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2019 November

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Vol.228 - London North Eastern Steam Miscellany

Vol.228 - London North Eastern Steam Miscellany


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**IN STOCK 1st.November 2019 ** THE B & R DVD THAT HAS ARRIVED AT WOLVERTON RAIL IS.... :-)


In this volume of our popular “Miscellany” series, we cover steam across the former London North Eastern (LNER) area and beyond, specializing on ex-LNER locomotives. Once again it is compiled from mostly unseen footage from a variety of different cameramen and in the order the film runs off the original cine reels.


Our journey commences at Nottingham Midland with V2 2-6-2 No.60916, a locomotive temporarily loaned to the Southern Region in 1953 to cover for the “Merchant Navy” broken axle emergency. We then visit the former GCR stations at Nottingham Victoria and Sheffield Victoria, followed by York, Beverley, Aysgarth, Barnard Castle, Staveley, Doncaster, Langwith Junction, Stainforth and Hatfield.


Next to Kings Cross station and shed, Hadley Wood, Hatfield, Welwyn (and it’s famous viaduct), Langley Junction, Hitchin, Sandy, Peterborough (and Northampton), Eye Green for Crowland (M&GN) and Stoke Bank plus an extended visit to Spalding in 1963.


Moving to the North East, visits include Darlington, Newcastle Central, Gateshead Shed, Tyne Dock Shed, Sunderland Shed, Seaton Bank (including the pinning down of brakes), Ryhope Junction and the Silsworth Colliery branch.


Scotland is well covered with steam action at Aberdeen, the shed at Ferryhill, Dundee, Perth, Dunblane, Larbert, Hawick, Edinburgh, Ayr, Girvan (goods), Muirkirk, and the branch from Lugton to Giffen.


In the late 1960s, Jim Clemens purchased a significant quantity of original 16mm offcuts and unused film from Pat Whiltehouse, all relating to the BBC “Railway Roundabout” TV programmes. Included in this source are the new engine shed at Thornaby (opened in 1958), York, two “Glens” to Fort William over the West Highland line and Inverness shed.


Most of the film was taken in the period 1959 to 1967 with an exception of the LNER Garratt hauling demonstration freight in Sheffield during March 1930. Motive power seen includes ex-LNER classes A1, A2, A3, A4 pacifics, B1, B16, K1, K2, D34, Q6, O1, O4, J11, J27, V3 and J72 plus BR standards and some WD locomotives.

The majority of the archive film is in colour and an authentic sound track has been added along with an informative commentary to complement this nostalgic look at the last years of London North Eastern steam.


All text is © Wolverton Rail (a trading name of ADVANCE MICRO COMPUTERS LTD.) and may contain trackable codes.



Cover photo: Keith Pirt/Courtesy of Book Law Publications, Gresley O2 2-8-0 No.63933 passing under Eaton Wood road bridge, July 1961.
Narrated By: Mike Clemens
First published on DVD: late-October 2019
Screen aspect ratio: 4:3
Number of discs: 1 DVD-R
Origination: 8mm cine-film

Running Time: 80-mins (1hr 20min) , almost entirely in colour.
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The Berks & Hants Line

The Berks & Hants Line


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Exeter St David’s to London Paddington.

We join a brand new class 802 IET (Intercity Express Train) upon arrival at Exeter St David's station en route from Plymouth to London. Our train is formed of 10 coaches and calls at Tiverton Parkway and Taunton before branching off onto the so-called Berks and Hants route, a series of disparate lines connected together to form a shorter and more direct route from the South West to the Capital.


Our train runs non-stop for over 100 miles from Taunton to Reading, only then do we join the original GWR main line into London, having switched from diesel to electric power and travelling at speeds of up to 125 miles per hour.


This cross-country scenic line was filmed during the summer of 2019. There's a great deal of interesting history to the route, only opened as a through line in 1906 with the completion of the last section of new track from Cogload Junction to Castle Cary.


Now is your chance to see this sinuous line as the driver does.


Filmed by/when: Peter Middleton, Summer 2019
Narrated By: Rob Curling, written by Peter Middleton
First published on DVD: Late November 2019
Screen aspect ratio: 16:9 widescreen, Standard definition
Number of discs: 1 DVD

Running Time: 125-mins (2hr 5min) , Colour, Stereo sound
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Cab Ride CLS14: Grimsby Docks

Cab Ride CLS14: Grimsby Docks


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A return cab-ride journey aboard a Class 56 loco of Colas Rail from Barnetby around and through Grimsby Docks passing through :


Barnetby East Jcn, Up Main, Brocklesby Jcn, Ulceby, Ulceby North Jcn, Ulceby Gate Jcn, Immingham Gate, Humber Rd Jcn, Immingham East Jcn, Up Grimsby, Grimsby Light Single, Pyewipe Road SB, Great Coates No 1 SB, Down Marsh, Marsh West Jcn, Great Coates, Healing, Stallingborough, Habrough, Habrough Jcn, Ulceby South Jcn and Ulceby before changing ends for Ulceby South Jcn, Habrough Jcn, Habrough, Stallingborough, Healing, Great Coates, Marsh West Jcn, Up Marsh, Great Coates No 1 SB, Pyewipe Road SB, Grimsby Light Single, Down Grimsby, Immingham East Jcn,Humber Rd Jcn, Immingham Gate, Ulceby Gate, Ulceby North Jcn, Ulceby, Ulceby South Jcn,Brocklesby Jcn, Down Goods & Barnetby East Jcn before terminating at Barnetby.


(WARNING: with a cab full of pure railwaymen some foul language is used during the journey!!)



Cover photo: Paul Diggens
Filmed by/when: Paul Diggens
First published on DVD: November 2019
Screen aspect ratio: 16:9
Number of discs: 1 DVD-R

Running Time: 124-mins (2hr 4min) , Colour
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Cab Ride CLS19: Moorswater (Liskeard) to Cardiff Central

Cab Ride CLS19: Moorswater (Liskeard) to Cardiff Central


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A cab-ride journey from Moorswater (Liskeard) to Cardiff Central aboard a Class 70 loco of Colas Rail.


Passing through:- Moorswater Crossing, Coombe, Coombe Jcn, Liskeard Jcn, Liskeard (run-around to change ends) then, Menheniot, St Germans, Saltash, Royal Albert Bridge, St Budeaux, Keyham, Dockyard, Devonport, Plymouth, Lipson Jcn, Laira Jcn, Ivybridge, Totnes, Newton Abbot West Jcn, Newton Abbot,Teignmouth, Dawlish, Dawlish Warren, Starcross, Exeter St Thomas, Exeter St Davids, Tiverton Loops, Tiverton Parkway, Taunton, Up Cogload Jcn, Bridgewater, Highbridge & Burnham, Uphill Jcn, Worle Jcn, Worle, Yatton, Nailsea & Backwell, Parson Street, Bedminster, Bristol West Jcn, Bristol Temple Meads, Dr Day’s Jcn, Lawrence Hill, Stapleton Road, Filton Abbey Wood, Patchway Jcn No1, Patchway Jcn No 2, Patchway, Pilning, Severn Tunnel, Severn Tunnel Jcn, Llanwern Jcn, Maindee East Jcn, Maindee West Jcn, Newport (Gwent), Alexandra Dock Jcn, Ebbw Jcn, Rumney Bridge Jcn, Long Dyke Jcn, Newtown Jccn & Cardiff East Jcn before terminating at Cardiff Central.


(Disk 1 Moorswater to Tiverton Parkway)


(Disk 2 Tiverton Parkway to Cardiff)



Filmed by/when: Paul Diggens
First published on DVD: November 2019
Screen aspect ratio: 16:9
Number of discs: 2 DVD-R

Running Time: 248-mins (4hr 8min) , Colour
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Cab Ride ATW27: The Cambrian Coast - Pwllheli to Machynlleth

Cab Ride ATW27: The Cambrian Coast - Pwllheli to Machynlleth


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A cab-ride journey from Pwllheli to Machynlleth aboard Class 158 (two car unit) of Arriva Trains Wales passing through or calling at:


Abererch, Penychain, Criccieth, Portmadog, Minffordd, Penrhyndeudraeth, Llandecwyn, Talsmau, Tygwyn, Harlech, Llandanwg, Pensarn, Llanbedr, Dyffryn Ardudwy, Talybont, Llanaber, Barmouth, Morfa Mawddach, Fairbourne, Llwyngwril, Tonfanau, Tywyn, Aberdovey, Penhelig & Dovey Junction before terminating at Machynlleth.


Filmed by/when: Paul Diggens
First published on DVD: November 2019
Screen aspect ratio: 16:9
Number of discs: 1 DVD-R

Running Time: 116-mins (1hr 56min) , Colour
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