the railfan bridge at East Deerfield and Mohawk Yard near Schenectady, NY, including the historic Hoosac Tunnel. The West End has seen a remarkable revival since the breakup of Conrail. Three times as many trains traverse the West End today as compared to two years ago.  90 minutes. 

Price: $32.95

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  • Video Format: DVD

Portage La Prairie - Canadian Hot Spot DVD

Portage La Prairie, Manitoba, fifty five miles west of Winnipeg in the Assiniboine and Red River Valleys, is one of the best places in Canada to see freight trains. All transcontinental traffic between eastern and western Canada on Canadian National and Canadian Pacific passes through Portage La Prairie. Both railroads have secondary main lines to Edmonton including CN’s aptly named Prairie North Line that diverge from the main lines on the west side of Portage. When grain or potash is moving, nearly 60 trains pass through Portage in 24 hours. And these are not just any trains. CN runs the heaviest manifest or mixed carload trains on the continent through Portage La Prairie and CP’s trains are quite fascinating also. The power on these trains can be anything on each railroad’s roster from the newest AC and DC units to venerable SD40-2s with many trains running with distributed power on both railroads. This program shows 24 hours of action on CP and then 24 more hours of action on CN in and around Portage La Prairie in October of 2008. “Portage La Prairie – Canadian Hot Spot” is two hours and fifty six minutes long and is a two DVD set.  This DVD has menus and chapters and the option to be watched with or without narration.

Price: $42.95

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  • Video Format: DVD