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Vintage Series Vol 1 Cajon Pass April 17 1989 DVD Train Video

Vintage Series Vol 1 Cajon Pass April 17 1989 DVD Train Video Left Coast Rail Videos LC-VSCP
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The footage on these DVDs was originally shot by the gang at Dynamic Rail Video between 1987 and 1990 on consumer grade VHS and Super 8mm video cameras. DRV released 4 videos during this time period: Eight Hours at Cajon, Eight Hours at Tehachapi,

Eight Hours at Hobart and Colorado Kaleidoscope. Footage from these and many other filming expeditions will now be available for your viewing on DVD. Enjoy!

See SP tunnel motors SD40T-2's, SD45T-2's in both red and grey paint scheme and the red and yellow Kodachrome SFSP merger paint scheme. See SF action in the blue and yellow warbonnet paint scheme and the Kodachrome SFSP merger paint scheme.

*Introduction by and thanks to Cliff "Bootleg" Cunningham
*Special thanks to the Mickboy for technical advice.
*Front and back cover photos courtesy Craig Walker
*Run time about 47 minutes
*Dolby Digital Audio.

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DVD Item#:LC-VSCP
Runtime:47 Mins
Producer:Left Coast Rail Videos
Aspect Ratio:Full Screen
Shrink Wrapped?:NO!
Disc Type:DVD
Region Code:0 Worldwide NTSC

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This DVD was a poor excuse for a professional production. It appears to be about 45 minutes of footage from a day on Cajon that was just slapped onto a DVD. Poor videography worthless "outtakes" bland content. The whole thing needs to go back into the company's "vault" which I assume is a tupperware in the back of someone's attic. The first DVD I've watched once, and placed in the garbage can vault.

Additional remarks by Arnold:
Would kids enjoy this? I doubt it.
Image quality: Poor.
DVD Value: Overpriced for the amount of enjoyment I got out of it.
Recommend to others? Definitely not!.

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