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The Railway Magazine DVD - Steam Under Strain/How To Be A Signaller
 
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Supplementary DVD with The Railway Magazine, October 2013! See more: http://www.railwaymagazine.co.uk/ Subscribe: https://www.classicmagazines.co.uk/subscription/RM
Views: 1517 Mortons Media Group
Unseen Steam Covermount DVD ( Steam Railway Magazine December 2015 )
 
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Cover Mount DVD included with 'Steam Railway' magazine, December 2015 www.unseensteam.co.uk - www.facebook.com/unseensteam - www.twitter.com/unseensteam
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The Sound Of Mallard - Free Flexidisc With Steam Railway Magazine
 
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The Sound Of Mallard - Free Flexidisc With Steam Railway Magazine. Featuring actual sounds of Mallard and an interview between John Bellwood and David Wilcock
Views: 287 thevinylyears
DARTMOUTH & STEAM RAILWAY
 
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This was the fourth railway we visited this year asTrain World Hosts, for our new railway museum in Brussels. We would like to thank the staff members, , Guards, Ticket inspector and Ladies in the shop for their pleasant welcome on the Dartmouth & steam railway. Kind regards Jan & Gyula Train World Hosts TRAIN WORLD https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=SUDc6 ...HERITAGE RAILWAYS IN THE UK , PART ONE https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xaAu5dUbYTw
Views: 312 railcaphunter
Launceston Steam Railway August 2018
 
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The Launceston Steam Railway in Cornwall. This narrow gauge line extends from Launceston to Newmills. Shop, cafe and museum at Launceston.
Views: 222 Hils TheTrainLady
Giant Model Railway - Dave Lowery's Layout (Part I)
 
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Mike Harris visits a giant model railway layout built by professional model maker and Model Rail magazine launch Editor, Dave Lowery. Dave's layout is 30ft by 30ft and resides within a purpose-built annex in his garden. But there's so much more to Dave's 'O' gauge layout than model trains. Each locomotive is DCC sound fitted, most of the steam locomotives eject live steam, and the whole layout is split into five different scenes. Not to mention, Dave's garden backs onto the real East Coast Main Line! In this episode, Mike takes a first look at Dave's model railway, meets the man himself and learns about DCC (Digital Command Control). In Part II, Dave shows off his authentic Class 56 control desk, talks about life as a professional model maker and introduces Mike to the real trains in his garden - the East Coast Main Line. So, there's much, much more to come! If you like this Model Rail production, check out Model Rail magazine via the following websites: Website: http://www.model-rail.co.uk/ Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/modelrail/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/modelrailUK
Views: 19149 Model Rail Magazine
Railways, Trains | RAILSCENE Video Magazine, Vol-8
 
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This video covers the early part of the 1986 Summer and lasts for over one and three-quarterhours. Archive film is featured both in the Isle of Wight section and the Archive Section, and the News Section alone lasts for more than three-quarters of an hour. All original material is recorded on High Band U-matic and edited to 1". CONTENTS: ------------------ NEWSLINES - Network South East. On June the 10th 1986 Chris Green announced the most thorough overhaul of the much maligned commuter and South of England lines - we examine the first results. CAB RIDE - St. Pancras to Sheffield. Filmed from the cab of an H.S.T., this shows a main line in transition. The famous 'Leicester Gap' was being reduced when we travelled the route on the 25th of May 1986, and the 'old railway' is seen clearly. RYDERRAIL and the ISLE OF WIGHT - On the 21st of June 1986 BR held an Open Day on the Isle of Wight. We feature events of the day at Ryde, Sandown and Haven Street and take a nostalgic look back at the Island Railways in 1953 and 1963 with fabulous archive footage from 'Cam' Camwell and Edward Trotman. PRESERVATION - The Festiniog Railway. Not really preservation, as the Festiniog celebrates 150 years of continuos operation during 1986. We cover the line from Porthmadog to Blaenau Festiniog and look in at Boston Lodge on the way up. ARCHIVE FILM - 'Cam' Camwell's record of BR in the 1950's continues with 1953 to 1955, covering Southern Steam (AIX and 0415's on Lyme Branch, Eastleigh depot, Three Bridges, T9's, E1's and so on). Western Steam (Dean Goods, a Star, Cambrian workings etc), Mersey Railway 0-6-4T, North London 0-6-0T's on the Cromford and High Peak, Compound on the Western, Director and so on. NEWS - Three-quarters of an hour ! - GW double headers, Didcot 25, Tysley, 4498, Kolhapur and BR4, Giesl West Country, Coal Tank on KWVR, Royal Opening at Peterborough, Deltic in Scotland, D200, Maud and No. 9 on the Highland Main Line, Inverness Open Day, Bo'ness, Bournemouth Belle, New Stations, Evening Star on NYMR, Mallard on the Scarborough Spa Express ! Railways, Trains | RAILSCENE Video Magazine, Vol-8 https://youtu.be/dshrv0lmNdo
Views: 591 SteamLocos
Firing up and running the Canadian National #6060 4-8-2 live steam locomotive
 
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Featured on the cover of Live Steam Magazine Sept / Oct 2016 issue, Ernie Beskowiney put approximately 7 years and 35,000 hours into the design and construction of this flawless 7.5" gauge live steam locomotive. It is nearly entirely CNC'd out of stainless steel and is slightly larger than 1/8 scale. The operating pressure is 150 PSI and develops about 483lbs of tractive effort. It has pulled a train of 48 people without blinking. Here is Ernie firing up and running the locomotive at the Bitter Creek Western railroad. For more information, see the Sept / Oct 2016 issue of Live Steam Magazine, available from Village Press.
Views: 15575730 CaptainHarlock999
The Railway Magazine: How to drive a locomotive - Introduction
 
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In 1996, we printed a feature on steam footplate experience courses. Better late than never(!), we now publish a short diesel locomotive version as a companion to the more detailed footage on the DVD presented free with this issue. This is the Introduction to the DVD! The DVD is available only with The Railway Magazine - September 2011! Visit: http://www.railwaymagazine.co.uk/
Views: 2018 Mortons Media Group
CPR 3716 - Kettle Valley Steam Railway - Easter Trains
 
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Canadian Pacific 2-8-0 #3716 pulls the first trips of 2018 - the annual Easter trains on the Kettle Valley Steam Railway in Summerland, BC http://www.steamtrainvideos.com April 1, 2018
Views: 3425 SteamTrainVideos.com
Statfold Barn Railway - Railway Magazine Open Day - 8.8.15
 
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An eagerly awaited first visit to the wonderful Statfold Barn Railway on a very warm Saturday August 8th. 2015. The event was sponsored by the 'Railway Magazine' and with up to 18 engines expected to be in steam, was an event not to be missed.
Views: 4262 acw71000
The Steam Railway Magazine Appeal Projects
 
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Over the years Steam Railway Magazine has become well known for raising much needed funds for worthy projects within the Railway Preservation movement. Extracted from an On Track Productions DVD covering these Appeal Projects this video sequence shows clips of the Windcutter Train, Dolgoch at the Talyllyn Railway, No 3440 City of Truro, Robinson O4 No 63601 and No 70013 Oliver Cromwell. For further information about the DVD please visit www.ontrackproductions.co.uk
Views: 738 thefamedproducer
Heritage Railway Magazine
 
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http://www.wwmd.co.uk/ Call us: 0121 788 3112 Email: [email protected]
BRITAIN magazine: Steam Dreams Cathedral Express
 
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Clare White steps into the age of steam on this amazing and elegant adventure on a train journey from London to Chester. If you enjoy adventure and feel that the joy of the journey is more important than the destination then Steam Dreams Cathedrals Express could also be the first trip for you! http://www.britain-magazine.com/carousel/review-steam-dreams-cathedrals-express/
Views: 268 Britain Magazine
3685 Horsepower Steam Locomotive in 1928
 
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Building a mamouth new locomotive in 1928. From pattern shop to the rails at the Angus Shops of the Canadian Pacific Railway in Montreal. The most powerful sream locomotive in the British Empire
Views: 556348 John Cole
WW1 Trench Railway - Chris Nevard / Model Rail Magazine Photoshoot
 
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A short video taken during a recent visit from none-other Chris Nevard of Model Rail Magazine!!! He popped over to take some snaps of the WW1 Trench Railway for a future issue of the magazine. During the process we had good chat about the layout, Compton Quay, plus his many inspirational micro layouts and projects, which have inspired many of my own. A massive Thank You to Chris for the photoshoot, and be sure to check out his website and amazing projects; http://www.nevard.com/ Hope you enjoy! "March for Brass" Kevin MacLeod (incompetech.com) Licensed under Creative Commons: By Attribution 3.0 License http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/3.0/
Views: 2167 SDJR7F88
Garden Railways Magazine August 2018  Featured layout
 
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Here is a big Accucraft K37 run by at SVGRS member Ed K railroad in Rocklin, Ca. The beautiful garden railroad was the feature railroad for the August 2018 Garden Railways Magazine. Make sure to check out our facebook page to keep up with all our events and club happenings. If you aren't a subscriber make sure to hit the Subscribe button so you can see all our new content coming out! Facebook link https://www.facebook.com/SacValleyGRS/ Website https://www.svgrs.org
D49 246 "Morayshire" 35mph TPO Drop At GCR Steam Railway Magazine Gala 2010 (Watch in hd )
 
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D49 246 "Morayshire" does a blasting 35mph TPO Drop at the Great Central Railways' Steam Magazine Gala 9/10/10 *watch in HD to get full effect*
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Great Central Railway 'Steam Railway' Gala, 'Go East!' 091010 Part 1 of 3
 
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Without a doubt, the best Gala I have been to this year. The Great Central Railway's annual 'Steam Railway' Gala, sponsored by the magazine of that name, was this year based around the theme 'Go East', a title which I should thought should have been 'Go North', as 7 out of the 8 locomotives in action had ties with Scotland. The visiting D49 and K4 had both spent their entire working lives north of the Border, 71000 ran service trains into Glasgow on a regular basis, the Black 5s and Standard 2s were both used extensively across the country, and at the grouping of the LNER in 1923, a handful of O4s and N2s were sent to Scotland to replace many old North British Railway locomotives. The railway fielded 9 locomotives across the weekend, 5 of which were guests. The final line-up was: |LNER D49 'Shire' 4-4-0 246 'Morayshire' (visiting from the Bo'ness and Kinneil railway) |LNER K4 2-6-0 61994 'The Great Marquess' (courtesy of John Cameron) |BR Unique 8P 4-6-2 71000 'Duke of Gloucester' (visiting from the East Lancashire Railway) |BR (NER designed) J72 0-6-0 69023 'Joem' (visiting from the NRM Shildon) |LMS 5MT 'Black 5' 4-6-0 45305 'Alderman A.E. Draper' (minus nameplates, recently restored from overhaul, with blue smokebox numberplate) |BR 2MT 2-6-0 78019 (as scrapped Scottish classmate 78054, with blue smokebox numberplate) |GCR 8K/LNER O4 'Tiny' 2-8-0 63601 |GNR N2 'Teddy Bear' 0-6-2T 1744 (failed on Saturday afternoon) |GWR 49xx 'Hall' 4-6-0 4953 'Pitchford Hall' (Sunday only, replaced failed 1744) It was a fantastic event with a brilliant line-up, for me, a huge fan of LNER locos and 3-cylinder machines, it was nice to see some emphasis on the best of the Big 4 companies after this year's hullabaloo about GWR175. The event was only marred by the late-running of most trains by about 20 minutes, the absence of the sun all day, and the failure of the N2 on Saturday afternoon which resulted in its last train being hauled by the Black 5. This was my third GCR Steam Railway Gala, and for the first time I stayed for part of the twilight steam show, including the twilight TPO, this year hauled by 71000. Although, due to late running, it was dark by then and I didn't get a spectacular look at it or video, the sound was fantastic, as befits a 3-cylinder express locomotive. I met up with Jules46443 and 34027, and also saw RailwayFanatic92220 and met Thelnerrules throughout the course of the day. The Plan I did was: |0930 Loughborough -- Quorn and Woodhouse (71000) |1029 Quorn and Woodhouse -- Rothley (45305) |1210 Rothley -- Quorn and Woodhouse (71000) |1309 Quorn and Woodhouse -- Rothley (69023) |1335 Rothley -- Quorn and Woodhouse (1744) |1459 Quorn and Woodhouse -- Rothley (246) |1538 Rothley -- Quorn and Woodhouse (61994) |1648 Quorn and Woodhouse -- Loughborough (45305) |1710 Loughborough -- Quorn and Woodhouse (45305) |1907 Quorn and Woodhouse -- Loughborough (246) Highlights in this part include 63601 and 246 on the TPO at Quorn, and 61994, 69023, 71000 and 63601 at Rothley I would like to thank the GCR for putting on this fantastic event, Jules46443, 34027, RailwayFanatic92220 and Thelnerrules for the varying degrees of company throughout the day, and you for taking your time to watch this video
Views: 2242 littlegiant18794
Full Steam Ahead! Railway days 2017 pt. 3 (PLUS STEAM SHOP TREAT)
 
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This s the third and final installation of my "Railway Day's 2017" series. I would like to thank the nice crew and staff members for allowing me to film the locomotives being put away and inside the steam shops.
Views: 90 Trainboy Robby
Latest copy of steam railway magazine.
 
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I have been buying that magazine every month since March 1985.
Views: 16 Michael Sandford
Railways, Trains | RAILSCENE Video Magazine, Vol-20
 
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RAILSCENE 20 completes the first 5 years of the Railway Video Magazine. In this programme you will see all the important events of the Autumn of 1989, as they affected the railways of Great Britain. Two hours of action range from what we are sure will prove to be the definitive record of steam's return to the North Wales Coast to a look back at B.R's Railway Technical Centre at Derby, with many news items and features. Like all magazines, RAILSCENE is noted for its news coverage, and there are over 35 minutes of it, from 53807 on the West Somerset to 91001 at York. CONTENTS: ------------------- * Opening Scene: 5407 lifts a NWCE out of Holyhead on the 26/8/1989. * North Wales Steam: Our definitive coverage of 6201, 5407, 34027 and 35028 at work during the summer of 1989. Features include all four engines at the Crewe Heritage Centre, 6201's departure from Crewe, Beeston Castle, Chester, Chester Arches, along the Dee Estuary, a spectacular express at Mostyn, the Junction and branch at Llandudno, Coneay, the coast at Penmanmawr, Bangor, the Britania Bridge, Gaerwen, Bodorgan, the triangle at Valley and finally 6201 at Holyhead. * Archive Film: Our extracts from Cam Camwell's collection starts with 46201 at Carlisle, with Black 5's, a Jubilee, Jinties, Fairburns, 4F's on Ribblehead, Ais Gill, Appleby, Warcop, the North East with WD 2-8-0's, J27, Q6, K1 and so on, plus a branch visit to the Dean Forest, at Tufts Jct, Parkend, Coleford Jct and so on. * Forest Freight: The Dean Forest today, with a look to the future, consists of a steam-hauled freight from Norchard to Parkend. * Preservation News: 53807 on the W.S.R., 4566 on the Caley, action on the North Norfolk with 69023, the 27 and a German railbus, the Caley 0-4-4T to Birkhill in Scotland, an O2 and AIX on the Isle of Wight, 'Progress' on the Tanfield. * The Sittingbourne and Kemsley Railway: Three beautiful narrow gauge industrial tanks at work alongside Bowater's works in North Kent. * Main Line Steam News: Chesham 100 with No.1, 'Sarah' and 9466 on L.T.metals, 'Bahamas' at Agecroft and on the Shrewsbury, 'Taw Valley' at Crewe Gresty Lane, and 'Clan Line' in the Stroud Valley and leaving Marylebone. * Cab Ride - Carlisle to Newcastle: Aboard Provincial's 'Tyne Trader' over this superb route, which includes semaphores, crossing gates and Pacers, 47's and freights. * Return to the Low Country: 27000 'Electra' went back to her adoptive home in the summer of 1989, and we see her, together with her sister 1501 and other NS 150 exhibits including steam at Utrecht, and in action at Hock van Holland, Amsterdam, Rotterdam and so on. * RTC Derby - Part 1: An introduction to the work of the Railway Technical Centre at Derby with the Dynamometer House, the Track Testing Laboratory, the E.D.U. workshops, with the NSE Snowblower, the second Mark 4 D.V.T., RTC 47's and a great variety of stock. * B.R. Today - The Medway Valley: The subject of a second modernisation, this Kentish byway still sports beautiful semaphores and crossing gates. CEP's, EPB's, a 56, 73's and a 47 are seen in September1989. * B.R. Newslines: Summer Specials at Festiniog and Stanhope, orange D.M.U.'s and Sprinter in Scotland, 3-car 156's on the West Highland, Chipman's weedkillers, 59005 in Kent, 'new' I.O.W. units, '84009', 91050 and 31461 at York, the first 91/Mark 4 train, a 442 off, and on the road, 50025 (RIP), 50019 at Severn Tunnel Jct. on an HST! Railways, Trains | RAILSCENE Video Magazine, Vol-20 https://youtu.be/Tv4BQdJhhjM
Views: 537 SteamLocos
Running a Steam Locomotive SP# 2472 Pacific  Vol 2  Excerpt
 
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Enjoy this excerpt from "Running a Steam Locomotive" Vol 2 Instructional video featuring SP# 2472 Pacific type with the crew explaining functions of the cab and various aspects of how a locomotive works. link below to purchase the full 3 video set of "Running a Steam Locomotive" http://www.videomanagementco.com/catalog/1
Views: 26784 Michael Brandon
Railway Magazine Digital Archive 1897-2016 with key dates
 
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Over a century of railway history from Britain's best-selling rail title. The entire Railway Magazine archive is now complete. Get unlimited access to the archive, on your computer, tablet and smart phone. Current Railway Magazine subscribers can add the archive for only £2 per month: http://www.classicmagazines.co.uk/trm83 Subscribe to The Railway Magazine for 6 months and get 6 months archive access for only £32*: http://www.classicmagazines.co.uk/trm84 More information: http://railwaymagazine.co.uk/archive Music: Dark Star Kevin MacLeod (incompetech.com) Licensed under Creative Commons: By Attribution 3.0 License http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/3.0/ *UK direct debit only
Views: 3943 Mortons Media Group
Ribble Steam Railway Industrial Steam Gala
 
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Ribble Steam Railway Industrial Steam Gala featuring Bagnall 2680 'Courageous', Grant Ritchie 272, Hawthorn Leslie 3931 'Linda' and the visiting former Cefnstylle Colliery Peckett 0-4-0ST 'Whitehead' 1163. Check out Explosive Cookie for more great Ribble Steam Railway videos https://youtu.be/5H9-0iCMVxI The Ribble Steam Railway is a standard gauge preserved railway in Lancashire, in the United Kingdom. It was opened to the public on 17 September 2005, running along Preston Docks. The project was first started in 1973, a preservation centre opened in Southport, on the Derby Road, in a refurbished Lancashire and Yorkshire Railway steam shed. However, the shed was becoming a costly burden to handle for the museum, so a relocation scheme was started. Preston Docks was chosen as the new location for the museum. Preston Docks has a large railway network, that used to serve the vast docks and quays. But when the docks closed, the railway was not used. The project finally closed the Southport Railway Museum in 1999. The project's new site now could be re-developed with new large workshops, platforms and a museum. The first building to open was the Workshop, in 2001. Locomotives could now go into the building, and more space could now be utilised. Next to the workshop, is the machine shop, built in 1978. At the other end of the workshop is the visitor centre, which contains the museum, cafe, shop and railway platform. The museum was finally completed in 2004. The collection of locomotives (61, two on loan from the National Railway Museum, one from the Lancashire and Yorkshire Railway Trust. 58 are currently on site.), is one of the largest collection of locomotives in the United Kingdom. A big thank you too all volunteers at the RSR. All footage ©UKTrains 1
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LAUNCESTON STEAM RAILWAY 31 JULY 2016 Part 1
 
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See what we saw on a return visit to this quaint narrow gauge railway . Guard Debbie says there is more about the railway on Facebook.The driver Nigel owns the locomotive and with his wife the whole railway. There is a video available in the shop telling the story of how the railway began.
Views: 2250 ADMIRALSCORNER
Steam Railway Goods Train at Perrygrove Railway
 
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Here at Perrygrove we run Estate Railway Experience Days where you can drive, shunt and control the whole railway for the day. Steam Railway magazine have sent a team to take part and this video shows the last train of the day returning to Perrygrove. Check out www.perrygrove.co.uk for more information on booking an Estate Railway Experience Day
Views: 289 PerrygroveRailway
Bally Hooley Steam Railway
 
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This line was formerly a portion of the Mossman Mill network, used to carry raw sugar to the docks at Port Douglas for loading onto coastal shipping. The once rural line is now surrounded by high end resorts and country clubs. The locomotive shown in the video is a former Mossman Bundaberg-Fowler tank engine.
Views: 991 fmnut
Big Boy Restoration Update - Cheyenne Depot Days 2018
 
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We return to the Union Pacific Steam Shops to check of the restoration of the worlds largest steam locomotive Big Boy as part of Depot Days 2018 and the Sherman Hill Train Show ************************************************************** If all goes well it will be back on the rails traveling to Ogden Utah for the 150th anniversary of the driving of the Golden Spike, completing America's first transcontinental railroad. ******************************************************************* Ed Dickens and the Union Pacific Steam Crew are in the reassembly phase of the incredibly complex rebuilding and restoration of Union Pacific 4014. While the restoration was going forward, Union Pacific's flagship steam locomotive FEF-3 Northern style locomotive 844 failed inspection and also needed a complete rebuild. Work on the Big Boy all but stopped to restore the 844, which has been back on the rails for over a year, looking GREAT! *************************************************************** We also visit the Forney Museum in Denver to see Big Boy 4005 as well as Freedom Park in Cheyenne to see the cosmetic restoration of Union Pacific Big Boy 4004. Big Boy 4004 is being repainted and dressed out by Wasatch Railroad Contractors of Cheyenne Wyoming. https://www.up.com/aboutup/special_trains/steam/index.shtml
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Big Boy 4014 Steam Train: Headin' Home Tour
 
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In July of 2013, the Union Pacific Railroad reacquired Big Boy steam locomotive number 4014 from the Rail Giants Train Museum at the Pomona Fairplex with the intention of restoring number 4014 to operating condition. Once in working order, the locomotive will become part of the Union Pacific's Steam Program. Built in 1941 by the American Locomotive works, the Big Boy is considered to be the biggest steam locomotive ever built. Come along as we follow the Big Boy on the second leg of its journey to its new home in Cheyenne, Wyoming where it will undergo restoration to operating condition. This video includes a brief introduction followed by video coverage of UP 4014's journey over Cajon Pass as it bids farewell to California on April 28th, 2014.
Views: 1828189 CoasterFan2105
Model steam railway in back garden
 
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Robin Sandford has built his own model steam railway in his back garden. He buys the steam locomotives, but makes all his rolling stock. Read the full story in Tynedale Life magazine at www.tynedalelife.co.uk
Views: 858 TynedaleLife
Welsh Highland Heritage Railway – Driver, Passenger & Line-side Views.
 
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Another railway in the Welsh town of Porthmadog well worth visiting is the narrow gauge 1 ft 11 1⁄2 in (597 mm) Welsh Highland Heritage Railway (WHHR). Drop in for a drink and a bite to eat in the tearoom before taking a look in the shop where you’ll find an extensive array of books covering the narrow gauge trains of Wales along with many fascinating railways, both in the UK and around the world. Stroll down the platform to join the train made up of both replica and original carriages that once ran on the WHR. The train may be pulled by one of several heritage steam or diesel locomotives. The train runs for about a mile to Pen-y-Mount station just beyond which there is a junction with today’s WHR line to Caernarfon. Passengers can alight here to watch the locomotive run round its train ready for the return trip, stopping at Gelert’s Farm to ride the miniature railway and visit the museum, with its substantial array of rolling stock and artefacts covering the history of the society and the WHR. The origins of the WHHR started with a small group of railway enthusiasts who formed the Welsh Highland Railway Society in 1961 to preserve and rebuild the original WHR. Construction started on the site in the 1970s following the acquisition of land from British Railways running alongside the Cambrian Coast line at a location known as Beddgelert Sidings. A museum and works has been constructed on the site of Gelert’s Farm, here the line turns though 90 degrees to run parallel with the WHR as far as Pen-y-Mount Junction. The original WHR has been rebuilt by the Ffestiniog Railway Company, leaving the WHHR to tell the story of the original short lived (1922 to 1936) WHR and look after the surviving locomotive (Russell) and carriages. To plan a visit please click on this link - https://www.whr.co.uk/timetable/ for a more comprehensive history of the line click on this link - https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Welsh_Highland_Heritage_Railway Filmed in 2007 and 2017. Music - 00.00 & 01.10 - Optimistic Times - All For It - Full Mix - Jewelbeat.com 04.28, 07.45 & 10.49 - Inspirational - Spring Time - Birds and Bees - Pinnacle Studio 12.55, 21.54 & 27.47 - Optimistic Times – Forward – Full Mix – Jewelbeat.com
Views: 2787 Timsvideochannel1
Norfolk Southern's Juniata Locomotive Shop, Altoona, PA
 
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This short clip from History Channel's 'Extreme Trains' series shows the Juniata Locomotive Shop in Altoona, PA, where the Pennsylvania Railroad (1846-1968) built many of its steam and electric locomotives until the 1940's. After dieselization the shops continued as a heavy overhaul and repair facility for subsequently the Pennsylvania Railroad and its successors Penn Central (1968-1970), Conrail (1970-1999) and Norfolk Southern (1999-). In the late 90's it assembled a series of new heavy freight duty SD70 locomotives from the Electro-Motive Division of General Motors and a number of freight locomotive derived passenger locomotives.
Views: 309296 Hans van den Berg
Great Central Railway 'Steam Railway' Gala 'Go East' 091010 Part 2 of 3
 
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Finally my computer has started working again so I can at last upload this! Without a doubt, the best Gala I have been to this year. The Great Central Railway's annual 'Steam Railway' Gala, sponsored by the magazine of that name, was this year based around the theme 'Go East', a title which I should thought should have been 'Go North', as 7 out of the 8 locomotives in action had ties with Scotland. The visiting D49 and K4 had both spent their entire working lives north of the Border, 71000 ran service trains into Glasgow on a regular basis, the Black 5s and Standard 2s were both used extensively across the country, and at the grouping of the LNER in 1923, a handful of O4s and N2s were sent to Scotland to replace many old North British Railway locomotives. The railway fielded 9 locomotives across the weekend, 5 of which were guests. The final line-up was: |LNER D49 'Shire' 4-4-0 246 'Morayshire' (visiting from the Bo'ness and Kinneil railway) |LNER K4 2-6-0 61994 'The Great Marquess' (courtesy of John Cameron) |BR Unique 8P 4-6-2 71000 'Duke of Gloucester' (visiting from the East Lancashire Railway) |BR (NER designed) J72 0-6-0 69023 'Joem' (visiting from the NRM Shildon) |LMS 5MT 'Black 5' 4-6-0 45305 'Alderman A.E. Draper' (minus nameplates, recently restored from overhaul, with blue smokebox numberplate) |BR 2MT 2-6-0 78019 (as scrapped Scottish classmate 78054, with blue smokebox numberplate) |GCR 8K/LNER O4 'Tiny' 2-8-0 63601 |GNR N2 'Teddy Bear' 0-6-2T 1744 (failed on Saturday afternoon) |GWR 49xx 'Hall' 4-6-0 4953 'Pitchford Hall' (Sunday only, replaced failed 1744)(not in any parts) It was a fantastic event with a brilliant line-up, for me, a huge fan of LNER locos and 3-cylinder machines, it was nice to see some emphasis on the best of the Big 4 companies after this year's hullabaloo about GWR175. The event was only marred by the late-running of most trains by about 20 minutes, the absence of the sun all day, and the failure of the N2 on Saturday afternoon which resulted in its last train being hauled by the Black 5. This was my third GCR Steam Railway Gala, and for the first time I stayed for part of the twilight steam show, including the twilight TPO, this year hauled by 71000. Although, due to late running, it was dark by then and I didn't get a spectacular look at it or video, the sound was fantastic, as befits a 3-cylinder express locomotive. I met up with Jules46443 and 34027, and also saw RailwayFanatic92220 and met Thelnerrules throughout the course of the day. The Plan I did was: |0930 Loughborough -- Quorn and Woodhouse (71000) |1029 Quorn and Woodhouse -- Rothley (45305) |1210 Rothley -- Quorn and Woodhouse (71000) |1309 Quorn and Woodhouse -- Rothley (69023) |1335 Rothley -- Quorn and Woodhouse (1744) |1459 Quorn and Woodhouse -- Rothley (246) |1538 Rothley -- Quorn and Woodhouse (61994) |1648 Quorn and Woodhouse -- Loughborough (45305) |1710 Loughborough -- Quorn and Woodhouse (45305) |1907 Quorn and Woodhouse -- Loughborough (246) Highlights in this part include 61994 at Quorn on the Non-stop passenger and later the freight, 78019 at Quorn on the Windcutters, 71000 at Quorn with a Leicester train and 1744 at Rothley with the local I would like to thank the Great Central Railway for putting on this truly fantastic event, Jules46443, 34027, RailwayFanatic92220 and Thelnerrules for the varying degrees of company throughout the day, and You for taking your time to watch this video
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Statfold Barn Railway - Railway Magazine Event - 2015
 
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Statfold Barn Railway, August 8th,2015, England. Railway Magazine Event. 16 narrow gauge steam locomotives in action.Davenport Locomotive Builders of Iowa, United States, No.1650,Ryam Sugar Company No.1. Corpet, Minas De Aller No.2.Hunslet 0-4-0ST,Sybil Mary. Krauss 0-4-2T,Sragi No.1.Hudswell Clarke,0-6-0,Lautoka No.11,Fiji.Hudswell Clarke, Lautoka No.19.Hunslet,Jack Lane. Bagnall 4-4-0,Isibutu.No.2820.Avonside,0-4-0T,Marchlyn.Josephine,(Howard),0-4-2T Hunslet. Statfold, Works No.3903,built 2005.Trangkil No.4. .Surrey County Council GP39,Saccharine. Hunslet, Harrogate No.1. Footage on the footplate of Sybil Mary and Sragi No.1. 증기기관차, kereta api uap
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Eastleigh Lakeside Steam Railway 25th anniversary Gala weekend.
 
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The railway started in 1992 on temporary track with a more permanent track the next year following the granting of a three year lease. In 1998 after considerable negotiations with Eastleigh Borough Council a long lease was obtained and permission granted for the construction of Parkway and Monks Brook Halt stations opened in 1999. Major extensions in 2000 brought the route as it is today, although the tunnel wasn't constructed until 2003. Double track almost throughout gives a continuous journey of 1¼ miles. Lakeside café and extended station complete with full toilet facilities were completed in February 2005. To make room for the new shop and café the workshop was moved and greatly extended giving perhaps the finest facilities for a railway of this size in the country. Apart from the usual machine tools there is an overhead crane and wheel drop. Taking the train from Parkway station we immediately bear left beneath the impressive signal gantry with its pneumatically operated semaphore signals. This, like the turntable and traverser, were all constructed within the railway's own workshops. This type of signalling is very prototypical of former London & South Western Railway practice with the Basingstoke to Woking line retaining it until electrification in 1966/7. The locomotive has an easy start downhill, the track levelling out at the junction. Automatic colour light signals conforming to full size practice protect the trains from now on. As the top curves are approached the gradient increases substantially as we bear left again through the trees. On clearing said trees on a winter’s day one can sometimes appreciate the term Wind Chill Factor! There are also fine views back towards the station as the train has turned through a full semi-circle. Look out for our resident green woodpeckers. Our locomotive will be eased somewhat as the gradient reduces but the summit is not breasted until we are level with the roof of the tunnel. There are magnificent views across the lakes from this high point. A brisk downhill run brings our train into the curved platform of Monks Brook Halt, station for the children's playground. With the sharp minimum radius curve, three foot crossings and an up gradient our driver will be taking it slowly until the junction and the change of gradient. The train can now coast downhill before slowing again for the tunnel with its opening date set in stone above the portal. The tunnel is 355 feet (108 metres) long and built by cut & cover methods using standard mining sections. With children squealing with delight the instruction for drivers to Sound Whistle can be a little superfluous at times! A steady climb brings our train level and parallel to the track used on our outwards journey. Soon we diverge right down a short but steep gradient to level out at the railway's lowest point giving our driver chance to ensure his fire is in good shape with sufficient steam and water for the considerable climb up to Parkway station and journey's end. The locomotive fleet consists of 19 steam locos all but 4 belonging to the railway; 2 diesel hydraulic and the battery powered Eurostar. Steam locos nos. 1001 & 1002 were built in 1932 & 1933 respectively and are quite important historically, no. 1908 is also pre-WWII. The two diesels were built by the railway likewise Eurostar, although in co-operation with Southampton University. The carriage fleet steelwork, bogies and general assembly were completed by the railway. Despite our narrow tracks our railway has been used as a test track for a pair of unique plastic bogies. Strictly speaking they are constructed of fibre glass with only the wheels, bearings and axles of steel. The coach body is identical to the fleet but easily recognised by the large white plaques affixed to the sides. Sponsored by the Department of Transport in conjunction with the University of Reading and Sciotech Project Ltd. track testing involved virtually the same procedure as in full size and gave very much the same results commensurate with the smaller sizes involved. Even the Office of the Rail Regulator got involved by getting the track parameters. You will have noticed that in keeping with the Southern we too have a 3rd. rail, but apart from a few volts for signalling purposes, it is quite harmless! By this means we are able to run 7¼" gauge locos on what is now essentially a 10¼" gauge railway. Incidentally with the demise of Alstom's Eastleigh Works we are proud to uphold the tradition of railway engineering, albeit in miniature, within the Borough of Eastleigh. Eastleigh Lakeside Railway is funded from private sources and staffed by enthusiasts and volunteers.
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Ribble Steam Railway Diesel Gala 2017 featuring 37424/558
 
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Great day spent at the Ribble Steam Railway's annual diesel gala, this year featuring 37424/37558 from DRS. Having only found out this was happening at 11.30pm on the Friday night, I charged my camera and dreamed of clouds of clag, and she delivered. Todays planned video has already been edited and will be up next weekend. Thanks for Watching http://www.ribblesteam.org.uk/ The Ribble Steam Railway is a standard gauge preserved railway in Lancashire, in the United Kingdom. It was opened to the public on 17 September 2005, running along Preston Docks. The railway began by housing much of the collection from the previously closed Southport Railway Museum (Steamport), which was based in the old Lancashire and Yorkshire Railway engine shed at Southport (BR shed code 27C). The project was first started in 1973, a preservation centre opened in Southport, on the Derby Road, in a refurbished Lancashire and Yorkshire Railway steam shed. However, the shed was becoming a costly burden to handle for the museum, so a relocation scheme was started. Preston Docks was chosen as the new location for the museum. Preston Docks has a large railway network, that used to serve the vast docks and quays. But when the docks closed, the railway was not used. The project finally closed the Southport Railway Museum in 1999. The project's new site now could be re-developed with new large workshops, platforms and a museum. The first building to open was the Workshop, in 2001. Locomotives could now go into the building, and more space could now be utilized. Next to the workshop, is the machine shop, built in 1978. At the other end of the workshop is the visitor center, which contains the museum, cafe, shop and railway platform. The museum was finally completed in 2004.
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The Great Electric Train Show 2018 - Hornby Magazine - Part 1
 
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Part 1 of all the layouts from The Great Electric Train Show 2018, organised by the Hornby Magazine and held at the MK Arena on the 13/14 October 2018. Part 2 video link: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9rjP1peWg_4 Part 1 Layouts In order of appearance; Grosvenor Square - OO Gauge Bewdley - OO Gauge Glenfinnan - OO Gauge Ladeside Diesel Depot - O Gauge Oakley Green - OO Gauge Readham - OO Gauge Newhaven Harbour - OO Gauge Peakstone - N Gauge Loftus Road - OO Gauge Four Sticks - O Gauge Stodden Hundred Light Railway - O Gauge Batcombe - OO Gauge Merstone - OO Gauge Buckshee - OO Gauge With thanks to the Hornby Magazine for a wide variety of model railway layouts on show for 2018.
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Great Central Railway Steam Gala Part 1
 
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Friday 10-Sunday 12th October 2008 saw the Great Central Railway and STEAM Railway Magazine hold an Autumn Steam gala which featured 7 locos in steam. Locos in use over the weekend were; Recently completed A1 60163 Tornado Britannia class 70013 Oliver Cromwell Lord Nelson class 850 Lord Nelson Jubilee class 5690 Leander Standard class 2 78019 04 class 63601 Prairie 4141 I visted on Saturday 11th and this is part 1 of the video I took from the Great Central Ralway, Loughborough. Part 2 @ http://uk.youtube.com/watch?v=xbU4sz3igOo Enjoy.
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No 6207 A Study in Steel 1935
 
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A very well done film about the making of a huge steam locomotive from plain bar steel. It is nothing short of incredible to see how these men work to build a giant machine.
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Animating an Athearn steam railroad crane in HO scale
 
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http://mrhmag.com - Dr. Geoff Bunza demonstrates the HO scale Athearn steam railroad crane model he brought to life using a DCC sound decoder, micro motors and relays. Geoff loves model railroad animations and this one is a stand-out - it even includes custom sound files that play while the crane is operating! This is the companion video to the cover article in the August 2012 issue of Model Railroad Hobbyist magazine. The original version of this video is available for view at: http://youtu.be/6IKEuZxlM1g
Statfold  Barn Railway.  Tamworth
 
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The. RAILWAY MAGAZINE Readers. Day
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Heritage Railway: Steaming back to Cauldon Lowe
 
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Crowds poured into the Staffordshire Moorlands over the weekend of 13/14 2010 November for the first of three gala events to mark the return of traffic to the long-mothballed Cauldon Lowe branch. In what may be considered a 'first' for preservation, the new company which now controls the branch 'hired' the adjacent Churnet Valley Railway to run a star-studded line-up of steam trains with stunning success, as a precursor to what may well become a standard gauge 'heritage' network... Read it all in Issue 144 of Heritage Railway Magazine: www.heritagerailway.co.uk
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Anacortes Steam Train Railway August 1994
 
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Anacortes Steam Train Railway August 1994 Home Video. BREAKING NEWS DEC 1 2015: The engine is operational again! http://anacortesrailway.org/ http://www.goskagit.com/all_access/tommy-thompson-train-up-and-running/article_098791bb-deb9-5bf5-ad3c-4e1209793187.html BACK TO THE ORIGINAL DESCRIPTION: Juli first heard about this train in Victoria magazine in this article: http://news.google.com/newspapers?nid=1980&dat=19940714&id=DIoiAAAAIBAJ&sjid=8K0FAAAAIBAJ&pg=1505,2569052 . She wrote to the address listed and received a letter and a brochure from Anne Thompson herself, inviting us to say hello when we showed up to ride the train. This video is of Tommy Thompson's Anacortes Steam Train Railway as enjoyed by my family many times. We decided one day to ride in every car, back and forth, and I shot a lot of 8mm analog video. Since there is no other footage on the web that I could find, I hereby contribute this home video to the creative commons. I don't remember when Mr. Thompson died, but I remember we were startled one Saturday after driving up to Anacortes to see a sign posted at the ticket booth noting that he was ill and there would be no train rides today. The train ran a couple of times after Mr. Thompson passed away. There are more sites with info about the train now. The train is now back in Anacortes, though not running, and not quite on display yet. I can't wait to see her again - and if they can get it back up and running with support of the city, oh boy would that be something! Here are a few links that I have noticed recently: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2wAKH5zAZR0 http://www.anacortesnow.com/content/view/2918/111/ http://www.anacortes.net/anacortes-magazine/2012/08/tommys-dream-train-finds-its-way-home/ http://www.anacortes.net/videos/anacortes-tommy-thompson-train/ http://www.anacortes.net/videos/anacortes-steam-train-railway-august-1994/ http://www.goanacortes.com/news/entry/tommy_thompsons_train_coming_back_home_to_anacortes http://www.goskagit.com/all_access/train-coming-home-to-anacortes/article_145d1916-0bfe-55b1-9c75-f0fceaa6f584.html http://wasteam.railfan.net/ARR.html http://www.traillink.com/trail/tommy-thompson-trail.aspx
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Railways, Trains | RAILSCENE Video Magazine, Vol-6
 
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This sixth issue of RAILSCENE is the first of the new 'longer length' videos, running for one and a half hours. The purpose of this is to incorporate new items and to extend the coverage of some of our existing features, in particular going into greater depth on news items. We have also taken the opportunity of showing certain items which pressure of time forced us to omit during 1985. CONTENTS: ------------------- NEWSLINES - Electrifying progress. 1986 sees the completion of the Hastings and Cambridge electrification, further work towards Norwich in East Anglia, on the East Coast Main Line and in Ayreshire and commencement of the East Grinstead electrification. This feature shows work in progress and illustrates current workings on these lines. CAB RIDE - The Settle and Carlisle, or rather, Carlisle to Settle. Recorded from the cab of 47474 on the 8th of January 1986, the view from the cab shows the celebrated line in winter with snow everywhere !We pass D200, two 31's and a 25, and hear anecdotes from Driver George Parker and Inspector Ron Gerrard. STEAM AROUND THE WORLD - BRAZIL - Ray Freeman visited Brazil's 'Coal Railway' in December of 1985 to find a railway still worked primarily by steam, where the operators want to dispose of the few diesels they have, and to rebuild some of their existing stock of steams ! PRESERVATION - The Kent and East Sussex. An unusual preserved railway, being the sole survivor of the legendary Col. Stephens' light railways. Freight and passenger trains are featured, including double headers with a banker ! ARCHIVE FILM - Ivo Peters' Somerset and Dorset Railway. Ivo Peters is as celebrated as the S&D itself, and his 16mm colour film of the line in its heyday from 1959 to its demise brings it back to life 20 years after closure on the 6th of March 1966. The pictures are enhanced by Peter Handford's fabulous recordings of locomotives hard at work on the S&D. NEWS - 1985 Review: Mogul at Wapping Warf - GW150's final fling - Stewarts Lane Open Day - Naming ceremonies - APT - City of Truro and Hagley Hall - Maud on the 'Sub' - Black 5 at Scarborough - Hastings in Devon - City of Wells in the South - Flying Scotsman - Class 59 ! and so on. Railways, Trains | RAILSCENE Video Magazine, Vol-6 https://youtu.be/mM5vUFvJ8ug
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Santa Special Ribble Steam Railway
 
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Ribble Steam Railway Santa Special A great day out at Ribble Steam Railway Santa Special. I met up with a guard Martin Clarke and engine driver Paul for a run up the line in a class 11 shunting loco. A tour of the museum, shop and workshop. Oh, and I tried one of the pies from the cafe and boy they tasted good. Huge thank you to Martin Clarke, Paul and all at Ribble Steam Railway for the assistance and time. Preston Area Railway Group https://www.facebook.com/groups/275299815977364/?ref=group_browse_new Ribble Steam Railway http://www.ribblesteam.org.uk/ Ribble Steam on Facebook https://www.facebook.com/groups/ribblesteam/?ref=group_browse_new You can share this video in any way you like. Just don't say it's yours. Please subscribe or find me on Facebook / Twitter. © Nodrog Channel
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The National Festival of Railway Modelling 2018 in Peterborough - with BRM Magazine
 
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Book online today! https://www.world-of-railways.co.uk/shows/show/the-national-festival-of-railway-modelling East of England Arena & Events Centre, Oundle Road, Alwalton, Peterborough, PE2 6XE 8th - 9th DECEMBER 2018 We are excited to announce that The National Festival of Railway Modelling will return for our 11th show over the weekend of 8th & 9th December 2018! This event continues to be a must for all railway modellers and a great day out for all the family. Thousands of visitors will join us at the East of England Arena & Events Centre in Peterborough with 30 layouts from a variety of major scales and gauges from UK and abroad plus over 100 quality traders, clubs & societies and 'How to' demonstrations on many aspects of the hobby. A FREE shuttle bus service will run approximately every 30 minutes on Saturday and Sunday between Peterborough Railway station and the venue. The first bus from the Railway station will be 8.30am and the last bus from the venue will be 5.15pm each day. If you're driving, the venue offers FREE parking, for Sat Nav please use PE2 6HE. Advance ticket booking is now open - book before 12 noon on Friday 7th December to SAVE on admission, have 30 minutes’ early entry into the show and receive a free show guide on arrival. Layout Name Gauge Scale Ashbrooke - Midland Railway - OO Ashurst Brickworks Light Railway - 009 Binns Road Hornby Dublo 3 Rail - OO Boscawen Junction - N Bournemouth West - 00FS Bradfield Gloucester Square - 00 Brewery Pit - OO Broom Junction - EM Buxton - N Byway MPD - OO Campbells Quarry - 32mm Cannons Cross - OO Caroline Concrete Works - O-16.5 Chapel Rise - OO Dentdale - N Dock Green BR(E) - O Eisengebrau - HO Faringdon - P4 Franwood TMD - OO Habbaniya, Iraq 1941 7mm NG and 009 Hampton End - G Hope-under-Dinmore - EM Kensington Addison Road - O Knowl End - OO Launceston Steam Railway - 009 Lomond Street - OO Roxby Town - N The Bridge of Remagen - N Trewithick - EM Wurst - HO-HOm Wyken Yard - O The following clubs and societies are attending the 2018 event. 73082 Camelot Locomotive Society Austrian Railway Group Battle Of Britain Locomotive Society Darjeeling Himalayan Railway Society Great Northern Railway Society Hornby Club Market Deeping Model Railway Club Model Electronics Railway Group (merg) N Gauge Society Oo Live Steam Road Show The 2mm Scale Association The Holden F5 Steam Locomotive Trust
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