Aspects of Southern Steam Dvd




A programme commemorating forty years since the end of steam on the Southern Region.

Marking 40 years since the end of Southern Steam.

An exploration of steam on the Southern Region of British Railways, from branch to main line.

Three steam worked branches: Wareham to Swanage, Lymington to Brockenhurst, Havant to Hayling Island with M7 tanks, Standard tanks, ‘Terriers’, Bulleid Pacifics and a ‘Q’ Class.

The cross country Redhill to Reading line: In the early 1960s including Maunsell 2-6-0s, Standard 5s, ‘Schools’ and a Great Western ‘Mogul’.

Inter-regional trains bound for the Southern: With scenes of Bulleid Pacifics around Basingstoke and Oxford.

The last steam worked main line from Waterloo: With Bulleid Pacifics, an H16, an S15, ‘Schools’, Standard and Ivatt tanks, Standard Tanks and a pair of Beattie Well tanks.

Steam variety on the Southern: With an M7 at Salisbury, a B4 tank at Winchester, a Lord Nelson and the usual pacifics.

The Bournemouth to Weymouth main line: In the period 1962 to 1967.

Plus Bonus Footage:

30th Anniversary of the Bluebell Railway.

Bulleids in the North of England.

Bulleid Revival with scenes from various preserved railways.

Approx. 75 minutes.

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