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Review of Complete Electrified Milwaukee by Sunday River


Watch trains crossing almost every one of the great trestles on both divisions including helicopter coverage of six hidden in the dense forests of the West slope of Snoqualmie. Plus view trains crossing the immense bridges across the Clark Fork and the great Gorge of the Columbia.

See steeple cab switchers, Little Joes, G.E. Boxcabs galore and a yard full of Bi-Polars (not underway).and diesel operation in the Cascade. Fabulous color footage shows trains crossing the Rockies on Pipestone Pass, the Bitterroots on St Paul Pass, the Saddle Mountains of Eastern Washington and finally, Snoqualmie Pass in the Cascades. Plus see trains in all the great canyons: The Jefferson River, the St. Joe, the Clark Fork, Yakima, Snoqualmie, the Grand Daddy of all, The Columbia! Includes the Butte, Anaconda and Pacific RR.

Painstakingly accurate record of an engineering marvel created by the most innovative r

Overall rating for this DVD? 5 Star Excellent
4 Star Very Good
3 Star Good
2 Star Fair
1 Star Poor

The rest is optional but appreciated.

In your opinion, how was the narration level? There was no narration.
Just enough.
Could have used more.
A little too much.
Way too much.
Narration can be turned off.

Aside from the content of the DVD, how would you rate the image quality (sharpness, camera steadiness, etc)? Poor.
A little rough around the edges.

How would you rate the VALUE of this video? Overpriced for the amount of enjoyment I got out of it.
Seemed a little high, but not too bad.
Good value.
Excellent value!

Last question. Would you recommend this DVD to others? Definitely not!
Not unless they REALLY were interested in the subject matter.
A "Must Have"!

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