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    Achieving the Dream: Rebuilding Swanage Railway  £12.95

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    Animated slide show with informative commentary.

    Includes an illustrated history of the Swanage branch from 1847 through to closure and bemolition in 1972.

    DVD Running Time 80 minutes

    Produced by Andrew P.M. Wright

    Ivo Peters: Steam in 1960  £16.95

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    Steam in 1960 A fresh look at Ivo Peters' film which formed Volume 5 in the video series "The Ivo Peters Collection" In order of appearances: the S&D, the Lickey Incline, Bass Worthington Brewery, Deeley Dock tank at Gloucester, Swindon Works, City of Truro and the Caledonian Single at Bristol, the inaugural run of the Blue Pullman, Vanguardin Poole Park, Eastleigh Works, Buckhorn Weston Tunnel, centenary celebrations at Exeter Central, Axminster/ Lyme Regis, Havant/Hayling Island and Yatton/Clevedon branch lines, the tea run on the S&D branch, and more.

    Ivo Peters: Vol 3 Westmorland & Scotland Easter 63  £16.95

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    This is the third railway film by Ivo Peters, originally released in 1987 on VHS video. The two previous volumes were his well loved survey of the late lamented Somerset & Dorset Railway now on DVD (Ivo Peters, his films revisited - The S&D, Parts 1 and 2). The original material was 16mm film with sound effects recorded by Peter Handford and Jack Newton.

    Strictly Bulleids  £12.99

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    Full Coverage of the Spring Steam Gala event at the Swanage Railway

    Swanage Diesels 3  £16.95

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    BUY NOW - DELIVERY IN JUNE

    This forthcoming DVD (the third in the series) will feature all five Swanage Diesel Galas that were held between 2016 and 2022. It will include every single Loco - around forty of them - from eighteen different Loco classes. And there will be a couple of cab rides for good measure.

    The programme should be around one hundred minutes long and is being produced by Locomaster profiles.

    Publication is due in June 2022.

    The Story of the Swanage Railway  £12.95

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    This is the story of Dorset's only preserved railway which opened in the 1880s and closed in the British Railway run-down period of the early 1970s. From the bleak period in 1972 came the Swanage Railway Trust who began the long and sometimes weary path to re-building the railway all the way back to Corfe Castle in 1995 and beyond to connect with the main line again in 2002. Through archive films and interviews, we hear of the re-building of the line in the late 1970s through to the 1990s, which required every piece of rail to be laid along the empty trackbed. This epic programme of two hours duration tells the whole story spanning three centuries from the 1880s through to the 21st century. Cover photographs courtesy of Andrew P M Wright Running time: 120 minutes.