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Tele Rail have been producing broadcast quality railway documentary programmes for over 20 years.

Throughout this period it’s been our unique combination of professional programme making skills coupled with a thorough understanding of railways that has kept Tele Rail in such demand throughout the rail industry.

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Volume 1 - The North West

This is the first volume in a very prestigious new archive series, featuring an important cross section of material that's never been seen publicly before.These DVDs are composed mainly of the very best of the footage shot by the readers of Steam...

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Volume 2 - The Southern

- Main line steam on the Waterloo - Weymouth main line shot during the period 1964/67 including local Express Passenger (featuring the Bournemouth Belle) + freight traffic.- Branch line steam including Guildford to Horsham. The Lymington branch....

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Volume 3 - ECML to Scotland

Main line steam The East Coast Main Line from Kings Cross to Edinburgh when steam still reigned supreme, featuring plenty of nostalgic passenger and freight action.- Also Edinburgh to Thornton Junction and Cumbernauld to Aberdeen.- Notable locations...

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Volume 4 - Lancashire & Yorkshire

- Main Line Steam The West Coast main line from Hest Bank Near Morecambe to Warrington. Liverpool Lime Street through to Speke. Traffic on the southern end of the Settle to Carlisle line from Kirby Stephen to Hellifield. Cross Pennine traffic around...

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Volume 5 - Wessex & the West Country

Featuring a huge nostalgic cross section including:-- Action all along the fondly remembered Somerset Dorset line including the Highbridge branch.- The London South Western route from Salisbury to Exeter including the rare 1947 footage of the...

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Volume 6 - The Midlands

- Main line Steam WCML from Willesden to Tamworth. GW Steam from Snow Hill to Princess Risborough.- Great Central line from Loughborough to Rugby.- Midland line up the Lickey incline (including shots of Big Bertha).- Other Topics Traffic around...

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Volume 7 - North from Crewe

- Main Line Steam A superb selection of main line steam action along the WCML from Crewe to Carlisle.- Secondary Main Line and Branch Lines Mainly additional views on adjoining metals including:-- The scenic Stainmore Route from Tebay to Belah...

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Volume 8 - Wales & Scotland

- Main Line Steam WCML from Beattock to Glasgow. Stirling to Aberdeen. - Secondary Main Lines Branch Lines Fort William to Mallaig. Callander to Crianlarich + the Killin branch. Highland Railway branch from Ballinluig to Aberfeldy. Glasgow ...

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Telerail in the Cab - Volume 9 - York to Edinburgh

This brand new cab ride features the ECML which passes through major cities and and rolling countryside from the historic railway city of York to Scotland's capital Edinburgh.Highlights include the Royal Border Bridge at Berwick and coastal scenery...

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Volume 1 West Country Memories

The period of BR moderisation produced a wealth of different loco types many of which are no longer in regular service. So if you yearn for the days of loco hauled trains this series is bound to impress. Although most rail fans didn't realize it at...

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Vol 7 Passenger Tanks

The tank engine was first introduced in the middle of the nineteenth century as a means of avoiding running round and turning engines at either end of the journey. The concept caught on and tank engines on passenger trains varied from the diminutive...

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Railfest Review (Exhibits at the 2004 show with extensive archive support)

In 2004 Britain's National Railway Museum celebrated a railway bicentennial. Exhibits from the museum and private ownership locomotives and rolling stock gathered at York for a festival of railways. Using much previously unpublished archive footage...

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