From the Footplate DVD: 0-6-0T Terrier No.2678 Knowle – Embsay & Bolton Abbey Railway
Product description: The Embsay & Bolton Abbey Railway, based in the heart of the Yorkshire Dales opened to passengers in 1981, today running from Bolton Abbey to Embsay via Stoneacre Loop and Holywell Halt. This DVD allows you to hop onboard the footplate of visiting ‘Terrier’ locomotive No.2678 and travel in both directions of the railway.
Information: Join the crew of ‘Terrier’ No.2678 and travel in both directions of the railway between Embsay and Bolton Abbey, watching the crew tackle the gradients. Using new technology and filmed in 4K, you’re able to witness No.2678 working hard through the Yorkshire Dales from a whole new prospective.
Whilst watching the DVD, you’re able to follow No.2678 from a series of different angles, including onboard the footplate, both the driver and fireman’s cab side views, the front lamp bracket and from the motion gear (a total of eight camera views are included).
Footage is also included from the lineside showcasing No.2678 at several different viewpoints along the Embsay & Bolton Abbey Railway.
Product Overview: The DVD features no commentary, allowing you to fully appreciate the sound of the steam locomotive working hard. Short titles are included throughout informing you of key locations and gradients.
Approx. 51 minutes.
This dvd is being sold on behalf of and with full permission of the copyright owner – Steaming Around Yorkshire Film Productions – SAY.