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TV1 Autumn Gala Triple Bill (2001)
Shows action from the West Somerset, Glos/Warks and Bluebell Railways.
58 minutes.
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£6
TV2 Scenes From the Leighton Buzzard Railway (2001)
Features Remembrance Day event 2001, which used the N.R.M. Simplex and other diesels. Steam scenes show 4 engines in action.
50 minutes.
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£6
TV3 Scenes From the Chinnor Railway (2001)
Action from the Chinnor & Princes Risborough Railway showing a number of visiting steam engines along with the resident diesels. Final scenes show C& PR Rlway owned Prairie tank No 4247 being run in on the West Somerset Rly
50 minutes.
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£6
TV4 Scenes From The Garden Route (2002)
On and off action as we follow The Union Limited in South Africa. Features Classes 19B, 19D, 25NC and Garrett GMAM.
61 minutes.
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£6
TV4a Riding The Outeniqua Choo-Tjoe (2002)
FREE companion to TV4 taking in the scenery plus sight and sound of a Class 19D working hard, both ways on the George to Knysna line.
23 minutes.
FREE (with TV4)
TV5 Steam in the Garden (2002)
Many dream of owning their own locomotive and somewhere to operate it. This video looks at railways whose origins lie with owners who have achieved that dream. Featured lines are at Exbury Gardens, Hollycombe, Perrygrove, Bressingham and Fawley.
53 minutes.
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£7.50
TV6 Scenes From Snowdonia Vol 1 (2003)
In this video we look at three Narrow gauge lines in North Wales. The Talyllyn Railway needs 4 engines in steam to run the Peak Summer service. Nos 2, 3. 4 and 6 are all seen at work. Snowdon Mountain Railway at Peak times has a number of locos in use. Nos 2 and 5 are filmed at work on and off the train. Finally No 3, from the Talyllyn returns home to the Corris Railway to celebrate its 125th birthday.
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TV7 Follow The Van (2003)
The theme for this video is Goods wagons on the move. Sometimes a Goods train will feature in a Railway’s Special Event but more often they are only seen at a Photographer’s Charter. Charter action is seen on the East Somerset, Glos/Warks, South Devon and Welshpool & Llanfair railways. Other railways visited include the Bodmin & Wenford railway. Locos to be seen include ex-G.W.R. types and ex-Southern examples including the Beattie Tank on its return to steam.
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£12
TV8 Scenes From The West Country (2003)
Featuring action from the Devon Railway Centre, Exmoor Steam Railway, Lynton Cliff Railway, Torbay Steam Railway, South Devon Railway and the Bodmin & Wentford line. The latter two both held special events to celebrate the return to steam of the Beattie Well Tank No. 30587 in 2003.
50 minutes.
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£12
TV9 Scenes From Australia (2004)
Ex Sugar Mill locos work at Timberland, Wauchope, NSW, and the Big Pineapple, Nambour, Qld. On the Mary Valley, Gympie, Qld and on the Zig Zag at Lithgow, NSW 3'6" gauge ex main line locos operate. Also featured is the Cairns - Kuranda line plus at Katoomba the Scenic Railway which has a coal mine incline now carrying passengers.
50 minutes.
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£12
TV10 Follow The Van - Vol. 2 (2004)
Five railways featuring nine engines on this video. Photo charter action from Swanage, Chinnor & Prince’s Risborough and Mid Hants Railways. Special events on the Bluebell and at the Romney, Hythe & Dymchurch railway.
53 minutes.
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£12
TV11 Follow The Van - Vol. 3 (2004)
Six railways and nine engines on this video. Charter action from Chatham Dockyard and the Colne Valley Railway. Freight on the Chasewater Light Railway and at Chinnor. 0-4-0ST’s giving Brake van rides at the Timothy Hackworth museum and on Sir William MacAlpines private railway.
55 minutes.
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£12
TV12 Follow The Van - Vol. 4 (2005)
On this video our cameras attend Photographer Charters at the Great Central, East Somerset and the Welshpool & Llanfair Railways. Further action is from the Bluebell and Chinnor railways.

Ditcheat Manor is seen working a van train out of Loughborough. On the East Somerset, 4500 Class Prairie No. 5553 works over the line with a Milk Train.In Wales, No. 823 ‘Countess’ hauls a mixed freight from Welshpool to Llanfair Caerrinion. In the consist is the recently outshopped replica Pickering coach.

Down on the Bluebell O1 Class No. 65 is seen involved on P.W. work at Horsted Keynes. On the Chinnor & Princes Risborough railway the Aveling Porter engine ‘Blue Circle’ makes a rare appearance in steam.
56 minutes.
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£12
TV13 Follow The Van - Vol. 5 (2005)
Goods trains are a feature of many Galas. The Glos/Warks, Swanage and Welshpool between them used 10 locos that gave this video a distinctive Great Western flavour.

Staying GWR, a photo charter at Telford with a Pannier tank from Llangollen is featured. A trip on the Tanfield railway with their Goods train is followed.
54 minutes.
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£12
TV14 Lineside Autumn 2005
Autumn Gala action from the railways at Swanage, Welshpool, Caernarfon and Bredgar. From diminuitive gauge tanks up to Bulleid Pacifics 20 steam engines are shown to bring you the best lineside action.

From the Midland Railway Centre the newly returned to steam Caprotti Standard works a Photo Charter. Clag and squealing wagon wheels are provided by the Tanfield Goods.
82 minutes.
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£15
TV15 Follow the Van Vol. 6 (2006)
The video opens with a Mega Power Photo Charter at the Great Central with 9F and 5MT locos passing at various points The video goes on to feature freight action from Winter Galas held on the Severn Valley, Great Central and Keighley, Worth Valley Railways. There is more Photo Charter action from the South Devon, Swanage and Chinnor & Prince’s Risborough Railways.
52 minutes.
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£12
TV16 Lineside Winter 2005/6
Late Autumn Galas at the East and West Somerset Railways plus the Sittingbourne and Kemsley Light Railway are featured. There is Photo Charter action from the Great Central, Severn Valley and South Devon Railways. No winter video would be complete without Santa. Santa Specials on the Cholsey and Wallingford Railway and the Northampton and Lamport Railway are featured.
Approx. 90 minutes.
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£15
TV17 Lineside Spring 2006
The best action from 4 Galas held Early 2006. The Great Central Railway and the Keighley & Worth Valley Railway for their Winter events. Spring at Llangollen and the Branchline event on the Severn Valley Railway. Photo Charters include a Standard 4MT tank at Swanage, Pannier No. 9682 at Chinnor plus a Somerset & Dorset themed on the West Somerset featuring Tangmere and 4F double header.

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£15
TV18 Lineside Autumn 2006
Features Photo charter action, from the Kent & East Sussex Railway, as the Bluebell’s Terrier Stepney features the ex Brighton Works shunter,and Bradley Manor working over the Dean Forest Railway. Another engine renumbered and renamed for a charter is MN Class No. 35005 Canadian Pacific when it was at the Great Central. Gala action comes from the Glos/Warks Centenary event and the Mid Hants Railway. There is Narrow Gauge from Llanberis Lake and for something exotic a visit to Jamestown, California. Approx. 88 mins

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£15
TV19 Follow the Van Vol. 7
A year in the making this video features freight action from Galas held at the Great Central, Glos/Warks and Mid-Hants Railways. Photo charter action with a Terrier working a mixed freight on the Kent & East Sussex Railway. On the Nene Valley 73050 works the breakdown train and from Foxfield Austerity tank ‘Whimblebury’ hauling coal wagons. Approx. 54 mins

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£10
TV20 LINESIDE Winter 2006/7
Santa action from the Mid-Suffolk and Leighton Buzzard Railways. Great Central Winter Gala, 5 locos in use, plus the Great Marquess event at the Churnett Valley. Photo charters from the Bluebell, Foxfield, Nene Valley and Severn Valley Railways. Approx. 83 mins

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£15
TV21 Lineside Spring 2007
Gala action from Spring 2007’s biggest events. The West Somerset and Steel, Steam & Stars at Llangollen operating near on 20 engines between them. Photo Charter action with Ditcheat Manor on the Cambrian Coast Express, ( but where? ) and the North Norfolk’s J15 on the Kent and East Sussex Railway. The Bluebell is visited for their Goods Train Day. Final scenes are from the Chinnor & Prince’s Risborough Railway as they re-enact the last day of services from 1957. Approx. 85 mins

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£15
TV22 Follow the Van Volume 8
This video features freight action from the Bluebell Goods Train Day and the Foxfield Railway 40th Anniversary as 6 engines work up the 1 in 21 gradient from the Colliery. Gala freight workings from the Llangollen and West Somerset. Photo charter action with a J15 on the Kent and East Sussex Railway.

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£15
TV23 Lineside Autumn
July and August 2007 was a time for Anniversaries. Both the Mid-Hants and Swanage Railways held Galas, with visiting engines, to mark the day when steam ended on the Southern Region in July 1967. Set up in 1967, the Foxfield Railway celebrated their Fortieth anniversary with a Gala, which saw 6 locos being steamed.

A look is also taken at the embryonic Lynton and Barnstaple Railway and the Vintage Train set at the Midland Railway Centre. There is also Photo charter action from the Mid Hants with 73096 working an early morning freight. Approx. 87 mins

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£15
TV24 Follow the Van Volume 9
This video features freight action from Photo Charters held on the Glos & Warks, Pontypool & Blaenavon, Great Central, Mid Hants Railways. Locos featured are 65462, 813, 5643 and 73096. From the Bluebell Railway, 34028 Eddystone works an empty Ballast train during the Giants of Steam event. On the Avon Valley Railway, 7F 53809 is featured on a Driver Training Course. Approx. 46 mins

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£10
TV25 Lineside Winter 2007/8
Action from 7 different railways on this edition of Lineside and engines too numerous to count. The Romney, Hythe and Dymchurch Railway utilise their entire working fleet of engines at their Double Header Day. The Bluebell Railway wheeled out three Bulleid Pacifics, plus others, at their Giants of Steam event. 7F 53809 works a Drivers Training Course on the Avon Valley Railway. There is Photo Charter action from the Great Central, and Glos & Warks Railways. Also action from the Xmas Cracker event on the Glos & Warks. No Winter edition is complete without Santa Specials for which we visit the Swindon & Cricklade Railway. Approx. 86 mins

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£15
TV26 Scenes from Australia Vol 2
A 2 disc set featuring Preserved Railways in the State of Victoria as high temperatures in South Australia saw a Steam ban in place. Therefore we look at a number of British built engines in the National Railway Museum in Port Adelaide.

Railways visited in Victoria are The Bellarine Peninsula Railway, Coal Creek Tramway, Mornington Peninsula Railway and the World famous Puffing Billy line.

Why not buy Vol 1 as well and get the two for £15?

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£12
TV27 Lineside Summer 2008
Over 20 locomotives feature on this video! Ten engines, working Passenger and Goods trains, make an appearance on the Statfold Barn Railway at their Open Day event. Loads of clag and squealing flanges at this event.

COMEBACKS……The Severn Valley reopens between Bridgnorth and Hampton Loade with a Prairie working trains. Britannia Pacific 70013 ‘Oliver Cromwell’ returns to steam on the Great Central Railway to work services with two other engines.

Photo Charter action is with the Port Talbot tank, No 813, on the Pontypool & Blaenavon Railway plus from Llangollen, 42968 working freight.

Short freights are worked at the Amberley Museum during their Industrial Trains Day. Working Passenger trains was Bagnall tank ‘Wendy’ which was visiting the line. Approx. 84 mins

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TV28 Follow the Van Vol. 10
There is a quite a bias towards Narrow Gauge with this video. The Statfold Barn Railway used a number of engines, home based and visiting, at their June 2008 Open Day. Amberley museum sent some of their diesels out onto their Main Line at an Industrial Trains event. The Vintage Weekend event on the Welshpool & Llanfair Light Railway saw the lines two original locos working a Mixed train and a short Goods.

Big engine scenes come from Llangollen with the Severn Valley’s 42968 on a Photographers Charter.

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£12
TV29 Lineside Autumn 2008
From Staffordshire a S160 works trains on the Churnet Valley and Gala footage from Foxfield with action centred on the Colliery and Dilhorne bank.

From Wales we cover the Vintage weekend on the Welshpool & Llanfair with Earl and Countess on services including the Pickering coaches in a mixed train. A Photo Charter with 5619 working a freight on the Pontypool & Blaenavon railway to recreate a scene not seen for over Forty years. Reminiscent of a Sixties shed bash we show how TEN lines in North Wales can be visited in one day.

We dip into the world of minature railways with a visit to Eastleigh Lakeside where a Garrett is working trains.

Finally, Autumn Gala action from the Lynton & Barnstaple and Swanage Railways.

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£15
TV30 Follow the Van Vol 11.
At Foxfield’s Summer Gala 6 engines tackle in 1 in 19 climb out of the colliery including Portbury which was visiting from the Bristol Harbour Railway. 4 engines work the Goods train over the Swanage Railway during their Autumn Gala. From the West Somerset Railway Autumn Gala the Churnett Valley’s S160 hauls a Eastbound freight .

Photocharter action sees the Bluebell Railways’ Dukedog on the Severn Valley. A South Wales valley echoes once again to the sound of a G.W.R. 56xx Class on the Pontypool & Blaenavon Railway. Memories of 1958 are stirred as a North Eastern Q6 Class, visiting from the N.Y.M.R., works coal empties on the Great Central in snowy weather. Approx 54 mins

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£12
TV31 Scenes from Staffordshire
Seven railways are to be found in this County. From the diminutive 10.25” gauge of Rudyard Lake to the massive American built S160 on the Churnet Valley all are featured.

There is glorious Autumn colour at the well known beauty spot of Rudyard Lake, to the North of Leek. South of Leek, at Cheddleton, a S160 Class loco works its train up the Churnet Valley situated in the area known as the Staffordshire Alps.

Narrow gauge action comes from the Greenfield site at Amerton. There is more narrow gauge at the 21st Century home of Hunslet Loco Works situated at Statfold Barn, near Tamworth, which holds a limited number of Open days each year.

The County’s Industrial Heritage is not forgotten. Featured is the embryonic line at the Apedale Heritage Centre operated by the Moseley Trust. Visitors to the Foxfield Railway are enamoured by little Tank engines tackling the 1 in 19 climb away from the Colliery buildings. Another former colliery line is at Chasewater, near Brownhills, which runs through Chasewater Country Park. Approx 65 mins

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£12
TV32 LINESIDE Winter 2008/9
Late Autumn Galas from the West Somerset and Bluebell Railways are shown. Autumn colour comes from the 10.25” gauge line of the Rudyard Lake Railway.

Being the Winter edition, we feature Santa working the crowd on the narrow gauge line at Amerton, in Staffordshire.

Photocharter action features Bluebell Railways Dukedog at the Severn Valley on a mixed freight. From the Great Central the North Yorkshire Moors Q6 No. 63395 hauls a rake of coal empties in true wintry conditions.

A look is also taken on the North Norfolk Railway as they mark the 50th anniversary of the closure of the Midland & Great Northern Railway with 5 engines invited in to take part. Approx 87 mins

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£15
TV33 LINESIDE Spring 2009
Featured on this edition are highlights from the West Somerset Railway Spring Gala and action from Steel, Steam & Stars II on the Llangollen Railway, including the 10 engine cavalcade which ran on the last day.

South Devon Railway celebrated their 40th Anniversary and the day of our visit all the visiting engines ran..

Photocharter action comes from the Mid Hants where 34007 Wadebridge works a Westbound freight.

Miniature action comes from the Ruislip Lido railway.

Glorious Spring colour comes in the form of lineside Bluebells at the Bredgar & Wormshill Light Railway. Approx 83 mins

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£15
TV34 Follow The Van Vol 12
Freight trains continue to feature in Event days. From South Devon and Llangollen typical Branchline Goods operate and also from the Mid Hants a Photocharter. Coal wagons are worked at Foxfield while at Fawley rides are given in an open wagon and Brake van. At Bredgar a Mixed train works over the line.

Engineering Dept trains have operated on various lines. The North Norfolk Railway has had their Breakdown train out while the Spa Valley showed off a P.W. Train. On the Glos & Warks Railway a Ballast Train is seen at work. Approx 56 mins

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£12
TV35 LINESIDE Summer 2009
The Leighton Buzzard Railway marked 90 years of operation with an event featuring engines that had worked in France during the Great War.

The Railways at Chinnor and Wallingford also celebrate significant Anniversaries by operating an Autotrain. A third Autotrain is seen on the Glos & Warks Railway during their Spring Gala. More Spring Gala action comes from the Spa Valley.

Passenger trains on the Old Kiln Light Railway and the Romney, Hythe & Dymchurch Railway are also to be seen. Approx 83 mins

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£15
TV36 LINESIDE Autumn 2009
ENGINES GALORE !! Gala action from Cleethorpes Coast, North Norfolk and Severn Valley Railways. The Bucks Railway Centre marks 40 years of operation.

Photocharter action from Pontypool & Blaenavon with a Pannier tank from Bodmin which was on the line to mark a special anniversary. Approx 82 mins

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£15
TV37 Follow the Van Vol 13
A year in the making with a whole feast of railways appearing from Miniature to Standard Gauge.

An O4 shunting at Cleethorpes, Goods trains on the Old Kiln Light Railway and Hayling Island to represent Narrow Gauge. Freight trains from Galas on the West Somerset, Nene Valley, North Norfolk, Keighley & Worth Valley plus the Swindon & Cricklade Railways. There is also photo charter action from the Churnet Valley and Pontypool & Blaenavon Railway. Approx 53 mins

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£12
TV38 LINESIDE Early 2010
Action from the first 6 months of 2010. This was the year of celebrating the 175th Anniversary of the Great Western Railway. We take in the events on the West Somerset and Swindon & Cricklade to mark the occasion. More Gala action from the Keighley & Worth Valley Railway and also the Nene Valley Railway. There is photocharter action from the Churnet Valley, filmed in the snow. Narrow gauge gets a feature with the Hayling Island Railway in operation with a visiting Steam engine. Approx 85 mins

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£15
TV39 LINESIDE 2010 The last 6 months.
Action from the Bluebell Railway celebrating 50 years of operation. Autumn Gala action from Llangollen and the Mid Hants who had a Somerset & Dorset theme. Bredgar & Wormshill Railway provides some Narrow Gauge action at one of their Open Days. Also featured is Miniature gauge at the Moors Valley Railway with a number of Garratts in steam. Approx 86 mins

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£15
TV40 Our first video for four years and the first with a voice over commentary.
The phrase ‘Top Left Corner’ was originally penned by the Ffestiniog Railway P.R. department with reference to shape of their two railways running between Caenarfon and Blanaeu Ffestiniog via Portmadog. We have expanded that to include other railways, with a little license, in the top left quadrant of Wales. The resultant double disc DVD visits 12 railways and features over 20 engines to give approximately 150 minutes of action. All the lines were visited during Peak season apart from the Rhiw Valley.
Lines featured are as follows:-
Bala Lake, Corris, Fairbourne, Ffestiniog, Llanberis Lake, Rhiw Valley, Snowdon Mountain, Talyllyn, Vale of Rheidol, Welsh Highland, Welsh Highland Heritage Trust, Welshpool & Llanfair .

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£15


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