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The Swanage Railway Experience
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The Swanage Railway Experience

The Official Swanage Railway Souvenir. Each year, thousands of holidaymakers experience the thrill of riding through the picturesque Purbeck Hills on one of the Swanage Railway’s classic steam trains. The line runs for 5½ miles from a new Park and Ride station at Norden through the unique Corfe Castle station and Harman’s Cross into the small seaside town of Swanage. Today’s railway is thriving and this film takes you on a guided tour of the line by steam train, looks behind the scenes and talks with some of the staff and volunteers who work on the line. To look at the railway today, it’s hard to believe that in 1972, under British Rail, the line was run down and closed, the track taken up and the buildings left to decay. With the aid of old photographs and archive film, we recall the mammoth struggle to rebuild the line - FROM SCRATCH! Photos and archive footage courtesy of the Andrew P M Wright Collection. ..

60 MIN

$25.00 Ex Tax: $22.73

The Royal Scot
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The Royal Scot

Drivers Eye View Euston to Preston (Part 1) The Royal Scot, InterCity West Coast’s crack express from Euston to Glasgow. Part 1 covers the first leg from London Euston scheduled to run non-stop to Preston at a maximum speed of 110mph aboard a class 87 locomotive. The route takes us via Watford Junction, Milton Keynes, Rugby, Stafford and Crewe. Due to a broken rail, the train takes an unplanned switch to the slow line for a few miles to the north of Watford Junction. With no intermediate station stops, this Driver’s Eye View is more continuous than most. There are of course, numerous shots taken inside the cab as well as from the trackside. Written by established author John Boynton, much of the History of this former LNWR route is here. NOTE: 140 minute journey edited to 90 minutes approx. WIGAN not seen from cab due to technical fault. Preston to Glasgow Central (Part 2) Britain’s West Coast Mainline viewed from the cab of a class 87 electric locomotive a..

189 MIN

$39.00 Ex Tax: $35.45

The Northern Lights
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The Northern Lights

Drivers Eye View Edinburgh to Aberdeen - A GNER InterCity 125 is our viewing platform in another Driver’s Eye View. This superb journey through Scotland takes in both the awe-inspiring Forth and Tay Bridges! North of Dundee, with the sun gradually sinking in the clear blue sky this really is the “Northern Lights”. Travel through Inverkeithing, Kirkcaldy, Leuchars, Dundee, Arbroath, Montrose and Stonehaven before reaching our destination. ..

95 MIN

$34.00 Ex Tax: $30.91

The Invergarry & Fort Augustus Railway
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The Invergarry & Fort Augustus Railway

A number of wealthy individuals wanted to see rail communication brought to the Great Glen of Scotland whatever the cost. They intended the line to run from the West Highland Railway at Spean Bridge all the way to Inverness, but in the end, only 24 miles were built as far as Fort Augustus, roughly half way. ..

100 MIN

$25.00 Ex Tax: $22.73

The Golden Valley
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The Golden Valley

Drivers Eye View Skirting the edge of the Cotswolds the line from Swindon to Gloucester runs through the valley of the River Frome - enchantingly known as the ‘Golden Valley’. The viewing platform for our 36¾ mile journey is a 2-car class 143 Pacer operated by Wessex Trains. Some of the delights of any journey over this route are the classic GWR stations at Kemble and Stroud, little changed over time. As well as the usual shots of the driver at work, trackside runpasts and station sequences, there are aerial shots taken from a helicopter. BONUS FOOTAGE : ‘STEREO TRACKS’ Originally a program in its own right, 30 minutes of railway action chosen with the emphasis on their stereo soundtracks. Now included as a menu-driven bonus on this Driver's Eye View. ..

65 + 30 MIN

$29.00 Ex Tax: $26.36

The Flying Scotsman
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The Flying Scotsman

Drivers Eye View Part 1: East Coast Main Line - London Kings Cross to York: Britain’s fastest railway, the East Coast Main Line, viewed from the cab of a 91 class electric locomotive at the head of the 10.00am “Flying Scotsman” from London Kings Cross to Edinburgh service. PART ONE, covers the first leg of the journey from Kings Cross, calling at Peterborough before arriving at York, just 1hour 50min after departure. That means the majority of the 188 miles is traversed at a speed of 125 mph (an average of 103 mph). Highlights of Part 1 include the exit from Kings Cross with the various tunnels, the infamous Welwyn bottleneck which brings the ECML down to just 2 tracks, the Newark flat crossing, the Selby new line and the Stoke Bank where “Mallard” achieved the world speed record for steam traction. Part 2: East Coast Main Line - York to Edinburgh: PART TWO, covers the second leg of the journey from York to Edinburgh, calling only at Newcastle. The..

180 MIN

$39.00 Ex Tax: $35.45

The Far North
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The Far North

Drivers Eye View Dingwall to Wick and Thurso - Much of the 142 miles from Dingwall to Wick is sparsley inhabited. The line follows the coastal contours through Invergordon to Tain. Instead of taking the direct route across the Dornoch Firth, the line heads inland via Lairg. After Rogart we pass through the long since closed “Mound” station still with its platform for the Dornoch branch intact. We take a look at the remains of their erstwhile line and discover Dornoch station building still surviving. At Golspie the line became the “Duke of Sutherland’s Railway” - one of the longest ever privately built lines. Dunrobin Castle Station is next en route. Here we learn a little about the Third Duke, from his great great grandson Lord Strathnaver. By the time the line reaches Helmsdale the coast has become more rugged than ever. From there it proved absolutely impossible to drive the railway any further along the coast, therefore our t..

105 MIN

$35.00 Ex Tax: $31.82

The Down Fishguard
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The Down Fishguard

Drivers Eye View Swindon to Fishguard - The name Fishguard conjures up a sense of adventure. Rightly so, for the vast majority of travellers, Fishguard is a mere stepping stone on the long journey to Ireland. However the traditional Boat Train starts from London some 4 hours earlier but we join it an hour into its journey at Swindon. The direct line from Swindon, via Bristol Parkway, was built to reduce the journey time from South Wales in conjunction with the Severn Tunnel. For most of our journey in the cab of a First Great Western High Speed Train, we are travelling through Wales on the country's major main line - the South Wales. Engineered by I.K.Brunel it was the last main line to be built to the 7ft broad gauge. Being isolated from the rest of the burgeoning rail network in South Wales, it was converted to standard gauge just years after completion. Today the route is traversed by a half hourly HST to Cardiff and an hourly HST to Swansea. One servi..

115 MIN

$35.00 Ex Tax: $31.82

The Cumbrian Coast
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The Cumbrian Coast

Drivers Eye View Carnforth - Maryport via Barrow-in-Furness - A North West Regional Railways Express whisks us from Carnforth to Barrow-in-Furness via Grange over Sands. The limited stop service is formed by a class 156 Sprinter. We then transfer to a class 153 / Pacer 3-car combination for the section from Barrow to Park South. We rejoin the train in perfect weather near the small village of Bootle for the most scenic part of this semaphore-signalled route. Filmed 1997. ..

96 MIN

$34.00 Ex Tax: $30.91

The Cambrian Coast
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The Cambrian Coast

Drivers Eye View Machynlleth to Barmouth - The most spectacular stretch of the famous Cambrian Coast railway is the 25 miles alongside Cardigan Bay from Machynlleth to Barmouth. The line has been much in the news over recent years and it is easy to appreciate why, from the driving cab of our class 150 “Sprinter”. We reach the magic coastline soon after leaving Dovey Junction (where the Aberystwyth line diverges) and very soon we are traversing the narrow swathe between sea and rockface. After Aberrdyfi (Aberdovey) and Tywyn we encounter the most notorious section of the whole line - the Friog cliffs. Here our 2-car train crawls up and onto the narrowest of ledges cut into the sheer rockface. Two derailments occurred here in years past, on both occassions sending locomotive and crew crashing down to the beach 100ft below. Today a concrete avalanche shelter marks the spot. Finally, of course, there is the half-mile long timber trestle bridge at Barmouth, sti..

80 min

$35.00 Ex Tax: $31.82

TGV Italy France
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TGV Italy France

Turin to Chambery - Drivers Eye View This is a Driver's eye view filmed on board an international train service, TGV 9244 travelling from Milan to Paris through the Alps. We board the TGV, 90 minutes into its journey at the brand new station of Turin Porta Susa, for a spectacular ride through the Alpine scenery. On-board cameras show the view of the road and the driver working with the Italian SCMT train speed control system. The climb towards the Alpine backdrop is relentless, starting gently at first but then increasing to as steep as 1 in 33, close to the maximum for conventional adhesion based railway vehicles. The summit is reached inside the 8 1/2 mile long Fréjus tunnel, the first through the Alps opened in 1871 at the time the longest tunnel in the world! With tunnel lighting, we can actually see it as the driver does. Once in France we continue with the Italian crew and Italian signalling until we reach Modane. Now the French crew takes over and we desce..

123 MIN

$45.00 Ex Tax: $40.91

Strasbourg to Paris BLU-RAY
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Strasbourg to Paris BLU-RAY

Drivers Eye View This is a Driver's eye view of the LGV Est, the high speed line from Eastern France. Filmed in 2011 before the final section was built, we benefit from seeing the scenic classic main line for about half the length of this production. Our journey begins in the capital of the Alsace wine-growing region of France. Our train is a classic TGV Réseau, the original and iconic high speed train. This is the 1203 to Paris Gare de l'est. For the first half of our journey we travel over the traditional main line towards Nancy. Our TGV has just one intermediate stop at Saverne. Maximum line speed is 160 kmh or 100 mph. We travel through an exceptionally scenic part of France running alongside the Marne-Rhine canal and through a number of tunnels. After approximately 115 kms, we join the LGV Est. Now our speed doubles to 320 kmh or 200 mph as we leave the control of lineside signals and come under the control of the TVM 430 in-cab signalling system. This is over..

103 MIN

$40.00 Ex Tax: $36.36

Strasbourg to Paris
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Strasbourg to Paris

Drivers Eye View This is a Driver's eye view of the LGV Est, the high speed line from Eastern France. Filmed in 2011 before the final section was built, we benefit from seeing the scenic classic main line for about half the length of this production. Our journey begins in the capital of the Alsace wine-growing region of France. Our train is a classic TGV Réseau, the original and iconic high speed train. This is the 1203 to Paris Gare de l'est. For the first half of our journey we travel over the traditional main line towards Nancy. Our TGV has just one intermediate stop at Saverne. Maximum line speed is 160 kmh or 100 mph. We travel through an exceptionally scenic part of France running alongside the Marne-Rhine canal and through a number of tunnels. After approximately 115 kms, we join the LGV Est. Now our speed doubles to 320 kmh or 200 mph as we leave the control of lineside signals and come under the control of the TVM 430 in-cab signalling system. This is over..

103 MIN

$39.00 Ex Tax: $35.45

Steam through the Scottish Highlands
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Steam through the Scottish Highlands

The “Road to the Isles” - Join Clive Anderson as he takes his first class seat on a journey of discovery over Britain’s most scenic railway – the “Road to the Isles” from Fort William to Mallaig. Clive confesses to a wave of nostalgia as he recognizes a familiar sound from his childhood – the beat of a steam engine. He sees the summit of Ben Nevis, Britain’s highest mountain, visits a whisky distillery, the railway museum at Glenfinnan and witnesses fish being landed and processed at Mallaig. All the while, Clive chats to those on board the train with stories to tell, from the business of actually running the steam train to the restoration of the veteran engine – which was scrapped and deemed beyond repair – to a real-life Jacobite, the secretary of the ’45 association. ..

60 MIN

$35.00 Ex Tax: $31.82

Steam on 35mm - Volume 3 and 4
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Steam on 35mm - Volume 3 and 4

Volune 3: This selection features out-takes from “Brief Encounter”. Filmed at night in 1945, these shots never made it into the finished production but nonetheless retain all the atmosphere of the original film. There are various “takes” of the classic LMS local services arriving at Carnforth as well as express runbys - actually filmed at Watford Junction! Out-takes from “The 39 Steps” are also featured. The first version (filmed in black & white) shows LNER arrivals and departures from Edinburgh Waverley in 1935. The 2nd version (in colour) also features action at Waverley as well as on the Forth Bridge in 1958. Additionally there are sequences taken for back projection, i.e. a 35mm camera was placed at the rear of the train and filmed the complete departure from Waverley - not a Driver’s Eye View but a Guard’s Eye View! Highlights include: GWR Paddington (1937, 1954), Golant Halt, the Looe branch etc. etc., runbys on the Oban line ..

120 MIN

$35.00 Ex Tax: $31.82

Steam on 35mm - Volume 1 and 2
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Steam on 35mm - Volume 1 and 2

Volume 1 - The 30s, 40s, 50s and 60s: Having spent much time and effort VIDEO 125 discovered a collection of professional 35mm film on Britain’s railways that had been largely unseen, which enabled us to bring to you some fascinating glimpses of the railway scene from the 1930s to the 1950s. Unlike other railway archive videos, which were shot by amateurs mostly as “home movies” and mostly on 8mm film, those in this production were taken for feature films such as “The Ladykillers”, “Train of Events”, “The Good Companions”, “Return to Yesterday”, but never actually used. They include trains out of Euston just north of the Euston Bank (1948), Copenhagen Tunnel (1955), Paddington arrivals & departures (1939), Dawlish sea wall expresses (1939), The Waterloo mainline at West Weybridge (1941), Salisbury Tunnel Junction (1959), a driver’s eye view of Newcastle Station (1930), and dozens of miscellaneous runbys depict..

118 MIN

$35.00 Ex Tax: $31.82

SkyeTrain
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SkyeTrain

Drivers Eye View Inverness to Kyle of Lochalsh - The Dingwall & Skye Railway is undoubtedly one of Britain’s most beautiful lines and now you have the chance of seeing it as the Driver does - from the cab! Shot in mid-summer, the route is seen at its most spectacular! We begin with our train departing from Inverness, hauled by a class 37 diesel. From there to Dingwall we travel alongside the Beauly Firth and witness some of the last remaining Highland Railway semaphores still in operation. At Dingwall we enter the R.E.T.B. system (Radio Electronic Token Block) and turn due west for the Highlands! We traverse the summits at Ravens Rock, Corriemoillie and Luib (the highest at 646ft) and stations such as Garve, Achnasheen and Strathcarron set amidst the beautiful Highland scenery. Finally, the most spectacular section, Stromeferry to Kyle on the shores of Loch Carron. In addition there are features on the long closed branch to the spa town at Strathpeffer..

90 MIN

$30.00 Ex Tax: $27.27

Settle and Carlisle
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Settle and Carlisle

Drivers / Birds Eye View The Settle and Carlisle Railway is renowned for its spectacular scenery and what better way to appreciate it than in the midsummer sunshine. For the first time you will see the line from the air as well as from the ground in this all new production. We join our 2 car Sprinter at Skipton. Operated by Arriva Trains Northern, this fast service takes us through the restored junction station at Hellifield complete with semaphore signalling. We join the famous long drag at Settle Junction - 15 miles of almost continuous climb up to Blea Moor. The fully restored 24 arch Ribblehead viaduct is seen from the air as well as from the driver's cab. Our sprinter disappears into the long tunnels at Blea Moor and Rise Hill while we fly over the top for a surprising view! Our train makes an unscheduled stop at Garsdale before peaking at the famous steam age summit of Ais Gill. The Long Drag is shown almost in real time with Appleby to Carlisle discre..

95 MIN

$35.00 Ex Tax: $31.82

Rosslare to Dublin
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Rosslare to Dublin

Drivers / Birds Eye View This is one of the most interesting and spectacular routes running up the east coast from Rosslare Europort to Dublin Connolly. After running round its train, our class 071 diesel sets off with a rake of Mk 2 coaches. At first the line skirts the coastline alongside the Irish Sea. At Wexford our train slows to walking pace as it traverses the long street- running section next to the harbour. Turning inland, the line follows the course of the River Slaney offering up further magnificent views from the cab. There are only three trains a day on this route and we pass one of them at Enniscorthy. At Wicklow we are back on the coast for a high speed section on long welded track. The overhead wire heralds the start of the Dublin Area Rapid Transit (DART) at Greystones. Soon we encounter the most difficult section to build, at Bray Head. Here the much-photographed tunnels cling on to the side of the sheer rockface. Photographers rarely ..

105 MIN

$35.00 Ex Tax: $31.82

Reading to Waterloo
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Reading to Waterloo

Drivers Eye View This Driver's eye view is the South West Trains service for London Waterloo. Calling at Earley, Winnersh Triangle, Winnersh, Wokingham, Bracknell, Martins Heron, Ascot, Sunningdale, Virginia Water, Egham, Staines, Feltham, Twickenham, Richmond, Clapham Junction and London Waterloo. This is the service from Reading. This train is formed of eight coaches. This busy commuter line has a minimum half hourly service throughout the day including Sundays. Almost all the trains are formed of Alstom Junipers and we follow ours from three signal boxes. Surprisingly, Wokingham signal box is still operated from a traditional lever frame. Our train is then passed to Feltham power 'box. From Richmond, control passes to Wimbledon PSB which takes our train all the way into Waterloo. This Driver's eye view was filmed in the summer sunshine of 2013. ..

76 MIN

$39.00 Ex Tax: $35.45

Piccadilly
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Piccadilly

Drivers Eye View Rayners Lane to Cockfosters / Acton Town to Heathrow - The Piccadilly line has two branches, one from Uxbridge in Middlesex and the other from Heathrow Airport both joining at Acton Town. This Driver's eye view begins in the reversing siding at Rayners Lane and takes you right through the centre of the capital and out into the North London suburbs. Emerging from tunnel at Arnos Grove our train continues to Cockfosters in Hertfordshire. The section between Acton Town and Hammersmith is unique in being the only tube line to feature express running - leaving the parallel District line to provide the stopping service. We then go back to Acton Town and join another 1973 stock train for a Driver's eye view of the Heathrow Airport branch. This line, much of which was built by the District Railway, has another unique feature for a tube line, a quadruple track section from Acton Town to Northfields. As well as seeing four closed stations from the dr..

105 MIN

$35.00 Ex Tax: $31.82

Pathe Railway Pictorial
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Pathe Railway Pictorial

VIDEO 125 presents a nostalgic trip through the archives of British Pathe. Of all the cinema newsreels Pathe News is the most widely remembered. From the 1930s to the 1960s Pathe covered a dozen or so news stories every week and of course many of those featured railways - being the main form of transport. In addition to newsreels, Pathe produced a regular magazine program entitled Pathe Pictorial. As with the newsreels, railways also featured regularly and we have selected no less than 37 stories taken from those 35mm archives. The news stories run from 1935 to 1955 but the larger selection is of Pathe Pictorials from 1934 to 1964 depicting a fascinating side of the railways long-forgotten! Pathe News GWR streamline loco 1935 / GWR viaduct demolition Llanbradach 1937 / Steam scrapyard Swindon 1938 / Sir Nigel Gresley LNER 50 years of progress 1938 / New SR Electric loco Waterloo 1942 / Whitemoor Marshalling Yard Cambridgeshire 1949 / Trains running again after end of national rail ..

61 MIN

$30.00 Ex Tax: $27.27

One Day in Severn
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One Day in Severn

A day in the life of Shrewsbury’s Severn Bridge Junction Signal Box. Europe’s largest surviving mechanical signal box is seen here as never before - on video. This is the most comprehensive railway video production ever undertaken. We employed a multi-camera outside broadcast unit for “LIVE” continuity. Shot on the 30th June 1990, a busy summer Saturday, there is plenty of action to witness. The program starts with a thorough description of the area controlled by the box and looks inside all three fringe boxes as well. HTV presenter Arfon Haines Davies then discusses events as they happen ‘live’ with the Area Movements Inspector Bernard Hitch. The program is divided into three main sessions: one in the morning and two in the afternoon. There are original DMU’s and Sprinters as well as class 37s & 47s. The star attraction is steam loco “Duke of Gloucester” passing through on a rail-tour. ..

105 MIN

$25.00 Ex Tax: $22.73

Omnibus Archive
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Omnibus Archive

Omnibus London Archive takes a nostalgic trip back to the streets of London with professional 16mm film productions and 35mm movie film shot for the cinema From London’s first horse buses of the early 1900s we follow the development of the bus through the B, K and NS types to the STs and LTs of the 1930s. Then we see the RTs, RTLs and RTWs of the 40s and 50s, ending with some magnificent colour film from the 1960s introducing the famous routemaster as we shall always remember them. Omnibus UK Archive takes us on a journey around the United Kingdom from the South Coast of England to the Highlands of Scotland, looking at many different bus operators from 1949 to 1971 but also includes many re-war vehicles filmed at the same time. This fabulous collection includes film from the Southern Counties Touring Society, Geoffrey Ashwell’s film collection and the magnificent British Transport Films Unit. Features buses from Maidstone, Brighton, Eastbourne, Provincial, Midland Red, N..

105 MIN

$25.00 Ex Tax: $22.73

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