2 shows: “4449 Journey” & “4449 Nightlight” (2 DVD Set)

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Portland is proud of its showpiece of railroad history — the 4449.

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4449 Journey: Portland is proud of its showpiece of railroad history — the 4449. We caught this spectacular locomotive and its train on an excursion out of Portland and on its way to Stampede Pass. Follow the 4449 through the beautiful Pacific Northwest, which provides a spectacular backdrop for one of the world’s most favorite trains. A great train and a great locale —what more could you want? 4449 Nightlight: Southern Pacific’s 4449 Daylight was painted black and became 4449 “Nightlight” for the BNSF Employee Appreciation Special. Machines of Iron followed the special across the Pacific Northwest to bring you this spectacular video. Scenes in and around Vancouver, WA, the Columbia River Bridge, Spokane Bridge, Sandpoint, ID, Horse Thief Lake, and the Cascade Locks are among the highlights of this show. 4449 fireman Jack Wheelihan takes us on a tour of the 4449 cab and Doyle McCormick gives us the story on the “black” 4449


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1 review for 2 shows: “4449 Journey” & “4449 Nightlight” (2 DVD Set)

  1. Rated 4 out of 5


    For those of you who never owned this MOI Program, the 4449 Journey was filmed in 1997, while the nightlight version was shot in 2000 As MOI, Pentrex & Highball Productions were there for the 2000 BNSF Employee Appreachiation Special. These 3 companies have their own timing constraints for the all Black Painted daylight in 2000. In first place, the Pentrex Coverage was the longest at 100 minutes, The Highball Productions was in Second place at 90 minutes, and the Machines of Iron Version was in third place at 72 minutes.

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