Based in Dorset, we produce DVDs on a wide range of subjects. This will be our third DVD for the Fairbourne Railway.Previous DVDs are:Tracks in the Sand Tracks from the pastCentenary of Steam GalaFilmed over a Gala Weekend, A Century of Steam celebrates the centenary of the coming of steam to Fairbourne in 1916. The Bassett-Lowke locomotive in 1916 was named Prince Edward of Wales. As King George, the little engine is making its first return to Fairbourne along with former residents Count Louis and Katie. Running on newly laid dual gauge track they represent the 15 inch gauge era from 1916 to 1985. The popular resident engines Russell, Sherpa, Yeo and Tony the Diesel continue the story from 1986 to the present day.This exciting documentary by film maker Eric Montague follows on from Tracks in the Sand. In addition there is a real time driver's eye view trip along the line from Barmouth Ferry. As we sit in the cab of Russell, our narrator will take us forward through the century as we make our way to Fairbourne. In the third film on the DVD, veterans of the Railway share their happy memories of days gone by. Foot tapping music, stereo sound and stunning visuals.TOTAL Running time 80 minutesFormat PAL 16:9 Widescreen The production is shot and edited in 1080 HD and is mastered to DVD at the highest possible resolution and sound quality to capture the thrill of steam.
In association with the Fairbourne Railway
The New Fairbourne Railway Century of Steam DVD is now available