|Pentrex is proud to present this comprehensive tribute to the streamliners of the Union Pacific, utilizing material from the archives of the Union Pacific Historical Society, much of which has never before been seen. Three years in the making, this production offers a detailed look at the developement and evolution of Union Pacific passenger trains from 1934 to 1971. UP's streamliners come to life with fantasic images - UP's M-10000, including rare color footage, steam turbine electric's 1&2 in 1939 at Omaha, Astra Domes from 1947, the ribbon cutting ceremony and inaugural run of the Aerotrain City Of Las Vegas in 1956, 1959 footage of the City Of Los Angeles and it's last trip out of LA in 1971, dozens and dozens of run-bys at classic UP locations such as Echo Canyon, Sherman Hill, Cajon Pass, and Puget Sound. Motive power includes EMD E-2's through E-9's and F-3's, Alco PA's, FA's, and more. Interior shots include clud cars, lounges, dome coaches, dome diners, sleeping cars, and others. The list goes on and on! This exciting production will show you the UP streamliner era as it's never been seen before. Two hours with black & white and color footage.