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BLURAY Rails to Cincinnati (Railfanning Cincinnati & Northern KY.)


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Steve Neff of Neff Video Productions, and his Hi-Definition cameras, have captured Railroading in Cincinnati and Northern Kentucky!

This video reveals why Cincinnati, Ohio is considered the “Railroad Gateway to the South”. Cincinnati, an unlikely location for a railroad gateway, is located amidst seven hills and the Ohio River. The reason why this location became a hub is that, at one time, seven railroads converged here.

Today, Norfolk-Southern and CSX are the major players. Norfolk Southern has traffic coming from the New Castle line (Ft. Wayne to Cincinnati), the Dayton District (Columbus to Cincinnati) and from the First District (Danville KYto Cincinnati).

The First District is also a “link” to Chattanooga which in turn is a connector to rail lines leading to Atlanta, Florida, Birmingham, New Orleans and other points. CSX has traffic coming from Indianapolis, Toledo, and Louisville.

Two major yards are located in Cincinnati. Gest Street Yard, which is surrounded on three sides by CSX’s Queensgate Yard, and belongs to NS. This video will show more than 30 minutes of yard action in these two yards.

You’ll see trains arriving from the north and south waiting their turn to either bypass the yard or enter for switching and classification. The vantage point for video taken of the yard action is from three different viaducts.

You’ll also see locations leading into Cincinnati from both the Kentucky and Ohio sides of the Ohio River. Panoramic views are also shown from two high overlooks on both the Ohio and Kentucky sides of the Ohio River.

To ease congestion of traffic to and from the North, NS and CSX entered a joint agreement for bi-directional running of north and southbound trains from Hamilton, Ohio to Cincinnati, this operation is shown in this program.

Approx. 74 minutes
Dolby Digital 5.1 Surround


Spectacular Hi-Definition...combined with Green Frog's world renowned and very high quality Dolby Digital 5.1 surround sound audio! 

Please note -- The Magnavox NB500MG9 Blu-Ray player does not seem to be compatible with our Blu-Ray Discs!

**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).

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 - this video will not play on regular DVD Players, nor on Regular Up Converting DVD Players ---

Blu-Ray (BD-R) Disc - Aprox. 89 Minutes
1080i High Definition
Audio Select - Voice on and off
Dolby Digital 5.1 Surround Sound

BLURAY Rails to Cincinnati (Railfanning Cincinnati & Northern KY.)

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