Tracks On the Isle Of Wight

Steam Trains on the Isle OF Wight
Archive film from the 1950's and 1960's showing the steam trains that run regular services on the Isle Of Wight and then the introduction of electrification ready for the "new" London tube trains that were to replace steam.

Tracks Around The Island 2

More tracks around the Isle Of Man
Following on from the first Tracks Around The Island, we now have vol 2 which features the Groudel Glen Railway, The Snaefell Mountain Railway and the Douglas Horse Drawn Trams.

Tracks Around The Island

The Isle Of Man Railways

The Isle Of Man is a haven for train and transport lovers, from the Manx Electric Railway, The Isle Of Man Steam Railway, The Snaefell Mountain Railway to the Douglas Horsedrawn Tram.

But their history goes back a long way, this DVD will show just how much the transport has changed over the years and the different lines that are no longer going.

Sit back as we take a journey on the tracks around the Island and look back at the Manx Railways Through The Years.

Towards Electrification

The Electrification of the East Anglia railway line

A look at the running of British Rail Crown Point service centre at Norwich.

The day to day running of Manningtree Railway Station.

A brief history of the railways in East Anglia.

The Kirton Light Railway

Fred Last and his Garden Railway in Kirton
An inside look at Fred Last Kirton Light Railway and how it all started plus we spend the day with Fred at his annual open day where he raises money for the St Elizabeth Hospice.

The Felixstowe Branch Line: In Days Gone By

Felixstowe Railway Line In Years Gone By

The story of the Ipswich To Felixstowe Branch Line with archive photos and archive films.

We start our journey at Westerfield then we visit Derby Road, Orwell (now closed), Trimley, Felixstowe Beach (now closed), Felixstowe Pier (now closed) Felixstowe Goods Shed (now demolished) and Felixstowe Town.

This is a must for any railway enthusiast.

Running Time 46 minutes.


The East Suffolk Line

The history of the East Suffolk Line which ran from Ipswich to Great Yarmouth but now to Lowestoft

Memories Of Railways In Suffolk

Railways in Suffolk In years Gone By
A look at Railways in Suffolk in years gone by seen through the lens of cine cameras and camcorders

Felixstowe Branch In 1989

Filmed during 1989, the line still has signal boxes at Trimley and Derby Road with tokens being handed to the driver to proceed down the line, level crossing gates are manualy operated and the line has semaphore signals.


Class 101 DMU's take care of the passengers and class 37 locomotives handle the freight trains

DMU Engine Driver

Five training films from the 1950's from British Rail about the Diesel Multiple Units

A Study Of Steam

Made by the LMS film unit in the early 1930's this film shows just what goes into making a steam locomotive, ideal for any steam train enthuisiast.

DVD comes with a host of bonus features