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Vol.237 - London Midland Steam Miscellany No.9 - The John Ryan Collection

Vol.237 - London Midland Steam Miscellany No.9 - The John Ryan Collection

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The ninth volume in our popular “Miscellany” series to cover London Midland steam. This time it is compiled entirely from cine film taken by John Ryan from the Wirral and assembled in the running order of the original cine film. There is coverage across England, Scotland, and Wales and we include previously unused footage from the B & R archives with the emphasis on London Midland material.


There is some excellent film across the Wirral which includes 9Fs hauling ore trains from the dock at Bidston via Storeton, Heswall Hills, and Burton Point to the John Summers works at Shotton—the heaviest regular unfitted mineral workings on the whole of BR. The line from Birkenhead Woodside to Chester is covered in detail, such as Birkenhead shed, Rock Ferry, Bebbington & New Ferry, Spital, Hooton, Capenhurst, and Upton-by-Chester. We then move to Gresford bank, Wrexham, the Brymbo branch, Ruabon, Cefn.viaduct, Chirk, Chirk viaduct Gobowen, and Shrewsbury.


The North-West of England is another area well-photographed by John at locations such as Preston, Layton, Poulton-Ie-Fylde, Kirkham & Wesham, Croston, Ormskirk, Town Green & Aughton, Maghull, Aintree Sefton Arms, Wigan Wallgate, Hindley North, Clifton Junction, Bradshaw Brook viaduct, Southport, Banks, Hoole, Penwortharn (Cop Lane), the Horwich to Blackrod and Chorley push-pull, Royton, Manchester, Ashburys for Belle Vue, Guide Bridge, Chorlton-cum-Hardy, Didsbury, Meir, Pleasington, Rose Grove shed, Hest Bank water troughs, and Whalley viaduct.


There is more film in Wales at Llandudno, Llandudno Junction, Conwy, Penmaenmawr, Rhyl, Gwersyllt, Gowerton South, Swansea Victoria, and Bynea Halt. Other locations visited include London Marylebone, Camden, the Newport Pagnell branch push-pull the “Newport Nobby” , Rugby, Alston, Lanarkshire, Gleneagles, Carlisle, Alston, Stanley Bridge Halt, Bristol, Berkeley Road, Gloucester, Fenn's Bank, Birmingham, the Kingsbury branch & Baddesley colliery


The time period for this film is through the 1960s up to 1968. Motive power includes ex-GWR 56xx, ex-LMS Stanier Class 3 2-6-2Ts, 1Fs, Class 4 2-6-4Ts, Crabs, 4Fs, Jinties, 8Fs, Ivatt Class 4 & 2 2-6-0s, Black 5s (including experimental types), Jubilees, Coronation Pacifics, Super Ds, BR Standard Britannias, Class 5 (including Caprotti examples) and 4 4-6-0s, Class 4 2-6-0s, Class 3 77000 2-6-0s and 82000 2-6-2Ts, Class 2 2-6-0s & 2-6-2Ts and 9F 2-10-0s.


An authentic sound track has been added along with an informative commentary to complement this further nostalgic look at the last years of London Midland steam.


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Vol.236 - Cambrian Steam Miscellany No.2

Vol.236 - Cambrian Steam Miscellany No.2

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***RELEASED 28th May 2021***


The second volume in our popular “Miscellany” series to cover the routes to the Cambrian Coast. Here it has been compiled almost entirely from cine film taken by the late Jim Clemens along with some additional previously unused material from the B & R archives.


We begin at Gobowen in the autumn of 1966 and see double-headed Class 2 2-6-0s on stone trains from Nantmawr Quarry. Steam still reigned supreme on the Paddington to Birkenhead services although the DMU shuttle to and from Oswestry via Park Hall Halt had just a few days of life left. There is excellent coverage of the Cambrian main line from Whitchurch via Ellesmere, Oswestry, and Llanymynech to Welshpool. Return journeys are also made over the Ellesmere to Wrexham and Llanyrnynech to Llanfyllin branches.


Next we follow the route of the “Cambrian Coast Express” from Shrewsbury to Welshpool, Abermule, Newtown, Moat Lane Junction, Carno and Talerddig. Here we spend time watching steam battling with Talerddig Bank before carrying on to Llanbrynmair, Machynlleth, Dovey Junction, Borth and Aberystwyth. Filmed from the Vale of Rheidol line in 1964, we even parallel a 'Manor' nearing Aberystwyth hauling a freight train. And at Aberystwyth “Manors” are seen in profusion!


Film along the coastal route includes the Dovey Estuary, Fairbourne, Morfa Mawddach, the famous Barmouth Viaduct, Barmouth itself, Llanaber Halt, Llanbedr & Pensarn, Llandanwg Halt, and Harlech. Then Tygwyn Halt (with class leader 82000), Llandecwyn Halt, Pont Briwet, Penrhyndeudraeth, Portmadoc, and Afon Wen. The old Caernarvonshire Railway route from Afon Wen is traversed in 1964, with film at most stations, including Dinas Junction and Caernarvon.


We also feature the alternative Great Western line from Ruabon to the coast with scenes at Trevor (where Pannier No.1660 is shunting), Llangollen, Berwyn Halt, Bonwm Halt, Corwen, Llandrillo, Llandderfel, Bala Junction, Llanuwchllyn, Drws-y-Nant, Dolgellau, Penmaenpool (including the engine shed), and Arthog. We see the shuttle from Bala Junction to Bala plus film from 1959 of the passenger service onwards to Blaenau Ffestiniog Central including the SLS “Last Train” in January 1961.


The cine-film was taken between 1959 and 1966. Motive power seen includes ex-GWR Manor, 43xx, 2251, 45xx & Pannier classes, ex-LMS Black 5s, 8Fs and Ivatt Class 2 2-6-0s classes as well as BR Standard Classes 5, 75xxx, 78xxx, 80xxx, 82xxx and 84xxx. Plus the odd DMU!


Most of the film is in colour and has been assembled in the order the film runs off the original cine reels. An authentic sound track has been added along with an informative commentary to compliment this nostalgic look at these last years of steam on the Cambrian.


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Vol.235 - Cambrian Steam Miscellany No.1

Vol.235 - Cambrian Steam Miscellany No.1

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The first volume in our popular “Miscellany” series to cover the Cambrian Coast routes and compiled from mostly previously unseen footage from the B & R archives.


Travelling along the coastal route we visit places such as Pwllheli, Penychain, Afon Wen, Criccieth, Portmadoc, Minffordd, Penrhyndeudraeth, and Harlech. Then back at Barmouth we see the up bay platform, opened by the GWR in 1923, and the Old Chapel Viaduct which was rebuilt in the early 1950s. All followed by glorious views of the world famous Barmouth Viaduct across the Mawddach Estuary.


Continuing south we pass Morfa Mawddach, Fairbourne, Friog Rocks, Llwyngwril and stop off at Towyn for a few minutes before heading up the Dovey Estuary.


We then spend some time at Aberystwyth, with 'Manors' everywhere, before heading back inland through Bow Street, after a token exchange, to Borth, Ynyslas, Glandyfi and Dovey Junction. This famous isolated junction has no road access and we make a number of visits including seeing the Pwllheli and Aberystwyth portions of the up 'Cambrian Coast Express' being combined together for the onward journey to Shrewsbury


Machynlleth is well covered and highlights include scenes at the shed showing the preparation of 82033 for duty, plus 'Dukedog' 9017 acting as pilot on both the up and down “Cambrian Coast Express” in 1960. There are overhead views here plus panoramas across the valley.

We continue inland via Cemmes Road with its token exchange before extended coverage of the final stages of the ascent of Talerddig Bank with passenger and freight trains battling their way up the grade. The final up “Cambrian Coast Express” is seen here in March 1967.


Other locations featured include Newtown, Welshpool, Buttington, Llanymynech, Llanfyllin, and Oswestry. Although not specifically Cambrian there is also film of Shrewsbury, Hookagate, Llangollen, Llandderfel, Bala Junction, Bala, Bontnewydd and Dolgellau (including on what is believed to be the last day of services).


The cine-film was taken between 1960s and 1967. Motive power seen includes ex-GWR Manor, 43xx, 2251, 45xx, Pannier & Dukedog classes as well as BR Standard Classes 75xxx, 78xxx, 80xxx and 82xxx. Even the odd DMU manages to put in an appearance!


Most of the film is in colour and has been assembled in the order the film runs off the original cine reels. An authentic sound track has been added along with an informative commentary to compliment this nostalgic look at these last years of steam on the Cambrian.


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The Ivo Peters Collection Vol. 9 - Narrow Gauge Steam in the Early 60s

The Ivo Peters Collection Vol. 9 - Narrow Gauge Steam in the Early 60s

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Narrow Gauge Steam in the Early 60ss.:- In this volume, all filmed on 16mm high quality cine-film, Ivo Peters visits North Wales and the Isle of Man. The Vale of Rheidol was the first to be filmed, with No.9 sporting BR green livery.His 1961 and 1963 visits to the Tallyllyn Railway are seen next, with trains on the main line and locomotives being shunted at the then very basic Pendre Yard. The Welshpool & Llanfair follows with both "The Earl" and the "Countess". A brief visit to Tan-y-Bwlch on the Ffestiniog then rounds off our first section.


New railways were rare in the early 1960s so Ivo was attracted to the Bicton Woodland Railway in East Devon where he filmed a 1916 built Avonside tank.


The major part of this volume recalls Ivo's first visit to the Isle of Man in 1961. Here he filmed both the Groudle Glenn Railway and the Victorian charm of the main Isle of Man Railways, then still running (as they had done throughout the preceding 86 years) from Douglas to Port Erin, Peel and Ramsey. There are comprehensive views of the locomotive depot and station at Douglas together with film on each of the lines including the spectacular "race" out of St.Johns! Plus some fabulous views and memories of the now closed line along the west coast.


This volume was first released in 1991. In 2021 it was totally remastered i.e. the pictorial material has now been prepared from the original 1" master tape, transferred to digital betacam, remastered and then released on DVD. Some minor picture and sound editing has taken place to enhance yet another very popular volume in our series.


More detailed contents are as follows :

  • The Vale of Rheidol Railway - In the early 1960s the Vale of Rheidol was enjoying a resurgence under British Railways, and we see green-liveried 2-6-2T No.9 on shedat Aberystwyth and watering in the woods at the Aberffrwd loop.

  • The Talyllyn Railway - The railway is shown both in 1961 and 1963, when it had already been in preservation for a ecade. Highlights include a visit to the museum at Towyn, crossing of trains at Brynglas, locomotives on shed at Pendre, a double-header and No.4 with a Giesl ejector.

  • The Welshpool and Llanfair Railway - Featured for the first time in this series, the former Cambrian Railways' narrow gauge line is seen in 1961 and 1962 with both "The Earl" and "The Countess" in action. The highlight is the very last run out of the town centre at Welshpool to Raven Square.

  • The Ffestiniog Railway - A double Fairlie at Tan-y-Bwlch.

  • The Bicton Woodland Railway - Moving away from Wales, Ivo Peters recorded an unusual event - a new railway in 1963! This line, in East Devon, boasted a 1916 Avonside 0-4-0 tank, originally built for the Royal Arsenal at Woolwich. The railway is set in beautiful woodland scenery.

  • The Groudle Glen Railway - This little railway introduces us to the Isle of Man.Uniquely for the island, it is of 2'0" gauge, and, in 1961, its locomotive "Polar Bear" was not in the best of condition.

  • The Isle of Man Railways - This feature forms the larger part of this volume in the year when Ivo "discovered" the principal steam railways of the Isle of Man. We start with views of locomotives on shed at Douglas, capital of the island and headquarters of the railway. Features which are now long' gone, especially the signalling and platform canopies, are seen to advantage, and locomotives include Nos. 5 "Mona", 11 "Maitland", 12 "Hutchinson" 13 "Kissack", 14 "Thornhill", 15 "Caledonia" and 16 "Manuin", all of which, with the exception of No. 15, were 2-4-0T, built by Beyer Peacock of Manchester. No.15 was unique - the only 0-6-0T on the island, built by Dubs of Glasgow.


    Trips up two of the Railway's principal routes follow, firstly on the Port Erin line as far as Castletown, including long double-headed and banked trains. A crossing takes place at Castletown itself.


    The second route featured is that to Ramsey, alas now but a memory, so these shots form an important archive. "Caledonia" is seen outside Douglas shed, and then a double-header leaves the station. Union Mills was already closed, but at St.Johns are branch connections from Peel and there we view the celebrated "race" (featured on this jacket) - twice. We follow the scenic line to the north, with trains along the coastline, over viaducts and level crossings, before we end the day back at Douglas, with locomotives shunting empty stock and going on shed.


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The Ivo Peters Collection Vol. 8 - Steam in 1962

The Ivo Peters Collection Vol. 8 - Steam in 1962

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Steam in 1962. - This is the third volume in lvo Peters' "series within a series" of annuals. It follows on from the original Volume 5 "Steam in 1960" (now totally remastered and reissued as "His Films Revisited No.3: Steam in 1960") and Volume 7 "Steam in 1961". As usual it was filmed on 16mm colour cine-film.


1962 was the last year before Dr Beeching changed the face of British Railways forever, but it was a year of contrasts. It was also a particularly poignant year for Ivo as it saw the last "Pines Express" run on his favourite railway, the Somerset & Dorset. Naturally, the last Pines features in this volume, as do other S&D rail tours, a tour of industrial railways in the Midlands, events on the Western and Southern main lines and branches including the last Churchward Dock saddle tank, "Lord Nelson" at Swindon, complex workings around Yeovil Town, M7s on the Exmouth branch, Beattie Well tanks at Salisbury and - uniquely - a shopping trip by steam roller with the Rev.Teddy Boston!


Originally released in 1990, this volume has been totally remastered i.e. the pictorial material has now been prepared from the original 1" tape, transferred to digital betacam and then remastered. Some minor picture and sound editing has taken place to enhance this very popular volume in our series.


More detailed contents are as follows :

  • Nechells Electricity Generating Station - here we see a Robert Stephenson & Hawthorn's 0-6-0 tank and a small Peckett, at work in the heart of Birmingham.

  • Windsor Street Gasworks - also right in the heart of Birmingham, this gasworks boasted a complex industrial system.

  • Littleton Colliery - a variety of small tanks worked this large colliery, and we see them at the colliery itself, as well as working the branch from BR at Penkridge.

  • Coppice Colliery - situated in the Cannock Chase area of the N.C.B., this system boasted some very old locomotives.

  • Walsall Wood Colliery - a brief visit to see "Lord Kitchener" going on shed.

  • Cannock Wood Colliery - a system which included semaphore signalling as well as a passenger train for the workmen!

  • Grove Colliery - old wooden wagons feature here, as does Ivo's Bentley.

  • Stewarts & Lloyds, Bilston - this is a steel works in the northwest of Birmingham with First World War vintage locomotives.

  • Bass Worthington - the annual visit. The Bath Railway Society visited the Burton-on­Trent system as in previous years to see progress.

  • The Shopping Trip - a little light relief; Teddy Boston used to take his housekeeper shopping on his Aveling & Porter steamroller! Ivo's film is a unique record of an extraordinary man.

  • Churchward Dock Tank - Great Western 0-6-0 ST No 1365 is seen watering at St Phillips Marsh shed at Bristol.

  • Bath and District - a rebuilt West Country on the Great Western main line and S&D 7F No 53808 on the S&D at Cole and at Masbury Summit. Also Great Western Hall No 4992 "Crosby Hall"at Bath Green Park.

  • Swindon Works - visits to the Great Western's works by No 30850 "Lord Nelson" and B1 Class No 61039 "Steinbok", as well as various Western locos on view, including No 6000 "King George V"

  • Coaley Junction - a contrast to 1961 with Ivatt Mogul No 46526 on the branch train.

  • Yeovil Town - Ivo's record of this Somerset town centre station, featuring the locomotive shed and M7 No 30129 as well as a Great Western pannier. Numerous views of both ends of the station layout.

  • East Devon - a rail tour with two M7s., No 30024 and No 30025, filmed at Sidmouth Junction, near Budleigh Salterton and at Lympstone.

  • Well Tank at Salisbury - on its way to Eastleigh for withdrawal, Beattie well tank No 30587 visited Salisbury shed and stood side by side with a 9F for Ivo's camera.

  • The Last Pines - No 92220 "Evening Star" (the last steam engine built by BR in 1960) with the last Pines Express on the Somerset & Dorset Railway, near Binegar and Cole Station.


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Vol.234 - Southern Steam Miscellany No.5

Vol.234 - Southern Steam Miscellany No.5

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***RELEASED 22nd. October***


The Jim Oatway Collection

Compiled entirely from much previously unseen footage taken by the late Jim Oatway, mostly across the ex-LSWR lines of the Southern Region. Jim was a signalman working at various boxes on the LSWR line out of Waterloo. He was able to combine work with taking top quality cine film at privileged locations that were inaccessible to most. Southern steam fans are in for a real treat!


We begin with panoramic views at London Waterloo and an abundance of steam including Empty Coaching Stock (ECS) workings, Bulleid Pacific hauled expresses bound for the Salisbury and Southampton lines, the 'Bournemouth Belle' Pullman, semi-fasts and boat trains. We even see a Stanier Black 5 on a normal service train in 1965. Specials are also included such as the “South Western Rambler”, the 'Wessex Downsman” and the “A2 Commemorative”.


Moving on to West London Junction box in 1962 and the ECS here is hauled by M7, H16 and even an ex-GWR pannier. Highlights are the “Schools” class 4-4-0s and “Lord Nelson” class 4-6-0s still at work plus preserved T9 No.120 in normal service. Jim was also able to film LNWR “Cornwall” passing the box on its way to Clapham Museum. We then spend some time around Clapham Junction in 1962 and include the carriage washing plant, milk trains and an H class tank on the service train to Kensington.


The famed “South Western Suburban” rail tour is shown in some detail, before we move to Walton-on-Thames and Horsham. Here Jim’s film contains such treats as a profusion of “King Arthurs”, summer Saturday workings, H16 hauled ECS and ex-LNER A4 60022 “Mallard” on a van train!


At Byfleet & West Haw there is a considerable variety of freight workings with classes such as S15s, Standard class 4 4-6-0s, and “King Arthurs” leaving and joining the LSWR main line on their way to and from Feltham Yards. Visits are also made to Feltham shed in 1961 and 1962 when it was still possible to see the giant ex-LSWR G16 4-8-0 tanks and the H16s. We even find a “Schools” class at the depot. In addition, Jim visited the Hayling Island branch with its diminutive Stroudley Terriers that were able to work over the weight-restricted Langstone viaduct. Finally, we conclude with a visit to the Isle-of-Wight for O2s hard at work in the summer sunshine.


Filmed between 1961 and 1967 a huge amount of different motive power is featured including the following classes: ex-SR “Merchant Navy”, “West Country” and “Battle of Britain” pacifics, Q1s, Us, U1s, Ns, Hs, S15s, M7s, A1Xs, G6s, 700s, E6s, N15s, O2s, “Lord Nelsons”, “Schools”, H16s, G16s, T9s and Beattie 0298s, ex-WR panniers, ex-LMS Stanier Black 5s, Ivatt 2-6-2Ts and 8Fs, ex-LNER A2 and A4 and finally BR Standard 73xxx Class 5s, 75xxx Class 4 4-6-0s, 77xxx Class 3 2-6-0s, 78xxx Class 2 2-6-0s and 82xxx Class 3 2-6-2Ts.


Filmed entirely in colour. An authentic sound track has been added along with an informative commentary to complement this nostalgic look at the last years of Southern steam.


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The Ivo Peters Collection Vol. 7 - Steam in 1961

The Ivo Peters Collection Vol. 7 - Steam in 1961

17.50

Steam in 1961. - This is the second volume in lvo Peters' "series within a series" of annuals. It follows on from the original Volume 5 "Steam in 1960" (now totally remastered and reissued as "His Films Revisited No.3: Steam in 1960") and, was as always, filmed on 16mm colour cine-film.


This time he covers the various events, important rail tours and locations in the southern part of Britain during 1961 going as far north as north west Wales and Staveley near Chesterfield. Both main line and industrial railways are covered from the every day to special events and it is a comprehensive round-up of many aspects of steam working in 1961, including Bullieds at Honiton Tunnel, Menai Bridge, a cab ride in the Blue Pullman, the last day of the MSWJR, MR1000 from Gloucester, the Solent Limited, Wickwar Tunnel, the Weymouth Harbour line, Brinscombe, Exeter Gas Works, a visit to Bass, Bowaters at Sittingbourne & the North Thames Gas Board at Becton.


Originally released in 1989, this volume has been totally remastered i.e. the pictorial material has now been prepared from the original 1" tape, transferred to digital betacam and then remastered. Some minor picture and sound editing has taken place to enhance this very popular volume in our series.


More detailed contents are as follows :

  • Sapperton and the Golden Valley - Brimscombe Station with the banker (4142) on

    shed, engineering work at the station, the Chalford Auto, "Castles" on Sapperton,

    doubleheaders etc, all in beautiful autumn scenery.

  • Coaley Junction - a GW small pannier at this former Midland Railway branch junction.

  • Gloucester Rail Tour - the Midland Compound's 1961 rail tour, north from Gloucester,

    seen on the main line and the "diversion route" via Evesham and Redditch.

  • Bass Worthington - a return match to this fascinating brewery complex, this time

    showing the blue Worthington engines as well as the red Bass ones.

  • Wickwar Tunnel - back on the Midland Main Line, we see an SF, Hall, 4F and 9F on everyday workings.

  • Staveley Chemicals - industrial shunters mix with Johnson 1F 0-6-0Ts at this Midlands area complex, together with a Deeley 0-4-0T.

  • North Wales - the Britannia Bridge as it was with an lvatt tank on a freight and a Black 5 and the Cambrian coast at Aberdovey.

  • Southern England - the "Solent Ltd" with an E1, 02 and T9 at Wickham, Gosport, and Fareham. USA tank at Southampton Docks and panniers on Weymouth Quay. Upton

    Scudamore Bank with a Castle, and Royal Observer Corps at Bournemouth West.

  • Honiton and Exeter - Honiton Tunnel (west end) with 34079,35014, and 34049;

  • Exeter Gasworks - a visit to see twin Pecketts.

  • Avonmouth Docks - more industrial steam on the docksides with Peckitt and Avonside

    tanks.

  • The Bristol Pullman - a further "return match" this time in the cab! A very lively

    journey with many steam engines to be seen, from Bath to Paddington.

  • Bowaters Sittingbourne - a pre-preservation visit to see how the paper manufacturers used their unique narrow gauge system, with dockside views and a great variety of engines.

  • Becton Gasworks - the East London Gasworks boasted two separate studs of locomotives - these were paraded for lvo's camera.

  • The last day of the MSW JR - the Midland and South Western Junction Railway linked Andoversford to Andover until September 10th 1961. On that last day lvo filmed S.L.S. and R.C.T.S. specials with Cookham Manor and a Mogul respectively. Scenes which are gone for ever are relived at Andoversford, Foss Cross, Marlborough, Grafton Junction, and South Cerney amongst others.


About IVO PETERS

Ivo Peters, who lived in Bath, always loved trains. He took his first photograph of a train in 1925 - appropriately on the Somerset & Dorset Railway, his "first love" right up to the line's sad end in March 1966.


lvo's collection of railway photographs grew steadily until, in 1959, an exciting thing happened. He was shown an excellent 16mm film of aircraft which so impressed him that, the very next day, he bought his first 16mm camera, together with a special tripod (a piece of equipment he always believed to be absolutely essential for steady cine shots) - and Ivo's railway filming had begun in earnest.


In the next 10 years he filmed railway scenes very extensively, covering as far as possible every type and size of steam locomotive. The Somerset & Dorset Railway, of course, figured prominently but he filmed many scenes throughout the British Isles - and not just on British Railways. Ivo had a great interest in industrial railways, particularly those which ran through the countryside such as ironstone and other quarry systems, and his collection of shots of the many different types of industrial steam locomotives is vast. The narrow gauge was also one of his great loves and he shot thousands of feet on all the small lines he could find. In particular, he recorded in detail the whole of the Isle of Man Railway - and also the diminutive Groudle Glen line near Douglas.


When Ivo finally stopped filming in 1974, his collection of 16mm film of steam locomotives was wide and varied and amounted to over 25,000 feet and all in colour, for he never took a single foot in black and white.


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The Ivo Peters Collection Vol. 6 - Ironstone Lines

The Ivo Peters Collection Vol. 6 - Ironstone Lines

17.50

Ironstone Lines of the East Midlands - Ivo Peters' love of railways was widespread. Not only did he cover the famous main lines and well-know minor railways in his 16mm colour cine film collection, but he also delved into the realms of industrial steam where fascinating small and no-so-small engines performed the vital tasks of British industry.


Probably one of the least known areas was that of the Ironstone districts (such as Northamptonshire) where some of the most delightful and attractive industrial railways of the whole country ran along the edges of fields, through small woods and the heart of the countryside to the connecting lines with British Railways.


This is the first visit to the Iron Lines in the Ivo Peters Collection covering an area from Oxfordshire in the west to Lincolnshire in the east. They had a charm of their own, known only a to a few. Here we see a great variety from the narrow gauge at Kettering to the standard gauge at Wroxton (sometimes known simply as "O.I") which also boasted double track, signals and signal boxes.


Lines covered from 1961 to 1969 are:

LinesOwnersLocation
StorefieldDurham Steel & Iron CoKettering
CharweltonPark Gate Iron & Steel CoCharwelton
ByfieldByfield
WroxtonOxfordshire Ironstone Co. ("O.I")Banbury
PitsfordStaveley Coal & Iron Co. LtdNorthampton
Lamport & ScaldwellStaveley Minerals LtdNorthampton
WellingboroughStewart & Lloyds Minerals LtdWellingborough
KetteringKettering Coal& Iron Co. LtdKettering
CranfordCranford Ironstone Co. LtdKettering


Originally released in 1988, this volume has been totally remastered i.e. the pictorial material has now been prepared from the original 1" tape, transferred to digital betacam and then remastered. Some minor picture and sound editing has taken place to enhance this very popular volume in our series.


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Vol.232 - A Miscellany of East Midlands Ironstone Railways

Vol.232 - A Miscellany of East Midlands Ironstone Railways

19.75

The Jim Clemens Collection No.39

Jim Clemens had a passion for steam that did not end just with BR. He also took a keen interest in the industrial railways of Britain. This volume in our miscellany series is a compilation of the entire ironstone film archive he created, and has been assembled in the order the film runs off his original cine reels.


The most extensive ironstone system in the country was at Corby, This comprised about 40 route miles of track and covered an area of around 10 miles between the most northerly and southerly points. It boasted a fine newly-built (1954) engine shed with eight roads and rollup shutters. A number of visits were made here in the mid-1960s, plus trips commemorating the end of steam at the quarries (1969) and the steel works (1973). Included are the World's largest quarrying machine (1,675 tons of it!), the Corby complex's 'Indus' 0-8-0 diesel plus ex-BR Class 14 No.D9547.


The narrow-gauge Kettering Furnaces system is visited during June 1961. This also included a rare Lingford Gardiner-built standard-gauge locomotive. Another narrow-gauge ironstone line is seen at Scaldwell where this railway's eponymous locomotive is at work during May 1962.


The last operating narrow-gauge ironstone system was at Finedon Quarries, near Wellingborough and visits were made here in 1961 and 1966. The whole process is seen: empties on their way to Finedon Quarry, loaded wagons on their return, the very narrow tunnel under the Midland Main Line, plus the rather daunting transfer method used from narrow to standard-gauge.


The newest ironstone system in the Midlands was at Exton Park, and in 1963 we can admire their fleet of clean and modern 0-6-0s dating from the 1950s. Visits are made to the Irchester complex near Wellingborough, plus also Storefield. Blisworth. Pitsford, Loddington. Hanging Houghton, Desborough, Pilton, Charwelton, Cranford, Oxfordshire Ironstone Quarries (near Banbury and including a 'Sentinel ") and Byfield. We conclude with a visit to Nassington, near Peterborough.


This ironstone railways enthusiast’s delight was filmed mostly in colour on both 8mm and 16mm cine-film. A commentary plus sound track complement our look at the ironstone railways of the East Midlands between 1960 and 1973.


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Vol.233 - A Miscellany of Electric & Diesel Power No.6

Vol.233 - A Miscellany of Electric & Diesel Power No.6

19.75

A further instalment of our popular miscellany series of classic “modern” traction featuring many of the diesel & electric classes that operated across the whole of the BR network during the 1960s, 1970s and 1980s. And in some cases even earlier! The majority of this collection has not been previously seen. As before we have simply compiled the clips and films in no particular order and thus a few surprises will be in store as you progress through the film.


Once again, a myriad of locations are covered; from Inverness & Edinburgh to Paignton and West Country. In between there is a look at a Cheltenham Race Day plus action around Honeybourne Junction, nearby Gloucester and the Lickey incline.


The 1985 Crewe re-modelling work is seen as well as the old Potts line oil terminal in Shrewsbury. Then south to Weymouth for a Channel Island Boat Train hauled by a Class 33 Crompton as well as a rare shunter in operation along the Quayside.


The ever popular Woodhead route gets an airing with EM1s, often-double heading. There are a few scenes on the Settle & Carlisle line and some very early film featuring the launch of LMS 10000, the Britain’s first main line diesel. Something different is a section on the Sharpness Docks with Hymek action.


The deliightful Bourne End branch is covered along with WCML, ECML and Great Eastern lines and a couple of accident! A brief interlude features the London Underground Northern Line with 1938 stock in action. Also in the capital, we look into King's Cross and Paddington.


In addition to the above locomotive types, there is hydraulic action with Warships, Westerns and Hymeks. English Electric locomotives include 37s & 40s, the latter working out of the Bayston Hill Stone Quarry, as well as at Crewe and other locations. Plus a glimpse of a BTH Type 1 and a Co-Bo. Most Brush types are seen in various liveries. Several Peaks feature along with the fantastic Deltics operating on service trains and Charter work. EMUs & DMUs are seen working on various regions, including the Blue Pullman and Brighton Belle.


The above offers you a brief scenario of what is in store in this film - there is plenty more. An authentic soundtrack and an informative commentary accompanies all the scenes, so we hope you will enjoy this tour around the UK.


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Cab Ride CLS16: Dagenham Docks to Didcot Parkway

Cab Ride CLS16: Dagenham Docks to Didcot Parkway

25.99

A cab-ride journey aboard a Class 56 loco of Colas Rail from Dagenham Dock Reception Sidings to Didcot Parkway passing through :

Ripple Lane Exchange Sidings, Ripple Lane Renwick Road, Barking, Barking Station Jct, Woodgrange Park, Wanstead Park, Leytonstone High Road, Leyton Midland Road, Walthamstow Queens Road, Black Horse Road, South Tottenham, Harringay Green Lanes, Harringay Park Jct, Crouch Hill, Upper Holloway, Junction Road Jct, Gospel Oak, Hampstead Heath, Finchley Road & Frognal, West Hampstead, Brondesbury, Brondesbury Park, Kensal Rise, Kensal Green Jct, Willesden Junction, Acton Wells Jct, Acton Main Line, Acton West Jct, Southall, Heathrow Airport Jct, Slough,Maidenhead, Twyford, Kennet Bridge Jct, Reading, Reading West Jct, Tilehurst, Pangbourne,Goring & Streatley & Cholsey before terminating at Didcot Parkway.

(some slight picture interference during acceleration) (slight focus lost at Pangbourne because of low sun)


(some slight picture interference during acceleration) (slight focus lost at Pangbourne because of low sun)



Disk 1: Dagenham Docks to Acton Main Line


Disk 2: Acton Main Line to Didcot Parkway



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Cab Ride ATW23: Milford Haven & Carmarthen to Llanelli and Swansea

Cab Ride ATW23: Milford Haven & Carmarthen to Llanelli and Swansea

21.95

A cab-ride journey from Milford Haven to Swansea aboard Class 175 (two car unit) of Arriva Trains Wales passing through or calling at Johnston, Haverfordwest, Clarbeston Road, Clunderwen, Whitland, Carmarthen.

Then changing ends and continuing to Pembrey & Burry Port, Llanelli & Gowerton before terminating at Swansea.
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Railways of Wales Vol. 1: Mid Wales

Railways of Wales Vol. 1: Mid Wales

16.96

Mid Wales offered a contrasting mix of railways, from the major links from Shrewsbury to the coast at Aberystwyth and the Central Wales Line, to the long secondary lines from Moat Lane to Hereford, Brecon and Neath. In this programme we explore these lines mostly in the 1950s, 1960s and 1980s.


Through Mid Wales. Shrewsbury and the line through Welshpool, Moat Lane, Newtown over Talerddig to Machynlleth with many of the intermediate stations and a range of steam power including ‘Manors’ and Standard Class 4s on passenger and freight. Steam is featured on the ascent to the summit at Talerddig both from the West & East. in addition the diesel era is shown with Class 37s on services to the Cambrian Coast.


The route through Oswestry. Oswestry and services to Ellesmere and Welshpool and the branch to Llanfyllin


To South Wales. The line from Moat Lane through Llanidloes and Builth Road to Three Cocks Junction.


The Central Wales line over Knucklas Viaduct, through Builth Wells to Llandeilo.


West from Hereford. The route West to Three Cocks Junction and the lines around Brecon and the branches to Neath and Merthyr


To the Coast at Aberystwyth. Machynlleth and the Cambrian line to Dovey Junction and Aberystwyth with a wide range of traffic including the Cambrian Coast Express. Aberystwyth’s steam shed and the narrow gauge line is also featured in the 1950s, 1960s & 1980s with a wide range of traction.
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Railways of Wales Vol. 2 :The Cambrian Coast and the Dee Valley

Railways of Wales Vol. 2 :The Cambrian Coast and the Dee Valley

16.96







The Cambrian Coast and the route from Barmouth to Ruabon:- Barmouth through Ruabon provided a combination of dramatic coastal scenery, steep gradients and a wide variety of motive power. This volume explores these lines using archive film from the 1950s, 1960s and 1980s.


  • Along the Cambrian Coast. Dovey Junction to Barmouth. Steam power is shown at a variety of locations on freight and passenger workings. Also featured is the Cambrian Coast Express in the 1980s behind steam and diesel power.

  • Across Mid Wales & The Dee Valley. The route from Ruabon to Morfa Mawddach. A look at passenger and freight along the line through Llangollen, Bala and over the summit to Dolgellau in steam days. Includes scenes from the 1950s right up until closure in 1965. Also features a journey from Barmouth to Llangollen.

  • Barmouth to Pwllheli. Steam power on the line following the Cambrian Coast through Harlech, Portmadog and the junction at Afon Wen. BR Standards work alongside Manors and Dukedogs.

  • After the End of Steam. The Cambrian Coast route in the 1970s with the last freight traffic and DMU operation.

  • North to Bangor. The line from Afon Wen to Caernafon and Bangor, with DMUs and steam power prior to closure.

  • Bonus Item: A Journey from Shrewsbury to the Cambrian Coast in the late 1970s.


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Railways of Wales Vol. 4: South Wales

Railways of Wales Vol. 4: South Wales

19.99







South Wales – The Railways from the Severn Estuary through the Welsh Valleys

to the South West

South Wales encompassed an amazing variety of railways and landscapes. The main line through Cardiff hosted services to London. The Valleys with their spectacular railways served an area dominated by ‘King Coal’. Swansea had a mix of lines and motive power. The South West coast was served by sleepy seaside branches.

The Gateway to Wales
The Severn Tunnel and the route along the Estuary converging on Severn Tunnel Junction in steam days. Freight and passenger traffic is featured on a range of duties.

The Motive Power A recap on the motive power scene & the contrasting locomotive types serving the routes through North, Mid & South Wales.

The Main Line through Cardiff Steam workings through Newport & Cardiff and the steam sheds with a wide range of power including 9fs, 56XX tanks and Halls.

The Welsh Valleys The railways and services serving the Valley lines. Crumlin viaduct and the cross valley lines are included along with coal traffic and special trains. Prairies and Panniers feature on passenger and freight.

Steam Survivors Mountain Ash and the 1970s traction scene.

By LNWR to South Wales The route through Pontardulais to Swansea Victoria plus the lines in the Swansea area including the docks.

To the South West The railways of Carmarthen, freight to Newcastle Emlyn, the Cardigan Branch plus the branches to Cardigan, Pembroke, Milford Haven and Fishguard.
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Cab Ride CLS24: Doncaster to Millerhill Yard (Edinburgh) Part 2 - Newcastle to Edinburgh

Cab Ride CLS24: Doncaster to Millerhill Yard (Edinburgh) Part 2 - Newcastle to Edinburgh

25.99

The second part of our cab-ride journey aboard a Class 70 loco of Colas Rail from Doncaster to Millerhill Yard (Edinburgh) - travelling from Newcastle and passing through Newcastle East Jct, Manors, Heaton South Jct, Heaton North Jct, Cramlington, Morpeth, Morpeth Jct, Morpeth North Jct, Pegswood, Widdrington, Acklington, Alnmouth, Chathill, Craig Mill Loops, Royal Border River Crossing (River Tweed), Berwick-Upon-Tweed, Grantshouse Loops, Dunbar, Drem Passenger Loops, Drem. Longniddry, Prestonpans, Wallyford, Monktonhall Jct, Millerhill East Jct & Millerhill West Jct before terminating at Millerhill Yard (Edinburgh)


( Some occasional slight picture interference from windscreen heating element )


Disk 1: Newcastle to Grantshouse Loop (400’)

Disk 2: Grantshouse Loop to Millerhill Yard (Edinburgh)


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Steam World Archive Vol.37: The Derek Philips Collection - Central & Southern England

Steam World Archive Vol.37: The Derek Philips Collection - Central & Southern England

30.00

In this volume we include:

Freight traffic in the Peak District around Chinley & Peak Forest. The Cromford and High Peak Railway. A Visit to Doncaster Station and Staveley works. Williamthorpe Colliery with Jinty tanks. Bass Brewery railway system. Seaton to Stamford push pull services. Bewdley to Tenbury Wells branch ride. Studley and Astwood Bank to Upton on Severn ride. The Great Western line from Birmingham Snow Hill to Oxford. A branch ride from Oxford to Fairford. London terminal stations at Marylebone and Waterloo. Southern steam at Salisbury and on the Bournemouth mainline. The Somerset & Dorset Line.


Notable Locations include Chinley, Chapel-en-le-Frith, Millers Dale Jcn, Peak Forest, Buxton Shed, Millers Dale, Grindleford, Edale, Wirksworth, Doncaster, Staveley Works, Williamthorpe Colliery, Nottingham Victoria, Seaton, Luffenham, Ketton and Collyweston, Stamford, Bewdley, Tenbury Wells, Bescot, Birmingham Snow Hill, Hatton, Leamington Spa, Heyford, Oxford, Fairford, London Marylebone, London Waterloo, Salisbury, Eastleigh, Southampton, Bournemouth, Lymington, New Milton, Bournemouth West, Poole, Dorchester, Weymouth, Templecombe, Wincanton, Evercreech Jc, Glastonbury and Street, Highbridge, Bridgwater, Masbury, Binegar, Chilcompton, Midsomer Norton and Radstock North.
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