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No.923
A thread for random features, movies and related AV (audio-visual) material that may hold the interest of assorted anoraks, foamers, gunzels and tetsu-ota.
¨ No.924
"Why Risk Your Life?" -- 1940s Railroad Safety Film–(YouTube)
"Why Risk Your Life?" -- 1940s Railroad Safety Film
¨ No.925
"And Then There Was One" - Full Documentary [OFFICIAL]–(YouTube)
"And Then There Was One" - Full Documentary [OFFICIAL]

[This 93-minute clip] is a feature-length documentary that tells the story of Southern Railway #4501 and the men and women who have cared for her.
¨ No.928
Train 406–(YouTube)
I like these two films from the National Film Board of Canada. It covers the era I find most interesting and all facets of Canadian railroading as it was at the time (1950's).

Plus there is some rare CNR C-Liner footage. :-)
¨ No.929
Railroaders 1958–(YouTube)
And this one that takes place on the CPR mainline in Rogers Pass in winter of 1958.

Another video I like is called "End of the Line", another NFB production. It profiles the very end of steam on the CNR in eastern Canada. The interviews with crews were most prophetic. (again, there's some C-Liner & H16-44 action in the backgrounds)

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