Railroad OTR


(5 stars; 1 reviews)


This recording is part of the Old Time Radio collection.

Chapters

Return_To_PS_15_Excerpt 2:47
Girl_With_Gun_On_Train 8:05
Suicide_On_The_Great_Valley_Railroad 7:17
Train_Trip_To_See_Uncle_Dennis 28:30
Catching_A_Train 29:36
No_Train_Reservation_For_Mrs_Carstairs 30:09
Fibber_Gets_Lost_On_The_Train 14:00
Train_Wreck_Plot 29:35
Land_For_The_Railroad 25:47
Railroad_Bridge 29:16
Robbers_On_The_Railroad 27:57
Death_Train 29:29
Train_Robbery 13:57
Relief_Train 29:24
Lumber_For_The_Railroad 29:19
Steel_Rails_And_Gold 29:16
The_Train_Wreck 29:23
Rails_Across_Choctaw_Land 27:26
Buried_Rails 28:01
Railroad_Survey 27:03
Runaway_Railroad 27:13
The_Gold_Train 29:23
The_Locomotive_Ghost 29:07
The_Electric_Train 25:38
Green_Light 23:58
Danger_Lights 31:01
The_Signalman 28:08
01_Spider_And_The_Stranger 13:27
02_Pops_New_Assistant 12:52
03_The_Mail_Contract 12:56
04_The_Old_1010_Rolls_Again 12:18
05_The_Dinner_Party 13:23
06_Race_For_The_Mail 13:12
07_Treachery_On_The_Rails 12:49
08_Victory 13:13
09_Victory_Celebration 13:11
10_Tragedy_Strikes 13:56
11_Family_Matters 13:25
12_Foul_Play 12:43
13_Spiders_Story 13:07
14_A_New_Hope 13:16
15_Shareholders_Showdown 14:08
16_A_Short_Vacation_To_Danger 13:38
17_Escape 13:43
18_Trouble_In_Town 14:33
19_Cupid_Strikes 13:20
20_A_New_Deal 12:09
21_Coded_Message 13:41
22_Surprise_Visit 8:16
23_The_Fortuna_Mine 14:16
24_Love_Lost 13:25
25_Love_Found 13:40
26_A_New_Beginning 13:14
Audition 30:41
Cinder Dick 17:19
Cinder Dick 29:02
Mr._Donahue_Gets_A_Promotion 10:18
Engine_Cab_Ride_To_Chicago 11:23
Uncle_Fletcher_To_Meet_1_AM_Train 11:14
Forty_Pounds_Of_Golf_Clubs 10:51
Uncle_Fletchers_Train_Trip_To_Dixon 9:13
Picking_Up_Vic_At_Railroad_Station 10:53

Reviews

Agnes Moorehead - The Signal Man

(5 stars)

A much revered tale by Charles Dickens has finally been given a new stance of a female visitor to the Signal Man. Always a special favourite as my husband is a real-life Signaller/Despatcher and although works one of the most state of the art signalboxes in London he has never used a flag to signal a train - but he has worked on night shifts in lonely Signalboxes and has known the eerieness that accompanies such duties so this story has special meaning - to find a version narrated by Agnes Moorehead one of the most skilled and talented actesses of all times is incredible and I would recommend it highly. A classical piece of literature perfected!