Canrail Video Productions


Bobby Beaver
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In the summer of 1952, Emery Gulash, began capturing activities on the Wabash Railroad on 16mm color film.

The Wabash railroad had essentially two main lines: Chicago to Kansas City, and Detroit - Toledo to Kansas City. Emery followed the Wabash over these two lines capturing first generation diesels, some name passenger trains (such as The Wabash Cannonball), and quite a bit of freight action as well.

You'll visit locations such as Detroit: (and Fort Street Union Station), Ft. Wayne, Mexico Missouri, Oakwood Yard; Windsor; and Toledo; as well as many other locations.

This DVD covers the time period from 1952 through 1966 after the merger with the N&W.

Dolby Digital 2.0 Stereo
Approx. Run Time: 60 Minutes $26.95

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 Also Available on Blu-Ray  

TrainTown Toronto
(16mm Color Film From The Camera of Emery Gulash)

Travel along with us on a long-ago weekend adventure for Emery Gulash and his good friend Walt Sardinia.

The two friends came early and stayed late for a day, or maybe a few days, on the sunny side of the tracks of the Toronto Terminals Railway in the early 1970s, recording the passage of a wide spectrum of passenger trains, switching moves, and some freight traffic into and near the vibrant Beaux-Arts Toronto Union Station, opened in 1927.

This was the era before Via Rail Canada took over long-distance passenger operations in 1978. A non-stop parade of trains of the Canadian Pacific, Canadian National, Government of Ontario Transit -- GO Transit for short, and Ontario Northland are seemingly everywhere in these historic rail action scenes.

16mm Film - HD Digital Transfer on a State of the Art Frame by Frame Transfer Machine for the Ultimate Color, brightness and Detail.

Note: This DVD has been down-converted from our High Definition Video Master, and formatted for both Wide-screen and 4x3 TVs -- This DVD will properly play on Wide-screen televisions as 16x9 and on 4x3 televisions as pan & scan 4x3

Approx; 56 Minutes
Dolby Digital 5.1 Surround Sound

DVD-TrainTown Toronto (Early 1970s)

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