Diesel Double Headers! The Power of Two! Dvd




Why have one locomotive on the front when you can have two, three or four?

The challenge was set: produce a programme of trains hauled by at least two locomotives.

After an extensive search through the Train Crazy archives we found a staggering seventy-eight occasions where double, triple and quadruple locos were on the front and they are presented for you in this programme.

Filmed from numerous locations on the main line between 1996 and 2007.

Revel in the sights of pairs of 20s, 31s, 37s, 47s, 50s, 60s, 66s, 67s, 86s and 90s including:

20312 + 20310 on flasks.

31452 + 31602 at Exeter.

47759 + 47627 on the Crewe test train.

47709 + 47831 at Garsdale.

47287 + 47851 on a Cross Country working.

47152 + 47303 on liners.

47200 + 47828 on a railtour.

Freightliner 86631 with Res 86430 on liners.

56078 + 56120 on an engineers train.

56115 + 56078 on the farewell railtour.

67003 + 67029 on mail.

67012 + 67016 on a sleeper service.

Plus many more…

See some odd combinations like:

55022 + 47844 at Garsdale on a Cross Country service.

57009 + 37602 at Cholsey.

58020 + 58024+37379 on an engineers train at Shawford.

86430, 47792, 47776 and 90018 at Cheddington.

47765, 91028 and 91014 on a diverted GNER service.

Plus many more…

Also there is twenty-five minute section just on pairs of class 37s and there are some main line locos double heading on preserved lines including 73133+73129.

Every train has at least two locos on the front…!

Produced by – Train Crazy.

Approx. 85 minutes.

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