Birth of an Amtrak Viewliner DVD
BIRTH OF A VIEWLINER
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Here is the Viewliner story from Amtrak's prototypes, to design, construction, and revenue service.
Visit the historic Pullman complex south of Chicago where the car shells were fabricated and tested. Installation work and completion of the fifty sleepers took place at the former Erie shops in Hornell, NY. Sidebars show new California cars along with a variety of transit projects underway.
Then, journey aboard the Lake Shore Limited and watch the fault monitoring system go into action. Passengers evaluate the new cars, and a spokesman discusses the formation of Amerail. Learn how many hours, welds, and miles of wire are required per car! Things to contemplate as the passing panorama of America is viewed from your upper bunk.
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|Runtime:||1 Hour, 00 Mins ($0.36/min)|
|Aspect Ratio:||Full Screen|
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