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2019 February

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Cab Ride GRA20: Cambridge to Norwich via Cambridge North

Cab Ride GRA20: Cambridge to Norwich via Cambridge North


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A cab-ride journey aboard Class 170 (3 car unit) of GreaterAnglia from Cambridge to Norwich via Cambridge North calling at or passing through Cambridge North Station, Waterbeach, Ely, Shippea Hill, Lakenheath, Brandon, Thetford, Harling Road, Eccles Road, Attleborough, Spooner Row & Wymondham before terminating at Norwich.


First published on DVD: February 2019
Screen aspect ratio: 16:9
Number of discs: 1 DVD-R

Running Time: 77-mins (1hr 17min)

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Cab Ride GBRF92: A GBRF Move - Doncaster to Derby Class 142

Cab Ride GBRF92: A GBRF Move - Doncaster to Derby Class 142


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A cab-ride journey from Doncaster Works WAGN Shops to Derby aboard a Class 142 (2 car unit) of Arriva Trains Wales moved by GBRf and passing through Doncaster, South Yorkshire Jcns, Hexthorpe Goods Jcn, Hexthorpe Jcn, Conisbrough Tunnel, Conisbrough, Mexborough, Mexborough East Jcn, Swinton, Swinton Jcn South, Aldwarke Jcns, Masborough Station North Jcn, Masborough Sorting Sidings South Jcn, Treeton Jcn, Beighton Jcn, Barrow Hill North Jcn, Tapton Jcn, Chesterfield, Chesterfield South Jcn, Clay Cross North Jcn, Clay Cross Tunnel, Wingfield Tunnel, Toadmoor Tunnel, Ambergate South Jcn, Broadholme, Belper, Milford Tunnel, Duffield, Little Eaton Jcn, St Mary’s North Jcn, Derby Jcn & Derby Station North Jcn before terminating at (Up Goods) Derby Station.


First published on DVD: February 2019
Screen aspect ratio: 16:9
Number of discs: 1 DVD-R

Running Time: 67-mins (1hr 7min)

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The Ivo Peters' Collection Vol. 4 - North Wales Narrow Gauge Steam in 1959/1960

The Ivo Peters' Collection Vol. 4 - North Wales Narrow Gauge Steam in 1959/1960


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This is the fourth railway film by Ivo Peters, originally released in 1988 on VHS video. In early 2019 it was remastered for DVD with some minor picture and sound editing to enhance this popular volume. The original material was 16mm film.




North Wales Narrow Gauge Steam in 1959/60 - This volume takes Ivo Peters' coverage of Britain's railways into a new realm - the fascinating narrow gauge railways of North Wales.


After a brief visit to BR's last narrow gauge, the Vale of Rheidol Railway at Aberystwyth, we see the early days of preservation of the Talyllyn and Ffestiniog plus a journey up the Snowdon Mountain Railway.

The major part of this volume covers the long closed and lost slate quarry railways at Padarn and Penrhyn and Dinorwic Quarry. Each railway is explored in detail including lineside trips up the lines as well as the slate quarries.



Cover photo: Ivo Peters, 0-4-0ST "Winifred" at Penrhyn Quarry.
Filmed by/when: Ivo Peters, 1959 & 1960. © 2018 Julian Peters
First published on DVD: February 2018
Screen aspect ratio: 4:3
Region: PAL Region 2
Number of discs: 1 DVD
Origination: 16mm cine-film

Running Time: 49-mins (0hr 49min) , Colour
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1. The Ivo Peters' Collection Vol. 3 - Westmorland 1965/67, Scotland Easter 1963 (Ref: IP003D)


Vol.222 - Steam Still at Work after August 1968 Part 5

Vol.222 - Steam Still at Work after August 1968 Part 5


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**IN STOCK NOW! 14th,February 2019 ** THE B & R DVD THAT HAS ARRIVED AT WOLVERTON RAIL IS.... :-)

The fifth part in our “Steam Still at Work” series of films which mostly features the steam scene both at home and overseas after the end of main line steam on British Railways in 1968. The series continues until the “Return to Steam” tours on BR in October 1971.


We begin in Kent during 1969 where Mogul U-class 2-6-0 No.31618 (the 2nd locomotive rescued from Barry scrapyard) is seen near Maidstone, followed by the first of two journeys to the Ashford Steam Centre where there is a strong South Eastern & Chatham representation. We next visit Bridgnorth during 1965 at the very beginning of the Severn Valley Railway followed by scenes of the early days of workings to Hampton Loade featuring Nos.46443, 3205, 8233, 43106, and GWR railcar 22.


Many ex-GWR pannier tanks found a new commercial working life after BR and visits are made to see them on London Transport (No.L92) and on the NCB at Coventry (No.1502), Merthyr Vale (No.9600), and Mountain Ash (No.7754) collieries. In South Wales further NCB sites seen are Hafodyrynys, Celynen South, Brynlliw, and Maesteg.


Although not steam, another system of interest to enthusiasts visited at the end of 1969 was the “Woodhead” electrified system from Manchester to Sheffield Victoria.


Next we visit the Dart Valley Railway in May 1970 with its first ever through trains from the BR network - one by the LCGB with Praire No.4555 & Pannier No.1638 and the other one by Ian Allan with 0-4-2T No.1420 & again No.1638.


Further locations include Quainton Road, Bulmer's at Hereford, Carnforth, Tyseley, and the Bluebell Railway on the occasion of their tenth anniversary. In North Wales visits are also made to the Welshpool & Llanfair (including the legendary “Monarch” 0-4-4-0), Talyllyn and Vale of Rheidol railways.


Steam could also still be found across the Channel. We visit the last entirely steam-worked terminus in Paris at Gare-de-la-Bastille using 2-8-2 tanks during December 1969 plus also near Boissy and Vincennes. A trip was also organised to North Germany by the LCGB in April 1970 and includes Lingen (with a visit to the locomotive works) and Emden. Motive power features double-headed 011 Pacifics, Nos. 012, 023, and even an 082 0-10-0 tank.


The archive film is entirely in colour. An authentic sound track has been added along with a commentary to complement our nostalgic look at this period from 1969 to 1970.


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



Cover photo: Colin White:- Andrew-Barclay 0-4-0ST No.8 at Celynen Colliery, 4th.June 1970.
Narrated By: Mike Clemens
First published on DVD: February 2019
Screen aspect ratio: 4:3
Origination: 8mm cine-film

Running Time: 60-mins (1hr 0min) , All Colour
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1. Vol.223 - A Miscellany of Electric & Diesel Power No.5 (Ref: BR223D)
2. Latest Wolverton Rail B & R Catalogue (Downloadable) (Ref: WR911e)
3. Vol.221 - Great Western Steam Miscellany No.5 (Ref: BR221D)


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