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Trains North Americas Best 10 DVD Set Train Video

Trains North Americas Best 10 DVD Set Train Video Topics 60868 781735608685
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This collection of 12 spectacular films was made just for train fans! Follow trains all across North America for rugged mountain passes, special steam and diesel locomotives, beautiful bridges, breathtaking wildlife, historic places, winter wonderlands, and stunning scenery everywhere!
Travel across Canada, including in the Rocky Mountains, the Selkirks, Calgary and Edmonton, along the beautiful Bow River and Lake Louise, over Morants Curve, and climb to the top of the Continental Divide. In the United States, see New Mexico, Arizona, Washington state, Oklahoma, Texas, Illinois, California, Oregon, West Virginia, Kentucky, Washington, D.C., and more, and visit historic sites like the Dwight D. Eisenhower Museum, Dodge City and the Knotts Berry Farm Railroad!
Trains include the Frisco 1522, a fully operational steam locomotive; Amtraks Cardinal; the California Zephyr; the Southwest Chief; and one of North Americas most handsome steam engines, the Hudson 4-6-4 #2816 the Empress !
Features
12 films train fans will love!
Over 15 hours of amazing scenery and spectacular train footage
Includes trains and railroads across Canada and the U.S.
Footage by renowned videographer Peter Crook included
See trains in different seasons and weather, including deep snow

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DVD Item#:60868
Runtime:15 Hours, 00 Mins
Producer:Topics
Aspect Ratio:Full Screen
DVD UPC:781735608685
Shrink Wrapped?:Yes
Disc Type:DVD
Region Code:0 Worldwide NTSC

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  • Some of the multiple disc set titles from this producer come in "stacked" cases. That is the discs are stacked on top of each other in a special case.