The Roundhouse Podcast

132: Train Time! Interview with Director Stephen Low

Train Time IMAX Stephen Low

IMAX film director Stephen Low talks about the process of making Train Time, a documentary looking at the operations of BNSF Railway. He shares how this project was different from Rocky Mountain Express, the methods used to capture some of the amazing shots in the film, and the challenges that were unique to this project.

This episode is sponsored by Strasburg Rail Road Mechanical Services and Rail and Road Auctions.

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2 thoughts on “132: Train Time! Interview with Director Stephen Low

  1. David Croy

    Comment from most recent video: My absolute favorite train film was the 1992 skyfire productions VHS tape following the SP 4449 daylight from Portland, Oregon through the Cascade mountains South to meet up with UP 8444 for rail days in California. I was so excited to see this engine again on the big screen with the recent documentary train time. Dolye McCormick is one person I would like to sit down and talk with one day if possible. what an American icon that steam engine is and its engineer

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