Seven Trains at the Greeley Freight Station Museum (DVD or BluRay)
$14.95 – $16.95
Seven Trains at the Colorado Model Railroad Museum’s Oregon, California & Eastern Railway
Long trains. Spectacular scenery. Model railroad realism at its zenith. Ninety car trains struggling up 2.2% grades through one breathtaking scenic vista after another. All of that and more reflect the experience of visiting a spectacular miniature creation of prototypical western American mountain railroading in this one hour, 13 minute video collection of railroad action taken on the OC&E Railway between its western terminus in Klamath Falls, Oregon, and its eastern counterpart 120 miles to the east in Lakeview.
See the OC&E’s famous High Bridge, the notorious Quartz Mountain snow shed, thousands of scale trees and crystal clear rolling rivers. Experience an engine cab ride directly through sweeping vistas of mountainous terrain. It’s all there for the enjoyment of both the experienced and beginning modeler to soak in and enjoy. Well over a full hour of runbys through one amazing scene after another. Viewers will have to keep reminding themselves, “this is a model; it’s not the real thing”. This definitely not a “Plywood Pacific”.
Let’s face it: nothing beats being right there at the museum in Greeley, Colorado, witnessing this amazing railroad up close and personal. But this video comes pretty darn close! So sit back, relax and take a ride on what many call the finest scenicked model railroad of its size in the world. See what magic takes place when 20.5 scale miles of single track mainline is compressed into 5,500 square feet of pure, mountain beauty.
The Colorado Model Railroad Museum is a 501(c)3 non-profit organization established to promote model railroading throughout the world. The museum is open to the public Wednesdays through Saturdays from 10 a.m. until 4 p.m. in the summer. It is also open year round on Sundays from 1-4 p.m. Between Labor Day weekend and Memorial Day weekend the museum is open Saturdays and Sundays between 10 a.m. and 4 p.m. Visiting information and directions can be obtained through the museum’s website at cmrm.org, or by telephone: (970) 392-2934.
Running Time: 1 Hour 13 Minutes
Blu-Ray, Standard DVD