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Early Diesels Volume 3 DVD
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Early Diesels Volume 3 DVD Greg Scholl Video Productions GSVP-014 604435001498
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Early Diesels 3 was shot between 1986 and 2002 and contains a wealth of interesting video variety. First we see brief shots of U28B's on the Trains-Kentucky Trainsportation Railway(TTI) in Paris, KY. Next we see an Alco S2 on the Big South Fork Railway in Kentucky, followed by a scene of a Norfolk Southern Train in the 1980's with 3 GP30's. More quickie shots include Alcos RSD1 on the Tennessee Valley Railway Museum(downtown Chattanooga actually), and an old B&O GP40 and C&O poer at Prince, WV. We also see Marc Transit FP9, E9, and GP40 at Point of Rocks, Maryland, and Alcos on the Western Maryland Scenic. On the Potomac Eagle we see a B&O GP9, Alco FPA4 6793(ex VIA), and CSX FP7 118 on this scenic West Virginia railroad. There are additional scenes in New Brunswick, and Illinois with quick shots of different older power. In 2010 when the dvd was made we added some footage that includes 2 sets of F- units on the Ohio Central Railroad in excursion service. These units have since been sold. There is tons are variety here in a fast-paced show. 65 Minutes

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DVD Item#:GSVP-014
Runtime:1 Hour, 05 Mins ($0.41/min)
Producer:Greg Scholl Video Productions
Aspect Ratio:Full Screen
DVD UPC:604435001498
Shrink Wrapped?:Yes
Disc Type:DVD
Region Code:0 Worldwide NTSC
Early Diesels Volume 3 DVD
chris collins (fletcher north carolina) on 2020-09-09 22:27:09.

People who found this review helpful: 2

  •  5 of 5

early diesels vol.3 the last vol of the early diesels series looks at different types of diesel locomotives operating in the eastern states shot from 1988 to 2002 the video first starts with a look at the Trans-Kentucky Transportation Railway or tti for short with the railroads pair of u28b's pulling coal trains and a switcher a few units from norfolk southern including a pair of southern gp30's on the rathole the rsd1 at the tennessee valley railroad museum a flashback of older csx power many units in b&o and chessie system paint the ohio central with a switcher on a passenger train marc transit power featuring an fp9 gp40 and e9 units the Potomac Eagle railroad with three different diesels and finailly the western maryland scenic railroad with alco rs loco's and b&o gp9 800 the video than concludes with footage of f units on the ohio central railroad over all the early diesels series is a great series looking at the older diesel locomotives that aren't operating in today's modern railroad operations these are videos that you won't want to miss providing great action and information on these engines

Additional remarks by chris collins:
Narration: Just enough.
Would kids enjoy this? Maybe.
Image quality: Excellent!
DVD Value:: Fair.
Recommend to others? Definitely.

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Early Diesels Volume 3 DVD
steamboy (Revere beach massachusetts) on 2015-04-26 08:18:15.

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  •  4 of 5

interesting alcos, interesting tourist lines, some activated today, others are scrapped. if the western maryland scenic railroad is operating their final year of mountain thunder (734), lets keep our fingers crossed for Greg's footage of the locomotive or he'll chase 611's second revival.

Additional remarks by steamboy:
Narration: Could have used more.
Would kids enjoy this? Yes.
Image quality: Good.
DVD Value:: Fair.
Recommend to others? A "Must Have"!

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