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    Ivo Peters: S&D Part One  £16.95

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    Part One: Bath Green Park to Masbury Summit A fresh look at Ivo Peters' film of the Somerset & Dorset Railway, which closed in 1966. In part 1, after a brief introduction and a glimpse of the man behind the camera, we travel down the line from Bath Green Park to Masbury Summit, 811 feet above sea level on the Mendips. A subsequent volume will complete the journey to Broadstone, and then return to Bath from Evercreech Junction on a freight train.

    Ivo Peters: Vol 4 North Wales N Gauge Steam 59/60  £16.95

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    Volume Four North Wales Narrow Gauge Steam 1959/60 This volume takes Ivo Peters' coverage of British railways into a new realm - the fascinating narrow gauge railways of North Wales. After a brief visit to B.R.'s last narrow gauge line at Aberystwyth, we see the earliest days of the Talylln and Festiniog, before the major part of the programme explores the long lost slate qaurry railways - the Padarn and Penrhyn. Each railway is covered in detail, with lineside trips up the lines, and the slate quarries fully explored.

    Ivo Peters: Vol 6 Ironstone Lines   £16.95

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    Volume Six Ironstone Lines Ivo Peters' love of railways was widespread. Not only did he cover the famous main lines and well-known minor railways in his 16mm colour cine film collection, but he delved into the realms of industrial steam, where fascinating small (and large) engines performed the vital tasks of British industry. Probably one of the least-known areas was that of the Ironstone districts, where some of the most delightful and attractive industrial railways in the whole country ran along the edges of fields, through small woods and the heart of the countryside to connecting lines with British Railways.

    Ivo Peters: Vol 7 Steam in 1961  £16.95

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    Volume Seven Steam in 1961 This is the second of "a series within a series" as it is Ivo Peters' second steam annual, looking at various events and locations in 1961. The programme is produced from Ivo's superb 16mm colour film and covers both main line and indutrial railways, giving a unique insight into the railways of that time - now changed out of all recognittion. Highlights include everyday workings on Sapperton Bank, the Britannia Bridge, at Honiton and Wickwar Tunnels, and specials range from the Southern's "Solent Limited" to the last day of the Midland and South Western Railway. Docksides feture prominently; Weymouth Quay, Bowaters at Sittingbourne and Avonmouth Docks show three different aspects. Shunting at Staveley, Royal Observer Corps at Bournemouth West, and beautiful engines at Becton and Exeter Gasworks make this a well rounded programme. Steam is also seen from the cab of the Bristol Pullman on the Bristol to London main line.

    Railway Round-Up No 17  £9.95

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    Railway Round-Up No. 17 - Kingfisher Productions

    Steaming to Hampshire and Dorset  £16.95

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    Strictly Bulleids  £12.99

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

    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.

    Wareham to Swanage Main Line Link  £12.95

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    Includes: Famous visitng locomotives including Flying Scotsman, Reconnecting the Branch, First through Trains, Wareham trial service & workings between Furzbrook & Worgret.