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Eurotrack DVD, Issue 10: Autumn 2000

£16.99

Description

Description

Archive Scenes from the Railways of Europe.

Germany Bad Oldesloe: On the busy non-electrified main line from Hamburg to Lubeck and Rostock, this sample of traffic includes top and tail Class 218 diesels on passenger workings, Class 232s on freight, plus modern diesel multiple units.

Lineside Interlude – Fret in France: A pair of BB16500 electrics on a freight traffic working in North Eastern France.

Swiss Alpine Crossing: The BLS Bern Lotschberg Simplon main line is in the heart of Switzerland and set in some of the most outstanding mountain scenery in Europe including the Frutigen Viaduct and triple headed freight on the Kandersteg Plateau.

Class 37s in France, Part 2: Following on from Eurotrack 9, sights and sounds of Class 37s during the Summer of 2000.

Border Crossings: Venlo – in Holland bordering Germany. A variety of Dutch and German main line locomotives passenger and freight, including Dutch Class 1700, 1800, 6400 and German Classes 110 and 155.

Austria: Focus on Schwarzach-St.Viet Swarchzach linking Salzburg with Zel Am See, a small, busy station in the Pongau mountains of the Austrian Alps. Footage includes passenger, freight and lorry-carrying trains via the Tauern Pass.

Italian Endangered Species – Class E424: A study of these Bo-Bo class electrics dating from 1947 on local trains in Northern Italy.

Belgian Diesel Interlude: A review of the Class 62 passenger services in Belgium in their final months of mainline service.

French Mainline: Freight in the Rhone Valley in Southern France on the dedicated freight only line from Lyon to Avignon. We explore the traffic on a scenic journey from Serrieres to Le Pouzin including a scene of the huge nuclear power station at Cruas.

Tail Lamp: Interesting footage featuring a pair of Dutch class 1700s on freight duties east of Eindhoven.

Approx. 60 minutes.

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