Michigan and Ohio Railroads in the Late 1970s DVD Train Video
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C. Vision Productions takes you back in time to the late 1970's. Fred Crissey's film camera captures exciting action in the states of Michigan and Ohio. Many first and second-generation locomotives are in charge of trains with cabooses. Trains from the Detroit Toledo & Ironton, Chesapeake & Ohio, Michigan Northern, Ann Arbor and the early years of Conrail are highlighted. Many trains are led with predecessor power from Penn Central, Chessie System and Baltimore and Ohio.
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Scott D Ankeney (Beavercreek Twp, Ohio) on 2014-08-07 18:43:05.
Having been around when the DT&I was still operating, and living near the region some the video covered, this DVD has special meaning. That someone took the time to document all of this is extraordinary, especially considering much of the line is gone forever. This is a great look into the recent past and if one is a bit determined, it's possible to visit the locations shown in this program. My only negative comment is that not all of the locations shown are identified but that is a very minor distraction and actually makes tracing a bit more interesting. I strongly recommend this one.
Frank Huhman (Jackson, MI) on 2011-05-13 23:13:47.
It was a Good Film for mostly Ohio and some of Michigan. I wished it would have something for Jackson, Michigan for the Grand Trunk Railroad. Other then that it has lot's of cool stuff, including some shots of old 1960's trains.
Libraryguy44 on 2010-07-21 06:32:06.
If you are interested in mid-west railroading in the middle of the last century, this is the program for you.