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Steaming Around Britain’s Railways 2014 DVD features a whopping 4 discs of top quality action from around the UK featuring a whole collection of steam engines working at both preserved railways and on the mainline.
Witness a whole collection of engines from the little tank engines to the large pacific locomotives slogging their hearts out as they haul a whole collection of different trains at different locations around the UK, throughout 2014.
Throughout the 4 discs, sit back and enjoy footage from the Scottish Highlands to Snowdonia National Park. With a collection of mainline, preserved, narrow gauge and much more, this 4 disc DVD has something for just about every enthusiast. What more would you need to recall 2014?
A wide collection of railways are included from around the UK, some of which include:
– Great Central Railway
– North Norfolk Railway
– Churnet Valley Railway
– Severn Valley Railway
– Foxfield Railway
– North Yorkshire Moors Railway
– East Lancashire Railway
– Tanfield Railway
– Embsay & Bolton Abbey Railway
– Keighley & Worth Valley Railway
– Ffestiniog & Welsh Highland Railway
– Llangollen Railway
Plus others too…
A collection of photo charters are featured during the DVD including the North Yorkshire Moors Railway, Churnet Valley Railway, Foxfield Railway, East Lancashire Railway, Severn Valley Railway, Keighley & Worth Valley Railway plus others too.
Along with this varied collection of preserved railways, a selection of mainline charters are included throughout the four disc DVD set from around the UK. Some of the charters featured throughout the collection include ‘The Jacobite’, ‘The Fellsman’, ‘The Winter Cumbrian Mountain Express’, ‘The Waverley’ plus others too.
This product features no commentary, allowing you to fully appreciate the sound of the steam locomotives working hard. Short titles are included throughout informing you of the date, railway / charter name, locomotive and location. This product runs for approx. 309 minutes and is split across four discs for maximum quality. Copies are available in UK 16:9 widescreen format only.