Forgotten By-Ways Dvd – Lost Railways Of East Anglia & North East of England
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An exploration of long lost railways in East Anglia and the North East of England.
A journey along various long-closed branch lines in the 1960s including:
The Saxmundham to Aldeburgh branch.
The Marks Tey to Haverhill lines via Sudbury and Halstead in 1962.
The last train to Easton Lodge on the Braintree branch.
Cambridge Diesel depot in 1959 with shunters.
DMUs and a Type 3.
Electrification of Bishops Stortford.
The freight only branch from Wroxham to Norwich City via Lenwade and Aylsham in 1967.
Lowestoft and Hunstanton.
North Eastern branches to Redmire, Stanhope and Middleton-in-Teesdale.
A detailed look at the Darlington to Richmond branch just before closure.
Class 37s & Class 31 freight in North Norfolk.
Branches in the North East including Middleton-in-Tees.
The last train on the former Great Dunmow Branch.
Approx. 70 minutes.
This dvd is being sold on behalf of and with full permission of the copyright owner – Transport Video Publishing (TVP).