ALL SIX OF OUR 2021 COLOR CALENDARS ARE IN STOCK AND SHIPPING: SANTA FE, BNSF, RIO GRANDE, UNION PACIFIC, CSX and NORFOLK SOUTHERN COLOR CALENDARS ARE IN STOCK AND SHIPPING AS OF AUGUST 7, 2020. Please read the following notes concerning 2021 calendar purchases.

NOTE: We have changed a few procedures regarding the ordering of our 2021 calendars. If ordering more than one calendar, enter the word "Standard" into the discount box when you get to the check-out page on your screen. Doing this will ensure you will receive your multiple-copy discount.

If you are a current member of the Santa Fe Railway & Modeling Society and wish to order any of our 2021 calendars at a 20% discount, sign on to the Society website (www.sfrhms.org), log into the Members Area section, and obtain the special discount code. On our website, enter that code in the discount box when you check out. This offer ends September 1, 2020. Regular shipping charges and Colorado sales tax (if applicable) will be added to your order.

TENNESSEE SHORT LINES

Widevision: $25.95 USD
Blu-ray: $25.95 USD

IN STOCK AND SHIPPING

Featuring Six Great Railroads! • West Tennessee Railroad • Tennessee Southern Railroad • Nashville & Eastern Railroad • Lohoist North America • Music City Star • Tennessee Central Railway Museum 
See these six great shortline railroads as they travel across the scenic volunteer state of Tennessee and past several historic depots. The exciting train action includes yard switching, road freights and locals, plus the Music City Star commuter trains and a Tennessee Central Railway Museum passenger excursion that's led by a vintage E8A as these trains travel along the rails of the NERR. Some of the commodities handled by these hardworking shortlines include unit trains of sand, grain, and limestone. The great vintage EMD & GE diesel power includes F40PH, GP9, E8A, F7B, B23-7, B39-8, B20-8 and B40-8W's. Rail footage era is the spring of 2018 from the camera of Bradley A. Plets.

List price $29.95, 110 minutes, all-color. SKU: TNSLDVD and TNSLBR. Posted April 5, 2019.