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Railroad Stations in American Life DVD

Railroad Stations in American Life DVD Kalmbach Publishing 16130 644651602178
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Trains Magazine presents Railroad Stations in American Life. This all-new DVD documents the U.S. railroad stations development from civic center into today's temples of transportation. The 96-minute program covers stations large and small across the U.S. from New York City to Los Angeles - and many places in between. Researched by Peter A. Hansen, produced by Rich Luckin, and narrated by Michael Gross, this program presents a diverse cast of historians on-camera examining the role of the railroad station in American history.

The railroad station was once an institution in American life, in small towns and big cities alike, a place where people started their journeys, reunited with loved ones, or simply went to pick up a package. Locations are covered across the U.S. and include both stations active in transportation and those preserved and re-purposed. A true human-interest story is interweaved with history as the program examines how people interacted with the station in their towns through the generations.

Approximate running time 96 minutes
Researched by Peter A. Hansen

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DVD Item#:16130
Runtime:1 Hour, 36 Mins ($0.28/min)
Producer:Kalmbach Publishing
Aspect Ratio:Wide Screen
DVD UPC:644651602178
Shrink Wrapped?:Yes
Disc Type:DVD
Region Code:0 Worldwide NTSC