The film begins after a ten second delay, as it shows multiple shots of people by a lake before cutting to a sign for Vancouver and other neon signs around the city at night. The scene then transitions to an unidentified countryside filmed from a moving train. At the four minute, fifty second mark, the video cuts out before showing a large group of people getting off of a contemporary train before getting on an older steam engine that then goes through an old logging camp. A train scrap yard is briefly shown before the video again cuts to a crowd of people watching a demonstration of farm equipment. The video then cuts out for another ten seconds. The video comes back to show maps for the ghost town of Calico before changing to a group of people boarding a diesel train that goes through Riverside. The video shows a dimly lit interior of the train cars and then cuts to a church exterior with the word â€šÃ„ÃºYermoâ€šÃ„Ã¹ painted across the front. The group is then shown walking around the Calico ghost town and boarding the Calico & Odessa R.R. train before the video cuts out.
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