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Anglian Swansong - The Railways of East Anglia Past & Present

Anglian Swansong - The Railways of East Anglia Past & Present


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An exploration of the railways of East Anglia past and present looking at a range of motive power on the main lines and branches of

Norfolk and Suffolk.

Through March. A look at freight traffic in and around the station, at Whitemoor Yard and Manea. Includes archive from the 1990s with Class 47, 08, 60 and 31 haulage.


Ely. A look at the cross country hub into East Anglia with a wide range of traffic in and around the station and North Junction. Metro Cammel DMUs, 31s, 47s & 66s all feature with film from the 1980s to the present.


The Kings Lynn Main Line. Freight and passenger traffic including a DMU special along the Middleton Towers branch in 1986.


Cross Country. The lines running through Thetford and Bury St Edmunds.

Ipswich. A range of passenger and freight in and around the station including film from the 1990s with Freightliner 47s & 57s, DRS 37s and Class 56s.


Felixstowe & the East Suffolk. A look at Westerfield and Trimley past and present plus the Leiston branch. Archive of Class 37s and 56s on freight is included.


South to Manningtree. Features Belstead Bank and Manningtree with Class 90s on passenger and vintage freight action.


The Norwich Main Line. Express passenger action.


Norwich. The loco hauled capital of the network with Class 37s & 90s plus Class 86s in the 1980s.


The Wherry Lines. The final summer of Class 37s on the ‘Short Set’, with 37 419, 37 716, 37 405, 37 407 and 37 424 at a number of locations plus a look back to the 47 hauled ‘drags’ on Liverpool Street services.


The Cromer & Sheringham Branch. The 1990s with Class 31s and 37s on Freight, Metro Cammel DMUs and the last summer of 2nd Generation DMU operation.


First published on DVD: September 2019
Number of discs: 1 DVD-R


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Branches Across East Anglia (65-mins)

Branches Across East Anglia (65-mins)


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East Anglia was once the home of a system of rural railways.

In this programme we take a selected look at the number of branches in the 1960s. The lines across Essex via Braintree and Sudbury, and to Maldon are explored. The route across the Fens via Wisbech to March is featured in detail. Finally we look at passenger and freight traffic on the Dereham and Sheringham branches.


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Branch Line Journey - Kings Lynn to Dereham in the 1960s

Branch Line Journey - Kings Lynn to Dereham in the 1960s


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Life along one of the By-ways of East Anglia in the 1960s.

East Anglia was once the home of a system of rural railways. Most have long since passed into history, but in this programme we recreate life on one of the Branch Lines from a very different era of travel.

On the way we explore every aspect of this long lost railway, and look back at the post war history of the East Anglian Branch Line.


Screen aspect ratio: 4:3 SD
Number of discs: 1 DVD-R

Running Time: 57-mins (0hr 57min)

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Branches To The Sea

Branches To The Sea


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In the pre Beeching era, the railway was often the main mode of travel for the legions of holidaymakers making their way to the seaside. A network of branches connected the coastal resorts with the main line network. We explore various lines employing both steam and diesel traction in the 1960s.

This DVD features:

The Minehead branch in the days of steam and in 1969; the Maiden Newton to Bridport branch including an ill-fated steam special; the Hayling Island Branch; the Cleveden to Yatton Branch; Yeovil Junction and its lines connecting to the coast; the Sidmouth Branch.


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Branch Line to Burnham

Branch Line to Burnham


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A Journey along the branch line of the former Somerset & Dorset Railway from Evercreech Junction to Burnham on Sea

Starting at Evercreech Junction, each of the intermediate stations and halts are featured on the journey to Glastonbury and across the Somerset Levels to Highbridge and to Burnham on Sea. Then follows the return journey from Highbridge. With nearly an hour of archive film, we see freight and milk traffic and feature the many remote level crossings as well as showing views from the carriage window and from the footplate together with scenes of the railway from the footplate and beyond.


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East Anglia Byways

East Anglia Byways


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The St Ives branch, the Norwich to Cromer and Sheringham branch in the late 1960s with passenger and freight – The Sudbury to Marks Tey branch in 1968 – scenes on the Sudbury to Haverhill and Shelford cross country branch after closure in 1967 – the Cross Country line through Newmarket travelling behind a Type 3 diesel in the late 1960s – East Anglian Freight in the 1960s including the Stoke Ferry branch – plus ‘before and after’ scenes almost 40 years later.


Also includes a wealth of archive film showing DMUs and diesel power from an age when green liveries dominated the traction scene.


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Forgotten By-Ways (East Anglia & The North East)

Forgotten By-Ways (East Anglia & The North East)


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A journey along various long closed branch lines of East Anglia & the North East in the 1960s.

The Saxmundham to Aldeburgh branch, the Marks Tey to Haverhill lines via Sudbury and Halstead in 1962, the last train to Easton Lodge on the Braintree branch, Cambridge Diesel depot in 1959 with shunters, DMUs and a type 3, electrification of Bishops Stortford, the freight only branch from Norwich Trowse to Norwich City via Lenwade and Aylsham in 1967, Yarmouth Vauxhall, Lowestoft and Hunstanton, North Eastern branches to Redmire, Stanhope and Middleton in Teesdale, and a detailed look at the Darlington to Richmond branch just before closure.


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Main Lines Across East Anglia in the era of early diesel traction

Main Lines Across East Anglia in the era of early diesel traction


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After the end of steam, East Anglia entered a fascinating period of transition, with early diesel traction operating on a steam age railway.


Here we explore the main line from Liverpool Street to Kings Lynn in the 1960s, and from Liverpool Street to Ipswich and Norwich in the 1970s and 1980s.


In addition we travel along the former branch to Hunstanton, visit the branch to Harwich, and travel the cross country lines via Thetford and Bury St Edmunds.


Screen aspect ratio: 4:3 SD
Number of discs: 1 DVD-R

Running Time: 70-mins (1hr 10min) , Colour
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Rails across Lincolnshire (75-mins)

Rails across Lincolnshire (75-mins)


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On the 5th of October 1970, British Railways closed much of the network of lines serving rural East Lincolnshire.

In this programme we use archive film to journey back in time. In addition we visit many of the main lines prior to the modernisation schemes of recent years.

Lincoln from the 1960s to the 1980s featuring Central and St Marks Stations and the approach lines with a range of diesel traction on freight and passenger duties. A journey on the cross country line from Lincoln to Firsby via Bardney and Woodhall Junction including the intermediate stations.The station and junctions at Firsby with local, express and holiday traffic. The main line from Firsby to Grimsby via and Willoughby Junction. A journey along the Mablethorpe branch including loco hauled holiday traffic. The branch to New Holland Pier and Barton on Humber in the 1970s. The main line to Grimsby in the early 1980s including Class 31s on passenger duties.The railway junction at Barnetby in the early 1980s with DMUs, Class 20s and Class 31s on freight & passenger duties.

In addition the programme includes past and present scenes showing these changes that have taken place over the last 40 years.


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Rails across The Fens

Rails across The Fens


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The main line from Cambridge to Ely and King’s Lynn in the 1970s and 1980s featuring passenger & freight traffic with Class 37s & 31s.

Freight along the Stoke Ferry branch. In and around King’s Lynn, at the harbour, South Lynn and Dock branches.

King’s Lynn station and signal box plus the branch to Middleton Towers with freight and a DMU special in the 1970s.

Cambridge steam shed in the 1950’s with a variety of steam power plus the first diesels.

A journey with the last freight on the Mildenhall branch with a Brush Type 2 in 1964.

Views from the cab on the branches to St Ives & Sudbury, plus the Cambridge to King’s Lynn line in 1967.

Cambridge Station and yards in the 1970s.


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The Wherry Lines

The Wherry Lines


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The End of an Era on the lines from Norwich to Great Yarmouth & Lowestoft.

The era of traditional signalling and loco hauled passenger trains is drawing to a close on the Wherry Lines in East Anglia. This volume takes a detailed look at the railways from Norwich to Great Yarmouth and Lowestoft from the 1970s to the present day. It provides a year by year diary of the motive power changes on a remarkable system of railways against a backdrop of semaphore signalling and signal boxes.

This volume comprises:

The Traditional Railway looking at the stations at Norwich and the lines to Great Yarmouth and Lowestoft in the 1970s and a history of the railways in the post war years.

The 1980s. The electrification of the Norwich Main Line and the Class 86s. The Wherry lines with summer holiday trains with Class 31, 37 and 47 haulage along with Metro Cammel DMUs along with the stations and signalling.

The 1990s. The changes during Privatisation with RES 47s, Cotswold Rail motive power, Freight Sector locos, steam & diesel special trains plus new liveries. A year by year account of a period of considerable change.

2000 to 2017. The introduction of DRS haulage, special trains with 31s & 37s, changes to holiday traffic, the leaf clearing trains, the use of Class 20s, 47s and 37s on the ‘Short Set’, the special ‘Open Weekend’ at Norwich with 33, 47 and 20 haulage.

Signals & Boxes. All the signal boxes plus the Swing bridges are featured along with the semaphore signalling.

DMUs. Local passenger trains operated by many varieties of units.

2018. The Class 37s on the Short Set’ throughout the system during the last full year of loco haulage.


First published on DVD: January 2019
Number of discs: 1 DVD-R

Running Time: 110-mins (1hr 50min)

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