Former Grand Trunk Western 4-8-4 #6325 is restored to operating condition and steamed on several trips on the Ohio Central Railroad in the fall of 2001. Enjoy exciting action with this large locomotive that is a throwback to simpler times and evokes memories of days gone by. Young and old will enjoy the sights and sounds of an awesome Steam Engine rolling through the Ohio farmlands.
Multiple camera crews bring you all the action. A steam engine being returned to active service in the 21st century is rare, and we cover its first season of operation.
Highlights include: ° Background history including vintage film ° Test run to Dennison on September 5, 2001 ° Info on the Ohio Central including a train on September 11, 2001 ° Test run with coaches from Dennison September 12, 2001 ° First excursion run from Dennison to Columbus September 22. 2001 ° Excursion from Coshocton to Columbus on October 20, 2001 ° Excursion from Dennison to Coshocton on October 21, 2001 ° Interesting facts about the engine and the routes ° Engine servicing shots as crews prepare the locomotive for action
Approx. 90 Minutes Dolby Digital 2.0 Stereo Narration Chapters