Burlington Northern’s St. Joe Line

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In this program we see a still independent Burlington Northern in 1994. BN was hungry for power and so we see various leased locomotives head up many of the trains.

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Officially this is the St. Joseph Subdivision of the Lincoln Division, but depending on what end of the line you start from, folks called it the Kansas City Line or the St. Joe Line. Our guide, Bob Ernst, knew the 202 miles from KC to Lincoln as the St. Joe Line. We are seeing a still independent Burlington Northern in 1994. BN was hungry for power and so we see various leased locomotives head up many of the trains.

This informative program is narrated, and many locations and trains are marked with on-screen captions.

This program was shot using professional equipment of the time, but is not up to the clarity of today’s high-definition video. It is however an excellent snapshot of an important time and place in the nation’s railroad history.

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3 reviews for Burlington Northern’s St. Joe Line

  1. Rated 5 out of 5

    Lloyd.

    Very pleased with this production showing the cascade greens at their best. Narration is very explanatory, aided with some screen captions. Well done. The overall quality is not that of what we expect today, but considering the year and the camera equipment of the day…. it is still a great production.

  2. Rated 5 out of 5

    Josh

    Great video showing the Burlington Northern in its hay day! You will see lots of lease power, and older units still in service. This a great dvd to have!

  3. Rated 5 out of 5

    KC fan

    Again the classic Bob Ernst style is strong in this video. plenty of oakways are found in this show and a few lmx units and a couple other units. lots of cascade green power. the line is captured well. This is again a video I found at the my local library and it is certainly well worth buying.

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