For those of you that need an introduction, the theme of the programme is quite simple - main line diesel locos being pushed to the limit - and beyond - to deliver maximum thrash. And it's not short on clag either.
Power Hour 4 features a spectacular collection of scenes from around Britain's national rail network, filmed over a 15 year period from 1993 and 2008.
Featured on this DVD will be scenes such as:
47330 climbing through Micheldever with a 1,000 tonne Freightliner
56090 pounding up Hatton Bank with the loaded Swindon-Longbridge Rover vans
37425 blasting pigeons out of Castle Bar Park tunnel
A freezing winter afternoon scene in Kent as 33065 clags away from Tonbridge on a weekend infrastructure train
37114 slipping and sliding on the Birch Coppice branch
60033 and 56037 struggling up Sapperton bank with a 3000 tonne steel train
31552 proving that trailing load is not equal to thrash
55022 departing for Oban from Tyndrum Lower
D1015 obliterating Dolau on the Central Wales Line - followed by a repeat performance at Preston
40145 tackling the Camp Hill incline at 05.25 in the morning
37411 shattering the peaceful countryside at Little Kimble
47812 'chirping' as it climbs towards Copy Pit summit
A Vac attack at Strathcarron as 50049 sets off for Inverness
And that's just for starters - so warn your neighbours now!
As a bonus, rather than give you a mere 60 minutes for your money, we have decided to add on an extra half hour. So that's 90 minutes of full on thrash for £19.95.
Power Hour 4 features 14 different locomotive classes - 20, 31, 33, 37, 40, 47, 50, 52, 55, 56, 57, 58, 60 - and there's even a Class 66 - on a variety of passenger and freight duties, hard at work on Britain's national rail network.
We would also like to point out that none of the featured scenes are contained on any other Locomaster DVD.