by Highball Productions 120 mins * colour * narrated * PAL
BC's auto tag says "beautiful British Columbia". BC Rail, formerly the British Columbia Railway and Pacific Great Eastern, is unique amongst railroads, both large and small. Its trains are led by a fleet of GE C40-8 CMs, a model only found in Canada. It runs through spectacular and varied scenery26000 revenue car loads on a system that can be divided into two sections, the North Vancouver to Prince George and north of Prince George where a number of lines feed the mainline. In this tape we concentrate on the Vancouver to Prince George mainline.
We travelled the 1800 miles to North Vancouver in August 1997 to fulfil a long time personal ambition. We got a quick look at a rebuilt RS18 switching the yard, a brief look at the Royal Hudson along Howe Sound, then concentrated on the freights. The big GE C40-8CM cowls are very much in evidence and look handsome. The scenery, especially north of Lillooet in the Fraser River Valley, is just magnificent and we got some great shots of trains clinging to the canyon walls, to river banks and lake shores. They looked really good snaking in and out from between the bluffs. We got into most of the famous locations, Britannia, Squamish, Cheakamus, Green River, Tisdall, Birken, Darcy, Seton Lake, Lilloet, Polley, Fountain, Gibbs, Glenfrazer, Pavillion, Moran, Kelly Lake and lots more. We were thrilled to find a pair of C420s switching at Prince George and took a quick trip to Tacheed for a look at the electrics. A very interesting railroad in magnificent scenery. You'll like it as much as we did.
Here is continuing action from our very popular series Union Pacific Super Railroad. Volume 5 takes you over the LaGrande Sub from Weiser through the Blue Mountains, Durkee Horseshoe, Telocaset Hill, and the Blue Mountain Grade... all the way to Portland, Oregon...this is really spectacular action.
You'll see more distributed power, Amtrak, Pig Trains, Soda Ash, and the usual heavy freight. You'll even see action with the Burlington Northern at the Columbia River crossing where both railroads meet. If you like beautiful scenery from stark barren mountains to lush mountain forests to snow capped peaks, then this video is for you.
by Green Frog * 49 mins * Colour * Narrated.
Norfolk Southern POCAHONTAS DIVISION
The Pokey is in the south west corner of West Virginia, Bluefield to Williamson thro' deep valleys & lush undergrowth of this scenic line. This is coal country with up to 150 trains a day! Watch as NS's new high tech power struggles to move the coal, often in a cloud of smoke, over the steep grades.
by Highball Productions * 120 mins * colour * narration
Montana Rail Link in the heart of the Big Sky Country is the operator of the old 582 mile long Northern Pacific line across Montana. Full of breathtaking scenery and hard mountain grades, it now forms a unique link in the Burlington Northern Santa Fe mainline. A lot of heavy freight is routed over the steeply graded line.
We traveled the length of the MRL in February 1997, braving cold and snow to bring you exciting action of one of regional railroading's finest. We take you through the blowing snows of Bozeman Pass with GP9s and C44-9Ws to the curves and steep grades of the legendary Mullan Pass, from the bleakness of Winston Hill to the scenic splendor of the Clark Fork and the semaphores of Lake Pend Oreille. There is lots of different power battling the elements from MRL's GP9s, SD19s, F45s, SD45s, SD45-2s to BNSF's "Pumpkins" and "Warbonnets". by Highball 120 mins * colour * narrated
by Green Frog 60 mins, colour, Stereo Hifi Sound, Narrated.
Thrilling passenger train action from early 50s into the 70s, from Illinois to east coast incl. NYC, Pennsy, Erie-Lackawanna, Monon, GM&O, B&O, IC, C&O, Milwaukee, Penn Central, GTW, etc. An evocative list of now sadly Fallen Flags!
We set off for Kicking Horse Pass in February 1997 after one of the coldest periods on record. Happily it warmed up a little for our visit, relatively speaking. There was still plenty of snow about, but with blue skies and sun the whole area looked stunning.
Kicking Horse Pass is Canadian Pacific's crossing of the Great Divide in Canada's Rocky Mountains, the highest railroad summit in Canada. It runs through some of the most spectacular scenery in North America. We shot at the two most famous rail locations on the continent, Morant's Curve and the Spiral Tunnels - and many more stunning locations full of action, but regretfully one of the vagrancies of winter shooting was a ten foot snow drift that prevented us getting to the conventional shot of the tunnels. However join us for an exciting winter journey as we chase Action Red SD 40-2s through the heart of the Rocky Mountains from Banff, Alberta through Lake Louise and over Kicking Horse Pass, through the Spiral Tunnels to Field, then through Kicking Horse Valley to Golden, British Columbia.
by Highball 90 mins * colour * narrated
One of the West's busiest mainlines is the Union Pacific's Oregon Short Line through the broad plains and lush valleys of beautiful southern Idaho. Our fourth installment of Green Frog's Super Railroad series takes you to this vital yet often ignored link of the mighty UP system. Watch fast intermodel and perishable trains weave their way around heavy merchandise and unit trains on this single track line.
West of Pocatello, UP is testing Distributed Power, putting unmanned locomotives at the rear of many long freights to improve train handling. Centennial #6936 puts in a guest appearance. If you love the Union Pacific or just want to visit a little seen corner of the scenic west, you will not be disappointed by this dvd!
by Green Frog *60 mins * Colour * Narrated.
The Mountains and valleys in southern Montana and northern Idaho provide a particularly beautiful setting for the Union Pacific's Montana Subdivision. You'll have the opportunity to chase a freight all the way from Silver Bow (the UP'S terminal in Butte, Montana) to near Pocatello, Idaho. If you like train meets , beautiful mountain scenery, and plenty of action.....then you will fall in love with this programme!
by Green Frog 30 mins * colour * Narrated
2 DISC SET
What a wonderful area the Pacific North West is. Earlier in 1996 we flew to Portland OR and worked from Troutdale to Hinkle on the Union Pacific and from Cape Horn Tunnel to near Pasco on Burtington Northern Santa Fe. Access was pretty good on both sides of the river, except that UP was by the Interstate. We were amazed at the scenery; from rain forest near Portland to the high desert, also the weather; rain at the coast to dry inland.
We caught UP's E units on the Office Car Special from the BNSF side of the river and chased him. He was hitting the detectors at 80 mph. The only reason we got a shot was because he was slowed for a meet near one of the dams. What a pretty train though. Good job the State trooper was busy! We were pleased to find cabooses on BNSF, these are on the trains that cross the Columbia at Wishram and turn south to Klamath Falls.
On several occasions we managed to get trains on both sides of the river into the picture. Eleven days of shooting went into this dvd, over seven hours of footage. We got some really nice shots. There is some beautiful lighting and some fabulous scenery. SD60Ms, C40s and SD40-2s predominate on UP and SD40-2s and GP40s on the BNSF. Not much sign of the merger except a couple of warbonnets.
three hours of action. by Highball Productions * 3 HOURS * colour * narrated
UP over the former Western Pacific between SaIt Lake City and Winnemucca, including the paired track with SP (pre merger) through Palisade Canyon. The "Trains" article called this line "Trains in a desolate landscape" and it sure is. We got out and about on the salt Flats, Wendover Hill, Arnold Loop, which to my mind is simply splendid, ranks up there with Crawford. You can see westbounds 13 or 14 miles away, then they round the loop and head over Silver Zone Pass. We Followed the line through the sage brush to Hogan tunnel, then across tine desert (VERY lonely) to Wells, Palisade Canyon and Wininemucca. Splendid desolation. \nby Highball Productions * 120 mins * colour * narration
Green Frog presents the second volume of the Super Railroad. We first take you to the coal fields north of Cheyenne, including Bill, Wyoming where a continuosly full yard of complete coal trains boggles the mind as they wait for clearance to there respective mines. You'll visit some of the mines in the Powder River Coal Basin, and catch the long trains working there way to and from the mines.
Then we'll follow the UP to Sherman Hill, including the Hermosa tunnels. Among just a few of our many beautiful action paced photographic locations, we'll visit Walcott Canyon, Green River, Granger, the twin tunnels near Evanston, and the Weber River/Echo Canyon area, finally arriving in Ogden. Lots of western mountain action. by Green Frog 86 mins * colour * Narrated
The Tracks of the BLACK BEAR
The Algoma Central, rich in history and renowned for its rugged scenery. Affectionately known as the "Tracks of the Black Bear", the ACR provides a vital link in the movement of freight and is one of North America's most popular passenger roads. After operating as an independent railway since 1899, the Algoma Central became part of Wisconsin Central's family of regional railways in 1995. Along with this change came revised operating practices, different motive power and new business. Rail Innovations captures the 'new' Algoma Central during both the beauty of fall and the harshness of winter. You'll be onboard and trackside as WC SD-45s and AC F-units move freight and passenger trains across Algoma Country. Wisconsin Central's Algoma Central is mainline railroading through some of North America's most spectacular scenery.
Wisconsin central's Algoma Central TOUR TRAINS
ONE OF THE MOST SPECTACULAR TRAIN RIDES IN NORTH AMERICA
Journeying north from Sault Ste. Marie, the Algoma Central challenges awesome rock formations, glides through mixed forests of maple, birch and pine and skirts the pristine waters of northern lakes and rivers. 114 miles north, the famous Agawa Canyon, with its rugged beauty, waterfalls, picnic areas and hiking trails makes for the perfect summer and fall destination. Winter in Algoma Country is breathtaking and what better way to see it than aboard 'The Snow Train'! Clad in a mantle of snow and adorned with frozen waterfalls and rivers provides a dramatic contrast to those seen during summer and fall. From trackside and aboard the locomotives, enjoy the color of fall, the splendour of Agawa Canyon and the harshness of a winter blizzard.
by Rail Innovations 90 mins*colour*narrated
1995 Shortline of the Year, ex Central Vermont prior 02/95. Seen from day 1. Variety of RR power at Palmer; ex BN Green Mountain GT & NEC. North of Brattleboro, VT for great snow scenes. In bet-ween we slip back 5 years to see pre-NEC for comparison. Exciting High-hp earth shaking action.
by Highball 80 mins, colour, Hifi Sound, Narrated
UPs gateway to LA, a scenic delight, but an operating nightmare. All sorts of heavy high hp trains incl. coal, pig & double stack trains + locals. See Mojave, splendor of Afton Canyon, Devils playground, Cima Hill (18 miles, 2.2% grade), Meadow Valley Wash (a scenic delight) & more.
110 mins, colour, Hifi Sound, Narrated.
Soldier Summit, truly spectacular action & scenery. See & hear SP GE AC 4400CWs & SD45s in run 8 straining and struggling up grade in Price River Canyon, the sounds of their efforts echoing off rock walls. 3 ACs & 5 Rio Grande tunnel motors on tortuous climb to Kyume Tunnels. Awesome.
120 mins, colour, Hifi Sound, Narrated.
Fantastic action from Mojave to Caliente incl. the famous loop. The now gone SP 'oil cans' thundering up grade with 9 units screaming to the heavens. SF double stacks with new SD75M, and huge pig trains draped around the loop, 10 front end units, tunnel motors. A must have for action!
by Highball 120 mins, colour, Hifi Sound, Narrated
Volume one starts in western Illinois, later we follow the tracks along the old Lincoln Highway (route 30) and then take you along the UP route all the way to Cheyenne, Wyoming. Fast paced action, multiple train meets and much more!
You'll take a trip into Bailey Yard (The worlds largest), where you visit a hump tower, take a tour around the engine service facilities, and get a birds eye view of the yard from one of the towers as well as from the ground.
Action abounds at many well known "hot spots" such as Archer Hill and Sidney, Nebraska where the Burlington Northern crosses the UP.
by Green Frog 86 mins * colour * Narrated
by Green Frog 60 mins, colour, stereo sound, narrated.
Covering the post war era of the early diesel passenger trains before the airlines stole their passengers. See famous early diesel passenger trains of the Santa Fe, U.P. CB&Q & Rio Grande at famous locations Chicago, Denver, St. Louis, Dale, Cheyenne, Feather River Canyon.
Union Pacific between Laramie & Cheyenne includes Sherman Hill seen in thunderstorms, fog & sunshine capturing the excitement of big time mainline railroading under the wide open skies of Wyoming + all the famous locations. Power incls. SD40-2s to SD60Ms & C30s to C40-8Ws
by Highball 120 mins, colour, Hifi Sound, Narrated.
A good honest train watching tape. Most famous locations. Moody scenes in heavy mists. Many Alcos with plenty of black smoke.
by Highball 110 mins, colour, Hifi Sound, Narrated
SP on the Sunset Route between Steins on the New Mexico border to Maricopa. Pre merger, with all kinds of run through and leased power, from Conrail, SF, C&IM, BN, UP, CSX, EMD, VMV and MK. San Simone, Olga, Wilcox, Cochise, Dragoon, Davidson Canyon, Picacho and Cow Town.
by Highball Productions * 75 mins * colour * narration
Take the ride of a lifetime aboard Amtrak's California Zephyr!
Your 48 minute adventure starts in Chicago and winds through America's heartland on its journey westward. See extraordinary scenes of head-end cab action through the canyons of Western Colorado, and exciting aerial photography over the peaks of the high Sierras.
Follow the Cal-Z from Chicago to the West coast capturing splendid action off train.
On your trip you'll also meet AMTRAK's most interesting and colorful crews and find out why a Colorado engineer says he has the best job in the world.
So gather your friends for a journey you'll never forget aboard AMTRAK's California Zephyr and discover the Great American West!
by Green Frog
48 mins * colour * Narrated.
170 mins GF
Action starts in 1036 with a plethora of passenger & freight trains through to the Penn Central mreger + RDC jet engine trails.
Still one of my favorite tapes and locations. Shot over the Memorial Day weekend of 1992, we caught trains at most of the famous locations, meets at the tunnel, a long valiant struggle up grade with the train finally stalling lots of different power from elderly B23's to new C40-BW's, GP4O's to SD50's. Lot's of different paint, from B&O blue to Chessie to Stealth and Bright Future. Sand Patch was everything we expected and more. \nby Highball Productions * 120 mins * colour * narration
Union Pacific Odyssey Volume 2 from the camera of Emery Gulash takes you on a fantastic journey where Volume 1 left off. Volume 2 covers the 60's and 70's. You will see more first generation diesels, "City" trains, New second generation diesels, more Big Blows (turbines), the Centennial locomotives, and DD-35's as well as many other older diesels.
The Golden Spike Centennial at Promontory Point in 1969 is prominently covered including special trains from parts of the U.S. which converged on the scene for the reenactment. Many of those trains were pulled by steam! If you like steam, passenger trains and first generation diesels, then this beautiful production from the camera of world renowned rail photographer Emery Gulash is a production you won't want to miss. Original material from 16mm color film.
Approx. Running Time 2 hours-TWO-DISC SET
Double Feature * CP Rail North of Superior * A Superior Winter
There is no more desolate place along the CPR mainline than the section along the north shore of Lake Superior. Regardless of the season, rock cuts, sheer cliffs, tunnels and sharp curves make this area one challenging piece of railroading.
In "Superior Railroading", you'll go beyond trackside, as we ride the trains, see the dispatch center, ride in the Roadmaster's hi-rail truck and even get an aerial look at one of the most remote areas during the harshness of winter.
"Superior Railroading" is 87 minutes of non stop, mainline action.
by Rail Innovations 87 mins * colour * narrated
Chicago Odyssey Vol 1 (two disc set)
Where else in the U.S. can one find so much railroad action but in Chicago...especially in the 50's and 60's!
World respected rail photographer Emery Gulash began capturing prolific amounts of action in and near the Chicago area from the early 50's. There are 15 railroads portrayed in Volume 1 such as: Santa Fe, CB&Q, Northern Pacific, Great Northern, Chicago & Northwestern Indiana, Milwaukee Road, Rock Island, North Shore, Grand Trunk, GM&O, Illinois Central, Monon, Norfolk & Western, C&EI, and C&O.
In the mid-fifties, to be a railfan in Chicago, there was no limit to the majestic views of railroads, Exotic first generation diesels, sparkling consists of the new streamlined passenger trains, well maintained trackwork...these were all the things that truly excited the railfan of that time...and Emery Gulash was no exception.
Filmed in crisp, bright 16mm color, witness the end of steam on a few roads and the birth of the diesel as the mainstay of power for freight and passenger.
If there ever was a documentary of rail action in and around Chicago, this has to be it! Typical incredible Gulash photography, coupled with the Frog's fast paced editing make this Volume 1 a collectors item you've just got to have!
Approx. Running Time 2 hours TWO-DISC SET
150 mins GF
Acclaimed, 1950s/70s 1st gen diesels battling scenic routes + Steam n.g. much more.
Double Feature * CP Rail's BIG ALCOS * ALCOS In The Highlands
We've combined 2 of our most popular programs to bring you 90 mins of fast moving, mainline Big Alco action.
During their final years of CP service, we captured the 4500's and 4700's working container trains and general freight between Montreal and Detroit. Once again, we got behind the scenes, aboard the trains and with the people that worked the Big Alcos on CP. Next, we take you to Nova Scotia where spectacular east coast scenery, combined with hard working 6 motor Alcos hauling 100 car trains make a sight few can ever forget. The sounds, and the drama are all captured from both trackside and aboard the CB&CNS locomotives. by Rail Innovations 90 mins*colour*narrated
150 mins GF
End of Steam, but mainly full and varied study of early diesel ops. 1952-1967.
Raton Pass...the Las Vegas Sub...Glorieta Pass! They are all here in this Special Santa Fe video. See the Kansas City-El Paso quality service fast freight...and the La Junta-Los Angeles freight in action over this historic and scenic Southwestern U.S. line.You will wish you were on board as Amtrak's Southwest Limited, successor to the Super Chief, climbs Raton Pass and flashes across the high plains of Mew Mexico. The red & silver F45 Warbonnets are seen in powerful trackside views and exciting pacing sequences. Also the merger "Kodachrome" paint scheme is still in evidence. See long coal drags rumble over the Colorado & Wyoming's Alien Mine Branch. Videotaped in 1989/ 1990 and 1991.
by WB Video Productions * 112 mins * colour * narrated
From 1952 through 1980, Emery Gulash, one of the nation's most respected 16mm film photographers chased the Union Pacific through its sparkling history.
In Volume 1 of this series, you'll follow Emery and his Bolex cameras through the end of steam and into the first generation diesel era. Then you'll go along with him as he spends a good part of a year chasing that well known Northern type steam engine 8444 in his story called "The Year of the 8444" The Northern interfaces with many of the U.P. crack "City" trains and freights as well!
Many freight and passenger trains, turbines and first generation diesels are also covered in this two hour train chasing extravaganza! You'll also visit many locations of the U.P. such as Denver, North Platte, Sherman Hill, Ogden, Chicago, St. Louis, Green River, Council Bluffs, Cheyenne, Rawlins, etc...
Approx. Running Time 2 hours-TWO-DISC SET
Here was a railroad of song and legend. What was the Rock Island Railroad really like? You can see for yourself. This action DVD depicts the fast moving trains of the Rock Island from the 1950's into the 1970's. See the pulsating passenger and freight trains as they maintain the proud, dynamic heritage of a great Midwest railroad. See grand old diesel locomotives that no longer exist. This DVD shows the Rock Island's last years in the sun, because starting in 1965, the railroad lost money until it closed permanently in 1980. You can relive those glory days of "A Mighty Fine Line"
Approx. Run Time 60 Minutes
* 2hrs * colour * dolby digital stereo * narration muting * chapter search * picture gallery
Following in the footsteps of the incredible and highly successful first Santa Fe Odyssey comes volume 2. The first volume was filmed over a 23 year period. Volume 2 takes over where the first volume left off. Filmed in the late 1970s over a 23 day period, Emery Gulash captured the transition of the Santa Fe as it aligned itself for the 1980s and 1990s. Coverage starts in illinois and continues west to include California. Amtrak is now firmly entrenched and so you will see plenty of passenger trains and with its new second generation diesels there are Santa Fe freights galore, including some of the older transitory diesel paint and colour schemes. There is incredible action in the Mid-West and West, all photographed with the benefit of consistently bright crisp and well colour balanced 16mm film. Action at Cajon Pass and Tehachapi are typical Gulash: incredible coverage and photo composition - there is none better! Compelling viewing and an important documentary of the Atchison, Topeka & Santa Fe in the 1970s.
* 2hrs 10mins * colour * Dolby digital 5.0 surround sound * narration muting * chapter search * plus feature sections on old Santa Fe timetables and maps from the 1950s/60s * picture gallery - by Green Frog Productions
Our first proper railroad DVD is a completely re-edited version of an old classic - right back to the original source material!
"Better than VHS as day is to night"
The action on this DVD is a result of many railfan trips by noted rail photographer Emery Gulash who, from Chicago to the West, produced an incredible chronology of the Santa Fe over a 30 year span from 1952 to 1980!
As Emery says: "To me the Santa Fe was unique with its outstanding passenger trains, fast freights, great trackage and a great display of semaphore signals. It was the epitome of long distance railroads. So I spent much footage at many different locations enjoying the action and character of this great railroad.
For this film Emery assembled all of those pleasant encounters, FT freight units, PA passenger power and a variety of switchers and road trains. The Warbonnet paint scheme and the change to the blue scheme is also covered. There are a great number of incredible shots of the famous passenger fleet, interspersed with freights over a vast portion of the line. A collectors item
by Green Frog 70 mins, colour, Stereo Hifi Sound, Narrated
Chicago to San Franscisco
Beautiful vintage coverage from on board and lineside filmed in 1965 when the Cal Z was at its ultimate. From the Cab we see the 'Big -10' curves and tunnels west of Denver. From on board and lineside see the plains and mountains across America from Chicago to San Francisco back in the days when the Cal Z was pulled by an F-7.
by The Enterprise Group 120 mins * colour * narrated
One of the great railway journeys in the world is aboard The Canadian. We see the passengers board at Toronto's Union Station and watch as The Canadian heads out from the metropolis on her journey across Canada. Get the feel of this trip as the VIA crew introduce themselves and passengers tell you how they feel as they transverse the Great White North. A blanket of snow wraps Canada up tightly and we get to glimpse at the problems that this cold can cause.
We visit four of Canada's Historic railroad resort hotels but mostly we look from the window seeing our train eat up the long miles through city, countryside, plain and mountain until we reach Vancouver. We see train meets crew change and the Canadian Via train back into Pacific Central Station at the end of our epic journey.
And Golden Gate Treasure by Charles Smiley
61 mins * colour * hifi sound * narrated
See the Key System from its early days with ferryboats to the Bay Bridge era. Learn the history from start to finish of the great East-shore Empire. Visit all the lines and cross the bay by ferry and bridge-rails to San Francisco. Streetcars, Bridge-articulated units and many surprises, plus cameo appearances of early Muni and IER make this a transportation story.
Remember the WP from the late steam era into the eighties with film from 18 different sources. We bring the real WP to the screen with freight and passenger trains plus interchange with other railroads. A Sacramento Northern section of electric freight along with other surprises will show the variety of WP business interests. Follow the Zephyr story from 1934 to 1970 with extra coverage of the WP's partners, Rio Grande and CB&Q.
As always Charles Smiley weaves footage from a number of sources and across the years to bring another winner to our screens. Each time you watch this you will learn more. Definitely to be viewed time and time again! 1hr 30 min Approx.
- The Forming of BURLINGTON NORTHERN
See the historic formation of the American giant of the North - Burlington Northern. We cover those great vintage trains of the GN, NP, CB&Q and SP&S from the fifties into the seventies. Learn the history behind the James Hill lines and the legacy of building not only a rail empire, but a good portion of the US economy. See the early Zephyrs and the California Zephyr, plus the trains of the NP and GN that brought travel with style. Another superb tape from Charles Smiley! 91 mins * colour * hifi sound * narrated
CP Rail's ROGERS The Last Pushers
Ride mid train pushers on a 15,000 ton coal train. See towering mountain peaks and snow laden fir trees from the "head end" during a "nose job". Ride a twelve unit SD40-2 consist down the hill to Rogers while taking in the wintery splendour of Stoney Creek, Mountain Creek and Glacier National Park. Filmed in February 1987, this is mainline, winter railroading at its best.
ROUTE: Built in 1884/5 and named after Major A.B. Rogers, explorer and CPR engineer. Rogers is situated on CP Rail's transcontinental mainline, Mountain subdivision, in the Selkirk range of the Canadian Rockies. The line climbs, westbound, all the way from Beavermouth to Stoney Creek on a ruling gradient of 1.5%, but steepens further on the last 9.3 miles from Rogers averaging 1.98% with a ruling grade of 2.2% on the final 4.5 miles. 56 minutes
CP Rail Conquers ROGERS PASS
CP Rail's Macdonald and Shaughnessy Tunnels have tamed Rogers Pass as never before. Take a quick look back to the turn of the Century, the Connaught Tunnel and six unit pushers. Then cover the new Macdonald track in both summer and winter. You'll be at trackside, aboard the trains and in the air, for a fantastic new look at CP Rail and Rogers Pass. 30 minutes
by Rail Innovations Total 86 mins * colour * narrated * PAL
by Green Frog
More great 16mm color film from Emery Gulash. This material was taken from over 30 hours of programs previously released.
You'll see footage from Santa Fe, Union Pacific, Denver & Rio Grande, Milwaukee Road, New York Central, Gulf Mobile & Ohio, Soo Line, B&O, Erie Lackawanna, Pennsylvania Railroad, Nickel Plate and Rock Island.
If you love the early diesels from the 50s to the 60s, then you'll want this DVD!
Approx. Run Time 73 Minutes
by Charles Smiley * 75 mins * colour * hifi sound * narrated
This 1950 to 1978 look brings the long-gone visions of SP out west. See Cab-Ahead steam and early F-units in snow on Donner Pass. Visit both sides of the beautiful Bay Area. Run out to old Tracy and Lathrop riding the San Joaquin Daylight trains. See the City of San Francisco, Coast Daylight, steam 'Commute', local and mail trains. Freight trains behind steam and early diesel power take you back to a more interesting period that will never return. See heavy and unusual power, diesels in daylight, black widow, tiger stripe, grey and scarlet color schemes.