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RIDING THE C&TS - BLU-RAY GREG SCHOLL 64 minutes

The Cumbres and Toltec Scenic Railroad is the longest and highest Narrow Gauge steam railroad in the United States. This video takes you on that ride from the eastern terminus of Antonito westbound to Chama. The trip starts with some highlights of a cab ride in 489, then we move to the coaches and gondola for scenes from the train the rest of the way. En route you will see highlights of the trip taking us through the famous Whiplash Curve, Big Horn Peak, Mud Tunnel, Phantom Curve with its interesting rock formations, Toltec Tunnel and Gorge, and eventually Cumbres Pass. We stop at Osier for a hot lunch at the dining hall where folks get a choice of meals with their train ticket. We see 487 on the eastbound train as we arrive. Then after taking water we continue west through the Los Pinos valley, around Tanglefoot Curve and arrive at the summit of the railroad at 10,015 feet elevation. After a brief stop there we continue down the steep 4% grade with spectacular views of Windy Point where we had just traveled, and down into the valley that includes Cresco Tank, and Lobato Trestle. We then cross the Chama River and enter Chama, NM passing the yards and stop at the depot. We tried to not only show the scenery but many shots with the train and engine in the scenes since this railroad alignment is so unusual with all its loops and elevation changes. There are some fall colors as well. This video will make a great souvenir of your trip, or make you want to book a ticket to ride it yourself some day.

$ 27.75
RIO GRANDE SOUTHERN MEMORIES GREG SCHOLL 49 minutes

There are a lot of books out on the Rio Grande Southern but few videos. This rare footage comes from 3 or 4 different photographers. Most is 8mm, but some is 16mm. We begin with a 1947 fantrip over Narrow Gauge country organized by Nolan Black for a California group. We see two days of material on the Rio Grande Southern portion of their trip. We see engine 20 west of Rico, where it is traded for engine 455 for the run to Ridgeway. The following day 455 heads back to Rico where we see 20 about to take-over as our coverage ends. Lots of neat stuff on this two day trip including all the highlight spots like Ophir, and the other icon locations. There are brief trackside views of engine 41, and a freight with 461 and 464, plus a couple of the geese which is 16mm black and white. The rest of the footage is all color. On one trip we see a freight with 20 and then get some shots of goose 5. The next day one of the group rides number 5 from Rico. There is a charter by 4 railfans of goose number 3 which goes to Telluride, then to Lizard Head. This 1951 trip has a freight with 461 following about a mile or less behind them, making for some interesting action shots. There are plenty of onboard shots on the excursion trains, plus on the goose trips, so you really get a great feel for this remote railroad. There is just enough trackside action to break-up the riding, as they stop for a few runbys, or throw switches. Maps guide you along the way for each segment. Here is a video you won't find anywhere else.

$ 27.75
RIO GRANDE STANDARD GAUGE STEAM GREG SCHOLL 38 minutes

While there is a lot of Rio Grande Narrow Gauge film, Rio Grande Standard Gauge Steam is harder to come by. 1956 was the final year for standard gauge steam through the Rockies of Colorado and Utah on the Denver & Rio Grande Western Railroad. This bridge railroad handled freight and passengers mainly between Denver and Salt Lake City. This included the original mainline from Pueblo over Tennessee Pass to Minturn, and also the line through Moffat Tunnel that was originally the Denver & Salt Lake Railroad. We will see a variety of locations covering a little bit here and there throughout the system in this show. Locations include Minturn as we watch a 2-8-2 switch and refrigerator cars being iced during this time. Then we ride a passenger train up Tennessee Pass with a 4-8-4, and a 4-8-2 helper, and ride to beyond Salida. We stop in Salida later to enjoy some moves around the yard and engine facility including several L class 2-8-8-2's. Besides a 2-8-0 switching we also see the "Royal Gorge " passenger Train arrive with a 4-8-4, and a narrow gauge engine leaving for a branch line. Next we head west toward Tennessee Pass and see a 2-8-8-2 on a freight and then we are in Utah for a couple of scenes with Challenger 4-6-6-4's in action, including Soldier Summit. Next we backtrack a bit to Grand Junction and see the a diesel passenger train arrive(California Zephyr), and then see a 4-6-0 on a lessor known passenger train. From here we head to Tabernash, and see 3609 in rear helper service to Moffat Tunnel. Then we are riding the California Zephyr through Moffat tunnel and see a 2-8-8-2 on an empty coal train at the east portal. Next we visit Denver for a 2-8-0 switching, then the roundhouse where we see an L-series 2-8-8-2 being readied for action. Next we see this engine, number 3612 as a rear helper heading south toward Colorado Springs. Then we see a different train at Palmer Lake being serviced, and heading southward to Colorado Springs. A visit to Pueblo is also seen with action around the engine facility and passenger depot. We then see a rare train on La Veta Pass with a mid-train helper. These are older articulated engines than the newer L class engines we saw previously. We move west toward Alamosa, but first stop at Blanca and see some rare footage of 2-8-0 number 106 in action. This engine turned out to be the only Rio Grande Standard Gauge engine saved(Now at the Colorado Railroad Museum). This footage was shot by Warren Scholl in 1954. At Alamosa we see a little of the roundhouse with a narrow gauge engine, and a couple of standard gauge 2-8-0's number 1136, and 1161. We then chase 1136 on a freight to Monte Vista, which includes some nice pacing scenes. There is a ton of material packed into this show, and its fast paced, with not too much time spent in any one area, although a lot of areas are covered.

$ 27.75
RIO GRANDE'S THIRD DIVISION GREG SCHOLL 54 minutes

The Gunnison line over Marshall Pass and the Monarch Branch were a part of the D&RGW(Rio Grande) Third Division, which started at Salida, Colorado. In this video we see films from 6 different sources with 95% of it color. We begin in Gunnison and watch engines at the servicing area and see the roundhouse. Later we ride the caboose right behind helper 492 and leaving the helper station at Sargeant, Colorado 492 is the rear pusher, with two more K-37 class engines on the front. After the three engine train we move to Salida and see action on the Monarch Branch as they haul limestone trains from the mine back to Salida. The first segment is single engine trains, then 2-engine trains. In both instances the empties and loads must be split up at Maysville(ugrade), and Monarch(Downgrade return) because no more than 14 cars can fit in the stub of the Garfield switchback. We see this several times in the show, and great views shown including one half of the train moving with an engine on the middle section, and the other half moving at the lower segment after they were split. There is also good coverage from several photographers of the run to Monarch, as well as switching and making up trains, plus turning the engines on the wye. In some cases we have two different angles of the same scenes which is interesting. We also enjoy the Rotary Barrel Dumper which transfers the narrow gauge loads into the standard gauge cars for the last segment of their journey to Pueblo, Colorado. This facility is well documented. There are also cameo appearances of 2-8-0 #268 at the Chicago Worlds Fair in operation, plus a scene of the "Shavano" with engine 479 at Gunnison in the late 1930's. History and locations are either on the screen or narrated as we follow the action. Near the end of the program we see engine 489 on work trains, including when the Monarch line was converted to Standard Gauge.

$ 27.75
SIX MOTOR ALCOS GREG SCHOLL 90 minutes

This dvd is a must for the ALCO diesel fan. The first show captures the CP 4500's and 4700's working container trains and general freight between Montreal and Detroit. We see behind the scenes, aboard the trains, and trackside views. There is good coverage inside the cabs of these big Alcos on the CPR. There are some meets and a scene exiting the Detroit River tunnel in Windsor, among other things. This show has a lot to offer. The other program is "Alco's in the Highlands, which takes you to Nova Scotia with spectacular east coast scenery. You will see hard working 6 motor Alcos hauling 100 car trains and are captured trackside as well is in the cab of the trains along the various portions of the Cape Britain, and Centrai Nova Scotia line. Most of the ALCOS are ex CN power.

$ 23.75
SNOW BUSTING GREG SCHOLL 93 minutes

Three trips from 2014-16 on the C&TS plowing, and flanger OJ on photo specials. Dramatic plowing scenes including on the train, and trackside surprises. Also see freight train run-bys. Dramatic rare steam action!

$ 23.75
SOUTHERN PACIFIC VINTAGE STEAM GREG SCHOLL 60 minutes

This program was original intended to be on the East Bay Area of Californina, but it has been widened to include other things. We begin in San Jose, California, and work our way up to Oakland. Many commuter trains with Pacific's are seen, as well as war-time black Daylights, Cab Forward's, 4-8-2's, and smaller power on locals. Then we divert to the Altamont Pass line and see several Cab Forward articulateds, and even a 4-10-2 leading one train. Then we continue to Oakland, and see some trains around San Francisco before heading eastward along San Pablo Bay, and a visit to the San Ramos Branch and see some old film of smaller branch line operations. Next we have a Daylight section with a variety of films of Daylight trains in action, mostly with Daylight paint. Next we move to a segment that is east of Los Angeles and includes a lot of 30's and 1940's material mostly on the line to El Paso. There is a wide variety of train action in this segment. Next we see a variety of various SP images before closing out the show with several scenes of 4-6-2 2467 en route to Sacramento in 1999, and with 2472 at Hunters Point in 2001. There is something for everyone in this show, especially if you like SP Steam.

$ 27.75
SP FAN TRIPS GREG SCHOLL 71 minutes

Our look at SP Steam Fantrips starts in 1951 and ends in 1958 with the final SP steam fantrip. We will enjoy Cab Forwards, 4-8-2's, 4-8-4's including 4443 and 4460, 4-6-0's, 2-8-0's, AC9 articulated engine, 4-10-2's and 4-6-2 pacifics including 2475. There is a wide variety of trackage seen which includes seeing some steam in regular service from the excursions. There are several trips where multiple engines were used during the day, or over several days. It is really amazing to see all this different steam power, and the variety of destinations. On one trip from Oakland to Santa Cruz there were 3 engines used each way. Toward the end of steam we see some trips with 4-8-4 4443, 4-6-2 2475, and 1744 and 4460 which was the final engine to operate on SP mainline trackage. This engine is now at the Museum of Transport in St. Louis. We have included all the dates of these trips and as much info on the excursions and engines as possible. This is a really fine show of steam that does the Southern Pacific proud. The collection comes from Ken Shattock and a variety of photographers, including his grandfather Victor Shattock. Maps help guide you along the various routes. We know you will enjoy this one very much with its great variety and solid documentation of the trips that once operated over the former SP rails.

$ 27.75
RIO GRANDE'S THIRD DIVISION GREG SCHOLL 56 minutes

Our SP Steam show begins with 1930's black and white footage in the Tehachapi range which includes riding in the cab of a cab forward, number 4100. Then we enjoy some color and black and white footage of ferries in the San Francisco Bay then ride the famous Coast Daylight from Los Angeles toward San Francisco, including some meets, and a helper over Cuesta Grade. This footage is black and white and Color. We move to the Sierra Nevada and see mainly Cab Forwards in pusher service with Black Widow F-units up front. A little viewed area is the Siskiyou Line which splits from the mainline at Black Butte. We ride trains 327 and 328 in this mountain region just before those trains were terminated. There is a wide variety of action in the Bay Area including Oakland, Oakland Mole Station, West Oakland diamond, engine service area, and San Francisco, where we ride a train to Los Gatos, and see other action. At West Oakland Roundhouse we see the now famous GS4 4-8-4 number 4449 in "Warbaby" black livery without the skirts. Our final segment is a parade of trains and transportation for the celebration opening the Los Angeles Union Passenger Station in 1939. There are Southern Pacific, Union Pacific and Santa Fe locomotives in this segment. Much of the footage is from original 8mm silent movies from the Ken Shattock Collection. We have it professionally transferred to video, and its now all on this DVD. Music and informative historical narration have been added, and we think you will find this to be a great addition to your steam library. Mostly color but some black and white.

$ 27.75
SPECIAL TRAINS ON THE C&TS GREG SCHOLL 87 minutes

This video has some unusual material since the meat of the show centers around 3 main trips. First we see an Enginner/Fireman school freight with engine 489 on a misty day that creates some neat fog scenes with the train emerging from the clouds. This train operated from Chama to Cumbres and the sound in these conditions was really nice. We finish this segment at Cumbres as 489 departs headed to Antonito. The second portion is another Engineer/Fireman School train, but this time it is 487 powering another freight for the "Advanced" engineer school train. We will see a bit of switching with this train at Cumbres. This train left very early from Chama, and produced some of the best lighting conditions for our entire trip with the low sun angles. From Jukes Tree at the Chama River Bridge to Cumbres this is one to really enjoy on a perfect day.Next we have a special little segment regarding Cresco with one scene, that relates to a light engine that needed to take over for an out-of-service locomotive. We don't want to spoil this with too much info so you have something to look forward to. We will also see a bit of switching with engine 484 in the Chama yard, and see some shots of 484 turning on the wye. The final segment is actually out of order a bit, but seemed like a nice way to end things. This was the final Sunset Train of the year on the Cumbres and Toltec Scenic Railroad. The idea is to leave Chama late in the afternoon once the regular train arrives and is turned, and then head to Cumbres. This train departs around 5:30 and on a clear day like we had some unusual lighting presents itself as the train works hard on the 4% climb to Cumbres. 487 does the honors on this one and we see it at Windy Point, then again backing the train into the tail of the wye where folks will detrain for a meal in the Cumbres Pavilion.

$ 23.75
SPECIAL TRAINS ON THE C&TS - BLU-RAY GREG SCHOLL 87 minutes

This video has some unusual material since the meat of the show centers around 3 main trips. First we see an Enginner/Fireman school freight with engine 489 on a misty day that creates some neat fog scenes with the train emerging from the clouds. This train operated from Chama to Cumbres and the sound in these conditions was really nice. We finish this segment at Cumbres as 489 departs headed to Antonito. The second portion is another Engineer/Fireman School train, but this time it is 487 powering another freight for the "Advanced" engineer school train. We will see a bit of switching with this train at Cumbres. This train left very early from Chama, and produced some of the best lighting conditions for our entire trip with the low sun angles. From Jukes Tree at the Chama River Bridge to Cumbres this is one to really enjoy on a perfect day.Next we have a special little segment regarding Cresco with one scene, that relates to a light engine that needed to take over for an out-of-service locomotive. We don't want to spoil this with too much info so you have something to look forward to. We will also see a bit of switching with engine 484 in the Chama yard, and see some shots of 484 turning on the wye. The final segment is actually out of order a bit, but seemed like a nice way to end things. This was the final Sunset Train of the year on the Cumbres and Toltec Scenic Railroad. The idea is to leave Chama late in the afternoon once the regular train arrives and is turned, and then head to Cumbres. This train departs around 5:30 and on a clear day like we had some unusual lighting presents itself as the train works hard on the 4% climb to Cumbres. 487 does the honors on this one and we see it at Windy Point, then again backing the train into the tail of the wye where folks will detrain for a meal in the Cumbres Pavilion.

$ 27.75
STEAM MEMORIES OF ONTARIO GREG SCHOLL 55 minutes

This video has nearly an hour of great steam action on CN and CP during the steam era. There is just about every class of engine imaginable that was running near the end of the steam era. First we see Canadian National power including smaller engines, then moving all the way through the other medium size engines to the larger 2-8-2's, 4-8-2's, and 4-8-4's. In addition to these we also see the 4-6-4 Hudsons which had a distinctive tender. There were only a few of these racehorse engines built. In the 4-8-2 and 4-8-4's you will see the regular ones as well as the shrouded(streamlined)ones. These would be the 6060 series 4-8-2's and the 6400 series 4-8-4's. Its quite a nice variety with good action scenes of most all the classes. Next we see CPR engines with smaller ones and work our way through 4-6-0's, 2-8-0's, 2-8-2's, 4-6-2's, and 4-6-4 Hudsons. As I recall there is even one 4-4-4 Jubilee. There are a variety of the 4-6-2 pacifics, including the G3 types and G5's, and several of the early Hudsons, and of course the Royal Hudsons. Here again we get to see a great variety of steam including some doubleheaders, and are entertained by some of the accounts on certain runs by some of the men who were there.

$ 23.75
STEAM TO SILVERTON GREG SCHOLL 90 minutes

In the middle of September we ride the Durango and Silverton Narrow Gauge Railroad between both those towns in the Colorado Rockies. Located near the four corners region of Southwestern Colorado this 45 mile former branch line of the Denver and Rio Grande Western railroad has operated continually since 1882. Today we ride in the glass- topped premium car, the "Knight Sky", and we capture for you the majority of the highlights along the journey. With great views through the windows and ceiling one can see pretty well. However, we shot most of the footage from the end platforms where the view is better and allows us to see not only the scenery but the engine and train ahead of us in the scenery. There are great views looking along the highline cliff, down into the Animas Gorge, crossing High Bridge(One of 5 bridges), and following the Animas River close-enough you can hear the roaring rapids next to us. We also stop several times for water and to drop off some passengers. Our locomotive is K-36 2-8-2 number 480 for this journey. The video coverage is northward (Railroad West) from Durango to Silverton, where we arrive passing the old depot and stop at the end of track in the street of this old mining town. We will also give some of the history of the railroad along the route. Maps and narration along with screen titles give you locations and points of interest along the route. This famous train ride is not to be missed, and this video will let the viewer enjoy it many times over.

$ 23.75
STEAM TO SILVERTON-BLU-RAY GREG SCHOLL 90 minutes

In the middle of September we ride the Durango and Silverton Narrow Gauge Railroad between both those towns in the Colorado Rockies. Located near the four corners region of Southwestern Colorado this 45 mile former branch line of the Denver and Rio Grande Western railroad has operated continually since 1882. Today we ride in the glass- topped premium car, the "Knight Sky", and we capture for you the majority of the highlights along the journey. With great views through the windows and ceiling one can see pretty well. However, we shot most of the footage from the end platforms where the view is better and allows us to see not only the scenery but the engine and train ahead of us in the scenery. There are great views looking along the highline cliff, down into the Animas Gorge, crossing High Bridge(One of 5 bridges), and following the Animas River close-enough you can hear the roaring rapids next to us. We also stop several times for water and to drop off some passengers. Our locomotive is K-36 2-8-2 number 480 for this journey. The video coverage is northward (Railroad West) from Durango to Silverton, where we arrive passing the old depot and stop at the end of track in the street of this old mining town. We will also give some of the history of the railroad along the route. Maps and narration along with screen titles give you locations and points of interest along the route. This famous train ride is not to be missed, and this video will let the viewer enjoy it many times over.

$ 27.75
SUNSET OF CANADIAN NATIONAL STEAM GREG SCHOLL 30 minutes

Renowned photographer Newton Rossiter captured this black and white footage on 16mm film during 1959 that included some of the last runs of steam in Ontario, Canada. We see some of the big 4-8-4's in both freight and passenger service, and includes a scene of one 4-8-4 number 6242 going on the turntable and into the roundhouse under steam for the very last time, before its fire was put out inside. We also see a nice 4-8-4 doubleheader, and two scenes of 4-6-4 Hudsons on passenger trains. We also get a scene of streamlined 4-8-4 number 6402, and the next to last commuter train to operate steam with 6219. The last steam ended in Ontario on April 21-22 1959. Then we move west to Manitoba in June of 1959 to see a variety of 4-6-0's, 2-8-0's, 2-8-2's, 4-6-2's, and various 4-8-2's including the semi-streamlined 6060 series in freight and passenger operations. Most footage here is shot between Winnipeg and Portage la Prairie which includes St. James Tower. The show concludes with a winter fantrip of 4-8-4 6167 in the winter operating in Ontario.

$ 19.50
SUPERIOR RAILROADING GREG SCHOLL 87 minutes

There is no more desolate place on the Canadian Pacific Railway Mainline that 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 this show you will 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 harsh winter season. This is nonstop mainline action with a great variety of power including a few ALCOS which are seen as well as the normal SD40-2's.

$ 23.75
THE LEGENDARY CANADIAN GREG SCHOLL 55 minutes

The Legendary Canadian had its inaugural run on April 24, 1955 and with the introduction of this classic stainless steel train, it has been in a class of its own. Even today these coaches are still in operation for VIA RAIL CANADA, using the same cars that were originally ordered for Canadian Pacific. The DVD consists of two main segments. First is a 20 minute show that was made by Canadian Pacific when the train first ran, and shows a trip across the country with sound and narration as a publicity film in 1955. You see everything from onboard to spectacular trackside views as it travels west toward Vancouver. The second part of the dvd is "Working Number 1" which gives you a behind the scenes look at the people and efforts necessary to keep the "Canadian" going under VIA RAIL ownership. You will see the shops, in the station, trackside, and aboard the train, prior to and during much of No. 1's first leg from Toronto to Capreol. This includes all aspects of the jobs onboard the train and you will see views from the engine cab. This was shot and mastered on broadcast video equipment and with great production equipment. There is also a short film "The New Budd Train" which is a newsreel program with trackside, aerial, and onboard film footage showing the "Canadian" being tested behind Reading F-units in the Philadelphia area.

$ 23.75
TRACKSIDE ON THE D&S GREG SCHOLL 77 minutes

Most of our videos are scenes of the steam trains in action from off the train. This is one of those videos that allows you to see the train as it passes and in some of the scenery the average person would see riding the train from that perspective. As such this is a nice companion video to "Steam to Silverton" since we are not on the train but watching it from the outside. There are two trains per day from Durango, and we enjoy scenes leaving Durango, and from a mountain perch overlooking Durango and the river with a great perspective. The train travels for several miles on level track before climbing Hermosa Hill between Hermosa Tank and Rockwood. We see several scenes in this region including Hermosa, Highway 250, plus others. In addition we have a neat scene at Beaver Creek Canyon, sometimes called the "Little High Line"(See cover shot). We also drove to Silverton one day, and got both trains in the area, including one along the river, and another passing the old depot. There are also some scenes backing and on the wye where engines are serviced and turned for the return trip. On the return trips we have scenes at Rockwood through the cut, plus others between Rockwood and Durango in the glorious afternoon lighting. The weather was perfect with clear blue sky for all these scenes on the railroad. If all that wasn't enough we have also included a segment riding the train where we show a few scenes along the Animas River above Tacoma, then at High Bridge, and along the High Line in the late afternoon showing the cliffs and Animas River Gorge below. Hard working steam action awaits in this show.

$ 23.75
TRACKSIDE ON THE D&S - BLU-RAY GREG SCHOLL 77 minutes

Most of our videos are scenes of the steam trains in action from off the train. This is one of those videos that allows you to see the train as it passes and in some of the scenery the average person would see riding the train from that perspective. As such this is a nice companion video to "Steam to Silverton" since we are not on the train but watching it from the outside. There are two trains per day from Durango, and we enjoy scenes leaving Durango, and from a mountain perch overlooking Durango and the river with a great perspective. The train travels for several miles on level track before climbing Hermosa Hill between Hermosa Tank and Rockwood. We see several scenes in this region including Hermosa, Highway 250, plus others. In addition we have a neat scene at Beaver Creek Canyon, sometimes called the "Little High Line"(See cover shot). We also drove to Silverton one day, and got both trains in the area, including one along the river, and another passing the old depot. There are also some scenes backing and on the wye where engines are serviced and turned for the return trip. On the return trips we have scenes at Rockwood through the cut, plus others between Rockwood and Durango in the glorious afternoon lighting. The weather was perfect with clear blue sky for all these scenes on the railroad. If all that wasn't enough we have also included a segment riding the train where we show a few scenes along the Animas River above Tacoma, then at High Bridge, and along the High Line in the late afternoon showing the cliffs and Animas River Gorge below. Hard working steam action awaits in this show.

$ 27.75
UNION PACIFIC IN THE 90'S GREG SCHOLL 71 minutes

This visit to Union Pacific territory was mainly from two visits in 1995 and 1999. In 1995 we explore a few scenes at Creston, Wyoming, the crest of the continental divide. Then the next day we get lucky and find out the last Centennial Number 6936 is on a freight from Denver to North Platte. We catch up to it around Point of Rocks and chase it on to North Platte. Along the way we see additional freight trains on a somewhat rainy day. We also got invited into the cab of the 6936 which was the middle unit for a look around inside. Next we see a train passing from inside the SD60M as the train is stopped for a meet. Along the way we also see a unit hopper train with red SD70 demonstrators as distributed power. This was a fun day seeing this one-of-a-kind and largest diesel in the world in action. Next we are in Rock Springs, Wyoming in 1999, to see a deadhead move of UP Steamers 3985(Live in steam), hauling 844(not in steam) and the support equipment for the steam program. They are returning from Sacramento after Railfair 1999, and a SD60 leads the train, so we keep with the theme of UP In The 90's for the diesel fan, but the steamers get this cameo look. We see some other UP freights along this route and we peal off near Green River. The final segment is a 1999 visit to the hot spot of Gibbon, Nebraska. This is where the line from Cheyenne splits to go either to Omaha or Kansas City. We get there on a lovely July 5th morning and witness a variety of action, including a surprise visitor. In addition we see a lot of variety of motive power for SD40-2's on a rock train, to new power, and foreign power from other railroads. In this segment we were fortunate to get symbols and information for the majority of the trains we witness. It seemed like there was always a train coming or going during our visit.

$ 27.75
WESTERN STEAM LOGGERS GREG SCHOLL 64 minutes

Some of the most interesting railroad was the back-woods logging operations, and related short-lines that fed off wood products. This mostly 8mm and super 8mm footage is from mainly two different sources. There are several different operations shown as follows: Rayonier, Inc features 3 articulated engines including 2-6-2's #14, 38, 120, plus 2-8-0 #70 Klickitat Log and Lumber Shay #7 switching and hauling logs to the dump pond West Side Lumber, with narrow gauge Shay #10, hauling logs, and Standard Gauge Hiesler #3 Robert Dollar Company 2-6-2T(Tank Engine) switching cars at Glendale, Oregon Pickering Lumber Shays, Number 6,8, & 33, on log trains, plus more Special Excursion with Sierra 28, engine 3, and Pickering Shay #8 all in one day Feather River Railway switching with Shay #2, and then #3 on an early excursion. There is lots of variety in this fast-paced show with narration and music. Enjoy some of the last steam loggers in the United States in this historic video presentation.

$ 27.75
GRAND CANYON STEAM SPECTACLE Regularly $36.75 On sale until Feb 15th, 2017 or while supplies last.

HERRON DVD 1 hour 25 minutes

Great action of 2-8-2 4960 and 2-8-0. Alco FPA4 & GP7 in service in 1997. Both lineside and in-cab coverage of both steam locos & the Alco diesel. There is also rare footage of Santa Fe steam at Grand Canyon and GC Railway's 2-8-0's under previous owners in the 1950's.

Clearance item- this will not be restocked when sold out.

$ 30.00
RAILWAYS OF THE NORTHWEST AND BURLINGTON NORTHERN Regularly $36.75 On sale until Feb 15th, 2017 or while supplies last.

HERRON DVD - 55 minutes

This is a documentary of the empire built by James J. Hill of Great Northern, Northern Pacific, SP&S, and Chicago, Burlington & Quincy plus several other lines including some electric railway companies. It includes the construction of the Cascade Tunnel and many action views of all railroads right up to today's BN.

Clearance item- this will not be restocked when sold out.

$ 30.00
COLOR ON THE HILL - NS IN THE ALLEGHENIES J/O RAILROAD PRODUCTIONS 1 hour 20 minutes

This DVD features over 1 hour of action in the beautiful Allegheny Mountains of western Pennsylvania during the fall season as the leaves are changing on the tree. This program features the Norfolk Southern on the busy Pittsburgh Line between Horseshoe Curve and Cassandra Pensnylvania. The program also features maps, train details and narration

$ 23.75
COLOR ON THE HILL - NS IN THE ALLEGHENIES -BLU-RAY J/O RAILROAD PRODUCTIONS 1 hour 20 minutes BLU-RAY FORMAT

This DVD features over 1 hour of action in the beautiful Allegheny Mountains of western Pennsylvania during the fall season as the leaves are changing on the tree. This program features the Norfolk Southern on the busy Pittsburgh Line between Horseshoe Curve and Cassandra Pensnylvania. The program also features maps, train details and narration

$ 27.75
ERIE PENNSYLVANIA 2012 J/O RAILROAD PRODUCTIONS Over 1 hour

This DVD covers daily operations in Erie, PA in the summer of 2012. It features CSX and NS action as both railroads are directly beside each other through Erie.

$ 23.75
FEATURE SPOTS PART 1 ASHLAND, VA J/O RAILROAD PRODUCTIONS 1 hour 7 minutes

Welcome to Ashland, Virginia, enjoy rare street trackage going through this beautiful town that time has forgotten. Also a rare mix of steady Amtrak passenger and CSX trains. This DVD includes a map of the area along with train info.

$ 23.75
FEATURE SPOTS PART 1 ASHLAND, VA - BLU-RAY J/O RAILROAD PRODUCTIONS 1 hour 7 minutes BLU-RAY FORMAT

Welcome to Ashland, Virginia, enjoy rare street trackage going through this beautiful town that time has forgotten. Also a rare mix of steady Amtrak passenger and CSX trains. This DVD includes a map of the area along with train info.

$ 27.75
LONGEST DAY IN FOSTORIA J/O RAILROAD PRODUCTIONS Over 1 hour

Spend the longest day of the year of 2012 in Fostoria, Ohio with action on both CSX and Norfolk Southern.

$ 23.75
NORFOLK SOUTHERN 85 HOURS ON THE PITTSBURGH LINE J/O RAILROAD PRODUCTIONS

This DVD was filmed over several days in 2011 and 2012 and features action on the NS Pittsburgh Line between Harrisburg and Lewistown, PA.

$ 23.75
NORFOLK SOUTHERN HARRISBURG LINE J/O RAILROAD PRODUCTIONS 1 hour Maps & Narration

This DVD was filmed in 2010-2011 and covers the NS Harrisburg line from Wyomissing to Capitol Junction.

$ 23.75
NORFOLK SOUTHERN LILLY AND CASSANDRA J/O RAILROAD PRODUCTIONS approximately 1 hour

This DVD was filmed in the fall of 2011 and shows action on the Norfolk Southern's Pittsburgh Line at Lilly and Cassandra Pennsylvania.

$ 23.75
NORFOLK SOUTHERN PITTSBURGH LINE VOL 1 J/O RAILROAD PRODUCTIONS over 1 hour

This DVD features in depth coverage from Harrisburg to Lewistown. Includes maps, pictures and full details about each train and daily operations of the line.

$ 23.75
NORFOLK SOUTHERN PITTSBURGH LINE VOL 1 -BLU-RAY J/O RAILROAD PRODUCTIONS over 1 hour BLU-RAY FORMAT

This DVD features in depth coverage from Harrisburg to Lewistown. Includes maps, pictures and full details about each train and daily operations of the line.

$ 27.75
NORFOLK SOUTHERN PITTSBURGH LINE VOL 2 J/O RAILROAD PRODUCTIONS over 3 hours

This show will offer 3 hours of action on the Pittsburgh Line between Lewistown Pa, and Altoona PA. This 2 disc set will feature full maps and train symbols as well, and also guides you through the railroad town by town.

$ 40.75
NORFOLK SOUTHERN PITTSBURGH LINE VOL 2 -BLU-RAY J/O RAILROAD PRODUCTIONS over 3 hours BLU-RAY FORMAT

This show will offer 3 hours of action on the Pittsburgh Line between Lewistown Pa, and Altoona PA. This 2 disc set will feature full maps and train symbols as well, and also guides you through the railroad town by town.

$ 45.75
NS & CSX AROUND PITTSBURGH J/O RAILROAD PRODUCTIONS over 1 hour

This show covers operations on both the Norfolk Southern and CSX north of Pittsburgh, PA in and climbing out of the Ohio Valley.

$ 23.75
NS & CSX AROUND PITTSBURGH - BLU-RAY J/O RAILROAD PRODUCTIONS over 1 hour BLU-RAY FORMAT

This show covers operations on both the Norfolk Southern and CSX north of Pittsburgh, PA in and climbing out of the Ohio Valley.

$ 27.75
OHIO HOT SPOTS VOL 1 BEREA AND GREENWICH J/O RAILROAD PRODUCTIONS

Features over an hour and a half of operations in Berea, Ohio and Greenwich, Ohio. Many different railroads represented, along with train details and maps of both locations as well

$ 23.75
OHIO HOT SPOTS VOL 1 BEREA AND GREENWICH - BLU-RAY J/O RAILROAD PRODUCTIONS

Features over an hour and a half of operations in Berea, Ohio and Greenwich, Ohio. Many different railroads represented, along with train details and maps of both locations as well

$ 27.75
ALONG THE BRIDGE LINES TO MAYBROOK JOHN PECHULIS MEDIA 65 minutes

Along the Bridge Lines to Maybrook is a diverse collection of scenes over the Lehigh New England Railroad and Lehigh & Hudson River Railway sister bridge routes from the Lehigh Valley to Maybrook between the late 1940's and the 1970's. The Lehigh & New England portion focuses primarily on steam operations with a cab ride of the maiden run of the Alco FA diesels from Pen Argyl to Maybrook and return. Following the route of the Lehigh & Hudson River Railway, we'll view both steam and diesel operations to Maybrook.

$ 27.75
ALONG THE JERSEY CENTRAL VOLUME 1 JOHN PECHULIS MEDIA 59 minutes

The Jersey Central was an anthracite coal hauling railroad which extended from Jersey City to Scranton Pennsylvania. Known for its lady _Liberty herald and unique paint schemes, the Jersey Central was a favorite among railfans. In volume 1 of Along the Jersey Central, we_ll look at steam and first generation diesel operations from Jersey to Jim Thorpe, between the late 1940_s to the early 1960_s through the films of Charlie & Ken Bealer, the Randolph Kulp collection of the Lehigh Valley Chapter and the Arthur Angstadt collection. We begin with a steam farewell fan trip in Jersey and then proceed west to Phillipsburg, NJ and into Pennsylvania. In Pennsylvania, passenger and freight operations at Bethlehem Station, Bethlehem Engine Terminal, Allentown Yard, the Allentown Terminal Railroad and more are featured.

$ 27.75
ALONG THE JERSEY CENTRAL VOLUME 2 JOHN PECHULIS MEDIA 59 minutes

In volume 2 of Along the Jersey Central, we'll view freight and commuter operations on the east end of the Jersey Central in the 1960s, beginning at the water front and progressing west on the main line to Elizabethport, where we'll tour the Newark, Perth Amboy, Seashore and New York & Long branches.

$ 27.75
ALONG THE JERSEY CENTRAL VOLUME 3 JOHN PECHULIS MEDIA 64 minutes

In the third volume of Along the Jersey Central, well continue our tour of the Jersey Centrals freight and commuter operations across New Jersey in the 1960s, beginning at Spring Street Tower in Elizabethport and progressing west on the main line to Easton, Pennsylvania.

$ 27.75
ANTHRACITE RAILROADS OF THE 70'S VOL 1: READING WILMINGTON & NORTHERN BRANCH JOHN PECHULIS MEDIA 50 minutes

By the 1970's, the once thriving Anthracite roads were struggling to survive. The long decreasing demand for coal, along with a series of other contributing factors, left these roads in spiraling financial decline. These railroads managed to keep the freight rolling into the mid 70's with little resources available, but the die was cast and all the Anthracite roads would eventually be swept into Conrail in 1976. In the Anthracite Railroads in the 70's series, we'll look at the ailing operations of the Hard Coal Carriers in the final years before their inclusion into Conrail. We begin this series with the Reading Railroad's Wilmington and Northern Branch. We'll view the operations of the Joanna Jobs to Grace Mine and the RW or Reading to Wilmington jobs.

$ 27.75
ANTHRACITE RAILROADS OF THE 70'S VOL 2 LEHIGH VALLEY RAILROAD BOUND BROOK TO TREICHLERS JOHN PECHULIS MEDIA 76 minutes

By the 1970s, the once thriving Anthracite roads were struggling to survive. The long decreasing demand for coal, along with a series of other contributing factors, left these roads in spiraling financial decline. These railroads managed to keep the freight rolling into the mid 70s with little resources available, but the die was cast and all the Anthracite roads would eventually be swept into Conrail in 1976. In Volume 2 of the Anthracite Railroads in the 70s series, well look at the ailing operations of the Lehigh Valley Railroad from Bound Brook, New Jersey to Treichlers, Pennsylvania in the final years leading up to Conrail, including the joint Penn Central ore trains and D&H run through trains.

$ 27.75
ANTHRACITE RAILROADS OF THE 70'S VOL 3 LEHIGH VALLEY RAILROAD TREICHLERS TO LOCKWOOD NY JOHN PECHULIS MEDIA 84 minutes

By the 1970s, the once thriving Anthracite roads were struggling to survive. The long decreasing demand for coal, along with a series of other contributing factors, left these roads in spiraling financial decline. These railroads managed to keep the freight rolling into the mid 70s with little resources available, but the die was cast and all the Anthracite roads would eventually be swept into Conrail in 1976. In Volume 3 of the Anthracite Railroads in the 70s series, well continue our look at the ailing operations of the Lehigh Valley Railroad from Treichlers, Pennsylvania to Lockwood, New York in the last few years leading up to Conrail.

$ 27.75
CHESSIE SAND PATCH VOL 1 JOHN PECHULIS MEDIA 54 minutes

The historic Sand Patch grade and Sand Patch Tunnel on the former B&O Pittsburgh division draws railfans on a regular basis.Climbing north and west from Cumberland, Maryland the line travels 100 miles of grades and curves over the Allegheny Mountains to Pittsburgh, Pa. It is one of the steepest railroad grades in the East Coast, ascending more than 1,000 feet in elevation in about 20 miles from Hyndman, PA to the summit of the Allegheny Mountains. Near the summit is the well known Sand patch Tunnel. Construction on the original Sand Patch Tunnel began in 1854. It was rebuilt in 1871 and was expanded to accommodate two tracks in 1914. The tunnel is 4,475 feet long. This ex-B&O line became part of the Chessie System in 1972 when the Chesapeake & Ohio, Baltimore & Ohio, and Western Maryland railroads all came under common management. We_ll follow the Chessie_s varied freight trains as they battle their way from Cumberland, MD up the east slope to the Summit and down the west slope to Rockport, PA and back in June of 1978 with Jonathan Reck and friends. Popular locations include Cumberland, Hyndman, Mance, Sand Patch Tunnel, Keystone, Salisbury Viaduct, Yoders and Rockwood.

$ 27.75
CHESSIE SAND PATCH VOL 2 JOHN PECHULIS MEDIA 55 minutes

In Volume 2 of Chessie Sand Patch, we_ll revisit the treacherous Sand Patch route between 1982 and 1984. Though technically under the umbrella of the CSX Corporation since late 1980, the Chessie System continued to maintain its identity at this time and the busy train operations remained largely unchanged. We_ll follow the variety of freight trains as they struggle to conquer the grueling mountain grades from Cumberland to the west slope and back, and close with a brief visit to the Mountain Subdivision and the famous 17 mile grade.The most popular hot spots on the Sand Patch and Mountain Subdivisions are featured, including: Cumberland, Sand Patch, Hyndman, Fairhope, Mance, Salisbury Junction, Altamont, Wet Cut, Deer Park and more.

$ 27.75
CLASSIC MIDWEST RAILS VOL 1 JOHN PECHULIS MEDIA 59 minutes

The Classic Midwest Rails series showcases the exciting and diverse railroad action in the picturesque Midwest region from class one mainlines to branch lines, industrials and short line operations. In the first volume, well tour the mainline action on the Chicago Northwestern, Union Pacific, Grand Trunk Western and more from South Bend, Indiana to Freemont, Nebraska in 1980 through the films of Jonathan Reck. Jonathan Reck and friends planned a June Midwest trip with the intentions of capturing the last days of the Rock Island, the Burlington Northern E units on commuter service and to chase the Chicago Northwestern Falcon trains and Union Pacific DD 40x units to Bailey Yard in North Platte, Nebraska. Unfortunately, time ran out for the Rock Island and it ceased operations on March 31st, 1980. However, Jonathan and friends managed to capture exciting mainline action while evading 7 tornados during the trip.

$ 27.75

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