The Redden Archives
Video & Photo Collection

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Welcome to the home of the definitive site for bus videos. Air and rail enthusiasts will find that they are not forgotten.

Photos and videos are all by the late Robert Redden of Redden Archives, the dean of bus photographers who provided photography to leading bus companies and publications. He was also the founder of the International Bus Collectors Club and its newsletter.

The Redden Archive videos are a part of Robert Redden’s incredible collection of slides, photos and action files that he collected in his decades of photographing buses, trains and airplanes all around the world.

Keep in mind that the videos are always feature length. Narration is “first person” by Bob Redden and guests on some videos. As one reviewer stated, “He talks to you – not at you.”

Most of the catalog is also in the “first person” because who could better describe the contents than Bob himself. (The catalog is dated 1996/1997).

While all the videos are copyrighted, we do allow public showings.

Pricing/Shipping Info

All prices are subject to change without notice.

RETURN OF VIDEOS: All sales are final. You may return a defective DVD or CD within 30 days of purchase for a replacement of the same title.

The videos are all in DVD format. A word about DVDs and the newer formats. Please DO NOT order a DVD-R until you carefully read this. Check your DVD player manual to make sure your player can properly decode the DVD-R format. If it can’t, the disc will skip and freeze and you will send a perfectly good DVD-R back to me thinking it’s defective when in fact it is not. I’ve found out the hard way that 99 times out of 100 the disc is actually good and the fault lies with an older player incapable of decoding these new and Hi-Tech formats. The discs are better than ever but that doesn’t do you any good if your player can’t read it. A state-of-the-art Progressive Scan DVD machine costs as little as $70 and they play DVD, DVD-R/+R, Double Layer, DVD R9, Photo CD, DVD/CD Re-writeable, CD-ROM, etc. Always get Progressive Scan with multi-read capabilities.