"Steam in the Mountains" is a two-DVD series with stories of mountain railroads and locomotives.
Here are scenes from each of the four chapters on Volume Two of the "Steam in the Mountains" DVD.
We recorded our footage at the Mount Washington Cog Railway in October 2008 during the last days of steam, with as many as 4 locomotives visible at once. Diesels have since taken over all but one trip each day so the scenes found on our DVD are no longer possible! Read my Blog about Mount Washington - yardgoatimages.com/trip-report-mount-washington-cog-railway-when-steam-ruled
On Chapter Two, Western Maryland 2-8-0 steam locomotive 734 pulls regular trips plus scenes from a photo freight charter.
The Cumbres & Toltec has been described as “A Place Like Nowhere Else”. It is perhaps the best example of narrow-gauge steam railroading in North America. Our program features scenes from a 2005 two-day photo freight charter. (analog) Read my Blog about the Cumbres & Toltec - yardgoatimages.com/the-cumbres-toltec-a-friend-in-need
Our chapter on German Steam operations features the Harz Mountain Narrow Gauge and the Zittau Narrow Gauge Railways. These two railroads offer steam powered daily service to locals and tourists. Catch wintertime action and see Harz trains ascending Mt. Brocken.
Video captured using multiple tripod-mounted HD cameras. Running time approximately 97 minutes, organized by chapters, and minimal narration.
Steve Mitchell, Yard Goat Images, yardgoatimages.com
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