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More Trains Around North America

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Watch March 2016 on WMHT TV

Sunday, March 6 at 10:30am
Saturday, March 19 at 8am

Also airing on World TV & Create TV. Check our schedule for more airtimes

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MORE TRAINS AROUND NORTH AMERICA is the follow-up to the popular travel show Trains Around North America. Hosted by Grammy-winning musician and storyteller David Holt, this program traces America’s railroad history, telling the unforgettable stories of nearly a dozen historic and scenic tourist railroads stretching from the Pacific Northwest of Canada all the way to the Adirondack Mountains of New York. More than just a tour, this travelogue captures the railroads that defined the spirit of an era, created a new industry and re-wrote North American transportation history. Hop aboard and experience stunning views, fine cuisine, and high-end luxury rail travel.

Featured railroads include: 

Illinois Railway Museum; Union, Illinois
Mount Hood Railroad; Hood River, Oregon
Skunk Train; Fort Bragg, California
Pullman Rail Journeys; Chicago, Illinois to New Orleans, Louisiana
Wisconsin Great Northern Railroad; Trego, Wisconsin
Cape Cod Central Railroad; Hyannis, Massachusetts
Rocky Mountaineer; Alberta and British Columbia, Canada
Blue Ridge Scenic Railway; Blue Ridge, Georgia
Virginia & Truckee Railroad; Virginia City, Nevada
Adirondack Scenic Railroad; Utica, New York
Potomac Eagle Scenic Railroad; Romney, West Virginia

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POV Documentary Blog

An Intimate Look from Behind the Scenes and Through the Lens—in ‘Cameraperson,' Airing Monday, October 23, 2017 on POV

'Cameraperson' has its national broadcast premiere on the PBS documentary series POV on Monday, Oct. 23, 2017 (check local listings).