Highball along the Columbia River

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The Columbia River, the dividing line between Washington and Oregon, hosts two railroads on its banks.

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The Columbia River, the dividing line between Washington and Oregon, hosts two railroads on its banks! It took 11 days of shooting to really cover this river and her two railroads. Follow the UP from Troutdale to Hinkle (and catch the Office Car train!) and then we see the BNSF from Cape Horn Tunnel to Pasco. The scenery is awesome and so is the railfanning – there are several times you can see trains on both sides of the river! 3 hours of amazing action. Catch the Office Car train, cabooses, locals and more as we Highball the Columbia!

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2 reviews for Highball along the Columbia River

  1. Lloyd

    The video coverage is old, and we see lots of power that reflect that. But the quality is not the best as a result of the age of the coverage. I watched the video through to the end hoping it would improve, but in the end…. it turned out to be a waist of 3 hours. It is not easy to follow at times and the producer appears to be far to close to the rails in many cases. Disappointed? …. Yes. Recommended…. No.

  2. KC fan

    Its just a few minutes into the production and I am not happy I got this one. For starters I love the narration of peter crook, however, the narrator in this video, I personally find annoying and there is no option to turn it off, due to the program being old. Second the video is extremely choppy as far as editing goes, fast paced, switching between sides of the river with zero order. the camera quality doesn’t translate very well to modern times, but that is only the fault of progress. It is rare for me to want to not make it through the video. but I am going to switch to ” The Columbia river” instead.

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