Union Pacific In Roseville
SBHRS Model Railroading
Moving the OWR&N Business Car #184
Union Pacific in Roseville in Blu-Ray or DVD format: Filmed in the last months of 2010 near the old Southern Pacific station. This Video includes engine house switching, local freights, drag freights, and hot shot double stacks. See a wide array of engines including: AC44CW, AC44CWCTE, AC45CCTE, AC44CWCTE, B30-7, C40-8W, C41-8W, C44AC, C44-9W, C6044AC, ES44AC, GP38-2, GP40-2, GP40M-2, SD60, SD40-2, SD60, SD60M, SD70, SD70M, SD9043ACe, and the 6000 hp SD90Ace. UP Power at its best!
SBHRS Model Railroading April 2012: in Blu-Ray or DVD format: This is about a one hour video of the SBHRS model railroad N & HO gauge layouts. It recreates your viewing fun watching trains at the museum. The entire family will enjoy it, but especially the youngsters. The model trains are filmed close up on the layouts so the result simulates viewing real world railroads. Close viewing of some of the highly detailed structures and scenery give you a first hand view that may not be available in person. You might even spot your favorite train passing by the old lumber plant or stopping at the San Jose Station. See if you can decide which layout you are watching, HO or N? Then stop by SBHRS and compare the video to the real layouts. Wow it’s that good!
Moving the OWR&N Business Car #184 Video in DVD format only: Since 2002, the OWR&N Business Car #184 has been stored at the Port of Redwood City Ca, along with a number of other private cars of historic significance. This Video Documents the move to the Historic Santa Clara Ca, train depot, home of SBHRS, and its placement adjacent to the freight dock. See the car lifted off its tucks and moved by truck, down the traffic filled city streets on its 20+ mile trek. See the workmen work against the clock all night to get the car placed before the commuter trains starting running. This is one Video you won’t want to miss.
These videos are member produced and your donation for these items will help with our fundraising actives. We want to thank you for your support of SBHRS. the Board and general membership appreciate it very much.