This lovely DVD is part of the ever-reliable series, "British Steam Railways", which were - mostly - originally produced in the Noughties. The series aimed to present a "unique opportunity, to stroll through the hall of fame of Britain's steam locomotives". From unseen footage shot by enthusiasts, to rare archive documentaries, each DVD includes films, clips, and also stills, about the workers and machines of the Age of Steam.
BEATTIE's BEST :-
Joseph Beattie's iconic Well Tank Engines, built for the London & South Western Railway from the 1862 onwards, were (- and, indeed, ARE, as some of these tank engines have been thankfully preserved by steam railway enthusiasts -) elegantly Victorian in appearance.
However, despite their obvious 19C roots, two Well Tank Engines continued in regular service until 1962 : exactly one-hundred years after their introduction ...
The DVD is in EX- condition.
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