I just stumbled on a television dramatic series I recommend to our forum members, "Wind at My Back". I have seen parts of two episodes and approve so far.
The stories seem to revolve around a family in a small town and their store. The action is depression era U.S.A. and there seems to have been a lot of attention paid to presenting large numbers of 1920's-1930's automobiles in era correct surroundings. Costuming and props are excellent.
I will have to see come complete episodes to give a better assessment. I look forward to that.
I have found the episodes on BYUTV a station sponsored by BYU in Utah which is heavily family friendly and does not seem to be pushing a religious agenda. The biggest inaccuracy I spotted is an absence of tobacco and alcohol from the scenes I viewed. Never the less the autos and trucks alone make this series worthwhile.
Actually, it is a Canadian setting, good show.
Is that the one that the family has a mine that supports most of the town?
Watch "American Ride" On the same channel. Dan
Yep, pretty neat show with tons of A's and T's for props. Always wondered where they got them all.
John, I think you're right, but can't remember. Either way, that family is filthy rich.