Britain’s Lost Railways Dvd, Part 2: Main Lines & Branches




An exploration of long-closed branches and secondary lines throughout Britain in the 1960s.

Great Western Through the Midlands: Featuring Birmingham Snow Hill in the 1960s with ‘Kings’, ‘Castles’ and the Blue Pullman.

Great Central from London: With scenes at Woodford Halse, Loughborough, Nottingham Victoria and Sheffield Victoria.

Features a wide variety of motive power.

Derbyshire Contrasts: The Cromford and High Peak with freight and special workings.

Includes the Hopton Incline, the Cromford to Sheep Pasture line, showing the rope worked inclines in use.

Plus the Matlock to Chinley main line.

In England’s Smallest County: One of British Railways last steam operated branches from Luffenham Junction to Seaton featuring both Midland and Eastern motive power.

Western Outposts: The former Midland branch from Aschurch to Tewkesbury and Upton-upon-Severn.

Veteran Midland 3Fs are shown in action just before closure.

Approx. 55 minutes.

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