Britain’s Lost Railways Dvd, Part 3: From the Fens to the Highlands
An exploration of long-closed branches and secondary lines throughout Britain in the 1960s.
Across the Fens: The former Great Eastern & Great Northern Joint line from March to Spalding.
Its stations, signal boxes, freight and passenger workings are shown just before closure.
Contrasts in the North East: Steam and diesel operations on the branch to Filey holiday camp, on the Northallerton to Ripon and Harrogate branch, and branches to Woodburn and Kielder.
Across the Roof of England: The cross country line from Penrith to Appleby and Barnard Castle with DMUs in the final months of operation.
Across the Border: Glasgow Buchanan Street and the former Caledonian line through Forfar and the Ballater branch.
A Lost Network: Lines in the North East of Scotland featuring the branches to Spey Bay, Portgordon, Buckie and Carnie Junction to Keith.
Also the branches to Dufftown, Craigellachie, Rothes, Grantown on Spey, Boat of Garten and Aviemore.
On Scotland’s West Coast: The Oban to Ballachulish branch in the final years of diesel operation.
Approx. 55 minutes.
This dvd is being sold on behalf of and with full permission of the copyright owner – Transport Video Publishing (TVP).