Classic Streamliners - TRAINCYCLOPEDIA
Look, Listen and Live (1948)
A railroad grade crossing safety film sponsored by the Union Pacific Railroad, presented with documentary-drama style examples aimed at reducing the number of train accidents that occur at railroad grade crossings (level crossings) due to drivers disobeying road rules. Remember: Stop, Look and Listen.
The Portland Rose. Photo by Roger Puta.
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