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  • Alto Tower - Altoona

    Alto Tower – Altoona

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    Alto Tower, in Altoona, Pennsylvania, controlled the former Pennsylvania Railroad's busy four track main over the Alleghenies, including the passenger station, the sprawling shop complex, a major freight yard and access to the Hollidaysburg secondary. See this famous tower, sadly now closed, under Conrail and Norfolk Southern flags!

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  • Arkansas Shortlines - 15 Shorts and tourist lines

    Arkansas Shortlines, 15 Shorts & tourist lines

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    There were and are many short railroads in Arkansas. Some are cast off lines from the class ones and others have served their community and region for decades. See 15 shorts and tourist lines!

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  • Arkansas & Missouri Railroad

    Arkansas & Missouri Railroad

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    When the Burlington Northern spun off its ex-Frisco line from Monett, Missouri to Ft. Smith, Arkansas, the Arkansas & Missouri Railroad was born. Much to the delight of the railfan community, they developed an all-ALCo locomotive roster. See it then, and now – with more than ALCo's on the roster.

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  • Across the Utah Desert - The Union Pacific Green River Sub

    Across the Utah Desert, Union Pacific’s Green River Sub

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    Hike into Ruby Canyon and catch Amtrak’s California Zephyr rolling beneath giant sandstone cliffs. Watch heavy coal trains climbing the grade at Thompson Cut. Truly an awesome show!

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  • Train Mountain Triennial - 36 miles of Live Steam

    Train Mountain Triennial – 36 miles of Live Steam

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    Train Mountain is the world's “Longest Miniature Hobby Railroad”. Thirty-six actual miles of 7 1/2 inch gauge track make this is THE destination for live steam enthusiasts from all over the world.

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  • Tehachapi - The Union Pacific Mojave Sub

    Tehachapi – The Union Pacific Mojave Sub

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    The Tehachapi Mountains stand between the fertile San Joaquin Valley and the arid Mojave Desert. That barrier was breached 140 years ago by the Southern Pacific. The result was an engineering marvel that is still impressive today.

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  • Stevens Pass - The BNSF Scenic Sub

    Stevens Pass – The BNSF Scenic Sub

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    Stevens Pass stands at an elevation of 4,061 feet above sea-level in the heart of the Pacific Northwest’s Cascade Mountains. The highlight of the line is the famous 7.8 mile Cascade Tunnel. the longest tunnel in the United States.

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  • Soldier Summit - The Union Pacific Provo Sub

    Soldier Summit – The Union Pacific Provo Sub

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    The rugged beauty of the American West comes alive in the Wasatch Mountains of Utah. This land has been witness to a battle that has lasted for over 130 years – the battle of trains over Soldier Summit.

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  • East to Spokane - The BNSF Lakeside Sub

    East to Spokane – The BNSF Lakeside Sub

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    BNSF's Northern Transcon glides through the rolling hills between Pasco and Spokane. Stretching nearly 150 miles across Washington State, the Lakeside Subdivision sees over 50 trains per day and traffic continues to increase.

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  • Over Sherman Hill - The Union Pacific Laramie Sub

    Over Sherman Hill – The Union Pacific Laramie Sub

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    Three sets of steel rails twist and wind through remarkable scenery, with a history dating back to the First Transcontinental Railroad. This is Union Pacific's legendary route over Sherman Hill.

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  • The Shasta Route - Union Pacific Valley & Black Butte Subdivisions

    Union Pacific’s Shasta Route, The Valley & Black Butte Subs

    $29.95 $26.95

    Southern Pacific’s legendary Shasta Division was an important and challenging portion of what is now the I-5 Corridor carrying traffic between Los Angeles and Seattle. Today it remains a vital link to the Pacific Northwest for the Union Pacific.

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  • Coal Trains of the Powder River Basin

    Coal Trains of the Powder River Basin, High Tonnage, High Traffic

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    Union Pacific and BNSF push over 100 miles of coal hoppers through the Powder River Basin each day. This is the highest tonnage mainline in the world.

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  • BNSF Oregon Trunk Subdivision

    BNSF Oregon Trunk Subdivision

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    BNSF Railway's Oregon Trunk Subdivision stretches 220 miles between Wishram, Washington and Chemult, Oregon.

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  • MRL Montana Mainline - 2 DVD Set

    MRL Montana Mainline – 2 DVD Set

    $59.95 $49.95

    The Montana Rail Link rolls on over 900 miles of former Northern Pacific track through Montana, Idaho and Washington State. The MRL passes through some of the most splendid scenery the NP had to offer. 2 DVD set.

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  • MRL Montana Mainline - Part 2

    MRL Montana Mainline – Part 2

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    Montana Rail Link trains prepare to battle Mullan Pass. The mercury is below zero as a quintet of EMD SD70ACe's put on a show shoving heavy trains to the summit. Mountain railroading at its best with 2.2% grades and high trestles.Part 2.

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  • MRL Montana Mainline - Part 1

    MRL Montana Mainline – Part 1

    $29.95 $26.95

    In big sky Montana. If you listen closely, you just might hear the pulse of a regional railroad that has been beating strongly for nearly a quarter of a century: The Montana Rail Link. Part 1.

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