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The Railway Channel is a free broadband television service bringing railway related programmes to like minded people. We have an extensive library and we are currently filming new programmes. Whilst we are building our new site enjoy the films that we have on offer and please do feel free to ask us to feature something of particular interest to you.

Monday 12th March - The Monday Film - Barrington Quarry
In 2004 our cameras were allowed access to Barrington Quarry owned by Rugby Cement. It was unique at that time being the last railway worked quarry in the UK and our film makes for fascinating viewing.

Tuesday 13th March - Steam Tuesday - Sittingbourne and Kemsley Light Railway
This light railway used to serve the paper mills in Kemsley and is now preserved in all its industrial glory. Our film comprehensively covers all aspects of this unique line

Wednesday - 14th March - Hidden Treasure - Cacades
Bob Soundy has recreated his holiday experiences in G Scale. Join us as our film journeys to the western states.

Thursday - 15th March - The Club - Phoenix MRC
Disillusioned with their club these breakaway members founded their own and met in a front room. Now though they reside in a former RAF officer's mess and run the club just as they want to. Members from other clubs will be interested in the way that the club finances itself.

Friday - 16th March - Weekend Return - Southwold
Discovery Channel's Mark Found spent last year travelling the country visiting the best model railway shows. This week he's in Southwold and the layouts include the N Gauge "Somewhere In England" and John Polly's underground based "Abbey Road".

Saturday and Sunday 17th and 18th March - The Weekend Film - The Talyllyn
This film follows John Scott, a driver on the Talyllyn Railway. This famous old railway is captured superbly by our cameras and John's narration is a treat!
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