Railway Round-Up DVD No.10


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Number 10 of the ever-popular round-up of news on railways is now here.

The best in railway photography around the whole of the UK: Main Line, Preserved Railways, Heritage Diesels.

2016 has seen two major events in preservation.

Firstly, the world’s most famous locomotive, 60103 Flying Scotsman, re-appeared on the mainline.

The long-lamented Somerset & Dorset Railway was commemorated in the 50th year since closure.

We follow the story of these two items in this edition plus:

West Somerset Railway Spring Gala.

Special feature covering the Somerset & Dorset Railway 50th Anniversary (S&D), much of it at the Gala event in March at the West Somerset Railway.

60103 Flying Scotsman’s re-entry to service at the East Lancs Railway and first tour on the East Coast Main Line (ECML).

Also coverage of its trips on the North Yorkshire Moors Railway (NYMR).

Special excursions over Christmas 2015.

The last day in steam of ex-Severn Tunnel banker No. 4160 on the West Somerset Railway (WSR) .

Flying Scotsman on test at the East Lancs and on its first main line runs.

South Devon Railway Heritage at Easter Gala.

Landslip on the Settle-Carlisle (S&C) at Eden Brows.

Nos. 62005 and 44871 on the Fort William to Mallaig route.

LMS No. 46233 into Devon and Cornwall.

Royal Scot and Scots Guardsman in the south.

No. 34052. Lord Dowding (34046 Braunton) on the British Pullman and football special – the first since 1967.

MHR Gala with T9 No. 30120, 41312, 34007 and 30541.

British Pullman train on the WSR with DBC No. 59 201.

No. 53808 on the windcutter rake at the GCR.

‘B1′ No. 61306 on it last tours before overhaul.

Tornado on the British Pullman and The Torbay Express.

Lydney station with D9521 and main line No. 5043 Earl of Mount Edgcumbe.

Worcester Shrub Hill steam.

Into Dorset with Nos. 45699 and 46115.

Arrival of No. 7027 Thornbury Castle in Somerset.

Plus much, much more.

Approx. 120 minutes.

This  dvd is being sold on behalf of and with full permission of the copyright owner – Kingfisher Productions.