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Following C&NW’s Shore and Valley Lines CD (Vol #4)


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CD-Rom photographed and produced by Verne Brummel This title provides a sight-seeing tour of the Shore Line and Valley Line right-of-way, plus the “paper mill branch” that ran between Kaukauna and Appleton. Coverage includes many depots, station signs, semaphores (about 90% of all signals), Green Bay’s “Broadway Tower”, signal bridges, train yards, junctions, yard office buildings, and noteworthy railroad bridges along the way.

598 slide images on the CD are vintage early 1970’s to early 1980’s, shifting back and forth between decades to show differences in depot structures, and motive power on hand in the train yards. Numerous roster shots are featured on this CD of Alco, Baldwin, and Fairbanks-Morse units which called this part of the C&NW “home”, and other C&NW motive power in a number of train yards. Trains meandering along the various rail lines are also shown as they pass by a number of stations.
Featured Wisconsin locations along the way include Wiscona, Glendale, Fox Point, Bayside, Mequon, Port Washington, Belgium, Cedar Grove, Oostburg, Sheboygan, Haven, Cleveland, Newton, Manitowoc, Rockwood, Francis Creek, Maribel, Denmark, Bellevue, Green Bay, Duck Creek, Ashwaubenon, DePere, Little Rapids, Wrightstown, Kaukauna, Little Chute, Appleton, Appleton Flats, Kimberly, Combined Locks, Menasha, Neenah, Snells, Winnebago, Oshkosh, Black Wolf, Van Dyne, Dexter, North Fond Du Lac, Marshline, Fond Du Lac, Marblehead, Quarry, Eden, Campbellsport, Kewaskum, West Bend, Jackson, Rockfield, Germantown, Granville, and Milwaukee.

Recommended System Requirements: Windows 98 / ME / NT 4.0 / 2000 / XP / Vista. Has not as yet been tested on Windows 7. Display: 800×600 screen resolution, highest (32-bit) color quality. Your computer must be able to run the ?CD-R? and “DVD+R” disc formats. While only recommended for Windows, it will run on the Mac OSX, but with “Boot Camp”. Will NOT run on TV set-top DVD players. Contact with any questions

Weight 2 lbs