“Song of The Pioneer”, the North Western’s 16 mm sound and color documentary film of its first century of operation, and which was completed shortly before the 1948 Chicago Railroad Fair was opened, has been made available by the Chicago & North Western Historical Society in the DVD format. This narrated color film has a running time of 27 minutes, and has been professionally copied from the original film. This movie was released by the C&NW to honor its first 100 years of operation, showing the early beginnings as the “Pioneer” railroad in Chicago to its development into a system stretching nearly 10,000 miles.
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The Pullman Company List of Standard and Tourist Cars. This book is a reproduction of the official list of Pullman cars in 1950, and as…