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In the summer of 1952, Emery Gulash, well known railfan photographer, began capturing activities on the Wabash on beautiful 16 mm color film. Green Frog is proud to release this Heritage Series DVD.
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.
You will witness the merger into the Norfolk and Western as well. 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


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