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60s Steam Vol.1 (43-mins)


60s Steam Vol.1 (43-mins)

Ref: TV676D


A compilation of 16mm film commemorating the 30th. Anniversary of the end of working steam on British Railways. Includes some familiar subjects and locations from the 1960s.

Waterloo Station in the final days of steam with an Ivatt tank and Bulleid Pacific.

Nine Elms including A4 Pacific 'Sir Nigel Gresley'. The last steam worked main line with Bulleid Pacifics and Standard Classes

East Coast Power featuring 'Clun Castle', 'Flying Scotsman', 60532 'Blue Peter', freight with a 9f, V2 plus a 'Britannia' hauled special

Western Memories with steam at Southall Shed, Ruabon, Wrexham

Great Central Steam with Black 5s on the last passenger workings

Colwick Steam featuring veteran 0-8-0s

North Eastern Steam at Sunderland and North Blythe

North of the Border with A4s on Aberdeen Expresses and a variety of steam in Fife in 1966

Peak Forest Steam with 8Fs on workings to Buxton

The Last Months of Steam on Shap and in the North West

The Last Steam Train of the 11th August 1968...





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60s Steam Vol.2 (40-mins)


60s Steam Vol.2 (40-mins)

Ref: TV655D


The Western Region; the Thame branch, the Reading main line, South Wales.

The Southern Region; Branch lines and Boat trains, the Waterloo main line with passenger & freight, Worting Junction, Southampton Specials.

The Great Central - Scenes in 1967 including Marylebone.

The Eastern Region Specials including 4472 'Flying Scotsman', the North East, views from the cab.

The London Midland Region Banbury Station & Shed, Crewe shed, 60019 'Bittern' on tour, 9fs on freight, Derby, the midland Main Line, Steam over Shap including 'Duchess's', Black 5s, Fowler bankers, Britannias, the Keswick branch.

35mm and 16mm colour archive film from the days of working steam.





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By Southern to the Coast


By Southern to the Coast

Ref: TV994D


A detailed look at the former Southern main line from Waterloo to Southampton, Bournemouth and Weymouth using a wealth of rare archive film, from the years from Nationalization to July 1967.

A History of the Route - from LSWR days to Nationalisation.

Waterloo to Clapham Juntion - Steam at London's last terminus and Nine Elms, plus Clapham Junction in the 1960s.

Clapham Junction to Basingstoke - Bulleid Pacifics at speed on this distinctive main line with its pneumatically operated semaphores. 'King Arthurs', and '700' Class 0-6-0s are also featured in the early 1960s.

Basingstoke to Southampton - From quadruple to double track with more Bulleids at high speed for the run through Eastleigh. Includes Southampton Docks and the 'Bournemouth Belle'.

To the Dorset Coast - M7s at Brockenhurst, the 'Castlemans Corkscrew', Bounemouth Central and Shed, Wareham, Dorchester and the 1 in 50 grade of Upwey Bank, plus Weymouth.

PLUS

Steam on the Swanage Railway - featuring passenger and freight with M7 30053, 34072 '275 Squadron' plus archive views.

The Mid Hants Railway - with steam 'Crossing the Alps' in the preservation era.

Southern Main Line Steam - with the first daylight steam to weymouth and Basingstoke in the preservation era.





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By Southern to the Far West Vol.1


By Southern to the Far West Vol.1

Ref: TV185D


The first of two programmes in which Mike Arlett explores in some detail the former Southern Railway network of lines west of Exeter mostly in the last years of working steam.

Exeter to Barnstaple:- Exeter Central and St Davids Stations are visited before a trip along the picturesque line to Barnstaple. Including some superb colour material professionally filmed from the observation car of the Devon Belle shortly after the introduction of this famous but short-lived Pullman train.

Barnstaple & Ilfracombe:- Featuring mainly the climb over the very steep gradients on either side of Morthoe & Woolacombe station, but including Ilfracombe and more evocative colour film from the observation car of the Devon Belle.

Barnstaple to Torrington:-. The final passenger train; a special run by BR on a day when the weather more than matched this sad event.

Yeoford to Okehampton:-. A brief journey on board an enthusiast’s special.

Plymouth to Okehampton:- From Plymouth Friary, along the Tamar Valley and skirting the western side of Dartmoor, via Beer Alston and Tavistock, to arrive back at Okehampton.

Bere Alston to Callington:- Whilst travelling from Plymouth to Okehampton, a stop is made at Bere Alston for a look at the fascinating branch line to Gunnislake and Callington.

Finally a fascinating ‘Then & Now’ feature in which some of the locations featured earlier are revisited briefly early in 2009 to view what is left of the old stations and other infrastructure of this network of railway lines

Having watched our programme, if you are interested in learning much more about the network of former Southern lines west of Exeter, we can refer you to some superb books published by The Irwell Press: ‘The Okehampton Line’ is a detailed and fully illustrated portrayal of the Southern route from Exeter to Plymouth. ‘An Illustrated History of the North Cornwall Railway’ was reissued in 2008, a much enlarged edition of the original book – this really is an ‘A to Z’ of the route to Launceston, Wadebridge and Padstow.





Number of discs: 1 DVD-R
Running Time: 62-mins (1hr 2min)

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By Southern to the Far West Vol.2 (64-mins)


By Southern to the Far West Vol.2 (64-mins)

Ref: TV176D


The concluding part of two programmes in which Mike Arlett explores in some detail the former Southern Railway network west of Exeter in the last years of working steam.

Okehampton to Halwill:- After a look at Meldon Viaduct and the loco serving the quarry, a brief foray down the line to arrive at Halwill, the junction for three different routes.

Halwill to Bude:- The original route from Halwill as far as Holsworthy is featured briefly, together with the later extension onwards to Bude.

Halwill to Torrington:- A leisurely journey along the fascinating and grandly titled North & Cornwall Junction Light Railway, during which all the intermediate stations and halts are seen, with arrival at Torrington featuring both passenger and mixed trains.

Wadebridge to Padstow & Okehampton:- A trip down the scenic Camel Estuary to the end of the line at Padstow precedes a journey all the way along the route of the North Cornwall Railway to arrive back at Okehampton. This includes film shot from the footplate of a Maunsell Class U 2-6-0.

Finally a fascinating ‘Then & Now’ feature, in which some of the locations featured in the main programme are revisted briefly in early 2009 to view what is left of the old stations and other infrastructure of this network of railway lines.





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Great Western Branches & By-Ways (60-mins)


Great Western Branches & By-Ways (60-mins)

Ref: TV979D


A celebration of a unique aspect of railway operation - plus 2 bonus footage items.

The Great Western Branch was regarded by many as unique, with a charager that set them apart from the rest of the network.

Whether serving the reorts of Devon or Cornwall, or carrying commuter traffic to the main line, they had one thing in common - they changed little throughout their working lives.

Most succumbed to the closures of the post war years. The survivors have changed beyond all recognition. This programme is a celebration of the by-ways of the Great Western Railway, it uses a wealth of colour and black & white archive film to recreate a by-gone era.

The Programme comprises:

The Marlow Donkey - The famout Great Western Branch frunning for two and a half miles along the Thames Valley with 0-4-2 tanks in action druing the final years of steam operation.

Two Cotswold Branches - The Tetbury and Cirencester Branches.

Services from Gloucester - The push-pull services to Chalford, the Sharpness Branch, and the cross country line from Gloucester to Ross on Wye and Hereford.

Wiltshire Branches - Scenes from the network around Trowbridge and Chippenham featuring the branches to Devizes and Calne.

West Country Branches - Long forgotten scenes from Devon and Cornwall featuring the Hemyock, Brixham, Kingsbridge, Looe and Helston Branches.

PLUS BONUS FOOTAGE

Western By-ways in Deepest Devon - the Totnes to Buckfastleigh line in preservation.

The West Somerset Railway - an exploration of the private railway from Minehead to Bishops Lydeard.





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Reflections on Southern Steam (50-mins)


Reflections on Southern Steam (50-mins)

Ref: TV840D


A look at various aspects of steam on the Southern from the 1930s to the present day. PLUS a bonus programme - Reflections on Main Line Southern Steam. 50 mins plus bonus footage.

To many the Southern is, and always has been, an all electric railway. However, in the days of steam the Southern had more variety of motive power than its neighbour the Great Western. In this programme we reflect on the various aspects of Southern Steam, from the pre-war years through to the present day.

* Archive film from the days of the Southern Railway with steam at work on the Isle of Wight and on the former London and South Western system, plus a look at freight traffic.

* Freight traffic in and around Feltham Yard in th 1960s showing a wide range of classes at work.

* Rare colour film showing steam at work in and around Waterloo in the years before Nationalisation.

* The Merchant Navy Class, with a look at their development in the 1940s plus 'Swanage' on the Mid Hants Railway.

* The Bulleids 'Leader' design using rare black and white film of the engine on test at Brighton.

* Bulleid passenger coaches.

* The Hayling Island and Guildford to Horsham line.

* Railways of the Isle of Wight.

* 30 years of the Bluebell Railway.

* Railtours on the Southern.

PLUS a bonus programme -Reflection on Main Line Southern Steam' featuring main line steam tours in 1992 to Ashford, Eastleigh and the South Coast.





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Stanier Pacifics (90-mins)


Stanier Pacifics (90-mins)

Ref: TV742D


The Princess Royals and Coronations - an in-depth history of Staniers legendary Pacifics.

Stanier's magnificent Pacifics provided 'top link' power for the West Coast Main Line in the era of steam. This programe uses archive film to provide a comprehensive account of these powerful locomotives from the 1930s to the present day.

The highlights include:

A 'Princess' under construction; lineside and footplate views from the 1930s; 6201s epic 401 mile run to Glasgow; the 'Turbomotive' at Euston and on the main line; 'Coronation' being built; the record breaking run to Crewe; BR days with shots from Euston, Camden Bank, Watford Junction, Bushey Troughs, Tamworth, Crewe and the climb to Shap including 6208 at Shap Wells and 6209 at Greenholme; Railtours including 46251 on the 'East Midlander'; parcel and freight workings including 46200 on the Aberdeen fish train; 46248 shunting at Bletchley; 46235 on the Broad Street milk; preservation action plus much more!

In addition we take a close look at the namings, locos on shed, the effects of the removal of the streamlining and a guide to the footplate.

This programme was made in 1994 and has been digitally remastered.





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Sixties Steam Remembered 50-mins)


Sixties Steam Remembered 50-mins)

Ref: TV561D


A tour of the railway network in the days of working steam.

A look at steam workings around the country during 1966. Included are winter steam operations in the North West featuring Black 5s, 'Crabs', 3fs & Fairburn 2-6-4s, the last Western steam operations around Wrexham with Pannier tanks, Southern Steam with Bulleid Pacifics running to Bournmouth, the Brockenhurst and Swanage branches, the North East with WDs and veteran 0-6-0s, the line over Shap with a variety of steam power storming the grades featuring 9fs, Black 5s, 'Britannias', 8fs with a range of bankers.





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Sixties Steam Revisited (50-mins)


Sixties Steam Revisited (50-mins)

Ref: TV554D


Another tour of the railway network in the days of working steam.

An exploration of the British Railways steam scene in 1966. Included are main line steam on the West Coast Main Line; a wide variety of operation in the North West with everything from Black 5s to 9fs and Standard 4s; Main line and industrial steam to the collieries in the North East; industrial steam at Seaham Harbour; The Swanage Branch; Brockenhurs with main line and branch workings; steam workings to Blackpool; BR Standards including 'Britannias', Standard 5s, 9fs and Standard 4s; the 'Jubilees'; Special trains featuring a B1, an 8f, a Jubilee, 'The Great marquess', and Pannier Tanks around Wrexham.





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Southern Steam - The Post War Years


Southern Steam - The Post War Years

Ref: TV844D


Steam in action throughout the Southern Region in the 1950s and 1960s.

1950s Southern. ‘King Arthurs’, ‘Lord Nelsons’, ‘Bulleid Pacifics’, ‘Schools’, a G6 0-6-0 tank & Standard designs at Victoria and on the main line to Basingstoke and Southampton.

Eastleigh in the 1950s featuring the Works and Steam Shed including the Open Day of August 1957. Includes some veteran motive power of the period including a T9, B4 tanks and a Brighton Atlantic.

Southern Sheds in the 1950s featuring Feltham, Ramsgate, Ashford, Folkestone, Stewarts Lane, Tonbridge. Tunbridge Wells West and Nine Elms with a range of steam power.

The Isle of Wight in the 1950s and 1960s.

Southern Steam off the Beaten Track in the 1950s including the Seaton & Lyme Regis Branches and the West Country with Beattie Well Tanks.

Reading Southern a detailed portrait of the station, steam shed and its approach lines in the years leading to closure in 1965. Includes passenger and freight and a wide variety of motive power.

Specials in the 1950s the Rother Valley Limited of October 1958 featuring Terriers to Tenterden, the Southern Counties Limited in February 1957 with Brighton Atlantic ‘Beachy Head’ plus the Atlantics last run in service and a tour of Brighton Shed in 1958.

The Last Steam Worked Main Line - steam on the route from Waterloo to Basingstoke in 1964.





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Southern Steam Branches & Byways


Southern Steam Branches & Byways

Ref: TV214D


The age of steam on a number of Southern branches and secondary lines in Surrey, Sussex and Kent recreated using colour archive film from the late 1950s and 1960s

Tunbridge Wells West and the lines to East Grinstead, Oxted & Polegate; through Groombridge to Ashurst; North to Oxted featuring M7 tanks; West to Three Bridges with M7 tanks on push-pull services; the ‘Sussex Downsman Railtour’; through Eridge to the South Coast at Polegate with the intermediate stations on the line; local services at Hove; the Guildford to Horsham Branch including a special ‘last’ train; Cross Country steam on the Guildford to Redhill line; branch services to Allhallows and Westerham featuring a ‘Q’ Class and an ‘H’ Class; the Bluebell in its early years.

The programme includes ‘before and after’ scenes at a number of locations.





Running Time: 60-mins

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Steam By-ways (70-mins)


Steam By-ways (70-mins)

Ref: TV603D


Away from the glamour of the main line existed a network of branches and secondary lines serving virtually every corner of the country. A wide variety of steam power toiled away on an extensive system. In this programme we explore the by-ways of the great days of working steam using colour archive film and some 'past & present' views.

Southern branches

Western Contrasts - with former GWR motive power on the Marlow Branch and in the North of Scotland with the delightful line from The Mound to Dornoch.

Along the Cornish Coast - featuring the line through St Agnes and Perranporth to Newquay.

Gloucestershire Steam By-Ways - the Berkeley Road to Sharpness and Aschursh to Upton Upon Severn branches plus the celebrated branch from Grange Court Junction to Hereford via Ross on Wye.

By-Ways through the Heart of Wales - the branches radiating from Brecon and the hub of a delightful system of long lost branches. Features the Brecon to Colbren and Neath lines - plus the branch through Three Cocks Junction to Builth Road and Llanidloes.





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Steam's Final Countdown (85-mins)


Steam's Final Countdown (85-mins)

Ref: TV231D


Working Steam finished on British Railways in August 1968... 40 Years later we bring it back to life.

One Year to Go. The steam scene in August 1967 and during the autumn with film from Shap, the Settle & Carlisle, the North East and Chester.

1968 - Steams Final Year. Steam action around Peak Forest, in Manchester and Preston at the start of the final year.

The Steam Sheds. Lostock Hall, Patricroft, Bolton, Carnforth and Rose Grove shed in their last days

The Last Railtours. Specials in the North West.

The Last Month. Freight traffic and the specials of the 4th August 1968.

The Last Steam Train. Black 5s and 70013 ‘Oliver Cromwell’ on the famous run from Liverpool to Carlisle via the Settle & Carlisle.

Steam Survivors. 8F 48773, and the Black 5s which escaped the scrapheapwith film from the last days in traffic.

Presented by Graeme Aldous





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Steam on Shed Vol.1 (55-mins)


Steam on Shed Vol.1 (55-mins)

Ref: TV779D


1A, 34A, 50A, 70F, 5B - in the 1950s these codes were an integral part of the steam scene. The motive power depots they denoted became a source of pilgrimage for enthusiats. This programme explores the sheds of the era using archive film and features the following:

  • 34A Kings Cross Top Shed
  • 1A Willesden
  • 70A Nine Elms
  • 70F Bournemouth
  • 70G Weymouth
  • 81C Southall
  • 82C Swindon
  • 6C Croes Newydd
  • 5D Stoke
  • 5B Crewe South
  • 9F Heaton Mersey
  • 9B Stockport
  • 9H Patricroft
  • 10A Carnforth
  • 12E Tebay
  • 12A Carlisle Kingmoor
  • 36A Doncaster
  • 50A York
  • 52G Sunderland
  • 64A St Margarets
  • 62A Thornton
  • 66B Motherwell

PLUS bonus section - Steam in Barrow Hill Roundhouse





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Steam on Shed Vol.2 (60-mins)


Steam on Shed Vol.2 (60-mins)

Ref: TV756D


17B, 35A, 81F, 71A, 89C - in the 1950s these codes were an integral part of the steam scene. The motive poer depots they denoted became a source of pilgrimage for enthusiasts. Thjis programme explores the sheds of the era using archive film and features the following:

  • 17B Burton-On-Trent
  • 24B Rose Grove
  • 35A New England
  • 36E Retford GC & GN
  • 38E Woodford Halse
  • 50B Neville Hill
  • 51A Darlington
  • 52A Gateshead
  • 53D Bridlington
  • 54B Tyne Dock
  • 61B Aberdeen Ferryhill
  • 62B Dundee
  • 63A Perth
  • 10A St Rollox
  • 66A Polmadie
  • 70D Basingstoke
  • 71A Eastleigh
  • 72C Yeovil
  • 81F Oxford
  • 84C Banbury
  • 85B Gloucester
  • 89C Aberystwyth





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The End of an Era


The End of an Era

Ref: TV527D


Towards the end of working steam on British Railways a number of locations became ‘favourites’ as enthusiasts gathered to record the end of an era. In this programme we return to these vantage points and recreate the railway scene in all its variety. Steam and passenger workings, shunting, the railway surroundings and stations details are all featured in this homage to a long lost era.

Clapham Junction, Carnforth, Vauxhall, Waterloo, Nine Elms Shed, Severn Tunnel Junction, Chepstow, Croes Newydd, Sunderland and York are all visited using previously unpublished film.

Classes vary from former Great Western designs through to the A4s and A2s.





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The Great Central Railway Volume 1 - The London Extension from Marylebone to Helmdon


The Great Central Railway Volume 1 - The London Extension from Marylebone to Helmdon

Ref: TV0168D


The Great Central was a well laid main line providing a fast route to the Midlands. It was the last main line to be built opening n 1898 and closing in 1966 and in this series we explore the route in the 1960s in the days of working steam.

Here, in the first volume, we travel from London Marylebone to Helmdon, just south of Woodford Halse and feature:

Watkins great plan for the ‘London Extension’ and its building together the links with the Great Western Railway.

Marylebone Station its building and operations in the days of working steam together with the return of steam in the 1980s.

Through the London Suburbs.

The approach to Marylebone, the terminus itself and the line through Harrow on the Hill to Rickmansworth in the days of steam including steam on Metropolitan services.

Through the Chilterns. Steam on the line through Wendover and Stoke Mandeville including a ‘Britannia’ and a ‘Scot’.

Aylesbury with main line trains, local trains to Princes Risborough and Metropolitan services.

The Great Western & Great Central Joint line
through Princes Risborough Aylesbury to the North. The route through Quainton Road, Brackley to Helmdon Viaduct with a wide variety of steam traction.





Screen aspect ratio: 4:3
Running Time: 75-mins (1hr 15min)

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The Great Central Railway Volume 2 - The Route Explored


The Great Central Railway Volume 2 - The Route Explored

Ref: TV0146D


The Great Central was a well laid main line providing a fast route to the Midlands. We explore the route in the 1960s and the days of working steam, travelling from Woodford Halse to Nottingham visiting the stations and lineside features on the way.

The volume comprises:

Woodford Halse: the approach lines including Culworth and Woodford Junctions, Woodford Station and freight and passenger traffic.

The Link to Banbury: freight and passenger traffic on the line through Eyndon Road to Banbury with B1s, 8fs and 2-6-4 tanks.

Woodford Shed & Yards
: with steam power in and around the shed in the early 1960s, plus freight on the northern approach to the station.

Northwards to Rugby: An exploration of the route and its freight & passenger traffic including Charlwelton, Catesby Tunnel and Braunston and Willoughby with 9Fs, 8Fs, Black 5s and V2s on passenger and freight.

Rugby to Leicester: Scenes at Central & Midland stations and the line and stations northwards.

Rugby to Nottingham: All the intermediate stations, with a variety of freight and passenger traffic, plus Nottingham Arkwright Street and Victoria.

Then and Now: An exploration of the remains of the Great Central Railway from Woodford Halse to Nottingham in 2010 and a comparision of past and present scenes throughout the route.





Screen aspect ratio: 4:3
Running Time: 75-mins (1hr 15min)

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The Great Central Railway Volume 3 - Decline & Revival


The Great Central Railway Volume 3 - Decline & Revival

Ref: TV0095D


The 1960s saw a steady decline, with through services ending in Septem ber 1966. Then the last passenger trains ended three years later. In this volume we chart this decline into the 1980s and then explore the revival of services at three railway centres.

In this volume we feature:

Services into Marylebone: the station and line to Woodford Halse in the final year of through services.

Steam in the 1960s: Freight traffic with 9Fs, and passenger services featuring a wide range of traction in 1965 and 1966.

Diesels over the Great Central: Diesel Muliple Units, Class 24s and Class 47s during 1966.

Special Trains over the Great Central including the last trains of the 5th of September 1966 with the ‘Great Central Railtour’ and service trains.

The Last Passenger Services from Rugby to Nottingham with the last trains in 1969.

Post Closure Services: Marylebone and its approaches in the 1980s, Quainton Road with steam traction, freight traffic and special trains to Calvert, the last train to Ruddington in 1984 and the Great Central Railway based at Ruddington.

The Revival of Steam: on the Great Central Railway in the 1980s including ‘Butler Henderson’ plus the double tracking of the line in recent years.





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

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The Southern Way West (94-mins)


The Southern Way West (94-mins)

Ref: TV237D


Salisbury to Yeovil Junction - Salisbury station and shed, and a journey over the undulating line through Templecombe to Yeovil Junction.

Around Yeovil - A detailed look at this busy junction and the services to Penn Mill and Town. Includes everything from special workings to auto trains, railbuses and Bulleid Pacifics.

Axminster and the Lyme Regis Branch - with the veteran Adams Radial Tanks and the Ivatt tanks introduced during the last years of steam.

Seaton Junction and the Seaton Branch - including a detailed look at the junction with a wide range of steam power. Great Western 0-4-2 and Panniers are featured on the branch along with BR Standard power.

Seaton Junction to Honiton - with main line traffic over the steep grades to the summit at Honiton tunnel.

Sidmouth Junction & the Sidmouth and Exmouth Branches - A brief view with BR Standard and Southern motive power.

Exeter Central a classic Southern station in the latter years of the steam era.

Decline & Resurgence - the rationalisation of the route in the late 1960s, and the diesel traction scene of the post steam era.





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