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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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The Class 20s - A Video Profile

The Class 20s - A Video Profile


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The Class 20s are perhaps the most unusual and distinctive of the locomotive designs introduced as a result of the Modernisation Plan of 1955. In this programme made in the late 1980s we take a look at the class on both passenger and freight traffic.

A History of the class with a brief look at the competing Type 1 designs of the period with rare film of Class 15s at Kings Cross. Early Pilot Scheme examples are also included.

Class 20s on passenger traffic on the Skegness line and on the Derby to Crewe and Derby to Matlock lines

Class 20s on freight and special duties including the Class 20/9s on weed killing duties. This section includes extensive coverage of the 20s in and around their home base, Toton

Class 20s in the North West including coal duties


First published on DVD: re-released 2019
Number of discs: 1 DVD

Running Time: 45-mins (0hr 45min)

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2nd Generation DMUs

2nd Generation DMUs


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In the 1980s British Railways maintained an ageing fleet of DMUs. However, replacements were on the way and by the early 1990s a whole new generation of units had been introduced. This programme explores the new DMU fleet using archive film & footage from around the network, from Scotland to the West Country.


Contents:-

Prototypes The Leyland Experimental Vehicle.

Class 141 The first of the new generation of 4 wheeled Railbus designs.

Class 142 ‘Pacers’ with film of their early years and footage from around the network from Wales, to Yorkshire and the North East.

Class 143 ‘Pacers’ exploring the class in South Wales.

Class 144 ‘Pacers’ with film from Yorkshire.

Class 150 ‘Sprinters’ soon after their introduction to service and footage on a wide variety of workings from East Anglia, to South Wales, the Peak District & the North West.

Class 153 single car units on branch line duties.

Class 155 2 car units.

Class 156 ‘Super Sprinter’ inc archive film and coverage from around the network, including Scotland.

Class 158 Express units including a test run in 1989, archive film and footage from 2012 including Scotland.

Class 139 ‘Parry People Movers’ on the Stourbridge Branch.

Class 121 ‘Bubble Cars’ on the Princes Risborough to Aylesbury branch.


Screen aspect ratio: 16:9 widescreen
Number of discs: 1 DVD

Running Time: 70-mins (1hr 10min)

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Freight Marshalling Yards

Freight Marshalling Yards


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The Development, Operation and Decline of British Railways Marshalling Yards

In the post war years British Railways embarked on a major re-organisation of the freight network. A centrepiece was the building of a number of major marshalling yards which would centralise freight and lead to considerable improvements in efficiency and cost savings. In this programme we look at their history and development in the British Railways era using archive film.

Contents:

Wath Yard with the Woodhead electrics in the 1950s and 1970s.

Toton Yard in the 1950s and 1960s with coal traffic along with film from the 1980s and 1990s showing traffic in and around the extensive site. The story is brought right up to date with film from the present day.

Wagonload Traffic
and a brief history of the development of traditional wagon movements.

Carlisle Kingmoor from its opening in the 1960s, through the intervening years to the present day with a wide variety of traffic.

Temple Mills and a look at yard movements and motive power.

Whitemoor Yard
in the 1950s plus the motive power depot and approach lines with a variety of traffic and diesel haulage.

Tinsley Yard in the 1980s and 1990s.

Healey Mills and a variety of freight

South Wales Yards with Severn Tunnel Junction, Swansea Burrows and Margham Yards.

Plus a miscellany of yards in the BR era featuring Wellingborough Finedon Road, Feltham, Hoo Junction, Tonbridge, Tees Yard and York.


First published on DVD: March2019
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Rails to the East Coast

Rails to the East Coast


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Two films featuring journeys by rail to the East Coast in the 1970s and 1980s plus archive film from East Anglia in the late 1970s.

Rails to the Sea. A film made in 1989 comprising a journey from Grantham to Sleaford. Features the stations and motive power along the way including Boston, Sleaford and the signal boxes along with their traditional signalling including somersault signals. Passenger and freight traffic feature with a variety of first generation DMUs and diesel traction.

Motive Power Survey. Loco Hauled passenger trains to Skegness in the late 1980s with Class 20s, Class 37, Class 31s and Class 47s at a variety of locations along with a Class 45 hauled special.

East Anglian Railrover. A film made in 1979 comprising a journey from Kings Cross to Sheringham via Hitchin, Cambridge, Ely and Norwich and featuring a wide range of motive power of the period. This was one of the first railway programmes released on VHS format in 1983 and provides a fascinating glimpse of a bygone era.

East Anglian Railscene. A collection of film taken in 1979, comprising the East Suffolk Line, the Wherry Lines, the Cross Country routes and the Norwich and Ipswich Main Line.


First published on DVD: May 2019
Screen aspect ratio: 4:3
Number of discs: 1 DVD-R

Running Time: 83-mins (1hr 23min) , Colour
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After the End

After the End


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Main Line working steam came to an end in August 1968. However there was still plenty of steam activity at numerous Industrial sites as well as the fledgling Heritage network. This volume takes a trip around the country and looks at everything from Flying Scotsman to NCB operations.

Salisbury Steam Shed and Barry Scrapyard.

The Longmoor Military Railway with 92203 on main line & with Austerity Errol Lonsdale and 2-10-0 Gordon on the railway in the late 1960s.

Main Line Steam. 4472 Flying Scotsman on tour in the late 1960s.

Steam on the Metropolitan. 57xx Pannier tanks on engineering duties to Croxley Tip and at Neasden.

A New Era of Steam. Fledgling Heritage lines in the late 1960s featuring the Keighley & Worth Valley, the North Norfolk, the Bluebell, the Bulmers site at Hereford with King George V, Tyseley with main line locomotives including Flying Scotsman, the Severn Valley & the Kent & East Sussex Railways.

Industrial Steam at Preston Docks, the Ford Dagenham Factory, Reed Paper Mills. Included are a wide variety of Saddle Tanks and a fireless loco.

The National Coal Board in the North East at Philadelphia with Hunslet Saddletanks, Lambton Tanks, Robert Stephenson 0-6-2 tanks.

The National Coal Board in South Wales featuring the Craig Merthyr system, Brynlliw Colliery, Maesteg Colliery, Mardy Colliery, Mountain Ash, Merthyr Vale, Celynen Collieries and Hafodyrynys Collierys with 0-4-0 Saddle Tanks, Austerities and Pannier Tanks.


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

Running Time: 95-mins (1hr 35min)

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West Coast Survey

West Coast Survey


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The West Coast Main Line plays host to a good variety of motive power, both diesel & electric. In addition it hosts a wide variety of freight and loco hauled passenger workings. The line also possesses some of the best known vantage points on the network including the classic climb to Shap.

In this volume we provide a video guide to the workings and motive power on the route from Euston to Carlisle.

It includes the major freight flows, the ‘Enterprise’ Network with 31, 56, 47 and 60 haulage, plus passenger workings from Class 37s to 86s, 87s and Class 90s on loco hauled workings. Some on the best known vantage points are featured including Winwick Junction, Greenholme and Carlisle. Some of the items included are Class 20s on the short lived ‘milk train’, Deltics on a Charter, 87 101 on a special, Class 92s, Class 37s on MGRs, Class 31s and 47s on freight, Class 60s on oil and stone duties, 58 001 on freight, Class 56s on Wisbech vans and Enterprise traffic, first generation DMUs.


First published on DVD: Oct 2017

Running Time: 60-mins (1hr 0min)

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Coal by Rail

Coal by Rail


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It wasnt long ago that Coal was King. In the early 1980s the industry comprised a workforce of 150,000 in some 150 pits. Go back further to its heyday and coal was the dominant industry and one that underpinned the UKs status of a major industrial power. Coal was the lifeblood of a railway network which moved it from colliery to towns, cities, ports and industrial centres. In this DVD we’ll chart the life and times of King Coal and its movement by Rail .


WHEN COAL WAS KING - The 1930s.

THE POST WAR YEARS - The period from 1947, with new coal wagons and various Industrial steam railways operated by the National Coal Board. Coke works and Collieries in the North East and the South East are featured including the Lambton Railway and Betteshanger Colliery. Austerites and larger tank locos are shown in and around the pit heads.

THE DIESEL ERA - Vacuum braked coal trains and the new ‘merry go round’ operations with Class 20s, 56s, 58s and 60s in the Midlands and North East.

SOUTH WALES - Traditional Coal operations from the Valleys to Swansea Docks with Class 37s.

THE 1990s - the run down of the coal industry and freight operations.

STEAM IN THE 21st CENTURY - with steam haulage in 2015.

COLLIERY CLOSURES AND THE END OF DEEP MINING - The last trains from Thoresby, Hatfield and Kellingley Collieries.

OPEN CAST OPERATIONS - With South Wales and Gwaun-Cae-Gurwen and Cwmbargoed, plus Onllwyn Washery plus Ayrshire featuring Greenburn and Killock branches.

COAL TO POWER STATIONS - with a round up of duties to Aberthaw, Drax, Fiddlers Ferry, Ratcliffe and Cottam Power Stations with a wide range of freight action.


First published on DVD: August 2017
Number of discs: 1 DVD

Running Time: 77-mins (1hr 17min)

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Diesel Shunters (83-mins)

Diesel Shunters (83-mins)


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Diesel shunters were the unsung heroes of the traction fleet. Several classes, some large, some very small, toiled away in yards throughout the network. Some types were built in large numbers, like the 350 horsepower 08s. Others were grouped into smaller classes, like the 06s, which had short working lives. Others performed a wider variety of roles, working trip freight as well as heavier shunting duties. In this programme we explore this fleet in action, using a collection of archive film and contemporary footage.

The programme includes:

A history of the diesel shunter fleet starting in the 1930s.

Class 02 - an 0-4-0 design introduced in 1960.

Class 03 - an 0-6-0 diesel mechanical design, following the introduction of the class, with film from their early years around the network including East Anglia, the Cromford & High Peak and the Weymouth Tramway plus examples in preservation and in Industrial service.

Class 04 - an 0-6-0 diesel mechanical design with film from the 1960s and examples in preservation.

Class 06 - a diminutive 0-4-0 class of 16 with archive film from the 1960s.

Class 07 - A Southern Region based class used for shunting & trip freight.

Class 08 - the most numerous class of British diesel locomotive. The design is explored using archive film from the 1950s to the present day. The early locos produced in 1952 are featured along with the later examples introduced in the 1960s.

Class 09 - the 1960s built locos plus the conversions from 08s in the early 1990s.

Class 14 - the short lived ‘Teddy Bears’ built at Swindon in BR service and in the preservation era.

Class 17 - the Clayton Type 1s produced mostly for short distance freight.




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Freight Locations (92-mins)

Freight Locations (92-mins)


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A round up of the freight scene in 2016 with a brief look at the major traffic flows.

Ely to March Freight traffic at Ely Station and North Junction and on the line through Manea to March with a wide variety of workings and haulage. In addition we look back to the early 1990s when first generation dominated including Class 20s and 47s.

Wellingborough on the Midland Main Line Freight is featured in recent months on the climb to Sharnbrook and Wellingborough Station and its north approach. In addition we look back to the 1990s, and the last loco hauled workings. Class 60s are shown in their early years along with Class 58s.

Tonbridge and its yard Freight to and from the busy yard is featured in 1991 compared with 2016. Class 20s, 33s, 47s, 56, 60, 73 and an 09 shunter are shown in action on a wide variety of duties past & present.

Veterans Some of the oldest motive power on the network including a Class 08 shunter and Class 56s.

Banbury Past & Present The 1990s are compared with recent months with Class 68s and Class 47s on contrasting traffic. A record of workings before and after the resignalling of the station in 2016.

The Midlands featuring Toton and the surrounding lines Toton in the 1990s and 2016 and the network on lines to Leicester and Burton on Trent.

Rugby Past & Present. The station in the 1990s when it retained its overall rooves with Class 37s, 31s, 60s, 85s and 86s on a wide variety of workings. Plus the station in 2016 with a wide variety of action from a number of operators and traffic flows in and around the station.




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Freight Centres (83-mins)

Freight Centres (83-mins)


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Comprises a visit to various popular locations in recent months, plus a look back to the 1990s when First Generation Traction dominated.

Toton with a variety of freight traffic in 2013 from various vantage points comprising Class 66s, 60s, 70s, & 08s, plus archive contrasting past & present from the 1990s with Class 31s, Class 37s, Class 47s, Class 60s and Class 58s Milford Junction with traffic in 2013 and a look back to the 1990s when Milford Junction was a major coal centre and Class 56s and 58s dominated along with the new Class 59s. Stafford freight traffic in 2013 and in 1997 from this popular station. Includes Class 47s on Freightliner traffic and general freight. Peak Forest Freight climbing the steep grades in 2013 and 1997. Includes the famous stone trains with double headed 37s. Westbury Stone traffic past and present with freight in the 1990s. Includes Class 59s, 56s and 37s. Severn Tunnel Junction Freight in 2013 with a variety of traction plus the 1990s from a number of vantage points Barnetby The station and the line from Wrawby Junction to Brocklesby in 2013, plus in the 1990s when Class 37s were employed on Iron Ore workings, and the station looked very different!




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The Great Britain 2017

The Great Britain 2017


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The 9 day tour is followed from London Kings Cross to Edinburgh, then through the Highlands to Inverness and to the West Coast at Kyle of Lochalsh.

Next we return south to Glasgow and then return to the Highlands and Fort William.

The tour is then followed south through Cumbria and along the Welsh Marches to Bristol. Finally we travel to the West Country before returning to London.


First published on DVD: May 2017

Running Time: 50-mins (0hr 50min)

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The Last Branch (Princes Risborough)

The Last Branch (Princes Risborough)


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This DVD explores the main line and branch lines from Princes Risborough along with the Great Central Main Line through Aylesbury, starting in the days of steam and ending with the very last runs of Chiltern Railways Class 121 unit affectionately known as the ‘Bubble’.

It comprises:-

A brief history of the Branch line railway in the days of steam.

Princes Risborough in Steam days with the Thame Branch, main line steam services and the line to Aylesbury.

The main line to Marylebone in the diesel era.

Princes Risborough in the diesel era featuring Class 37s on oil traffic to Thame, the last freight to Chinnor, the signalbox at Princes Risborough, DMUs on ‘main line’ services.

The Class 121 Bubble Cars in BR service, on specials and shuttles to Quainton Road.

The Branch to Aylesbury with a journey along the line, interspersing film from steam days with scenes from the present. A DMU is followed along the branch both from the lineside and the train to provide a thorough record of this picturesque line.

Freight traffic on the branch to Aylesbury.

The events on the last day of services, the 19th of May 2017 and the very last train.


First published on DVD: 30th August 2017
Number of discs: 1 DVD

Running Time: 66-mins (1hr 6min)

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Railways of the Isle of Man

Railways of the Isle of Man


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New on DVD

Extensive Coverage of the railway and its Beyer Peacock 2-4-0Ts hauling passenger services between Douglas and Port Erin including restored No.1 ‘Sutherland’ and also 0-6-0 Tank ‘Caledonia’.

Scenes from the 1960s.

Three more locomotives are shown in action on the lines to Port Erin, Peel and Ramsey.

The Groudle Glen Railway

This two foot gauge runs along the cliffs from Lhen Coan to Sea Lion Rocks and recently constructed ‘Annie’ and ‘Sea Lion’ haul the trains.

The Manx Electric Railway

Several trams and trailers in service between Douglas and Ramsey together with engineer’s flat wagons, vans and the tower wagon which is used to maintain the overhead wires.

The Snaefell Mountain Railway

Views from the islands highest mountain railway and the trams which make the ascent from Laxey.

125th Anniversary Events In 1998 the Isle of Man Railway celebrated its 125th Anniversary by organising four weeks of special events . Number 1 ‘Sutherland’ is in steam at the site of Pool station and runs in unison with Tram No.1 on the Manx Electric Railway while Tram No. 33 works services on the steam railway! Double headers and works trains add to the ingredients.


First published on DVD: 2017

Running Time: 55-mins (0hr 55min)

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Reflections on the Midland Railway (60-mins)

Reflections on the Midland Railway (60-mins)


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A programme exploring various aspects of the main line from St Pancras to the North. Steam is featured in the 1950s and 1960s along with the railway, it’s signalling stations with particular emphasis on St Pancras and it’s approaches.

The programme includes:

A complete film from the days of the London Midland and Scottish Railway looking in detail at the relaying of the junctions outside St Pancras in 1947.

St Pancras in 1964 with views from the cab showing both steam and diesel traction.

St Pancras during the 1970s and 1980s.

Freight along the Midland Main Line showing featuring ‘Garratts’, 8Fs and 9Fs.

Freight around Trent Junction including WDs and Black 5s.

Steam hauled passenger services featuring ‘Scots’, ‘Jubilees’, ‘Patriots’, Fowler 2-6-4 tanks and a Standard 5.

The semaphores and stations of the post steam era .

The Midland Main Line through the Peak District with steam at work on the line from Ambergate to Chinley via Matlock and Peak Forest.

The ‘Blue Pullman’ plus the Midland route through the Hope Valley.




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Shunters in Action (76-mins)

Shunters in Action (76-mins)


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The diesel shunter fleet comprises a considerable number of designs. They can be seen working throughout the preserved network, on some industrial sites, while a number are still in service on the national network. In this programme we look at a number of classes in action in recent months in a variety of roles.

The programme comprises:

Boston Docks featuring an 08 and 03 shunter including cab views and scenes along the Branch and into the port.

The Mangapps Farm Railway featuring Class 04 and 03 shunters plus views from the cab.

The Nene Valley Railway with a Class 14.

The Bluebell Railway with double headed 08s during the lines diesel gala.

The Shackerstone Railway with Class 02, Class 04 and Class 08s at work on passenger and freight.

The Swanage Railway with Class 08s running the length of the line.

DB Schenker Class 08s at work at Margam Yard in South Wales, Toton Yard, Didcot Yard, Eastleigh Yard and Works and Westbury Station and Yards.

Plus additional item...

Doncaster shunters - A variety of designs at the Middleton Railway in Leeds - The Keighley and Worth Valley Railway.




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Steam 1967

Steam 1967


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The North East with steam in and around North Blyth and on the lines to the collieries around Sunderland with K1s, J27s and WDs.

Southern Steam
on the main line from Waterloo to Bournemouth with Bulleid Pacifics, Standard 4s and 5s.

Southern Railtours - The ‘Surrey Downsman’ of the 5th of March 1966 - The ‘Hampshire Branch Railtour’ with USA tanks - A4 4498 ‘Sir Nigel Gresley’ on specials from Waterloo to Weymouth and Salisbury.

4472 ‘Flying Scotsman’ on the East Coast Main Line including ‘The Hadrian Flyer’ and the ‘Retford Rover’.

Northern Steam with 5D Stoke Shed and Black 5s, Stanier 8Fs and Standard designs plus the Cromford & High Peak Railway with J94s.

Steam on Tour
with ‘The Great Marquess’ and Black 5 45377 visiting the Keighley and Worth Valley Railway.

Castle on Tour - 7029 on Ian Allan Specials from Kings Cross.

The North West with Tebay Shed and the climb to Shap with steam bankers, Britannias, Black 5s and 9Fs.

Autumn in the North East. Fairburn tank at Leeds, the last steam workings from Sunderland Shed with Q6s, J27s and WDs.

Autumn in the North West. The last weeks of steam operations on the West Coast Main line from Tebay to the summit at Shed, plus the Settle and Carlisle and the climb to Ais Gill, Kingmoor Shed with a wide variety of steam power. The end of steam at Tebay plus Carnforth Shed.


Filmed by/when: Script & research by David Percival
First published on DVD: Oct 2017

Running Time: 71-mins (1hr 11min) , Colour archive film
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Steam 1968

Steam 1968


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1968 saw the end of a century-and-a-half of our main-line steam railways.

It started with just over 350 steam locomotives in service. Nearly all of the steam working was on freight traffic and some spectacular sights were still to be seen. As the year progressed, withdrawals continued and the remaining sheds were closed – or closed to steam at least.

Steam’s approaching demise was marked by a number of special trains, mostly organised by various enthusiast societies but one or two by BR as well. Right at the end, the 4th of August saw six railtours running in the Manchester and Preston divisional areas – and a week later, the very last train, the ‘Fifteen Guinea Special’ from Liverpool to Carlisle and back.

In this volume we celebrate some of the sights and events of that momentous year.

It comprises:

Steam in Action in 1968 including the Peak District and in and around Stockport, Bolton and the West Coast Main Line, Rose Grove the climb to Copy Pit.

The Last Steam Sheds - Stockport, Patricroft, 10D Lostock Hall, Heaton Mersey, 10F Rose Grove & 10A Carnforth.

The Final Railtours. LCGB Lancastrian, the North West Tour, the Last Day of Steam Railtour and the Fifteen Guinea Special of the 11th August 1968.

After the End. 4472 ‘Flying Scotsman’ on tour around the country. Carnforth Shed in the first months of preservation.



Running Time: 70-mins (1hr 10min) , Colour archive film
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Freight by Rail

Freight by Rail


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Few could have imagined the dramatic and far reaching changes that have taken place to the freight scene on Britains Railways since 1948. This programme charts these changes using archive film and includes many long forgotten aspects of freight transport from colour film of the experimental ‘Roadrailer’ to steam hauled freight in the 1950s and film of marshalling yards and early freightliners.

FREIGHT

A History of Railfreight from Nationalisation in 1948 to 1985.

Including - Steam Hauled Freight in 1948 - The 1955 Modernisation Plan - The New Marshalling Yards - Trainload Working - Containerisation - Freightliner - Speedlink - The end of Wagonload Working.

THE FREIGHTLINER REVOLUTION
- Documenting the history of Britains Freightliner and Container services since their introduction in the 1960s

Including - the forerunners to the Freightliner system including the ‘Tartan Arrow - The introduction of Freightliner services in 1965 - Container terminals - The development of Freightliner services - Freightliner traction into the 1980s and 1990s with a wide variety of motive power.



Running Time: 110-mins (1hr 50min) , Colour archive film
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Video Profile - Class 50s

Video Profile - Class 50s


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A History of the Class 50s. The development of the Class 50s starting with their introduction on the Western Region in the early 1970s.

Archive film of the Class on the West Coast Main Line and on the Paddington to Exeter line in the early 1970s.

CLASS 50s on the Waterloo to Exeter Line
. Comprising a cab ride on board a Waterloo to Exeter train including a look at the cab layout. Lineside views on the line between Yeovil and Salisbury.

THE CLASS 50s at work during 1987 & 1988.
A record of the class at work including scenes on the Paddington to Oxford and Exeter line, in West London, on the Portsmouth line. Plus Railtours on the West Coast Main Line and on the Settle & Carlisle.


First published on DVD: May 2017

Running Time: 50-mins (0hr 50mi9n)

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Era of Transition (55 mins)

Era of Transition (55 mins)


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The 1960s and early 1970s were a period of transition on the network. Steam was gradually displaced by diesel & electric power, liveries were undergoing constant change, while finally the TOPs scheme renumbered the motive power fleet.

This programme presents a portrait of the transitional era between 1960 and 1976. It includes freight at Garsdale, Carlisle diesels in the late 1960s, Co-Bo 57xx on Shap, Claytons at Carnforth, D400s (Class 50s) at Carlisle and over Shap, The East Coast Main Line through Hitchin, Stevenage and Hatfield including D1512 and ‘Kestrel’ plus other power, E.E. Type 4s and ‘Deltics’ at York, The Looe Branch with DMUs, Southern EMUs at Isfield, DMUs in the North West, DEMUs at Alresford, D4502 on Tinsley Hump, Dover Harbour branch, Western Type 1s, Far North lines, West Highland Type 1s to Fort William, Class 27 double headers, E.E. Type 4s to Aberdeen, North East Scotland branches, Class 33 on Allhallows Branch, Vintage Southern in 1960 and 1967, D84xx diesels, Brush Type 2s and E.E. Type 4s at Stratford, Swindon Works, Steam to the rescue, ‘Hymek’s, Warships and Westerns, on the Western, Reading in 1970, ‘Falcon’ in service, The Era of Blue with 37s, 46s, 40s, 33s in 1976, The First HSTs.




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By Steam to the Eastern Counties

By Steam to the Eastern Counties


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Steam on the line from Kings Cross to the North, on the lines from Liverpool Street, and throughout East Anglia in the 1950s & 1960s.

GREAT NORTHERN THROUGH THE SUBURBS - The mid to late 1950s on the Kings Cross to Hitchin line with A4s, L1s, A1s, B1,s, A3s and N2s on a wide variety of traffic. Includes Top Shed, Hatfield and Hitchin Shed.

PRE-WAR VARIETY - LNER Exhibition at Romford in 1936.

GREAT EASTERN SUBURBAN - Liverpool Street and its services in the late 1950s to the end of steam with N7s, Britannias and B1s. Steam at Bethnal Green, Chingford and along the Lea Valley.

STRATFORD SHED AND WORKS - in the late 1950s to the end of steam.

TEMPLE MILLS - The marshalling yard at work with a variety of freight

THE NORTH WOOLWICH BRANCH
- L1s on passenger services plus a trip along the line to Stratford.

NORTH TO CAMBRIDGE - Freight and passenger working in the late 1950s on the line through Bishops Stortford to Cambridge.

OFF THE BEATEN TRACK - The late 1950s at Yarmouth Vauxhall and Yarmouth South Town and the Mildenhall Branch.

SPECIALS - Including the ‘Eastern Counties Ltd’ with 61577, 65476, 62785, with scenes at Cambridge, Kings Lynn and along the line to Wells, the ‘Great Eastern Suburban Tour’ of the 7th April 1962.

WOOD GREEN EXHIBITION - Scenes from 1958.

CROSS COUNTRY - Steam in the late 1950s on the line through Newmarket and Bury St Edmunds.


Screen aspect ratio: 4:3
Number of discs: 1 DVD-R
Origination: 8mm cine

Running Time: 75-mins (1hr 15min)

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The West Coast Main Line Volume 1

The West Coast Main Line Volume 1


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The route from Euston to the North was regarded as the ‘Premier Line’, and carried considerable quantities of passengers and freight. In this programme we explore the development of the route, and chart the motive power changes.

PART ONE - THE PRE WAR YEARS Steam in the 1920s with a variety of LNWR power. The 1930s with LMS Pacifics.

PART TWO - THE POST WAR YEARS Steam in the Post War years featuring the ‘Duchess’ and ‘Princess’ Pacifics, ‘Royal Scots’. ‘Jubilees’, ‘Britannias’ and Black 5s.

PART THREE - ELECTRIFICATION The diesel era with a look at the electrification of the Euston line in the 1960s.

PART FOUR - EUSTON TO WATFORD
With Euston station, Camden Bank and Shed.

WILLESDEN Willesden Station and Shed, Hatch End and Bushey Troughs. Features a wide variety of motive power

WATFORD JUNCTION
The shed and station in steam days.


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Running Time: 52-mins (0hr 52min)

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The West Coast Main Line Volume 2

The West Coast Main Line Volume 2


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In steam days the routes from London to the North hosted a remarkable range of traction and workings. In this programme we concentrate on the line from Euston to the North, but also include aspects of the neighbouring main lines.

The Programme comprises:

KINGS CROSS including A1s and A4s on the line to the north.

THE MIDLAND MAIN LINE
Cricklewood and Kentish Town shed in the late 1950s with everything from 9Fs to veteran ‘Midland’ Compounds.

THE WEST COAST MAIN LINE
with the shed at Willesden. Also Euston station, its approach and workings are explored in the late 1950s including special trains.

NORTH FROM EUSTON
. Euston and its approaches, with Camden Bank and Camden Shed. The line through Wembley to Bletchley is then shown in the late 1950s and 1960s with a wide range of classes, from Duchesses and Scots to Black 5s and 8Fs. Locations include Watford, Kings Langley, Tring and Cheddington.

SPECIALS with the LCGBs ‘North Western Branch Lines’ of June 1958 with a 4-4-0 for motive power, plus the Wolverton Works Ramsbottom Saddle Tanks. Also the South Beds ‘The Banburian’ of September 1962 from Luton to Bletchley and Banbury.

OFF THE BEATEN TRACK featuring the Nickey Line from Harpenden to Hemel Hempstead including ‘The Nickey’ Railtour in September 1960 featuring 2-6-2 tank 40026 plus the Branch Line Societies tour of the 12th March 1961.

DIESEL AND ELECTRIC ERA with Peak D4, EE Type 4s, Type 2s and electrics in the 1960s.

BEFORE AND AFTER on the line from Wembley to Bletchley comparing 2012 with the days of steam.


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Origination: 8mm cine

Running Time: 75-mins (1hr 15min) , Colour and Black & White
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London's Underground Sparks & Steam (70-mins)

London's Underground Sparks & Steam (70-mins)


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A look at fifty years of veteran power.

The programme includes:

The Metropolitan Line with a ‘Jubilee’; Electric Haulage; Steam Haulage to Aylesbury; Special trains with Met electric haulage.

East London Line Veterans featuring ‘F’ and ‘Q’ stock from the 1920s.

Steam traction with a range of veteran power including the Met tanks and Panniers of the 1960s on engineering trains.

The Last Steam workings culminating in the final train of 1971.

Plus Bonus Footage - Steam on the Metropolitan lines in the Preservation era




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Memories of British Railways 1965 to 1978 (66-mins)

Memories of British Railways 1965 to 1978 (66-mins)


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Cogload Junction near Taunton during the period 1967 to 1970 with ‘Warships’, ‘Westerns’, ‘Hymeks’, ‘Peaks’ and Brush Type 4s.

The Bridport Branch A journey along the branch from Bridport to Maiden Newton.

Stratford Upon Avon to Honeybourne just prior to closure.

Bewdley in BR days with DMUs.

Manchester to Sheffield via Woodhead in 1969 with Passenger and Freight.

Class 40s on the Royal Train. Class 25s and Class 40s at Carnforth. Deltics at York.

Class 40s and Deltics on the East Coast Main Line in the late 1960s.

Bristol in 1965 with ‘Peaks’, ‘Warships’ and ‘Westerns’.

‘Hymeks’ at Mangotsfield, Worcester and the Central Wales Line and a Class 40 in Scotland.

Exeter in 1974 with ‘Westerns’ and Class 31s.

BRCW Type 3s and Brush Type 4’s on the line from Bournemouth to Weymouth in 1967.

Yeovil from 1965 to the 1970s with ‘Warships’ Type 1s, Class 33s, Class 45s and Class 40s.

1970s Miscellany featuring Hastings Units, Class 50s and the Midland Main Line in 1977. Plus Midland St Johns, an 03 at Newcastle and Deltics at Kings Cross.




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PICK UP FREIGHT (??-mins)

PICK UP FREIGHT (??-mins)


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Main Lines Across East Anglia (70-mins)

Main Lines Across East Anglia (70-mins)


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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.

This programme explores 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.




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Main Line Steam Celebrations (52-mins)

Main Line Steam Celebrations (52-mins)


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A selection of main line performers at work throughout the country in 2001 together with archive film from the 1960s.




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Branch Line Journey

Branch Line Journey


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British Railway Liveries

British Railway Liveries


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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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Highways & Byways of North Eastern Steam (70-mins)

Highways & Byways of North Eastern Steam (70-mins)


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In the 1960s the North East of England was ideal for the steam enthusiast, from Pacifics on the East Coast Main Lines to branches winding their way into the Northumberland hills. here we explore this world of steam using archive film of the time.

  • The Main Line; Pacifics on the line through Darlington with an A4, A1s and V2s together with freight and shunting duties.
  • The Wansbeck Valley Line: A journey along the delightful branch to Scots Gap Junction and Woodburn. Freight is shown behind 0-6-0 J27s early in 1966.
  • North Eastern into the Hills: The lines serving the hills and dales of Yorkshire and Durham. Features a K1 on the Richmond branch, steam on the Redmire branch, freight at Kirkby Stephen and a special on the Alston branch.
  • The Alnwick to Alnmouth branch: The last steam worked branch in the North East with scenes all along the line right up to the last day of steam. K1s plus a 9F are featured.
  • North Eastern Freight: Action from North Blythe, around Stockton, Tyne Dock, Billingham with a variety of power including WDs, K1s and J27s.
  • Through the Moors: A journey on the line from Malton to Whitby in 1965. Includes scenes at Pickering, Grosmont and Goathland in the days of working steam, plus the Whitby Moors Railtour with The Great Marquess.




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ASPECTS OF WESTERN STEAM

ASPECTS OF WESTERN STEAM


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ASPECTS OF SOUTHERN STEAM

ASPECTS OF SOUTHERN STEAM


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Bulleids in Retrospect

Bulleids in Retrospect


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Across Britain by Steam Part 1 (75-mins)

Across Britain by Steam Part 1 (75-mins)


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A journey by steam aboard the ‘Great Britain’ from Penzance to the far north of Scotland and featuring:

71000 ‘Duke of Gloucester’ from Paddington to Bristol

6024 ‘King Edward 1st’ & 5051 ‘Earl Bathurst’ from Penzance to Bristol

46233 ‘Duchess of Sutherland’ from Preston to Glasgow

60009 ‘Union of South Africa' from Glasgow to Perth and double headed with 61994

‘The Great Marquess’ from Perth to Inverness

'The Great Marquess' to Kyle of Lochalsh

8F 48773 from Inverness to Thurso

In addition the programme includes archive film, and a look at each of the locomotives involved to provide a profile of one of the greatest steam railtours of the preservation era.

75 mins approx




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Across Britain by Steam Part 2 (53-min)

Across Britain by Steam Part 2 (53-min)


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A tour by steam the length & breadth of Britain featuring:

34067 ‘Tangmere’

5029 ‘Nunney Castle’

70013 ‘Oliver Cromwell’

Black 5 45407

Black 5 45231

61994 ‘The Great Marquess’

60009 ‘Union of South Africa’

Lineside Locations include

The Devon Banks - The ‘North & West’ - Shap - Beattock - Drumochter & Slochd summits on the Highland Main Line - The Kyle line - The Inverness to Aberdeen line - Stonehaven - The Tay Bridge - The East Coast Main Line

53 mins approx




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STEAM THROUGH GARDEN DVD

STEAM THROUGH GARDEN       DVD


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Old Oak Common (30-mins)

Old Oak Common (30-mins)


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Old Oak Common was opened in 1906. The locomotive side comprised a four turntable roundhouse, a 12 road shed plus a coaling stage. In the 1930s the depot’s facilities were further improved.

With the decline of steam the depot was changed to facilitate the diesel age. This culminated in the demolition of the roundhouse and construction of the servicing shed.

This programme explores Old Oak Common in the age of steam & diesel traction. Archive film is included from the 1930s and the era of Western Region steam. In addition the depot is explored in the 1970s and 1990s.

Everything from the GWR ‘Kings’ to the depot’s fleet of diesel hydraulics are shown. In addition we go behind the scenes to show the depot’s workshops on a number of tasks and take a look at some of their special repaints. The final part of the DVD features the depot’s open day in 1991 when steam returned to the famous turntable.




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SOUTHERN REGION DIESEL & ELEC

SOUTHERN REGION DIESEL & ELEC


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RAILS ACROSS THE MOUNTAINS

RAILS ACROSS THE MOUNTAINS


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Eastern Region Journey

Eastern Region Journey


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In the late 1960s, 1970s and 1980s the Eastern Region of British Railways was characterised by a number of branch and secondary lines that had changed little since the days of working steam. In this programme we’ll explore the network, travelling from the suburbs of London to Norfolk from where we’ll head across country to Lincoln. On the way we’ll explore the motive power and stations from a bygone era of railway travel.

The programme includes:

East London in the 1960s including the branch from Romford to Upminster and the Palace Gates branch just before closure in 1963 with a Class 31 hauled service.

Stations on the North London line.

Broad Street before closure and Liverpool Street Station in the years before Modernisation.

The Buntingford Branch and main line to Cambridge in the 1960s with freight and passenger workings.

Norwich Station in 1979 and the freight only branch to Lenwade.

The major junction station at March and Whitemoor Yard together with a range of traffic in the 1970s and 1980s including the ‘Deltic Fenman’ railtour, Class 25s, 31s, 20s and 47s.

Peterborough with main line traffic in the pre-electric era. Includes ‘Deltics’together with Class 47s, Class 25s and Class 31s.

Spalding with loco hauled trains, freight and diesel units in the station and its approach lines in the 1970s and 1980s. Sleaford with diesel multiple units in and around the station.

The closed station at Firsby.




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JOURNEY BY STEAM

JOURNEY BY STEAM


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LINESIDE FREIGHT PARTS 1 & 2

LINESIDE FREIGHT PARTS 1 & 2


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CLEARING THE RAILS

CLEARING THE RAILS


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Class Action

Class Action


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HIGH SPEED ONE

HIGH SPEED ONE


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GREAT WESTERN VIDEO DIR. VOL 2

GREAT WESTERN VIDEO DIR. VOL 2


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*DUP*BRITS LOST R/Y 3FENS-HIGH DVD

*DUP*BRITS LOST R/Y 3FENS-HIGH DVD


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TORNADO ON TOUR

TORNADO ON TOUR


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STEAM THR' GARDEN OF ENGL DVD

STEAM THR' GARDEN OF ENGL  DVD


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STEAM OVER THE NORTHERN SUMMIT

STEAM OVER THE NORTHERN SUMMIT


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STEAM ON TOUR 1961-1968

STEAM ON TOUR 1961-1968


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East Anglian Byways

East Anglian Byways


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RAILWAY ARCHIVE CLASSICS 4 VHS

RAILWAY ARCHIVE CLASSICS 4 VHS


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ARCHIVE HIST OF GT.W. STEAM 2

ARCHIVE HIST OF GT.W. STEAM  2


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Steam and Snow (70-mins)

Steam and Snow (70-mins)


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Steam railways in the grip of winter, past & present with film from the 1960s, 1970s, 1980s to the present day.

British steam is shown in the North East of England, over the Settle and Carlisle and on the line over Shap.

We visit Turkey in the 1980s.

Poland with real working steam in 1984

Finally comes steam in the Hartz Mountains and Poland in 2006 with steam at Woltzyn and on the Narrow Gauge.




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Passenger Traction (60-mins)

Passenger Traction (60-mins)


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The great days of locomotive haulage relived throughout the network.

An exploration of loco hauled services of the 1980s and early 1990s throughout the country.

The Programme Comprises:

47/7s on push pull duties in Scotland, 'Peaks' on the Midland Main Line; Class 50s out of Paddington; D200; Class 31s on cross country duties; Class 20s to Skegness; Class 47s in East Anglia; Class 85s on the west Coast; Trans-Penine loco haulage; Class 37s in the Highlands; Class 73s on the Gatwick Express; Electric haulage on the West Coast Main Line; Class 33s on the Southern.

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Steam on the Grade (60-mins)

Steam on the Grade (60-mins)


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One of the finest sights of all is that of a steam locomotive working a heavy train up a steep grandient. This programme brings the challenge to life by using archive film from the 1960's, showing some of the Country's best known gradients.

Starting with the Cromford & High Peak railwy and the remarkable railway crossing of the high moors of Derbyshire, we witness J94s working on both freight and special trains, including scenes of the 1 in 14 Hopton incline.

We then move onto the famout Lickey incline to see Ex LMS, GWR & BR Standard locos attacking the grade during the 1960s. A brief loot at Gresford Bank on the former GWR from Wrexham to Chester follows with Ex GWR and BR Stantards working on heavy freights on the grades to Brymbo.

This film wouldn't be complete without Shap. A wide variety of classes are featured on the legendary 1 in 75, including 'Duchesses' and 9fs on both freight and passenger.

We conclude with film of the 'Long Drag' and 'Ais Gill' on the spectacular Settle and Carlisle during the last days of steam.

PLUS A BONUS PROGRAMME

Main Line Steam on the Grade in the preservation era - scenes throughout the network and on the Devon Banks.




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Loco Hauled Memories (90-mins)

Loco Hauled Memories (90-mins)


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Two programmes featuring loco hauled trains in the 1980s and early 1990s.

Two programmes made in the 1990 and 1991 looking at the railway of the late 1980s and featuring a wide range of loco hauled trains throughout the network.

VIDEO PROFILE - Locomotive Hauled Trains

Class 31s on cross-country trains from Birmingham to Norwich and Ipswich.

Class 37s on Cardiff to Crewe services.

Class 50s on Exeter to Waterloo services.

Class 47s in South West Scotland.

Class 37s on the West Highland lines to Mallaig and Kyle of Lochalsh.

VIDEO PROFILE - Rails to the Sea

An exploration of the Skegness line in the late 1980s and 1990 with a wide variety of holiday expresses behind class 20,31,37 and 47 haulage. In addition the route is explored in detail with its semaphores and signal boxes.




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Journey along some of the highest and the most scenic mountain railways in the world, from Scotland to South America . . .

The Jungfraujoch and the highest railway in Europe.

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Italy and a journey by steam over the Appeninnes.

The Harz Mountains and the journey to the snowbound summit at the Brocken plus vereran Mallets on the line from Gernrode.




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Journey by Steam

Journey by Steam


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A journey behind steam from Kings Cross to the North West of Scotland on the Railway Touring Company’s ‘North Briton’ of April 2008 featuring:

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Steam is shown at a wide variety of locations including the East Coast Main Line, the Forth & Tay Bridges, the Highland Main Line, on the line to Kyle of Lochalsh.On the way we introduce steam railways in the United Kingdom and around the world both past & present.

The West Somerset Railway with a range of Great Western power on passenger & freight. Filmed during the railways Spring Steam Gala of March 2008, this feature includes Black 5 45110 & the LNWR ‘Super D’ as well as a range of former Great Western power on passenger & freight.

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The Hedjaz Railway in the Middle East with steam in action on the railway immortalised in the film ‘Lawrence of Arabia’.

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Archive film of steam in the North East in the 1960s with film from North Blythe featuring K2s and J27s.

Main Line steam at Wolsztyn including a ride on the footplate and lineside action in the depths of winter.




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THE WAY WE WERE

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East Coast Main Line

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GREAT WESTERN VIDEO DIR


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