Trains The Golden Age of Trains, Volume 5
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- Run Time: 2 hours
- Video: Black & White / Color
- Encoding: Region 0 (Worldwide)
- Released: March 7, 2017
- Originally Released: 1934
- Label: Alpha Video
Description by OLDIES.com:
EASTBOUND (1930): From Seattle's docks to the windy streets of Chicago, take a transcontinental journey on the North Coast Limited.
WHEELS A' ROLLING (1934): A document of the 1934 Chicago Railroad Fair, in which the history of locomotives was reenacted by performers alongside vintage trains of the era. The film concludes with a parade of modern diesel engines.
THE RAILROAD SIGNAL (1948): The New York Central presents a look at advancements in railroad signaling, including some great views of the Art Deco-styled Buffalo Central Terminal.
THE FREIGHT YARD (1948): Part of the NYC's "Running the Railroad" series, this educational film shows the importance of freight yards to the nation's economy.
OPENING A NEW FRONTIER (1955): In this film made by the Pennsylvania Railroad, learn how far transcontinental travel has come in 100 years as we follow a freight train from Chicago to New York.
MR. DODDS GOES TO COLORADO (1958): Mr. and Mrs. Dodds take a sightseeing tour on the Denver Zephyr train. From their window, Mr. Dodds takes brilliant color home movies of Colorado...if Mrs. Dodds can just keep her husband's camera away from a pair of shapely young ladies on vacation!
- Sales Rank: 4,392
- UPC: 089218792297
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