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SKU: TL2311

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67 mins.

 

1957-1966. This DVD begins in the Cotswolds on the old Midland & South Western Junction Railway and terminates, one hour later, in the quiet backwaters of the Somerset & Dorset line to Highbridge and Burnham-on-Sea. In between, we visit many branches then operational in Gloucestershire, Somerset, Devon and Dorset, ranging back along the south coast to the Hayling Island line in Hampshire.

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This third volume of Geoff Bannister’s archive begins in the Cotswolds on the old Midland & South Western Junction Railway and terminates, one hour later, in the quiet backwaters of the Somerset & Dorset line to Highbridge and Burnham-on-Sea. In between, we visit many branches then operational in Gloucestershire, Somerset, Devon and Dorset, ranging back along the south coast as far as the delightful Hayling Island line in Hampshire

The following routes, which split roughly fifty-fifty between former Great Western and Southern lines (plus, of course, one or two LMS intrusions), are featured: Cheltenham – Andover Banbury – Cheltenham Fairford – Lechlade Kemble – Tetbury Chippenham – Calne Berkeley Road – Sharpness Coaley – Dursley Taunton – Minehead, Barnstaple and Tiverton – Hemyock Bere Alston – Callington Halwill Junction – Torrington Wadebridge – Wenford Bridge Exeter – Barnstaple Axminster – Lyme Regis Weymouth Harbour Maiden Newton – Bridport Wareham – Swanage Poole- Brockenhurst Havant – Hayling Island Brockenhurst – Ringwood – Broadstone Jn. Bournemouth- Bath Evercreech Jn – Highbridge/Burnham-on-Sea

‘….The tape has had sound dubbed on – this has been done very carefully and skilfully,….. well researched.’ (Steam Railway)

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