Welcome to the Digital Download store for Transport Video Publishing. Here you will be able to buy digital downloads of a few of our Railway Films.
For a full selection of our films, available on DVD or High Definition Blu-ray disks, please go to our other website at www.transportvideo.com.
IMPORTANT NOTICE: The digital downloads are very large files (some are larger than 2Gb) and may take a long time to download over the internet. If you do not have a fast internet connection it is recommended that you buy the DVD or Blu-ray version of the film.
A spectacular view of Britain’s Railways from the air. A unique perspective of Britain’s Railways.
Duration: 59 minutes.
Loco Haulage 2015
A look at locomotive hauled passenger workings around the country during 2015 including Class 37s on the Cumbrian and Wherry lines, Chiltern loco haulage and Deltic Power.
Duration: 67 minutes.
Video Track Annual 2015
The latest in our yearly series looking back at the motive power scene on the National Network. Includes all the happenings from January 2014 to December 2014.
Duration: almost 2 hours.
Steam on the Grade
Archive film of steam at work in the 1960s on a
number of famous grades including the Cromford and
High Peak , the Lickey Incline, the climb to Shap
and Ais Gill.
Includes bankers, passenger and freight traffic with a wide variety of motive power
Aspects of German Steam
Steam in West and East Germany during the period 1966 to 1996 covering both
the standard and narrow gauge.
Includes the last main line steam in West Germany, Pacifics on passenger workings in East Germany, the narrow gauge network in the 60s and 70s, plus a wide variety of main line classes in the 70s, plus main line steam in the 90s
Motive power from the 1960s still at work on the National Network. A look back at the traction scene of 1992 including Class 47s, Class 33s, Class 37s, Class 31s and Class 50s on a variety of passenger and freight workings.
Power of the LMS
Steam power from the days of the LMS hard at work on British Railways in the 1960’s. Presented from Barrow Hill Roundhouse by Graeme Aldous.
Video Track Annual 2013
The programme provides a review of the main line traction scene - Trial loco hauled service Carlisle to Sellafield with DRS 37 & 47 traction - Boston Steel with 47 739 and 56 094 at various locations
Video Track Annual 2014
A review of the traction scene of 2014. Winter snowfall scenes from the coldest spring for 50 years; COSAL Class of 56s; DCR Class 56s; Norfolk Loco Haulage; Class 33s, and much much more...
Power of the A4s
For Many the LNER A4s have captured the imagination more than any other class. Their striking, streamlined design set them apart from the other express locomotives of the period. In this programme we document the A4s at work on a variety of duties, from their introduction in the 1930s, through the 1960s and their final days in Scotland.
Steam on Tour
During the 1960’s the railtour was an integral part of steam operations. In this programme we look at steam railtours along with working steam at a number of locations.
Comprises a visit to various popular locations in recent months plus a look back to the 1990s when First Generation Traction dominated. Locations include: Toton, Milford Junction, Stafford, Peak Forest, Westbury, Severn Tunnel Junction and Barnetby.
Sixties Steam Revisited
A Tour of British Railways during the days of Working Steam in 1966. 45 Minutes.
* Main line steam on the W. Coast Main Line
* A wide variety of operation in the NW
* Main Line and Industrial steam to the Collieries in the North East
* Industrial steam at Seaham Harbour
* The Swanage Branch; Brockenhurst with main line and branch workings.
* Steam workings to Blackpool with BR Standards Britannias, Standard 5s, 9fs and Standard 4s
Special Price £1.95
Exploring a range of passenger and freight through someof the networks most popular and busiest railway locations. Comprises Carlisle, Didcot, Clapham Junction and York. Includes archive film from the 1980s and 1990s showing first generation traction hard at work. Duration: 1 hour 16 minutes.
Special Price £3.95