Mt Rainier Scenics Geared Locomotives DVD 4 of 5 (1)
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Experience geared steam action as Heisler, Shay and Climax locomotives launch a new season on the Mt. Rainier Scenic Railroad. Ready for the annual Spring photo run is Heisler No. 91, a three truck West Coast Special; former Pickering Lumber Company No. 11, a three truck Pacific Coast Shay built in 1929 by Lima Locomotive Works; and Mt. Rainier's Climax, the next-to-last of its type ever constructed and the first locomotive restored at the Mt. Rainier shops in southeastern Washington.
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BigJim4Life (Bucks County, PA) on 2017-06-15 22:23:06.
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This is a decently ok video. It starts off with some really good action, shows the engines getting ready in the morning, and some runbys. Then, the video gets a lot less exciting, with a rather long section showing the engines switching out their consists for later runbys - slow moves, back and forth, not too interesting. After that, it's back to tripleheading action and a better-paced video after that.
Added 2017-06-16 02:02:22 by Steamboy
As a YouTube celebrity yourself, is this your first review on this website? Your trainexpo 2014 videos are almost gone on this website.
Added 2017-06-17 18:36:59 by Rail Buff
Just got through watching this very program (judging by the description) which is included in Questar's "America's Greatest Train Rides" a long ago gift to me which I'd never watched before.
Agree with reviewer, much of it is rather boring. But how often does one see a Climax, Heisler, Shay triple header? Or a saddleback tank engine, Shay, Heisler triple header? These are shown.