Comprehensive Railroad Atlas - Mountain Plains
WYOMING, MONTANA, IDAHO* Designed to provide a single source of reference * Meticulously researched and drawn * Highly detailed - 8 miles to 1 inch - complex areas enlarged to 2 miles to 1 inch * Beautifully designed - coffee table quality - yet tough enough for 'in field' use * Clearly readable maps - plus railroad identification marks & full index * Fully detailed. Maps include major tunnels, bridges, yards, engine facilities and hot spot detectors, * Plus much more.PUBLICATION DATE 1999
by TrainsAs part of this issue's 20/20 theme, Locomotive 2020 examines the changes throughout the past two decades. The Motive Power Review covers all the latest developments and major rebuilds during 2019.Featured stories:* 20/20 - Industry veteran Mike Iden considers the top 20 locomotive stories, trends, and events in the first 20 years of this century. * Muscle on Moffat - Mike Danneman's photo essay illustrates 20 years of change (2000-2020) on the former Rio Grande Moffat Tunnel route west of Denver.* Canadian Pacific's New Rebuilds - In-depth study of the new SD70ACu locomotives, upgraded and modernized by Progress Rail from retired SD90MACs.* A reprisal of the 20th annual motive power survey first published in the November 1968 issue of Trains.* And more!Pages: 92
Comprehensive Railroad Atlas - Great Lakes East
83 mapsCovers Ohio, Indiana and Lower Michigan.New Revised edition incl. interurban lines available Jan 05PUBLICATION DATE 2005
Over Cumbres Pass Blu-Ray
In the San Juan Mountains of Colorado and New Mexico one can leave the 21st Century behind on a steam powered time machine: the Cumbres & Toltec Scenic Railroad.Running on rails laid down in the 1880s, the Cumbres & Toltec is a living and breathing historical marvel of railroading the way it used to be. It operates over a remaining 64 mile section of the D&RGWs San Juan Extension between Chama, New Mexico and Antonito, Colorado. This program covers many of the high points of this scenic route in summer and fall. Thrill to the sight and sound of vintage K-36 class steam locomotives climbing the 4% grade to the 10,015 foot summit of Cumbres Pass! Enjoy the impressive collection of beautifully restored passenger cars plus double headed photo freights. Step back to the year 1959 and watch never seen before footage of revenue freights moving over the line, including sections of the railroad that no longer exist!This is your ticket to the longest and highest narrow gauge railroad in North America! 1 hour 42 minutesNarration On/Off
Comprehensive Railroad Atlas - Dakotas & Minnesota
PUBLICATION DATE 2005Pages are in wrong order due to error when collating although ALL maps are included
THE MOFFAT ROAD Part 1 Blu-Ray
In Central Colorado where the Great Plains meet the Rockies, trains battle a short, stiff grade to the Continental Divide. Denver business man David Moffat spent his entire fortune building this engineering marvel. Although he never lived to see its success, this stretch of track was instrumental to the growth of Colorado and remains a busy main line today.Part of Union Pacific's Denver Area, this former piece of Denver and Rio Grande Western track is known as the Moffat Tunnel Subdivision. In Part 1 of this two-part series, we will cover the east side between Denver and the Moffat Tunnel. Watch trains wrap around Big Ten Curve, climb through the rugged Tunnel District, and disappear under the Continental Divide through the famous 6.2 mile-long Moffat Tunnel. Cresting the Rockies at over 9,000 feet, this is the highest active mainline in North America.Coal traffic is king on the Moffat Tunnel Sub, with loaded trains heading east to Denver and empties returning west. The steep mountain grades require additional locomotives in the middle and rear of eastbound coal trains, creating a fantastic show of horsepower. Besides coal, mixed manifests from both UP and BNSF plus Amtrak's California Zephyr make a daily appearance. There's nothing like mountain railroading in the Colorado Rockies! This program was shot between August and October, 2012.by 7idea Productions WIDESCREEN Edition. Running time 1 hour 48 minutes * Features narration on/off.
BNSF RAILWAYS CAJON SUBDIVISION7idea Productions traveled to Cajon Pass in April of 2011 to capture modern-day railroading at this spectacular place. We will begin in San Bernardino first thing in the morning and head east over the summit and through the Mojave Desert to Barstow. Thrill to the sound of 10,000 foot-long stack trains grinding up the 2.2% grade and right into your living room! A great variety of trains are featured including mixed manifests, auto racks, coal and piggyback trains. We will visit famous locations such as Sullivans Curve, the Mormon Rocks, the daylighted tunnels at Alray and much more. There is plenty of action on BNSFs new triple track main plus UP trains on the former SP Palmdale Cutoff, making a total of four main lines over Cajon! The high density of trains, noteworthy scenery and numerous photo locations has made this THE destination for railfans from all over the world! Youll see why in Cajon Pass...BNSF Railways Cajon Subdivision.Two hours runtime WIDESCREEN FORMATDolby Digital Audio May be viewed with or without narration
Stacks in the High SierrasFor over 140 years the Sierra Nevada Mountains of northern California have reverberated with the sounds of hard-working locos of the Central Pacific, Southern Pacific and now the UP. In November, 2009 double-stack traffic was re-routed off the nearby Feather River Canyon adding to the frequency of trains on this legendary route. 7idea Productions made three trips to Donner Pass between January and September 2010 to capture the many personalities of "The Hill" between Roseville, California and Sparks, Nevada. From late summer sun to blizzard conditions on the mountain, you'll have a front row seat of the action!Take in the amazing view of mainline action from high atop Red Mountain, the old Central Pacific fire lookout above Cisco. Stand inside the snow sheds of Norden as a heavy stack train blasts through! Snowshoe into Troy and see Jordan Spreaders and flangers hard at work clearing the white stuff off the double-track main! Feel the ground shake as 10,000 foot stack and manifest trains labor up 2% grades in Run 8! Distributed power is everywhere, as Union Pacific utilizes this technology for more efficient train handling. Witness heavy trains running in 4x2, 1x1x1, even 3x3x1 configurations.Shot in beautiful high-definition in spring, late summer and winter, this is the ultimate look at Donner Pass!by 7idea Productions 120 mins * colour * narration on/off * Widescreen
Canadian Rails Vintage Scrapbook
Visit Canada from 1939 to 1973 from New Brunswick to Vancouver Island. We bring lots of steam and the early diesels in both freight and passenger service. Many maps and special diagrams were specially prepared to highlight the features in this video. The film sources are numerous from many of the most famous rail fans that were active from the 1940s through the 1970s. See steam, electric and early diesel action from coast to coast!In-cab and trackside action brings you great scenery and a nostalgic look of stations and even tracks that disappeared years ago.CANADIAN PACIFIC CANADIAN NATIONAL DEUX MONTAGNES ELECTRICS QRL&P RAILWAY QUEBEC CENTRAL ESQUIMALT & NANAIMO LOGGING LINES PACIFIC GREAT EASTERN CP SHIPS Lots of history and the best locations such as Banff, Lake Louise, Kicking Horse Pass Spiral Tunnels and Crowsnest Pass in the days of steam and diesel. Also, the Pacific Great Eastern Railway, Grand Trunk, Central Vermont, Soo Line logging lines and much more!by Charles Smiley 1 hour 29 minutes. * colour * NarrationRegular Price £ 21.00
Union Pacific Odyssey vol1 (2 disc set)
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
Santa Fe Odyssey Vol II (two disc set)
* 2hrs * colour * dolby digital stereo * narration muting * chapter search * picture galleryFollowing 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.
Hot Spots 7 - DOLTON
by Highball Productions 90 mins * colour * hifi sound * narratedDolton Junction is located about 23 miles south of Chicago's loop. The joint Union Pacific/CSX line crosses the Indiana Harbor Belt and CSX. To the west is the IHB's Blue Island yard with a bridge carrying the Illinois Central over the Belt. The Pennsy's former 'Panhandle' line is abandoned south of the junction and these days sees little traffic north of the junction, primarily the 'Bottle Train' carrying molten steel. The CSX line to Barr Yard is the former Baltimore & Ohio, Chicago Terminal. The UP and CSX south of the junction was formally the Chicago & Eastern Illinois. Our location is the southeast corner of the diamond.See two days of trains and get a look inside the tower. There are many paint schemes from the four major railroads, plus Canadian Pacific, SOO and the IHB.