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Southern Pacific 1992 Update DVD
This DVD looks at operations in 1992 on SP's Sunset Route around Benson, AZ, the former Rio Grande over Soldier Pass, and the former Rock Island Golden State Route from Hutchinson, KS, to Tucumcari, New Mexico. 97 minutes.
This is not a videotape. This is a typed log of the producer's trip notes, covering his train trips between March 1974, when he lived in the Chicago area, and June 1977, when he lived in New England. Logbook #2 consists of 66 pages of notes, an index, and a list of abbreviations. The price for a copy of this is $19.95 plus $5.00 shipping and handling.
GTW And CSX At Wellsboro DVD
This tape shows over 24 hours of action at Wellsboro, in Northern Indiana, where the former B&O line to Chicago, now CSX, crosses the main line of the Grand Trunk Western. 45 trains pounded the diamonds in 24 hrs in August of 1994. 115 minutes.
NS and CSX at Leipsic Junction DVD
At Leipsic Junction the former Nickel Plate, Chicago to Buffalo main line of NS crosses the former B&O Toledo to Cincinnati main line of CSX. This videotape covers 24 hrs. of action on both lines. Traffic was at its peak when this was taped in Oct. 1994. 111 minutes.
NS Across Northern Indiana DVD
This tape covers nearly 30 hrs. of action near Argos, IN, on Norfolk Southern's line from Fort Wayne to Chicago in Aug. of 1994. Traffic on this line has grown from 3 or 4 trains to 15 trains each way per day in the last 12 years. 86 minutes.
The Tadpole - NS Kenova District DVD
Norfolk Southern’s Kenova District between Williamson, West Virginia and Portsmouth, Ohio has long been known as the Tadpole. The district’s name comes from Kenova, West Virginia, where this former Norfolk and Western track crosses the Ohio River on a massive double tracked, 4000-foot long, 100-foot high trestle. Described by Trains Magazine as a “conveyor belt for westbound coal’ in the 1960s, today, this busy line handles a mix of loaded coal trains running in both directions, grain trains, mixed carload manifests, and thanks to the recently completed Heartland Corridor clearance project, double stack container trains. Except for the crossing of the Ohio River at Kenova, the track from Williamson to Portsmouth is level or downgrade all the way and passes through six tunnels. The superbly engineered Kenova District along the Tug Fork, Big Sandy, and Ohio Rivers sees some of the heaviest trains in the U. S. This program shows thirty hours of action between Williamson and Kenova on Norfolk Southern’s Kenova District or Tadpole in April of 2011. “The Tadpole – NS Kenova District” is 80 minutes in length. This DVD can be watched with or without narration.
Fraser River Canyon - CN & CP DVD
See 24 hrs. of action on the CP and 16 hrs. of action on the CN in one of the seven railfan wonders of the world - the Fraser & Thompson River Canyons. 50 trains run through this canyon in 24 hrs. Videotaped in May of 1994. 106 minutes.
The Immensity of It All DVD
Our first videotape shows 24 hours of continuous action on the busiest line for freight trains in the country - the Union Pacific's mainline around Sidney, Nebraska. See the incredible variety of freight trains - coal, grain, manifests, and the UP's "Z" and "V" trains in the summer of 1992. 114 minutes.
Mainstreet of the Midwest
Come with us as we experience 24 hours of action in the fall of 1993 on Conrail's busiest line across northern Indiana. Videotaped around Waterloo where the lighting at the Amtrak stop makes for excellent night viewing. See Conrail's intermodal fleets meet during the night. 116 minutes.
Santa Fe's Belen Cutoff DVD
No railroad in the world runs freight trains any faster than the Santa Fe. And the Santa Fe's new red Warbonnet color scheme is the most colorful in railroading. 24 hours of action is shown on the Belen cutoff between Vaughn and Abo Canyon in New Mexico. Videotaped in the fall of 1993. 115 minutes.