It's Lots of exciting live action steam and diesel railroad action for train lovers of all ages! See close-up shots of the fastest, most colorful trains in the world, plus electric, tram and trolley trains and more. Ride with the engineer in the cab, see magnificent scenery, an unforgettable rail experience! Famous railroad songs from Award-Winning musician James Coffey
Off the Rails is a fashion magazine show presented by Pamela Flood and Caroline Morahan shown on RTÉ One. The show was previously presented by Liz Bonnin and Flood, before Bonnin decided to leave. In 2005, RTÉ changed the format to "Beat the Stylist" where a friend or family member had to try to get the person who was being made over to pick their clothes instead of the stylist's choice. In 2006, RTÉ reverted to the original format. In 2008, amid rumours of its axing, Brendan Courtney and Sonya Lennon took over as co-presenters.
The Roar of the Rails is an American children's television series that aired on CBS from October to December 1948, and in October to December 1949. Each episode is 15 minutes long and was essentially a live commercial for the A. C. Gilbert Company. The series is notable as being one of the first infomercials to air on a major television network.