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The Jacobite BLU-RAY
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The Jacobite BLU-RAY

Drivers Eye View  Fort William to Mallaig with helicopter shots. The West Highland Railway (Mallaig extension) is arguably Britain's most scenic and what better way of seeing it than from "The Jacobite" steam train. Our cameras followed one such service in the mid-summer sunshine on board Black Five No 45407 The Lancashire Fusilier. To see the scenery in all its glory, a helicopter followed our train all the way to Mallaig with a state of the art gyro stabilised camera filming in high definition. Cameras also show, lineside shots footplate shots and the radio signalling centre (RETB) at Banavie. So sit back and take a front row seat on the magnificent "Road to the Isles". ..

85 MIN

$40.00 Ex Tax: $36.36

The Jacobite
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The Jacobite

Drivers Eye View Fort William to Mallaig with helicopter shots. The West Highland Railway (Mallaig extension) is arguably Britain's most scenic and what better way of seeing it than from "The Jacobite" steam train. Our cameras followed one such service in the mid-summer sunshine on board Black Five No 45407 The Lancashire Fusilier. To see the scenery in all its glory, a helicopter followed our train all the way to Mallaig with a state of the art gyro stabilised camera filming in high definition. Cameras also show, lineside shots footplate shots and the radio signalling centre (RETB) at Banavie. So sit back and take a front row seat on the magnificent "Road to the Isles". Click on the cover image for additional information. ..

85 MIN

$39.00 Ex Tax: $35.45

The Isle of Wight BLU-RAY
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The Isle of Wight BLU-RAY

The ISLAND LINE is unique, being served by former London Underground tube trains dating way back to 1938. We join a 2 car train at Shanklin, the southern most terminus, to enjoy a driver's eye view of the line. Passing the down train at the seaside resort of Sandown we make our way through Brading onto the double line section controlled by the only operational signal box remaining - Ryde St Johns. Continuing in tunnel beneath the Esplanade we emerge at the station of the same name continuing all the way out to sea over Ryde pier into the one remaining platform at the end of the line. The STEAM RAILWAY is a preservation gem also with unique elements such as the 100% original steam-hauled coaching stock and undoubtedly unique steam survivor class 02 Calbourne. The railway links with the electric line at Smallbrook Junction where we join the crew of Calbourne for a magnificent journey along the line through the line's semaphore signalled base at Haven Street and to the current ..

117 MIN

$40.00 Ex Tax: $36.36

The Isle of Wight
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The Isle of Wight

The ISLAND LINE is unique, being served by former London Underground tube trains dating way back to 1938. We join a 2 car train at Shanklin, the southern most terminus, to enjoy a driver's eye view of the line. Passing the down train at the seaside resort of Sandown we make our way through Brading onto the double line section controlled by the only operational signal box remaining - Ryde St Johns. Continuing in tunnel beneath the Esplanade we emerge at the station of the same name continuing all the way out to sea over Ryde pier into the one remaining platform at the end of the line. The STEAM RAILWAY is a preservation gem also with unique elements such as the 100% original steam-hauled coaching stock and undoubtedly unique steam survivor class 02 Calbourne. The railway links with the electric line at Smallbrook Junction where we join the crew of Calbourne for a magnificent journey along the line through the line's semaphore signalled base at Haven Street and to the current ..

117 MIN

$39.00 Ex Tax: $35.45

The (old) Glasgow Subway
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The (old) Glasgow Subway

The Glasgow Subway, the only true underground railway in Britain outside of London, was originally opened in 1896 but the Victorian carriages were still running 80 years later. Now Video 125 has found a fascinating film of the line shot in 1974 by the Universities of Glasgow and Strathclyde. Filmed in colour with sound, this remarkable record of the line is the nearest one can get to experiencing what it was like to travel on an original Victorian tube train. The film starts with the history of the line in 1897 with old photographs, posters and diagrams. Forward to 1974 and we see the original cars, including 'gate' stock, the gates being opened on the two-car trains by the guard, still in operation. We witness the method of rescuing a broken down train in the tunnel - by being pushed out by the following train. In another example, we see passengers being evacuated from a broken down train through the tunnel. We get a comprehensive look inside the depot as the old wooden ..

53 MIN

$30.00 Ex Tax: $27.27

Thames Branches
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Thames Branches

This is an opportunity to see four of the GWR Thames Valley branch lines from the driver's cab. Paddington to Greenford Slough to Windsor Maidenhead to Marlow Twyford to Henley We start at Paddington for a run along the Greenford branch taking us over the Great Western main line via Ealing Broadway, the line terminating at Greenford sandwiched between the tracks of LUL's Central Line. We then travel over the Windsor branch from Slough into the one-time showpiece Royal station facing Windsor Castle. Unusually we return part of the way to show the junction arrangement at Slough. The Marlow branch is the fascinating legacy of the one-time through route to High Wycombe requiring a reversal at the constricted junction at Bourne End. Finally, we travel over the line to Henley on Thames. All trains on the four branch lines consist of 2-car class 165 Turbo DMUs. Filmed in the summer sunshine of 2015. ..

72 MIN

$39.00 Ex Tax: $35.45

Milan Trams BLU-RAY
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Milan Trams BLU-RAY

Drivers Eye View Milan, the capital of the Lombardy region of Italy, has one of the largest tram networks in the world, dating back to 1881. Today there are no less than 17 routes covering a total of 71 route miles. There are various types of tram in daily use, both ancient and modern operating out of five depots. This film is divided into four parts: The Tram History: tracing the origins of the system from the first horse-drawn routes to electrification by the Edison company and the subsequent congestion of routes resulting in their complete reorganisation and closure of the central terminus. The Current Tram Fleet: consisting of a wide variety of approximately 300 trams of 6 main types dating from 1929 to 2010. The Depots: We visit each of the main depots. Ticinese, Precotto, Leoncavallo, Baggio and the largest conventional depot of them all - Messina. Driver's eye view: The main part of this film is a complete Driver's eye view of Line 1..

74 MIN

$35.00 Ex Tax: $31.82

Milan Trams
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Milan Trams

Drivers Eye View Milan, the capital of the Lombardy region of Italy, has one of the largest tram networks in the world, dating back to 1881. Today there are no less than 17 routes covering a total of 71 route miles. There are various types of tram in daily use, both ancient and modern operating out of five depots. This film is divided into four parts: The Tram History: tracing the origins of the system from the first horse-drawn routes to electrification by the Edison company and the subsequent congestion of routes resulting in their complete reorganisation and closure of the central terminus. The Current Tram Fleet: consisting of a wide variety of approximately 300 trams of 6 main types dating from 1929 to 2010. The Depots: We visit each of the main depots. Ticinese, Precotto, Leoncavallo, Baggio and the largest conventional depot of them all - Messina. Driver's eye view: The main part of this film is a complete Driver's eye view of Line 1. We travel on board..

74 MIN

$35.00 Ex Tax: $31.82

Liverpool and Manchester BLU-RAY
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Liverpool and Manchester BLU-RAY

Drivers Eye View We travel aboard a Northern Rail class 156 Sprinter for an exceptionally smooth ride. This limited-stop service shows us the whole Airport Branch, the Stockport-avoiding line built as recently as 1909 and the approach and through platforms at Manchester Piccadilly followed by the elevated section through Oxford Road. We then join the very original route surveyed and built by none other than George Stephenson. The stone block permanent way has long since gone but the history is still there to be told by former Calendar anchor Alan Hardwick. Chat Moss has gone down in railway folklore as one of George Stephenson’s greatest feats, laying a railway line across a seemingly impenetrable bog. See how little it has changed today from the cab and from a helicopter flying overhead! We then travel through Rainhill over the ground covered by Stephenson’s famous Rocket - the winner of the Rainhill Locomotive Trials in 1829. Edge Hill is another place long associat..

65 MIN

$40.00 Ex Tax: $36.36

Liverpool and Manchester
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Liverpool and Manchester

Drivers Eye View We travel aboard a Northern Rail class 156 Sprinter for an exceptionally smooth ride. This limited-stop service shows us the whole Airport Branch, the Stockport-avoiding line built as recently as 1909 and the approach and through platforms at Manchester Piccadilly followed by the elevated section through Oxford Road. We then join the very original route surveyed and built by none other than George Stephenson. The stone block permanent way has long since gone but the history is still there to be told by former Calendar anchor Alan Hardwick. Chat Moss has gone down in railway folklore as one of George Stephenson’s greatest feats, laying a railway line across a seemingly impenetrable bog. See how little it has changed today from the cab and from a helicopter flying overhead! We then travel through Rainhill over the ground covered by Stephenson’s famous Rocket - the winner of the Rainhill Locomotive Trials in 1829. Edge Hill is another place long associat..

65 MIN

$39.00 Ex Tax: $35.45

Lisbon Trams
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Lisbon Trams

Drivers Eye View. This production starts with a brief history of Carris, the company first set up in 1872 to operate horse-drawn trams. We then travel aboard one of the 1930's vintage wooden four wheel tramcars on Route 28, taking us from the outskirts of the capital right through the centre. You will see double and single line sections running through the narrowest of streets and the steepest of hills. By contrast we then travel route 15 on board a modern Siemens articulated tram dating from 1995. This is the longest of the remaining routes and, running close to the coast, passes many of the popular tourist sites. The 15 also runs past the tram depot at Santo Amaro which also contains the tram museum. The running time of the main feature is 85 minutes. There are also two menu driven bonuses. Bonus 1: The Carris Transport Museum. A look around the sheds at Santo Amaro and sight of some of the old tramcars dating from the 1900s. Bonus 2: The Bica Funicular. B..

85 MIN

$35.00 Ex Tax: $31.82

Hammersmith & Circle
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Hammersmith & Circle

Drivers Eye View. Hammersmith to Edgware Road Liverpool Street to Barking. This is an all new Driver's eye view of the Hammersmith & City and Circle lines, filmed in 2014. This is a view of London Underground's Hammersmith and City and Circle lines taken from the driver's cab of brand new S stock trains. We see both routes throughout, starting with a Circle line train running from Hammersmith via Paddington, Liverpool Street, Victoria and High Street Kensington, terminating at Edgware Road. We then board a Hammersmith and City train at Liverpool Street for the journey to its terminus at Barking via Mile End and West Ham. Using state of the art HD cameras in the cab and at stations along the route, we see the world's first ever underground railway as never before. Subtle additional lighting gives an accurate view of what Driver's normally see. The overground sections were filmed in good or sunny weather. After the complete circuit of th..

98 MIN

$38.00 Ex Tax: $34.55

Exeter to Basingstoke
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Exeter to Basingstoke

Drivers Eye View The West of England line was the Southern Railway's arterial route to the West Country and as such was at one time very busy with express trains to Salisbury, Exeter and Plymouth. It was also the route of the ACE, the Atlantic Coast Express which ran from Waterloo all the way to Padstow on the North Cornish coast. Run down and rationalised in the 1960s, the West of England line became a mere shadow of its former self. Today, with privatisation, train services and passenger numbers are on the up and we can see the line from the cab of a class 159 DMU, in its recently resignalled form along with recent redoubled sections of line to improve capacity and flexibility. As well as the ride in the cab, we also see inside the signal boxes. Filmed in the summer of 2014 in association with the South West Trains, Network Rail alliance. ..

131 MIN

$35.00 Ex Tax: $31.82

Cotswolds and Malverns Line BLU-RAY
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Cotswolds and Malverns Line BLU-RAY

Drivers Eye View OXFORD to HEREFORD via Worcester The Cotswolds and Malverns line is 86¼ miles long and takes us through the heart of the English countryside, recognised as an area of outstanding natural beauty. We travel in the cab of a First Great Western High Speed Train (HST). Our journey begins at Oxford, the gateway to the Cotswolds. Much of the route is of single track but some sections have recently been reinstated allowing line speeds of up to 100mph. Much of the route is still worked on the block signalling principle and controlled by semaphores. As well as following our HST from the cab and trackside, we see the magnificent scenery from the air. This Driver's eye view was filmed almost in real time and mostly in the mid-summer sunshine of 2013. ..

108 MIN

$40.00 Ex Tax: $36.36

Cotswolds and Malverns Line
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Cotswolds and Malverns Line

Drivers Eye View OXFORD to HEREFORD via Worcester The Cotswolds and Malverns line is 86¼ miles long and takes us through the heart of the English countryside, recognised as an area of outstanding natural beauty. We travel in the cab of a First Great Western High Speed Train (HST). Our journey begins at Oxford, the gateway to the Cotswolds. Much of the route is of single track but some sections have recently been reinstated allowing line speeds of up to 100mph. Much of the route is still worked on the block signalling principle and controlled by semaphores. As well as following our HST from the cab and trackside, we see the magnificent scenery from the air. This Driver's eye view was filmed almost in real time and mostly in the mid-summer sunshine of 2013.   ..

108 MIN

$35.00 Ex Tax: $31.82

Central Line
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Central Line

Drivers Eye View Woodford to Leytonstone via Hainault Epping to West Ruislip via central London This all new Driver's eye view was filmed in the summer of 2011. Much requested by our customers, we have taken the opportunity of filming the Woodford branch through the Roding Valley to Hainault and on to Leytonstone on board a 1992 stock train. We then switch our attention to the main Central Line that runs through the very heart of London. Epping, by contrast, can best be described as a rural town out in the Essex countryside. We join another 1992 stock train for the longest journey possible on one tube train, from there to West Ruislip in Middlesex. Our journey takes us through the open fields surrounding Theydon Bois before entering true suburbia. At Leyton we enter the first tunnel section before re-emerging at Stratford - now firmly on the world map as the site of the 2012 Olympic games. Now we stay in tunnel for the main route through Liverpool Street, the C..

100 MIN

$39.00 Ex Tax: $35.45

Ayrline BLU-RAY
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Ayrline BLU-RAY

Drivers Eye View Stranraer to Glasgow Central The 101 miles of railway between the former Ferry port of Stranraer and Glasgow Central, is one of extreme contrast. For just over half that distance the line is of single track controlled by traditional mechanical signal boxes and electric tokens. The southern half of the line is so remote that our two-car class 156 Sprinter runs for 26 miles before reaching the first intermediate station at Barrhill. We traverse two passing loops in the process, the second of which at Glenwhilly is one of the remotest in the whole of the British Isles. From Ayr, the line becomes an electrified double track for the next 40 miles into Glasgow. The contrast between the Victorian signalling and state of the art computer control inside the West of Scotland Signalling Centre at Cowlairs could hardly be greater. As well as seeing this fascinating and scenic line from the cab and signal boxes, we also see the lie of the land from the air o..

122 MIN

$40.00 Ex Tax: $36.36

Ayrline
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Ayrline

Drivers Eye View Stranraer to Glasgow Central The 101 miles of railway between the former Ferry port of Stranraer and Glasgow Central, is one of extreme contrast. For just over half that distance the line is of single track controlled by traditional mechanical signal boxes and electric tokens. The southern half of the line is so remote that our two-car class 156 Sprinter runs for 26 miles before reaching the first intermediate station at Barrhill. We traverse two passing loops in the process, the second of which at Glenwhilly is one of the remotest in the whole of the British Isles. From Ayr, the line becomes an electrified double track for the next 40 miles into Glasgow. The contrast between the Victorian signalling and state of the art computer control inside the West of Scotland Signalling Centre at Cowlairs could hardly be greater. As well as seeing this fascinating and scenic line from the cab and signal boxes, we also see the lie of the land from the air o..

122 MIN

$40.00 Ex Tax: $36.36

Wessex
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Wessex

Drivers Eye View Weymouth to Waterloo - For commuters into Waterloo, London’s largest terminus, the south coast resort of Weymouth must seem a million miles away - yet it is only 142¾ miles by rail and enjoys an hourly service throughout the day. Mention the town of Weymouth and the unique Quay branch instantly springs to mind and therefore this Driver’s Eye View begins with a brief look at the so called “tramway” from a class 73 electro-diesel locomotive. Heading north on the mainline out of Weymouth aboard a class 442 Wessex Electric, we climb up towards Dorchester South. Turning east the train calls at the intermediate stations as far as Poole and Bournemouth, with their classic causeway approaches. Speeding up now, we call at Brockenhurst and pass through the delightful stretch of unspoilt New Forest to Southampton. Now the Wessex slots into South West Trains’ new shuttle pattern, which provides 3 fast trains an hour between po..

97 MIN

$35.00 Ex Tax: $31.82

Victoria Line
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Victoria Line

Drivers Eye View The 1967 stock trains were filmed in their last few years of service in 2009. These were the first fully automatic trains in London running on the Victoria line which was opened in stages from Walthamstow in East London. The whole line is seen in virtually real time from the operator’s cab with the aid of additional lighting. This is more than a Driver’s eye view, for we also follow the progress of our southbound train on the track diagrams of the service control centre, we see inside all the stations with their famous tiled murals, the exteriors of many and of course the operator himself. Bonuses complete the story of the Victoria Line: *Seventeen minutes of archive film recalling the construction and opening of the line. *A Driver's eye view from a staff only train from Seven Sisters into the only open air section of the Victoria line into the depot. *A comprehensive look around Northumberland Park depot itself with Craig Martin the depot man..

74 MIN

$35.00 Ex Tax: $31.82

Trolley Bus Archive
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Trolley Bus Archive

Programme one includes footage from the Southern Counties Touring Society filmed between 1948 and 1967. There are highlights from the film “Heart of the Trolleybus” which captures the workings of the Metrovick factory in Sheffield and excerpts from a very early promotional film made for Richard Garrett & Sons Ltd detailing their ‘latest developments’ in Trolleybus technology out on the near-empty roads of England. Systems visited include: Ipswich, Southend, Maidstone, Hastings, Brighton, Portsmouth, Bournemouth, London, Reading, Birmingham, Walsall, Wolverhampton, Notts & Derby, Mexborough & Swinton, Grimsby, Doncaster and Bradford. Trolleybus Archive Take Two is 100% in colour. Peter Goddard’s evocative archive features trolleybuses touring towns and cities in which they would never normally have worked such as Bournemouth, Cardiff, Teesside and Reading. We also visit Walsall,Wolverhampton, Derby, Huddersfield and Bradford. Finally th..

120 MIN

$25.00 Ex Tax: $22.73

Trans Pennine Express
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Trans Pennine Express

Drivers Eye View Manchester to York - The Leeds, Huddersfield and Manchester is now the main rail line over the Pennines with four “transpenninepresses” plying the route every hour. The line climbs or falls almost continuously for 43 miles, the only level section being inside Standedge Tunnel, the major feature of the line. The tunnel is the fourth longest on the national network at 3 miles 66 yards. Both it and the other major tunnel at Morley (1 mile 1609 yards) are seen (and heard) from the Driver’s cab with the aid of additional lighting. Today’s route incorporates the lines of various pre-grouping companies – with no less than ten significant junctions being traversed between Manchester and Leeds. Our class 158 Express then continues to York over another three – the last of which brings us onto the East Coast Main Line. As well as gradients, junctions and tunnels, the route also features track circuit block signalling. ..

81 MIN

$35.00 Ex Tax: $31.82

The Western Corridor
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The Western Corridor

Drivers Eye View. The catalyst for this Driver's eye view was the relaying and reopening of the Western Rail Corridor from Ennis to Galway in 2010, enabling passengers to travel all the way from Waterford in southern Ireland to Galway in the north west with two changes. We travel on these three trains in the drivers' cabs. All three are formed of 2-car 2700 DMUs. Train 1 Starting out from Waterford beneath the only elevated signal box still in use in Ireland. We then diverge onto the Limerick Junction branch which takes us over dozens of manually operated level crossings and through stations with traditional block semaphore signalling - a genuine time warp if ever there was one. At Limerick Junction we cross the Dublin to Cork main line on Ireland's only surviving flat crossing before changing ends and reversing into the station. We see inside the following signal boxes: Limerick Central (elevated) Limerick West, Carrick on Suir, Clonmel and Limerick Junction. Make s..

155 MIN

$38.00 Ex Tax: $34.55

The West Highland
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The West Highland

Drivers Eye View Glasgow Queen Street to Fort William - A class 156 Sprinter sets off from Queen Street station, on a 122 mile long adventure into the heart of the West Highlands of Scotland. Climbing out of the 1 in 45 Queen Street tunnel, we proceed through the suburbs of Glasgow, mostly under the wires of the Strathclyde electrics. At Craigendoran the West Highland line branches off towards Helensburgh Upper. At first, following the course of Gare Loch and Loch Long, the line eventually emerges high above the banks of Loch Lomond. By the time we reach Crianlarich (where the Oban line diverges) the dense forest has given way to more open aspects. The famous Horseshoe Curve is the next major feature encountered. Beyond Bridge of Orchy, the main road turns west towards Glen Coe, whilst the railway turns northeast and strikes out across one of the last great wildernesses, Rannoch Moor! 95 miles from Glasgow we reach Britain’s remotest station, Corrour. H..

96 MIN

$35.00 Ex Tax: $31.82

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