'The Jacobite' 2009 - 2014 Blu-Ray Disc
'The Jacobite' now a world famous steam charter service running from the largest town in the Highlands, Fort William to Britain's most westerly station, Mallaig. The train journey now attracts thousands of visitors every year and for the first time, the 2011 season of services saw a second train running on selected days throughout the main tourist season. The 42 mile journey takes you through some of the magnificent scenery Scotland has to offer passing several loch's, climbing steep banks and curving round some strenuous corners. The journey passes many landmarks one of which includes the world famous Glenfinnan Viaduct which featured during the Harry Potter movies. The 21 arch viaduct was built between 1897 and 1901, one of the largest undertakings using concrete at the time. The viaduct allows the railway to curve round into the small village of Glenfinnan and offers splendid views of Loch Shiel. The journey also passes Britain's highest mountain, deepest loch, shortest river and most westerly station.
Our DVD takes you through footage from the past five years, plus footage of the extra afternoon service provided during 2011. Engines included on the DVD:
- LNER K1 No.62005 'Lord Of The Isles'
- LNER K4 No.61994 'The Great Marquess'
- LMS 5MT No.44871
- LMS 5MT No.45231 'The Sherwood Forester'
- LMS 5MT No.45407 'The Lancashire Fusilier'
Our DVD is simply based around line side footage of the four engines from various locations along the line, some of the locations include: Fort William, Glenfinnan Viaduct, Beasdale bank, Loch Nan Umbh Viaduct, Arisaig, Mallaig, Drumsallie and many others making up our hour long DVD.
'The Jacobite' DVD has been re-released for 2014 and features footage from our trips to the Highlands between 2009 and 2014. Footage from our visits in May and August 2014 are also included on the DVD.
The Blu-Ray disc is available in UK 16:9 Widescreen PAL format only, the Blu-Ray disc is priced at £14.79 which includes free postage and packaging to all customers. The Blu-Ray disc lasts approx. 88 minutes and features solely line side shots along the 42 mile route.
Below is a short DVD trailer with some clips taken from the DVD, please note due to upload restrictions the quality of the trailer may not reflect that of the DVD.
How to order:
Run Time: 88 Minutes
Total number of discs: 1 Disc
Disc Format: 16:9 Widescreen UK PAL DVD
DVD Release Date: 5th September 2014
Please contact us for instructions on how to pay via cheque.