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B & O Odyssey Vol 2 DVD Train Video

B & O Odyssey Vol 2 DVD Train Video Pentrex BO2-DVD 748268003752
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Linking 13 Great States with the Nation - that was the slogan of the B&O Railroad. Step back to the 1960s to see what made the Baltimore & Ohio one of the all-time great railroads!

The odyssey resumes in Michigan, shortly after B&O had merged with the Chesapeake & Ohio Railway. Motive power and rolling stock of both railroads are frequently seen intermingled. We catch the Cincinnatian and other passenger trains on the C&O route between Detroit and Toledo, including the towers at Wayne Junction, Romulus, and Carleton.

Moving east we visit Connellsville, Pennsylvania and Brunswick, Maryland where freight traffic is heavy. Motive power includes F-units and brand new GP30s. At Harpers Ferry, West Virginia, perhaps the most scenic spot on the B&O, we see both passenger and freight trains making their daily runs. Coal movements are captured at Hancock, West Virginia. Returning westward we enjoy freight action in Pennsylvania and Ohio, then return to Michigan for lots more passenger action.

Volume 2 of B&O Odyssey, which covers the years 1965 to 1968, is the second in a multi-volume series based on the works of noted railroad photographer Emery Gulash. Collect the whole series!

DVD Special Features:

  • Two stereo soundtracks, one with the natural train sounds, the other with narration added. The viewer can switch the narration on or off at any time.

  • Chapter Menu provides instant access to program segments.

60 Minutes
In Color with Appropriate Sound and Narration
Full-screen (4x3) Format
No region code; can be played in any NTSC DVD player worldwide
Packaged in Sturdy Vinyl Clamshell Case
ISBN: 1-56342-092-9
UPC: 7-48268-00375-2



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  •  3.5 of 5 (2)


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  •  3.5 of 5




  

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DVD Item#:BO2-DVD
Runtime:1 Hour, 00 Mins
Producer:Pentrex
Aspect Ratio:Full Screen
DVD UPC:748268003752
Shrink Wrapped?:Yes
Disc Type:DVD
Region Code:0 Worldwide NTSC

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  •  4 of 5


B&O Odyssey Vol. #2 continues on time wise where Vol. #1 leaves off up to 1968. Much the same as Vol. #1, we see many older diesels, from various locations in B&O territory across the US Northeast. The time frame brings in the C&O merger trains and many of C&O territory trains. Very interesting video that the early diesel and B&O/C&O fans will really enjoy and appreciate. The history value of this video makes it worth having for all railfans to have in their collection. only thing I thought that could have been added was more time to the video, considering the greatness of the history of the B&O. 4 stars is enough.

Additional remarks by rrvideoman:
Narration: Just enough.
Narration CAN be turned off in special features.
Would kids enjoy this? I doubt it.
Image quality: Good.
DVD Value: Good Value
Recommend to others? Definitely.

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  •  3 of 5


Very old film shot in the 60's and in some very un-photogenic places. Not a good video in way or fashion. The historical aspect was the only saving grace for this thing, and with that in mind could have actually used more narration.

Additional remarks by Ronnie:
Narration: Could have used more.
Would kids enjoy this? I doubt it.
Image quality: Poor.
DVD Value:: Fair.
Recommend to others? Not unless they REALLY were interested in the subject matter.

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