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Cab Ride GBRF85: Monk Bretton to Doncaster (62-mins)

Cab Ride GBRF85: Monk Bretton to Doncaster (62-mins)

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A cab-ride from Monk Bretton to Doncaster aboard a Class 66 loco of GBRf passing through Monk Bretton Loop, Oakenshaw South Jcn, Crofton East Jcn, Streethouse, Featherstone, Pontefract Tanshelf, Pontefract Monkhill, Knottingley West Jcn, Knottingley South Jcn, Haywood Jcn & Shaftholme Jc before terminating at Doncaster,
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Cab Ride LMT03: London (Euston) to Stoke-on-Trent & Crewe (89-mins)

Cab Ride LMT03: London (Euston) to Stoke-on-Trent & Crewe (89-mins)

21.95

A cab-ride journey aboard a Class 350 (4 car unit) of London Midland Trains from London (Euston) to Crewe via Stoke-on-Trent calling at Milton Keynes Central, Rugby, Nuneaton, Atherstone, Tamworth, Lichfield Trent Valley, Rugeley Trent Valley, Stafford, Stone, Stoke-on-Trent, Kidsgrove & Alsager before terminating at Crewe.
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Cab Ride GBRF125: Westbury & Bristol Parkway to Cheltenham Spa & Coleshill Parkway (117-mins) (2xDVD)

Cab Ride GBRF125: Westbury & Bristol Parkway to Cheltenham Spa & Coleshill Parkway (117-mins) (2xDVD)

25.99

A cab-ride journey from Westbury to Coleshill Parkway (Birmingham) via Bath Spa, Bristol Parkway, Cheltenham Spa & Bromsgrove aboard a Class 66 loco of GBRf passing through Westbury South Jcn, Westbury, Westbury North Jcn, Hawkeridge Jcn, Trowbridge, Bradford Jcn, Bradford-on-Avon, Avoncliff Halt, Freshford, Bathampton Jcn, Bath Spa, Oldfield Park, Keynsham, North Somerset Jcn, Dr Day’s Jcn,Lawrence Hill, Stapleton Road, Narroways Hill Jcn, Filton South Jcn, Filton Abbey Wood, Filton No 1 Jcn, Stoke Gifford Jcn No 2, Stoke Gifford West Jcn, Bristol Parkway, Stoke Gifford East Jcn, Westerleigh Jcn, Yale South Jcn, Yale, Berkley Road Jcn, Cam & Dursley,Standish Jcn, Gloucester Yard Jcn, Gloucester Barnwood Jcn, Cheltenham Spa, Cheltenham Alstone Jcn Ashchurch for Tewkesbury, Abbotswood Jcn, Spetchley Up Goods Loop, Stoke Works Jcn, Bromsgrove, Lickey Incline, Barnt Green, Barnt Green Jcn, Longbridge, Morthfield, Kings Norton Jcn, Kings Norton, Kings Norton Station Jcn, Lifford East Jcn, Bordesley Jcn,St Andrews Jcn, Landor Street Jcn, Castle Bromwich Jcn, WaterOrton West Jcn, Water Orton & Water Orton East Jcn before terminating at Coleshill Parkway
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Cab Ride GBRF123: Whatley Quarry to Hanwell Loop (185-mins) (2xDVD)

Cab Ride GBRF123: Whatley Quarry to Hanwell Loop (185-mins) (2xDVD)

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A cab-ride journey from Whatley Quarry to Hanwell Loop (West London) via Westbury, Newbury, Reading West, Reading & Maidenhead aboard a Class 66 loco of GBRf passing through Murdercombe Tunnel, Great Elm Tunnel, Bedlam Tunnel, along Whatley Quarry Single, Frome North Jcn ,Clink Road Jcn, Fairwood Jcn, Westbury South Jcn, Westbury Down Reception, Westbury, Westbury North Jcn, Heywood Road Jcn, Pewsey, Bedwyn, Hungerford, Kintbury, Newbury, Newbury Race Course, Thatcham, Midgham, Aldermaston, Theale Down/Up Goods Loop, Theale, Southcote Jcn, Reading West,Westbury Line Jcn, ]Reading, Reading New Jcn, Twyford West Jcn, Twyford, Ruscombe Jcn, Maidenhead, Taplow, Burnham, Slough West Jcn, Slough, Dolphin Jcn, Langley,Iver, West Drayton, West Drayton East Jcn, Hayes & Harlington, Southall West Jcn and Southall before terminating at Hanwell Loop.
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Devon Branches: Gunnislake & Paignton (67-mins) (16:9) (Published February 2017)

Devon Branches: Gunnislake & Paignton (67-mins)  (16:9) (Published February 2017)

17.99

Two cab rides: Plymouth to Gunnislake, Newton Abbot to Paignton

The 14¾ mile long Gunnislake branch is the stub of the former LSWR main line from Plymouth to Exeter. Beyond Plymouth, this surprisingly remote line follows the River Tamar for much of the way. At Bere Alston, our class 150 Sprinter reverses onto the former Callington Branch, which takes us over the Tamar on a classic 120 ft high 12 arch viaduct into Cornwall. The line has steep gradients, tight curves and severe speed restrictions.

For the Paignton branch we join a class 143 pacer at Newton Abbot. The 'Riviera Line' is a 7¼ mile long double track branch that takes in the popular holiday resorts of Torquay and Paignton.

Narrated by Rob Curling, written by Peter Middleton.
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Vol.207 - North Eastern Steam Miscellany (85-mins) (Released January 2017)

Vol.207 - North Eastern Steam Miscellany (85-mins) (Released January 2017)

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This volume in our miscellany series covers steam in the North East. Once again we use mostly previously unseen film compiled in the order the film runs off the original cine reels and largely without our usual detailed commentaries.


We start at Northallerton in August 1963 with a return journey to Newcastle where time is spent watching all the activities during a summer Saturday followed by visits to Gateshead and Darlington Sheds. At Scarborough, there are scenes that include Londesborough Road station and a train with an articulated twin-coach set.


Next we visit York in both 1961 and 1963 followed by visits to Leeds Central, Beverley, Malton and Filey Holiday Camp.


Much of this volume concentrates on the BR systems north and south of the Tyne where steam lasted until the summer of 1967. This was the last area where pre-grouping main line locomotives could still be seen at work. At Sunderland the shed is visited and we spend a lot of time at Ryhope Grange, Seaton Bank and the photogenic Silksworth branch.


Tyne Dock was famous for its 9F 2-10-0s working the Consett iron ore trains whilst at Pelaw we witness something for the diesel enthusiast, an English Electric Type 3 complete with brake tender!


In the area North of the Tyne during the period covered by our volume, Blyth was the largest coal shipping port in Europe. We see plenty of coal trains around Holywell, Bedlington, Percy Main, South Blyth and North Blyth. We also visit Immingham and Frodingham.


Gresley V2s are seen at Berwick on a special in 1966 whilst another special visits the Middleton-in-Teesdale branch in 1964. There is plenty of steam at Wakefield Kirkgate and Westgate stations as well as a Deltic interloper!


Classes of steam locomotives seen include A1, A3, A4, V2, B1, B16, J27, J37, V3, Q6, WD 2-8-0, LMS 2-6-4T, Ivatt Class 4 2-6-0, Black 5, 8F, BR Standard Britannia, 77xxx 2-6-0 and 9Fs.


Filmed entirely in colour during the 1960s, an authentic sound track has been added along with a commentary.

Cover photo:- Keith Pirt/Courtesy of Booklaw Publications J27s in action at West Hartlepool Junction, June 1960.


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


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The Severn Tunnel Banker - The Story of the Banking Operation under the River Severn (50-mins)

The Severn Tunnel Banker - The Story of the Banking Operation under the River Severn  (50-mins)

14.95

The railway tunnel under the River Severn that links Wales with England was built in a courageous way from the mid 1870s and finally opened in 1886. The very nature of its construction under the turbulent waters of the Bristol Channel provided the builders with great challenges as they engineered their way two and a half miles and hundreds of feet under the torrent above.

This programme looks briefly at the construction of the tunnel and the efforts to keep local underground fresh water springs from flooding the railway. Indeed the spring water still to this day flows millions of gallons which has to be pumped out by the Sudbrook pumping station on the Monmouthshire side.

The main archive film produced by members of the BAC Railway Society Film Unit shows an every-day operation to assist heavy trains from Severn Tunnel Junction through the tunnel over to the Gloucestershire side. This banking service was crucial to keep traffic flowing along this important stretch of the London to South Wales main line.

We also catch up with two railwaymen who worked on the footplate from Severn Tunnel Jct shed and experienced the techniques required for a safe banking operation.

We follow the life and times of one of the Western Region Prairie tanks, No. 4160, which was so much a part of the depot at Severn Tunnel Junction working the banking duties. Fortunately, we have No. 4160 with us today thanks to the scrapyard at Barry. Sequences of the engine at work on the West Somerset Railway include its final day before overhaul driven by Eric Broom, one of its original firemen at Severn Tunnel Jct
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Devon Branches: Exmouth to Barnstaple (84-mins) (16:9) (Published February 2017)

Devon Branches: Exmouth to Barnstaple (84-mins)  (16:9) (Published February 2017)

20.00

This Driver's eye view follows two branch lines: the Exmouth Branch and the Barnstaple Branch.

We travel over both lines in one service, formed of a Class 143 Pacer. The branch from Exmouth to Extere hugs the shore o fthe wide River Exe estuary for the start of it's 9 miles to Exmouth Junction where it joins with the former LSWR main line from London Waterloo.

At Exeter St.David's this limited stop service heads north over the Barnstaple Branch. The single line runs for nearly 38 miles, the first section through Crediton being over the former LSWR main line into Plymouth and North Cormwall. Here we pass the down train. At Eggesford another train is passed and we follow the token exchange procedure from the signal box at Crediton. Our train then continues through the picturesque and scenic Devon countryside to Barnstaple in glorious sunshine.

Written by Peter Middleton and narrated by Rob Curling.
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Video Track Issue 176: February/March 2017 (120-mins)

Video Track Issue 176: February/March 2017 (120-mins)

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Extension of Class 68 loco hauled diagram on Wherry Lines - Class 37s on Anglian haulage -Class 67s on Pathfinder charter - SRPS Class 47 charter to Lincoln - ‘East Lancs Firebrand Charter’ with West Coast 57s and 40 145 - Deliveries to Loughborough Brush Works - Class 60 on Round Oak steel - 60 044 on ‘Marches on Moors’ tour - COLAS 37s on test duties - GBRF 73s on test trains - ‘Thrash Bash’ charter to South Wales with 37 884 and 37 800 - ‘Humber Vogue’ railtour - Great Central Gala with 45 041, D8098, 55 019, 37 714, D5085 and Network Rail 31 105 - GBRF 66 727 in Maritime Blue - Freight Diversions - Eurostar 375 unit on move to Kingsbury for scrap -Engineering trains - Bromsgrove area re-signalling - Stock moves around the Network - Stock move to Okehampton - Pannier Rambler with diesel traction - West Coast 47 pilots on steam specials - Movements to UK Rail at Leicester- 37 099 new to COLAS fleet

- Coal moves in South Wales - New HST liveries inc Inter-City Swallow colours - COLAS 47 on Sleeper - Class 90 loco hauled diagram on East Coast Main Line - PLUS MORE.

Castlerock Finale The last semaphore signalling in Northern Ireland in regular use.

Western Diversions The 6 week closure of the Severn Tunnel and a variety of diverted freight and passenger traffic on the line along the Severn Estuary through Chepstow to Gloucester.

Leaf Busters The Autumns Rail Head Treatment Trains throughout the network. Stowmarket GBRF duties in East Anglia and the Cromer and Wherry Lines - Peterborough duties on the East Coast Main Line and to Lincoln and Boston - Midland Main Line top and tail Class 67s - COLAS 56s on Swindon to Gloucester duties plus along the North Wales Coast - DRS Class 20s on North and South Humberside - DB duties in South Wales - GBRF duties from Tonbridge.

South East Freight Freight diversion along the Medway Valley due to closure of Lewisham Bridge - DRS 37s on Flask train to Dungeness - Freight in and around Tonbridge with Class 73s and a variety of 66s - RHTT trains to Lingfield and Uckfield.

Cumbrian Traction Class 68s, Class 60s and Class 37s on passenger and freight on the line from Carnforth to Carlisle.

First Generation Traction Class 37s and 47s on stock moves to Ramsgate and Ely - Class 20s on specials - Class 73s on special and loco convoy.

North London Freight The busy line through Camden Road to Canonbury with diverted freight. A variety of traffic at a number of locations.

Parting Shots Special trains and the Snowplough on the Highland Main Line.

PACKED WITH NEWS FROM THE MAIN LINE including EUROSTAR FOR SCRAP - SNOWPLOUGH ON TEST - LOCO CONVOYS AND SPECIAL TRAINS - DIVERTED FREIGHT AND PASSENGER - FIRST GENERATION TRACTION
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Steam Video Issue 150: February/March 2017 (120-mins)

Steam Video Issue 150: February/March 2017 (120-mins)

12.95

MAIN LINE STEAM DIARY

Mid October 2016 to Mid Dec 2016

9466 test train to Stratford Upon Avon Panniers 9466 & 9600 on ‘Pannier Rambler’ to Stratford Upon Avon and Worcester - 5043 ‘Earl of Mount Edgcumbe’ ‘Cotswold Explorer’ to Worcester including climb of Sapperton Bank - private excursion to Chester including Gresford Bank - Christmas ‘White Rose’ to York - 34046 ‘Braunton’ running as ‘Lord Dowding’ on ‘Royal Wessex’ to Weymouth & on Cathedrals Expresses to Salisbury and Bristol - Black 5 45407 ‘The Jacobite’ - Black 5 44871 ‘The Jacobite’ - Black 5 44871 & 45407 ‘Tin Bath’ from Preston to Sheffield via Penistone and Hope Valley with ascents of Miles Platting & Chinley - ‘Christmas Cheshireman’ to Chester - ‘The Welsh Marches Express’ to Cardiff & the ‘Sussex Belle’ from Victoria to Eastbourne - 45690 ‘Leander’ ‘Scarborough Spa Express’ - 45699 ‘Galatea’ ‘Scarborough Spa Express’ & crew training runs from Carnforth - 46201 ‘Princess Elizabeth’ ‘Spirit of the Lakes’ to Salisbury, ‘West Somerset Steam Express’. ‘Cathedral Expresses’ to Worcester’ and to Norwich - 46233 ‘Duchess of Sutherland’ Light engine moves with support coach - two trips on ‘White Rose’ from Kings Cross to York & ‘The Cathedrals Express’ to Lincoln - 60163 ’Tornado’ VSOEs on the Guildford Circuit, a light engine move and ‘The White Rose’ to York.

NEWS AND EVENTS 4F 44422 & S & D 7F 53808 charter on the West Somerset Railway and the railway’s Autumn Gala with 1450 on auto train, 4936 Kinlet Hall’, 6960 Raveningham Hall & Pannier - Swanage Railway steam gala with visiting 8F 48624 & S & D 7F 53809 plus charter with U Class 31806 - Grange at Warley Model Railway Show - 60103 ‘Flying Scotsman’ & A4 60007 ‘Sir Nigel Gresley’ undergoing work at NRM - LT Prairie 5521 at Dean Forest Railway - 4566 on the Great Central Railway - Shackerstone Santa - Keighley and Worth Valley Railway gala with 45212 and visiting locos 34053 ‘Sir Keith Park’ & 7822 ‘Foxcote Manor’ - NELPEGs 50th Anniversary Gala with B1 61264, K1 62005, J72 ‘JOEM’, Q6 63395

The Main Line Duo Black 5s, 45407 and 44871 on the main line including ascents of Llanvihangel Bank, on the Great Western Main Line to Chester, and on the Malvern line to Hereford plus on the Southern to Eastbourne.

Giants of Steam. The Bluebell Railway’s major Autumn Steam Gala featuring visiting 8F 48624 from the Great Central and B12 8624 from the North Norfolk Railway plus many home grown locos.

Cumbrian Extras featuring Jubilee 45699 ‘Galatea’ on crew training runs on the familiar circuit from Carnforth, running to Hellifield and back via Blackburn.

Severn Valley Gala special ‘End of Season’ steam gala on the 4th, 5th and 6th of November. Guest locos were Churchward 42 hundred 2-8-0 number 4270, A1 ‘Tornado’, 813, Crab 2-6-0 13065, Pannier 1501 & Small Praire 4566.

Night Steam 6201 ‘Princess Elizabeth’ on East Coast Main Line, plus two steam runs up the Lickey Incline in the Autumn featuring Black 5s 45407 and 44871 on the Welsh Marches to Cardiff and the ‘Pannier Rambler’. The dramatic ascents of the Lickey Incline are shown from two vantage points.
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