New Jersey Light Rail on DVD by Valhalla Video3 of 5 (1)
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Ride the Newark City Subway and the Hudson-Bergen Line in this on-board look at New Jersey transit and light rail operations. In this video you will ride in the cab from Newark Penn Station through the subway to the new Grove Street Station, and in the cab on the new Hudson-Bergen light rail line from Newport to the end of the line. Also includes line side action and street running, and visits to the shops of both lines. Also see the old PCC cars in storage, awaiting sale to other cities such as San Francisco. This program is 90 minutes. Packaged in a durable plastic library case with a printed color cover. Cab rides feature clear ambient sound and radio chatter, with a minimum of talking. Video digitally recorded and mastered, with Hi-Fi stereo sound and limited narration. Rock steady picture. Packaged in a durable plastic library case with printed full color cover. Running time: 90 minutes
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New Jersey Light Rail on DVD by Valhalla Video
ross johnson (Sydney australia.) on 2013-05-12 21:07:15.
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Both Denver and Jersey films have too many front views of the perway ahead. A lot of systems look very similar. Street running views, or indeed city / suburbs view from the cab, are more interesting to this reviewer, particularly with an appropriate commentary. The F line purchased from you folk has a more appropriate blend of views I feel.
Added 2013-07-18 10:38:21 by streetcarguy97
Hello Ross, I have two questions. 1) what the heck is "perway"? And 2) If perway means private right of way isn't that more interesting than street running because it's only accessible by rail? I have a movie of the NCS and I'm still thinking of getting this one! I love movies with quality video of streetcar subways. Thank you, streetcarguy97