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Trains Across the Midwest Volume 4 DVD
The Midwest is full of railroad action with Short Lines, Regionals and the big Class One's! C. Vision returns to this railroad rich region in "Trains Across the Midwest, Volume 4!"
In this volume we first travel to Milbank, South Dakota. Here the city hosts Train Fest each August and with it, the Sisseton Milbank Railroad operates the Whetstone Valley Express. We capture the final Whetstone Valley Express train that that was to be run for this event in the year 2005. This train was a delight for all passengers that rode. We get trackside views and from the cab scenes of the run, including a train robbery!
Then we head to west central Wisconsin and check out the action of a new shortline! The Wisconsin Northern Railroad, which is a division of Progressive Rail in Minnesota, operates the former Chicago, St. Paul, Minneapolis & Omaha line from Rice Lake to Chippewa Falls, Wisconsin and a portion of the former Soo Line main from Barron to Cameron. Two beautifully painted GP-15 dash 1's take charge of this line operating in a unique push-pull fashion.
Finally, we follow two Union Pacific lines in Wisconsin and Minnesota. Here we make chase to follow not only U.P. trains, but the last three Chicago and North Western locomotives that were left on the U.P. roster! CNW number 8646, 8701 and 8575 made rounds on the former CNW lines in late 2005 and early 2006. C. Vision cameras capture several different trains that were led with these units on the Altoona Sub and Mankato Sub. We see all three units leading trains throughout this segment! If you are a fan of the Chicago and North Western, you really can't miss this one!!!
Awesome mainline action, diverse Short Lines and Regionals make the Midwest one of the best places to watch trains. C. Vision takes you there in "Trains Across the Midwest, Volume 4!"
- Run Time 1 Hour 27 Minutes
- Color/HiFi Stereo Sound
- Screen Format: Full Screen (4:3)
- Region code 0; Worldwide NTSC
- Produced by C. Vision Productions 2006