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|GWR DVD Vol 5||GWR DVD Vol 6||Staverton Air Show|
|Round and About DVD Vol 1||Round and About DVD Vol 2||Round and About DVD Vol 3||Round and About DVD Vol 4|
|Idol Rich DVD Live at the Roundabout||Idol Rich DVD Live at Cheltenham|
Gloucestershire Warwickshire Railway
The Early Years Volume 3 1988-90
|Please note Ultimate Great Western Weekend is Disc 4|
During the mid to late 1980s I shot around 20 hours of video of the
Gloucestershire Warwickshire Railway.
Almost all of the material is in good condition and has transfered
to PC at a good quality.
I used a Sony HVC4000P video camera, a Sony SL-F1UB portable video recorder, an external microphone,
and shot mainly on tripod.
All editing on these DVDs was carried out on a PC from the original material captured to PC.
The main feature is an hour and a half long and features the following locomotives Bagnall 0-6-0ST Byfield No 2, Peckett 0-4-0ST John, Hunslet 15" 0-6-0ST King George, Class 14 Diesel Hydraulic D9537, and three Great Western locomotives, Pannier Tank 7752, Large Prairie 6106, Great Western Castle 5080 Defiant, all in service between Toddington and Winchcombe.
Chapters are 1988 services with Peckett John, the first visit of 7752, 1988 Santa Specials with Byfield No 2, 1989 Services with King George and D9537. First services through Greet Tunnel with the Bagnall
1990 visit of 6106
First Visit of 5080 Defiant
Final trains before the Ultimate Great Western Weekend
|There are two extra features one 8 minute one about rebuilding at Winchcombe and laying track through the tunnel to Gretton, a little at Toddington as well. And one 10 minute one of the North Gloucestershire Narrow Gauge Railway|
Locations include Toddington Station, fields south of Toddington,
various views near Hailes Abbey bridge, some from the lineside, some from trains,
Winchcombe Station, Winchcombe Signal Box, A46 over the fields near Didbrook
the allotments north of Winchcombe Station which are now houses!
Also the approach to the Tunnel from the line side, above both ends of the tunnel, by the west entrance, and the lineside at Gretton.
|The DVD was edited on the PC, encoded with TMPGENC with 2 pass variable bit rate, and duplicated on good quality media, all discs are printed.|
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|Due to excessive final value and listing fees I no longer sell on Ebay, I sell direct for £5 with £2 UK recorded delivery.|