4 hrs. 16 mins.
- Additional information
Highlights include visits to Bath Spa and Green Park stations, and the locomotive depot – a treat for S&D fans, as you can follow the line south to Evercreech and from there to the route to Glastonbury and Highbridge, and views at Wells and Witham. Fascinating 1947 scenes at Clapham Junction and 1931 views at Kensington Olympia! (This set includes Marsden Rail volumes 24, 25, 29 and 37).
Full description from the producer:
This set includes the following four titles;
• Marsden Rail 24: Somerset And Dorset
• Marsden Rail 25: Southern Region Steam
• Marsden Rail 29: Southern Region Steam Part 2
• Marsden Rail 37: Somerset & Dorset Revisited 1962 to 1967
Highlights include: Bath Spa and Green Park Stations, and the locomotive depot, the line south to Evercreech is followed, and from here the route to Glastonbury and Highbridge is traced, plus views at Wells and Witham. Waterloo, filmed between 1958 and 1965, and the mainline to Exeter and Plymouth. Fascinating 1947 views at Clapham Junction and 1931 views at Kensington Olympia.
(Original codes: MR024 / MR025 / MR029 / MR039)
Following the success of our Dawlish Summer Holiday DVD, our cameras returned to this delightful location in 2011 to once again film the trains and the sea as they meet in perfect harmony.
This time we go one step further and cover the whole of the coastline starting on the banks of the River Exe at Starcross, along to Dawlish Warren, then Langstone Rock and onto that famous sea wall and the English Channel at Dawlish, then through the coves and tunnels to the sea wall at Teignmouth and the station itself.
Filmed from the many well known and popular locations and a few lesser known ones, this DVD looks at the many different trains which run along here. As well as the regular passage of HSTs and DMUs, various freight flows are shown, plus steam and diesel specials. These include 60163 ‘Tornado’ and 5029 ‘Nunney Castle’ as well as Deltic 55022, and the three Railtours which ran to Penzance on Mazey Day in June 2011 featuring 2 x 20s, 2 x 31s and 2 x 37s!
Filmed in 16:9 widescreen, with a running time of 100 minutes and available for the first time ever in high definition on blu-ray, sit back and enjoy this 6.5 mile stretch of coastal railway.
Bonus footage: Trains and planes along the sea wall with highlights of the Dawlish Air Show!