Tribute to the Green Bay & Western Railroad Vol 2 DVD Train Video
GB&W Alco Train Action Across Wisconsin!The Green Bay & Western Railroad operated a fascinating 100% Alco powered diesel fleet. The colorful GB&W had a remarkable 122 year history before becoming a fallen flag to the Wisconsin Central in 1993. Their rail line stretched 255 miles from the shore of Lake Michigan at Kewaunee and traveled through Wisconsin's scenic forests and farmland to reach the Mississippi River and a connection with the Burlington Northern at East Winona.
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Rail Buff (Southern California) on 2017-08-30 16:48:53.
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This is a Blue Ray which is not a Blue Ray. All photos/videos were taken circa 1993 or earlier. Thus the crisp images one expects from a Blue Ray are absent. Sound was OK but nothing to celebrate. Lots of runbys from one end of GBW's 255 essentially straight line route across Wisconsin to the other. Became boring. Did show a Great Lakes RR/auto ferry loading which was interesting but not enough to salvage this disc from the public library which is its next stop. I should have been tipped off by the word "Tribute" in the title. This review is essentially the same as for Volume 1.
Added 2017-09-05 07:51:37 by andy zebra
I notice its another new dvd with no youtube clip!
most DvD producers put a short youtube clip to show you what your going to see ie film quality-and content.
but there are a few that Dont ,why? it dosnt cost anything .
my view , may because there not confident that there product is really all that good.
so its down to the buyer to take a gamble on the nice shiny cover, and we all no the old saying about covers.
Personally my self no matter what the subject is or how good the cover looks , i never give the DvD a look.
Added 2017-09-05 09:31:58 by Rail Buff
Yes, but this was advertised as a Blue Ray and came in a Blue Ray case.