Britains Railways Then and Now (DVD)
Featuring Southern Railway, GWR, LMS Liner, LNER and British Railways. The perfect gift for enthusiasts.
Evocative footage of the engines and lines on this railway, many based around the commuter and holiday routes of London and South East England. Includes the Castleman’s Corkscrew and The Withered Arm.
A nostalgic look at the legacy left by Gods Wonderful Railway and a reminder of the brilliant engineers and designers from the company who created locomotives such as King George V, Gloucester Castle, King Edward I and Pendennis Castle.
A look at the largest railway company in the revealing the diverse ways that it covered its needs from heavy workhorses for long distance freight work to steam engines struggling up steep inclines in rural Derbyshire and single unit sprinters on the West Coast Line.
Archive film of the second largest of the Big Four companies presents the high speed locomotives of Sir Nigel. Includes The Jazz Services and the Deltics.
Rarely seen archive footage from the 1950s and the glory days of steam to recent times. Travel along the Woodhead Route, a flagship electrification project for BR and the Metropolitan Line running out of London to the suburbs and beyond and also to the Somerset and Dorset railway with its vast array of Pacifics, Stanier 8Fs and Standard 4s.
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