Milwaukee Road 261 Rebuilt to Run DVD Train Video
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Excitement and anticipation were in the air on September 14, 1993 when engineer Steve Sandberg eased Milwaukee Road steam locomotive #261 back to life in Minneapolis, Minnesota. The Northern type engine, painted high-gloss black, was running under her own power for the first time since her restoration.
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Fred (Winslow, Maine) on 2013-12-03 16:54:15.
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A very good DVD on steam rail. Enjoyed seeing work done on the engine and a lot very good shots of the engine in action.
Steamboy (Revere MA US) on 2018-03-01 08:20:59.
While Pentrex & Goodheart Productions were there to capture the first runs of the now 74 year old northern, The journeys were alright but unfortunately Pentrex made a mistake on the cover. It was listed as a 60 minute video but as I watched the program, its surprisingly an 80 Minute Video! Oh well.
chris collins (fletcher north carolina) on 2015-01-07 12:46:43.
nice to see the 261 return to the rails I think that the 261 and santa fe 3751 are cousins since they both were restored in the early 90's