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Volume 206

Scottish Steam Miscellany (80-mins) Price £19.75

**RELEASED October 2016**

Another in our steam miscellany series, but this time covering Scotland. Again, it uses mostly previously unseen film compiled in the order the film runs off the original cine reels and largely without our usual detailed commentaries.

We begin at Carstairs with a very slippery 46244 “King George VI” and then move to Edinburgh Waverley for the first of a number of visits here that also includes St. Margaret’s shed and Craigentinny carriage sidings. Not forgotten is the now-closed Caledonian Railway terminus in the city at Princes Street.

Few would have thought that the final work of Gresley’ s famous A4s would have on the well known three-hour expresses between Glasgow and Aberdeen. In fact, by June 1964, only one class member was left in England. This route is covered in detail including at Glasgow Buchanan Street, Larbert, Plean, Stirling, Bridge of Allan, Gleneagles, Perth, Forfar, Laurencekirk, Stonehouse, and Aberdeen. There is also extensive coverage at Thornton Junction and Dundee,

At Montrose J37s are seen going about their daily duties, whilst at Aberdeen we make a visit to the Gas Works whose locomotives had tramway-type skirts enclosing their motion.

We next visit Glasgow Central and Paisley Gilmour Street whilst at Kilwinning a Caledonian ‘Jumbo’ is seen at work as we head towards the Glasgow & South Western stronghold of Ayr. Here there are 2-6-0 ‘Crabs’ aplenty on freight trains, a double-headed boat train from Stranraer, steam on the local to and from Kilmarnock, plus also a lightweight Park Royal railbus.

Sheds seen include Edinburgh St. Margaret’s, Stirling, Perth, Dundee, Aberdeen Ferryhill, Ayr and Hurlford. Classes seen include: Coronation, A1, A2, A3, A4, V2, J36, J37, J38, WD 2-8-0, Crab 2-6-0, ex-LMS 2-6-4T, Black 5, Caledonian 3F, Caledonian ‘Jumbo’ 2F, B1, BR Standard Britannia, & Clan pacifics, Standard Class 5 (including Caprottis), 76xxx, 77xxx and 80xxx.

Filmed largely in colour and mostly during the 1960s, an authentic sound track has been added along with a commentary to complement this further nostalgic look at the last years of Scottish steam.

Cover photo:- Keith Pirt/Courtesy of Booklaw Publications, A4 No.60019 “Bittern” climbing out of Stonehaven, June 1966.

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Volume 197

Southern Steam Finale No.10 (60-mins) Price £19.75

**RELEASED September 2015**

The final(!) of our Southern Steam Finale series which covers the last 18 months leading up to the end of steam on the Southern Region in July 1967. Here we use material that was not included in the first 9 volumes plus a few minutes of early preservation footage; but even that is from over 30 years ago! Luckily some Southern engines survived to bring back memories of those halcyon days. We look at some of the older classes the Lord Nelsons, King Arthurs & Schools, which although all withdrawn in 1962, have examples which have been in steam since July 1967.

Twenty years on from the end of steam, Merchant Navy “Clan Line” was seen on the Blackmore Vale Expresses from Salisbury to Exeter, with grateful thanks to Gerald Daniels the then Area Manager. Bullied Battle of Britain 34067 “Tangmere” and West Country 34092 “City of Wells” are also seen on specials, some far away from their comfort zone.

But back to 1967. The majority of the engines at the end were unkempt but not unloved by their drivers, with many a tale being told of a Bulleid Pacific thundering along the track at over 100mph! Most of this volume concentrates on the last steam main line from Waterloo to Bournemouth and Weymouth, but we also take a trip across the Solent to the Isle of Wight to see the Victorian Adams 02 class 0-4-4 tanks. These really useful engines, were sent to the Island by the Southern Railway in the 1920s to replace the ancient engines inherited from the various Island railways. They lasted to the end of steam on the Island, and one W24 “Calbourne” has been preserved.

As well as the more glamorous express engines, we see Urie and Maunsell S15s, Maunsell N & U class Moguls, Bulleid’s Q1s and the USA 0-6-0 dock tanks. Standard Class 4s & 5s are seen, working alongside Standard Class 3 and 4 tanks. LMS Black 5s and Ivatt tanks are also seen plus A4 60024 “Kingfisher” and A2 60532 “Blue Peter” on enthusiast specials.

So pour yourself a glass of Tizer, tuck into that individual apple pie and sit back and enjoy the DVD.

Cover photo:- Keith Pirt/Courtesy Book Law Publications, Schools Class 30926 “Repton” passing Paddock Wood, 1962.

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Volume 154

Scottish Railways Remembered No.4 (60-mins) Price £19.75

An archive film covering the railways in Central Scotland from LARBERT to GLASGOW BUCHANAN STREET when A4 pacifics such as 60007 “Sir Nigel Gresley” ran on Glasgow to Aberdeen duties. Other motive power is also shown on this route. We then visit BEDLAY colliery with steam motive power before moving to the FIFE area on lines from DUNFERMLINE to THORNTON JCT, MARKINCH, ALLOA and ALVA. The “Aberdonian” railtour using two ex-NBR J37s is featured. Two collieries at KINNEIL and DYSART are seen in the Fife coalfields followed by a visit to the now closed LOCHTY Railway in the 1970s. From PERTH to DUNDEE in steam days with its variety of motive power in the mid 1960s. At Dundee, although diesel hauled, the Royal Train is seen. Finally over the TAY and FORTH bridges to EDINBURGH WAVERLEY.Among the steam motive power typicial of this area are 0-6-0 freight types through to WD, Black 5, B1, V2, A2, A4 and Standard 5s including Caprotti examples along with the preserved Scottish locomotives Nos. 246, 256 and 673 on railtours when out on the main line and branch lines.

Cover photo:- Keith Pirt/Courtesy Booklaw Publications, B1 61262 comes off the Tay Bridge, June 1966.

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Volume 145

Steam in the North East (80-mins) Price £19.75

Jim Clemens Collection No.26. British Railways steam came to an end in the North Eastern Region in September 1967 and views of these workings are seen at RYEHOPE GRANGE along with the last passenger workings on the ALNWICK branch featuring K1 2-6-0 and Q6, J27 & 9F hauled freight trains at Tyne Dock in 1966.

Back in regular BR steam working days, we visit DARLINGTON to see A1 and A2 Pacifics, V2 2-6-2s, WD Austerity 2-8-0s, Jubilee 4-6-0s and Ivatt 4MTs.

Industrial steam and electric action in 1967 features BACKWORTH, WIDDRINGTON, SOUTH HETTON, BURRADON and DOXFORD, plus the former BOWES incline being worked manually.

We then visit BEAMISH Museum to see 0-6-0 J21 and the replica Locomotion No.1 in steam followed by scenes of ex-LNER locomotives including Flying Scotsman at the Shildon 150th.Anniversary Cavalcade event in 1975.

Lastly, we feature coverage of the K1 No. 62005 railtour in May 1967 from STOCKTON to CATTERICK and much, much more.

The film has been mastered with an authentic sound-track and researched in detail to give an informative commentary.

Cover photo: Jim Clemens, 65894 at Ryehope Grange in 1966.

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Volume 132

Scottish Railways Remembered No.3 (60-mins) Price £19.75

A review of the Scottish Region steam scene around the Tay estuary area in the 1960s. This area covers PERTH, DUNDEE, MONTROSE, STIRLING and GLENEAGLES.

Branch lines seen include LIFF, BERVIE, CARMYLLIE, TAYPORT and CRIEFF, seen with normal steam services and some rail tours that visited them.

All the usual motive power of the time is seen including Pacifics of the A2, A4, Britannia and Clan variety. These are backed up by V2, B1, WD, J37, Black 5, Ivatt 2s and Standard types. Shed visits are made to PERTH and DUNDEE depots.

All in excellent colour film with an authentic sound track and informative commentary.

Cover photo:- Keith Pirt/Courtesy Booklaw Publications, A2 60530 “Sayajirao” on Kinbuck Bank, 1965.

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Volume 113

Along LNER Lines Part 2 (60-mins) Price £19.75

Archive film of steam along the East Coast Route from KINGS CROSS to YORK before it ended south of Peterborough in 1963. There are detailed views of KINGS CROSS terminus, PETERBOROUGH and DONCASTER with visits to Top Shed and GRANTHAM. Motive power shows A1, A2, A3 and A4 Pacifics with B1 and V2 classes putting in appearances. The Eastern suburban services up to 1962 were worked by L1 and N7 classes and scenes from LIVERPOOL STREET to BETHNAL GREEN, CHINGFORD, HERTFORD EAST and BISHOPS STORTFORD are seen.The LTS line via DAGENHAM to SHOEBURYNESS is covered with LMS 2-6-4 tanks. SPALDING is seen as a diversion off the East Coast line before the North Eastern Region is reached. That is covered by a journey over the STAINMORE line on its last day of service in early 1962 and in 1967 with a K1 hauled special to BISHOP AUCKLAND. Rare footage of the Flying Scotsman train in the 1930′s is included and the GRIMSBY & IMMINGHAM line before it succumbed to closure.

Mostly filmed in colour from 1959 to 1967 but some black and white footage is included. A detailed commentary and authentic sound-track completes a nostalgic look at LNER steam.

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Volume 98

Lancashire & Yorkshire Memories Part.6 (60-mins) Price £19.75

Part 6 – Manchester to Bury. A film of the steam age in the late 1960’s around the ex-Lancashire and Yorkshire’s Manchester Victoria station. The climb of Miles Platting bank at the time when steam worked out of the Bury platforms and where the trams now reign. There also is coverage of the LNWR’s Exchange station. Shed visits to Patricroft, and Newton Heath with an extensive footage of locomotives working there in 1965 such as Britannias, Ivatt 2-6-0′s, 2-6-4T’s, and visiting B1 and A2 amongst the resident Stanier types. The line to Bury is followed including a railtour which brought a pair of Jinty’s to Bolton Street and a 2-6-4T to Bacup. Various industrial locations are also visited including Trafford Park, Manchester Ship Canal Railway at Mode Wheel, Heap Bridge and the ICI Blackley Works. Even Manchester and Stalybridge trolley buses put in an appearance in this film of the steam railway scene as it was in the 1960’s.

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Volume 98

Lancashire & Yorkshire Memories Part.6 (60-mins) Price £19.75

Part 6 – Manchester to Bury. A film of the steam age in the late 1960’s around the ex-Lancashire and Yorkshire’s Manchester Victoria station. The climb of Miles Platting bank at the time when steam worked out of the Bury platforms and where the trams now reign. There also is coverage of the LNWR’s Exchange station. Shed visits to Patricroft, and Newton Heath with an extensive footage of locomotives working there in 1965 such as Britannias, Ivatt 2-6-0′s, 2-6-4T’s, and visiting B1 and A2 amongst the resident Stanier types. The line to Bury is followed including a railtour which brought a pair of Jinty’s to Bolton Street and a 2-6-4T to Bacup. Various industrial locations are also visited including Trafford Park, Manchester Ship Canal Railway at Mode Wheel, Heap Bridge and the ICI Blackley Works. Even Manchester and Stalybridge trolley buses put in an appearance in this film of the steam railway scene as it was in the 1960’s.

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Volume 74

Scottish Railways Remembered No.2 (60-mins) Price £19.75

A concentrated look at the railways from Inverness to Aberdeen and Perth. Scenes at Forres, Keith and the GN of S route are seen in 1962 with a railtour behind HR 103 and GN of S 49. Aberdeen in 1961 had A2, A3, WD and even 4F classes. The Ballater branch still lived, albeit with DMU, and we travel the whole line. Back at Aberdeen the A4′s had arrived amongst B1′s, V2′s and Standards. On to Perth via Stonehaven and Forfar. Pickersgill 4-4-0′s at Leysmill and Blairgowrie. The Aberfeldy branch, by Type 2 diesel, did exist then. Perth in 1961, whose pilots were 4F and Caley tank. Later, Clan, Duchess, A4, A2, Al, V2 and LMS 2-6-4T and Black 5.

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Volume 68

Steam in the Capital (60-mins) Price £19.75

A nostalgic look back to London’s termini for the Big Four in the 1960′s and on lines radiating from them. We begin at Euston, 70032 departs on the “Comet” and first generation diesels 10201/2 on the “Royal Scot”. At Marylebone, we go north to Chorley Wood with 2-6-4 tanks, Rickmansworth for a B1. Growler No.11 of London Transport leads us to Neasden and the work of LT’s pannier tanks at Croxley and Farringdon. A Britannia and Patriot are at St.Pancras with Scot and Jubilee. Next door was King’s Cross and the East Coast main line to Hatfield. This section is full of A1, A2, A3 and A4 pacifics, V2, WD and B1 all appear in the early 1960′s. Next, the Great Eastern from Liverpool Street, through North London and east to Colchester and Ipswich, Britannia, J15 and even a D16 4-4-0. Fenchurch Street to Shoeburyness with 2-6-4 tanks. Over to Paddington and the Western main line to Reading via the Marlow branch, Castles, Halls and auto-tanks. At Reading we meet the Southern Railway. Return to Waterloo via Feltham for S15 and Q1, Clapham for M7, ex-GWR pannier tanks, W Class and Fowler tank. A Schools and Lord Nelson appear before nostalgic views of Beattie well tanks and an H16. See what a 1960′s railway enthusiast and all the cockney sparrows witnessed on a visit to England’s Capital City.

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Volume 58

Wirral Steam (60-mins) Price £19.75

An in depth look at the steam scene on the Wirral peninsular from Chester to Birkenhead, Bidston to Shotton. Fifteen cameramen supplied material for this video, notably John Ryan, a local enthusiast from Bromborough. From Chester we take the LMS and GWR Joint line to Hooton calling at Upton, Mollington and Capenhurst. Here the line was joined from the east at Mouldsworth via Ellesmere Port where a visit is made to the Manchester Ship Canal Railway. Returning to Hooton, we go north to Birkenhead calling at all stations. Birkenhead provides nostalgic views of Woodside station, the ferries to Liverpool and a glorious sight of the liner “Empress of Canada” docking there. A prolonged visit to Birkenhead Shed precludes a visit to the Docks lines with mogul 42942 and early 1970′s tours with industrial steam engines. Coverage is then given to the Bidston to Shotton ore trains seen everywhere along the route from the Docks to Shotwick Sidings with 9F power right into the steelworks. At Bidston we divert to New Brighton worked by ex-GWR pannier 4683. Motive power to be seen include 2-6-4 tanks, Black 5′s’, 9F’s, Standard 4′s, Crabs and visits by B1, A2 and a Castle on the last day of steam services from Paddington to Birkenhead. A film full of atmosphere and nostalgia for anyone who knew the railways of the Wirral or not.

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Volume 49

Lancashire & Yorkshire Memories Part 3 (60-mins) Price £19.75

Another fascinating look at the railways using ex-L&Y lines. This video is firmly in Lancashire, Preston and the Fylde. Preston was complex with L & Y and LNWR routes to its main station. Sadly the East Lancs side has now completely disappeared. Using archive film from 1962 up to 1968 this video covers all routes to Preston, from the south and out to the north-west onto the Fylde and Blackpool. It covers all the many junctions and types of traffic passing through, freight, coal, cement and of course the busy passenger traffic especially to Blackpool. See Farrington yards, a birds eye view of Preston station, Lostock Hall shed and a glimpse of the Preston North shed after it had burnt down. The Longridge branch was visited by a Super D in 1962, Preston Docks had steam up until 1968. Specials pass through, we cannot show a Southern engine but there is an LNER A2 and a GWR Castle. Jubilees, Royal Scots and the occasional Duchess appear. The two routes to Blackpool Central and North are covered, this time a Clan and an LNER A1 put in appearances alongside LMS and Standards. See the pick-up freight at Lytham St.Annes and visit Blackpool Central shed. Twelve cameramen filmed for this video including Eric Woods whose still material has been published in the “Glorious Years” features of Steam Railway magazine. His cine film was rare too and this video overs the Glorious years of steam around Preston.

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Volume 44

Cumberland Glory (60-mins) Price £19.75

“Cumberland Glory” is the story of the railways around Cumberland’s border city of Carlisle. Citadel station witnessed the passing of many trains, among them the “Royal Scot”, “Mid-day Scot” and “Waverley”. Motive power included Princess Coronation Pacifics, Jubilees, Black Fives and Patriots. Railtours brought in locomotives from all the big four companies as well as Scottish preserved engines such as “Glen Douglas” and Caley Single No.123. Gresley A4′s came from the Waverley Route. Kingmoor Shed is visited portraying normal working locomotives and the visitors off of railtours. Its turntable played host to a Western A2 Pacific “Blue Peter” during the period covered in this video which begins in 1962. Branches and main lines radiating from Carlisle are visited, including Silloth and Langholm. There is magnificent action from the Settle and Carlisle line and the West Coast main line over Shap. The transition to diesel traction prior to eventual electrification in 1974 is seen with locomotives such as Class 40s and 50s plus the Royal Train. From heavy freight to 46238 “City of Carlisle” cleaned for football special, from an immaculate “Glen Douglas” to a 9F struggling to Ais Gill, it is all in this story. Much of the film, in both black and white and colour, was shot by local enthusiast Brian Irwin.

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Volume 33

Steam North of Carlisle (60-mins) Price £19.75

This video looks at the steam scene north of Carlisle and the area covered includes the climb to Beattock summit. The start is at Carlisle Citadel station and includes a visit to Kingmoor shed for Scot, Clan and B1 classes, for this was a time before the Waverley route closed. Border branches around the city are visited including Silloth, Alston and Langholm before moving on to the Port road to Stranraer viewing Dumfries, Newton Stewart and Kirkcudbright. We move on to Ayr, visiting the shed and their workings to the local collieries in the hands of Crab 2-6-0’s. Also featured are Mauchline, Killoch and Waterside. Along the Ayrshire coast we arrive at Gourrock on our way to the West Coast Main Line approaches to Glasgow Central via Motherwell. All four main routes into Glasgow are seen. Ex-Caley engines still exist with Cowlairs bank echoing to the sound of steam and the preserved Scottish locos are seen touring the system. Besides the usual Stanier and Standard classes, we feature five A4’s, three Duchesses, a WD on passenger duty, an A2 and a Jubilee; a feast of steam in an area never before covered in such length and detail. The majority of the film used in this video was taken by Geoff Lumb of Hudderfield who has had many photographs published in railway books and magazines. We have brought it all to life with superb sound and informative commentary. Two minutes of black & white film has been included into what is otherwise a full colour production.

Cover photo: Geoff Lumb. No. 256 “Glen Douglas” at Glasgow St.Enoch.

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Volume 28

Eastern Steam Recalled (60-mins) Price £19.75

A valued supplier of early material, Bob Todd, has allowed us to bring to life steam on the Great Eastern lines from Liverpool Street and Kings Cross. Over 30-minutes is spent on the steam suburban services to Edmonton, Enfield and Chingford, steam to Epping and Ongar, The North Woolwich branch, steam in the Lea Valley to Bishops Stortford and a railtour over the Colne Valley line. Cambridge follows before visiting Kings Cross and lineside locations to Hatfield for express and suburban workings. Ex-LNER locomotives featured are N7, N2, L1, J50, J15, J17, B1, B2, B12, B17, A1, A2, A3, A4, V2, 01, 04 backed up by Britannias and J69 at Liverpool Street and the odd WD and 9F. The last few minutes remember the early diesel changes on the ECML when Deltics took over from Pacifics and Kings Cross station was rationalised for electrification. A truly magnificent record of events from 1957.

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