Amtrak 30 1991-2001 DVD Train Video
1991 - 2001
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Continuing the Story form "Amtrak 20" (1971-1991), the final decade of the 20th Century is presented here. Highlights include the "Sunset Limited" extension eastward from New Orleans into Florida, making this America's longest distance train; Amazing growth in California; the Northwest Talgos; Debut of the Viewliner sleepers; Experimental Swedish and German high speed trains in the Northeast leading to launch of Acela Express.
Other items covered: New York State Turbo Rebuilding - Mail and Express initiative - "Broadway Limited" turned "Three Rivers" saga - "Lake Country Limited" fiasco - Dozens of routes which have come and gone or undergone change. Rolling stock, locomotives, stations, marketing work, including
advertising, are all to be seen in this collection. The first tentative steps toward a promising tomorrow have been taken. Whatever the future of passenger rail in America, Amtrak's first three decades are now history. Come on board, and witness the colorful panorama of change from 1991 through Fall, 2001.
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|Runtime:||1 Hour, 30 Mins|
|Aspect Ratio:||Full Screen|
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