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In this issue we have a fantastic film that celebrates the role played by locomotive Normandy on the Bluebell Railway. Having reached the end of her ten year boiler certificate The Railway Channel cameras captured her on the last week of working. It's a beautifully filmed and, ultimately, moving story using only the sound of Schubert's magnificent score and the locomotives running on that day. We think it's fair to say that this film is worth the cover price on its own!

The Issue Six menu in full:

Weekend Return - Fareham Part One
It's down to the south coast for this edition and look out for Peter Gray's story - chilling yet positive. Worth watching.

Widescreen 16X9 Duration 9:59

Weekend Return - Fareham Part Two
Mervyn Turvey's "Alston" headlines this part. Hot Stuff!

Widescreen 16X9 Duration 11:48

A Day In The Life Of Normandy
This historic loco's boiler has just ended and our cameras were there to capture the last days of working. An absolutely brilliant film that captures the essence of the Southern Railway. Not to be missed.

Widescreen 16X9 Duration 20:00

Hidden Treasures - The West Wickham Ride On Railway
Mike Keyte's marvellous five inch railway shows just what can be achieved when one's parent's garden is up for exploitation! Charming.

Widescreen 16X 9 Duration 10:00

The Club - Beckenham MRC
It's into the basement for this edition - but it's certainly worth the trip if you like modern image. "Horton is the highlight" - don't miss it!

Widescreen 16X9 Duration 10:20

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