ALLEGHENY RAILS VOLUME I - THE BALTIMORE & OHIO
The name "Bill Price" is synonymous with steam era railroad photography and his action steam photos appear in numerous books and articles. Bill also made 8mm color movies while taking his famous photographs and they have been shown to many groups with enthusiastic results.
Now, through the use of state-of-the-art broadcast quality film to video transfers, this historic motion picture collection is available to all on DVD.
The first program features the William P. Price films made in 1953 and 1954 on the Baltimore & Ohio. Filmed on the Pittsburgh Division over Sand Patch Grade and the Cumberland Division's west end, you'll see the "Big Six" 2-10-2, EM-1 2-8-8-4, P-1d 4-6-2, Qlba 2-8-2, and the Alco FA. The B&O's famous passenger trains are seen including the "Washingtonian". Each scene is documented with historical information by Bill Price and Harry Stegmaier, Jr. The story is told by announcer-actor-railfan Rege Cordic. Presented with a musical background. 55 minutes.
Jacket Photograph: Bill Price © 1988 WB Video Productions. All Rights Reserved.