Llandudno & Colwyn Bay Electric Railway Dvd
An evocative selection of films (much in colour) recapturing the glory days of one of Britain’s most popular and best loved coastal tramways.
Assembled to commemorate the 40th anniversary of the closure of the most famous seaside tramway in North Wales, this programme features spectacular scenes along the entire length of the highly scenic line.
Board fully laden ‘toast-racks’, exposed ‘open-toppers’ and sedate single-deckers for a trip along this narrow-gauge line in a variety of different weather conditions.
Swing the trolley at West Shore, Llandudno.
Sample summer crowds at Palladium Corner.
Watch the procession of trams swinging on and off the single-track in Mostyn Street.
Catch an ‘Accrington’, ‘Bournemouth’, or ‘toast-rack’ for an exhilarating cross-country ride through Bodafon Fields.
Tackle the steeply graded Penryhn Hill.
Skirt the damaged sea-wall at Penryhn Bay.
Peer into the depot.
Roll along the esplanade at Rhos-on-Sea.
Negotiate the single track over busy Brompton Bridge.
Join the throngs of traffic on the trunk Conway Road.
Edge on and off the inter-laced track in Colwyn Bay.
Pre-war footage Bournemouth cars in their home town.
An ex-Darwen streamliner on the Colwyn Bay shuttle.
Last Day Activity – The short-lived replacing ‘Red Buses’.
The Great Orme Tramway, including scenes from the 1950s.
The ‘St. Tudno’ and ‘St. Seriol’.
Also the Rhyl Miniature Tramway and magnificent period views of Llandudno, Penryhn Bay, Rhos-on-Sea and Colwyn Bay.
Something for everyone!
Approx. 60 minutes.
This new dvd is being sold with full permission of Heritage in Motion.