This is a quick page with links to my various sources of information.
The Diesel Shop – One of the most completed and trusted sources on the internet of Railroad Locomotive Rosters.
The UNofficial EMD Homepage – Contains the builders and serial numbers of basically every Electro-Motive Locomotive ever built!
The Railroad Photo Archives – User submitted photos railroad equipment around the world!
Trains Magazine – THE Magazine of Railroading, Published continuously since 1940.
Railfan and Railroad Magazine – New Jersey based magazine by Carstons Publications
The Rail Channel – Home to the webs BEST Railroad programming on the world wide web
Greenfrog Productions – Some of the best railroad DVD’s available today, all packed with useful information that has helped me!
And my many friends within the railroad industry to help me find the information that the web can not help me with!
While this book was published over 20 years ago, it may be helpful if you start researching older movies: JENSEN, LARRY – THE MOVIE RAILROADS, DARWIN PUBLICATIONS, 1981, BURBANK, CALIFORNIA. I think that there’s only been one edition and printing. Also, there is a Yahoo Group that covers this topic: http://groups.yahoo.com/group/movietvrailroads/. Mr. Jensen is a moderator. The group hasn’t been particularly active in the past 2 years, but it might come alive if you join and start asking questions. I hope that this helps your project progress.
Hmmm…I just looked at the movietvrailroads group site at yahoo groups. You may also want to look at the Posts, Links, and Database offerings in the menu on the left. You may find additional, useful information.
That’s a good site when profiling SP locomotives…
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The name of the artist on Thousand Miles From Nowhere is Dwight Yoakam not Dave Yoakam as listed. (His middle name is David but his music is recorded using Dwight)