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New York Central Odyssey Volume 1

The Central was the main line that ran within fifty feet of Emery Gulash’s bedroom when he was a child. It didn't matter that it was the outermost track of a casually used switch yard, it was still a main line to him. During Emery's developing years, when he could afford a camera and film money, he moved to Dearborn, Michigan. Now he was in the big time--on a real main line!

The Michigan Central ran through Dearborn, but in most circles it was known as The New York Central System. With this heritage, Green Frog offers the explanation that most of this Odyssey is from film generated in Detroit and the adjacent vicinity. Next Emery's interest trickled down to Ohio, predominately Toledo, which is on the Central's MAIN main line. After Toledo, Emery encountered other locations in Michigan, Illinois, Indiana, Ohio, Pennsylvania and New York.

These outlying encounters were usually in conjunction with other railfan destinations, which provided only casual filming of the Central. Some trains shown are The Chicagoan, The Empire State Express, and The Twilight Limited, with a mix of rolling stock. First generations diesels and freights traveling through Illinois, Indiana, Ohio and New York...

So sit back and enjoy the Central as Emery Gulash saw it.

Approx: 2.5 Hours--Dolby Digital 2.0 Stereo


New York Central Odyssey Volume 2

The sequel to one of Green Frog's most popular videos. This two disc set is a continuation of Volume 1 starting in the summer of 1963. The transition to the Cigar Band Herald is quite evident. New jumbo Hi- Cube cars appear (for the auto industry) as well as piggyback service with highway trailers on flat cars.

You'll see action on the Toledo Division, the Electric Division, between New York's Grand Central Station and Harman, as well as other locations. Also covered are the RDC Jet Trials, where jet aircraft engines are mounted on an RDC car! Mixed in with all this action is the continuing regular freight and passenger fleets, mile long trains of new auto loadings, as well as new second generation motive power.

We finally arrive at the Penn-Central merger. We'll see a few early views of merged power equipment, not yet revealing the demise of the mighty water level route. From the Camera of Emery Gulash.

Approx: 2 Hours 45 Minutes--Dolby Digital 2.0 Stereo


The Erie Lackawanna Railroad

The Erie-Lackawanna Railroad was formed by the merger of the Erie Railroad with the Delaware, Lackawanna & Western in October, 1960. In this fascinating Two Disc Set by 16mm film photographer Emery Gulash, you will see the very beginning of the merger paint schemes, coupled with the variety of locomotive equipment garnered from the two roads.

Disc one begins with 1962 early generation diesels and post merger paint schemes in the western end states: Ohio and Indiana. The action moves to the eastern end of the railroad in the states of Pennsylvania and New York with freight action and electric commuters. Emery then chases a steam powered fan trip over the former Erie Railroad main line to Binghamton, and this is the prelude to continuing action on Disc two.

Disc two continues with the 1973 steam fan trip chase, now runnung on Delaware, Lackawanna & Western trackage. You will see spectacular action and impressive scenes of the Tunkhannock Viaduct and other landmark locations.

More eastern end freight and commuter action follows. The return to the western end in 1974 takes this Heritage DVD to the finale of E-L merger with the formation of Conrail in 1976.

Approx: 2.5 Hours--Dolby Digital 2.0 Stereo


BONUS Program....
Northeast Vintage Diesels

From sharp 16mm color film You'll see the following railroads: B&O, Erie Lackawanna, Boston & Maine, Central of Vermont, New York Central, Nickle Plate, Norfolk & Western, Bessemer & Lake Erie, Jersey Central and Morristown & Erie.

You'll see early EMD Geeps, F units, E units and Alcos. Cab rides on the N&W and the Nickel Plate... Shot in the late 1950's and 60's.

Approx: 45 Minutes--Dolby Digital 2.0 Stereo


Over 8 Hours
Dolby Digital 2.0 Stereo
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