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The Railway Channel is a free broadband television service bringing railway related programmes to like minded people. There's no need to install special software, no need to spend hours downloading, no need to spend any money before you watch anything and here's a statistic that should make everyone sit up notice - since January 1st 2007 The Railway Channel has attracted 1,106,301 hits! Our new site is on the way with pages full of movies, news and information and, don't forget, the movies are free on TRC!

www.therailwaychannel.com

Monday 2nd April - The Monday Film -Driver Training
Mark Found goes behind the scenes at Virgin's training centre in Crewe to find out what it takes to take control of a Pendolino

Tuesday 3rd April - Steam Tuesday - The LLangollen Railway
As well as superb photography we laso tell the tale of a remarkable re-union between a man and his loco.

Wednesday - 4th April - Hidden Treasure - The South Arbury Railway
Chris Moody is the sort of bloke to whom length does matter - and that accounts for the four and a half scale miles of track in his back garden. In 16mm Chris also has a fine collection of Garrett locomotives.

Thursday - 5th April - The Club - Preston MRC
Situated next to the West Coast Mainline Preston MRC boasts a spacious headquarters and some fine layouts including Bea Lane, modern image OO and a remarkable layout for all Thomas fans

Friday - 6th April - Weekend Return - Fareham
Discovery Channel's Mark Found spent last year travelling the country visiting the best model railway shows. This week he's in Fareham and in this programme chats to a man who survived a horrendous knife attack.

Saturday 7th April to Tuesday 10th April - The Easter Movie - The Welshpool and Llanfair Light Railway
Join us on the footplate for a ride along the whole of this wonderful Welsh narrow gauge railway. The engine has to work hard - so make sure you've got the sound turned up!

www.therailwaychannel.com

The Railway Channel is free to all members of the railway community and aims to make programmes that its viewers want to see. Visit and tell us what you'd like to see on this fast growing, innovative, internet site
 
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