SP Vintage West D-125 Charles Smiley Presents Train Video
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This 1950 to 1978 look brings the long-gone visions of SP out west. See Cab-Ahead steam and early F-units in snow on Donner Pass. Visit both sides of the beautiful Bay Area. Run out to old Tracy and Lathrop riding the San Joaquin Daylight trains. See the City of San Francisco, Coast Daylight, steam 'Commute', local and mail trains. Some Locations: Old Sacramento,San Francisco , Oakland, Berkeley, San Jose, Colton, Tracy, Shasta, Donner, Suisun Bay, Altamont Pass, Tehachapi...and more... Other Features:Passenger, Freight, Diesel, Steam All Vintage!!! Diesels in Daylight, Black Widow, Tiger Stripe, Gray & Scarlet color schemes Freight trains behind steam and early diesel power take you back to a more interesting period that will never return
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Marshall (monroe NC US) on 2016-04-29 08:59:50.
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Charles Smiley makes some of the better rail videos. The documentary style makes for a very informative and enjoyable DVD. There are some vision of trial paint, commute action and freights in various places along the system. The quality of the video is good for the equipment of the time period covered. I enjoyed the video and anyone that enjoys SP should add this to there collection.
Rosslyn (Trott Park South Australia) on 2011-10-09 05:13:04.
I enjoyed the SP DVD has I had been on holiday in the US and was able to trace some track's that I had rode on.
ThomasCruncher on 2007-07-06 00:41:55.
Sit back and watch how the robber barons tackled seemingly insurrmountable obstacles. Whatever you may think of the big four, you will have a sense of respect for what they accomplished after watching this video. As with other Smiley videos, there is effort to have the viewer appreciate the history of the events presented. Wonderful footage of many locomotives and a grittiness that perhaps defined the SP itself. I've watched this one a number of times and still enjoy it anew on special occasions.