New DVDs for Spring 2014

Our brand new Spring 2014 Catalogue is available now as a free PDF download or for if you would prefer a free printed copy, just contact us with your address and we'll put one in the post.

With (hopefully) the worst of the winter weather behind us and fine spring days on the horizon, 2014 looks like being a fascinating year for Britain’s railways. With the new Class 68s being delivered, more Class 70s on the way, plus the return to the mainline of more Class 20s, 37s, 47s, 56s and 60s, the diesel scene is booming right now. Add to this the best of mainline and preserved steam, anniversaries, railtours and galas and we’re looking pretty good!

Before spring and summer arrive, we also have two of the best Model Railway exhibitions of the year, the massive 3-day Glasgow event at the end of February and the big London festival at the end of March. Videoscene will be at both!

The resurgence in Britain’s railways has not been missed by the filmmakers and within the 32 pages of our new catalogue we have a great selection of new railway and transport DVDs for your viewing pleasure. Look out for some great new cab rides, various 2013 steam and diesel reviews, the 12th volume in the British Transport films series, No.35 in the best-selling Marsden Rail series and two great 2014 guide-books

...and remember, any DVD, anywhere in the UK - post free - guaranteed!

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2014 Guide Books

Riding the DCR Coal Train - York to Butterwell

Riding the DCR Coal Train - York to Butterwell

Riding the DCR Coal Train - York to Butterwell
The East Coast Mainline north from York may not be the most exciting railway, it’s mostly flat, 4-track then 2-track and there’s not a great deal to see! That image changes somewhat when you add a Class 56, hauling a heavy coal train, running at speed, passing Darlington, Durham and Newcastle and onto the single-track Butterwell branch and then further along the line to Potland Burn and the coal-loading facility.

This is a cab ride on board 56312, filmed on a fine sunny day in August 2013, featuring the entire 102 mile journey. Departing from York Holgate sidings, we take the station avoider and run alongside various Class 91s, HSTs and other freight trains to Butterwell Junction and onto the freight-only line to Potland Burn.

As well as the journey itself, the run-round move at Potland Burn is featured, plus coal loading and loco refuelling. A special thrash cam in the back cab of the 56 records the loco hard at work. Includes maps, part narration and on-screen captions. ...full details

Scottish Diesels 2013 Review

Scottish Diesels 2013 Review

Scottish Diesels 2013 Review
2013 was a fascinating year for Scottish diesels with a huge variety of passenger and freight trains being hauled by everything from the humble class 20 to Deltics and 56s!

Highlights of the year include the return of regular class 56 hauled freight trains; 55022 working EMU moves; numerous pairs of DRS Class 37s hauling ballast trains; a pair of 20s to Fort William on a railtour and the Bo’ness diesel gala, featuring the return of 37401.

Includes, in no particular order: 67020 hauling a failed class 91 and its train; 67005 on ballast; 37s on the ‘snow train’; pairs of 37s on West Coast intermodals; 37s, 57s, 66s and 55022 on EMU moves; 37419 to Oban and Mallaig on a ballast; various East Coast diversions; 37409+37607 to Pitlochry on a tour; 66104 on the sleepers; various flask trains; DRS 37s on Network Rail trains, pairs of DRS 37s on Highland mainline ballasts; 56301 hauls a Railvac wagon; 67029 on the Fife circle; 37175 hauling the Royal Scotsman stock; 56302+57010 work a ballast; DRS 47s on various tours and the Northern Belle; 37409+37423+37425 to Brora on the Northern Belle; 37419 and the saloon ‘Caroline’; 66185 hauling OTA wagons; 55022 and D9009 on railtours; 56105 on the Linkswood tanks; 20308+20309 work the Autumn Highlander tour to Fort William and Pitlochry; 57601 on the Queen of Scots stock; 56094 and 66025 top and tail a ballast train into platform 2 at Glasgow Central; 56105, 56312 and 55022 at the Bo’ness gala, plus 26038, 37175, 37401 and 47643 and so much more… ...full details

British Transport Films - Reduced to £9.95

British Transport Films Reduced

The first seven volumes in the critically acclaimed and best-selling British Transport films series are now reduced to just £9.95 each!

Each volume contains two discs with a running time of three hours or more and is presented in a beautiful gatefold DVD sleeve.

Digitally remastered, each volume is packed with well known and much loved films dating from the 1950s. Some of the all time classics are featured here including ‘Elizabethan Express’, ‘Snowdrift at Bleath Gill’ and ‘Farmer Moving South’ - The true story of a Yorkshire farmer who decided to sell his land and move his entire stock - cattle, pigs and poultry, machinery, ploughs and tractors - south to Sussex by rail in December on what was the coldest night of the year!

Originally priced at £19.95 each and then reduced to £14.95, we now have a limited number of the first seven volumes at the BARGAIN price of just £9.95 each….

Riding the Wentloog Intermodal - New Cab Ride on DVD & Blu-ray

Riding the Wentloog Intermodal

Riding the Wentloog Intermodal

Cab ride: Daventry to Wentloog - via Nuneaton, Bromsgrove, Gloucester and Newport.

This is a cab ride on 66433, filmed on a fine sunny day in September 2013, featuring the entire 141 mile journey. With 1100 tonnes and 29 of the ‘Less CO2’ and ‘StobartRail’ branded curtain-side containers in tow, the journey starts at the Daventry International Railfreight terminal near to Rugby and runs to the Wentloog container facility, situated between Newport and Cardiff in South Wales.

Upon departure from Daventry we join the West Coast Main Line, running to Rugby and then Nuneaton where we head west towards Birmingham, passing Water Orton and Washwood Heath. Taking a few freight-only curves and branches, the train avoids the centre of Birmingham, heading for Kings Norton and on to Bromsgrove. Running down the Lickey incline we continue on to Cheltenham, then Gloucester, along the banks of the River Severn to Severn Tunnel Junction, into Wales and then Newport and finally into Wentloog.

As well as the cab ride itself, we pass a staggering number and variety of passenger and freight trains as well as many major junctions and well-known locations, particularly in the Midlands. There is a thrash camera located in the rear cab, recording the 66 hard at work. Includes maps, part narration and on-screen captions. ...full details

Riding the DCR Spoil Train - New Cab Ride on DVD & Blu-ray

Riding the DCR Spoil Train DVD

Riding the DCR Spoil Train Willesden to Calvert

Cab ride: Willesden Euroterminal to Calvert - Via Acton, Princes Risborough and Aylesbury.

The use of DCR Class 56 locomotives on the Willesden to Calvert spoil trains may well have been the freight highlight of 2013.

This is a cab ride on 56091, filmed on a fine sunny day in August, featuring the entire journey. With just short of 1700 tonnes in tow, the journey starts in the busy west London freight area, finishing in the scenic Buckinghamshire countryside and the 56 has to work hard tackling the gradients of the Chiltern route.

Upon departure from Willesden and a run-round move at Mitre Bridge Junction, we run forward to Acton and the Great Western mainline before taking the Greenford branch at West Ealing. Joining the Chiltern mainline at South Ruislip we continue to Princes Risborough and take the single line to Aylesbury, then forward onto the old Great Central mainline, now a freight only single line to the landfill site at Calvert. ...full details

Flying Scotsman - The Official Collection (4 DVD, Book & Memorabilia)

Flying Scotsman - The Official Collection

The Official Flying Scotsman Collection can be purchased from Videoscene. We are an official licensed retailer. With only 10,000 packs available worldwide, each one comes with its own certificate of authenticity. Don't miss out on this opportunity to own a piece of steam locomotive history.

MEMORABILIA PACK: A collection of authentic memorabilia created from original items. These include a 1926 King's Cross to York ticket (Fare 23s 6d), twelve 1930s destination luggage labels, 'Your Journey Times' leaflet from 1932, a 1950 music sheet of The Flying Scotsman Piano Solo, 1962 luncheon menu card & wine list, 1963 "Save Our Scotsman" poster, engine history cards, postcards and a set of five engineer's technical drawings.

148-page HARDBACK BOOK: Packed with beautiful and rare photographs, James S. Baldwin tells the full story of Flying Scotsman's remarkable life, documenting in stunning detail the highs and lows of her numerous adventures.Packed with never-before-seen photographs.

11 PROGRAMMES ON 4 DVDs: ...more details

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