A giant bump up in quality, you will see much more of the original Film quality, sharpness, brightness, and color on this DVD!!
**With the Magic of Advanced Digital Software, this DVD set has been Upconverted to High Definition Video, Re-Mastered and Enhanced in HD from our original Digital Broadcast Masters!!
Disc one ---starts prior to the merger of the Pennsylvania Railroad and New York Central System, with scenes near Valparaiso, Indiana and Wayne, Michigan. After the Penn Central merger, the action centers near Detroit, Altoona, St. Louis, and random views from Michigan and Ohio locations.
For most of 1968, the motive power was predominately the NYC and PRR image. The PC herald was primarily sighted on the main lines of Pennsylvania and Ohio. While filming more than one hundred trains, there appeared only twenty-five units with the PC Herald.
Disc two --displays the 1969 operations, starting with January action in Michigan and Ohio. In spring we visit Windsor, Canada and then progress through Buffalo, New York, followed by Pittsburgh for more of Ohio and back to Michigan for more fall and winter action. Variety is enhanced with wreck train equipment and a steam train through Buffalo. The Penn Central image was more evident, with sightings of more than one hundred trains. The count of the PC Heralds produced ninety-seven white worms.
Note: This DVD set has been down-converted from our High Definition Video Master and will properly play on Wide-screen televisions as 16x9 and on 4x3 televisions as pan & scan!
From the Camera of Emery Gulash Dolby Digital 2.0 Stereo