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British Steam Locomotives: The Steam Trains Of Great Britain Shown In 200 Photographs

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British Steam Locomotives: The Steam Trains Of Great Britain Shown In 200 Photographs

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Classic British Steam Engines: Flying Scotsman

Classic British Steam Engines: Flying Scotsman

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Vintage Steam Trains: Great British Steam

Vintage Steam Trains: Great British Steam

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The British Railway Stories: Episode 2, Complete Episode


“Veto a V2!” – Original Air Date, 20th August, 2007. This episode has been remastered with a restored soundtrack, and its original filmed scenes. There are subtle differences between this version and that which aired on Youtube in two parts, three years. This story is about a mixed traffic steam engine named Herbert – who is afraid of cows…upon arrival at the yard, it’s up to Herbert shows Sir Ralph what mixed traffic engines can do (and why Sir Ralph shouldn’t run hot while running!) You can find more information on the original Episode Two here: www.britishrailwayseries.com The companion eBook to The British Railway Stories, “Tale of the Unnamed Engine” is now available for purchase on the Amazon Kindle, and other eBook formats! Available worldwide and priced at £4.99, the new eBook recounts the origin story of the YouTube series’ favourite characters! Follow this link to purchase the book, written by Simon AC Martin and illustrated by Dean Walker: Music by Kevin Mcleod, Incompetech.com The contents of these videos, including all text and photos (except where credited otherwise) are ©The British Railway Stories Ltd & Simon AC Martin

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Portrait of an Engineer – British Railways in the 1950’s


Produced in 1954, this film depicts a typical day of production engineer Ted Wilson who has spent 30 years working at the Vulcan Foundry (located at Newton-le-Willows, Lancashire). At this time the foundry was building both steam and electric locomotives for Britain and other countries. You’ll see the inner workings of the foundry, including the large machines in operation.

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Scale British Steam Locomotives


Video taken in May 1993 at Abbotsfield park Urmston (Manchester) the home of Urmston and District model Engineering Society (www.udmes.co.uk

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Railways in Britain 1959 – Development of British diesel, electric and steam trains


This promotional film was produced in 1959 to educate the general public about the development of diesel, electric and steam engines in Britain. The film features many examples of motive power, both in England as well as locomotives exported to foreign countries, and includes scenes of the “Deltic” class diesel which were the most powerful locomotives at the time.

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British Steam Locomotive Bulleid Pacific 35028 Clan Line at Victoria Station 9 December Steam Train


The arrival of the very beautiful and impressive Bulleid Pacifc Clan Line on the evening of 9 december 2009.

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