Riding the DRS Express Cab Ride Dvd: Part 2, Carlisle/Grangemouth




Since its launch in 2006 the ‘Tesco’ train has become one of the high profile freight flows of the 21st century.

Running six days a week from the Daventry Railfreight terminal in the Midlands to the Grangemouth site in Scotland.

The train is powered by DRS Class 66 locomotives, most notably 66411 ‘Eddie the Engine’ and 66414 ‘James the Engine’.

With a daytime path along the West Coast Main line and the uniquely branded ‘LESS CO2’ containers, 4S43 had become the most keenly photographed and filmed train of modern times.

Filmed with the full assistance of Direct Rail Services, Part Two covers the Scottish leg of the journey.

Taking the viewer from the DRS depot at Carlisle Kingmoor to the W.H. Malcolm site at Grangemouth in Scotland.

Travelling along the West Coast Main line for the first part of the journey, the train climbs Beattock.

Then descends into the suburbs of North Lanarkshire.

Passing Mossend Yard and Coatbridge.

On to Greenhill, Carmuirs and finally the freight only branch at Grangemouth Junction.

To the semaphore signals of Fouldubs Junction.

Filmed on a beautiful sunny October day, full of autumn colours, and prior to DBS taking over the flow.

Professionally filmed in 16:9 widescreen, with an informative and entertaining commentary.

This is more than just a cab ride and includes line side shots, locomotive profile and unique ‘behind the scenes’ footage.

Produced by – Train Crazy

Approx. 190 minutes.

This dvd is being sold on behalf of and with full permission of the copyright owner – Train Crazy – Videoscene.