Video 125

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Northern
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Northern

Drivers Eye View  - City and West End Edgware to Morden via Bank This video begins at Edgware in Middlesex for the overground section to Golders Green. Then into the long tube tunnel into the underground’s deepest station at Hampstead followed by the complex junction at Camden Town where the High Barnet branch joins. Here the City Branch and West End branches diverge. We take the City branch via Bank and London Bridge to converge again at Kennington for the final section to Morden in Surrey. The video was filmed in bright weather using the latest DIGITAL cameras. The pictures in the tube tunnels can only be described as fantastic. Kennington to High Barnet via Charing Cross, Finchley Central to Mill Hill East. This video starts off with the fascinating Kennington reversing loop. We then run over the West End branch via Charing Cross to join up with the City branch again at Camden Town. Our 1995 stock train emerges from the tunnel into the four platform East Finc..

117 MIN

$35.00 Ex Tax: $31.82

Norfolk Branches
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Norfolk Branches

Drivers Eye View Norwich to Lowestoft, Great Yarmouth to Brundall, Norwich to Sheringham, and Reedham to Great Yarmouth via Berney Arms – East Anglia is synonymous with the Norfolk Broads and is the pleasure-ground of thousands of holidaymakers, many of whom still travel by train. The branch lines feature traditional semaphore signals and wooden level crossing gates – opened and shut by hand. Add the unique marsh landscape, the swing bridges at Reedham and Somerleyton and the long-forgotten lineside telephone poles and wires still in use, the railways of Norfolk offer a variety all of their own. ..

93 MIN

$35.00 Ex Tax: $31.82

Midland Mainline
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Midland Mainline

Drivers Eye View London to Sheffield - The Midland mainline begins appropriately at the ultimate statement of Victorian railway optimism and pride – St. Pancras Station in London. Filmed from the cab of a High Speed Train, the first 50 miles are under the wires of Thameslink as far as Bedford. Then Sharnbrook, Desborough and Kibworth summits follow in quick succession, these banks infamous in steam days. Nowadays the first stop is Leicester – a distance of 100 miles! A change of scene as we head north from Derby through the delightful Peak district stopping at Chesterfield and terminating at Sheffield. ..

99 MIN

$34.00 Ex Tax: $30.91

Metropolitan Main Line
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Metropolitan Main Line

Drivers Eye View Aldgate to Amersham - Chesham - Watford – Uxbridge - You’ve seen the Hammersmith and City line, now here’s the mainline from the Driver’s cab of a refurbished “A stock” train. In “Metropolitan and District” you saw the world’s first underground railway travelling in an easterly direction. Now you can see it the other way as far as Baker Street. Here we take the diverging Junction into one of the four dedicated platforms, from where, until recently, all off-peak services terminated. From here northwards the railway is literally unique, the legacy of the Metropolitan railway’s ambitions to be a mainline in it’s own right. Retaining the Underground’s only fleet of commuter-style trains, the A60 / 62 stock is seen in the midst of a major refurbishment program. As well as the fast run to Amersham, much of it over multiple tracks, we take the branches to Uxbridge and Watford - the la..

90 MIN

$35.00 Ex Tax: $31.82

Metro
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Metro

Drivers Eye View Line 5 & 6 of the Paris Metro Paris’s integrated transport system, run by RATP, is the envy of cities throughout the world. It consists of buses, trams, regional express railways and of course the famous Paris Metro. Over a dozen lines criss cross the capital of France and arguably the most interesting are Lines 5 and 6. Line 5 - Is mostly in tunnel and runs on conventional steel wheels from Place d’Italie in the south for 9 miles to Bobigny Pablo Picasso in the north. The line surfaces to cross the River Seine before plunging back into tunnel to run via stations such as Bastille, Gare de’ l’est and Gare du Nord. Line 6 - Is very different. Firstly, it runs on rubber tyres - RATP’s preferred technology. Secondly, it runs mostly overground on viaducts – reminiscent of New York’s famous elevated subway. Starting to the west of Paris at Charles de Gaulle Etoile (beneath the Arc de Triomphe) the line surfaces to cro..

73 MIN

$35.00 Ex Tax: $31.82

Marseille to Paris
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Marseille to Paris

Drivers Eye View Completed in June 2001, the LGV Méditerranée joined up with the LGV Rhône Alpes and the original Paris / Lyon TGV line completing the link between Marseille and Paris. Now is your chance to see this truly amazing feat of engineering from the cab of a Duplex (double deck) TGV. The Ligne a Grande Vitesse (LGV) features dozens of massive viaducts, tunnels and earthworks cutting a swathe through the French countryside (with no expense spared) to allow for very high speed running. Marseille vies with Lyon to be the second City of France. Having a population of 1.25 million, as well as being the gateway to the French Riviera, there is ample demand for a high speed rail service with the capital. To make the service comparable with air, a target journey time of three hours was set for the 466 mile route. This could only be achieved with an average start to stop speed of around 155 miles an hour. Our non- stop service achieves just that taking us over the..

107 MIN

$35.00 Ex Tax: $31.82

Look at Life in the 60s - Military Aviation
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Look at Life in the 60s - Military Aviation

Here we present six of those films, showing various aspects of Military Aviation as it was in the 1960s. GOLDEN WINGS (1962), BLACK ARROWS (1959), FLIGHT DECK (1960), TEST PILOT (1961), TURNING BLADES (1962), JUMPING JETS (1965). Presented by Rob Curling from the Brooklands Museum, Weybridge.   ..

55 MIN

$25.00 Ex Tax: $22.73

Look at Life in the 60s - Civil Aviation
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Look at Life in the 60s - Civil Aviation

The Rank Organization produced a weekly series of short films for showing in Odeon cinemas up and down the country in the 1960s. Undiscovered until now we have chosen six showing the aircraft industry as it was in the 1960s. AIR HOSTESS (Heathrow 1960), CONTROLLED LANDING (Heathrow 1961), CITY OF THE AIR (Heathrow, Gatwick & Stansted 1963), FLYING TO WORK (Various 1964), THE SPIRIT OF BROOKLANDS (Weybridge 1965), THE BIG TAKE OFF (Farnborough, Filton, Bristol & Derby 1967) Presented by Rob Curling from the Brooklands Museum, Weybridge. ..

55 MIN

$25.00 Ex Tax: $22.73

Lickey Voyager
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Lickey Voyager

Drivers Eye View We join an Exeter to Newcastle service formed of a five car Virgin Super Voyager at Bristol Temple Meads station. The limited stop service calls next at Bristol Parkway before branching off the Great Western onto the former Bristol and Gloucester Railway. By-passing Gloucester by means of the south loop, the next stop is Cheltenham Spa. Now we run non-stop all the way to Birmingham New Street via Bromsgrove and the notorious Lickey Incline. This is the two mile long ascent of the Lickey Hills at a gradient of 1 in 37¾, the steepest bank on any main line in Great Britain. From Birmingham New Street our class 221 takes the former Birmingham and Derby Junction Railway running non-stop at up to 125 miles an hour through Tamworth and Burton on Trent to reach the county town of Derbyshire. The fascinating history of the route is related by Alan Hardwick, long-time anchor of Yorkshire Television’s evening news program Calendar. This Driver..

112 MIN

$35.00 Ex Tax: $31.82

Learning to Steam
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Learning to Steam

Here is your chance to find out how to actually drive a steam train, through the eyes of life long steam enthusiast and HTV Wales presenter, Arfon Haines Davies. Arfon spent a week on the Great Central Railway finding out almost everything a trainee footplate member needs to know. After a look at the 1830 replica locomotive Planet and a spell in the classroom, Arfon is shown around Clun Castle by GCR Locomotive Superintendent Phil Wheeldon. Starting at the bottom, just as a real trainee would have done 40 years ago, Arfon first becomes a Cleaner then gradually progresses up the ladder with ex BR Fireman Ray Martin teaching him the act of firing. Ex BR Driver Bill Gwilt then takes over to explain how to oil and prepare the loco followed by how to drive. Arfon then takes the controls of Clun Castle in charge of a seven coach “express” running from Loughborough Central to Rothley. Multiple cameras capture all the thrills of this ultimate footplate experience,..

92 MIN

$25.00 Ex Tax: $22.73

Kent Coast
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Kent Coast

Drivers Eye View Ramsgate to London Victoria via Margate, Chatham and Rochester. The start of our journey around the north eastern tip of the Isle of Thanet is the seaside town of Ramsgate. The town has been on the railway map since 1846. Eventually two rival companies served the town for over fifty years until the Southern Railway built a connecting line between the two. Even today, there are two main routes into the town, one via Ashford from Charing Cross and the route we are taking via Chatham into London Victoria. Our 4 coach class 375 Electrostar starts off as the hourly fast service calling at selected stations to Faversham. Here we join up with a similar 4 car set from Dover. We then call at Sittingbourne and the Medway Towns of Rainham, Gillingham, Chatham and Rochester. Once over the Medway itself, our 8 coach train runs fast to Victoria calling only at Bromley South. This journey is shown virtually in real time. Made with the co-operation of Sou..

100 MIN

$34.00 Ex Tax: $30.91

Jubilee
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Jubilee

Drivers Eye View Another route full of interest, running from Stanmore in Middlesex over the branch originally built by the Metropolitan. At Wembley Park the Jubilee runs alongside the current Metropolitan all the way to Finchley Road. From there to Baker Street is through the cast iron tunnels of the former Bakerloo line. With the junction still in place, we now enter the original purpose-built Jubilee tunnels for the run to Green Park where the brand new Jubilee line extension begins. Now we can see the wide modern concrete tunnels built by the "new tunneling method" and featuring platform edge doors at the stations. Running through the heart of the Docklands redevelopment - famous for the Canary Wharf Tower and Millennium Dome, our "1996 stock" train surfaces again at Canning Town in East London. Video 125 cameras have captured the best pictures ever of an underground line. With cameras in the cab, on the platforms, and even in the tunnels..

85 MIN

$35.00 Ex Tax: $31.82

Intercity Norwich
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Intercity Norwich

Drivers Eye View Norwich to London’s Liverpool Street - A class 86 electric locomotive hauls a train of predominantly Mk2 coaches in BR InterCity colours. InterCity Anglia being the last of the former sectors to retain the distinctive livery in privatisation. W ith a top speed of 100mph, the hourly service trains normally cover the 115 miles between the capital of East Anglia and London’s Liverpool Street station in well under 2 hours, giving us an opportunity to see this interesting route almost in entirety. ..

90 MIN

$35.00 Ex Tax: $31.82

HST West and HST Far West
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HST West and HST Far West

Drivers Eye View Exeter to Plymouth (and Saltash) - The Devon mainline is best known for its coastal scenery and its gradients. A five minute dash from Exeter finds us on the famous sea wall at Dawlish, from there we continue along the coast to Teignmouth and then head inland to Newton Abbot. After climbing Dainton Bank we drift down to Totnes where we take a look at the Dart Valley Steam Railway. Rattery Bank follows as we head out over the edge of Dartmoor, through South Brent and scenic Ivybridge. Plymton, Laira depot and Plymouth soon follow. The grand finale is the run to the awe-inspiring Royal Albert Bridge at Saltash - Brunel’s greatest masterpiece - and we see it all from the cab! Both GWR semaphores and multiple-aspect colour light signals feature. Soon after filming all the semaphores were removed! In addition we also look at the atmospheric pump houses at Starcross. Filmed 1986. Saltash to Penzance - HST Far West begins where “HST West” finishes - wi..

180 MIN

$39.00 Ex Tax: $35.45

HST Great West
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HST Great West

Drivers Eye View London / Bath / Bristol / Exeter - The magnificent engineering of Isambard Kingdom Brunel’s original Great Western Railway route is best appreciated from the Driver’s cab. In this case an InterCity 125 High Speed Train. We proceed through the outskirts of London at an exhilarating 125mph, across the Wharncliffe viaduct at Brent (where construction of the GWR actually began in 1835) across the Thames at Maidenhead (the bridge that was expected to fall down) through the horrendously expensive Sonning Cutting to arrive at InterCity’s Gateway station at Reading. Next stop is Swindon (although we take a brief look at broad gauge track at Didcot) followed by a non-stop run to Bath through the famous Box Tunnel (the last section to be opened, well behind schedule). Brunel’s original terminus, with its wooden overall roof, is seen upon arrival at Bristol Temple Meads. There then follows a condensed run down the old Bristol and Exeter Rail..

95 MIN

$34.00 Ex Tax: $30.91

Highland Main Line
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Highland Main Line

Drivers Eye View Perth to Inverness - The latest in the acclaimed Driver's Eye View series puts you in the cab of a brand new ScotRail TurboStar for the 118 mile trip over the Highland mainline. Perth is the gateway to the Highlands and still boasts a large imposing station - the legacy of the Victorian era railway competition. The main line features stretches of double and single track with semaphore block signalling predominating to Aviemore from the eight operational signal boxes. There are stiff climbs to the two summits at Druimuachdar and Slochd, the latter forming the summit of the Inverness cut-off line. This direct line from Aviemore to Inverness was a major feat of civil engineering forced upon the Highland Railway company by the threat of competition. It was completed in 1898 having taken 14 years to build. You will see the two largest structures spanning the rivers Findhorn and Nairn. ..

95 MIN

$34.00 Ex Tax: $30.91

Heart of Wales
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Heart of Wales

Drivers Eye View Swansea - Llandrindod – Shrewsbury: One of Britain’s scenic railways to have survived the ravages of time is the Heart of Wales. As the name suggests, this rural line meanders right through the Welsh Heartland, retaining the atmosphere of a rural cross-country branch line. The normal journey actually takes around 4 hours, so we have condensed this into a video of just 1½ hours of the most interesting and scenic sections. These include the departure from Swansea, the 1 in 52 climb up to Cockett Tunnel, the reversal at Llanelli and the double line from there to Morlais Junction. Nowadays the route is signalled entirely from Pantyffynnon Box, and here we see the line’s last remaining semaphores. Our single car class 153 unit then tackles the famous bank up to Sugar Loaf Tunnel. We de-train at both Llanwrtyd and Llandrindod Wells for a brief look at these typical spa towns. Viaducts witnessed from the cab include Cynghordy a..

93 MIN

$35.00 Ex Tax: $31.82

Ffestiniog and Conwy
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Ffestiniog and Conwy

Drivers Eye View Porthmadog - Blaenau Ffestiniog (Narrow Gauge) Blaenau Ffestiniog - Llandudno (Standard Gauge) The 13.5 mile line was of course built to carry slate and for many years worked by gravity. We travel aboard one of the famous double Fairlie steam locos - “Merddin Emrys”. The ride is typically rocky in places, as you might expect. The terrain changes from the wide open “Cob” at Porthmadog, to the fertile wooded valley in the vale of Ffestiniog, to the slate capital itself. The BR line, originally LNWR, was built in order to capitalise on the slate traffic as well. Within the first mile, on board a class 101 DMU, we pass the old mine and quarry workings and enter the 2¼ mile long Ffestiniog tunnel, Britain’s longest single mainline railway tunnel. At the end of the tunnel is the wild & remote Lledr Valley. At Betws y Coed we stop briefly to explore the Conwy Valley Railway Museum. The line then levels out an..

91 MIN

$45.00 Ex Tax: $40.91

Eurostar - Brussels to London St.Pancras BLU-RAY
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Eurostar - Brussels to London St.Pancras BLU-RAY

Drivers Eye View This is a Driver’s eye view from a class 373 Eurostar, the 0929 Brussels Midi to London St Pancras International calling at Lille Europe and Ebbsfleet International. Riding with the driver at speeds up to 300 kilometres an hour, or 186 miles an hour, we see almost the entire route in virtual real time and in high definition. We also follow our train’s progress through Belgium, France, the Channel Tunnel and England from the five rail control centres that are responsible for the high speed route. There are two bonus features: 1. Temple Mills Depot. 2.Comings and goings at Brussels Midi. As well as English and French commentary options, the Blu-ray version (only) has a commentary on/off option. ..

120 MIN

$35.00 Ex Tax: $31.82

Eurostar - Brussels to London St.Pancras
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Eurostar - Brussels to London St.Pancras

Drivers Eye View This is the normal DVD version of our new Driver’s eye view from Brussels Midi to London St Pancras International calling at Lille Europe and Ebbsfleet International. Riding with the driver at speeds up to 300 kilometres an hour, or 186 miles an hour, we see almost the entire route in virtual real time. We also follow our train’s progress through Belgium, France, the Channel Tunnel and England from the five rail control centres that are responsible for the high speed route. There are two bonus features: 1. Temple Mills Depot. 2.Comings and goings at Brussels Midi. Narration is by Jonathan Kydd. There is also a French commentary (selected in the menu) by Yves Aubert. Total running time 120 minutes. Picture format 16:9 widescreen. Digital stereo soundtracks. Running times in the Channel Tunnel and London Tunnels 1 and 2 have been reduced by about 50%. ..

120 MIN

$35.00 Ex Tax: $31.82

Enterprise - Dublin to Belfast
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Enterprise - Dublin to Belfast

Drivers Eye View The Dublin to Belfast route is 113½ miles long. Our journey begins at Dublin’s Connolly Station. For the first few miles we proceed through the rapidly re-generating suburbs under the wires of the Dublin Area Rapid Transit. At Malahide we leave the wires behind us as our train runs over a magnificent causeway and alongside the sea at Skerries. Drogheda is the first stop. Back in 1845 trains could go no further until the wide River Boyne was bridged by a large viaduct completed a whole ten years later. Now you can see the box girder viaduct from the cab. The next stop is Dundalk, following which we face a similar long drag to that on the Settle and Carlisle line in England. Now we cross the border into Northern Ireland calling first at Newry. Immediately beyond the utilitarian station we cross Craigmore viaduct - Ireland’s highest. The scenery is no less spectacular as the line climbs up and through Poyntzpass. The fin..

110 MIN

$35.00 Ex Tax: $31.82

East London and District
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East London and District

Drivers Eye View The East London Line is one of the smallest autonomous operations on the Underground, with its own depot at New Cross. Services alternate between the two southern termini of New Cross and New Cross Gate. Our journey on board an ‘A’ stock train begins at the former and takes us through the very oldest part of civil engineering on the underground network, Marc Brunel’s 1843 tunnel under the Thames. Peak services continue to Shoreditch which is where our journey ends. Our second journey starts at Richmond where we board a ‘D’ stock train running along the District Line’s main artery from Earl’s Court along the bottom half of the Circle line to Tower Hill, beyond which the line joins up with the Hammersmith and City line to Barking. We then continue all the way to Upminster. This most intensive route sees trains running with intervals of only two to three minutes. The journey time from Richmond to Upminster is approximately 9..

140 MIN

$35.00 Ex Tax: $31.82

East Coastway & Marshlink
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East Coastway & Marshlink

Drivers Eye View The hourly Southern service to Ashford (Kent) nowadays starts at Brighton, running fast to Eastbourne stopping only at Lewes and Polegate. At Eastbourne the 2-car class 171 diesel multiple unit reverses to continue along the coast to Hastings calling at Bexhill and St Leonards Warrior Square. Our train continues beneath the semaphore signals towards Ore where the third rail runs out. From here we run fast along the single line to the ancient town of Rye. Now we run across Romney Marsh, the flat landscape giving the line its name. After the unstaffed halt at Appledore, situated roughly one mile from the village, our train calls at one of the staggered platforms of Ham Street Station followed by the terminus at Ashford International. We then jump back to Lewes and join the driver in the cab of a 3-car class 377 electric multiple unit for the short trip down the scenic branch line to Seaford. Calling at Newhaven Town and Harbour the line becomes single and continues..

112 + 37 MIN

$39.00 Ex Tax: $35.45

Dublin to Sligo
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Dublin to Sligo

Drivers Eye View In 2004, the Intercity route to Sligo was still traversed by diesel locomotive-hauled trains. 2004 was destined to be their penultimate year of operation before route modernisation and the inauguration of DMU traction. Our train of Mk 2 coaches – hauled by class 071 locomotive 088, starts its journey in one of the terminal platforms at Dublin’s Connolly Station. The line follows the course of the Royal Canal most of the way to Mullingar - the railway having actually purchased the canal before building the line. After leaving the western suburbs of the capital, the line is controlled by time-honoured electric key token block sections and semaphore signaling. Many level crossing gates are still opened and shut by hand. As well as seeing this scenic line from the driver’s cab, there are the usual trackside shots, shots of the drivers and signalmen at work and aerial shots taken from a helicopter accompanying our train all the way to ..

114 MIN

$35.00 Ex Tax: $31.82

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