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Railscene Magazine No. 1: Autumn 1984

Railscene Magazine No. 1: Autumn 1984


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BR News - Class 150 DMUs, Wembley Crash, New Liveries

Cab Ride - The view from a Hastings DEMU over the line from Hastings to Tonbridge, currently being electrified.

Maiin Line Diesel - A film in black and white produced by British Transport Films. covering the construction and introduction in service of the first British Main Line Diesel, No.10000.

Moorsrail - A feature on the superbly scenic North Yorkshire Moors railway featuring K1 62006 in BR black livery.

News - BR Main Line, steam, unusual events etc.



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Railscene Magazine No. 2: Winter 1984/85

Railscene Magazine No. 2: Winter 1984/85


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Scotrail - A view of the Forth Bridge from the cab, new liveries and workings in Scotland, with 47/7s Mark 3s and Orange Strathclyde units. Also the colourful "Sealink" train.

Cab Ride - Perth to Inverness in the cab of 47474 for the first time over the snowy Highland Mainline in January 1985.

The Severn Valley Railway - a preservation feature covering the full line featuring enigunes since withdrawn, 600 "Gordon" on freightsm 7812 "Erlestoke Manor", 4930 "Hagley Hall", 3205, 80079 and the visit of 5051 "Drysylwyn Castle", 43106 from Bridgnorth to Kidderminster.

Blue Star and Barry - The famous Barry scrapyard still full of engines with 35010 being rescued.

"Engine on Shed" - a 1936 LMS film showing unique rebuilt Scot 6170 "British Legion" formerly "Fury" and here looking like a baby "Princess" with a single chimney.

News - 50s in the snow at Romsey, 46035 at York, 40s on railtours (40118 at Swindon, Garsdale and Kirkby Stephen, 40135 and 40086 on Shap, Milton Keynes "Shoppers", 45 at Marylebone and 4498. Double headers on KESR, 31874 and 34016 on the Mid Hants, Halls at Kidderminster, 6960 amd 4473 "Flying Scotsman" on the main line and finally a classic closing shot of 777 "Sir Lamiel" at Dent in the snow!.



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Railscene Magazine No. 3: Spring 1985

Railscene Magazine No. 3: Spring 1985


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Newslines: Newcastle and Carlisle 150.

Cab Ride: From Exeter to Plymouth along the South Devon Main Line and the sea wall at Dawlish & Teignmouth.

Preservation: The Mid-Hants Railway - The Watercress Line is rebuilding the route to Alton and a connection with BR in 1985.

Single Line Working: Extracts from a 1956 training film made by British Tranport Films on the Somerset & Dorset Railway.

News: Perth Open Day, Steam Specials, Clan Line at Marylebone, Yellow Telecom DMU, Iron Duke, East Anglian electrics, BR News.



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Railscene Magazine No. 4: Summer 1985

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Newslines - Open and shut New stations and lines reopened, the Mid-Hamts at Alton, closure of Tunbridge Wells to Eridge, including a now historic cab ride over the line!

Cab Ride - West Coast Main Line Euston to Liverpool cab ride through the old Crewe, aboard 86257 "Snowdon"

Great Central Railway Theonly preserved trunk line in the country featuring both diesel and steam

Archive Film BR(SR) steam working in the 1960s from Waterloo & Nine Elms depot filmed by BR drivers anf firemen (from 8mmm film)

News GW150's second run with 4930 and 5051 in the West Country, 7029 and 5593 on "Shakespeare Expresses", 46229 at Aylesbury, 777 at York, with 34092, Engineers 40s - 97407 at Crewe, the first Ethel, "The Royal Scotsman" at Tulloch, 45143 at Andover, Hastings unit at Ropley (on Mid-Hants), Green EMUs, "City of Truro" at Bridgnorth, 6000 at Swindon and Didcot's GW150 Gala.



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Railscene Magazine No. 5: Autumn 1985

Railscene Magazine No. 5: Autumn 1985


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Newslines - Railfreight A review of the then current Railfreight operations and the Railfreight spectacular, including GW 2-8-0 2857 at Newport.

Cab Ride Highlights The view from the cab of Class 47, 47517 on 23rd.September 1985 of the East Coast Main Line from King's Cross to York (also available as a full cab ride - see Cab Ride No.7

Colour Rail - A slide presentation of steam through the years.

Preservation - The Dart Valley Railway set in glorious sunny Devon, The DVR was one of the earliest preservation projects. We view it in the summer of 1985 as one of its objectives is met - running into Totnes Station.

Archive Film - "Roundabout 60' - Steam workings in the heyday of steam from 1958 to 1962 by Patrick Whitehouse and John Adams.

News British Rail in the summer of 1985. New DMUs, more livery variations, steam specials, yet more GW150, Open days, Class 20s on passenger workings etc.

Cover Photo: 46229 at Newcastle on 16 March 1985.



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Railscene Magazine No. 6: Winter 1985/86

Railscene Magazine No. 6: Winter 1985/86


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News Lines - Electrifying Progress:- 1986 sees the completion of the Hastings and Cambridge electrification projects, further work towards Norwich in East Anglia, on the East Coast Main Line and in Ayrshire and commencement of the East Grinstead scheme. This featue shows work in progress an illustrates the workings current on these lines at the time.

Cab ride - The Settle and Carlisle, or rather Carlisle to Settle:- Recorded from the cab of 47 474 on 8th.January 1986, the view from the cab shows the celebrated line in winter with snow everywhere!. We pass D200, two 31s and a 25 and hear anecdotes from Driver George Parker and Inspector Ron Gerrard.

Archive Film - Ivo Peters' Someset & Dorset Railway:- Ivo Peters is as celebrated as the S & D itself and his 16mm colour film of the line in its heyday from 1959 to its demise brings it back to life after all these years after closure on 6th.March 1966. The pictures are enhanced by Peter Handford's fabulous sound recordings of locomotives hard at work on the S & D.

News:- 1985 Review - Mogul at Wapping Wharf, GW150s final fling, Stewart's Lane Open Day, Naming Ceremonies, APT, City of Truro and Hagley Hall, Maud on the "Sub", Black 5 at Scarborough, Hastining Unit in Devon, Ciry of Wells in the South, Flying Scotsman, Class 59 etc.

Electrification on the East Coast Main Line, East Anglia, Hastings and Oxted, Carlisle-Settle cab ride in snow, Brazilian Steam, Kent and East Sussex, Ivo Peters, S & D, News.



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Railscene Magazine No. 7: Spring 1986

Railscene Magazine No. 7: Spring 1986


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Newslines – Rolling Stones: BR’s stone traffic is a major revenue source and the advent of Class 59s, privately owned by Foster Yeoman, ensures its long-term survival. We feature the Class 59s, a Class 27 on Shap and workings at Peak Forest on the remains of the old Midland London – Manchester main line, including a Peak in the Peaks!

BBC Film on Mid-Hants: The BBC filming at Alresford and Medstead for their next S&D feature.

Cab Ride – Portsmouth to Cardiff: An interesting cross-country line, featuring parts of the Southern main lines at Southampton and Salisbury and the Western at Westbury, Bath and Bristol, as well as the Severn Tunnel in its centenary year.

Dutch Weekend
: Railfilms, of Manchester, visited Holland to record some of the last workings of the ex-BR EM2 electrics.

Preservation – The Keighley & Worth Valley Railway: 1950s BR atmosphere on this famous Yorkshire branch in Bronte country. ‘Starring’ 4F, 8F, Ivatt, City of Wells, Bellerophon, Big Jim, etc!

Archive Film: Cam Camwell’s record of British Rail in 1951 and 1952. As secretary of the SLS, Cam was able to record some unusual workings, on on 16mm films. Steam replaces electrics at Lancaster (41900), 50655 on L&Y special, V of Rheidol, 41226 on pushpull special, 50865 (LMS livery), the last Dreadnought, 50455 at York and Manchester, B1s and D40s in Scotland and a ‘race’ near Boat of Garten. Y7 68089 on the North Sunderland line, Jubilee at Garsdale, D16s at Kings Lynn 0-4-4T on the Dornock branch and Belah and Deepdale Viaducts.

Steaming Around the World: South Africa Today – Ray Freeman’s film of the dwindling steam locomotive population in South Africa, in March and April 1986. Features 16CAs, 19Ds, 24s, s5s and the 26.

News: Barmouth Bridge reopening, Sprinters in service, 142s and ‘old’ DMUs at Preston, 143 at Wetheral, Bathgate reopening, red EMUs on Merseyside Birkenhead North Open Day (including Bruff in action), D200 at work 4771 and 92220 double heading in Scotland, 777 at Sheffield (without deflectors), 75069 at Cropredy, 4930 at Andover, 5305 at Blea Moor, Hastings DEMUs at S&C and the Royal Albert Bridge, Black WD on Mid-Hants. Green Arrow and Evening Star in Scotland, Pacers, Sprinters, Andover Open Day and Hagley Hall, etc.



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Cover photo: Class 33 on ballast wagons at Westbury before semaphore signalling was replaced.
First published on DVD: 1986 on VHS
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Running Time: 105-mins (1hr 25min) , Colour
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Newslines – Network South East: On 10th June 1986 Chris Green announced the most thorough overhaul of the much maligned commuter and South of England lines – we examine the first results.

Cab Ride – St. Pancras to Sheffield: Filmed from the cab of an HST, this shows a main line in transition. The famous ‘Leicester Gap’ was being reduced when we travelled the route on 25th May 1986 and the ‘old railway’ is seen clearly.

Ryderail & the Isle of Wight: On 21st June 1986 BR held an Open Day on the Isle of Wight. We feature events of the day at Ryde, Sandown and Haven Street and take a nostalgic look back at the Island Railways in 1953 and 1963 with fabulous archive footage from Cam Camwell and Edward Trotman.

Preservation – The Festiniog Railway: Not really preservation, as the Festiniog celebrates 150 years of continuous operation during 1986. We cover the line from Porthmadog to Blaenau Festiniog and look in at Boston Lodge on the way up.

Archive Film: ‘Cam’ Camwell’s record of BR in the 1950s continues with 1953 to 1955, covering Southern Steam (AIX and 0415s on Lyme Branch, Eastleigh depot. Three Bridges, T9s, E1s, etc). Western Steam (Dean Goods, a Star, Cambrian workings, etc) and the Mersey Rail 0-6-4T, North London 0-6-0Ts on the Cromford and High Peak, Compound on the Western, Director, etc.

News: GW double headers, Didcot 25, Tysley, 4498, Kolhapur and BR4, Giesl West Country, Coal Tank on KWVR, Royal Opening at Peterborough, Deltic in Scotland, D200 Maud and No.9 on the Highland Main Line, Inverness Open Day, Bo’ness, Bournemouth Belle, New Stations, Evening Star on NYMR, Mallard on the Scarborough Spa Express!



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Cover photo: 4700 passing Southall with the Kensington Totnes milk empties in June 1959.
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Railscene Magazine No. 9: Autumn 1986

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Rest in Peace-REPs: A tribute to the Southern’s four REPs, four TCs and 33/1s working the Bournemouth to Weymouth line, which is soon to be electrified. Includes a Weymouth Quay cab ride.

Cab Ride
– Dover Western Docks to Willesden: A Class 47 journey over the Southern’s ex-South Eastern line from Dover Western Docks to Willesden on the LMR, seen from the driving seat.

BR Today: A feature on the Stranraer Route in South West Scotland, a line which still includes many ex-GSWR signals and signal boxes.

Departmental Department: A first look at some of the Engineers’ vehicles, including new liveried Research Department stock.

Southern Steam: Main line steam on the Southern at last! First running of steam on the ex-LSWR main line from Salisbury to Yeovil. Salisbury-Yeovil workings by 35028, 6998 and 4498 in October 1986.

Archive Film: Cam Camwell’s well-known 16mm film of BR in the 50s, featuring last day of the Welshpool and Llanfair, two Castles on the Severn Bridge and West Country branches, etc.

Preservation: The Severn Valley Revisited (Part One). A review of the southern half of this leader in preservation, featuring the Coal Tank, two Jubilees, the first Black 5, a Jinty on a goods, etc, from Kidderminster to Arley.

The Didcot, Newbury & Southampton Railway:
Kevin Robertson gives an insight into this long-closed railway, illustrated by slides and the only known cine film.

News: Locomotive exchanges (1466, 5572, Mountaineer), Main Line Steam (7F, two Black 5s, Gresleys, etc), New Stations (Tiverton Parkway, Cwmbran), International Train, 58s, 31s, two 33s, S&C Local Trains, Eastleigh Open Day, S15 restored on NYMR, Jubilee at Southport, etc.



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Railscene Magazine No.10: Winter 1986/87

Railscene Magazine No.10: Winter 1986/87


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Newslines – The Big Freeze: Snowblowing in Kent, rescuing a 33, electrics in trouble.

Colourful Shunters: LMS, BR green, Network, GE Blue, Railfreight 08s and a green 03!

Cab Ride – The Coal Run: From Bentinck Colliery to Ratcliffe Power Station aboard 58041 ‘Ratcliffe Power Station’ down the Erewash Valley into Toton Yard.

BR Today: The Leicester Gap. As the Gap narrows we examine the freight and cross-country route from Syston Junction through Manton Junction to Stamford and the main line at Kettering and Wellingborough.

Steam on the Main Line: BR’s steam specials at Christmas 1986 from Marylebone with 777 Sir Lamiel and 4472 Flying Scotsman.

Portuguese Steam Finale: Last steam workings in 1986 on branches in Portugal, featuring a Mallet tank and an 0-6-2T.

Blue Star Update: Progress on the Merchant Navy from Barry as seen in Railscene No.2, together with pictures of Barry scrapyard in 1987.

Preservation – The Severn Valley Revisited (Part 2): The northern part of this famous line from Highley to Bridgnorth, in Autumn 1986.

Archive Film: Cam Camwell’s BR Steam in the late 50s – featuring scenes on the Midland and Great Northern, colour film in West Wales, on the S&C and the NE line across the Pennines to Darlington, the Dartmoor Tramway at Laira.

News: Duke of Gloucester’s return, P Class on KESR, Bluebell awards, L&Y 0-6-0s on KWVR and at Carnforth, 6201 on S&C, Mallard goes north, 35028 Clan Line on Saunderton, Maud on the Edinburgh Sub, Kolhapur to York, 3440 on SLOAs last train, wires down on Shap, 89001 starts trials on WCML, NSE 86, Cambridge Electrics, new 144s and Sprinter 2s, Hastings survivors, 37/9s, etc.



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Railscene Magazine No.11: Spring 1987

Railscene Magazine No.11: Spring 1987


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Diesels in Decline Class 25s seen working in March 1987 (when they were withdrawn) in the North West and along the North Wales Coast, Class 27s on freight and passenger workings.

Cab Ride – Crewe to Holyhead: The driver’s view from 47476 from Crewe to Holyhead. Much requested, this line features much semaphore signalling and spectacular views along the North West Coast (a full length version – 135 minutes long – is also available Cab Ride No.13)

Modern Archive: Railfreight in Cornwall. The South-West corner of Britain still has many fascinating railway features and we see freight (and passenger) on all the Cornish branches which remain.

Weekend in Ireland The Lough Gill Railtour - The RPSI’s celebrated three day tour over main lines on 9, 10, and 11th May 1987 featuring No 85 and No 171 - the latter looking like many pre-grouping British 4-4-0s.

Cam in Ireland Complimentary to the above, Cam Camwell’s Irish footage includes County Donegal narrow gauge in colour.

Preservation – The Bluebell Railway: At last, we cover the first large standard gauge preserved railway! Featuring ten pre-grouping locomotives and vintage rolling stock, this has one of the widest varieties of workings yet.

NewsSteam main line workings include Kolhapur at Buxton and on S&C, 4472 on S&C, at Sellafield and Manchester, 34092 on SSE, Mallard on SSE, 4498 at Selby, 5305 to Scotland, 5051’s last run, 7029 and 6000 at Swindon, Princess to Shrewsbury, 7819 and 75069 on the Cambrian. We visit the opening of the Stephenson Railway Museum, see an ‘express’ Jinty and welcome an M7 home. 89001 is seen in close up and on the main line and other BR news includes Inter City 21 celebrations, three 20s to Brighton, a 56 in Sussex, D200, Corby reopening, S&C diversions, 55, 52, 44 and 20 on the Severn Valley, Ashington and Bramley last rites.



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Cover photo: 7814 Fringford Manor in the Dovey Valley with the up Cambrian Coast Express, leading vehicle of which is the Autobar, the very first self-catering vehicle to run on British Rail in May 1963.
First published on DVD: 1987 on VHS
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Running Time: 120-mins (2hr 0 min) , Colour
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Opening Scene: Snowdon Mountain Railway.

Diesels in Decline – Class 45: Our tribute to the ‘Peaks’ showing them at work on the Midland main line, at Derby, in the Peak district, in Yorkshire and at Gateshead.

Cab Ride – Salisbury to Exeter: From the drivers viewpoint we travelled aboard 50050 Centurion (formerly Leviathon) over the ex LSWRs West of England main line. Despite ‘rationalisation’ by the Western Region, the line flourishes today and is full of interest.

Eastern Electrics:
86s and EMUs on the Norwich Main Line, over the new Trowse Bridge, at Elsenham, changing over at Cambridge, the electrification train on the Royston line and NSE at Peterborough.

BR Today – Lincolnshire and Humberside: Our ‘modern archive’ slot visits Syston Junction, Lincoln, Market Rasen, Barnetby, Scunthorpe, Brocklesby, New Holland and Littlefield to see 47s, 37s, 31s, 20s and DMUs in action against a background of semaphores and signal boxes.

Cambrian Steam:
BR’s summer programme of steam along the Welsh Coast, featuring 7819 Hinton Manor, 75069 and 46443 bringing the Cambrian back to life. Scenes include Aberystwyth and V of R locomotives, Barmouth Bridge, Tywyn, Pwllheli and Machynlleth shed.

Welsh Narrow Gauge – The Snowdon Mountain Railway: Not ‘preserved’, but a real operating steam railway! Britain’s only rack railway climbs virtually to the top of the mountain, with 1895-built steam locos. We take you to the top after watching the works train depart and visit the shed at Llanberis.

North Norfolk Centenary:
Celebrations at Weybourne on the North Norfolk Railway in June 1987, featuring J15 in GER blue livery on a goods train and the Brighton Belle.

K1 on the West Highland: Long lingering shots of the NELPG’s K1 No 2005 at work in the West Highlands amidst unparalled scenery.

Archive Film
– Cam in Scotland 1957: By contrast, thirty years ago on the West Highland, with K1s and K2s, also Black 5s, Caley tanks, NB 4-4-2Ts around Crianlarich and at Spean Bridge and Connel Ferry – all in colour!

East Lancs
Re-Opening: Our cameras recorded the first public weekend of this, the latest preserved railway to re-open, the line from Bury to Ramsbottom. Featuring double headed steam, a preserved 40 and a Warship – the original kind – at work.

News:
Includes Green Arrow on Tay Bridge, ECML to Marylebone, 35028 and 4472 on Salisbury-Yeovils, 6998, 6000, 6201 on Welsh Borders, 7F, 4498, Green Hastings unit, 506 on Mid-Hants, Lake Isle of Wight, Blackpool Pleasure Beach, 27, Lord Kyle saloon. TyGlas, Bicester re-opening, Crewe Festival, Euston 150, etc.



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Cover photo: Urie LSWR S15 No.506 at Ropley shed on the Mid-Hants Railway on 16 June 1987, just after being returned to steam.
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