BNSFs Kootenai River Sub DVD Train Video
Join LCRV as we take you on a tour of one of BNSF's lesser known, yet highly scenic portions of the ex-Great Northern. Sandwiched in between the busier "Funnel", also known as the Spokane Sub to the west, and the Hi Line Sub across Marias Pass to the east, BNSF's Kootenai River Sub is packed full of scenery, set amid river valleys, mountainous terrain, and wide open spaces. Beginning in Sandpoint ID, the Kootenai River Sub runs approx. 185 miles to Whitefish, MT.
You'll see trains crossing the 1 mile long bridge over Lake Pend Oreille at Sandpoint, the rugged Deep Creek area near Naples, and the Kootenay River valley east of Bonners Ferry. Once into Montana, we follow the line through Troy, Kootenai Falls and into Libby. The Libby Dam just Northeast of town forced the relocation of the mainline away from the Kootenay River, ending the lines roughly 50 mile journey alongside one another. We shoot from several other locations, including the nearly 7 mile long Flathead Tunnel, before ending our tour of the Kootenai River Sub at Whitefish. Amazing scenery, endless locations, and plenty of traffic makes the Kootenai a railfan's dream. Pinch yourself if you must, but your not dreaming. We’re bringing the spectacular Kootenai River Sub, right into your living room.
This is a sit back and turn up the volume DVD with informative captions and narration. 16 x 9 Widescreen Viewing Format.
DVD- R media format. Dolby Digital Audio.
Run time: about 2 hrs - 40 min plus previews
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|Runtime:||3 Hours, 00 Mins|
|Producer:||Left Coast Rail Videos|
|Aspect Ratio:||Wide Screen|
|Disc Type:||DVD or BLU-RAY|
|Region Code:||0 Worldwide NTSC|ITEM NOTES REGARDING THIS PRODUCER
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