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New Zealand Steam Diary 2008/9

This three disc set chronicles the New Zealand steam scene between October 2008 and February 2009. It begins with the railtours arranged as part of the event celebrating the centenary of the opening of the North Island Main Trunk and concludes with...

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New Zealand Railways - Line-by-Line

This four disc set follows the railways of New Zealand along the various routes, showing the traffic that can be seen. The scenery is as varied as it is attractive with dramatic mountain backdrops, lush farmlands, unspoiled coasts and plenty of wide...

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One Summer - A Snapshot of New Zealand's Railways

This two disc set is arranged in a magazine format with a look at activity on some of the heritage lines as well main line excursions, Kiwirail freight and passenger traffic is featured in separate chapters. Disc 1 Heritage lines, North island The...

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The Settle & Carlisle Railway

The Settle and Carlisle Railway has always set a severe test for both locomotives and crew with the term The Long Drag being very appropriate. The passing of BR steam was followed by preserved steam on excursions and this has developed to the point...

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Welsh Narrow Gauge Railways

This film takes you on a tour around 10 of Wales' Narrow Gauge Railways. There is a trip along each line with am emphasis on showing normal operations, supplemented by scenes from gala events and photo charters. Locomotives seen include 'Dolgoch'...

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The Heavy Freight Locomotive in Preservation

The Heavy freight locomotive, defined here as having 8 or 10 coupled driving wheels, were a common sight throughout most of the |British Rail network up to the end of steam. In preservation they are usually to be found as part of the passenger pool...

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The Four Coupled Locomotive in Preservation

Four coupled locomotives once hauled front line passenger trains. Well known exploits included the 'Railway Races' of 1888 and 1895 as well as City of Truro on the 'Ocean Mails'. Even when heavier trains meant that such locomotives had to be...

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Double Drivers

The sight and sound of a steam locomotive hard at work on an adverse gradient is surely one of the most thrilling that man has created. To have two locomotives adds further to the experience as speeds can be higher, even on the steepest banks....

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Prairies and Moguls

Today, the 2-6-2 Prairie and 2-6-0 Mogul classes form a substantial part of the total locomotive fleet available to heritage railways and we see no less than 32 examples at work on 17 different heritage lines, including a number of instances where...

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Halls and Manors in Preservation

On The Great Western Railway the principal class 5 mixed traffic engine was the 'Hall' class with some 300 examples built from their introduction in 1928. However, their weight prohibited their use on some routes, most notably the former Cambrian...

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The Six Wheeler in Preservation

This two disc set looks at the humble 0-6-0 locomotive, once the most common on Britain's railways, whether in tank or tender versions. They could be found almost everywhere on shunting duties but also played a vital role as main line engines. The...

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GWR Mainline Showcase

This film celebrates the designs of one of the big four railway companies, the former Great Western Railway. The film concentrates on appearances on the main line and the examples shown are from 2004 to 2014. It is especially pleasing when a...

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