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DVD: NARROW GAUGE AT WORK Number 16
ENGLISH INDUSTRIAL ARCHIVE
DVD Running Time: 71 minutes
SUMMARY:  

By popular request, a video looking at the typical English narrow gauge systems of a few years ago. The first half of the video consists of previously unseen footage of Far Ings Tileries, Syslvasprings Watercress, Soda Crystal Works at Brunner Mond, and Cherry Orchard Lane at Butterley Building Materials.

The second half of the video incoprporates footage that had been featured on videos now not available such as the water works at Stoke Bardolf, Dukinfield, and North Bierley, and other industries such as Biwater Pipes and UES Ltd.

In August 2005 this title was re-released as a DVD, and now includes additional footage from surface systems at Bentley and Gascoine Wood collieries, and further footage on peat railways.

Please see below for stills from the production


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Emptying skips at Brunnerr Mond in July 1999, just 2 weeks before closure.

One of the battery locos at Brunner Mond.

 

The small Lister loco at Biwater Pipes

An Alan Keef loco coming into Cherry Orchard Lane Brickworks with a full train in Aug 1994.

 

The Motor Rail at the claypits of Far Ings Tileries in Feb 1997.

The single skip winched up the incline at Far Ings.

 

Starting up the small Hudson loco 'Chaumont' at Dunkinfield in June 1992.

The Hunslet loco of North Bierley Sewage Works in May 1992.

 

The Simplex loco of Stoke Bardolf Sewage Works at the tipping point in 1994.

Both the Wingrove and Rogers battery locos in use at UES Ltd in Wolverhampton in Nov 1993.

 

Steve Thomason 2013

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