Kent At War

Kent during World War 2

In the summer of 1940, the white cliffs of Dover lay within sight of Hitler's army.
Kent was now at the vanguard of British defences.
For the next five years, the country would be shelled by long range guns and bombed both day and night.
More than 20,000 civillian's were killed and injured but the people of Kent remained defiant.
From the Battle of Britain to the terror of the V weapons this is the story of England's front line county

Kent Double Pack DVDs

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Kent At War DVD

Kent Past DVD


Kent Past

Kent in the 1920's
In the 1920's Kent was a very different place, steam trains brought holiday makers to Margate and in the countryside, Cockneys picked hops on the farm.
By the early 1960's mechanised farming had emptied the land and foreigh travel was becoming more popular.

Liverpool Lime Street To Blackpool North: A Drivers Eye View

All aboard as we take a train ride on a class 156 2 car unit belonging to Northern Rail from Liverpool Lime Street To Blackpool North  as seen from the drivers cab view

We depart Liverpool Lime Street and call at Huyton, St Helens Central, Wigan North Western, Euxton & Balshaw Lane, Leyland, Preston Kirkham & Wesham before arriving at Blackpool North .

Running Time: 85 minutes

London Euston To Liverpool Lime Street: A Drivers Eye View

London Euston To Liverpool Lime Street

2 Disc Edition

All aboard as we take a trip on a British Rail class 86 locomotive as seen from the drivers eye filmed in 1985

Disc One

We depart London Euston calling at Watford Junction, Milton Keynes Central, passing through Rugby, Nuneaton before arriving at Tamworth.

Disc Two

Depart Tamworth passing through Lichfield, Stafford, Crewe stopping at Runcorn before arriving at Liverpool Lime Street

Memories Of The Hayling Island Branch

The Hayling Island Branch was one of the Southern Railways most famous due to the use of the LB&SCR Terriers as its motive power right through to its closure of the line in 1963.

The branch provided a life line to its residents and to the holidays makers that visited during the Summer months and is fondly remembered by all who were fortunate enough to travel on the line/

Portsmouth Harbour To London Waterloo: A Drivers Eye View

Portsmouth Harbour To London Waterloo

All aboard as we take a train ride on a class 444 Desiro set belonging to South West Trains as seen from the drivers eye.

We travel from Portsmouth Harbour to London Waterloo, calling at

Portsmouth & Southsea, Fratton, Havant, Petersfield, Haslemere, Guildford, Woking arriving at London Waterloo

Portsmouth To Southampton: A Drivers Eye View

Portsmouth to Southampton as seen from the drivers cab

Filmed from the cab of a class 450 Desiro set belonging to South West trains, departing Portsmouth stopping at Fratton, Hilsea, Cosham, Portchester, Fareham, Swanwick, Burlesdon, Hamble, Netley, Sholing, Woolston, Bitterne, St Denys before arriving at Southampton

Approx running time 47 mins 32 sec

The Felixstowe Branch Line: In Days Gone By

Felixstowe Railway Line In Years Gone By

The story of the Ipswich To Felixstowe Branch Line with archive photos and archive films.

We start our journey at Westerfield then we visit Derby Road, Orwell (now closed), Trimley, Felixstowe Beach (now closed), Felixstowe Pier (now closed) Felixstowe Goods Shed (now demolished) and Felixstowe Town.

This is a must for any railway enthusiast.

Running Time 46 minutes.


The Isle Of Wight: A Drivers Eye View

The Isle Of Wight seen from the Drivers Eye View



The Island Line is unique, being served by former London Underground trains dating back to 1938, we join a 2 car train at Shanklin, the southern most terminus to enjoy a drivers eye view of the line to Ryde Pier, passing the down line at Sandown, we make our way through Brading onto the double line section controlled by the only operational signal box remaining, Ryde St John, continuing the tunnel beneath the esplanade we emerge at the station of the same name, continuing all the way out to sea over Ryde Pier into the one remaining platform at the end of the line.

Also on the disc -

Isle Of Wight Steam Railway: A Drivers Eye View
Ryde St John Depot
Ryde St John Signal Box
island Steam Show
IOWSR Future Loco Needs