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Relive the adorable Terriers, the splendour of a Bulleid Pacific, a rare GWR Mogul and the charm of a GWR Branch Line.
A DAY IN THE LIFE OF A TERRIER
Kicked off the London commuter trains, Stroudley’s immortal A1Xs found sanctuary in half-forgotten corners of the southern network. This documentary is a fitting tribute to the Terriers, some of the most adorable yet eccentric engines ever built.
A DAY IN THE LIFE OF A BULLEID PACIFIC
Follow the unrebuilt Pacific 34067 “Tangmere” as she heads a mainline railtour on the Torbay Express service to Kingswear. Despite testing conditions, the crew remained quietly confident that their 7P machine would equal the output of any Class 8 engine. Watch thrilling footage of one of the busiest steam engines working in Britain.
A DAY IN THE LIFE OF A GWR MOGUL
Moguls were the most numerous of the GWR tender classes and arguably the most useful. A go-anywhere machine, they were found on everything from heavy freights to emergency express work. This film follows a day in the life of a surviving Mogul, 5322, from oiling up to disposal at Didcot.
A DAY IN THE LIFE OF A GWR BRANCH LINE
This is a dawn-to-dusk account of South Devon Railway’s 40th anniversary celebrations. The old single-track branch line had never been busier with everything from double-headed freight workings to distinctive GWR autotrains.
• Terrier Tank No 662, Stepney 55, Fenchurch 672, Southern No 11, Southern No 8, Southern 2678, 30053, 63601, 92212, 5526, 5552, 6695, 1369, 6435, 35028 Clan Line, 34027 Taw Valley, 34016 Bodmin, 41312, S15 class 506, mixed traffic type 31625, 73096, 1420, 30053
• The Lavender Line, The Isle of Wight Steam Railway, The Didcot Railway Centre, Restoration work being done by the Great Western Society on 4942 & 6023 King Edward II.