This is the original release from 2013, available exclusively from Videoscene.
Britain's Railways: The Home Front War Years 1941 to 1943 is the definitive archive led long-form documentary celebrating the railway’s vital role in the nation’s war effort. This 100% archive film programme is made from significant amounts of previously unseen film footage from the vaults of the Imperial War Museum in combination with genuine wartime newsreel footage. It evidences the great diversity of steam locomotive types brought to bear on the transportation of all kinds of wartime goods and passengers.
Britain's Railways: The Home Front War Years 1941 to 1943 is the second part of the most comprehensive trilogy ever made on Britain’s railways during the war years; it covers the events from the cessation of ‘The Blitz’ in May 1941 to the end of 1943 when the armed forces were training and beginning to stockpile equipment for a future invasion of mainland Europe.
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Produced by - Strike Force Entertainment
Running time - 142 Minutes
Region 0 - Pal
Released: 2013 & 2017