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2023 October New Releases

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The Ivo Peters' Collection Vol.13: Steam in 1964

The Ivo Peters' Collection Vol.13: Steam in 1964


Ref: IP013D


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This is the fifth annual volume of general steam in The Ivo Peters'Collection this time in 1964 and featuring branch amd main line steam on Brtish Railways and the industrial steam railways.


In the first part, we visit the Tetbury and Cirencester branches, the North Somerset line and other branch lines to the south and east of Bath. Plus Bulleid Light Pacifics at Honiton Tunnel on the South-Western Main Line, a Grange on a summer Satuday train, Stanier Coronation Class Pacific No.46251 "City of Nottingham" on a special (in superb external condition but only months from it's demise) and a return to the Hemyock branch in Devon.


Industrial steam is seen next and very much at work in the ironstone industry. Plus (now preserved) outside cylindered Stephenson & Hawthorn 0-4-0ST "George" at British Celanese, Spondon and the three 0-6-0ST locomotives (Hudswell Clarke and Mannig Wardles) working for the British Sugar Corportaion at Wissington, Norfolk.


A full list of the locomotives seem is listed on the inside of the cover.



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Cover photo: Front cover 2023, W.Potter; Rear cover: Stanton No.24, 2023, R.C.Riley
Filmed by/when: Ivo Peters
First published on DVD: October 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 (0h 54min)

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1. The Ivo Peters Collection Vol.12: National Coal Board Locomotives (Ref: IP012D)
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3. The Ivo Peters Collection Vol. 8: Steam in 1962 (Ref: IP008D)
4. The Ivo Peter's Collection Vol.11: Steam in 1963 (Ref: IP011D)
5. The Ivo Peters Collection - His Films Revisited No.3: Steam in 1960 (Ref: IP123D)
6. The Ivo Peters Collection Vol. 7: Steam in 1961 (Ref: IP007D)
7. The Ivo Peters Collection Vol. 3: Westmorland 1965/67, Scotland Easter 1963 (Ref: IP003D)


Vol.246: Southern Steam Miscellany No.8 - The Brian Parnell Collection Part 5

Vol.246: Southern Steam Miscellany No.8 - The Brian Parnell Collection Part 5


Ref: BR246D


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The fifth and final instalment in our series of all new and never previously seen, high quality cine films taken by the late Brian Parnell. Here we feature footage taken from one side of the erstwhile Southern Region to the other; from Kent, Sussex and Surrey to Hampshire, Somerset, Devon and Cornwall.


We begin on the Withered Arm at Barnstaple Junction, with film of trains crossing the Torridge at Torrington, T9 4-4-0s at Wadebridge and ‘Beattie Tanks’ on the Wenford Bridge china clay line.


The fearsome grade between Exeter St Davids and Exeter Central is well covered and includes ‘W’ class 0-8-0T bankers. A short sequence then follows at Tipton St Johns.


Somerset & Dorset material comprises film at Bath Green Park, Midford Viaduct (near Shepton Mallet), Wincanton & Templecombe.


A route very well covered by Brian in Spring and early Summer of 1963 was the ‘H’ class 0-4-4T operated push-pull service between Oxted and Tunbridge Wells West. This also includes film taken at Hurst Green Junction, Edenbridge Town, Hever and Groombridge.


On Sunday 24th March 1963 Brian spent the morning watching engineering work close to Wimbledon including filming pre-assembled 60ft track lengths being lowered into position with the help of two ‘Q1’ 0-6-0s. Plenty of action is seen on the main line including the down ‘Bournemouth Belle’ plus shed visits to Nine Elms and Feltham. Locations visited along the North Downs line include Gomshall & Shere, Dorking Town, Deepdene, Betchworth and Reigate.


At the end of 1963, Redhill was the Central Division’s principle steam depot and time is spent here watching the comings and goings. There is also footage inside one of the signal boxes here. Other locations visited in and around London were Banstead, Epsom Downs, Sutton, London Waterloo, Vauxhall, Clapham Junction and Latchmere Junction.


Finally, we visit Isle of Wight for steam action at Ryde Pierhead, Ryde Esplande, Ryde St.Johns Road, Smallbrook Junction, Newport, Cowes, Shanklin and Ventnor. Watch those ‘O2’ 0-4-4T tanks scurrying about!


The film was taken mainly between 1961 and 1967. Motive power includes ex-SR Bulleid Pacifics of the ‘Merchant Navy’, ‘West Country’ & ‘Battle of Britain’ classes, Maunsell 2-6-0 N and U moguls, Q1, H, S15, M7, O2, W classes, ‘Beattie’ well tank 0298, ex-GWR 45xx and ex-LMS Ivatt Class 2 2-6-2Ts. Plus BR Standard Classes 4 & 5 4-6-0s, Class 4 2-6-0s, Class 4 2-6-4T and Class 3 2-6-2T. EMUs and even the occasional diesel make appearances.


This nostalgic look at the last years of Southern steam is entirely in colour and as usual includes a informative commentary and an authentic sound track.


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



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Cover photo: Keith Pirt/Courtesy of Book Law Publications: T9 4-4-0 No.30338 at Padstow, June 1960.
Narrated by: Mike Clemens
Written by: Ray Jones
First published on DVD: 19th October 2023
Screen aspect ratio: 4:3 SD
Classification: Exempt
Number of discs: 1 DVD-R
Media Format: DVD-R
Origination: 8mm cine-film

Running Time: 79-mins (1hr 19min) approx , Colour
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1. The Ivo Peters' Collection Vol.13: Steam in 1964 (Ref: IP013D)
2. Vol.245: London Midland Steam Miscellany No.11 - The Brian Parnell Collection Part 4 (Ref: BR245D)


Branches of the North Vol.2: Across the Pennines to the North East

Branches of the North Vol.2: Across the Pennines to the North East


Ref: TV0089D


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The North of England once possessed two remarkable railways crossing the Pennines. One ran over Stainmore, the other through Wensleydale. This programme explores these lines using archive from the days of British Railways, starting in the 1950s and continuing through the 1960s & 1970s to the diesel era.


Across the Pennines The once important line from Kirkby Stephen to West Auckland via the 1370 foot summit at Stainmore. The steam and passenger workings are shown along the route together with the intermediate stations in the 1950s and just prior to closure.


The Middleton-in-Teesdale branch The line with its intermediate stations from Barnard Castle with a special steam working and DMUs.


Through Bishops Auckland The lines from Barnard Castle and Wearhead including the last freight traffic.


The Richmond Branch from Darlington and a steam worked freight.


Through Wensleydale The line from Northallerton to Hawes with special trains and freight traffic in the years from 1965 to 1992 plus a look at the connection with the Midland at Garsdale.



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

Running Time: 90-mins (1hr 30min) , Colour
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5. Steam World Archive Vol. 6 - Midlands (Ref: TR793D)
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Railways through the Chilterns

Railways through the Chilterns


Ref: TV0090D


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Two contrasting railways once ran over the Chilterns via Luton. One was the long lost branch from Welwyn Garden City to Dunstable and Leighton Buzzard. The other was, and still is, the Midland Main Line from St Pancras to the North. This programme looks at both of these lines railways in the late 1950s and 1960s along with the developments in the post steam era.


Along the Lea Valley. The railway from Welwyn Garden City through Wheathampstead and Harpenden East to Luton using previously unpublished film. This features the last passenger and freight services, demolition trains and the line just after closure.


The Midland Main Line. The line through St Albans and Harpenden to Luton featuring steam and passenger workings in the late 1950s and 1960s. Includes Scots, 9fs, Stanier 8fs, Jubilees and 2-6-4 tanks. Metrovic Co-Bos, the Blue Pullman and the inauguration of DMUs on the suburban services in 1959 along with Peaks, Brush Type 2s, a ‘Western’ Diesel Hydraulic and BRCW type 2s.


Luton to Leighton Buzzard. The railway from Luton Bute Street through Dunstable to Leighton Buzzard. The last ‘Dunstable Flyers’ are shown with steam traction in 1962 along with DMUs in 1965. Freight as well as passenger trains are also shown along with the final workings to Dunstable right up until the 1990s.



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

Running Time: 90-mins (1hr 30min) , Colour and Black & White
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British Railways Electric Multiple Units Vol.1: Overhead (AC) Classes

British Railways Electric Multiple Units Vol.1: Overhead (AC) Classes


Ref: TV0091D


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  • Pre-Nationalisation EMUs with LNWR units, the Heysham electrics plus Tyneside sets and Manchester to Altrincham electrics.

  • Class 302s on Eastern Region services

  • Class 304s on the West Coast Main Lines

  • Class 306 ‘Shenfield Electrics’ with film from in the 1950s and 1970s

  • Class 504 unique ‘Bury Electrics’ in service in final years

  • Class 309 ‘Clacton Units’ including a farewell special

  • Class 310 on West Coast Main Line and Southern services

  • Class 312 on GN lines and LT & S services

  • Class 313s on the Southern Region in final weeks plus final train

  • Class 317 on the Bedford line

  • Class 319s in the North West.

  • Class 321 on the GE lines in 2023.



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

Running Time: 72-mins (1hr 12min)

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British Railways Electric Multiple Units Vol.2: Third Rail (DC) Units

British Railways Electric Multiple Units Vol.2: Third Rail (DC) Units


Ref: TV0092D


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  • Southern Railway 2 BIL on the Southern Region of British Railways plus the preserved set on the main line.

    Southern Railway 2 HAL in Southern Region Service.

  • Southern Railway 5 BEL as the Brighton Belle plus some of the surviving cars on the Belmond Pullman..

  • Southern Railway 4 COR in British Railways Service.

  • SR & BR 4 SUB including the preserved set in action on the Southern Region.

  • Class 415 4EPB in service on the Medway Valley services and in and around London Bridge plus the last railtour in April 1995.

  • Class 416 2EPB on the Southern Region.

  • Class 501 on the services from Broad Street and the North London lines in the 1960s and 1980s.

  • Class 507 and Class 508 Merseyrail Units on the Merseyrail system in 2023 and the 1990s when traditional signalling was still employed on the branches to New Brighton and West Kirby.

Plus Bonus footage on the Southport Line in the 1990s



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

Running Time: 72-mins (1hr 12min)

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Cab Ride OVG09: Highbury & Islington to West Croydon and return in 2023

Cab Ride OVG09: Highbury & Islington to West Croydon and return in 2023


Ref: TFOVG009D


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A return cab-ride journey aboard a Class 378 (five car unit) of London Overground from Highbury & Islington to West Croydon calling at: Canonbury, Dalston Junction, Haggerston, Hoxton, Shoreditch High Street, Whitechapel, Shadwell, Wapping,Rotherhithe, Canada Water, Surrey Quays, New Cross Gate, Brockley, Honor Oak Park, Forest Hill, Sydenham, Penge West, Anerley & Norwood Junction before terminating at West Croydon.

then the return journey.



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Cover photo: Class 378 5-car unit No.378 228
Filmed by/when: Paul Diggens
First published on DVD: October 2023
Screen aspect ratio: 16:9 SD
Classification: Exempt
Number of discs: 1 DVD-R
Media Format: DVD-R
Origination: Digital DV

Running Time: 84-mins (1hr 14min) , Colour
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Cab Ride GBRF168: Port of Tilbury to Trostre Steelworks (Llanelli) - Part 1 Tilbury to Acton Mainline

Cab Ride GBRF168: Port of Tilbury to Trostre Steelworks (Llanelli)  - Part 1 Tilbury to Acton Mainline


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The first part of our cab ride journey from Port of Tilbury to Trostre Steelworks (at Pemberton, near Llanelli) in Wales aboard a Class 66 loco of GBRf, travelling from Tilbury (on the Thames) to Acton Main Line (West London).


Starting at Tilbury we pass through Tilbury Exchange Sidings, Seabrook Sidings, Grays East Jct, Grays, West Thurrock Jct, Purfleet Long Sidings Jct South, Purfleet Long Sidings Jct North, Purfleet, Dagenham Dock, Ripple Lane East Jct, Ripple Lane Renwick Road Jct, Ripple Road Jct, Barking Riverside Up Jct, Barking, Barking Tilbury Line Jct West (Up), Barking Station Jct, Woodgrange Park, Woodgrange Park Jct, Wanstead Park, Leytonstone High Road, Leyton Midland Road, Walthamstow Queens Road, Blackhorse Road, South Tottenham East Jct, South Tottenham, South Tottenham Jct, South Tottenham West Jct, Harringay Green Lanes, Harringay Park Jct, Crown Hill Tunnel, Crouch Hill, Upper Holloway, Junction Road Jct, Gospel Oak, Gospel Oak Jct, Hampstead Heath, Finchley Road & Frognal, Hampstead Heath Tunnel, West Hampstead, Brondesbury, Brondesbury Park, Kensal Rise, Kensal Green Jct, Willesden High Level, Willesden High Level Jct, Acton Wells Jct, & Acton East Jct (Poplar Jct) before terminating at Acton Main Line Down Goods.


(some picture vibration during acceleration)



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Cover photo: GBRF Class 66 No.66 755
Filmed by/when: Paul Diggens
First published on DVD: October 2023
Screen aspect ratio: 16:9 wide screen, standard definition.
Classification: Exempt
Number of discs: 1x DVD-R
Media Format: DVD-R
Origination: DV HD

Running Time: 88-mins (1hr 28min) , Colour
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Telerail in the Cab Vol.24: Edinburgh Waverley to Aberdeen in 2022

Telerail in the Cab Vol.24: Edinburgh Waverley to Aberdeen in 2022


Ref: TR1024D


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Join the driver onboard Scotrail HST 43143 on the 11.30 Edinburgh Waverley to Aberdeen in July 2022.


After passing over the extraordinary Forth and Tay Bridges, this scenic service continues to Dundee, Montrose and Stonehaven before arriving at Aberdeen.


This new volume gives viewers a chance to sample the unique driver’s eye view of the impressive and world famous bridges on this route as well as enjoying some wonderful Scottish scenery.


With thanks to Scotrail for their co-operation.



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Filmed by/when: filmed in July 2022
First published on DVD: Autumn 2023
Screen aspect ratio: 16:9
Classification: Exempt
Number of discs: 2x DVD-R
Media Format: DVD-R

Running Time: 138-mins (2hr 38min) , Colour, no commentary but with key locations captioned.
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Telerail in the Cab Vol.25: Glasgow Queen Street to Fort WIlliam in 2022

Telerail in the Cab Vol.25: Glasgow Queen Street to Fort WIlliam in 2022


Ref: TR1025D


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Enjoy the scenic driver’s eye view onboard a Scotrail class 156, working the 12.22 from Glasgow Queen Street to Fort William on the 18th July 2022.


This was a day of extreme heat and on some sections, we were required to travel at a reduced speed limit.


The West Highland line heads through the suburbs of Glasgow and then passes through Dumbarton, Helensburgh, Arrochar & Tarbet before arriving at Crianlarich, where the train service splits for Oban and Fort William.


The service then continues up to County March summit and then over Rannoch moor before finally passing by Ben Nevis and arriving at Fort William.


With thanks to Scotrail for their co-operation.



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Filmed by/when: filmed in July 2022
First published on DVD: Autumn 2023
Screen aspect ratio: 16:9
Classification: Exempt
Number of discs: 3x DVD-R
Media Format: DVD-R

Running Time: 224-mins (3hr 44min) , Colour, no commentary but with key locations captioned.
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