Swanage Railway/Mid-Hants

Swanage Railway/Mid-Hants

These DVD’s and books feature footage from either the preserved line the Mid-Hants Railway or Swanage Railway. They show footage of locomotives at work on the railway too and fascinating archive films from their pasts.

The Swanage Railway is a 7 mile route from Corfe Castle to Swanage, the Purbeck’s main seaside resort. The stations along the line are Swanage, Herston Halt, Harman’s Cross, Corfe Castle, and Norden. In the Books and DVD’s we see Swanage’s ambitions to reach Wereham followung the reinstatement of signalling at Worgret Junction.

The Mid-Hants Railway Watercressline is a 10 mile route in the centre of Hampshire. The stations on the line are Alresford, Ropley, Medstead & Four Marks and Alton. The Watercressline connects to the main line at Alton which heads off to Woking and London. Ropley is the main base for locomotive restoration and for operations .

Purchase the book and Story of Swanage DVD and get Main Line Return to Swanage for free !!!!

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Our railway DVDs and books include a new programme about the recently overhauled Gresley A3 Pacific 60103 ‘Flying Scotsman‘ and our key title Railway Round-up plus an extensive list of books and DVDs about the Settle – Carlisle Railway Line including the real ‘Jericho’ story in our ‘Ribblehead’ book by the late W.R Mitchell MBE. Railway Archive titles include the 50th anniversary of the closure of the famous Somerset & Dorset line, our ‘Story of’ series, the Yorkshire Dales and Lake District. Many towns and cities are also covered in our ‘archive’ look at Britain ‘In The Past’. We are also pleased to bring back into the Kingfisher fold all of the Railscene titles which includes over 50 Cab Rides around Britain, many archive series such Richard Willis, Cam Camwell and ‘Steaming Through’ series. For followers of the great liners, we have a dedicated section on the RMS Titanic, Cunard liners and other Maritime subjects. We also now offer an extensive archive and current video footage to the TV and Film Industry.