A film titled 'Army railroad' about the training of 725th Railroad Operating Battalion personnel at Camp Claiborne in Louisiana. Soldiers march past a sign that reads '725th Rail Road Operating Battalion' RR battalion personnel work on locomotives. Personnel build a rail road train. A man puts a railroad wheel on fire. Activities of the 725th RR Battalion in Africa during World War II as men work on locomotives and rolling stock. A personnel writes on a board. Personnel board the train and it gets underway. 725th RR Operating Battalion personnel being imparted training in various skills including telegraph. Personnel being imparted practical training near a rail road engine. Orders to prepare a train being given and dispatched. Yard master delivers the order to a Yard Foreman. Caboose being picked up to prepare a trail. Yard engine being detached and train rolls out. Engine being attached to the train. Conductor checks his watch with the master clock and signs the outgoing train register. Engineer receives the order. A rear lamp being hanged aboard the train. Men get aboard the railroad train and it leaves.
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