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2023 April New Releases

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The Ivo Peters Collection Vol.12: National Coal Board Locomotives

The Ivo Peters Collection Vol.12: National Coal Board Locomotives


Ref: IP012D


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THE LATEST IVO PETERS DVD THAT HAS ARRIVED AT WOLVERTON RAIL. IS ... :-)



>>>>>IN STOCK 26th April 2023<<<<<


National Coal Board Locomotives 1963 to 1964 During 1963 and 1964, Ivo Peters visited 21 collieries in Ayrshire followed by Walkden near Manchester. We then move to the East Midlands around Nottingham, followed by the Cannock Chase area and finally to Warwickshire.


On the inside of the cover is a full list of the collieries visited plus the locomotives, their notation, makers, date of manufacture and name or number in order of appearance.


Here is this list of collieries visited: Minnivey (Ayrshire), Walkenden (Manchester), Pye Hill (Notts), Linby (Notts), Bestwood (Notts), Gedling (Notts), Donnisthorpe (Leics), Measham (Leics), South Leicester, Bagworth (Leics), Desford (Leics), Littleton (Staffs), Cannock Wood (Staffs), Coppice (Staffs), North Warwick, Birch Coppice (Warks), Baddesley (Warks), Arley (Warks), Haunchwood (Warks), Newdigate (Warks), Coventry (Warks including ex-GWR Hawksworth pannier tanks)


CollieryYearNotationMakerDateName/NumberNotes
1Minnivey, Ayrshire19630-6-0Andrew Barclay, Kilmarnock1923No.22
2 0-4-0Grant Richie1910No.23



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Cover photo: Normal Lockett 2021 David Lockett. Rear Cover: 2021 Julian Peters
Filmed by/when: Ivo Peters
Narrated by: Martin Muncaster
First published on DVD: April 2023
Screen aspect ratio: 4:3 SD
Classification: Exempt
Number of discs: 1 DVD-R
Media Format: DVD-R
Origination: 16mm film studio quality

Running Time: 54-mins (0hr 54min)

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1. The Ivo Peters' Collection Vol.10: Private Railways 1961 - 1963 (Ref: IP010D)
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4. The Ivo Peter's Collection Vol.11: Steam in 1963 (Ref: IP011D)
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Cab Ride GBRF166: Newhaven Marine and Lewes to Gatwick and Acton Main Line and Colnbrook

Cab Ride GBRF166: Newhaven Marine and Lewes to Gatwick and Acton Main Line and Colnbrook


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A cab-ride from Newhaven Marine Port to Colnbrook (West London) aboard a Class 66 loco of GBRf passing through Newhaven Marine, Newhaven Harbour Jcn, Newhaven Harbour, Newhaven Town, Southease, Southerham Jcn, Lewes Jcn and Lewes.


We then travel on through Lewes Tunnel, Cooksbridge and Plumpton to Keymer Jcn where we join the main line from Brighton.


We carry on along the main line to Wivelsfield, Haywards Heath Tunnel, Haywards Heath, Balcombe, Balcombe Tunnel, Balcombe Tunnel Jcn, Three Bridges, Gatwick Airport, Horley, Earlswood, Tonbridge Line Jcn, Redhill, Merstham, Merstham Tunne ,Coulsdon South, Stoats Nest Jcn, Purley, Purley Oaks, South Croydon, East Croydon, Windmill Bridge Jcn, Cottage Jcn, Norwood Junction, Norwood North Jcn (Up) and we leave the main line at at Bromley Junction.


We now go forward to Crystal Palace, Crystal Palace Tunnel Jcn, Crystal Palace Tunnel, Gipsey Hill, West Norwood, West Norwood Jcn, Tulse Hill South Jcn, Tulse Hill, Herne Hill, Brixton, Brixton Jcn, Shepherd’s Lane Jcn, Clapham High Street, Wandsworth Road, Factory Junctions, Longhedge Junctions, Latchmere Junctions, Imperial Wharf, West Brompton, Kensington Olympia, Shepherd’s Bush, North Pole Jcn, Mitre Bridge Jcn, Willesden SW Goods Sidings, Acton Wells Jcn, Acton Main Line, Acton West Jcn, Ealing Broadway, West Ealing, Hanwell & Elthorne, Hanwell Bridge Jcn, Southall, Hayes & Harlington, Down Airport Relief Jcn, West Drayton East Jcn and Colnbrook Single before terminating at Colnbrook Rail Terminal.


(There is some picture vibration during acceleration)


Disk 1: Peterborough to Haughley Junction.

Disk 2: Haughley Junction to the former Felixstowe Beach Sattion.



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Cover photo: GBRF Class 66 No.66 771
Filmed by/when: Paul Diggens
First published on DVD: April 2023
Screen aspect ratio: 16:9 wide screen, standard definition.
Classification: Exempt
Number of discs: 2x DVD-R
Media Format: DVD-R
Origination: DV HD

Running Time: 212-mins (3hr 32min) , Colour
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4. Cab Ride GBRF167: Colnbrook Rail Terminal (West London) to Grain Crossing on the Isle of Grain in Kent (Ref: TFGBRF167D)
5. Cab Ride GBRF165: Peterborough to Soham and the former Felixstowe Beach Station (Ref: TFGBRF165D)
6. Cab Ride GBRF160: Carlisle (Kingmoor Yard) to Settle, Hellifield and Horrocksford Junction, Clitheroe (Ref: TFGBRF160D)
7. Cab Ride GBRF147: Avonmouth Docks to Clitheroe Part 2 - Crewe to Clitheroe (Ref: TFGBRF147D)


Cab Ride GRA29: Cambridge North to Bishops Stortford and London Liverpool Street aboard a Class 720

Cab Ride GRA29: Cambridge North to Bishops Stortford and London Liverpool Street aboard a Class 720


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A cab-ride journey from Cambridge North to London(Liverpool Street) aboard Class 720 (5 & 10 car units) of GreaterAnglia calling at Cambridge, Shelford, Whittlesford Parkway, Great Chesterford, Audley End, Newport, Elsenham, Stansted Mountfitchet, Bishops Stortford, Sawbridgeworth, Harlow Mill, Harlow Town, Roydon, Broxbourne, Cheshunt & Tottenham Hale before terminating at London (Liverpool Street)..


(With modern tinted windscreen and cab side windows some scene lighting is diffused)

(There is some picture movement when running on jointed track rather than welded track)

Filmed at different times of the year.



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Cover photo: Paul Diggens
Filmed by/when: Paul Diggens
First published on DVD: April 2023
Screen aspect ratio: 16:9 SD
Classification: Exempt
Number of discs: 1 DVD-R
Media Format: DVD-R
Origination: SD DV

Running Time: 83-mins (1hr 23min) , Colour
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Railways of Hertfordshire Vol. 4: Two contrasting Hertfordshire Branches

Railways of Hertfordshire Vol. 4: Two contrasting Hertfordshire Branches


Ref: TV0088D


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The fourth volume in our series concentrating on archive footage of the branch line railways in this area. Here we feature two contrasting branches in Hertfordshire.


The Buntingford Branch A journey along the line from the junction at St Margarets and through the intermediate stations at Mardock, Hadham, Standon, Braughing and Westmill. Includes a journey along the line in a DMU, the history of the railway and the remains of the branch in recent years.


The Nickey Line. The branch from Harpenden to Hemel Hempstead starting with a history of the line. The rundown of passenger services is followed by a look at freight services until complete closure in 1979. Includes the Railway Correspondence and Travel Societies special of 1958, the South Bedfordshire Locomotive Clubs Special of 1960 and the LCGB specials of the 1970s. The Hemelite trains with views from the cab and lineside and featuring Drewry shunter D2203 and Clayton diesel D8568. The line is then explored prior to tracklifting. Finally we take a look at the remains of the line in recent months.



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First published on DVD: 2023
Screen aspect ratio: 4:3 & 16:9 SD
Classification: Exempt
Number of discs: 1 DVD-R
Media Format: DVD-R

Running Time: 100-mins (1hr 40min) , Colour and Black & White
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Steaming To Hampshire and Dorset

Steaming To Hampshire and Dorset


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A nostalgic journey by train from London’s Waterloo station down to the counties of Hampshire and Dorset.


We begin our journey at the London & South Western Railway’s terminus station at Waterloo which was completely rebuilt following the First World War and opened in 1922 by HM Queen Mary. Its many platforms and bustling atmosphere is seen in the mid 1960s at a time when steam haulage to the south coast was nearing an end.


Soon after our departure, we get glimpses of the depot at Nine Elms and scenes from the trackside of Bulleid pacifics at work and at speed through Clapham and on to the county of Hampshire.


We stop at Winchester and Eastleigh where we view the main line trains and some local services added to a visit around the motive power depot and view older Southern classes at the end of their service periods and visitors from the LNER in the form of "Flying Scotsman", "The Great Marquess" and "Blue Peter".


After Northam and Southampton Terminus is seen, we stop at Southampton Central for an indepth survey of steam services in 1966 and 1967.


We progress through the New Forest to Brockenhurst and a stopover to take a journey down to Lymington with various engines including Standard tanks and Ivatt 2-6-2Ts.


Our onward journey takes us to Bournemouth and the magnificent station buildings and locomotive depot where we see many engines on shed.


Finally, we spend time at Wareham and a trip through Purbeck down to Swanage before we reach the end of the South Western Main Line at Weymouth and its depot full of locomotives either in service or waiting to depart for scrapyards in South Wales.



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First published on DVD: 2016
Screen aspect ratio: 4:3 SD
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Number of discs: 1 DVD-R
Media Format: DVD-R

Running Time: 80-mins (1hr 20min) , Colour
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Cab Rides Around the British Isles: Hoo Junction to Wembley Yard

Cab Rides Around the British Isles: Hoo Junction to Wembley Yard


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From the cab of EWS Class 66038 this journey was used for crew training along the fascinating route between Hoo Junction in Kent and Wembley Yard in West London.


A start is made by picking up a cement wagon from the siding before proceeding to the No. 1 reception line and picking up a further nine cargo wagons.


Our route takes us through Gravesend, Dartford, Crayford, Sidcup, Lee, Hither Green, Lewisham, Nunhead, Peckham Rye, Denmark Hill, Clapham High Street, Wandsworth Road, Factory Junction, Longhedge Junction, Latchmere junctions 3,1 and 2 after which we cross the River Thames at Battersea Bridge.


Then on through Kensington Olympia, North Pole Junction, Mitre Bridge Junction, West London Junction and into the extensive Wembley Yard where the wagons are dropped off after passing through much of the yard.


This was made in conjunction with EWS and operated over many freight-only routes.



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Screen aspect ratio: 4:3 SD
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Number of discs: 1 DVD-R
Media Format: DVD-R

Running Time: 120-mins (2hr 0min) approx , Colour
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Cab Rides Around the British Isles: Leicester Depot to Corby GEFCO Car Terminal

Cab Rides Around the British Isles: Leicester Depot to Corby GEFCO Car Terminal


Ref: KF306D


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Filmed from the cab of Class 47 "The Queen Mother" . The journey takes us over the interesting route from Leicester to the Corby Car Terminal (GEFCO) and through the freight lines around Corby’s industrial complex.


After departure from the depot at Leicester we travel via Syston South and East Junctions and via Melton Junction (the Derby Test Track is seen) and through to Melton Mowbray. (You will hear an engine note change here due to the exhaust gasket blowing).


We then run through to Oakham and then wrong line to Manton Tunnel and to Manton Junction where we progress on the (then) freight-only Up Corby line to Wing Tunnel, Glaston and Seaton tunnels and over Harringworth viaduct.


We then run through Corby Tunnel (at over 1 mile in length) and arrive at Corby Automotive Terminal.


This was made in conjunction with EWS in the early 2000s and operated over many freight-only routes.



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Screen aspect ratio: 4:3 SD
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Number of discs: 1 DVD-R
Media Format: DVD-R

Running Time: 97-mins (1hr 037min) approx , Colour
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