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The Railway Channel - Issue 7

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The Fairbourne and Barmouth Steam Railway

The Railway Channel spent the day with the charming Fairbourne and Barmouth Steam Railway in Wales. The wind was gale force but the rain stayed off - at least until they'd finished doing some of our best railway shots yet.
- Widescreen 16X9 Duration 10:09

The Fairbourne and Barmouth Steam Railway Part Two

The Railway Channel traveled on, in and alongside Sherpa as she makes her way along the blustery coast. Some stunning scenery and dramatic shots make this one of the best journey sequences they've ever done. You'll be delighted.
- Widescreen 16X9 Duration 13:09

Hidden Treasure

16mm is featured with this superb line built by Paul Sherwood. Another great railway in this terrific series.
- Widescreen 16X9 Duration 11:54

Weekend Return - Southwold Part One

Mark Found's haunted by sounds from his schoolboy past as he visits the Waveney Valley MRC's annual exhibition at St. Felix school.
- Widescreen 16X9 Duration 09:39

Weekend Return - Southwold Part Two

Some great layouts on display and Mark chats to a fellow former London Underground driver
- Widscreen 16X9 Duration 13:38

The Club - Twickenham & District MRC

A flourishing club revelling in their new home we're sure you'll be impressed by this dynamic MRC.
- Widescreen 16X9 Duration 13:47

You can review Issue 7 for FREE now by visiting:
(Click the 'More Info' button for write up on each segment)

A 13th bonus issue from The Railway Channel will be available in November and will be packed with original programming - just like the previous twelve. If you're one of The Railway Channel supporters, and believe that a channel devoted to the world of railways is a good thing, then all you need to do is come on board and enjoy the great programmes.
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