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Archive Series Volume 9 Scottish Byways., Cinerail.
1 Cinerail. Archive Series Volume 9 Scottish Byways.
Cinerail, 2004. DVD New Book 
(New DVD) Carlisle to Hawick, Galashiels and the Peebles branch plus scenes at Jedburgh, followed by Dumfries and Kirkcudbright. Leaving the border area, the Gourock to Glasgow line is followed before heading eastwards into Clackmannan and Fife, with views at Alloa, Dunfermline, Charlestown, Lumphinnans, Thornton and the Fife Coast Line to Lundin Links. Further north, the Forfar area is viewed before travelling on the Ballater Branch, finishing with a journey to Banff and Macduff. 
Price: 14.99 GBP
 
 
Railways of Scotland Volume 4: Aberdeen & the Grampians., Cinerail.
2 Cinerail. Railways of Scotland Volume 4: Aberdeen & the Grampians.
Cinerail, 2004. DVD New Book 
(New DVD) The Granite City' - Aberdeen, was the focus of several branch lines, plus routes from Edinburgh, Glasgow and Inverness. North of Aberdeen, a branch led to Fraserburgh and nearby Peterhead, the Peterhead line diverging at Maud Jct. West of Fraserburgh lies Banff, whose branch line connected at Tillynaught Jct. Superb film captured Banff's daily steam hauled 'local' and the last passenger train in 1964. A railtour in 1963 from Elgin to Forres via Craigellachie, Grantown-on-Spey and Dava provides views of the network of lines that once served this area. Of routes from Aberdeen, the Deeside line to Ballater was the most prestigious, Ballater being the station for the Royal Family's summer home at Balmoral. Footage of the last steam hauled Royal Train contrasts dramatically with views of the demolition crews at work following the line's closure in 1966. 
Price: 14.99 GBP
 
 
The Railways of Scotland Volume 10: Glasgow (Part 2)., Cinerail.
3 Cinerail. The Railways of Scotland Volume 10: Glasgow (Part 2).
Cinerail, 2004. DVD New Book 
(New DVD) The second video to feature Glasgow commences at Gourock. Recorded in 1966, the last year of steam, the film traces the entire route to Glasgow Central. Paisley (Canal) and the branch to Kilmacolm on the last day of operation are viewed. North of the River Clyde, the lower West Highland line is covered, with a journey on the C15 'push and pull' service from Arrochar to Garelochhead in 1959. Continuing to Craigendorran Jct. the Blue Trains appear and Glasgows' streets still host trolley buses and trams! In addition, there is a rare view of ex NBR CL. J88 No. 68332 shunting at Maryhill in 1962. One of the Glasgow's famous products, the 'Queen Elizabeth 1' is filmed plus the 'QE2s' launch in 1967. The stations of St. Enoch, Queen St. and Buchanan St. and the final 'A4' Aberdeen service in 1966 are shown, plus Corkerhill, Eastfield and St. Rollox depots. 
Price: 14.99 GBP
 
 
The Railways of Scotland Volume 11: Edinburgh to Aberdeen., Cinerail.
4 Cinerail. The Railways of Scotland Volume 11: Edinburgh to Aberdeen.
Cinerail, 2004. DVD New Book 
(New DVD) Scenes at Edinburgh Waverley and Haymarket, the Costorphine branch plus superb aerial views of the Bridge are a prelude to reaching Fife. Inverkeithing, Kirkcaldy (and harbour branch) are shown before reaching Thornton Jct. Film of Leuchars Jct and St. Andrews is followed by scenes at Dundee between 1931 and 1981. Next, the programme heads north to Arbroath, Montrose and Kinnaber Jct. plus views at nearby Bridge of Dun. At Aberdeen, the depots of Ferryhill and Kittybrewster are seen plus Inverurie loco works. Views of the electricity work's battery-powered shunter is followed by a journey on the now closed branch to Ballater. Steam classes featured include A1/2/3/4, B1, D11, D40, J36/7/8, V2, B1.5 and WDs plus diesel Cl.06, 08, 20, 26, 31, 40, 47, 55. 
Price: 14.99 GBP
 
 
The Railways of Scotland Volume 12: The South West., Cinerail.
5 Cinerail. The Railways of Scotland Volume 12: The South West.
Cinerail, 2004. DVD New Book 
(New DVD) On leaving Carlisle, the mainline to Dumfries is followed where station and depot activities are shown, with steam much in evidence, plus the branch to Kirkcudbright. After Dumfries; Kilmarnock, Troon and Ayr are featured followed by scenes at Dalmellington and Stranraer. The final section of the programme is a detailed journey in 1965 from Dumfries to Stranraer with a high-speed return trip showing almost every yard of track! 
Price: 14.99 GBP
 
 
The Railways of Scotland Volume 3: Edinburgh., Cinerail.
6 Cinerail. The Railways of Scotland Volume 3: Edinburgh.
Cinerail, 2004. DVD New Book 
(New DVD) Edinburgh - or 'Auld Reekie' - boasted an intricate network of suburban and freight lines until the sweeping closures of the nineteen sixties. In this programme, many of those long closed lines and stations are featured, from the impressive Princes Street Station to outlying stations such as Slateford and Portobello. Recorded at a wide variety of locations, many classes of steam locomotive are shown at work. The transition to diesel traction is also well documented with 'Deltic', Type '4', Sulzer 'Type 2' and 'Clayton' locomotives prominent. To the north West of Edinburgh lies the famous Forth Railway Bridge, opened in 1890. Included is footage of a ferry crossing from the South end of the bridge of North Queensferry. No look at Scotland's capital city would be complete without views of Waverley Station and scenes here feature LNER and NBR loco types. 
Price: 14.99 GBP
 
 
The Railways of Scotland Volume 5: The Western Highlands., Cinerail.
7 Cinerail. The Railways of Scotland Volume 5: The Western Highlands.
Cinerail, 2004. DVD New Book 
(New DVD) The West Highland line from Glasgow to Fort William and Mallaig is famed for its rugged scenery.Steam Class 5's, B1's, K1's and K2's plus a C15 powering the push/pull service to Arrochar, are featured plus NB Type 2's, Class 20, 25 and 26 diesel locos in the early 1960s. The Lochaber and Kinlochleven narrow gauge railways are featured in a 1958 film. The line from Inverness to Kyle of Lochalsh is portrayed on a circular journey in 1971, crossing to Skye at Kyle and returning via Mallaig. The third main Highland route linked Dunblane to Oban, via Callander and Killin Junction, where steam operated the Killin branch until closure. Clinging to the slopes of Glen Ogle, this scenic route closed in 1965 following a rockfall. Crossing to 'Fingal's Cave' on the island of Staffa with scenes of Iona and the steamship 'George the Fifth' rounds off the programme. 
Price: 14.99 GBP
 
 
8 Cinerail. The Railways of Scotland Volume 6: Glasgow (Part 1).
Cinerail, 2004. DVD New Book 
(New DVD) Glasgow held a fascination for rail enthusiasts and Buchanan Street, Central and St. Enoch stations are featured with a wide variety of ex-LMS, LNER and BR locos and early diesels. Ex-Caley and N B Railway types feature plus G&SWR locos at St. Enoch in 1931! The 1920s saw the construction of the 'Bennie Railplane' and a unique film captured this vehicle on test. New electric 'Blue Trains' in the early 1960s contrasts with a journey from Rutherglen to Dalmuir by steam. Steam power at Eastfield, Motherwell, Polmadie and St. Rollox depots is shown, with redundant steam locomotives awaiting their fate. Film taken in 1957 from the British Railways steamer, 'Queen Mary II' as it leaves the Broomielaw for the Kyle of Bute show the bustling River Clyde and its' chain driven ferries making this video programme a fascinating reminder of 1960s Glasgow. 
Price: 14.99 GBP
 
 
9 Cinerail. The Railways of Scotland Volume 8: Dundee & The Tay Bridge.
Cinerail, 2004. DVD New Book 
(New DVD) Dundee forms a major junction where routes from Aberdeen, Edinburgh and Glasgow, converge. Dundee was host to both the North British and Caledonian Railways. Their legacy was a range of secondary lines centered on Dundee, all of which have closed. From Tay Bridge Station the Firth of Tay is crossed to Wormit, Newport-on-Tay and Tayport. North of Dundee the routes to Liff, Lochee, Maryfield, Kirkbuddo and Kingsmuir are featured. Contemporary film showing diesel traction , tram scenes, the Tay ferries - plus Dundee's last working horse 'Paddy' - combine with rare film of Dundee life and its' railways in the 1930s to provide a fascinating video record. The Tay Rail Bridge, Britain's longest rail bridge at over two miles in length, is highlighted - together with it's infamous predecessor, which collapsed in 1879 carrying seventy-five people to their deaths. 
Price: 14.99 GBP
 
 
The Railways of Scotland Volume 9: Routes From Stirling., Cinerail.
10 Cinerail. The Railways of Scotland Volume 9: Routes From Stirling.
Cinerail, 2004. DVD New Book 
(New DVD) Stirling is viewed before heading north-west to Callander, Killin Jct, the Killin branch, Oban and Connel Ferry, with its former dual road and rail bridge. Next is Gleneagles, formally linked by a branch to Crieff and Comrie. Crieff was served from Stirling and Perth with both routes featured, plus film of the Royal Navy's locos at Almondbank! The railbus service between Falkirk and Grangemouth with views of Grangemouth's steam depot is followed by film at Polmont, Bathgate and the narrow gauge system at Winchborough. East of Stirling is Alloa and via the swing bridge at Throsk, it was linked to the Glasgow line at Larbert. The Devon Valley line linked Alloa to Perth via Kinross and scenes at Tillicoultry, Dollar and Rumbling Bridge are shown. Finally, film of the former Alloa to Dunfermline route shows the towns' stations and depot. 
Price: 14.99 GBP
 
 
11 No Author (DVD). Steam in the Hills: Steep Climbs and Dark Tunnels between Fort William & Mallaig.
Famedram, 2011. DVD New Book 
DVD: Highlights of the summer steam journey from Fort William to Mallaig and back. Mallaig Ahoy! Back to the Fort - plus a slide show. S7. 
Price: 9.99 GBP
 
 
12 No author (DVD). Steam to Kyle: Living Steam on the Line from Inverness to Kyle of Lochalsh.
Famedram, 2012. DVD New Book 
DVD: Sights and Sounds of the Iron Road to the Isles. Highlights of rare steam-hauled excursions on on the Skye Railway. Steam to Kyle! A slide show, plus a taster version of Steam in the Hills. S7. 
Price: 9.99 GBP
 


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