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COLOGNE'S COLOURFUL TRAINS

COLOGNE'S COLOURFUL TRAINS

12.00

Join us under the superb glass arched roof of the main station in Cologne, Germany for intense passenger train action, with suburban services, intercity services and lots of ICE trains. Next it’s off to the suburbs to see trains at speed, then we pay a visit to Cologne West for both diesel and electric hauled freight trains from a variety of carriers, and passenger trains heading to and from the city.

For every DVD sold of this programme, SPV will donate £ 1.00 towards "The Channel Challenge"

by Highball Productions 120 mins * colour * narrated

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Colorado Railroads Special Issue

Colorado Railroads Special Issue

8.00

Railroading in the Rockies!

COLORADO RAILROADS takes a look at all of the drama and dream destinations in this exciting railroading region. This 100-page SPECIAL ISSUE from Trains magazine features ALL-NEW material including:

* An overview of Colorado railroads, their history, and significance.

* The famous Moffat Tunnel Route through the Rockies.

* Denver Union Station's revival and renaissance.

£ 8.00 FREE UK p&p
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VIENNA'S COLOURFUL TRAINS

VIENNA'S COLOURFUL TRAINS

12.00

We visit the busy stations of Sud Bahnhof, West Bahnhof and Meidling, Austria's busiest railway station. We see long distance trains, with Austrian, German, Hungarian and Czech power, and both diesel and electric hauled local trains and several freight's, with both OBB and private operator power. Then we follow the main line to Saint Polten, visiting several local stations before spending time at St. Polten, where we see, in addition to the standard gauge activity, several trains on the narrow gauge Mariazellerbahn. Finally, we follow the main line south over Semmering pass, ending at Semmering where we get a look into the control room. A busy railroad, with lots of action.

by Highball Productions * 120 mins * colour * Minimal narration

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CALUMET RAILS, Volume 1

CALUMET RAILS, Volume 1

20.00

The Calumet Region is the name given to the geographic areas drained by the Grand Calumet River and the Little Calumet River of northwestern Illinois and Indiana. In this region, many Chicago-destined rail lines that come from the east make a turn along with the southern edge of Lake Michigan. Several north-south lines radiating from the city cross these lines, making for a good deal of rail intersections within a very compact area. Add in all the heavy industry along the lakeshore and one can see why to this day there's such a proliferation of rail traffic in this geographical region. In volume one of our two part series we will examine several rail operations of the region, mainly within the state of Illinois. Locations included are Blue Island, Harvey Junction, Riverdale, the Dolton area, a brief glimpse of the Chicago Rail Link, and then we will work our way east towards many locations just inside the Illinois/Indiana border. A few scenes in the Hoosier state will be seen in our look at some South Shore operations and the final segments at Hohman Avenue and Hammond, Indiana. This area is rife with rail traffic so be sure not to miss all the action in Calumet Rails, Volume One from C. Vision Productions.

Color, HiFi Stereo Sound, Narration on/off feature

WIDESCREEN Running Time 2 hours

By CVision Productions Ref D494

DVD Regular Price £21

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ZURICH'S COLORFUL TRAINS

ZURICH'S COLORFUL TRAINS

12.00

by Highball Productions * 120 mins * colour* hifi sound * narrated

Spend Sunday afternoon on the main station in Zurich, Switzerland, with 64 trains in one hour, including French and Italian. Then we head down to the Gotthard Line for a look at both passenger and freight trains. Amazing action, and they run to time!

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Norfolk Southern's Chicago Line, Vol. 2: ELKHART TO TOLDEO

Norfolk Southern's Chicago Line, Vol. 2: ELKHART TO TOLDEO

20.00

No other mainline into Chicago from the east boasts as much rail traffic or variety as that of Norfolk Southern's Chicago Line. This high-density double track mainline sees a great deal of moves everyday, from unit oil and ethanol moves to hot intermodals to general freights and everything in between. In this volume, we cover both freight and passenger trains from Elkhart, Indiana to Toledo, Ohio.

Pooled power is plentiful, and you'll see examples of this from roads like Union Pacific, Canadian National and BNSF. Haulage moves from Canadian Pacific also make appearances. Norfolk Southern's Heritage Power also finds its way into the production, and we'll see several of them on our journey, including the Conrail, Central of Georgia, Penn Central, Southern and many others.

Shot in all seasons of the year, traffic will be seen in all kinds of conditions, from warm summer days to the cold, blowing winter snow squalls typical for this region of the Midwest. Endangered signals and code line dating back to predecessor New York Central form great backdrops for trains, at a time when NS is just starting to renew a lot of the lineside signal hardware on the system.

From the classic Indiana and Ohio small towns and through the beautiful country settings with many miles of old code line still in place, these locations all combine to typify what this busy line is all about. Come witness the action as Volume 2 commences on Norfolk Southern's Chicago Line, Elkhart to Toledo, by C. Vision Productions.

Running Time 2 hours * Color/HiFi Stereo Sound * 16:9 Widescreen DVD

Narration On/Off Feature By CVision Productions Ref D497

DVD Regular Price £21

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Steam in the Harz

Steam in the Harz

12.00

The Harz Mountains in Northern Germany, formerly East Germany, is home to the largest steam powered meter gauge system in Europe. Chunky 2-10-2 tank engines are the mainstay of the three line system (Harzquerbahn, Brockenbahn and Selketalbahn) and power all service trains up the 3% 12 mile climb up to the Brocken. Charming 0-4-4-0 Mallet tanks and an 0-6-0 tank are used in regular service as well as enthusiasts specials, and a 2-6-2 tank is also available for enthusiasts specials. You'll see double headers, spectacular side by side departures and a variety of regular and special trains. Some awesome stack talk!

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by Highball Productions 120 mins * colour * narrated

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Montana Rail Link "EMDs in the Rockies" The East End

Montana Rail Link

20.00

What makes this MRL show different than other producers? 98% of trains shown are led with EMD power, 92% of the trains are led with Montana Rail Link Power and our videographer, Mike Savona, spent over 4 years and 30 trips to Montana to capture the footage for this show.

In Volume 1 of our coverage of the Montana Rail Link, we follow the railroad's mainline from Jones Junction, near Huntley, Montana, to Helena, over the MRL's 1st and 2nd Subdivisions. In addition to the mainline, the 5th, 6th, and 13th Subdivisions are also covered. On the mainline, trains are seen following the course of the beautiful Yellowstone River east of Livingston, climbing the steep grades of Bozeman Pass and Winston Hill, and traversing the tight curvature along the Missouri River. The 5th Subdivision was once part of Northern Pacific's Homestake Pass route, and we follow it along its entire length from Logan to Spire Rock. Along the way, the tracks pass through Jefferson Canyon, arguably one of the most scenic stretches of territory on the entire railroad. MRL's remaining branch lines are true survivors, with the 6th and 13th Subdivisions being no exception. On these lines, you'll enjoy seeing a truly different side of the railroad's operation.

MRL's SD-45 fleet returned to mainline service in 2014, and C. Vision was there to capture these impressive machines as they earned their keep on lease to BNSF. MRL's mix of old and new EMD locomotives put on an impressive show, and you'll enjoy seeing these well-maintained units operating in all types of service.

This program documents an exciting era on Montana Rail Link, and you'll see firsthand why this railroad is considered by many to be the "last best place". Come along with C. Vision Productions, as we tour the eastern portion of this fascinating railroad, in "Montana Rail Link, EMDs in the Rockies, Volume 1, the East End".

Running Time 2 hours * Color/HiFi Stereo Sound * 16:9 Widescreen DVD

Narration On/Off Feature By CVision Productions Ref D495

DVD Regular Price £21

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Through the Oregon Cascades Part 2: The High Country

Through the Oregon Cascades Part 2: The High Country

22.00

In the high country of central Oregon, Union Pacific trains sprint along the east side of the Cascade Mountains on a route originally run by the Southern Pacific. In Part 2 of this exciting series, we follow the Cascade Subdivision for 108 miles between Cascade Summit and Klamath Falls. With easy grades and gentle curves, this is a racetrack with speeds of up to 60mph for freight and 80mph for passengers.

Heavy manifest trains head south with lumber from the Pacific Northwest. Doublestacks, grain, crude oil trains, the Gilchrist Local, and Amtrak's Coast Starlight head back and forth through the beautiful countryside. Adding to the interesting mix of traffic, BNSF runs via trackage rights between Chemult and Klamath Falls.

In addition to the steady flow of trains, witness a Jordan Spreader at work pushing back the snow banks between winter storms. See brand new Tier 4 GEVOS making their first revenue runs over the Cascade Line, plus Canadian Pacific, Amtrak heritage power, and a GE center cab switcher at work on the Klamath Northern. Shot in all seasons over an eight year period between 2008 and 2016, the amazing journey continues through the Oregon Cascades!

2 hours 22 minutes

May be viewed with or without narration

By 7idea Productions

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Through the Oregon Cascades Part 2: The High Country

Through the Oregon Cascades Part 2: The High Country

20.00

In the high country of central Oregon, Union Pacific trains sprint along the east side of the Cascade Mountains on a route originally run by the Southern Pacific. In Part 2 of this exciting series, we follow the Cascade Subdivision for 108 miles between Cascade Summit and Klamath Falls. With easy grades and gentle curves, this is a racetrack with speeds of up to 60mph for freight and 80mph for passengers.

Heavy manifest trains head south with lumber from the Pacific Northwest. Doublestacks, grain, crude oil trains, the Gilchrist Local, and Amtrak's Coast Starlight head back and forth through the beautiful countryside. Adding to the interesting mix of traffic, BNSF runs via trackage rights between Chemult and Klamath Falls.

In addition to the steady flow of trains, witness a Jordan Spreader at work pushing back the snow banks between winter storms. See brand new Tier 4 GEVOS making their first revenue runs over the Cascade Line, plus Canadian Pacific, Amtrak heritage power, and a GE center cab switcher at work on the Klamath Northern. Shot in all seasons over an eight year period between 2008 and 2016, the amazing journey continues through the Oregon Cascades!

2 hours 22 minutes

WIDESCREEN DVD

May be viewed with or without narration

By 7idea Productions Ref D496

DVD Regular Price £21

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European CDs (Audio)

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Steam in all Directions

Steam in all Directions

Ref: CD19


Price: 8.00

A variety of steam locomotives heard at work in AUSTRIA, FRANCE, GERMANY, ITALY, ROMANIA, SLOVENIA and SPAIN Between 1954 and 1973

1 GERMANY Altenbeken Viaduct - 3 Cylinder: 2-10-0 with Freight Train. [7.40] 2 GERMANY Winter - Schiefe Ebene - 2-10-0 with Frieght Train. [3.15] 3 ITALY Valdaora Stn: Level Crossing - Passenger Train. [4.30]

4 FRANCE Rouen Stn: 'Pacific in Stn. with Paris - Le Havre express. Freight train exit from tunnel. Passenger train heads past to Le Havre. [3.45] 5 FRANCE Mont D'or - Paris express with 141 A 2-8-2 Tank loco: Summer evening - approach from distance on steep climb - pass and climb away towards Eygurand. [3.10] 6 FRANCE Randan Stn. Level Crossing, winter evening 141R 2-8-2 Loco with passenger train - appproach - stop and wait - Start, pass and away with watery whistling. [3.10] 7&8 ROMANIA Babadag Stn: - Heavy Freight train approach, delayed, and struggle past. Mafei Pacific loco: with passenger train held in Stn: - whistle loudly, start & hurry past and away. [5.20]

9 ROMANIA Near loco: sheds at very busy junction station at Oradea. Locos wait at sheds and several varied trains approach and pass. [7.45] 10 SLOVENIA Drizzley evening beside a quarry in mountains where a heavy freight train approaches on a lengthy horseshoe curve, climbs past & away towards a tunnel. [8.20] 11 SPAIN In the yard at a small station on a winter evening. An express passenger train whistles and passes through the station where two locomotives are waiting in the yard with a lengthy freight train. Points are changed, two locomotives head the train past, out of the yard and climb away into the distance in the darkness. [7.20] 12 SPAIN At a busy station at Castajon de Abro a Correo passenger train starts out from the station and heads past. [3.00] 13 GERMANY Near Herzenhain Station, at the summit of a 1 in 17 climb, an 0-10-0 tank loco: steadily approaches with a passenger train and accelerates away at the summit. [2.40] 14 AUSTRIA Before electrification the Vienna-Rome Express climbs past Eichberg headed by two hardworking locomotives assisted by another banking engine at the rear. [2.30] 15 ITALY In the station yard at Venice the Orient Express, headed by a single locomotive, struggles past and away on the rising gradient in 1955, during a film production.. [3.35]

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