The British Transport Films Collection Vol. 13: On the Right Track

Release Date: 21 June 2019 | Certificate: Exempt
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British Transport Films Vol. 13: On the Right Track (2-disc DVD)

British Transport Films was established in 1949 to focus a spotlight on transport as a Nationalised undertaking, to create an appetite for travel and to entice the public to use nationalised transport. Over a period of more than 35 years BTF produced an unrivalled documentary film legacy for generations of film and transport enthusiasts.

BTF on DVD makes its triumphant return on this 2-disc set featuring 14 films, 13 of which are available for the first time and have been newly scanned in 2K. The 13th volume in this long running series includes Track 125, Rubbish By Rail and Careful Charlie!.

Films

  • Disc 1
  • We're in Business Too! (1964, 23 mins)
  • British Rail is Travelling (1969, 8 mins)
  • Careful Charlie! (1970, 4 mins)
  • The Class 86 Locomotive (1970, 26 mins)
  • People in Railways (1970, 20 mins)
  • Having a Fresh Look (1970, 34 mins)
  • Solutions? (1972, 8 mins)
  • Disc 2
  • What's Tops? (1974, 20 mins)
  • Rubbish By Rail (1977, 6 mins)
  • The Stage is Yours (1979, 13 mins)
  • The 75 Tonne High Capacity Crane (1980, 28 mins)
  • Track 125 (1981, 20 mins)
  • Promises promises (1982, 23 mins)
  • A New Approach to Hong Kong (1982, 22 mins)

Includes fully illustrated booklet with new writing on the films by BFI curators Steve Foxon, Patrick Russell and Jez Stewart and post-war transport historian and enthusiast Stephen Edwards

Release Date: 21 June 2019
Certificate: E - Exempt from Certification
SKU: BFIV2125