Lionel Great Railway Adventures: Journey of The Jupiter ( LeVar Burton Narration )


Journey of the Jupiter Narration
An image of the tape.
An image of the tape.
Status Found
Date found Oct 2014
Found by Nijabodin

The Great Railway Adventures were a series of children's books put out by Lionel and Learning Curve Publishing. They were written by Lin Oliver and were released from 1998 to 2000 with audio narration by LeVar Burton. The series consisted of six books in total, each with its own audio tape and even a toy train that coincided with each book.

In 2013, five out of six narrations ("The Daylight Limited," "The President Express," "The Torpedo Run," "The Mighty Mogul," "Beezy's Big Boy") had been uploaded to YouTube by user TheYargonaut. The fifth book in the series, Journey of the Jupiter, was the only one missing the original narration due to its apparent rarity. That book's narration was still lost until it was found by user Njlabodin on the Lost Media Wiki in October 2014 and uploaded by TheYargonaut. The narration can be listened to below.

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The entire series of books and audio tapes.
Journey of the Jupiter narration.

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Anonymous user #1

8 months ago
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In 2001 Lionel Great Railway Adventures Started a New Chapter!
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Anonymous user #1

8 months ago
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With Hiawatha Hoedown!
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Anonymous user #1

8 months ago
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Well on June 4th 2001 B.N.S.F. S.C. Express Founded Newer Life at Disneyland In Los Angeles, CA!
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Anonymous user #2

3 months ago
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Hi
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Anonymous user #3

1 months ago
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Lionel 's Great Railway Adventures Series Now Starts off The 5th Series With Challenger Champ in 2003.
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Anonymous user #3

1 months ago
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as the 1st book. So The 2nd was Now Called Hudson Homeward Bound in The 5th Series of The Lionel's Great Railway Adventures Series in 2003.
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