This film shows 'The Flying Scotsman' passing through York, and also the 'Green Arrow' and other steam locomotives on the Keighley and Worth Valley Light Railway.
This is a film of the Green family on holiday in Saltburn, staying at the Christian Endeavour holiday accommodation.
This is a film by an amateur filmmaker from Selby featuring his family, and especially his son Graham. The family visit an agricultural show, on 10 May, 1973, and the steam railway at Grossmont.
This is a film by an amateur filmmaker from Selby of a carnival and his family, especially his son Graham, on days out.
This is a film of aspects of the workings of British Railways in the Harrogate District. It includes film of steam engines and the new Deltic diesel electric locomotives introduced 1961/2. It also includes handling parcels, a goods yard, signalling and the Ripon line which closed in 1968.
This is a film of a family on a trip to Pickering and the North York Moors Railway, and also a parade of marionettes in Selby.
This is a film of the Cass Family, in Selby, including the family at home and on holiday in Scarborough, various motoring events, and the launching of ships from Cochrane & Sons Shipbuilders.
This is a film made by supporters of the North York Moors Railway showing volunteers working on the track and many locomotives working on the line. The film highlights, over a number of years, some of the famoulsy restored engines which travelled the lines between 1972 and 1986.
This is a film made by Ken Clough as a member of the York section of the supporters of the North York Moors Railway. It is one of many annual summaries featuring events relating to the NYMR, showing restoration work and fund raising.
This is a film made by Ken Clough as a member of the York section of the supporters of the North York Moors Railway. The film is one of many annual summaries featuring events relating to the NYMR. It includes the special train to commemorate the first horse drawn train on the line, the cavalcade to celebrate the 150th anniversary of the Stockton and Darlington line, and the opening of the National Railway Museum.
This is a film made by Ken Clough as a member of the York section of the supporters of the North York Moors Railway. It is one of many annual summaries featuring events relating to the NYMR. It shows various trains on the line, and also on the now defunct line to Dunnington, past Rowntrees Halt, and lastly a LNER steam enthusiast’s day on the last Sunday in October.
This is a film made by supporters of the North York Moors Railway as an annual summary of events relating to the NYMR. It includes the ceremony for a new clock for Pickering Station, attended by Leon Brittan MP and Lady Normanby.
This is a film of a railway workshop of the London and North Eastern Railway where a rail crossover is being constructed, possibly made just prior to railway nationalisation in 1948.
This film is a travelogue which highlights various sites around Yorkshire, including Scarborough, York, Thornton-le-dale, and Whitby.
Part of the Fastline Collection this film shows railway sleepers being unloaded at Hartlepool docks and taken to West Hartlepool Creosote Depot where they pass through a creosote machine.
Part of the Fastline Collection, this film shows girders being unloaded at Skelton Bridge which sits on the line between York and Northallerton. Information that came with the film states that it concerns a third track being laid across the River Ouse in the 1930s. The girders arriving may have been used to as replacements.
Part of the Fastline Collection, this film shows the lines at Church Fenton North Junction going into the sidings being removed and remodelled over several successive Sundays in September, October, and November 1948.
This film, part of the Fastline Collection, shows the laying of a large complex set of diamond crossings to the east of Newcastle Station in October 1948.
This is one of a large collection of British Rail, and some pre- British Rail, films inherited by the track renewals company Fastline. This film shows the huge blizzards on the South Durham & Lancashire Union Railway running through Stainmore in the winter of 1947. The closed line is being cleared by gangs of men with shovels, snow ploughs and rail-mounted Rolls Royce Derwent jet engines blasting the snow. It also shows severe flooding on the railway at Barlby near Selby.
This is one of a large collection of British Rail, and some pre- British Rail, films inherited by the track renewals company Fastline in 1996, and passed on to Fastline Photography when they folded in 2010. This film shows extensive demonstrations to a party of schoolchildren of very many kinds of modern track equipment, including a Morris Tracklayer and a Plassermatic Tamper, at Ponteland Goods depot, Northumberland.
This is an award winning film made by members of Halifax Cine Club around the time of the impending Beeching Report of 1963, which the filmmakers clearly had in mind. It shows members of the club traversing the whole 72 miles of the line by train and by foot, stopping off to highlight many of the viaducts, tunnels and features on the line, including the temporary shanty town for those who built it. The commentary not only provides a history of, and architectural guide to, the places along the line they visit, but also notes the importance of the line for those places it serves.
This film by filmmaker and railway enthusiast Chris Lawson shows more of mid Sixties surviving steam engines at enthusiasts gatherings and in working situations, some based in the North East and some further afield.
Film maker and railway enthusiast Chris Lawson explores steam railway traffic North of the Border and also in familiar Tyneside locations.
An amateur film by railway enthusiast Chris Lawson concentrates steam rail operations up and down the country as well as the North East. The film includes a special excursion by the Flying Scotsman and views of shunting engines believed to be at Southampton Docks.