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PAGE 1 - PRE-1968 B.R. STEAM TITLES
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A frame from 'B. R. STEAM SCENES OF 1964 &
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Frames from our 'B. R. STEAM SCENES' series.
RAILWAYS (PRE-1968) TITLES
B. R. STEAM SCENES OF 1964 & 1965.
Ex-G.W.R. locomotives still with nameplates and
numberplates at Newport (Mon.), heavy summer traffic at Salisbury in 1964,
Pacifics, V2s and other classes at Newcastle Central and ex-L.M.S. and ex-L.N.E.R.
classes across Scotland.
B. R. STEAM SCENES OF 1965.
Further scenes at Newport (Mon.) just weeks
before the end of steam, 02 tanks on the Isle of Wight and scenes at Guildford
and Basingstoke. J27s and Q6s at work around Tyneside and steam activity in the
B. R. STEAM SCENES OF 1966 & 1967.
The last days of the Somerset and Dorset route,
Bulleid Pacifics on the Bournemouth line, intense activity on the Wirral,
Warrington Bank Quay, Wigan North Western and pre-grouping classes around Blyth
and Tyne Dock.
B. R. STEAM SCENES OF 1967.
The grand finale of steam on the Southern
Region, scenes on Shap and Q6s and J27s around Ryhope and on the Silksworth
B. R. STEAM SCENES OF 1961 TO 1966.
Beattock Bank in 1962-1964, the Killin branch
train and Shap Bank with 'Princess Coronation' Pacifics, 'Royal Scots', 9Fs and
others. A detailed look at Bromsgrove and the Lickey incline in the last days of
steam banking. Other scenes around the Midlands include 'Castles' and a 'King'
on the Paddington route, a look at the Halesowen branch and steam-hauled
expresses thundering through Basingstoke.
B. R. STEAM SCENES IN SOUTH WALES AND
THE SOUTH WEST.
Featuring scenes on the Western and Southern
Regions of British Railways mainly between 1962 and 1964. Beginning in Wales,
journeys are made from Carmarthen to Aberystwyth, Swansea Victoria to Craven
Arms, Three Cocks to Moat Lane and Aberdare to Pontypool, all behind steam
power. Everywhere, there is
abundant evidence that this was still a steam railway with stations and
infrastructure largely intact. Moving into England, expresses and local services
around Gloucester and Cheltenham are seen before the cuts of the 1960s. A
detailed look at the Somerset and Dorset main line is followed by scenes on the
delightful Hemyock branch and the programme concludes with views around
Lymington and Swanage.
B. R. STEAM SCENES No. 7 :-
LINES OF THE FORMER G.W.R. and S.R.
(David Gouldthorp Collection Volume
Castles, Halls, Granges, a County, G.W.R.
2-6-0s, 2-6-2 tanks and more on the lines out of Birmingham Snow Hill, mainly
1964 - 1965, the Gloucester - Chalford auto service during its final weeks,
services out of Reading Southern 1964 - 1965, Bournemouth line, 1965 - 1967,
Honiton and Meldon in 1964.
B. R. STEAM SCENES No. 8 :-
LINES OF THE FORMER L.M.S. and L.N.E.R.
(David Gouldthorp Collection Volume
Covering Carlisle - Glasgow via Beattock, the
Glasgow - Aberdeen line, the Brechin branch, the Waverley Route, A1s, A3s, V2s,
etc. on the East Coast Main Line north of York, the West Coast Main Line
southwards out of Carlisle, intensive holiday traffic at Kirkham, the Settle
& Carlisle line, Copy Pit and the Chinley / Buxton area.
Filmed between 1964 and 1968.
B. R. STEAM SCENES No. 9 :-
WESTERN & SOUTHERN REGIONS, 1962 - 1966.
(The Ballantyne Collection).
Covering the Somerset and Dorset line, W. R.
branches in the south west, main line steam around Bath, the Cheddar Valley
line, the Kingham area, the Fairford Branch, Bridgnorth in 1963, Barnstaple
Junction, the Callington Branch, Reading - Redhill and much more.
Filmed by the well-known author and photographer Hugh Ballantyne and his
All the above are taken from colour cine film
and have an informative commentary and dubbed sound.
THE HUGH BALLANTYNE SLIDE SHOWS - 1 : LMS 0F TO 7P
(All the Slide show DVDs are of the standard type, playable on any normal DVD player).
For the first time, one of Hugh Ballantyne's famous slide shows given at venues up and down the country is being offered on DVD. The images are mostly in colour, going back to 1961, supplemented by a small selection of b & w images going back to 1950, over 175 images in all. These are presented in a magnificent slide show of optically-scanned and enhanced pictures with a full informative commentary. The show begins with an overview of all the classes that were to be encompassed in the proposed 1946 LMS locomotive standardisation scheme along with views of many other former LMS and constituent types that continued to work for much of the BR steam era. The next section contains overall views of a number of ex-LMS steam depots and then we take a journey down the West Coast Main Line with superb lineside views at many locations between Euston and the Clyde Valley. This is followed by scenes taken on various other lines that had belonged to the LMS. The DVD concludes with scenes of ex-LMS locos working over "foreign" metals in the UK plus a small number of views depicting LMS-designed 8F 2-8-0s overseas.
THE HUGH BALLANTYNE SLIDE SHOWS - 2 : GREAT WESTERN STEAM IN COLOUR : VOLUME ONE
78 mins. Over 120 images.
For the first time, Hugh Ballantyne has placed at our disposal his entire collection of colour photographs featuring former Great Western steam locos at work on British Railways which are covered in two slide show DVDs. Volume One contains an overview of all the Great Western steam classes that were still extant in 1961, the year Hugh took up colour photography. Further chapters feature views at Swindon, including locos undergoing heavy overhaul inside the works, lineside and station scenes in the Bath and Bristol areas and a similar selection in Somerset, Devon and Cornwall. Full informative commentary. Covering the years between 1961 and 1965.
THE HUGH BALLANTYNE SLIDE SHOWS - 3 : Great Western Steam in Colour : Volume Two
74 mins. Over 120 images.
The second volume featuring Hugh Ballantyne's Great Western collection of colour slides. This disc covers lineside, station and depot scenes on such routes as Swindon - Gloucester, Gloucester - Hereford, Gloucester - Cheltenham and Worcester - Oxford, together with views on the MSWJ route and on several branches, all of which closed soon after Hugh visited them. Further scenes cover South Wales, both on the main lines and in the valleys. Hugh also travelled on, and photographed the last regular steam-worked "South Wales Pullman" in 1961. Full informative commentary. Covering the years 1961 to 1966.
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