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Steaming Around Britain’s Preserved Railways 2011 DVD features a whopping four discs of top quality action, over 100 locomotives and footage from around the UK. The massive collection includes over six and a half hours of top notch footage.
Throughout the four discs, sit back and enjoy footage from the Cairngorm Mountains in the Highlands right through to the sandy beaches of Somerset. The four disc DVD has something for just about every enthusiast. What more would you need to recall 2011?
Over 20 railways are included from around the UK, some of which include:
– Great Central Railway
– Strathspey Railway
– West Somerset Railway
– North Norfolk Railway
– Churnet Valley Railway (Inc. Cauldon Lowe Branch)
– Severn Valley Railway
– North Yorkshire Moors Railway
– Midland Railway
– Peak Rail
– East Lancashire Railway
– Bowes Railway
– Tanfield Railway
– Weardale Railway
– Wensleydale Railway
– Embsay & Bolton Abbey Railway
– Keighley & Worth Valley Railway
– Middleton Railway
– Ffestiniog & Welsh Highland Railway
– Llangollen Railway
– Foxfield Railway
– Ecclesbourne Valley Railway
Plus others too…
A wide collection of over 100 engines are featured throughout the four discs.
2011 has been a year of celebration for many railways and enthusiasts, April saw the official opening of the Ecclesbourne Railway, a nine mile railway from Wirksworth to Duffield. The North Yorkshire Moors Railway celebrated the 175th Anniversary of the Whitby to Pickering Railway, the Tanfield Railway celebrated their 40th Anniversary. Along with all these celebrations footage is included from special events, gala weekends, war weekends plus much more from a massive selection of railways around the UK.
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 DVD runs for approx. 390 minutes and is split across four discs for maximum quality. Copies are available in UK 16:9 widescreen format only.