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2839 A ROYAL FAREWELL PART 1 GREG SCHOLL 47 minutes

"2839 A Royal Farewell-Part 1" Features the first weekend of operations from Alexandria to Atlanta over some 600 miles of Southern Railway mainline trackage. We see everything from the engine stalling on grades, and operation of the booster to get started, plus some fast running with this 8 coach train. The engine looks superb still in Canadian Pacific Livery, as it heads toward Birmingham where it will be "Southernized" slightly for the next two years under the lease. We have great coverage of the first two days, including some nice pacing scenes on day 2 west of Salisbury. In May of 1979 we enjoy trips from Cincinnati to Danville on the Southern's northern end of the railroad. An FP7 is behind the Hudson to assist on this trip which we chase. Included is a trackside view of High Bridge, and other good scenes along this good trackage. After these trips we see a one-way deadhead move from Cincinnati that is headed to Louisville. This is Memorial Day weekend and a cold day brings clear skies and great steam effects, and no diesel helper for this trip that made several passenger stops. The great sound of 2839's exhaust, and mellow Southern PS4 whistle make this engine one of our favorite excursion engines. All footage was originally Super 8 Sound, and has been professionally transferred for the best possible quality. This engine ran in 1980 and is now stuffed and mounted at a car museum in Sylmar, California.

$ 27.75
2839 A ROYAL FAREWELL PART 2 GREG SCHOLL 50 minutes

The Second video (Part 2) continues the 1979 season and 1980 trips for this lovely former Canadian Pacific 4-6-4 on Southern Railway excursions. First is a rare mileage " Independence Limited" operated by the Roanoke Chapter NRHS. This trip originated in Lexington, Kentucky, and traveled the Chesapeake and Ohio to Ashland, Ky, a line that is long since been torn out. There is no diesel for this as we cover 3 of the 4 days of this special. Day 2 finds the train running from Ashland down the Big Sandy Subdivision of the C&O to Elkhorn City, where the old Clinchfield Railroad begins. We then see some shots on the Clinchfield as it travels through portions of Virginia, and Tennessee. Day 3 begins south of Johnson City, and we follow it as far as Newport, Tennessee. There is a great variety of scenes here and unusual trackage for this engine to cover. Next we head back to Lexington in June of 1980 for two days of trips. The first day is unusual in that the engine makes two runs to Danville in one day. We ride the first one in the morning, and get some views off the train crossing High Bridge, and the nice stack talk as it climbs out of the Kentucky River Valley toward Burgin. In the afternoon, we make some nice trackside shots as 2839 again runs from Lexington to Danville. On the following day, 2839 makes a roundtrip from Lexington further south to Oneida, Tennessee into portions of the "Rat Hole". This trip had a Southern Diesel behind the 2839 due to the longer train and more grades necessitating more power.

$ 27.75
463 ON THE C&TS GREG SCHOLL 103 minutes

Enjoy class K-27 number 463 steaming on the Cumbres & Toltec Scenic Railroad in New Mexico and Colorado during September of 2014. The railroad sponsors "Engineer & Fireman School" trains whereby patrons can pay to work on real steam operated trains. First we see 463 on one of these trains which includes freight cars and the short caboose. This locomotive is currently the oldest engine that regularly operates on the railroad, and is the sole surviving example of a K-27 in the region. Our coverage of this train takes us from Chama, NM to Cumbres, Colorado. The second part of our 463 saga is the "Advanced" Engineer & Fireman School train, which is similar to the regular train, except these folks get more hands-on work learning train handling like switching cars, and working in sidings with switches and back-up moves. On this run we see switching freight cars at 2 different locations, plus later see the train on the Chama wye being turned. Our third and final segment is 463 in passenger train service as it works with K-36 number 487 on the first Doubleheader of the fall season on the railroad. The duo looks great and sounds just as good climbing the 4% grade to Cumbres. At Cumbres the helper comes off and takes water(487), and after that we catch-up to 463 as it travels through the Los Pinos Valley headed for Osier and Antonito with the whole train.

$ 23.75
489 CAB RIDE GREG SCHOLL 94 minutes

Climb into the engine cab of K-36 number 489 as we ride with the crew for 26 miles from Antonito, Colorado to Sublette, New Mexico in September 2014. You'll see inside the cab and the gauges before we leave town, then watch the engineer get the train started on our journey. There is plenty of action as the fireman hand-shovels the coal into the firebox as needed, and you see that the fuel is spread around to various sides of the firebox for better heating. Most of the view is looking ahead from the fireman's seat, plus of course views of the engineer and fireman at work. We get up to a good speed on the straight section leaving Antonito, and then begin the climb steadily westward on this 64 mile Cumbres & Toltec Scenic Railroad. This engine is working the same tracks it was designed to run on when it was built by Baldwin in 1925 for the Denver and Rio Grande Railroad. We will see some of the sights along the way such as Lava tank, switches for the loop, Whiplash Curve, and get a better feel for all the climbing and curves along the route. We even have to make an unscheduled stop along the way that will be of interest to enthusiasts as well. Arriving in Sublette we see the train come to a stop and then watch the fireman turn the water spout and start filling the tender with water. From this point west we rode in the coaches, and that is in another video. You really get a nice feel for what it is like to ride inside as a crewmember of a real steam engine doing its job on a daily basis. The sound is nice and the view is different from the normal ride. Don't miss this exciting and unusual video.

$ 27.75
611 TRILOGY VOLUME 1 GREG SCHOLL 75 minutes

Norfolk and Western Class J 4-8-4 number 611 was one of 14 streamlined engines built by owner Norfolk & Western. It ran for the N&W between 1950 and 1959. It was restored and operated once again in excursion service from 1982 to 1994. Now in 2015 we get to enjoy the locomotive once again for its third tour in operation. First we have a segment shot in Spencer at the North Carolina Transportation Museum where a photo day was held being the first public event for the locomotive. Background information on 611 is mentioned in this section as we enjoy the engine on the turntable, entering the roundhouse and making a few runbys with a freight train consist. A couple of historic autos are aso used during the event. The next part of our show is the much anticipated "Homecoming Trip" as 611 travels with a passenger train of invited guests returning from Spencer to Roanoke. The train travels the former Southern Mainline to Lynchburg, then the former Norfolk and Western(Home Rails), to Roanoke. All this today of course is Norfolk Southern Corp. Most of this segment is trackside runbys, but we also get a couple of views from onboard the train. The bulk of the video is the great action over the July 4th weekend in 2015. For three days 611 puts on a great show tackling the many grades on these 2 a day roundtrips. In the morning the train would run from Roanoke to Lynchburg over the famous Blue Ridge Grade east of Roanoke, and on the return traverse the eastern slope back to Roanoke. Wet rails on one trip create some dramatic slipping. We also see the engine passing the Roanoke Shops where the engine was built in 1950. In the afternoon each day the 611 hauled passengers from Roanoke to Walton, where there is a junction between the mainline to Bluefield and the line to Bristol. We enjoy the westbound climb up Christiansburg grade through places like Shawsville, and watch the eastbound climb on the other side of the mountain passing through the old coaling tower at Vicker, and Christiansburg. 611 sounds great on these trips as locations with some slight grade or bigger climb were selected for better viewing and sound. Two different photographers contributed to this video.

$ 23.75
611 TRILOGY VOLUME 2 GREG SCHOLL 92 minutes

Norfolk and Western Class J 4-8-4 number 611 was one of 14 streamlined engines built by owner Norfolk & Western. It ran for the N&W between 1950 and 1959. It was restored and operated once again in excursion service from 1982 to 1994. It ran for the first time in 2015(Volume 1), and now in 2016 we get to see more great action of this superb streamlined engine. The focus of this show is the May 7-8, 2016 trips from Roanoke. Like in 2015 these trips consisted of a morning run to Lynchburg up Blue Ridge Grade, and back to Roanoke assaulting the Blue Ridge Grade from the other side on its return. In the afternoon the 611 would haul this large passenger train westward to Walton where it was turned for the return to Roanoke. Like the morning run that assaulted Blue Ridge Grade, the afternoon trip to Walton featured two climbs of Christiansburg Mountain. There is two-camera coverage of these Roanoke Trips, which brings you two shots on each trip up Blue Ridge Grade, and multiple shots on the Walton trips as well as regular locations on each trip. We also see 611 enter and emerge from Montgomery Tunnel, and witness several scenes at Shawsville plus near the summit near Christiansburg. There are many shots where we pan the driving rods and the engine going away, as well as the oncoming views. The weather was very good as you can see by the preview clips. In addition to the Roanoke trips we follow 611 one-way from Roanoke to Manassas, where it will do the final excursions for 2016(These are in Volume 3). Special locations were selected for the gradient to showcase great 611 action. One thing about all these 611 videos (all 3 Trilogy dvd's) there is superb steam action with 611 working hard in most scenes.

$ 23.75
611 TRILOGY VOLUME 3 GREG SCHOLL 95 minutes

The Class J 4-8-4 611 is seen on the first trips of 2016 without diesel helpers, and the last series of trips in 2016. See great lighting and cool weather as 611 leaves early and returns late in the day, traveling along the mainline of the former Southern Railway, and at Hurt, Virginia diverges westward over the former Virginian Railway to Roanoke. All this is now Norfolk Southern of course. There is some spirited running, and great exhaust sounds as it pulls the heavy train along this roller coaster route. This series of trips was a real "Sleeper" in that it had fewer chasers, and perhaps the best weather (Clear and cool) during the excursions for 611 in 2016. Again you will enjoy hard working action as the engine is found on slight grades to make it work nicely. Mixing the mainline track speed with slight grades is awesome to watch modern steam power at work. Next we head to Manassas, Virginia (remember the one-way trip is in Volume 2), to enjoy the final excursions for 611 in 2016. This line is known for its roller-coaster topography with Linden Hill being the steepest climb each way between Manassas and Front Royal. However there are many other small grades, and 611 puts on a fine show on this interesting line. Many of the other small towns are seen such as Bulls Run, and Markham to name a couple. We also get some close-ups of 611 in Manassas. This trip featured two-camera coverage also which provides excellent diversity and non-stop action on this historic route. We end our coverage with a couple of scenes of the one-way trip from Manassas back toward Roanoke on the Southern trackage. It's a fine way to conclude our 3 volumes of "N&W Triology Volume 3" and the series. Special locations were selected for the gradient to showcase great 611 action. One thing about all these 611 videos (all 3 Trilogy dvd's) there is superb steam action with 611 working hard in most scenes.

$ 23.75
614 COAL TRAINS GREG SCHOLL 78 minutes

The coal trains powered by 614 in January of 1985 was one of more dramatic steam events of several decades in our opinion. It had all the elements: Big steam with a 4-8-4; Engine running on its home rails in C&O territory; cold winter action; regularly scheduled trains 6 days per week; a purpose to test steam capabilities; and steam pulling real revenue freight. Exhaust plumes went skyward in the cold winter air, and sounds of 614 radiated off the canyon walls at places like Hawks Nest. We even got a shot passing the depot at Thurmond deep in the gorge far from the main highways. This video is mostly hand-held, with our first video camera. Thus it is first generation equipment and must be considered "Early video". There is more zooming and so forth that should have been done, but there is quality content here. In addition to the runbys, we also see turning on the Huntington wye before the first trip, and after a westbound run it returns to the shed it was kept in. The next morning the engine is stuck inside as the metal door jams in bad position and welders are called in to torch it off at the top. We captured that as well as the engine being pried out by crew members using bars to clear appliances on the engine. We also got a nice dose of snow two mornings after sleeping at Hawks Nest Lodge overnight. Seeing a 90 car train of empty hoppers snaking across the New River is a spectacular few will ever see with steam powering the train.

$ 27.75
614 ENCORE GREG SCHOLL 51 minutes

Former Chesapeake and Ohio 4-8-4 614 is seen in May of 1981 first in Lima(a trip we rode), then the next day working out of the Ohio Valley on a trip to Louisville. This trip was not without incident which was partially caused by the evening before. We see some nice action on Banklick grade, and at the two tunnels, which no longer exist today on CSX. Then its street-running in La Grange. This is a rare look at steam on the Louisville and Nashville line, called the Short Line. After Louisville we chase a one-way from Cincinnati headed to Columbus and get some nice action there on the former B&O tracks. We then venture to Virginia and catch 614 battle Afton Mountain a steep grade then tops off in a tunnel under the Blue Ridge Parkway west of Charlottesville. We get to see a neat scene with the booster running, and a total of two scenes of the engine really working hard. After overnighting in Clifton Forge we head toward Huntington, then see 4 different days of trips from Huntington to Hinton, with lots of cool mornings, and great steam action along the New River Route. The final day is the last one operated by 614 on Chessie Steam Excursions.

$ 27.75
614 REVIVAL GREG SCHOLL 70 minutes

It took the burning of a steam engine in the spring of 1979 to resurrect another one in the form of a Greenbriar class 4-8-4 that formerly operated on the Chesapeake and Ohio. 614 history is recounted as we see images of the American Freedom train and 2101 in action, which preceeded 614. By the fall of 1980 614 was ready, and we traveled east to Harpers Ferry, Cumberland, 17 Mile Grade, Sand Patch, Richmond, Balcony Falls, Clifton Forge, Huntington, Charleston, and New River trains to Hinton. Then onward to Cincinnati for a weekend of trips to Ashland to conclude the official runs of 1980. But wait we also followed it east on its run back toward Hagerstown, and captured footage by brother Randy Scholl on Cranberry Grade a steep grade on the west slope of the Allegheny Range. This incredible event is a super topper to an exciting video through and through and the first in our 614 Trilogy

$ 27.75
630 CAROLINA STEAM GREG SCHOLL 81 minutes

It's been awhile since we have produced anything on contemporary excursion steam, but this one should be a welcome addition to your collection. Southern Railway 2-8-0 number 630 is seen on two weekends of steam trips in North Carolina in April of 2013. First we see three runs in one day from Spencer(Salisbury) to Barber Junction. These three roundtrips were unique for the spring of 2013 as they did not have diesel assist. At Barber we see trains being turned to head back east. We get some spirited running on these trips with an nice passenger train consist. The following day, 630 provides the power for the 3 afternoon museum trains at the North Carolina Transportation Museum in Spencer. This is a short run, but we get to see the engine again without diesel, and there was no water car on these trips. On the second of three trips, we ride the train to provide some different perspective from the trackside views. 630 looks great on all these runs. The following weekend we are in Asheville, North Carolina for two days of trips to Old Fort, NC. There would be a total of 4 runs, since there was a morning and an afternoon run each day. These trips climbed the mountains in both directions, and traversed the famous loops that helped the railroad gain elevation. You will also see a tunnel scene, and the train passing by Andrew's Geyser, as well as several views of the loops from various angels. In two different scenes you get to see the train pass in one direction on one level, then pass in a different direction from the same camera location. These trips had diesels behind the 630 since the grades were more than the engine could handle, but the steam action was quite good as was the weather for both days. You will also see station scenes in Asheville and Old Fort, plus a little of the wye used to turn the engine. To finish off the show we included two scenes of the train on a one- way trip west of Asheville toward Knoxville, including a scene at Marshall, NC, and one in Tennessee. The last time I saw this engine was 1970 in Charleston, SC. Also in this new program are some vintage scenes of 630 and history of the engine before going to the Southern Railway's excursion operations in the 1960's. This show has a chapter menu and is in 16:9 wide-screen format

$ 27.75
A DAY ON SOLDIER SUMMIT GREG SCHOLL 51 minutes

See 1991 action on the former Rio Grande Mainline through the rugged mountains of Utah. Rio Grande power dominates, but we also see the first SP script-lettered unit as this was after the SP take-over. This program was originally released in 1991, and was 30 minutes. In 2008 we put this on DVD, and added footage of a UTAH RAILWAY coal train with 8 units we shot in 1995.

$ 23.75
A LAST LOOK AT STEAM GREG SCHOLL 29 minutes

This is a great show, although short in length is long on variety. Its fast paced with great footage of several U.S. railroads around the great lakes. First we see Nickel Plate Road, and the first engine is the now famous 2-8-4 number 765 in freight service. In this segment we see several 2-8-4's in freight service around Chicago and west of Buffalo. In addition we see two of the neat 4-6-4 Hudsons. 173 is seen at Chicago and Calumet roundhouse, while 175 is seen in one fantrip clip in 1958 from Buffalo. Next we enjoy a few clips of seldom seen Duluth, Winnipeg, & Pacific in the Duluth area with ex- GTW 2-8-2 3425, and another engine which is a 2-8-0. The next segment features a few shots of Grand Trunk Western with mostly 4-8-4's on freight and passenger runs, plus a couple of 4-6-2's on short passenger trains. A neat meet is seen at Durand with 6315. Other 4-8-4's include 6314, 6321, and streamlined 6410. Next we visit the Duluth, Missabe, and Iron Range with its 2-8-8-2 Yellowstones. As most of you know we are known for our two other programs on the DM&IR which you can see on this site as well. This has mostly ore trains 5 different engines spotted, plus another one, number 222 on a fan trip shot on July 5, 1958. This is a nice segment as well. The final 1/3 of the show is CPR and CN fantrips in Ontario with things like CPR 4-6-2 number 2663 out of Montreal, and a neat trip with 4-6-2 1271 doubleheading with a now famous Royal Hudson, number 2839(this engine ran on the Southern Rwy in 1979-80). We also see a few clips of Royal Hudson 2857 on what turned out to be its final run. To wrap up the show we see several clips of CN 4-8-4 number 6167, which was the engine that preceeded 6218 and later 6060. With Newt Rossiters fine narration this another great show to enjoy. Its really fast-paced with all the variety, and 2/3 of it is shot in the USA.

$ 19.50
ARKANSAS ALCOS GREG SCHOLL 68 minutes

The Arkansas and Missouri Railroad operates on former Frisco trackage from Monet, Missouri to Fort Smith, Arkansas. The primary focus of our video is the run from Springdale, the company headquarters, to Fort Smith. These long haul runs usually require 3 or 4 unit Alcos to power the trains through the Arkansas countryside. We chase two trains southbound and one northbound on a different day. A trio of C-420's powers one train, and the second one is 3 C-420's and the only operational RS-32. We also see local operations which include the Bentonville local with a C-420, and a switching job local with a former N&W T-6 which is pretty smoky. The railroad also ran their flagship RS-1 for some publicity runs which included an over and under series of shots with the RS-1 going under a freight near Fayetteville, Arkansas. This is an interesting show of Alco power in the hills of Arkansas for all to enjoy!

$ 27.75
BIG BOYS & CHALLENGERS GREG SCHOLL 45 minutes

Union Pacific had some of the largest steam power ever built, and the two biggest engines were the 4-8-8-4 "Big Boy", and the 4-6-6-4 Challenger type. Enjoy both types of Challengers, the 3800 and 3900 series, as well as plenty of coverage of the famous Big Boys, including over half of the 25 that were built.

$ 27.75
CANADIAN PACIFIC'S ROGERS PASS GREG SCHOLL 83 minutes

This is a neat DVD since it has the two programs combined, and this is a very difficult area to get good shots of. This is one reason we acquired this show, as we have been to the region and can appreciate the extra efforts Rail innovations went through to get the shots. In "The Last Pushers" we see the helper station, and the crews getting ready, and ride along on the helpers, which are generally cut in mid-train, and sometimes on the front to handle the steepest part of the Rogers Pass grade(east slope). There are also trackside views along the way, and this is all shot in the winter. The second show gives an overview of the route(mostly the east slope), and then shows you the new route with a lesser grade, which eliminated the need for the helpers which are the focus of the first show. The photographer had the cooperation of the Canadian Pacific and has shots onboard the trains, trackside, and even good helicopter footage, which includes both entrances to the new tunnel with trains, and onboard a train as well. Good narration describes what you are seeing and maps help you understand where you are. In addition we see the remote and famous trestles in the videos such as Stony Creek Trestle. For the person that likes mountain railroading in remote regions this is a good show. All aspects are covered from riding the tops of engines, to helicopter views.

$ 23.75
CANADIAN VINTAGE STEAM GREG SCHOLL 45 minutes

A variety of Canadian National, and Canadian Pacific Steam awaits you in this show, that includes a lot of different areas. A primary focus is great action in Portage la Prairie and Winnipeg in a July 1959 visit by Perry Becker. There is more action including Selkirks out west, and more in various provinces

$ 27.75
CHALLENGER GOES EAST GREG SCHOLL 78 minutes

Challenger Goes East highlights some of the eastern territory covered by Union Pacific 4-6-6-4 "Challenger" number 3985 as it heads for Clinchfield country to do the Santa Train. This video shows 1992 footage that is just being released on DVD in 2012, and shows several trips of the largest engine in the world. First we see two- camera coverage of the Louisville to Cincinnati segment along the former Louisville and Nashville (The Short Line as it was called), route. 3985 is pulling a medium sized train with no diesel helper. From KC Tower in Covington(Across from Cincinnati), the train continues east along the former Chesapeake and Ohio railroad toward Huntington, and we chase it about as far as Maysville where it continues in the dark. Next we are back several days later and see the Challenger made-up as Clinchfield 676 heading down the Big Sandy Subdivision of the C&O to connect to the Clinchfield Railroad, and operate along that line down to Kingsport, Tennessee. After the Santa Claus train(See in another video "Santa's Challenger"), there was a short trip with 676 on a rainy day north of Kingsport. Later we catch Union Pacific 3985 on its homeward journey from Cincinnati, Ohio to Seymour, Indiana on the former Baltimore and Ohio Railroad. Union Pacific and CSX cooperated on this monster trip, and its unlikely one will see this again. There is a wide variety of interesting locations and its all shot on broadcast video equipment, and two days of it with two camera coverage. This was the last articulated locomotive to operate east of the Mississippi river since N&W 1218 was last operated in 1991. Sometimes trips like these in the past are far better than current operations.

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CINCY DIESELS GREG SCHOLL 88 minutes

"Cincy Diesels" spends time in Cincinnati where the CSX line heads onto the C&O River Bridge approach where we see a number of trains at different visits, with the skyline of Cincinnati in the background. Another major point seen is the Norfolk Southern engine terminal in Ludlow, Kentucky which is just across the Southern Railway Bridge across from Cincinnati. The Southern and Norfolk Southern merger is still fairly recent and we see Norfolk and Western power, Southern Power, and Norfolk Southern livery diesels. Added road names include Grand Trunk which had several shared power units around Ludlow for switching and for pusher service up Erlanger Hill which is the ruling grade from the Ohio River Valley from Ludlow to Erlanger, Kentucky. We also see ex-Southern Railway switchers at Ludlow, and switching the yard at Gest Street. Besides these areas we will see a few scenes south of Ludlow at Erlanger, and a couple more on the former Southern line. CSX is seen on the previously mentioned Ohio River Bridge at MD Cabin, Cincinnati Junction, Latonia, Grants Tunnels and more. We will see GE U-boats on CSX, as well as on NS for that matter. Some rare surprises are found on CSX and NS, including a rare GP49 on NS. There are older GP38's and even some GP30's on NS, as well as a couple of cameo shots of CSX F-units during 1988. Other diesels include a brief visit to see U-28b's in Central Kentucky, and a cameo shot of Kentucky Central 2-6-2 #11 on the TTI Paris-Maysville line. In addition to this steamer, we will also take a brief look at Norfolk and Western 611 testing some repair work at Ludlow in 1990, and N&W 1218 in 1987 passing the famous Cincinnati Union Terminal on a historical last run for one crew member.There is a lot of variety to be enjoyed in "Cincy Diesels" and map of the area keeps you informed of locations being shown. Standard Definition. Live audio and narration.

$ 27.75
CN 6060 STEAM SPECIAL GREG SCHOLL 58 minutes

Canadian National 6060 was in the last group of steam engines built for the Canadian National in 1944. These Mountain type 4-8-2's were used in both freight and passenger service until steam ended in 1959. The locomotive is stationed at the Alberta Prairie railroad in Stettler, Alberta today, and runs period trips, to give 2-8-0 number 41 a break now and then. We centered a western trip around a scheduled trip in 1999, since the longest possible trip was to be a June 20th run from Stettler to Coronation. The normal run to Big Valley is around 14 miles but this would be 60 miles one-way. We get there early and enjoy some in-cab scenes showing veteran engineer Harry Home teaching a crew-member the art of lighting a fire in this oil-burner. Next we see the preparations by the crew and some switching to get the train ready for the run. We follow the train and get several good trackside views of the train eastbound to Coronation, and a couple of westbound views, which were run tender-first since there was no way to turn the train in Coronation. The line to Coronation was operated by a short-line regional railroad and the line was not profitable enough, thus it has been abandoned. This makes the 6060 trip significant and historical in many ways. Speeds are not great but they are likely a little faster than the Big Valley trip, but overall it is good to see 6060 out on a lengthy run in this video. We have fond memories of 6060 from the 1970's running out of Toronto, and then in 1986 when we shot it to Vancouver from Jasper. It is an elegant locomotive and the only operational 4-8-2 in North America.

$ 23.75
COLORADO & SOUTHERN STEAM GREG SCHOLL 95 minutes

Return to the 1950's and early 60's to witness some of the final steam operations on the Colorado and Southern Railroad. Most of our coverage is in Colorado although there is some 2-10-2 action in Wyoming, including a very special photo special. Enjoy 2-8-0's, 2-8-2's, and 2-10-2's in service which were the bulk of the C&S steam power during this time... 1954-1962. You will also see the last steam on a class 1 railroad, with 641 at Leadville, Colorado

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CPR 2816 PART 1 RESTORATION & TESTING GREG SCHOLL 58 minutes

Enjoy comprehensive coverage of the restoration of Canadian Pacific 4-6-4 Hudson number 2816 in this 2001 video. Rail Innovations was the official video company for Canadian Pacific during this time. There are two videos here. Part 1 covers the restoration in Vancouver and has insights from Al Broadfoot who spearheaded the rebuilding. You will see all aspects of the teardown and rebuilding, including the hydro test, boiler and smokebox removal, and frame work. See the drive wheels being removed, trued and then reinstalled. Be there when the overhauled boiler is lowered to the frame and a new cab is installed and the finishing touches are applied. The second half of the show after the light-up is the testing with several runs are made on the CPR mainline. In this section you will see shots trackside views, onboard, and in the cab of one test run.

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CPR 2816 PART 2 INAUGURAL RUN GREG SCHOLL 58 minutes

This video captures the 5-day first major trip for the restored 4-6-4 Hudson number 2816 over the Canadian Pacific Mainline. Each day is shown with good coverage from the train, trackside runbys, and even some footage in the cab. In the more remote regions like east of Revelstoke we see great coverage from a helicopter which allows breathtaking views of remote bridges along Rogers Pass as an example. You will be there for the best coverage available of this premier run of a beautiful locomotive and witness some of the best scenery North America offers. On the final day, a special runby was set-up at Morants curve and the engine went storming through the famous location right after sun-up in spectacular fashion, before finishing the run to Calgary.

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CPR STEAM THE FINAL CHAPTER GREG SCHOLL 32 minutes

Cameraman Newt Rossiter captured black and white footage on 16mm film, which has been transferred to video for this show. It was originally called "The Final Chapter of Canadian Pacific Steam in Ontario". Since we already had a title on South Africa called "The Final Chapter" we modified this title slightly. The show has three CPR engineers relate their experiences on most of the power that is show during the presentation, and includes 4-6-2's, 4-6-4 Royal Hudson, 4-6-0's, 2-8-0's, 5400 series semi-streamlined 2-8-2's and even a fantrip with 4-4-0 number 136. We see famous Royal Hudson 2839 in freight service and the very last fantrip with Royal Hudson 2857 which was later scrapped. There is a doubleheader fantrip with 136 and 4-6-0 815, and later a tripleheader with the same two engines, plus 4-6-0 1057. The regular service footage includes some branchline runs as well as other lines that may not be so well known during the final days of the steam era in Ontario for CPR. This is another fine show of footage shot by Newt Rossiter.

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CSX IN THE 90'S GREG SCHOLL 78 minutes

CSX Transportation comprises many former railroad routes and names. We start in the Cincinnati area, with some shots at Queensgate yard, and the Union Terminal. Then we head across the River to the former C&O and see action along the Ohio River eastward. One day is spent during fall colors shooting trains along this line including the Russell area and along the Ohio River. Then we sample a couple of scenes on the New River, and head eastward and visit more West Virginia, and Maryland locations. These include Point of Rocks, Harpers Ferry, and Cumberland. At Green Springs we see a staged meet of Amtrak and Potomac Eagles vintage Alco FPA-4, and a B&O GP9 and see lots of freight action on the CSX mainline. We also see a shot at Hyndman Tower, and the Viaduct Over the old Western Maryland from the Cab of the Western Maryland Scenics FPA-4 as it goes under a CSX train. Then we head to the south to see some action in 1992 on the former Clinchfield Railroad, including a couple of scenes at Copper Creek Trestle, an iconic location along the Clinchfield. There is a nice selection of older power, as well as some power thats less than a year old. Several towers are seen, including Covington, Limeville, Russell, Viaduct(Cumberland), and Hyndman. Also included are a few Barges on the Ohio River as we await a freight along the picturesque river town of Maysville, Kentucky. There are also a couple of passenger trains seen in the show, but its mostly freight action.This was all shot in professional Betacam-SP format, the top format of the time period. There is also some fine scenery at many locations to enjoy along with this variety of locomotives and train action.

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D-DAY FILMS GREG SCHOLL 45 minutes

Here is a collection of three films that relate to the June 1944 invasion of Europe by the Allies. One film is called "D-Day Convoy", followed by "Phantom Harbor", and "Army-Air Force Actions of May and June 1944"

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DM&IR STEAM VARIETY GREG SCHOLL 44 minutes

This program includes the mighty Duluth, Missabe, and Iron Range steam operations from the late 1950's to the end of steam operations. In addition we will see some 1947 footage, that includes mine trains. The giant 2-8-8-4 Yellowstone engines are featured, but the variety is that they are not just seen on mainline trains but other duties. And the variety is the fact that other DM&IR engines are seen in this show.

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DM&IR YELLOWSTONES - GIANTS OF STEAM GREG SCHOLL 30minutes

The massive Yellowstone type 2-8-8-4 locomotives operated by the Duluth, Missabe, and Iron Range railroad in Minnesota were among the largest steam locomotives to ever run, and in 1958 and 1959 they were still hard at work. When other railroads in the United States were either entirely dieselized or nearly so, the DM&IR Yellowstones soldiered on for a few extra years

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DOUBLE TRACK MAIN - SOUTH AFRICAN STEAM GREG SCHOLL 90 minutes

De Aar to Kimberley was the last stronghold of steam on a double track mainline in South Africa that was not under the electrified regions. 4-8-4's are in charge of many trains a day in both directions, with a few being doubleheaded freights. We see action at Witput, and Kraankuil, the tops of grades out of the Orange River Valley. In addition we see more than a day of action at Orange River, where all engines stopped for water and to clean the fires. More time was spent south of Orange River toward De Aar as we spent several days on this line. There is a cameo appearance of 3450, the Red Devil on the Daily Passenger Train, as well as the Last Condensing engine (3511) on a local freight and a passenger train. One of our favorite engines was 3436, a red-wheeled 4-8-4 that was seen several days on the daily passenger train, and one day we did some nice pacing scenes, plus you will see nice start-ups of this beauty. We also visited the De Aar shed where you see engines being filled with coal at the coal tower and much more. Narration and live audio from 1984.

$ 27.75
F UNITS WINTER IN CANADA GREG SCHOLL 75 minutes

This video was originally shot in 1987 during 2 weeks in February. The cold was brutal reaching -25 to -35 degrees F for a solid week. We mostly had nice blue skies for that time though. This was a follow-up video to our "Via F's In The Rockies" which we had shot in Western Canada during the summer of 1986. Most of the F-units were removed from western Via Rail trains, but many soldiered on in the east for the winter of 1987. We enjoy several trains west of Toronto, on the lines to Stratford, and to London via Woodstock. Along the way we see a few newer units, including LRC's which are now also a thing of the past. The power on the older units is primarily FP9, and Alco FPA-4 units. Most trains have steam heating cars as well. This video was also shot on the same trip as our "Snow Plow With CN F7's"(See Snow Plow videos). We'll also see a few CP and CN freights along the way, plus visit the ONR yard at North Bay. There is also a nice scene of a snow sweeper along the CPR at Dorval, clearing snow on a cold morning between scenes of commuter trains and VIA. There are a lot of things you will enjoy in this one. As always there is a lot of trackside action scenes which we are known for in our video programs. See an FPA-4 blowing snow past you at 70-80 mph west of Montreal is pretty wild!!! All diesel and vintage railroad enthusiasts should enjoy this show.

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FINAL CHAPTER - SOUTH AFRICAN STEAM GREG SCHOLL 84 minutes

In 1984 we were fortunate to see the "Last of the Garratts" on line workings with a day-long ballast train hauled by GMAM Garratt 4088 from Waterval Boven to Breyten and return. These were the most modern Garratts in South Africa and are 4-8-2+2-8-4 wheel arrangement engines. We also see different engines in yard switching duties(Shunting). Next we chase doubleheaded class 24 2-8-4's from Breyten to Lothair with some nice results. Lastly we visit the Randfontein Estates Gold Mine Railway near Johannesburg, where GMAM Garratts work on this Industrial Line hauling gold ore, or reef as it is called in South Africa. Besides the Garratts we will also see a few of the older 4-8-2 engines that were formerly South Africa Railways locomotives. Live audio and informative narration and the last video in our 1984 South African Steam Collection.

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GARRETTS OF ZIMBABWE GREG SCHOLL 60 minutes

Travel to Africa, noted for big game animals, and discover some of the largest steam locomotives surviving on the continent. The unique articulated steam locomotives known as "Garratts" still thrive in the country of Zimbabwe, which is now the worlds last stronghold of these interesting locomotives.

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GEARED DOUBLEHEADER GREG SCHOLL 45 minutes

Washington State's Mt. Rainier Scenic Railroad is the location of this presentation which features the two rarest types of geared steam locomotives. Heisler #90, a 90-ton, 3-truck locomotive built in 1930 is joined by the newly restored Climax #10. The Climax is ex-Hillcrest Lumber Co. which operated on Vancouver Island, and was the last standard gauge Climax locomotive ever built. Scenes show the now unused line to Morton, plus a rare view underneath the Climax

$ 23.75
MANITOBA STEAM IN THE 50'S GREG SCHOLL 29 minutes

Originally produced by Rail Innovations this is a wonderful look at Canadian Steam in the province of Manitoba, where some of the last steam ended its days in Canada. It is divided into two parts, with Canadian National first, followed by Canadian Pacific. Photographer Newton Rossiter narrates the entire show and has plenty of insights regarding the engine classes, the places seen on the video, and other tidbits that are quite interesting. Generally most views are west of Winnipeg, including St. James Tower, Pacific Junction and many others. We see several of the 4-8-2's including number 6000, and some of the 6060 series as well as other smaller types.On the Canadian Pacific side of things we see smaller classes, then the larger power such as 2-8-2's, 4-6-2's, 2-10-2's, and 4-6-4's. There is even one rare shot of number 3101 which was one of only two CPR 4-8-4's ever built. There is a shot of the famous Royal Hudson number 2860 in passenger service which is a nice addition as well. Music and narration, and no fake train sounds, just the original footage that was shot silent of course. Rare historical footage thats fun to watch. This is another fine show from the camera of Newton Rossiter that is well worth owning.

$ 19.50
MILITARY TRAINS GREG SCHOLL 52 minutes

Military Trains consists of 2 World War two era films and some miscellaneous other footage. "Troop Train" is the first film, a black and white sound film showing the creation of a special train. "Hospital Train" is a color film depicting the care wounded soldiers got and transfer from Hospital Ships to hospital trains to get them home.

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N&W STEAM PASSENGER TRAINS GREG SCHOLL 71 minutes

njoy classic vintage Norfolk and Western passenger trains with mostly streamlined power with J class 4-8-4's, and K Class 4-8-2's. Shot on 8mm films by Warren Scholl between 1954-1958 we see a nice mix of locations between Cincinnati and Portsmouth, Ohio, plus riding the N&W from various trips east and west. We finish with a segment on "Special Trains" including some Santa train shots, a cab ride, and a rare doubleheader, plus more.

$ 27.75
NEW HAVEN MAINLINES GREG SCHOLL 65 minutes

This video was the work of photographer, and former New Haven Railroad employee Tom Donahue, and was also made possible through the New Haven Railroad Historical & Technical Association. The film covers mainly the shore line and its mainline with lots of Electric action.

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NEW HAVEN RAILROAD IN THE 1950'S GREG SCHOLL 77 minutes

This extremely fine video is from original 16mm film footage shot by Kent Cochrane, a noted WWII Navy combat photographer, who turned his attention to the New Haven after the war. While there is about 5 minutes of New Haven Electrics the strength of the video is the Maybrook line with 4-unit lash-ups of FA's, the Highland line with RS3's and DL109's including a neat segment of semaphores dropping. When converted to DVD in 2009 a new section with an RDC trip to Cape Cod was edited into the show.

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NEW YORK CENTRAL STEAM FINALE GREG SCHOLL 65 minutes

Enjoy a variety of New York Central Steam power in some of the final years and locations where steam operated. You will see mighty 4-6-4 Hudsons between Cincinnati and Chicago, as well as a variety of freight power such as 4-8-2 Mohawks, plus 2-8-2's and switchers such as 0-8-0's, and even 0-6-0's. This is 8mm color films transferred to video shot by Warren W. Scholl between 1954-1957.

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NICKEL PLATE 765 THE EARLY YEARS GREG SCHOLL 60 minutes

This show is a nice chronicle of some of the first runs for 765. Shot on super 8 sound movies, the transfer is crisp and the sound is good. We begin with a December 1, 1979 first run of 765 as it travels toward Bellevue on a cold snowy day. Then we begin 1980 with a one- way run with coaches from Bellevue, Ohio back to Fort Wayne, Indiana, and later the train adds some coaches as it continues westward to Illinois. The engine went to the Toledo, Peoria, and Western for several weeks of break-in runs, including freight and excursions. This was like real steam railroading as 765 did some short stints as a helper, including on the rear of one freight. We also see it on the turntable, and preparing for a freight run to Effner which turned into a 2-day journey. Much of these runs were covered in the rail magazines at the time, as this was huge news for steam fans. Two excursions were run, but for some reason we do not have a lot of movie coverage of these, but there is some. Afterwards, the engine was sent back to Ft. Wayne, again on a freight train(with no diesels), and we captured some nice running here, including pacing scenes. This was fun stuff to see with a big mainline engine hauling real revenue freight once again. This was a fine beginning for this great locomotive which is still operational today.

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N&W 1218 REBUILT & ROANOKE BOUND GREG SCHOLL 70 minutes

Norfolk and Western 2-6-6-4 number 1218 is the only Class A that survived. In 1986 it was sent to Birmingham, Alabama for the Irondale shop folks to work their magic and bring this locomotive back to life. We get an exclusive vist to see some of the restoration work in the fall of 1986, as we see various parts being worked on, as the engine is separated from the boiler and much work is being done. We made a special trip for this shop visit. Then in March of 1987, we are back in Birmingham for a test-run of 1218 which went to Wilton, Alabama. This was nice since the engine pulled a freight train, which even included a caboose on the rear. After switching was done at Wilton, the 1218 took another freight back to Birmingham. On this trip the whistle was sounding a bit off, and was later fixed. Piney Woods trestle provided one of the highlights of this trip. Then in April we follow 1218 with 5 tuscan red coaches as it travels to Roanoke for its homecoming run. This trip was not without incident, but the train made it on the scheduled time. The first weekend of public excursions is shown with some scenes to Bluefield, turning on the wye, and then the following day trips. The Sunday trips were 2 runs, that included a morning trip up Blue Ridge Grade to Lynchburg and return, and an afternoon run from Roanoke to Walton and back. Several nice shots on grades are seen on this day. Norfolk and Western 1218 was indeed back in operation. The locomotive last operated in 1991, and was in the process of rebuilding when the steam operations ceased in 1994. It is now on display at the Virginia Museum of Transportation in Roanoke, Virginia. Now the video is back, as a DVD for you to enjoy once again.

$ 27.75
NORFOLK & WESTERN 611 THE EARLY YEARS GREG SCHOLL 80 minutes

One of the most famous fantrip engines of the 80's and 90's was Norfolk and Western Class J number 611. Now in 2014-15 it is being restored to operation once again. So, lets turn back the clock to the first restoration in the early 80's and see the action of 611 in 1982 and 1983. First we see the finishing touches on the engine at Birmingham, before the train heads east on the Southern Mainline for a trip to Roanoke. Later we see the first run east on Blue Ridge Grade as it heads to Norfolk for the first time. We also catch a neat trip to Bluefield, where it would run a roundtrip to Iaeger and back the following day, through the mountainous Pocahontas Division. We also have a bit of history of the 611 in this show, including a little bit of 1950's film footage. Back to the 80's we have a good bit of 1982 footage, then continue with several trips in 1983, including scenes at Shaffer's crossing roundhouse in Roanoke, and a run toward Altanta. Later we are back In Roanoke for 2 days of the Independence Limited, chasing as far as Bluefield and Portsmouth, Ohio. This features one of our favorite spots at Cooper, WV where it exits a tunnel onto a high curved bridge with the town down below. Later in 1983 we see 611 making a one-way trip to Portsmouth hauling a fast trailer train at 60 mph, and at Portsmouth, the engine is turned, and takes another short freight on the Peavine toward Cincinnati. We finish up with a few scenes of 611 on the former CNO&TP south from Cincinnati including Erlanger Hill. 611 does all the work as there were no diesel helpers on any of these early trips. If you are a fan of 611 you will find this show to be one of your favorites with tons of great action.

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NORFOLK & WESTERN IN TRANSITION GREG SCHOLL 67 minutes

These original 8mm films come to us from the relatives of the late Donald Jamieson, who was a family friend of the Scholl family. Don lived in Batavia, Ohio and owned a tool company behind the depot, so much of his footage is shot right in that area. However, he did venture to a few places with the Scholl family, or with Warren Scholl. Don loved steam the most and tried to capture as much as possible near the end, but he only got a few things, before he realized the west end of the N&W was gone. He did get a rare shot of the Jawn Henry steam Turbine on a freight, a Class Z on the local, several scenes of a K1 on the local freight, plus a few steam passenger trains. This included the 603 on the official last steam run of the eastbound "Arrow". Later in 1958 he got some interesting footage of a major diesel freight wreck in Sardinia, and two days later once the line was open again we see the Powhatan Arrow eastbound, just two months before steam was eliminated. The power for this train was non other than the now famous 611. After steam was gone from the west end, Don documented many of the dead engines that came through Batavia on the diesel-hauled locals headed to scrap companies on the west side of Cincinnati. Early GP9's powered these trains and we sometimes get to see some interesting switching moves at the two small yards at Batavia. We get to see lots of these trains with a good variety of dead engines. One noted engine was 4-6-2 number 563, one of the last two that was used on the Bluefield to Norton run. We also see various Y class 2-8-8-2's, Class A 2-6-6-4's, S class 0-8-0's, and K1 and K2a streamlined 4-8-2's. One wild surprise is a Virginian Allegheny, number 903 passing through in a local headed to scrap. While there might be a bit more dead engine coverage than some would like, its really kinda rare to see this amount of coverage and helps to document where these engines were finally sent in some respects. Many of the engines had the numbers blackened out, but some were identifiable with the number plates or had numbers chalked on the engines. One such engine was Class A 1232 which was the engine to pull the last time freight from Cincinnati in 1956, and we see it at the engine washer in Portsmouth in 1958. Our show takes us to Portsmouth to see steam operations in the yard during October 1958, and then again for a final visit in January 1959. J class engines were kept there on standby to protect the passenger trains. We see one such light engine at Batavia in the form of 601 in October 1958. In July 1959 we ride an excursion train from Roanoke-Bluefield- Cedar Bluff with Class A 1240, and Class Y6b 2174. After this we take a trip to Williamson in April 1960) to see 0-8-0 action just a couple weeks before the fires were dropped on N&W steam in that town, the last place for N&W steam. If some of you have the "Norfolk & Western Steam Freights" some of these visits will look familiar cause Warren Scholl was with Don on these outings. However, I can tell you the footage all different, as at Williamson Don stayed near the depot and got moves there, while Warren was elsewhere. There are scenes I never recalling seeing before since Don had shot them. There is a lot here, and nice variety. Its not shot after shot of mainline steam blasting by, but rather as we say...Norfolk and Western transitioning from steam to diesel, as we see everything from steam runs, to diesels hauling dead steam engines, and visits to some of the last steam areas on the N&W. Its a nice historic chronicle which we are happy to preserve for others to enjoy!

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NORFOLK SOUTHERN STEAM VOL 1 GREG SCHOLL 60 minutes

Experience the excitement of 4-8-4 Class J #611 and 2-6-6-4 #1218 on former Norfolk and Western trackage once more. This "Pure N&W" tape covers these locomotives throughout the system from Roanoke to Cincinnati and north from Portsmouth on the Columbus line. You'll enjoy highlights of trips shot between 1987 and 1989 on many different operating days

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NORFOLK SOUTHERN STEAM FREIGHTS GREG SCHOLL 45 minutes

As the third tape in our Norfolk Southern Steam collection we have a very unique video showing some of the NS engines on freight trips. Many times the engines would be sent to the next city for a trip, and the excursion coaches would already be there from another trip, and the engines would need a train for braking purposes.

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NORTHERN PACIFIC - FAREWELL TO STEAM GREG SCHOLL 30 minutes

In the early 1950's steam locomotives were being replaced rapidly by diesels on most railroads and Northern Pacific was no exception. Fortunately photographers like Mr. Maynard Laing, of Bellevue, Washington chronicled many of the final days of steam in his area including the famous Casey Jones excursions with some of the last NP steamers in the Seattle area. Northern Pacific 4-6-0 #1372 is one of the stars of the program as it operates on the an excursion from Seattle in December 1956, followed by two more excursions in 1957 including the line to North Bend, Washington. This scenic line, with many high wooden trestles and light rail, was suited for 1372 which operated in this area in freight service (a scene from the video is our cover painting at Woodinville Tank in freight service by Patrick Haskett). Photographer Laing's longtime friend Elwin Purington has supplied us with authentic NP sounds to use with the original 16mm film and the real sounds of NP engines makes this a historically significant video. In one scene 1372 passes the famous Snoqualmie falls and you feel like you are right there.Besides the 1372 there is some earlier footage around Seattle which includes the famous Timken engine 4-8-4 #2626 at the Seattle engine facility, and engine 1911 on the Turntable and on a train headed for Tacoma. Additional scenes show a 4-6-6-4 on the turntable at Spokane, and a few other odds and ends. All the engines in this video have since been scrapped, as 1372 was scrapped shortly after the last trip shown on this video.

$ 23.75
PASSENGER TRAINS ON THE C&TS GREG SCHOLL 97 minutes

The Cumbres and Toltec Railroad stretches 64 miles and features a variety of trackage and scenery. We are trackside to see a lot of different views starting in Antonito and progressing to Cumbres via Osier. After watching a few scenes down toward Chama, we video trains in a westerly direction from Chama. Sometimes there are two different scenes at the same location, made on different days with different locomotive numbers. Three different K-36 lomomotives are featured in this show. There is nice variety here, and the 4% grade from Chama to Cumbres produces some great sights and sounds as the trains work hard to make the 4% grade over Cumbres Pass. We will also see one train that has mechanical issues and the employees make a fix on the spot. This show is full of great runbys in superb scenery with great locomotives that have a superb sound to them.

$ 23.75
PENNSY STEAM GREG SCHOLL 60 minutes

Pennsy Steam is primarily a vintage show consisting of 8mm color steam films by Warren W. Scholl, and late 1930's B&W films shot professionally of steam tests and other interesting things. In addition we have included 1987 sound video of the first test run of K4 number 1361 out of Altoona. It only ran a few trips in its second career.

$ 27.75
PRAIRIE RAILS GREG SCHOLL 57 minutes

This show is well done like all the other shows orignally produced by Rail Innovations. They headed to Saskatchewan and Manitoba for action on both CN and CP mainlines, plus see the CANADIAN make a night stop in Melville, SASK. We also see CP action on the line from North Portal to Moose Jaw, which is the line to the border with the USA. On the branch lines we see the CN branch west of Regina to Avonlea. Then we head to he Lewvan Branch which uses the uniquely Canadian GMD1 owned by the Canadian National. We see both the 2 axel, and 3 axel versions in service on this 60 pound rail branch. We also get to see classic grain elevator footage including vintage trucks delivering grain, and dumping it, plus grain being loaded into rail cars. We sadly see the demise of one on this line as well. This line is now gone, so its historical in many ways. ext we visit the Arcola Subdivision on CP Rail, before heading to the Kalium Potash Mine area to see both CP and CN trains which service this busy plant.

$ 23.75
RAYONIER - THE LAST STEAM LOGGER GREG SCHOLL 30 minutes

Maynard Laing ventured to Washington's Olympic Penninsula to capture the end of an era, with steam locomotives working the forests hauling out fresh log trains to the mill. The Rayonier mainline was 45 miles long, and featured several serviceable engines including articulated 2-6-6-2's. Two of them are seen on log trains including #14 and ex-Sierra Railway #38

$ 23.75

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