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Big Freight 15

We are pleased to announce BIG FREIGHT 15 is out now!

We are offering all Videoscene Customers £5 off BIG FREIGHT 15 DVD or Blu-ray if they order before the end of May. 

*Simply add Big Freight 15 to your basket, then during checkout enter the Discount Code: VSBF15 and £5 will be discounted from the normal price. (Offer only applies to orders placed on this website, using the discount code BEFORE the end of May 2016)

 

Train Crazy Reissues on DVD

Train Crazy Reissues

Originally released on VHS tape in the year 2000, these two programmes are now re-released on DVD. With footage recorded around the turn of the century, now 16 years later, they offer a detailed look-back at diesel and electric locos from that period.

East Coast/West Coast DIVERSIONS
Around 1999-2000 the East Coast and West Coast Main lines had become somewhat predictable - dedicated pools of locos, smart liveries and streamlined stock. However, at this time, due to engineering work, these trains left the overhead wires and ventured along routes which rarely saw loco-hauled trains. With an RES Class 47 on the front, these 'drags' became a focal point of interest at this time. This reissued DVD goes back to that period in 1999 and 2000... more details

Class 73, 86, 87, 89, 90, 91, 92: ELECTRIC LOCOMOTIVES
This specially reissued DVD looks at the seven classes of Electric Locomotive that were in service around 1999 and 2000 with:• A visit to Birkenhead North Depot to see the Class 73/0s & 73/9s• Class 73/1s on Mail trains• Class 73/2s on the Gatwick Express• Class  86/2s, 86/4s & 86/6s working for Virgin, Anglia, EWS & Freightliner• Virgin Trains class 87s & 90s• The unique Class 89• Class 90/0s & 90/1s on Sleepers, Mail Trains and Freightliners• GNER Class 91s• Class 92s working from 25Kv and third rail• Each class is introduced with loco details and numbers followed by action shots• All new footage, filmed 1999 and 2000• Musical sections, stereo sound, digital editing, part narration and on-screen captions... more details

 

New Japanese Book - ORDER NOW LIMITED AVAILABILITY

Fantastic Trams in Blackpool

Every once in a while a very different book about Blackpool's trams is published and Fantastic Trams in Blackpool by Fumio Goto is just that.

The author is from Japan and he visited Blackpool in 1978, 1979, then 2013, 2014 and 2015. This book is a photographic journey of each visit.

Clearly a lot has happened between 1979 and 2013 - an awful lot - and we go from OMO cars in the snow in January 1978 right up to stunning images of the current Heritage service and Flexity2 trams.

The book is not in chronological order as it starts with visits from 2013 so perhaps initially you're thinking this is a modern image book. From page 89 we go back to 1978 with a few black and white images and the some truly stunning material from the 1978-1979 period. In a sea of green and cream, the Balloon cars are well represented with many images containing more than one tram.

Throughout the book the use of a zoom lens has been done to maximum effect with stunning images from the Tower top and Big Wheel. Almost every image is a winner and it must be commented on the high quality of production.

The text within the book is written mostly in Japanese but for each photo caption the location and date is printed in English. To be fair, this is not a problem as stunning images of trams like 227 or 700 sell themselves and anybody interested enough in Blackpool's trams should know that 227 is a Boat car and 700 a Balloon. There is a full fleet list in English at the back. 

Coming in at 168 pages this book will appeal to the masses. If you're following the current scene, this book covers it well. If you're interested in the old fleet, then you'll be impressed by the 1970s images. All in all this is an excellent book.

With more than 200 images, mostly in colour this book is recommended to all Blackpool Tram enthusiasts. Add it to your collection! ...more details

RAILTAPE on DVD!

Railtape on DVD

Available on DVD for the first time - exclusive from Videoscene!

What is Railtape?
Railtape was launched in 1994 as the successor to the popular and best-selling Railscene series. Released either monthly or bi-monthly, it was a video magazine featuring all aspects of railway news. From steam and diesel footage, galas, preservation, railtours, to new locos, new liveries and much more, this series provided an in-depth look at the railway scene at that time. Many of the tapes also featured a short cab ride!

VHS tapes: The original series was professionally filmed and released on cassette with running times between 60 and 120 minutes, depending on how much news there was to cover in that specific month. A total of 72 issues were produced, right up to 2004. With the demise of VHS the series was deleted over a decade ago.

Now on DVD: Videoscene has recently acquired the master tapes for the entire series and will be releasing them in batches ...more details

Summer 2016 Steam and Diesel DVD Catalogue

Catalogue - Summer 2016

Our brand new Summer 2016 Catalogue is available now as a free PDF download  (click here approx. 17Mb download) or if you would prefer a free printed copy, just contact us with your address and we'll put one in the post.

Available on DVD for the very first time is RAILTAPE. You may remember this was the predecessor to the Railscene video series, launched in 1994. Only ever available on VHS tape, this series was 'the' railway video magazine of that period, covering a wide range of news and topical features, steam, diesel and much more. Twenty-two years later, the original RAILTAPE is now available on DVD, relaunched this spring. See page 18.

The latest programme in the popular and best-selling BIG FREIGHT series will be released in late May. No.15 promises to be another 2 hour plus epic, with numerous freight trains filmed countrywide. 

As usual we're offering £5.00 off the Big Freight 15 DVD or Blu-ray if you order before 31st May (at checkout use Discount Code: VSBF15). 

Following requests, Train Crazy has also re-released two deleted titles: East Coast/West Coast DIVERSIONS and Electric Locomotives. Both titles were filmed in 1999/2000 and show a very different railway to the one we know today.

Other new releases include a superb Driver's Eye View from Video 125 entitled Italy - France, filmed on board a TGV passing the spectacular Alpine scenery. Closer to home, there are four new titles featuring the Class 141 to 144 DMUs, two DVDs featuring the popular Class 40s and some great new archive steam DVDs.

The 2016 Light Rail and Underground guide books are in stock now. Printed in the new larger A5 format, with more pages, we've had a lot of positive comments. Get your copies now.

You may notice the word 'HOT' next to a few titles in this catalogue. This basically means these are very popular and best selling titles and we have plenty of them in stock. If you order before 12noon on a weekday, we guarantee to ship your order by first class post the same day.

Don't forget we still charge £ZERO postage on all DVD/Blu-ray orders to UK addresses. Please don't be paying £2.00 or £2.50 per DVD from other sellers. If the item you want is £19.95, that's exactly what it will cost you - £zero postage - £zero credit card fees - GUARANTEED!

Thank you for your continued support.

Click here to download the catalogue (approx. 17Mb pdf)

Spring releases from Train crazy

New Releases from Train Crazy

We have many great new releases including three new diesel titles from Train Crazy.

 

Riding the DCR Stock Move Loughborough to Wembley

Riding the DCR Stock Move Loughborough to Wembley
Filmed in April 2015, this is a cab ride on board BR green-liveried 31190 (D5613) from Loughborough Works to Chiltern's Wembley Depot. The move is a single DVT - 82309 - which had been on repair and was returning home.

Starting light engine at Derby there is brief footage towards Loughborough where we enter the works. Collecting our single coach we join the Midland Main Line and continue through Leicester and Kettering to Bedford. From Bedford we take the branch to Bletchley and then join the WCML. After a non-stop run to Wembley the train heads for Acton. Running around in Acton Yard, we take the freight only line to Neasden and the curve into the Chiltern depot. After uncoupling, the 31 returns light engine to Willesden Freight Terminal.

Filmed on a fine day with the full assistance of DC Rail, the entire journey is shown. This was one of 31190s final workings prior to withdrawal. A special ‘thrash cam’ in the back cab records the locomotive in full effect. Part narration, on-screen captions and maps. ...more details

DRS CLASS 37s in Scotland

DRS CLASS 37s in Scotland
The Class 37 has a long association with Scotland and although the days of 37/4s working passenger and freight in the Highlands has long gone, the Class 37 story continues thanks to DRS. With a small pool of 37s based at Carlisle, these locos have been first choice for prestigious Railtours and the Northern Belle, right down to engineers trains and flasks. Often working in pairs the sight and sound of the Type 3 can still be heard in Scotland and this special compilation records just that.

Filmed over a five year period from 2011 to 2015 this programme showcases DRS Class 37s in Scotland at their very best. Split into the categories of passenger trains, ballast trains, test trains, flask trains and other workings, almost all of the DRS 37 fleet is featured.Presented in the format of minimal narration, on screen captions and maximum thrash, this is classic Tractor action in glorious Scottish scenery! ...more details

Scottish Diesels 2015 Review

Scottish Diesels 2015 Review
The introduction of Class 68s hauling passenger trains was one of the major highlights of a fascinating year for diesel locomotives in Scotland. Add to this, regular Class 68 haulage of the Aberdeen intermodal, 55022 hauling the Royal Scotsman and the testing of Class 73s for the Caledonian Sleeper, and another amazing year unfolds.

Presented in a month-by-month format, this programme includes: 37s, 47s, 57s and 66s on the snow and ice train; various DRS Class 37s hauling flasks, Network Rail test trains and engineers trains; GBRf hauled ballast trains on the Borders Railway; Colas Class 56s and 60s on engineers trains; Class 47s, 90s, 92s, 86101 and 87002 on sleepers; various Railtours, Charters and the Northern Belle featuring 37s, 47s, 57s and 66s; Class 68 hauled 'Golf' specials; HSTs in the new Virgin livery; 66/7s haul the Royal Scotsman; 37516 works the Fort William sleeper, pairs of 86s and 90s on WCML freights, and highlights from the Bo'ness diesel gala with 37703, 40106, 50007, 50017 and 55022. ...more details



Guide Books for 2016

New Guide Books for 2016

London Underground Guide 2016 (Third Edition)
This book is a guide to one of the world's most complex and fascinating metro systems. It looks at all eleven Underground lines, together with all of the different types of trains that operate on the system including a full fleet list. There is information about engineering trains and heritage operations, and a full A to Z of all 270 stations.

This book gives readers an insight into how the system operates, the history that made the London Underground what it is today. It also provides lots of fascinating things to look out for during a journey. The book is in A5 format and has 150 pages packed full of information, line maps and over 100 colour photographs. An interesting read, and a great companion to any trip on the London Underground. ...more details

 

UK Light Rail and Tram Museum Guide 2016 (Fourth Edition)
Now into its fourth year of publication the 2016 UK Light Rail and Tram Museum Guide has been fully revised and rewritten with a new layout and format. With full details of the fleet and route changes to the systems in Nottingham, Birmingham and Manchester, this must-have publication once again provides a plethora of information on the current tram and light rail scene. From humble museums and static displays right through to the major modern systems of Docklands, Dublin, Edinburgh and the much praised old/new network in Blackpool. Bonus feature: Cliff Lifts of Britain. ...more details

 

Cinerail News

We are pleased to announce that Videoscene has purchased the longstanding collection of CineRail and Marsden Rail archive steam and diesel DVDs. Although we have been selling these titles for many years this is a great opportunity to breathe new life into them with a relaunch and new lower prices.

With more than 90 titles, covering the final years of BR steam and the early years of diesels, the popular and best-selling Marsden Rail DVDs need no introduction and are recognised as some of the finest archive railway programmes ever made. Add the CineRail DVDs and their vast selection of Scottish titles and you have superb coverage of railways from the halcyon days of the 1950s and 1960s.

More good news is the vast collection of unused quality archive steam and diesel footage we have acquired which means new DVDs - including future titles in the Marsden Rail series - will continue to be released.

 

Marsden Rail 36: North From Crewe

Marsden Rail 36: North From Crewe
The programme features the West Coast Main Line north of Crewe in the 1960s - a period that saw major changes on Britain’s railways as diesel and electric traction displaced the steam locomotive.

With its locomotive works, depots and yards, Crewe was a major rail centre and, therefore, a magnet for enthusiasts attracted by the huge variety of operations to be seen in the area. Within Crewe Works there was always a wide range of locomotives undergoing repair and many of these are featured, along with scenes at Crewe North and South Sheds.

Leaving Crewe, scenes at Warrington’s Arpley Junction and at Wigan are followed by film taken at Preston.

Next is Lancaster Castle Station where, in addition to the regular WCML traffic, ex-LNWR electric multiple units operated services to Morecambe and Heysham. Six miles north of Lancaster is Carnforth, where numerous mainline workings and an organised shed visit are captured on film. ...more details

Marsden Rail 35: On Yorkshire Lines

Marsden Rail 35: On Yorkshire Lines
The programme features Yorkshire in the 1960s, beginning with views of the East Coast Main Line in and around York, with scenes at the city’s busy motive power depot and station.

From York, we move to Church Fenton, the junction for routes to Leeds and Sheffield, with a focus on the now vanished Church Fenton North signal box and the traffic under its control.

Next is Leeds City Station, featuring a wide variety of steam and early diesel locomotive types, plus views of Farnley Junction MPD, and at nearby Leeds Central Station, ‘Deltics’ on ECML services can be seen rubbing shoulders with elderly ‘J50s’ on station pilot duties.

Closed in 1904, Rothwell Town Station witnessed a rare influx of passengers in September 1958, with the arrival of a railtour headed by a pair of ex-GNR Class J6s. ...more details

Archive Series Volume 14: Scottish Steam - The A4s Final Years

Archive Series Volume 14: Scottish Steam - The A4s Final Years
In September 1935 the first of the Class A4 Pacifics emerged from the London North Eastern Railway's Doncaster Locomotive Works and they quickly gained favour with both the travelling public and rail enthusiast alike.

However, just as they had replaced older designs on the East Coast Main Line, by the early 1960s diesel traction had displaced the A4s from their regular express passenger workings.

Fortunately, in 1962, a decision by the Scottish Region of British Railways to employ the A4s on the tightly-timed 3-hour expresses between Aberdeen, Perth and Glasgow gave many of the class a new lease of life.

One A4 enthusiast, Eddie Stanbridge, decided to make a film record of the A4s' final years and over a three-year period travelled regularly to Scotland from his home in Norwich to film them. ...more details



Diesel Releases from Train Crazy

New train Crazy Releases

We have many great new releases including three new diesel titles from Train Crazy.

 

Big Freight 14

Big Freight 14
No.14 in the highly-acclaimed and best-selling Big Freight series will be released in late November. Produced in conjunction with Freightmaster – the National Railfreight Timetable – this brand new action-packed programme features another superb feast of freight trains, filmed countrywide during 2014/2015.

Barnetby: The ever popular and delightful location of Barnetby may well have been the most visited Freightmaster hotspot of 2015. With major resignalling planned for Lincolnshire, this was the last opportunity to see freight trains and large-scale traditional semaphore signalling side-by-side. In an extended feature, footage from summer and autumn looks at the coal, steel, iron ore, stone and oil trains hauled by various DBS, Freightliner, Colas and GBRf Class 60s and 66s plus a Colas Class 70. ...more details

Riding the DCR Loco Move - Derby to Grosmont

Riding the DCR Loco Move - Derby to Grosmont
This is a cab ride on board 56104 from Derby to Grosmont, filmed on a fine sunny day in June 2015.

The recently refurbished and reinstated 56104 was on-hire to DC Rail and was taking locos to the North Yorkshire Moors Railway for their diesel gala. Having started out from Peterborough with 31271 and 47596 earlier in the day, we join the train at Derby and go forward to Barrow Hill, entering the depot and collecting 45060.

With the train reformed, the four loco convoy heads north passing Masborough, Swinton, Milford Sidings and Colton Junction, and to York, taking the station avoiding lines. Picking up the action at Longlands Junction (Northallerton) we go forward to Eaglescliffe, Thornaby, Middlesbrough and onto the single line to Nunthorpe. 56104 runs around its train at Battersby and continues along the very scenic branch to Glaisdale, Grosmont and the NYMR. ...more details

Diesel Hauled Passenger Trains - The Story of 2015

Diesel Hauled Passenger Trains - The Story of 2015
The recent revival in loco-hauled passenger trains reached new heights in 2015 with the introduction of the brand new Class 68s and the return of an old favourite, the Class 37s. To celebrate this remarkable turnaround, the Diesel Hauled Passenger Trains series is back with a brand new release - The Story of 2015.

Starting with Class 37s in Cumbria, various locos are featured on this scenic railway, firstly in top and tail mode and then with DBSO coaches. See the likes of 37401 skirting the Irish Sea in beautiful seascapes and sunny weather. ...more details



More Book Releases

New Books for Winter

London Underground - Pictorial Series - Book One
Carrying an average of more than four million passengers per day, the London Underground is famous as one of the most historic, fascinating and iconic Metro systems on planet Earth! This book is a pictorial look at that system, packed with over 100 high quality full colour images from around the network taken both above and below ground.

Written by Jason Cross, author of the London Underground guide books, all of the photographs were taken by the author between 2012 and 2015. The book not only includes all eleven Underground lines, but also every type of passenger stock currently in use on the system and much more. Highlights include the new S Stock trains and the trains of A Stock and C Stock that they have replaced, along with the soon-to-be replaced D Stock. The battery locomotives which are used to haul engineering trains - usually overnight - are included at a variety of locations, along with the autumn Rail Adhesion Trains, the Track Recording Train and a variety of unusual workings. ...more details

 

Blackpool Buses - Enthusiasts Handbook By Paul Turner
You wanted a Blackpool bus book - well here it is!

Traditionally painted in green and cream, not much had changed on the Blackpool bus scene since deregulation in 1986. A new era dawned in April 2001 with the introduction of the colourful branded Metro Coastlines network. This remained until a return to fleet livery was introduced by new MD Trevor Roberts and the new black and yellow colour scheme was applied across the fleet. As soon as this was finished, yet another MD arrived, Jane Cole, and soon new silver-liveried Mercedes Citaros were introduced and the whole network was revised once again.

This book - the first for many years solely based on the Blackpool bus network - shows how the routes around the town have evolved over the years into what we have today. Starting off with a history including many never before seen images, it looks at the fleet, type by type before an in-depth detailed review of each route today. Other operators are featured including Catch22 Bus, Stagecoach plus some of the smaller outfits such as Kirby Lonsdale Coach Hire. It's all in here! ...more details

 

Municipal Transport in War and Austerity: Blackpool 1939 - 1949 by John Woodman
The story of Blackpool's buses and trams during a decade of strife and economic hardship.

The popularity of Blackpool came to a climax in 1939 with the completion of several distinctive developments enhancing even further the town's reputation as Britain's leading resort. The new Derby Baths, Odeon Cinema and New Opera House theatre were complemented by the multi storey car park (the largest in Britain) containing a transport hub 'Talbot Road Bus Station'. Further plans came to a summary halt in September with yet a further announcement of hostilities against Germany. We seek to cover the consequent developments during the following decade and hope readers will allow for the dearth of photographs outside of media clippings.

The story of the tramway is well known given its coverage in diverse publications. However the town's bus services carried even greater strain during the ten years from 1939 and deserving of equal time. Finding original photographs from this era which are previously unpublished has not been easy. From time to time some gems surface. ...more details



More Releases from Train Crazy

New Diesel Releases from Train Crazy

We have many great new releases including three new diesel titles from Train Crazy.

 

Riding the Colas Oil Train

Riding the Colas Oil Train - Preston to Lindsey
Cab ride: Preston Docks to Lindsey Oil Refinery.

This is a cab ride from Preston to Lindsey via Blackburn, Copy Pit, Wakefield, Hemsworth, Hatfield & Stainforth and Barnetby, filmed on a fine sunny day in July 2015.

Starting from the docks at Preston, this is the 6E32 bitumen oil tank empties, and passing over Strand Road level crossing, we climb the 1 in 29 incline and onto the WCML.

The train itself is made up of 13 TEA bogie tanks and this thrice-weekly train is one of the freight highlights of Lancashire and Yorkshire. Running west/east during the day, the train passes many scenic and interesting railway locations as well as taking a few freight-only lines and curves. ...more details

Sunrise Sunset Volume 5

Sunrise Sunset - Volume 5 - A Day at Hinksey Yard, Oxford
Sunrise Sunset UK spends a full day at a busy and popular location, recording a typical day of passenger and freight trains.

For the fifth programme in the series we head to Oxfordshire and spend the day at Hinksey Yard. Situated adjacent to the Banbury, Oxford and Didcot mainline, the great thing about this location is the footbridge running right through the middle of the yard and over the mainline - making it possible to see all trains, all moves, all the shunting and every arrival and departure.

Filmed on a fine sunny day in July 2014, in the yard 08879 is busy shunting wagons and preparing trains. DBS Class 66s arrive and run around their lengthy car trains from the nearby Cowley plant; 66515 arrives with a crane and 70802 pauses for a while with the Westbury - Bescot engineers train. ...more details

Riding the DCR Scrap Train - Cardiff to Derby

Riding the DCR Scrap Train - Cardiff to Derby
Cab ride: Cardiff Tidal Sidings to Derby Chaddesden Sidings.

This is a cab ride from Cardiff to Derby via Newport, Gloucester, Lickey and Tamworth filmed on a fine early spring day in March 2015.

Starting from the sidings opposite Cardiff Central station we run light engine to Tidal Sidings and couple to the wagons. The train itself is a rake of 17 JNA bogie boxes that had arrived here with loaded scrap from Stockton a few days earlier and this was the return journey as far as Derby. This was one of many scrap trains operated by DC Rail during 2015 using Class 56 locomotives.

From Cardiff, running along the South Wales mainline, the train passes Newport, Severn Tunnel Junction, along the banks of the River Severn to Lydney, then Gloucester, Cheltenham, up the Lickey Incline and onto Kings Norton, Water Orton, Tamworth and Derby. 56312 provides the power.. ...more details



Tram Releases from Train Crazy

New Tram Releases from Train Crazy

We have many great new releases including three new tram titles from Train Crazy.

 

Flexity2 Fleetwood

Flexity2 Fleetwood
We are pleased to announce a brand new one-off DVD…. Flexity2 Fleetwood - a cab ride from Starr Gate to Fleetwood!

It was back in 2006 when this journey was last filmed, from the top deck of 706 'Princess Alice' along the old tramway. Nine years later and following many requests this is the updated version, along the new tramway with footage from the cab of a Flexity2 tram in normal passenger service.

Filmed with the full permission and the full assistance from Blackpool Transport the journey was filmed on board 003 on a gorgeous sunny afternoon in June. The entire is journey is shown - uncut - from the loop at Starr Gate to the terminus platform at Fleetwood Ferry. ...more details

Soller Railway

Soller Railway
Opened in 1912 with steam traction and electrified in 1929, the Palma - Soller railway is a curious 3ft gauge survivor of a bygone age. Built primarily to carry goods with limited passenger accommodation, by the late-1950s, the development of Mallorca as a major tourist destination and the emergence of the package holiday, saw happy holidaymakers take the place of goods and 103 years later, the entire 17-mile railway survives. Today, operating 11 months of the year, the railway is booming, with full-to-capacity service trains, specials and extra trains for coach parties, it's a phenomenal success story and one million passengers are carried each year.

All four original four motor coaches built in 1929 are still in service. These powerful 'locomotives' operate alongside 19 coaches, some dating to 1912, and on a typical day, three trains of six coaches are in service. ...more details

Croydon Tramlink

Croydon Tramlink
Fifteen years have passed since trams returned to London in the shape of the Croydon Tramlink and like many other modern UK systems, it has been a great success, with a credible 32.3 million passengers carried in 2014/2015.

The system today operates four primary routes. From Wimbledon in the south, trams serve a town centre loop around Croydon and then split towards Beckenham Junction with a short branch to Elmers End, and a major route through to New Addington.

This programme features a driver's eye view around the system, filmed from the cab of tram 2543. Starting with a look around the main depot at Therapia Lane, we board our tram and set off on a journey over the entire system. ...more details



Docklands Light Railway Part 2 - Order Now

Docklands Light Railway: Riding High in London - Part 2

Docklands Light Railway: Riding High in London - Part 2

Opened in 1987 the DLR has become one of the most successful and well-used modern light rail systems in the world, carrying a staggering 101 million passengers in 2013/2014!

Extended on numerous occasions, today the railway serves five principal terminals over 23 route miles and operates 149 trains, built between 1991 and 2010.

Filmed with the full permission and assistance of DLR, this programme looks at the line from Bank to Lewisham - one of the busiest routes on the system - with a train every five minutes off-peak. As well as footage from various stations, there is a full length 'cab ride'.

There are also 'cab rides' from Stratford to Canary Wharf and Tower Gateway to Canning Town plus an extended feature on Canary Wharf, one of the main stations on the system. ...more details



 

Flexity 2 Model - Now in Stock!

Flexity Model

LAST FEW SELLING FAST!

The Blackpool Tram Shop at North Pier has commissioned Halling of Austria to produce 100 models of the Flexity2 tram.

This well known and long established manufacturer of model trams has produced numerous European designs, breaking into the UK market with a Manchester M5000 model and Blackpool’s very own Flexity2.

The first batch of Flexity models have now completely sold out and have been unavailable for some time.

The model itself comprises:
• Five-section Flexity tram, ready to run
• Finished in the purple, white and black livery (No adverts) 
• Motorised • Working pantograph 
• Scale: 1:87/Gauge: HO 
• Numbered: 006 
• Boxed 
• Destination screen: Fleetwood Ferry 
• Limited edition of 100 models

The number 006 has not been used before and was chosen to represent what was the very first public journey to Fleetwood Ferry, back on 4th April 2012.

The model will run on normal OO gauge Hornby, Peco and Bachmann track and works with a conventional 12v DC controller. ...more details




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