|America's Historic Steam Railroads: Georgetown Loop Railroad [VHS]
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|Ghost Trains of the Old West Vol.2 [VHS]
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VHS tape vg in factory slip sleeve as seen. We ship worldwide from San Francisco bay area.
|Last Train Across Canada [VHS]
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Last Train Across Canada [VHS]
- Last Train Across Canada [VHS]
|Century of Lionel Trains [VHS]
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This two-tape set takes an in-depth and loving look at the history of the Lionel model trail company, from its inception in 1900 on into the present. Along the way, collectors share their stories of what the trains mean to them and how they have affected their live. Hosted by broadcaster/Lionel collector Tom Snyder.
|Steam Across America [VHS]
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Take a trip through time to the golden age of steam.Steam Power was the backbone of many railroad systems through the later 1950's. And through this unique program you get to experience over 20 steam locomotives in action with the full power of original soundtracks.
|Michael Palin's Irish Railway Journey: Derry to Kerry [VHS]
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Shirley Temple: Pardon My Pups
|Railway to Heaven [VHS]
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Railway to Heaven tells the story of thirteen churches in railroad cars that prowled rural America searching for souls to save for more than half a century. Included are many rare photos of Chapel Cars as well as motion picture footage of Baptist car Emmanuel in service in Colorado in 1935. Learn from appearances by Fr. Herman Page of the Episcopal Church, Father Kenneth Velo, president of the Catholic Church Extension Society, and Mr. Ken Giacoletto, president of the American Baptist Assembly and guardian of chapel Car Grace. Don't miss the model chapel car built by Fr. Page. The production includes footage of two existing cars: Catholic car St. Paul and Baptist car Grace as well as much historic railroad motion picture footage.
Operated by Catholic, Episcopal and Baptist organizations, these chapel cars were hauled by both freight and passenger trains from 1890 to the 1940s. Missionaries and priests started new churches in over 3,000 towns and ministered in rail towns where crime, gambling and prostitution were rampant. They faced opposition and suffered personal hardships. Chapel cars were caught in hurricanes, struck by lightning, set afire and surrounded by floods.
The first chapel car was the Episcopal Cathedral Car of North Dakota built in 1890. Two more Episcopal cars would roam the wilds of Michigan. In 1891, the American Baptist Publication Society built Evangel, the first of seven cars. Cars were promoted by posters, much like circuses of the day. The Catholic Church Extension Society would build three chapel cars.
|Garden Railroading [VHS]
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|GM's Geeps in Action [VHS]
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Classic Trains Magazine brings you the compelling story of "everyman's locomotive," General Motors' "Geeps." Conceived in the late 1940s as a simple branchline engine, the Geep road-switcher proved itself in all types of railroad service, from mainline freight and passenger trains to switching service. Join us as we follow the development of the Geep, from the first GP7s in 1949 to the last units built, the 1,800 horsepower GP18s. Includes great archival images, vintage color film footage, and commentary from knowledgeable experts. 60 minutes; VHS; all-digital; color; stereo sound.
|Colorado's Joint Line [VHS]
Visit 119 miles of railroad jointly operated by BNSF and Union Pacific. Stirring images, insightful commentary, and eye-catching graphics reveal the history, operations, and rolling stock of this amazing line. See scenic hotspots such as Palmer Lake, Castle Rock, and the abandoned “fly-overs” where the old Santa Fe crossed over rival Denver & Rio Grande Western. 60 minutes, VHS, all-digital format, color, stereo sound.