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BNSF Columbia River Subdivision DVD
BNSF’s Columbia River Sub stretches from Latah Junction, just west of Spokane, to Wenatchee at the base of the Cascade Mountains. This former Great Northern and Burlington Northern line hosts BNSF’s many intermodal trains between Seattle and Tacoma and Chicago. This line is not flat. From Spokane, the Columbia River Sub climbs five hundred feet as it traverses the Columbia Plateau and then drops down into the Columbia River Valley east of Wenatchee on a one percent grade. Double stack and “Z” trains thunder across the Columbia Plateau either in run eight or with their dynamic brakes screaming. And Amtrak’s Empire Builder makes an appearance also. ”BNSF Columbia River Subdivision” shows over twenty-four hours of action on BNSF’s Columbia River Subdivision in October of 2010. This program is 61 minutes in length. This DVD has the option to be watched with or without narration.
UP and BNSF at Rochelle, Illinois DVD
Rochelle, 75 miles west of Chicago, is one of the most visited railfan hot spots in the Midwest with 85 trains hammering the diamonds on a good day. The former CNW, now UP main line to Omaha crosses the former BN, now BNSF line to the Twin Cities at grade. A park was being built next to the diamonds when this was shot in Sept. 1997. Most any type of train and run-through power can be seen. CN's trains from Duluth run through Rochelle also. 3 hours, 52 minutes. 3 DVD, 2 tape set.
CSX "S" and "A" Lines in North-Central Florida DVD
This program shows over twenty-four hours of action on both of CSX’s main lines from Jacksonville to Tampa and Miami in north-central Florida in October of 2011. These lines are better known as the “S” and “A” Lines, referring to their Seaboard Airline and Atlantic Coast Line ancestry respectively. Both lines are in for big changes in the next two years as the State just purchased sixty-one miles of the “A” Line around Orlando for use as a commuter line. Several CSX trains will be transferred to the “S” Line and additional capacity will be added. Both lines are mostly single-track, high-speed, high capacity lines with long sidings about ten miles apart and centralized traffic control. Six Amtrak trains also run on this part of the “A” Line. With housing starts and construction way down, this program shows how CSX is coping with the great recession, and as you will see, traffic on these lines has held up fairly well. CSX "S" and "A" Lines in North-Central Florida is 76 minutes in length. This DVD has the option of being watched with or without narration.
Canadian National on Yellowhead Pass DVD
Yellowhead Pass in the majestic Canadian Rockies, west of Jasper, Alberta, is the lowest rail crossing of the continental divide in the Rockies. All CN transcontinental traffic and Via's trains run through Yellowhead. CN's business has grown rapidly with nearly 40 trains a day through Yellowhead when this was videotaped in July of 1997. 93 minutes.
BNSF on Marias Pass DVD
This videotape shows a day and a half of action in July of 1997 between Whitefish and Browning in northern Montana amid the beauty of Marias Pass which runs along the southern boundary of Glacier National Park. BNSF's busy main line between Chicago and Seattle runs through this beautifull but accessible pass. Pushers, mountain grades, high bridges, new BNSF orange and green units - Marias has it all. 115 minutes.
BNSF - UP Puget Sound Joint Line DVD
The busiest rail line in the Pacific Northwest in the BNSF - UP Joint Line between Seattle and Portland. This tape shows 24 hours of action on this line around Centralia, WA, midway between Seattle and Portland in July of 1997. Nearly 50 freights, locals, and Amtrak trains run daily on this scenic but seldom photographed or written about line. 87 minutes.
Montana Rail Link in the Rockies DVD
Montana Rail Link is one of the largest and most dynamic of the new Regional Railways. This video shows over 30 hours of awesome action on MRL in the Rocky Mountains on Mullan Pass with its steep grades and on both sides of Winston Hill, east of Helena, in July of 1997. Three sets of pushers based at Helena are kept busy. 108 minutes.
CP around Kicking Horse Pass DVD
Canadian Pacific's main transcontinental line through the Rockies runs over spectacular Kicking Horse Pass in Banff and Yoho National Parks. The famous spiral tunnels are on the steeply graded west slope and the east slope follows the scenic Bow River. This video shows 32 hours of action between Morant's curve along the Bow River and Golden at the base of the lower Kicking Horse Canyon in July 1997. 106 minutes.
The Trains of Northern New England 2009 DVD
“The Trains of Northern New England 2009” covers the trains and operations on all of the regional railroads except Pan Am Railways and some of the short lines in Vermont, New Hampshire, and Maine in the summer of 2009. It shows what has become of the Bangor and Aroostook, Central Vermont, Rutland, and CN and CP lines in northern New England and is a sequel to our highly acclaimed programs showing the trains of northern New England in 1997, 2000, and 2004. This program also shows how the railroads of northern New England are coping with and faring in the economic storm that has swept our country in the past year. Guilford Rail System, now known as Pan Am Railways, and Amtrak’s Downeaster are covered in a companion program titled “Pan Am Railways in Northern New England 2009” that will be released early in 2010. “The Trains of Northern New England 2009” is 1 hour and 26 minutes in length. This DVD has the option of being watched with or without narration.
BC Rail's North End DVD
This tape covers operations on BC Rail lines north of Prince George. The six axle Alcos are gone but the remaining four axle Alcos make the North End their home. This tape shows trains on the Dawson Creek and Fort Nelson lines, and then 24 hrs. of action on the Chetwynd sub north of Prince George, BC Rail's busiest line, in July of 1997. The electrics and trains into Prince George from the south are also shown. 60 minutes.