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Over 20 operating steam locomotives traveled to Vancouver, British Columbia to participate in the largest gathering of steam in recent time. Locomotives from England, Canada, and the United States were there for the Grand Parade of Steam!

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Over 20 operating steam locomotives traveled to Vancouver, British Columbia to participate in the largest gathering of steam in recent time.

Locomotives from England, Canada, and the United States were there for the Grand Parade of Steam! We’ll also visit the SteamExpo site for a close up view of the individual locomotives.

Plus a Special Steam Bonus: Daylight to Hollywood. In March 1986, the SP 4449 steamed down to Hollywood from Portland to appear in a major motion picture. We share that special event with you.

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  1. 4 out of 5 Good for a Steam Fan

    If you enjoy steam, this is the perfect movie. Very informative. Shows a lot of steam locomotives from all around the world. Lot’s of Canadian steam as well as North American Steam in general. A must have!

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  2. 5 out of 5

    There is a lot of steam both big and small from all over the world. There is a Canadian and US focus though. We see the parade of steam and many of the locomotives up close. Some of the crews are interviewed. There is also a bonus extra of footage of SP 4449 pulling the “Daylight to Hollywood” in March 1986.

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