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24 full-length DVDs
25 captivating films
30+ hours of original footage
Featuring steam and diesel engines, trolleys and more
Includes seasonal films with fall foliage and winter wonderlands
See amazing backyard garden railroads
The largest collection of train history ever on DVD!Railroad excitement abounds in Trains, a 24-DVD collector s set exploring the rich and varied history of all things locomotive. These impressive documentaries showcasing everything from backyard model trains to modern diesel-powered superliners, plus whistle stops and semaphores galore are sure to delight rail enthusiasts the world over.
The glory days of the steam engine are recalled in films like On the Road with Frisco 1522 and Texas Steam Treasure, about the oldest steam locomotive in the United States still in daily service.
Train travel still has a place in contemporary society, so take a seat on Chicago s Metra, and see the bustling railway hub that services The Trains of Galesburg.
The Burlington Northern Santa Fe Railway is one of the most famous, with lines that traverse the entire country. Climb the 2.2 percent grade between Skykomish and Scenic, WA, in BNSF s Stevens Pass, then follow the route of the Old Santa Fe across the Arizona Divide.
The appeal of train travel for many is the beautiful scenery and now you can experience all four season, from the changing colors of leaves with Steam in the Autumn to the icy, snow-capped mountains of Steam in the Winter.
Collectors and Memories
Revisit the golden age of locomotives at the Illinois Railway Museum and take a Steam to the State Fair. Also, see how some have used their backyards to pay tribute to railroads in Garden Railroad Spectacular.