The ever-popular Class 37s continued to provide colour and variety to Britain's rail network during 2003.
Although very much in their twilight years and decimated by withdrawals, these versatile locos could still be found hard at work across the length and breadth of the country.
This Class 37 Diary series once again follows the fortunes of these locos during the year from the scrap lines at Crewe and Thornaby right through to double-headed railtours, freight, preserved lines and even the prestigious Orient Express!
The aim of this DVD was to film as many different Class 37s as possible.
Main line, preserved line, scrap line, passenger, freight...anything, just as long as there was a 37 at the front.
The search went on and on and during that long hot summer those locos were caught and filmed by the dozen.
Close-ups, big thrash, zoom shots, run pasts, night footage etc.
If you were out and about enjoying the Class 37 during the year then this is the ultimate video for you.
This programme features more than sixty different locos in a variety of liveries including:
The Class 37 loco DVD of the year!
Produced by - Train Crazy
Running time - 85 Minutes
Quality guarantee: The programme is professionally produced with a stereo soundtrack, informative commentary and digital editing. The DVD is commercially pressed with chapters and menus.