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Train Mountain Triennial 2015 DVD Train Video

Train Mountain Triennial 2015 DVD Train Video 7idea Productions TMRR2015DVD 707918854328
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Welcome to the largest hobby railroad in the world: Train Mountain! The tracks are only 7 1/2 inches apart yet they take you for a thirty-seven mile journey through the pristine countryside. This 2,200 acre railroad park is nestled among the forested slopes of the Cascade Mountains in southern Oregon.

Live steam enthusiasts come from all corners of the globe to ride the rails, test their railroading skills and equipment on the stiff mountain grades, and enjoy a hobby that is nearly as old as railroading itself. The international meet is held triennially and 2015 was the biggest yet! Over two thousand people and 380 trains were in attendance.

7idea Productions covered the event from the work week before the Triennial to the final Big Toot and Parade. Over one hundred live steam locomotives plied the rails as well as modern diesels and classic box cab electrics.

Whether you are an avid hobbyist or just love seeing these little trains, this Official Train Mountain Triennial DVD is your front-row seat to this amazing event!

Includes bonus footage of the Parade.

1 hour 39 minutes

WIDESCREEN DVD NTSC No region code

Also available on 1080 Hi Definition Blu-ray BD-R

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Train Mountain's sprawling main yard and back shop are an impressive site, yet they make up a very small portion of the railroad park.

Train Mountain's sprawling main yard and back shop are an impressive site, yet they make up a very small portion of the railroad park.



A pair of steamers await their turn to exit the main yard and drop down through Central Station.

A pair of steamers await their turn to exit the main yard and drop down through Central Station.



A trio of handsome Santa Fe diesels head through Grand Junction on Main 3, while life sized rolling stock make up the backdrop.

A trio of handsome Santa Fe diesels head through Grand Junction on Main 3, while life sized rolling stock make up the backdrop.



UP 828, an FEF 2 class Northern makes some great stack talk as it stomps up the 1.5% grade above Blue Caboose. This grade is a mile and a half long.

UP 828, an FEF 2 class Northern makes some great stack talk as it stomps up the 1.5% grade above Blue Caboose. This grade is a mile and a half long.



The rails shimmer in the lights of a 4-6-2 Pacific as it leads two other steam trains out of the yard.

The rails shimmer in the lights of a 4-6-2 Pacific as it leads two other steam trains out of the yard.



A Milwaukee Road SD38 exits South Portal Tunnel as it returns from the vast north side of Train Mountain.

A Milwaukee Road SD38 exits South Portal Tunnel as it returns from the vast north side of Train Mountain.



The highlight of the meet is the Big Toot and Parade. Around 380 trains were present at the 2015 Triennial.

The highlight of the meet is the Big Toot and Parade. Around 380 trains were present at the 2015 Triennial.

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DVD Item#:TMRR2015DVD
Blu-ray Item#:TMRR2015BD
Runtime:1 Hour, 39 Mins
Producer:7idea Productions
Aspect Ratio:Wide Screen
DVD UPC:707918854328
BLU-RAY UPC:707918854335
Shrink Wrapped?:Yes
Disc Type:DVD or BLU-RAY
Region Code:0 Worldwide NTSC

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  •  5 of 5


Another 5 star from 7 idea. Aaron has a new "toy".......a drone HD camcorder. Train Mountain is a fantastic facility. Train Mountain Trienial is a pleasure to witness and 7 idea Production brings those into your living room. I've said it before. If you do not have a BluRay player.......you must buy one and view his products.

Additional remarks by run8anderson:
Narration: Just enough.
Would kids enjoy this? Yes.
Image quality: Excellent!
DVD Value: Excellent Value!
Recommend to others? A "Must Have"!

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