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East Anglia was once criss-crossed by railways. Most villages had a station, and trains carried everything from farm labourers to fruit. By the 1960s, many of these lines had vanished, killed off by competition from the car. From the days of steam through to diesels and electric locomotives, this enchanting film includes: M&GN Railway and North Norfolk line, London to Scotland Express, LNER and Flying Scotsman, Southwold and Mid Suffolk railways, King’s Lynn to Hunstanton line, Electrification of Shenfield to Southend and London to Norwich.
*** N.B. This title has recently been repackaged by the original producer as ‘Railways Past’ but the content remains exactly the same.