UP IN THE
"Your shows are just super.
Will you please send additonal copies of STEAM UP and THE
ROCK TRAINS to my son...."
love the two videos I ordered (STEAM UP and THE ROCK TRAINS)."
shots of a quintuple-header have to
be seen to be believed. Unforgettable.
Steam Up in the Mountains features an overview of logging
railroad history… and
faithful train re-creations by the five steam locomotives."
is informative (and)
Golden Rail's best video to date. An
excellent production. It
should be required viewing for anyone with an interest in steam logging
is a great film,
especially if you like logging railroads.
shows old logging
footage, then current (operations) with old pieces of rail and logging
"It depicts five steam engines running just outside the gates of Mt.
Rainier National Park at a steam festival.
"Golden Rail has a nice touch to all their videos... and this one is
(vol. 1 & 2)
DVD's are terrific. The railroad parts are fantastic AND you
really captured the majestic scenery beautifully. Your shots
of the Grand Canyon are about the
best I've ever seen!"
THE ROCK TRAINS
(Sebastian, age 3) and I have
been busy watching THE ROCK TRAINS. I
think we have watched the DVD about 20-30 times.
is "Percy" and No.5 is Thomas. He is
beginning to anticipate occurrences in the "tale."
particularly likes the "dumping scenes"
and anticipates "cows on the track."
shot of No.10 chuffing over the Big
Michel River bridge is one of the high points for him each
both enjoy ROCK TRAINS very much.
And I certainly enjoy sharing the time with Sebastian.
Thank you !
a journey...from tree to final product! I had to go back a
of times to get a double take of various segments! Great
have watched Steam Power Sawmill at least 15
sound on the DVD is as if I was standing right there next to the
machinery, that blew me away!
forward to future releases!
thank you for
producing a fine movie!
for producing superior
videos. It is most appreciated."
for great and outstanding videos!"
"Thanks very much for a brilliant
video." (STEAM-POWER SAWMILL)
so many of our fans, Stephan loves to build models of railroad
operations. Although from Europe he chose to model operations as seen
in Western Oregon. You can see pictures of his creativity at his
have friends all over the world. We truly appreciate
hearing from you. Thanks
to all for sharing your feedback and your
kind words of encouragement.