St. Louis Rails, Action in the Gateway to the West

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Hop on board, there’s a lot of railroading inside the city limits of St. Louis. Join us for all the hot spots!

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St. Louis, the Gateway to the West, has plenty of railroad action to keep railfans busy… and watching! In over an hour we stay inside the city limits and yet see a huge variety of action.  There are 6 Class 1 railroads that work this gateway: UP, BNSF, KCS, CSX, CN and NS. All the major players are seen, including those who don’t rate a “Class 1” status, with the exception of the Alton & Southern. We’ll look at hot spots such as MacArthur Bridge, Grand Interlocking, St. Louis Produce Row and Downtown.

Shot between in 2017 and 2019, this is an up-to-date look at the third busiest rail gateway in the United States. Available as standard definition DVD or high definition Blu-ray.

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3 reviews for St. Louis Rails, Action in the Gateway to the West

  1. Sam Yao

    Best program that I have seen on the area in years! I really hope there is a follow up program or programs that will cover the rest of the St. Louis area.

  2. Hob Peterson

    St. Louis doesn’t have enough attention from the railfan community (unless you live here!), but this might change that. The quality of the video, the recent action and the variety of action really make this a great “Gateway” train show!!

  3. Pete Z.

    An overall great program showing railroading in the heart of Saint Louis itself, the famous spots on the Illinois side are not shown nor is Kirkwood MO but that is fine. My only let down was that despite what one might think by the cover, that the TRRA would be well shown with their sharp red & white motive power throughout the program whereas in realty only 2 TRRA trains are shown with their own diesel power, but I still recommend this program to those that are interested in big city freight railroading with emphasis on more industrial settings.

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