DVD – 120 minutes – $35.00
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Cuba’s Finest Narrow Gauge Railway: Central Rafael Freyre

Experience railroad life from another era. 2 1/2 – foot gauge railroading in the hills of Cuba’s remote north-east coast. Cab rides, double headers, pushers, steep grades and no train brakes! See a pair of cap-stacked Baldwin 2-8-O’s tackle the fabled 4% Boston Branch. First filmed visit inside the sugarmill factory.

Hershey Electric Railway/Brill Railbuses in Cuba
With Brill Interurbans ~ GE Steeplecabs • Main and Branchline Rides ~ Hershey Shops • Guantanamo Branchlines • Brill meets Model A on Main Street • Brill and RDC at Moron Station • Sugar Railroad Roundhouse and Brills


DVD – 120 minutes – $35.00

DVD – 120 minutes – $35.00
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Whistlin’Dixie in Cuba

• An 1891 ex-Southern Mogul comes back to life in a smokey steam shop and in the cane fields.
• Model A Ford meets steam freight at a country station.
• Steam Crash! Unsuspecting tourists nail a Mikado at a freeway crossing.
• Cuba’s oldest steamer – an 1878 Baldwin 0-4-2T
• ‘Steam Festival 2000’ at Moron Station
• Mainline Triple-Header into the sunset

Island Time Warp – An introduction to the trains of Cuba

Two hours of the best footage shot by Adolf and Okan Hungrywolf during many months of travel throughout Cuba. American made steam locomotives of many varieties and several wheel arrangements are seen highballing through sugarcane fields and across quaint stone bridges, switching crowded mill yards and being serviced in simple shops by friendly and dedicated workers. Also includes scenes of Hershey Electric interurbans and steeplecabs, plus a trip on the MLW-powered express through the island from Santiago de Cuba to Havana’s Central Station.

DVD – 120 minutes – $35.00


Station to Station on “The Canadian”

Historic scenes from Father-and-Son train trips across Canada in 1986.
Filmed from aboard the trains, up in the dome cars, in the locomotive cabs and from down on the ground at these and other stations:
Vancouver, Kamloops, Golden, Field, Lake Louise, Banff, Calgary, Medicine Hat, Winnipeg, Kenora, Thunder Bay, White River, Franz Junction, Sudbury, North Bay, Ottawa, Montreal and Toronto.

DVD – 120 minutes – $35.00

Steam in Western Canada

Featuring C.P.R. “Empress” No. 2816 in the Canadian Rockies • C.N.R. 4-8-2 No. 6060 in Alberta • Fort Steele 2-6-2 No. 1077 in filming of “Shanghai Noon” • Doubleheaded 0-6-0’s at Calgary’s Heritage Park • Prairie Dog’s C.P.R. 4-4-0 on Winnipeg branchline
• Shay & Tanker at B.C. Forest Museum • Alberta Prairie 2-8-0 No. 41. Plus Highlights from:
• 1986 Steam Expo – with 21 locomotives • 1988 “Great Canadian Steam Excursion” with doubleheading from Vancouver through mountains and canyons with three big engines.

DVD – 120 minutes – $35.00