Video 125

Buy Video 125 train videos online from Train Pictures. Direct from the UK, Video 125 is widely acclaimed for extraordinary productions for railway enthusiasts. Formed in 1984, the company has grown to become the UK’s favourite railway video producer. As the Australian distributor, look no further than Train Pictures to buy Video 125 train videos online – we offer a super special DOUBLE REWARDS deal when purchasing Video 125 titles from our website… TWO REWARDS STICKERS ON EACH TITLE! Explore our pages of exciting railroad footage from England, Wales, Ireland, Scotland and Europe.


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Dublin to Cork
V125DEVD050

Dublin to Cork

Drivers Eye View Now you can see the route for yourself, travelling aboard a General Motors’ class 201 diesel locomotive heading the 10.00 Heuston to Cork. The train is scheduled to cover the 165 miles between the Capital and Ireland’s second city in 2 hours 50 minutes, running at speeds of up to 100 miles an hour and calling at just three intermediate stations en route, Thurles being the first, a distance of 86 miles. At the rear of our train is a streamlined driving trailer - literally the sharp end of investment in new Intercity rolling stock. Ireland’s premier line was built by the Great Southern and Western Railway in stages from 1846 and is double tracked throughout. Dubliner Henry Kelly delivers the historical and contemporary narration. Multiple cameras follow the progress of our train from within the cab, trackside, stations and even the CTC Central Traffic Control Centre at Connolly. ..

110 MIN

$35.00 Ex Tax: $31.82

Diesel and Electric on 35mm - Volume 3
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Diesel and Electric on 35mm - Volume 3

A compilation of recently discovered 35 mm motion picture outtakes. Divided into four main categories, these hitherto unseen sequences show all kinds of nostalgic action from the late 1950s all the way through to the early 1970s. Diesel: A classic mix of first generation diesel locomotives in both green and blue liveries filmed in a wide variety of locations throughout Britain. Gems include Green 47s, Peaks, Warships, Deltics, DMUs etc. Electric: Electric Multiple Units in early and late liveries from various BR regions, along with blue AC locomotives on the WCML. Gems include green Nelson EMUs and Hastings DEMUs (included in this section along with EMUs in the same location). Underground: For tube lovers there are shots of red 1920's ‘standard’ stock on the Central line as well as blue examples on the Isle of Wight. Red 1938 stock, silver and red District line stock are further gems! Driving cab sequences: Film shot from the drivers’ cabs, showin..

60 MIN

$35.00 Ex Tax: $31.82

Diesel and Electric on 35mm - Volume 1 and 2
V125AD355

Diesel and Electric on 35mm - Volume 1 and 2

Volume 1: This production features modern traction from the early years (1930s to the early 1970s). Wallow in the nostalgia of Deltics, Warships, Westerns, 25s, 40s, 45s, and the Blue Pullmans. Plus AC Electrics, 20s, 47s, & DMU’s in their early liveries. Also featured are 1st generation EMU’s going back to the 1930s. As is the case with “Steam on 35mm, The 30s, 40s & 50s” all the footage in this production originates from 35mm film shot for TV programs and feature films. Most of the material was never used and was confined to the film vaults until we discovered it. One of the most remarkable shots features a class 16 in action, a class rarely photographed let alone filmed! You will also find footage of the prototype Deltic and LMS 10000 & 10001. This production gives a valuable insight into Britain’s Railways during the transition from steam to diesel / electric and will bring pleasant memories of the classes that have since been superseded, ..

120 MIN

$35.00 Ex Tax: $31.82

Cornish Branches
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Cornish Branches

Drivers Eye View Looe - Liskeard, Lostwithiel - Fowey, Par - Newquay, Falmouth - Truro, St Erth - St Ives. To compliment HST FAR WEST and the mainline through Cornwall, here are the branches. Cornwall is renowned for its spectacular scenery and there is no better way of experiencing it than travelling over the country’s railways in the Driver’s Cab. No less than 5 branches are featured, in fact all passenger lines and one freight. The scenery of the Looe branch with the interesting reversal and climb from Coombe Junction, the freight only branch at Fowey, running alongside the picturesque river, the meandering Newquay branch, the Falmouth branch still with its original mainline infrastructure and finally the classic coastal railway over golden sands to St Ives. All motive power is first generation DMUs on the passenger branches (single & two car) and class 37 on the Fowey branch. Filmed 1991. ..

91 MIN

$35.00 Ex Tax: $31.82

Connex Express
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Connex Express

Drivers Eye View Brighton to London Victoria - A Driver’s Eye View from Brighton to London Victoria taken from a refurbished class 319 electric locomotive. This fast run is shown in full. The train runs non-stop to East Croydon not even stopping at Gatwick Airport! Then to Victoria non-stop through Clapham Junction. ..

60 MIN

$29.00 Ex Tax: $26.36

Classic Train Journeys - Ireland
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Classic Train Journeys - Ireland

Unique Drivers Eye Views With cameras placed inside the driver’s cab and in helicopters flying overhead, you get a privileged seat on this thrilling journey around the coasts, along the plains and through the mountains of the Emerald Isle. Highlights include: Rosslare to Dublin East Coast Line; Tullamore Steam Special; The Westport Line; Dublin to Sligo, The Cavan and Leitrim narrow gauge railway; The Lartigue Monorailway; Mallow to Tralee; Tralee and Blennerville Steam Railway... and much much more. ..

60 MIN

$30.00 Ex Tax: $27.27

Classic Railway Newsreels
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Classic Railway Newsreels

John Huntley and VIDEO 125 present a selection of fascinating Cinema newsreels. Vol.1 – Steam The 41 steam stories include - EARLY NEWSREELS: Corris Railway (1926), Old Locos eg. Puffing Billy (1926), Leek & Manifold (1927), Royal Scot in USA (1933), Silver Jubilee (1935), Coronation Scot (1937). WORLD WAR 2 & AFTER: Building “Austerities” (1943), GWR Oil Firing experiment (1946), Reopening of the RHDR (1946), Nationalisation (1948), Tavern in a Train (1949), Princess Elizabeth (1950), Doncaster Loco Spotters (1951). CRASHES: Bourne End (1945), Harrow & Wealdstone (1952), Sutton Coldfield (1955), Rugby (1955), Didcot (1955), Welwyn (1957), Lewisham (1957). END OF STEAM: Southwold Closes (1929), Brill Closes (1935), Last Crewe-built loco (1958), Longmoor Closes (1959), Last Swindon-built loco (1960), Last BR Steam Paddington (1965), Last BR Horse Newmarket (1967), End of steam Swindon (1968). PRESERVATION: Painting Forth Bridge (1927), Ffestiniog Centen..

120 min

$34.95 Ex Tax: $31.77

Belfast to Londonderry
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Belfast to Londonderry

Drivers Eye View A C3000 CAF DMU takes us on a journey over Northern Ireland’s longest railway (96¼ miles). We start at Belfast’s Great Victoria Street Station reopened in 1995 and subsequently allowing all lines to converge here for the first time. After Belfast Central our train climbs up and over the new multi-million pound cross harbour-link which was the catalyst for the metamorphosis of Northern Ireland’s rail network. Shortly after passing York Road depot the Larne Harbour line branches off and we continue on the new 90 mph reinstated line to Antrim. From there we reach the populous towns of Ballymena, Ballymoney and Coleraine. Now follows the most scenic section from Coleraine to Derry running via the semaphore signalled Castlerock Station and through the atmospheric Castlerock tunnels beside the sea. Further coastal running brings us into Londonderry along the banks of the River Foyle. We then jump back to Coleraine where we boa..

130 MIN

$39.00 Ex Tax: $35.45

Bakerloo & City
V125DEVD052

Bakerloo & City

Drivers Eye View Bakerloo Line with Waterloo and City. The Bakerloo Line is a main artery, connecting four of the capital’s main line railway stations with the heart of London’s West End. The southern terminus at Elephant and Castle consists of just two platforms requiring fast turnarounds to provide the 3 minute service interval. Just under half the 14.5 mile line is in tube tunnel. The 1972 stock trains (amongst the oldest running on the network) surface at Queen’s Park. Roughly one in three continues to Harrow and Wealdstone alongside the West Coast Main Line. As well as seeing the entire route in real time from the Driver’s cab we also peek inside the Bakerloo Line’s signalling and control centre at Baker Street. The Waterloo and City line is LUL’s smallest self contained operation running for just over 1.5 miles between Waterloo and Bank. We see the whole line from the Driver’s cab of a recently refurbished 1992 stock ..

64 MIN

$34.95 Ex Tax: $31.77

Aberdeen to Inverness
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Aberdeen to Inverness

Drivers Eye View The railway between Aberdeen and Inverness was built by the Great North of Scotland Railway, the Inverness and Aberdeen Junction and the Inverness and Nairn, the former two companies meeting end on at Keith. Of the 50 stations that have come and gone over the years, ten remain open. In little over a hundred miles we encounter 16 existing, or former, rail junctions – on average one every seven miles - a remarkable testament to the commercial rivalry and duplicity of lines between the Highland and GNSR companies in the latter half of the 19th Century. Today the route is operated by First Scotrail and plied by class 158 ‘Express Sprinters’. The route is mostly of single line and features tokenless block and electric key token sections controlled from manual signal boxes with semaphore signals. This scenic route was filmed in sunny or good weather from the cab, from the trackside and from the air. Much of the fascinating history is to..

112 MIN + Extra

$35.00 Ex Tax: $31.82

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