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February 2015

Welcome to DelayinBlock.com

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Welcome to DelayinBlock.com. It has taken over a year to make this dream of creating this website a reality. From the planning stages of the website’s design, to setting up a live feed RailCam, to completing our first ever feature-length documentary film, it is finally here! After all the blood, sweat, and tears, fans of our YouTube Channel can interact with us on a completely different level. From our live “Swanton Cam” to our DVDs and digital downloads, fans can enjoy railroading on an exciting and entirely new format.

As an industry first, Railfans will be able to download and purchase full-length documentaries on our website. For those looking for a better, more high definition picture, traditional DVD and Blu-Ray formats will be available for purchase as well. In addition to our digital railroad media, Railfans will also be able to purchase printed photos from some of the best and most well-known railroad photographers in the hobby. With names like Flanary, Welch, Stanton, and Landrum, everyone is bound to find a photo they love.

The Delay In Block Productions team looks forward to sharing our videos, photos, and stories through our new and interactive website. We encourage all of our followers to frequently check back on the site for new content, documentary releases, and news updates on upcoming projects and events that we will be participating throughout the year. A English Trainspotter once described our YouTube Channel as “Railroading a little different than usual,” and we plan on keeping it that way. With our new website, we plan on changing things frequently in order to bring the railfan and railroad community with fresh and new content.

Cass Scenic Railroad (DVD Preview)

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Almost Heaven: West Virginia. John Denver couldn’t have said it better himself. In this video, you’ll be in mountain country, riding on West Virginia’s best kept secret: the Cass Scenic Railroad. Since being operated by the State in 1963, the Cass Scenic Railroad has carried nearly three million people, treating them to some of the most spectacular mountain views that America has to offer. Young and old, the railroad buff, and just your average tourist, flock here every year from all over the world to experience the sights, sounds, and even the smells that Cass has to offer.