The following videos are from Collector's
Beneath New York's Street
Taking Of Pelham One Two Three
PCC A Dedication to the
Newark City Subway PCC Cars Video Volume 1
NJ TRANSIT's Historic President Conference Committee (PCC)
Cars, which made their Newark City Subway debut on January 8, 1954, made their
last run on August 24, 2001 and have since been officially retired. This video
features the PCC Cars – a look back at the PCC Cars including vintage footage,
commentary, trackside and headend footage as well as various station shots
between Franklin Avenue and Penn Station, Newark.
A Dedication to the Newark City
Subway PCC Cars Video Volume 2
NJ TRANSIT’s Historic President
Conference Committee (PCC) Cars, which made their Newark City Subway debut on
January 8, 1954, made their last run on August 24, 2001 and have since been
officially retired. This video features the Retirement Ceremony in Newark; the
last official run of the PCC Cars and a look at the new Light Rail Vehicles (LRV’s)
operating between Branch Brook Park Station and Penn Station, Newark
on the Newark City Subway
program features a trackside tour of the last operating PCC cars in New Jersey.
The line opened in 1935 and is scheduled for all new equipment later this year.
additional 10 minutes of vintage footage is also show.
the Number 15
Philadelphia shut down the last of its traditional streetcar lines. In so doing,
the era of surface running, center of street, electric railways in the United
were once a part of everyday life in virtually every US city, we have preserved
here an urban experience in its waning days. On this program we ride a PCC car
built by the St Louis Car Company in 1947. The title has a double meaning in
that our ride is toward the end of the day and the end of service. The line is
entirely street running and the program features many line-side views.
City Line- Part 1
Part 1 of two exciting videos featuring a "Head End" Ride in the cab
of a N.J. Transit GP40PH-2 diesel locomotive. This segment features scenes shot
from Atlantic City to Atco, NJ.
Plus vintage footage.
program will take you on a nostalgic look back in time (between 1936 and 1965)
at many of Pennsylvania’s colorful traction lines including Johnstown,
Pittsburgh, Allentown, Scranton, Norristown, Lancaster and Philadelphia.
Sub-titles indicate most locations with Dixieland music in the background.
program will take you on a "Head-End" ride on the PATCO High Speed
Line from 15-16th Street Station, Philadelphia ove the Delaware River via the
Ben Franklin Bridge to Camden, and on to Lindenwold, NJ.
then take a short "Head End" ride on the former P.R.R. Schylkill
Valley Line (now operated by SEPTA) from Cynwyd to 30th Street Station,
I & II
Tracking the Silverliners covers non-stop, run-by action of SEPTA's MU's at
Pennsylvania locations including Jenkintown, Wayne, Bryn Mawr, and 30th STreet
Station, as well as intermediate points.
ALP-44 powered trains are also featured.
Arrow Lines Video
Philadelphia Suburban Transportation Company, commonly referred to as the Red
Arrow Lines, served the Western suburbs of the city of Philadelphia until it was
merged in 1970 with SEPTA.
shows some of the highlights of its operation.
will take you for a "Head End" ride in the cab of a GE, MU train from
30th Street through the new tunnel to Market East Station then all stops to the
Elm Street Station in Norristown, PA.
minute video takes a historical look at the Pennsy's tremendous physical
plant in the Philadelphia area. Ride MP-54's down the West Chester and Media
Lines - See Circus trains departing the Cardington branch, view the old 30th
Street coach yards, watch diesel freights moving on the Highline, and more !
Color and black & white, with maps, graphics, and narration.
of Southeastern Pennsylvania
program features Southeastern Pennsylvania suburban operations in the 1950's and
1960's including the Red Arrow, Route 46 and the Ardmore lines.
scenes from the blizzard of December 24, 1966. (Includes Sweepers and other
to the Bullets & Brills. The last of the original Bullet and Brill cars of
the former Philadelphia & Western were retired in 1989.
Trolleys of New England
Trolleys of New England (2)
Connecticut Company Trolleys
Trolleys of Eastern Massachusetts
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