Henry Ford’s DT&I Railroad (1920 - 1929) A documentary with narration by Scott D. Trostel
From the studio of Neff Video and DT&I Railroad Historian Scott D. Trostel, is this unique and fascinating documentary featuring Henry Ford’s movies of the Detroit Toledo & Ironton Railroad.
From the banks of the Ohio River to the blast furnaces at the Rouge Works, this is a rare look at the DT&l during the Henry Ford years of ownership in the roaring twenties.
Dolby Digital 2.0 Stereo Narration by Scott D. Trostel Chapter Menus Approx. 56 minutes
PLUS BONUS FOOTAGE * THE FORD WAY OF RAILROADING * FORD TOURS THE LIMA LOCOMOTIVE WORKS * STORY OF FORD COAL AND COKE * MANUFACTURING AT THE FORD MOTOR COMPANY * MISCELLANEOUS FILM CLIPS AROUND DETROIT
**This Disc Will NOT Play on Regular DVD Players, OR Up-converting DVD Players Blu-Ray Disc Players ONLY!** Note: This Blu-Ray BD-R Disc is compatible with the (Blu-Ray) format, and will play on Most Blu-Ray players in full 1080i HD (including the Sony Playstation 3 & 4).
This Disc has been tested on Numerous Blu-Ray players for compatibility with the Blu-Ray Format! You MUST have a (Blu-Ray) Player to play this video Disc!