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Lehigh Valleys Buffalo Division Volume 3 DVD Train Video

Lehigh Valleys Buffalo Division Volume 3 DVD Train Video John Pechulis Media LVBDV3
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Volume 3 of Lehigh Valley's Buffalo Division covers the Lehigh's west end mainline operations from Sayre to Buffalo and the Niagara Branch to Suspension Bridge.
We'll view film shot by a variety of photographers both during passenger service with double track mainline and after passenger service ended and track consolidation.
Along the way, we'll ride along with a crew aboard the train as well as view scenes trackside as we head west.
Important facilities at Sayre, Ithaca, Geneva, Manchester, Rochester Jct, Stafford, Niagara Jct, Tifft Yard, Buffalo terminal and Suspension Bridge yard are featured along with other locations.
After our tour, we'll look at the last 10 days of operation with Paul Templeton.
In closing this series, we'll pay tribute to the men that made the Lehigh Valley the railroad it was
Narrated with commentary by Ken Bealer, Mike Bednar and Doug Parmele
Digitized from 8mm and Super 8mm film with synchronized sound added. Color, approximately 66 minutes run time


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DVD Item#:LVBDV3
Runtime:1 Hour, 06 Mins
Producer:John Pechulis Media
Aspect Ratio:Full Screen
Shrink Wrapped?:Yes
Disc Type:DVD
Region Code:0 Worldwide NTSC

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Volume 3 is the best of the set. Excellent because it has sound and also the commentary to explain all. Sad to see the last days of the Lehigh Valley but at least it has been recorded so later generations can see that used to be.

Additional remarks by Philip Stevenson:
Narration: Just enough.
Would kids enjoy this? Maybe.
Image quality: Excellent!
DVD Value: Good Value
Recommend to others? A "Must Have"!

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