A Journey on The Isle of Man Steam Railway takes us on board engine number 4, Loch for the 56 minute journey from east coast to west.
The Llangollen Railway is a heritage steam line running along the banks of the River Dee in North Wales from Llangollen to Corwen. It was built by The Llangollen Railway and operated by The Great Western Railway.
Our journey leaves from Platform 1 at Llangollen Station, passing Berwyn, Deeside Halt, Glyndyfrdwy and Carrog before arriving at Corwen. We're riding aboard 5199, a Class 5101 Great Prairie Steam locomotive built in 1934 for The Great Western Railway. We've five cameras mounted to give you the best view of the journey and the on-board action.
Product code: CI134 DVD
The Ravenglass and Eskdale Railway is a 15 inch narrow gauge steam line which runs up the Eskdale valley in the western Lake District. It's a beautiful and secluded corner of England with a rich and historic past. The railway was built in the 19th century to bring iron ore from within sight of Sca Fell Pike, England's highest mountain. Originally a 3 foot gauge line, it was re-engineered to 15 inches in 1915 after a brief period of closure.
The real-time journey from Ravenglass to Dalegarth is captured by five cameras on board the newest of the line's steam locomotives, Northern Rock, built in 1976.
Product code: CI132 DVD
Journey in the cab of a Class 68 locomotive on this service from Scarborough to Leeds via York and Micklefield Junction.
Full commentary, with the option to turn it off and listen to the magnificent sounf of the 68's 3,750 hp Caterpillar engine.
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