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#11

AT THE THROTTLE

CAB RIDE VOLUME 5

The Surfline

ca. 90min|DVD

YEAR

2010

EDITED VERSION

At the Throttle Volume 5 takes you to Southern California's scenic Surfline, primarily in San Diego and southern Orang Counties, to enjoy images of railroading that fewever experience. With our camera mounted inside and outside the cabs of several different BNSF locomotives, you'll get to see the road not only from the engineer's perspective but from other interesting angles and placements as well.
For many miles, the Surfline skirts along the blue waters of the Pacific Ocean, giving riders a spectacular view of California's coast. You'll startyour journy on board a San Diego-bound freight an then will makes several trips in both directions overscenic portions of the line. Among the familiar landmarks you'll pass are the San Clemente Pieetween the the railsr, the Carelsbad trestles, San Onofre, Oceanside, Leucadia, Del Mar, the climb up Miamar Hill, and San Diego.
For the most part, our cameras are mounted at various positions on Dash 8-40 CW and C44-9W locomotives hauling BNSF freights, on the lead units and also on following units. These heavy, hard working engines takes us past meets with Amtrak's Pacific Surfliners and North County Transit District's Coaster and Sprinter commuter trains. At the Throttle Volume 5 is not your traditional cab ride; it's a totally unique journey along one of the most scenic lines in America!

 

#12

AT THE THROTTLE

CAB RIDE VOLUME 6

A Railroader's Perspective

ca. 304min|
DVD

04/2011

EDITED VERSION

Welcome to Volume 6 of our exxiting At the Throttle Cab Ride series! In the program, we^ll show you a railroader's perspective and a whole lot more as we once again take to the rails in Southern California. Not only is this production the longest of our At the Throttle shows, it's the most varied. This time, our cameras have been placed on top of, in front of, inside, behind, and even underneath many BNSF consists. With each scene lasting only a few minutes, you'll be constantly entertained by new and interesting vantage points and locales.
Starting off on the San Bernardino Sub, we move to Barstow, Cajon, Hobart Yard, Santa Ana Canyon, the Harbor Sub, the Alameda Corridor, and many other busy areas. The really unique aspect of this coverage comes from the way you'll see the tracks, the trucks and axles, and surrounding terrain as the trains go about their durties.Some of the camera placements include roof mount on the lead and rear engines; on the knuckle; underneath, inside, and on top of the steps; on the cars; inside the cabs; and even between the rails as the train rolls overhead. This gives you a chance to experience railroading in a way no other program can provide. It's an exciting way to live life on the rails close up and personal. Join us for a rare adventure in At the Throttle Cab Ride Volume 6 - A Railroader's Perspective!

 

#13

THE ULTIMATE CAJON SUBDIVISON

12 Hours on 4 Discs!
Over 500 Trains!

ca. 720min|
4 DVD

10/2007

EDITED VERSION

From the great San Bernardino Valley to the high desert community of Barstow lies one of the busiest and most scenic mainlines in the county. At just over 81 miles in length, the BNSF Cajon Sub is a powerful artery that plays an integral role in moving trains to and from Southern California.with ist stiff climb over Cajon Pass, endless flow of traffic, and vistas of stark beauty, the Cajon Sub is a place of limitless photo opportunities for railroad photographers.
Pentry takes you on a journey of epic proportions across this railroading hot spot.For close to five years, leaving almost no mile undocumented, filming over 500 trains during winter snow storms and summer heat, we searched out incredible photo locations to take you into the heart of this line as it’s never been seen before!
BNSF, Union Pacific, and Amtrak deliver nonstop thrills here. These trains are covered on the Mojave Desert between Barstow and Victorville as well as on the challenging Pass. We also capture the action on Union Pacific’s Colton-Palmdale Cutoff as it parallels the BNSF on Cajon Pass. You’ll see numerous trains with foreign power leading, along with other surprises such as passenger specials and Grand Canyon Railway steam engines and tenders riding on flatcars. Plus, you’ll catch sight of the early stages of new mainline construction and tunnel daylighting projects as well. There’s so much to see!
On Discs one and Two you’ll explore the lines in detail from San Bernardino to Barstow. Discs Three and Four take you back to San Bernardino with all new footage. None of the images you see here have been used in any other production. This is 12 hours of all new material! You won’t want to miss a second of our blockbuster presentation, the Ultimate Cajon Subdivision!

MAP

BNSF RAILWAY
CALIFORNIA DIVISION

 

#14

Triple Track Cajon

ca. 195min|
DVD

2009

EDITED VERSION

California's Cajon Pass has long been a favorite destination for countless railfans from around the world. The first line was built by Santa Fe in 1885 and years later the Southern Pacific constructed its own line through the pass. Today, Cajon is busier than ever with more traffic than the two lines can support. So after several years of careful planning, BNSF broke ground in 2007 for a third main track linking the 15.9 miles between Keenbrook and Summit.
Pentrex brings you the story of this third track construction from beginning to end. We'll take you back to the start of the project and show you the process of cutting new slopes and embankments; moving millions of cubic yards of earhwork and rocks; building culverts and retaining walls; eliminating two tunnels; creating five new bridges; and track laying. It was a massive undertraking, as you'll see during the first portion of our show.
Then we treat you to nonstop action on today's triple-tracked Cajon, traveling from Verdemont to Summit with great befor-and-afther footage. A heavy winter storm gave us the opportunity to bring you rare, fantastic snow scenes. As a special treat, we've included Bonus Footage featuring a cab ride from Blue Cut to Summit. If you throught seeing dual movements on two tracks was a thrill, wait until you see the screen filled with the excitement of three trains operating simultaneously on three tracks! Triple Track Cajon delivers the kind of railroading adventure that will enjoy time and again!

 

#15

Tehachapi Cab Ride

ca. 137min|
DVD

2010

EDITED VERSION

Although is starts in a grey day in March, 1998, this is a fascinating ride from Bakerfield to Barstow over Tehachapi Pass. Eight units power the Z NBYWSP-9, BNSF's hottest train, with C40-8W #861 on the point. The view is straight ahead from Caliente to Mojave, but with many roving camera shots, especially around the famous loop. The conductor provides information on the line to a trainee. The video was taped by Roy Knighton, a transportation specialist, who has ridden and taped on the head end of a number of trains.

 

#16

WIDESCREEN

Cajon Pass

BNSF RAILWAY'S CAJON SUB

ca. 120min|
DVD

04/2011

EDITED VERSION

7idea Productions traveled to Cajon Pass in April of 2011 to capture modern-day railroading at this spectacular place. A high volume of BNSF and Union Pacific trains run over Cajon each day and night. We will begin in San Bernardino first thing in the morning and head east over the summit and through the Mojave Desert to Barstow. Thrill to the sound of 10,000 foot-long stack trains grinding up the 2,2% grade and right into your living room! A great variety of trains are featured including mixed manifests, auto racks, coal and piggyback trains. We will visit famous locations such as Sullivan's Curve, the Mormon Rocks, the daylighted tunnels at Alray and much more. There is plenty of action on BNSF's new triple track main plus Union Pacific trains on the former SP Palmdale Cutoff, making a total of four main lines over Cajon! The high density of trains, noteworthy scenery and numerous photo locations has made this THE destination for railfans from all over the world! You'll see why in Cajon Pass... BNSF Railway's Cajon Subdivision.

 

#17

WIDESCREEN

Donner Pass

Stacks in the High Sierras

ca.120min|
DVD

2010

EDITED VERSION

For over 140 years the Sierra Nevada Mountains of north California have reverberated with the sounds of hard-working locomotives of the Central Pacific , Southern Pacific and now the Union Pacific. Im November 2009, double-stack traffic re-routed off the nearby Feather River Canjon adding to the frequency of trains on this legendary route. 7idea Productions made three trips to Donner Pass between January and September 2010 to capture the many personalities of "The Hill" between Roseville, California and Sparks, Nevada. From late summer sun to blizzard conditions on the Mountain, you'll have a front row seat of the Union Pacific in action! Take in the amazing view of mainline action from high atop Red Mountain, the old Central Pacific fire lookout above Cisco. Stand inside the snow sheds of Norden as a heavy stack train blasts through! Snowshoe into Troy and see Jordan Spreaders and flangers hard at work clearing the stuff off the double-track main! Feel the ground shake as 10,000 foot stack and manifest trains labor up 2% grades in Run 8! Distributed power is everywhere, as Union Pacific utilizes this technology for more efficient train handling. Witness heavy trains running in 4x2, 1x1x1, even 3x3x1 configurations. Shot in beautiful high-definition in spring, late summer and winter, this is the ultimate look at Donner Pass!

 

#18

THE SPREADER SNOW PLOW

New MEGA Machines of the Sierra

PART I OF II

ca. 80min|
DVD

2009/2010

EDITED VERSION

12 HOURS A DAY, 6+ DAYS A WEEK FOR 3 MOTHS, UNION PACIFIC AND A TEAM OF HIGHLY SKILLED CONTRACTORS MADE HISTORY BY REBULDING TWO JORDAN SPREADERS, THE SPMW 4031 AND 4032.

TODAY, SPEADER SNOW PLOWS ARE THE WORKHORSE AND BACKBONE FOR KEEPING THE RAILS CLEAR OF SNOW AND ICE DURING WINTER MONTH FOR THE NEW HIGH-PRIORITY DOUBLE STACK TRAINS CROSSING THE SIERRA'S DONNER PASS.

SINCE ORIGINALLY BUILT IN THE 1960'S THE JORDAN SPREADERS HAVE BASICALLY BEEN UNCHNGED UNTIL SEPTEMBER OF 2009 WHEN A TEAM, MET WITH A STRICT DEADLINE TO COMPLETE BEFORE WINTER, UNDERTOOK THE MONUMENTAL TASK OF COMPLETELY REBUILDING TWO MEGA MACHINES.

LIKE A REALITY TV SHOW, WITNESS THE DRAMA AND DIFFICULTIES INCURRED ALONG THE WAY. THE 4031 AND 4032 WERE COMPLETED AND DEPLOYED ON THE FIRST DAY OF THE "STORM OF THE DECADE" IN 2010. IN THE END, THE DEDICATED CREW MAY HAVE PREVAILED, BUT WAS IT READY TO PLOW SNOW?

 

#19

THE ULTIMATE TEHACHAPI

8 Hours!
300+ Trains on 2 DVD's!

ca. 420min|
2 DVD

08/2006

EDITED VERSION

From searing desert heat to snow-capped mountains, with its curves, tunnels, nonstop parade of trains, and famed Loop, Tehachapi offersmainline railroading excitement like no other place in the world. Now Pentrex brings you the most expansive tour of Tehachapi ever produced, with a full 8 hours of incredible action recorded on two discs. All new footage shot through the changing seasons over a three-year period brings you the beauty and challenges of railroading over this mountain pass, including snowstorms on Tehachapi. Over 300 BNSF , Union Pacific, and other trains are shown as they climb steep grades, brake downgrade, spiral around horseshoe curves and the famous Loop, and snake through the tunnels. These trains are powered by a huge assortment of owned and leased motive power ranging from older GP38s and SD40-2s to the latest SD70ACEs and GEVOs, and the variety of traffic, including special movements such as the Red and Blue Units circus trains, is astonishing. Part 1 of this monumental epic takes you south from Kern Juction in Bakersfield to Mojave Junction. Part 2 makes the return trip from Mojave to Kern Jucnction, giving you ample opportunity to stop at all the sidings, witness the trains from great photo angles, and get in-depth coverage of all the famous locations on this world renowned railroading landmark. This is the Ultimate Tehachapi!

TEHACHAPI MAP

 

#20

DONNER
Featuring

- Battle for Donner Pass
- Across Donner Summit

ca. 198min|
DVD

11/2003 (1993-96)

EDITED VERSION

Between Roseville California and Sparks, Nevada lies one of the most difficult sustained climbs in American railroading, the Donner Summit route. This 140-mile stretch of formerly Southern Pacific, now Union Pacific double tracked mainline routinely challenges trains to 2.3 percent grades on its 85-mile eastbound climb to the 7,000-foot elevation at Donner Summit. In our Donner Combo DVD you can experience three hours of thrilling Donner action in threse two dynamic shows:

Battle for Donner Pass. Here is the incredible story of the Southern Pacific men and equipment that fought impossible odds to keep this historic mountain pass open through winer's worst storms. This amazing saga takes you right into the cabs of the equipment and introduces the people whose job it was to keep the tracks clear. You'll see the flangers and regulators, spreaders and bulldozers, rotaries and more!

Across Donner Summit.Our host and personal guide through this exciting presentation is noted railroad photographer and historian Richard Steinheimer. Heavy Southern Pacific trains continue to use the original route built over the Summit by the Central Pacific Railroad in the 1860s. After 120 years of continual use, the obstacles are still staggering. Steep grades, sharpcurves and required in both directions. You'll see flangers and spreaders clear bitter storms and as clear skies brighten the surrounding snowcover. Witness the majesty of nature and the indomitable will that keeps the trains moving over SP's Donner Summit!

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