25. Philadelphia Memories Volume 3 - The Red Arrow Trolleys
The story of a surviving suburban trolley system from the 1950's to
today. Includes Routes 101 - 102 - 103 and 104. As seen through the
Super-8 lens of Gary Grahl, a look back at the marvelous Brill, St.
Louis and Kawasaki rail cars through Delaware County to West
Chester, Ardmore, Sharon Hill and Media. 126 minutes.
24. Philadelphia Memories Volume 2 - Subway and Surface Lines
The Colorfull Years - 1970's and 1980's. Includes Routes 10 - 11 -
13 - 34 - 36. Philadelphia SEPTA City Transit: Juniper St to 40th St
sub-way lines through Woodland and Chester Ave surface lines and
more. 1970's PCC Cars through 1980's Kawasaki. Experimental color
schemes and one of a kinds. 1 Hour 7 Min.
23. Our Memories of the Susquehanna
The videos in this movie are of the Susquehanna Line and were captured by Ron Wallace in the Late 90's. The movie
was near completion just before Ron passed away in August 2010. We have fnished the movie, and now release it in memory of Ron Wallace. Scenes
include Saddlebrook, Warwick, Erie Main, Little Ferry, Utica, Binghampton, Chenango Forks, Strucca, Butler, Syracuse, Phillipsburg, and more.
23-2. Long Island Railroad Volume 2
NASSAU COUNTY - Suburbs Created by Rail!
From the Super-8 films of Gary Grahl, Volume2 contains scenes of the
Long Island Railroad in Nassau County, as well as a few views from Queens and Suffolk Counties. The rapid growth of Nassau
in mid-century was mostly due to the availability of fast and efficient LIRR rail service to Penn Station, New York and
downtown Brooklyn. 2 Discs.
22. Long Island Rail Road Volume 1 - The East End
From the worn railroad of the 1970's through the modern railroad of the 21st Century...See port Jefferson Line, Mainline to greenport, and Montauk Branch.
21. Rails That Moved the 50's
A look back at the three major railroads that shaped the American way of life in the 1950's. Their equipment, their methods of operation, their safety procedures, and their people are all documented in these 5 industry films, which are a snapshot of how we saw ourselves in this time of growth and expansion.
Selections from: The Western Maryland Railway, The Reading Company, and The Pennsyvania Railroad.
20. Philadelphia Memories Volume I Surface Lines; The Colorful Years - 1970's 1980's
From the lens of Gary Grahl. See Philadelphia PCC's during the colorful 1970's and 1980's on routes 6, 15, 23, 52,56, and 60.
19. San Fransisco Memories
Witth 8mm movies from Frank Miklos, this video shows the street
railways in San Fransisco (1960-1980). In the second half, you will see
the more modern PCC cars that run in San Fransisco now, with scenes
from downtown San Fransisco and the Western Railway Museum
18. Our Memories of The Erie Lackawanna
Through the lens of four railfans, enjoy the Erie Lackawanna on the New
York and Scranton Divisions. This DVD features scenes including the
LAST run of the Phoebe Snow, action at Mountain Station and Dover, the
wreck at Pompton Jct, great Port Jervis action, and much more! These
amazing captures were contributed by Bob Pennisi, Al Holleuffer, Harry
Elder, and Philip Elder.
17. See the Key System!
From the late 1930's to its demise in 1958. Trains to Oakland Ferry
Terminal, the ferry, the opening of the Bay Bridge and Trains in East
Bay Terminal plus MORE!
Also Key System car at Western Railway Museum and early years of BART.
Boston Memories + Return to Boston Get both Boston
Memories and Return to Boston for one low price!
Length: 120 + 82 minutes
to Boston Featuring PCC cars,
light rail cars and rapid transit lines. From the lens of Stanley M.
Hauck, Narrated by Frank Miklos, Noted transit professional and
Rail Fanning/Ron's Steam Adventure Double Feature!
First, see Morris county central, Pine Creek, Strasburg and a Brazil
RR. Also N&W, Chessie, Sou & UP Fan Trips.
Then, See NH&I, MCC (Whippany) Wolfeborough, CASS, UP 8444, S.L.,
G&W, REading 2100, M & NJ, Steamtown (VT), BR&W, Strasburg
BEDT & B&O's Iron Horse Days (2100).
Length:80 + 40 minutes
13. Boston Memories Featuring PCC cars,
Everett-Forest Hills EL (Orange Line), also the Red & Blue Lines.
Also included are the Watertown and Arborway Lines. From the lens of
Frank Miklos, noted transit professional and historian.
Memories of Chicago Frank Miklos, Bob
Underwood, Ron Wallace bring you thier Chicago memories, thur thier old
8mm movie film. Action on the SOuth Shore Line, CTA and around Dearborn
and LaSalle street stations are features.
Across America The North Jersey
chapter of the National Railway Historical Society presents a trip
across America in the 1940's and early 50's, using Al Creamers 8MM
11. Trolley Across The North East From 1945 to the
early 50's Al Creamer traveled and photographed many trolleys in the
Northeast. So Follow Al as he travels along the coast to Washington
D.C, Maryland, Pennsylvania, Massachusetts, Canada, and more.
The Erie Lackawanna Frank Mentone
captures the mistique of The Phoebe Snow, both on board and along the
line from Hoboken to Scranton.
Bob Underwood shows us the earlier EL days into 1963. See rare shots of
downtown Passaic Lackawanna Paterson Station as well as ride on the
Sussex Branch and much more.
1. Erie Lackawanna
In The Last Days Of The Golden Years Travel the Erie
Lackawanna from the Barclay Street Ferry (NY) to 81st Street Chicago,
IL. See the Phoebe Snow, the Lake Cities Express, the Twilight, the New
York Mail, train #21, and many commuter trains. Read Full
Bygone Days on the Susquehanna Experience the
mystique of the Susquehanna Passenger Service in the 1960s. Read Full
Marathon After the Golden
Days of Trolley ended, a few cities held on. Read
Jesey Trolleys in the Mid Century &
Lehigh Valley Transit in the Twilight Years In this Double
Feature, we first see “Garden State Trolleys During the Mid Century.” Read Full Details
Memories of Jersey Central and Pennsylvania Railroads Bob Underwood, Ron
Wallace, and Frank Mentone remember the Jersey Central &
pennsylvania Railroads during the 1960's looking back at their 8mm
State Trolleys Al Cramer, was an
early member of the NRHS North Jersey Chapter. He filmed trolley lines
in 5 boroughs of NY as well as Westchester, Albany, Rochester,
Jamestown and Buffalo. He also took scenes of the Hudson River Day Line
and Mt. Beacon Incline. A second feature includes Ron Wallace's "Ride
the Rapid" taken during the Grade Crossing Elimination in the 1960's,
along with "New York Ferries" featuring 8 ferry lines from Staten
Island to Newberg, New York.
the Golden Years to the Penn Central Black Years Three Railfans,
Frank Miklos, Bob Underwood and Ron Wallace share their memories of NY
Central, PRR, New Haven and Penn Central from the 1960's. As well as
commuter trains of Boston, New York and Philadelphia. And finally, the
B&A between Boston and Albany, the Roger Williams and many other
long distance trains from their own old 8mm film. So let RonRail
Pictures take you back in time, when the Golden Days turned Black.
State Trolleys The North Jersey
Chapter of the National Railway Historical Society presents a trip back
in time with Al Creamer. His films of Keystone State trolleys are taken
from 1945 thru 1949 and include shots of Philadelphia, Fairmount Park,
Reading, Hershey, Wilkes Barre, Scranton, Lancaster, Johnstown,
Greenburg, Altoona and Pittsburgh.
The main feature is followed by
Bob Underwood's films of Philadelphia and Pittsburgh taken in the
1960's as well as slides taken by Ron Wallace.
in the Fabulous 50's
Two Disks Set!
Disk One: See NYC West Shore, Hudson & HarlemDivs. NYO&W, LV
(psgr), CNJ (s), RDG (s, RF&P, C&O, B&M (s), doodlebug,
BL2, RS3), MC, CN, NH, B&O (Jersey City Psgr service) NKP (s), Erie
(ferries and Erie Ltd in Passaic) DL&W (ferriers and PAterson) and
NYC (ferries), CB&Q, IC, CRI&P, D&GRW, NdeM, PPR(s), and
LRR(s), from 8mm by Walter Zullig
Disk Two: See many Steam industrial and short lines in the south and
well as BIG STEAM on the B&O, NTC, and IC centered around
Louisville, Ky and much MORE!!! from 8mm by Arthur Robb Sr.