The Pennsylvania Railroad
Begining in the summer of 1952, Emery Gulash, highly respected railfan photographer, began capturing prolific amounts of activity on this well known railroad. This tape covers the time frame from 1952 to 1969 in color, the end of steam and the transition to first generation diesels.You'll see Decapods, Baldwin Centipedes, and Sharks, "F" units, early Geeps, GG-1's, and Alco RS-3's, just to name a few.
Rails to Steel City
Shot on video in the Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania area in the late 1980s, the viewer will see five major railroads serving the freight needs of this region. The PAT commuter rail system is also featured, with it's 'push-pull' service utilizing F-7 diesels. This service was discontinued in 1989.
Many of the exciting running shots of the freight operations are from the Beaver Falls area. This rural area provides a rich setting for the heavily trafficked freight lines operating in the Allegheny Mountains. The rolling hills surrounding Pittsburgh provide outstanding views overlooking the city and it's railroad operations.
Dolby Digital 2.0 Stereo
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Total time - 52 minutes
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