Class 37 Hauled #1Dvd




Announcing a brand new DVD series – Class 37 Hauled!

Now into their 50th year and beyond, the English Electric Type 3 Class 37 locomotives are without a doubt one of the most popular diesels of all time.

From the 1960s to the 21st Century.

Still active on the mainline and in preservation, these locos have seen a lot.

From the early years in BR Green and Blue, from mixed goods to coal and steel, passenger workings in Anglia, latterly Scotland, the 37/4s, Sectorisation, the 37/5s, 37/7s, 37/9s, Club Trains, the Regional Railways years, North Wales, the Cardiff Valleys, Privatisation, DRS flask trains, Railtours, the EWS years and now Colas IM trains, Europhoenix and passenger trains in Cumbria! What an amazing career!

This brand new DVD series aims to chart the life and times of the Class 37.

With three DVDs per year these will build into an ultimate collection.

Drawing from a huge archive of footage and with a running time of at least 90 minutes per title, these professionally produced DVDs will include everything from BR Green locos with brake tenders right through to 37/4s on the Cumbrian Coast today!

Class 37 Hauled No. 1 includes:

The Regional Railways Years: A look at the eight locos that were painted in the RR livery in the mid-1990s: 37414, 418, 420, 421, 422, 425, 427 and 429. Footage includes Club trains in the North West and Crewe – Holyhead workings.

BR Green and Blue: A selection of locos filmed in the 1960s and 1970s at various locations around the country, hauling freight and passenger trains.

Scotland: It’s hard to produce a DVD about Class 37s and not include their spiritual home! Action comes from the 1990s plus footage from Crewe works in 1985 with the first of the 37/4s being built, 37025s triumphant return to the mainline in 2016 and other Colas IM trains.

Cumbrian Coast: Without a doubt THE place for haulage and flask trains, footage here comes from a number of visits in 2015 and 2016.

Approx. 90 minutes.

This dvd is being sold on behalf of and with full permission of the copyright owner – Train Crazy – Videoscene.