Ghost Trains of the Old West Vol 1

As seen on PBS

57 minutes

Includes extra feature still photos

Ghost trains of the old west was shot in the 1986-1990 on western scenic railroads.

Featuring:

Three-foot narrow-gauge freight and passenger trains climbing Colorado's Rocky Mountains on the Cumbres and Toltec Railroad and the spectacular Durango and Silverton

The Colorado Railroad Museum Take a ride on a Rio Grande Southern "Galloping Goose"

A climb up Utah's Wasatch Mountains behind Union Pacific Engine No. 618 and Southern Pacific Engine No. 1744 on the Heber Creeper

The Black Hawk Central.
Colorado and Southern Engine No. 71 in Central City
A visit to the oldest railroad museum where the C18 class Rio Grande Engine No. 71 is under steam

A visit to the famous "Hell's Gate Viaduct" of the Georgetown Loop

Nevada's famous "Ghost Train of Old Ely"
Nevada Northern No. 40

Steam replicas of Union Pacific Engine 119 and Central Pacific's "Jupiter" recreating the famous meeting of the lines and the driving of the Golden Spike on May 10, 1869

Engine No. 25 and No. 8 operating at the Nevada State Railroad Museum

Virginia and Truckee Engine No. 29 operating in Virginia City, Nevada

Shot in standard definition 4:3 screen size.

 

Copyright 1990

Madame Woo Video

Take a ride on the last surviving steam railroads of the Old West. These work horses of the past operate today as tourist railroads and scenic lines. Over 16 different steam engines on 10 different lines.

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