East Coast Main Line Dvd, Part 1

Kings Cross and its Approaches.

An exploration of Kings Cross (London) and its associated railway network in the years of steam with archive film from the 1950s and 1960s.

Contents:

Kings Cross - The Surroundings: The area around the station in the 1950s.

Suburban Services To Moorgate: Steam power on the 'Widened Lines' to Moorgate, including N7s and freight.

Kings Cross Station: A detailed look at activity around the station, from the platforms and the famous concourse in the 1950s.

Kings Cross Goods Depot: Activity in and around the bustling depot above the station's approaches.

31A Top Shed: Steam in and around the depot in the 1950s and 1960s with a variety of the famous East Coast Pacifics including A4s and A3s, plus suburban power.

The Station's Approaches: The area between Copenhagen and Gas Works Tunnels with various steam activity.

Kings Cross Services - The 1950s: A4s, A1s, A3s, B1s, 'Britannias' and N7s are some of the classes featured on a variety of duties.

Kings Cross Services: The end of steam and the last regular steam workings in 1963.

Special Trains: Enthusiasts charters in the 1950s and 1960s including 'Britannia', 4472 'Flying Scotsman' and 'Mallard'.

Kings Cross Today: The station fifty years on, with a comparison of past and present.

Approx. 66 minutes.

This dvd is being sold on behalf of and with full permission of the copyright owner - Transport Video Publishing (TVP).

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