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Conway Scenic Railroad
Conway Scenic Railroad
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Cass Scenic Railroad

Crew at Cass Scenic Railroad
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Cumbres and Toltec Scenic Railroad
Cumbres and Toltec Scenic Railroad
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David Holt, Host
David Holt, Host
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David Holt, Host and Robert Van Camp, Producer
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Robert Van Camp, Producer
Robert Van Camp, Producer and Cameraman
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Crew on-location
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A steam engine at the Great Smoky Mountain Railroad comes over Fontana Trestle west of Bryson City, Tenn.

Robert Van Camp shoots from the top of the Verde Canyon Railroad in Arizona. The train had just come out of a tunnel, and if you look at the upper left part of the picture, you'll see the train's antennae. Robert makes sure he doesn't stand above the antennae or he'll get clocked and fall 20 feet.

Robert Van Camp shoots the Branson Scenic Railway in Missouri from the bottom of a gulley, thanks to a ride from a local helicopter to that particular perch.

Robert Van Camp shoots from the back of a train to get the shadows going across an engine at Verde Canyon Railroad.

Rob Van Camp stands at a place called The Narrows - about 1,000 feet up - and shoots the Western Maryland Scenic Railroad.

Robert Van Camp stands in the back of the Durango and Silverton Scenic Railway.

David Holt, host of "Great Scenic Railway Journeys," stands on the back of the caboose. He's worked with Rob Van Camp on five documentaries.

Rob Van Camp trains his camera to catch scenes from Cumbres and Toltec Scenic Railroad in New Mexico, the country's longest - and highest - narrow gauge railroad. The Cumbres and Toltec is more than 60 miles long of track three feet wide - standard is 4 feet - and it runs 10,600 feet above sea level at Cumbres Pass.

Rob Van Camp shoots the Verde Canyon Railway in Arizona. He started shooting across the river and kept panning to get the catci in view.

Rob Van Camp stands on top of the largest Baldwin 2-8-0 engine in operation in the world. It has the power of four diesel engines, and he's working to get a tight shot of the whistle blowing.

White Pass & Yukon Railroad
White Pass & Yukon Railroad
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