Rare footage of the railroads of New England, filmed from the 1930's onward by Eugene Livernois. The "Berkshires" and "Hudsons" of the Boston & Albany at Charleton Depot, R3 Mountain-Types and Moguls of the New Haven, "Pacifics" of the Boston & Maine", Two-foot gauge steamers at Edaville and excursions on the Monadnock, Steamtown & Northern are featured. Also seen are the B&M's "Flying Yankee" at Old Orchard Beach, Maine, New Haven Moguls and diesels at Southbridge, Massachusetts, a New Haven "Bud Car" at Webster, Massachusetts, a ride on a New Haven RDC into New London and the famed British Flying Scotsman on its tour of the US. We also visit the 1939 New York World's Fair exhibit of locomotives, including the Norfolk and Western's Class A. There is a Penn Central wreck at Charleton Depot and Penn Central diesels in West Springfield yard.
- Run Time 44 Minutes
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