|Great Alaska Train Adventure [VHS]
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Lowest used price: $3.00
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|GM's Geeps in Action [VHS]
Lowest used price: $32.00
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.
|Hudson River Thunder [VHS]
Explore the railroads of the Hudson River valley as it winds through some of the most beautiful scenery in the East! Hudson River Thunder covers both banks of the river: you'll see the Metro North and Amtrak Hudson Line passenger trains on the east bank and CSX River Line freights on the opposite bank. Other railroading highlights include scenic Bear Mountain, the famous tunnels at Breakneck and Garrison, and serene Iona Island. 60 minutes; VHS; all-digital format; color; stereo sound.
|Showdown on Lake Erie: Conrail vs. Norfolk Southern between Cleveland and Buffalo [VHS]
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Watch drama build on the shores of Lake Erie as Conrail and Norfolk Southern battle for dominance. Since the days of New York Central and Nickel Plate, power and speed have defined these arch-rivals! Showdown on Lake Erie captures all the Run-8 action as they go head to head on 175 miles of heart pounding, fast-running mainline between Buffalo, New York, and Cleveland, Ohio. Also features Bessemer & Lake Erie. 60 minutes, VHS, all-digital format, color, stereo sound.
|Sand Patch: CSX Battles the Alleghenies [VHS]
Lowest used price: $24.89
This amazing video travels the CSX main line between Cumberland, Maryland, and the summit of the Alleghenies at Sand Patch, Pennsylvania. Hear the thunder of giant CSX freights—auto-racks, intermodals, and general freight—as they attack the mountain grade. Colorful commentary from noted B&O historian John Hankey tells the story of the line with archival images. VHS; color; stereo; 60 minutes.
|Canada's Canyon Conquest [VHS]
Lowest used price: $18.18
Witness rival railroads CN and CP in the breathtaking Fraser and Thompson River canyons between Hope and Ashcroft, British Columbia. Here, Canada’s stunning Coast Mountain Range frames massive unit coal trains, colorful merchandise freights, and the elegant Rocky Mountaineer passenger train. Narrated by Trains Editor Kevin P. Keefe. 60 minutes; VHS; all-digital; color; stereo sound
|Union Pacific's Moffat Line [VHS]
Stirring images and eye-catching graphics collide with insightful commentary to unravel the history, operations, and rolling stock of the Union Pacific's Moffat Line - 130 miles of breathtaking railroad between Denver and Bond, Colorado. Narrated by TRAINS Editor Kevin P. Keefe. 60 minutes; VHS; all-digital format; color; stereo sound.
|Trains On Location - Mojave Mainline: BNSF in the Desert [VHS]
Takes you through beautifully exotic desert scenery as the BNSF Needles Sub covers 168 miles of double-track main line from Needles to Barstow, California. See westbound trains with BNSF helpers attack Goffs Hill—28 brutal miles of 1.4% grad and the hot junction of Daggett, where a flood of UP trains joins BNSF's own trains.
|Powder River Showdown: BNSF and Union Pacific in Coal Country [VHS]
America’s last great railroad frontier takes center stage in Powder River Showdown, where America’s two Western giants — Burlington Northern Santa Fe and Union Pacific — serve the rich coal mines of eastern Wyoming. Witness a thundering parade of countless BNSF and UP coal trains roaring along double-, triple-, and even four-track main lines.