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Travels by Steam DVD

£16.99

Description

Description

Two Programmes: The Great Britain VI Railtour 2013 and steam on tour in the 1960s – A Steam Video Special Edition.

Steam on Tour in the 1960s: Steam specials in the era of working steam.

Includes: 4472 ‘Flying Scotsman’ and Bulleid Pacific 35026 ‘Lamport & Holt Line’ on the East Coast Main Line.

46155 ‘The Lancer’ on ‘The Pennine Ltd’.

92220 ‘Evening Star’ on the ‘Farewell to Steam’ to Seaton Junction.

70013 ‘Oliver Cromwell’ on tour and 60022 ‘Mallard’ on the West Countryman’ to Exeter together with Prairies and a 14 hundred tank.

The Great Britain VI Railtour – Saturday the 20th April to Sunday the 28th April 2013

34067 ‘Tangmere’:  Victoria to Exeter including Honiton Bank.  Also Bristol to Cardiff via Gloucester.

Black 5s 45407 and 44871: Over the Devon Banks from Exeter to Par and on the return run from Newquay to Bristol.  Cardiff to Preston via the Central Wales line. Preston to Edinburgh via Shap and Beattock. Plus the return over the Highland Main Line from Inverness to Edinburgh.

Black 5 45407: From Edinburgh to Aberdeen and from Inverness to Kyle of Lochalsh and return. Includes the climb to the summits on the Highland Main Line plus the summits on the Kyle line.

Black 5 44871:  From Edinburgh to Inverness via the Highland Main Line.

61994 ‘The Great Marquess’: To Mallaig and on the West Highland Line to Fort William with dramatic and uninterrupted views on the famous ‘Horseshoe Curve’ on the climb to County March Summit.

60009 ‘Union of South Africa’: From Edinburgh to Aberdeen, and from Edinburgh to York.

60019 ‘Bittern’: On the East Coast Main Line from York to Kings Cross.

The programme also includes a look back at the days of working steam in the 1960s with Black 5s, A4s, Bulleid Pacifics and Scottish Steam.

Please note: Both programmes on one disc.

Approx. 80 minutes.

This dvd is being sold on behalf of and with full permission of the copyright owner – Transport Video Publishing (TVP).