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Conrails Chicago Line Volume 2 - Albany To Syracuse DVD Train Video

Conrails Chicago Line Volume 2 - Albany To Syracuse DVD Train Video Highball Productions CCL2-DVD
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Volume 2 covers the Chicago Line from Selkirk to DeWitt, with action at Fuerra Bush, Unionville, Vorheesville, Guilderland, Fullers, Rotterdam, Hoffman, Cranesville, Amsterdam, Fonda, Yosts, Little Falls, Herkimer, Utica, Oriskany, Rome, Oneida, Canastoga, Chittenango, ano Kirkville. Lots of runthrough power, including UP, ST, NS, CN and CSX, as well as just about everything Conrail has to offer.

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DVD Item#:CCL2-DVD
Runtime:2 Hours, 00 Mins
Producer:Highball Productions
Aspect Ratio:Full Screen
Shrink Wrapped?:Yes
Disc Type:DVD
Region Code:0 Worldwide NTSC

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Conrail's Chicago Line, Vol. # 2 starts at Selkirk Yard in Albany and travels west to Syracuse New York. The Mohawk River Valley is a spectacular region to see. This video does a good job covering the territory. It does follow a similar format to Vol. # 1, being that it is primarily mainline action with very little at the yards along the way. There is plenty of of action, lots of power variety, and a nice assortment of foreign power. CNR makes several appearances through out the video along with a SSW and Southern Pacific. The narration is somewhat limited and like Vol. # 1, Amtrak makes several appearances and the narrator says very little about Amtrak. Considering that this is a main thoroughfare for Amtrak to and from New York city to places like Buffalo, Chicago and Toronto Ontario, I found this somewhat surprising.
Overall, I liked the video, more so than Vol. # 1, and am not disappointed in the purchase. It's a great region for trains and there is plenty of good rail fanning locations which the producer does show.



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