The Panhandle Volume 1 Penn Central Conrail B&O C&N Div DVD Train Video
Named for a small railroad operating in Pennsylvania which was eventually controlled by the Pennsylvania Railroad, THE PANHANDLE is the nickname for The P Company's mainline from Pittsburgh to St. Louis and Chicago, via Columbus, Ohio.
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The first leg eastward from Columbus Union Depot was over the Columbus and Newark Division of the Baltimore and Ohio Railroad. This thirty-five mile long division boasted not only double-track, but long stretches of three and four-track mainlines, Pennsy position-light signals, B&O towers, and traffic of not only the B&O and PRR successor roads, but Amtrak as well.
In Volume I, Paul Geiger and Bob Sherwood cover the C&N during the 1970s to bring you the Penn Central, early Conrail, Chessie System, and Amtrak action which has vanished forever.
60 minutes - Color with Music and Narration - DVD-R
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|Runtime:||1 Hour, 00 Mins|
|Producer:||Clear Block Productions|
|Aspect Ratio:||Full Screen|
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