Go to the Pentrex website, go to their catalogue and place your order.
Sat Mar 11, 2006 4:07 pm
They've got three. FCP is the third one.Or three not counting Copper Cayon.
Thu Sep 29, 2005 8:51 pm
Great footage. Kinda reminds you of Conrail's first days with motive power in a rainbow of colors. Cool to see old Alcos still at work even if it is south of the border.
Fri Mar 12, 2004 9:24 pm
Nice vid all thow its sad to say it most of the big C628's in Mexico were going to the bone yard shortley after much of this footage was recorded.
Sun Jul 23, 2006 9:53 pm
Tulsa, OK, Syracuse, NY - Kherson, Ukraine
The Pentrex tapes about Mexico (i´ve bought them some years ago in NTSC) are one of the best and most interesting recordings i´ve ever got.
I have bought the following Tapes:
FCP, Northern Mexico Rails, Central Mexico Rails, CHP
For all Alco fans i recommend the GBW recording too because the fighting and growling of their RS20 (RS3 rebuilt with 251 engine) when switching cars is really "alcoholic" like the rest of the tape too.....
I´m not connected to Pentrex in any form and get no money for writing this but i am simply inspired from their tapes and have bought what my moneybag has allowed includeing a extra videoplayer which is able to play NTSC too because here in Europe we have a different VHS tv - code named PAL........
Best regards, Markus
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