The Greatest Steam Locomotives (6 Discs)

Release Date: 14 February 2011 | Certificate: Exempt
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The ultimate profile of steam’s most famous locomotives.

FLYING SCOTSMAN: A stunning pictorial record of how the world’s most famous express locomotive steamed triumphantly into the Millennium.

BLACK FIVE: Experience all the excitement and drama as a Black Five - Stanier Class 5MT 45407 - answers an SOS from the Mid-Hants Railway to work a Daylight Railtour outing from Alton to Bridgnorth.

CASTLE & MANOR: See how Castle class locomotive 5051 “Earl Bathurst” copes with a 75-mile an hour dash to the seaside as she stands in for 7802 “Bradley Manor” on the first of a series of Torbay Express excursions between Bristol and Kingswear.

CLAN LINE: Bulleid Pacific 35028 “Clan Line” was saved from destruction in the 1960s by a group of enthusiasts who weren’t prepared to let the Merchant Navy class die. This wonderful DVD follows her progress for a year.

GREEN ARROW: This is the story of 60800 “Green Arrow” and her heroic attempts to become the first V2-class locomotive to reach Plymouth after mechanical faults ruled out 60007 “Sir Nigel Gresley”. But no one on the footplate knew quite what lay ahead.

KING EDWARD: I Watch as cameras at more than 50 locations follow the beautifully restored 6024 “King Edward I” from London to Bristol and back to Didcot.
Release Date: 14 February 2011
Certificate: E - Exempt from Certification

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Catalogue No: GRD2954