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Heritage Freight Dvd




The 20th Century saw a great deal of freight trains move around the UK, hauled by Steam motive power.

Today steam powered freight services have long gone but many UK Preserved Railways still run heritage freight services as side attractions at some of their events.

Following on from ‘Freight Power Dvd’ this new dvd features a collection of pure steam hauled freight from 2011 to 2013.

Taking you through a collection of pure steam freight action from the small industrial tanks hauling short coal trains out of collieries to the huge 2-10-0’s hauling the heavy, long freight services.

Many railways are included from the industrial tanks working hard out of Foxfield Colliery on the 1 in 19 gradient to the UK’s only mainline heritage railway, the Great Central Railway.

Including a wide range of steam engines hauling Freight trains through some of the most scenic railways in the UK, working flat out up steep inclines and working Photo Charters at several preserved railways.

Railways featured include:

North Yorkshire Moors Railway

Foxfield Railway

Tanfield Railway

East Lancashire Railway

Keighley & Worth Valley Railway

Vale of Rheidol Railway

Great Central Railway

North Norfolk Railway

Ffestiniog & Welsh Highland Railway

And others too.

A collection of photo charters are featured including:

LNWR G2A No.49395 at the East Lancashire Railway

LNER B1 No.61306 at the East Lancashire Railway

LMS 5MT No.44871 at the East Lancashire Railway

LMS 8P No.46233 ‘Duchess of Sutherland’ at the East Lancashire Railway

GWR 78XX No.7812 ‘Foxcote’ Manor’ at the North Yorkshire Moors Railway

SR S15 No.825 at the North Yorkshire Moors Railway

BR 4MT No.75029 at the North Yorkshire Moors Railway

No.9 at the Vale of Rheidol Railway

‘Wimblebury’ at the Foxfield Railway

Approx. 64 minutes.

This dvd is being sold on behalf of and with full permission of the copyright owner – Steaming Around Yorkshire Film Productions – SAY.