Pennsylvania Railroad, Emory Gulash in the 1950s

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The Pennsy, The “Standard Railroad of the World”…Beginning in the summer of 1952, the standard forfilmographers,Emery Gulash, began capturing prolific amounts of activity on the PRR.

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Follow Emery and his 16mm Bolex cameras as he records in beautiful color the end of steam and the transition to first generation diesels. You’ll see Decapods, Baldwin Centipedes, and Sharks, ‘F’ units, early Geeps, GG-1’s, Alco RS-3’s, just to name a few! Locations covered include Tunnel Hill, Horseshoe Curve, Hollidaysburg, Altoona, Fort Wayne, Walbridge Yard, The ‘Corridor’, as well as many other ‘hot spots’! You’ll witness many of the Pennsy’s name trains such as The Duquesne, The Pennsylvania Limited, The Broadway Limited…And we haven’t forgotten you freight and electric fans either! Back in 1952 Emery did not realize that one day this amazing giant railroad would merge with the New York Central and be called the Penn Central. This DVD covers the time frame from 1952 to 1969.

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