Britain's Scenic Railways

Britain's Scenic Railways catch up

January 2022
45:54

S1 Ep4

Expired 4.0 12 x
Following the twists and turns of the River Severn, a heritage railway runs through the rolling meadows and ancient woodland of the Severn Valley between Worcester and Shropshire. Crossing the historic Victoria Bridge, the line follows 16 miles of the old Great Western Railway which was revived by a group of dedicated supp...
45:12

S1 Ep3

Expired 3.0 15 x
For over a hundred years, steam trains travelled along the River Spey carrying passengers and whisky through a region that is home to over half of Scotland's whisky distilleries. Today, steam on Speyside lives on at the Strathspey Railway which runs three services a day through the heart of the Cairngorms National Park.
45:22

S1 Ep2

Expired 4.0 18 x
Britain's railway network is the oldest in the world. And its traditions live on at heritage railways. Winding its way through the heart of West Yorkshire, a railway opened in 1867 to carry coal to a hundred working mills dotted along the Worth Valley. The 5-mile journey along the Keighley and Worth Valley Railway offers a...
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