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TRACKS OF THE OLD SANTA FE VOLUME 1

We follow the old Santa Fe line from Cajon Pass Summit through Victorville and on to Barstow, California. We'll see the large classification yard and the newly restored depot. Then on to Needles, California and, Topock where the BNSF crosses the Colorado River.

We’ll visit locations such as Yuca as well as other beautiful desert locations shot in the low winter light and setting sun! Then we'll thoroughly explore Arizona's Kingman Canyon. Next we'll visit Kingman, Arizona along old Route 66. We'll follow the old Santa Fe tracks through Walapai, Hackberry, Valentine, and Seligman.

Then on to Williams Arizona and up the old Santa Fe branch line to the Grand Canyon Railroad and visit the seven wonders of the Grand Canyon.

60 Minutes--Dolby Digital 5.1 Surround

 

TRACKS OF THE OLD SANTA FE VOLUME 2

In Volume 2, we'll travel with the professional digital camera of Rich Scheid from Arizona's land of the setting sun and into New Mexico's land of enchantment. We'll start on the Peavine Line of the Phoenix Sub. and visit Wickenburg, Hell's Canyon, Little Hell's Canyon, Ash Fork, and Williams Arizona.

Then we'll join the main line and visit Flagstaff and keep working our way east through Canyon Diablo, Winslow, Holbrook, and the painted deserts and red rock formations of eastern Arizona. Then over the state line into New Mexico visiting Gallup, Red Rock State Park, and we will keep working our way east through this spectacular red rock territory the southwest indians call home and the Santa Fe Railroad adopted for their slogan's.

We'll visit many locations on our way toward Albuquerque, Then travel southeast to Belen, New Mexico.

87 Minutes--Dolby Digital 5.1 Surround

 

TRACKS OF THE OLD SANTA FE VOLUME 3

In Volume 3, we’ll cross the Rocky Mountains through the professional camera lens of Rich Scheid. This is Santa Fe’s southern crossing on the Rockies and the main line crossing of this range of mountains. The BNSF winds it’s way through the mountains...This highly scenic crossing is called ABO Canyon.

The railroad crosses seven bridges through the canyon and Rich Scheid captures all seven bridges from many different angles, As Rich hikes through the canyon down below track level and above. The video ends in Mountainair, New Mexico on the east side of the Rockies.

60 Minutes--Dolby Digital 5.1 Surround

 

TRACKS OF THE OLD SANTA FE VOLUME 4

Through the Professional camera lens of Rich Scheid we’ll follow the tracks of the old Santa FE main line over the Rocky Mountains in their quest for the west coast. We’ll start out in Belen New Mexico and head north over the Rio Grande to Albuquerque. Then after visiting Albuquerque we’ll head north to Cerrillos, New Mexico then to Lamy New Mexico near Santa FE.

We’ll then climb aboard a Santa FE Southern train and ride in the cab of a GP low nose locomotive on up to Santa FE New Mexico on the old Santa FE spur line up to Santa FE, and visit the depot and town. Next we’ll climb aboard the short line back to Lamy, here we’ll follow the old Santa FE mainline up through Apache Canyon, over Glorietta Pass and continue north to Las Vegas New Mexico.

Next on to Wagon Mound over the Cimarron River and on to famous Raton, New Mexico and its historic depot. This line still had Semifore Signals in operation in many locations at the time of this filming.

Total Time: 145 Minutes--Dolby Digital 5.1 Surround

 

TRACKS OF THE OLD SANTA FE VOLUME 5

Photographer Rich Scheid takes us to the world famous Cajon Pass. The ATSF route to the Pacific and Los angeles California was completed in 1885 by the California Southern Railroad and bought by the ATSF in 1902.

We will start this journey in downtown L.A. at L.A. Union Station. We will then climb aboard an eastbound commuter train and head for San Bernardino and visit the large intermodal yard at the base of Cajon pass. We will head up the pass and visit the great photographic locations with the San Gabriel Mountains in the background such as Blue Cut, Steins Hill, Alray Tunnels, Highland, Summit, Sullivans Curve and more.

You will see rock formations Ike & Mike, and Mormon Rocks, and we will finally end up in Victorville in the high desert.

Locomotive Power shown: Commuter trains and FP-59's, Blue and yellow Santa Fe power, GE wide cab amtrack power, B40-8W, GP60B, SD45, SD40, GP30's in blue and yellow, EMD SD60 M's, SD 70 Mac units, GE C44-9's, GE C44-8's, SD40-2, GP40.

87 Minutes--Dolby Digital 5.1 Surround

 

TRACKS OF THE OLD SANTA FE VOLUME 6

In volume 6, Santa Fe's old surf line, Rich Scheid takes us up the California golden coast and along the beaches of southern California as the surf pounds in behind the many trains. From San Diego's Union Station and up the surf line we travel through Old Town, Sorrento Valley, Del Mar, Solona Beach, Carlsbad, Oceanside, San Clemente, San Juan Capistrano, Anaheim, and take a tour of L.A. Union Station, we watch trains come in and out of the Station platforms and pass the tower.

We continue north of L.A. up the old Southern Pacific Line and up the coast to Santa Barbara, stopping at towns like Glendale, Camarillo, Ventura, Dulah, and Seacliff, watching trains round the bays at the foot of coastal mountains with plenty of great surf shots along the way. We stop at Carpinteria California, we take a good look at Santa Barbara, the depot, and its many trains, and we take a
tour of town. You will see plenty of passenger trains and take a ride up the coast on Amtrak's Surf Liner.

87 Minutes--Dolby Digital 5.1 Surround

 

TRACKS OF THE OLD SANTA FE VOLUME 7

In volume 7, Rich Scheids professional digital camera takes us trackside from Mountain-air New Mexico, east.

Locations include -- Vaughn NM., Fort Sumner, The Pecos river, Melrose, The division headquarters in Clovis, Bovina, TX, Friona, TX., Hereford, TX., Lubbock jct. Amarillo texas, Danville Kansas, Wellington, Augusta, Eldorado and Cassoday Kansas.

With lots of Santa Fe warbonnets, and blue and yellow Santa Fe's Rich Scheid captures the action before the BNSF super railroad took on the orange paint Scheme. We will see lots of close up action!

71 Minutes--Dolby Digital 5.1 Surround

 

TRACKS OF THE OLD SANTA FE VOLUME 8

In volume 8, professional photographer Rich Scheid takes us where we left off in volume 7 at Cassoday Kansas. We will visit railroad locations such as Ellinor KS., where the Raton line from Colorado meets the new mainline thru Texas, and New Mexico's Abo canyon. Then we will visit Emporia Kansas, and go through the many towns and thru the heartland of the U.S. on the Tracks of the old Santa Fe.

We will head thru Kansas to Kansas City. We visit Kansas City Union Station and watch trains coming thru and past the old Depot as well as a visit inside the old Depot. We then venture east across the Missouri River and the great steel truss bridge crossing the Missouri River at Sibley, KS., we continue through towns across Missouri to just west of Fort Madison Iowa.

We will see many Santa Fe war bonnets as well as many fallen flags, and a huge assortment of power coming through the many towns along the way to Iowa.

75 Minutes--Dolby Digital 5.1 Surround

 

TRACKS OF THE OLD SANTA FE VOLUME 9

Through the camera lens of Green Frog’s professional photographer Rich Scheid, we move into the last of the “Tracks of the Old Santa Fe”, Volume 9.

Coverage is from Fort Madison, IA. to Chicago, IL. with plenty of Santa Fe red and silver war bonnets and blue and yellow paint schemes, such as SD40’s, GP60’s, and Santa Fe B-units.

We will see standard and wide-cab action, so sit back and enjoy the final volume of the “Tracks of the Old Santa Fe” series. Rich Scheid takes us across the country, through towns from San Diego, LA, to Chicago in our quest of the last of the war bonnets and the blue and yellow units of the Santa Fe.

Locations Include:
Ft. Madison, Mississippi River record Flooding, St. Louis, Lomax, Cameron, Galesburg, Chillicothe, LA., Joliet, Lockport, Sanitary Ship Canal, Berwyn, Corwith Yard. 

Approx Run Time: 77 Minutes
Dolby Digital 5.1 Surround

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BNSF Tracks of the Old Santa Fe--(SPECIAL COLLECTOR’S EDITION)
Total Run Time Approx: 11 Hours
Dolby Digital 5.1 Surround Sound
5 Disc DVD Set

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