Otto Perrys Santa Fe on DVD by Machines of Iron Train Video
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The Rocky Mountain Railroad Club opens their archives to show you the works of Otto Perry, noted rail photographer of the Rocky Mountain Region. Enjoy long gone Santa Fe passenger trains pulled by mighty steam locomotives and classic diesel types including an Santa Fe-1, FTs, F3s, & PA-2s. All of these diesels are in Warbonnet colors. The Super Chief, the Chief, the El Capitan, the Scout, the Grand Canyon, and the Centennial State trains are featured. Giant wartime 2-8-8-2 steam locomotives are seen in rare scenes on Raton Pass. There's also plenty of classic Santa Fe steam and diesel locomotives powering freight trains to watch and enjoy.
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aiforus (CA) on 2014-08-14 21:48:45.
Incredible video! Beautiful images, some of them quite clear and invigorating. I'm probably influenced by the fact that there aren't many DVDs with Santa Fe steam. In any case, for anyone interested in the 40s and 50s and ATSF steam, this is a must!
aiforus (San Francisco, CA, USA) on 2014-07-02 15:11:38.
The images of the Santa Fe, filmed by Otto Perry, are among the most beautiful! There are truly some moments of beauty in this collection of scenes. The film quality is superb, considering how many years ago these scenes were taken. Truly necessary for anyone interested in historic railroads as well as those interested in the ATSF.
William Allmon (Patterson, CA) on 2013-11-06 12:14:06.
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