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B & R Vol.218 - 1960s Iberian Railway Holidays No.1B & R Vol.218 - 1960s Iberian Railway Holidays No.1
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Cab Ride LMT08: Redditch to Birmingham New Street & Litchfield Trent Valley

Cab Ride LMT08: Redditch to Birmingham New Street & Litchfield Trent Valley

21.95

A cab-ride journey aboard a Class 323 (3 car unit) of London Midland Trains from Redditch to Lichfield Trent Valley aboard a Class 323 3-car unit of London Midland calling at Alvechurch, Barnt Green, Longbridge, Northfield, Kings Norton, Bourneville, Selly Oak, University, Five Ways, Birmingham New Street, Aston, Gravelly Hill, Erdington, Chester Road, Wylde Gree, Sutton Coldfield, Four Oaks, Butlers Lane, Blake Street, Shenstone & Litchfield City before terminating at Litchfield Trent Valley.
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Cab Ride GBRF127: Doncaster Down Decoy Sidings to Humber International Terminal

Cab Ride GBRF127: Doncaster Down Decoy Sidings to Humber International Terminal

21.95

A cab-ride journey from Doncaster Down Decoy to Humber International Terminal aboard a Class 66 loco of GBRf via Hatfield & Stainforth, Scunthorpe & Ulceby passing through Decoy North Jcn, Sandbank Jcn, Bridge Jcn, South Yorkshire Jcns, Doncaster, Doncaster North Jcn, Marshgate Jcn, Bentley, Adwick, Carcroft Jcn, Skellow Jcn, Applehurst Jcn, Thorpe Marsh Jcn, Stainforth Jcn, Hatfield & Stainforth, Thorne Jcn, Thorne South, Crowle, Keadby Canal Bridge, Althorpe,Gunhouse Jcn, Scunthorpe, Scunthorpe West Jcn, Trent Jcn, North Lincoln Jcn, Foreign Ore Jcn, Wrawby Jcn, Branetby, Brocklesby Jcn, Ulceby, Ulceby North Jcn, Ulceby Gate Jcn, Humber Road Jcn & Immingham West Jcn terminating at Humber International Terminal before the turn-back from Marsh Farm Crossing back to signal IW253. at Humber International Terminal.
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Traction 2017 Part 2

Traction 2017 Part 2

19.90

FREIGHT TRAFFIC & TRACTION: 56302 working fuel tanks to Fort William and Lairg; DCR’s 31452 hauling a rake of redundant PNA wagons to Rotherham for scrapping; Colas’s 60047 working DB’s Lindsey-Kingsbury tanks; 56078 deputising for a Class 60 on the Drax-Lindsey tanks; 37425 & 37606 on the Crewe-Bescot departmental; 60085 makes a rare Tug appearance at Huntley; 60091 rescues failed classmate 60020 on the Robeston-Westerleigh tanks; a GBRf intermodal service is rescued by two DRS Class 57s on an autumn ‘leaf buster’; DB Class 66s rescue DCR’s failed 56104 at Denham Golf Club; GBRf purchases three Colas Class 47s and ten DB Class 66s; Colas takes over the Avonmouth to Aberthaw coal; four Class 90s on a Freightliner; 20007 returns to the main line after 25 years...and pairs of DCR Class 56s and ROG Class 47s on the Wembley-Foxton spoil trains!

PASSENGER TRACTION, RAILTOURS & SPECIALS: ROG Class 47s working Chiltern Railways services between Birmingham and Marylebone; GBRf Class 66s working an East Midlands Trains service to Skegness; DRS’s 37716 is drafted onto Greater Anglia ‘Wherry Line’ services; both GWR heritage-liveried power cars in the same HST formation; 40145 and 56094 on the ‘Scarborough Spa Express’; 50007 & 50049 make a nostalgic return to Glasgow; DRS duo 37602 & 37609 hauling the Northern Belle to Oban; Pullman livery for DB Cargo’s 67021 and 67024; Greater Anglia’s Class 68 farewell tour; the Grand Central HST farewell; 20118 & 20132 on GBRf’s ‘Charitable Chibble’ charity train; 37685 working a railtour over the Borders Railway...and 57604 on a GWR HST drag!

THERE’S ALSO: 50008 Thunderer on the Bishop Auckland branch and on various departmental workings; ROG Class 47s hauling Class 442 units from Ely to Bournemouth; 56301 on the Ramsgate-Derby Class 375 EMU move; Southern’s 73202 ventures to Eastleigh; 66753 hauling a Eurostar to the breaker’s yard; 50017 & 50050 on a Colas RHTT move; Pullman-liveried 57306 hauling a London Midland EMU to Long Marston; Chiltern’s ‘bubble cars’ make their final journey; 33207 hauling a 2EPB unit from Slade Green to Southall; 60026 visits the East Lancs; a convoy of FIVE Class 31s heading for the Nene Valley; 33202 on the Isle of Wight....plus coverage of GWR’s open day at Old Oak Common, including many of the unusual movements of exhibits to and from London!
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Traction 2018 Part 1

Traction 2018 Part 1

19.90

The early indications are that this looks like being another cracking programme, proving the old adage – ‘never say never on the privatised railway’.


Among the many eye-popping workings you can expect to see will be – the first Crompton to work on the Windermere branch (and service trains at that!), the first Class 50-hauled passenger train round the Cumbrian coast, 70814 on biomass trials with GB Railfreight, classmate 70811 working the ‘Scarborough Spa Express’, 47501 & 47805 return to the main line with Crewe-based Locomotive Services, 37521 is back on the main line after an absence of fourteen years, DRS’ 37716 on Peak Forest shunting duties, GBRf’s 66789 emerges from Eastleigh Works in Large Logo livery while 66783 is out-shopped in striking Biffa livery, 57316 hauling a track machine from Dundee to Guide Bridge, former GWR HST power cars transfer to Scotrail, 66304 rescuing a failed Freightliner on Beattock, ROG Class 47s hauling new Trans Pennine coaching stock to Longsight, 47580 hauling a ballast regulator from Guide Bridge to Dollands Moor, BR blue Class 20s leaving London Victoria and then arriving at Kings Cross on a wedding special, Swanage-based 33012 working over London Underground’s Metropolitan Line, 50008 hauling a rake of box wagons from Eastleigh to Wembley, ROG’s 37608 rescuing a DB cargo stone train at Clapham Junction, Northern Belle-liveried 57305+57312 on the Barrow-Sellafield flasks, 47813 hauling a rake of covered steel carriers, 70807 deputising for a failed Class 37 on a Colas test train, 55009 working the ‘Albert Gilmour Memorial’ charter from Newcastle to Kings Cross, the brief return of Corfe Castle-Wareham main line shuttles with 20007, 33012, 50049 & 66783, the long-awaited return to traffic of 40012 at the East Lancs Railway’s Class 40 gala…and DRS Class 37s and Colas Class 56s on winter snowplough duties.


Naturally, plenty more fascinating workings, traction developments, freight traffic changes and preservation highlights will complete a riveting 100 minutes of unrivalled modern traction coverage from the first six months of this year.
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Mersey Boxes - Halton Junction to Liverpool Lime Street

Mersey Boxes - Halton Junction to Liverpool Lime Street

19.90

Our third programme on traditional railway signalling covers the eighteen miles of the busy Mersey main line from Halton Junction to the terminus at Liverpool Lime Street.


Seven boxes and panels - each of them vastly different - cover this fascinating route. As well as five different passenger train operators, the route has six freight terminals dotted along it, and this programme features many of the signalling movements that are required for trains to access the various sites. At Edge Hill and Lime Street, such is the intensity of the passing passenger services that the Signaller had to provide a live running commentary as he signalled the trains! As you will see, there is absolutely no margin for error.

The seven featured boxes are:

HALTON JUNCTION - the smallest of the seven boxes has a full size lever frame. It handles London Midland and Virgin passenger services and a variety of freight?traffic. The box also controls access to the Halton Curve.

RUNCORN - built to air raid precaution specification, this Grade 2 listed building also has a full size lever frame. Situated by Runcorn station, it also handles passenger and freight traffic as well as controlling access to the Folly Lane freight branch.

DITTON JUNCTION - has a large Entrance-Exit (NX) panel. Freight trains serving two nearby terminals require complex shunting manoeuvres and this programme features both of them.

SPEKE JUNCTION - the largest full size lever frame on this section of route, the Speke frame has 86 of them. The box also controls access to and from the Garston Freightliner and automotive terminals

ALLERTON JUNCTION - situated by Liverpool South Parkway station, this manual box houses a delightful 70 lever frame and controls access to Allerton depot. The volume of passenger trains steps up a gear as the main line is joined by the Cheshire Lines from Widnes and Warrington Central.

EDGE HILL - houses a large and complex NX panel. The volume of passenger trains steps up yet another level here with the addition of the Chat Moss route from Huyton and Manchester. The Signaller explains how Edge Hill undertakes the regulation of trains in and out of Lime Street.

LIVERPOOL LIME STREET - has a magnificent Westinghouse 'L' type power frame with 95 miniature levers. Passenger services at the terminus are so intensive that the Lime Street Signallers handle around approximately one train movement every two minutes during the day. The Signaller here provides a live commentary while an axle counter failure at Huyton adds some drama to the relentless action!


Produced with the full co-operation of Network Rail, this programme was filmed during the summer of 2017 while all seven boxes were still fully operational and before Lime Street station was remodelled. All the scenes in this programme will eventually be history - Halton Junction, Runcorn and Lime Street have already closed and the others will follow in due course.


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Short Cuts - Six cab rides on one DVD

Short Cuts - Six cab rides on one DVD

19.90

Ever since we produced our first cab ride programme in 1994, our cameras have filmed around fifty subsequent journeys. For a variety of reasons, not all of them have seen the light of day but among the countless hours of tape lying on the cutting room floor is some really interesting, unusual and – in many cases - historical footage. This programme comprises six mini cab rides featuring rural branch lines and busy main lines. All six were filmed on different types of traction - ranging from a 1961-built Class 20 and a 1984-built Class 58 to a modern high-speed Virgin Pendolino. The cab rides were filmed between 2001 and 2017.

HOLYHEAD-BANGOR on 57309: Filmed during the period when Virgin Class 57s were diagrammed for a daily Pendolino drag between Crewe and Holyhead, this sequence features the 25 miles of route in North Wales from Holy Island across Anglesey and onto the mainland. It is a section of route that has plenty of interest - semaphore signals, jointed track, request stops, Britain’s longest station name...and the Britannia Bridge over the Menai Straits.

HOPE CEMENT WORKS-EARLES SIDINGS on 20056: This rural backwater in Derbyshire, which connects Hope Cement Works to the Hope Valley Line, is virtually hidden from view. A single Class 20 over the 1.5 mile branch line compliments the surroundings. On this occasion it was an unsilenced 20056 that was on the trip duties rather than the usual silenced Class 20.

ACTON WELLS-WEMBLEY YARD on 58025: A short cut from the North London Line to Wembley Yard. The maze of trackwork starts at Acton Wells Junction and the short journey continues via Acton Canal Wharf, the quirky single-track Up & Down Acton Branch, the Willesden Relief Line and the High Level Goods Line which leads into the busy Wembley Yard.

KILMARNOCK-BARRHEAD on 55022: Deltic Royal Scots Grey tackles the seven-mile climb from Kilmarnock to the summit at Dunlop, hauling a refurbished EMU to Yoker. This rural journey features the impressive collection of semaphore signals at Lugton and some fine scenery. This was filmed during the brief period when some of these workings travelled via Barrhead before being re-routed via Killwinning and Barassie - as covered in our full length ‘Taking Stock’ programme.

EUSTON-WATFORD JUNCTION on Virgin Pendolino 390126: After leaving Euston on ‘Line X’ and climbing Camden bank, the WCML runs alongside the busy Watford DC Lines, past Willesden Junction and Wembley Yard. North of Bushey the Pendolino tilts at an impressive 110mph before passing through Watford Junction. This is a view of this fascinating route from the Down Fast Line and compliments that of the Up Slow Line as featured in our ‘GBAC’ programme.

READING-BASINGSTOKE on 66082: This journey starts on the western approaches to the newly-remodelled Reading. After passing under the new Reading Viaduct onto the remodelled Reading West curve, this DB Cargo intermodal service briefly joins the Berks & Hants route to pass through Reading West station. At Southcote Junction the train takes the former GWR?route through Mortimer and Bramley before joining the South Western Main Line at Basingstoke.
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Chiltern Mainline [Blu-ray]

Chiltern Mainline [Blu-ray]

25.00

London Marylebone to Birmingham Moor Street.

Diesel loco-hauled expresses have made a comeback… For this Driver’s eye view we travel in the cab of a class 68 hauling a rake of refurbished Mk 111 carriages marketed by Chiltern Railways as ‘Silver Trains’

Our journey starts at London’s Marylebone Station where we board the 1010 to Birmingham Moor Street. Video 125 has been here before, 30 years ago in fact, but so much has changed. Signalling, privatisation, Network Rail, Marylebone station, re-doubling of the line and even the Evergreen initiative that has seen strategic improvements to infrastructure and consequential increase in line speeds. In the last decade alone, Chiltern Railways has vastly increased the number of services over the Chiltern main line.

At first, our train takes us alongside the Metropolitan and Jubilee lines and past Wembley Stadium. We then join the former Great Central/Great Western JOINT line at Northolt Junction and run alongside the Central Line. The joint line takes us through High Wycombe and the Chiltern Hills following the path once taken by GWR steam expresses heading for Birmingham or Birkenhead. Joining the busy former GWR main line from Oxford before Banbury we continue through Leamington Spa, Warwick and Solihull to Birmingham Moor Street, the station there seeing a remarkable restoration reminiscent of the 1930’s steam age.

All the fascinating history of the Great Central Railway – the last traditional main line into London, is in the narration, expertly delivered by seasoned broadcaster Richard Bath.
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Chiltern Mainline

Chiltern Mainline

19.99

London Marylebone to Birmingham Moor Street.

Diesel loco-hauled expresses have made a comeback… For this Driver’s eye view we travel in the cab of a class 68 hauling a rake of refurbished Mk 111 carriages marketed by Chiltern Railways as ‘Silver Trains’

Our journey starts at London’s Marylebone Station where we board the 1010 to Birmingham Moor Street. Video 125 has been here before, 30 years ago in fact, but so much has changed. Signalling, privatisation, Network Rail, Marylebone station, re-doubling of the line and even the Evergreen initiative that has seen strategic improvements to infrastructure and consequential increase in line speeds. In the last decade alone, Chiltern Railways has vastly increased the number of services over the Chiltern main line.

At first, our train takes us alongside the Metropolitan and Jubilee lines and past Wembley Stadium. We then join the former Great Central/Great Western JOINT line at Northolt Junction and run alongside the Central Line. The joint line takes us through High Wycombe and the Chiltern Hills following the path once taken by GWR steam expresses heading for Birmingham or Birkenhead. Joining the busy former GWR main line from Oxford before Banbury we continue through Leamington Spa, Warwick and Solihull to Birmingham Moor Street, the station there seeing a remarkable restoration reminiscent of the 1930’s steam age.

All the fascinating history of the Great Central Railway – the last traditional main line into London, is in the narration, expertly delivered by seasoned broadcaster Richard Bath.
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The Chiltern Bubble Cars

The Chiltern Bubble Cars

12.00

The 19th May 2017 was the last day that first-generation DMUs ran in regular passenger service on Network Rail. These were the two class 121 Bubble cars owned by Chiltern Railways that were used on the Princes Risborough to Aylesbury branch.

To record and commemorate the event, Video 125 cameras followed the single units (affectionately dubbed Bubble Cars) in the weeks prior to their withdrawal. The idea for this film came from the former Managing Director of Chiltern Trains Holidays, Tony Parkins, who has been closely associated with Chiltern Railways ever since his involvement with the writing of our Driver's eye view Chiltern Take Two.

It was Tony's idea to produce this film and as such has not only co-written and researched the information but actually presents it to camera.

The film starts with a brief history of the class 121 with a couple of archive clips and old photos. We then come to 2017 and go inside the Chiltern Railways Aylesbury depot to interview the Production Manager who gives us an insight into the whys and wherefores of the DMUs. To find out more about the 121s in general, Tony then went to the nearby Chinnor and Princes Risborough Railway to talk to members responsible for their own Bubble Cars' restoration and a former driver who used to drive the single cars on the Bedford to Bletchley line.

Back to Aylesbury and the Chiltern Railways senior driving instructor takes us through the start up procedure. He then drives unit number 034 from the depot into platform 1 at Aylesbury to start the afternoon diagram. A Driver's eye view of the Princes Risborough to Aylesbury branch follows, including the line's history and the operation of the Bubble car.

The final day arrives and the Chiltern Railways Managing Director gives a farewell speech. With both 121s coupled together for the final few services, it is drizzling when the last scheduled service arrives bringing down the curtain on the very last DMU service operated by a national train operarting company on Network Rail.

Filmed in May 2017
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Devon Branches: Gunnislake & Paignton

Devon Branches: Gunnislake & Paignton

18.00

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.211 A Miscellany of Electric & Diesel Power No.3

Vol.211 A Miscellany of Electric & Diesel Power No.3

19.75


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In this volume we continue our “Classic Traction” theme covering many of the different classes of locomotives that were in operation across all regions of the network during the 1970s and 1980s. Most of the clips selected have not been previously seen. As before with we have simply compiled the film clips in no particular order and thus a few surprises will be in store as you enjoy the video.


Starting with the Southern, we see Class 33s in action and then over on the Western we see Class 52s and Class 50s in and around the Paddington area. At Old Oak Common Depot a number of Hymeks and other types are stabled around the last of the four round-house turntables. Class 47s are seen all over the network hauling all manner of trains. Several Hymeks are seen working, including D7017 emblazoned with the D & EG signs after purchase by the Group.


On the East Coast Main Line, the famous Deltics are in action (including a glimpse of the first ever Deltic visit to Inverness) and we visit King's Cross, Brookmans Park, Welwyn Viaduct, Hitchin, Cadwell, York plus several other locations. In Scotland we see class 26s on the Kyle line.


Class 20s were well known for working pairs and we see these on MGR coal trains at locations such as Warrington for the Fiddlers Ferry Power Station. At Tinsley Yard we see one of three class 13s stabled. These were a development from the class 08 and especially built for the yard. Most unusual are the scenes from the old Burry Port and Gwendraeth Railway with triple-headed 03s, working on the restricted height line, which in its early days was actually a canal!


More freight action includes parcels traffic, steel coil, fuel & chemical tank trains and Presflow wagon workings. A few scenes of London Underground units are followed by BR DMUs and EMUs on the Southern, Watford and Southport lines. A rarely seen Motor Parcels van is captured hauling two baggage vans out of Paddington. A German built railbus is also spotted meandering around Kemble. Plus a few shots taken around the South Wales Collieries.


On the West Coast Main Line we see class 85 & 86 electrics followed by a pair of EM1 Bo-Bos on the Woodhead route. Other locations include Churchdown, Banbury, Didcot, Bishops Stortford, (where we see a special guards-van railtour) as well as Barnetby and Chester. Harlow Mill features several stone trains arriving and departing with a variety of 37s, 47s, 56s, 58s, a 59 and 60s providing the power. We also visit High Wycombe, Bletchley, Cheltenham and Shrewsbury areas. Plus a couple of scenes from Wennington and the Settle & Carlisle.


With such a diverse range of locomotives there is an equally diverse range of liveries, from original green two-tone, BR Corporate Blue, Large-Logo, Railfreight sector variants, Inter-City and more including special 'one-offs' such as the 'Yellow Peril' No.47803. We also see the Crewe Test Train in action plus a couple of passing Motorail services.


All the archive film is in colour. An informative commentary and authentic soundtrack has been added.


Cover Photo:- Keith Pirt/Courtesy Book Law Publications, Type 4 D1576 in the New Forest with the up "Bournemouth Belle", July 1967.


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


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Cab Ride NR82: Wakefield Westgate & Huddersfield to Manchester Victoria

Cab Ride NR82: Wakefield Westgate & Huddersfield to Manchester Victoria

21.95

A cab-ride journey aboard a Class 142 & 150 units of Northern Rail from Wakefield Westgate to Manchester Victoria via Huddersfield & Stalybridge calling at Wakefield Kirkgate (then changing ends for) Mirfield, Deighton, & Huddersfield (then change of platform for) Slaithwaite, Marsden,Greenfield, Mossley, Stalybridge and Ashton-Under-Lyne before terminating at Manchester Victoria.
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