Railway ’92 DVD
A comprehensive review of British Railways during 1992m, a look back at the Railway Scene of twenty years ago . . .
Network South East: The last Class 50 day – Table 145 variety – Solent & Wessex wanderers with 20s & green Class 37 – Last 47s on ‘Thames’ services – End of traditional DMUs from Marylebone – Hybrid ‘Bubbles’ – Pullman 73 renamed – New Classes 165 & 465 – Tilbury Riverside closure – All change at Waterloo; the ‘Drain & new terminus plus operation ‘Dollands Storm’.
Metrolink: The new light transit services took to the streets in 1992, including scenes from the Bury line, through the streets and on the Altrincham route.
Regional Railways: Loco-hauled travel to Pwhelli, Great Yarmouth, Liverpool, Blackpool, Skegness & Weymouth featuring classes 20, 31, 37 and 47 – Special motive power including Class 26s to Bolton and Class 33 on the Welsh Marches – The demise of traditional DMUs – New Class 153s – Bradford electrification – New stations in West Yorkshire and Morecambe to close!
ScotRail: More loco-haulage with classes 37 and 47 on the Aberdeen-Inverness line and to Fort William, Mallaig and Kyle – The ScotRail promoted Class 26 tours to Oban in ‘dutch’ and as D5300 & D5301 in green.
Enthusiasts Events: The return of the Class 71 on test & to Bournemouth – NSE Class 33 at the Ashford 150 celebrations – Railtours incl. the AIA charter to Brighton, Class 33 to Southend, HST to Cromer, plus the Class 50 tours to Littlehampton, South Wales, the ‘Court Chester’ ascending Shap & Saunderton – Preserved action including Class 25 at Whatley Quarry – Peak Rail’s first diesel service – The NYMR gala & ‘Tulyar’ – The Severn Valley Gala including 47 402, ARC Class 59 and 50 031s first runs – The multi-coloured East Lancs gala plus much more.
Intercity: The end of the Blackpool service – The end for Shrewsbury – The end of Class 91s to Bradford – Inter-City double-headed Class 37s on the Inverness to Edinburgh sleepers (including Stagecoach).
Rail Express Systems: Class 90 on ECML n47/7 on loan to regional railways – A Class 47 on a cup final special on the Bedford-Bletchley line.
Railfreight: The demise of King Coal – Class 20s in action from Toton, in the North West and for the metals sector from Grimsby – The weedkiller to Bedenham – Class 37s on the last Ravenscraigs – Class 60s on the last Redmires.
Approx. 90 minutes.
This dvd is being sold on behalf of and with full permission of the copyright owner – Transport Video Publishing (TVP).