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  Railways Remembered/The End of Steam
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Title: Railways Remembered/The End of Steam
Author: No Artist
Description: 2x12" vinyl LPs in gatefold sleeve from 1975 on BBC.
NO print.
A1 Introduction

Narrator R. A. Symes-Schutzmann*


A2 Reminiscences Of Retired Driver And Porter

Voice Arthur Harris (4), Bill Sylvester


A3 Last Steam Train From Paddington
A4 Reminiscences Of Private Train Holidays

Voice The Hon. Mrs. Bernard James


A5 A Former Page Boy On The Railway
A6 The Flying Scotsman Centenary
A7 Recollections Of The Armagh Rail Disaster 1889

Voice H. G. Rea


B1 Memories Of The Cefn Railway In Wales

Voice Miss Phoebe Simons


B2 The Royal Scot Departure
B3 1951 Glencoe Blizzard

Interviewer J. Clarke (6)


B4 Steam Locomotive Designer Interview

Interviewee Sir William StanierInterviewer Rex Wailes


B5 Cross At The Crossing

Written-By Neville Cowley


C1 Naming Ceremony Of "The Evening Star"

Speech R. F. Hanks


C2 Footplate Recording On Stanier Class 5
C3 Excerpt From The Programme "Some Famous Trains"
C4 Trial Run Of The L.N.E.R. Locomotive "Silver Link"

Voice [Engine Driver] A. J. Taylor


C5 Coronation Express Approach And Pass With Whistle
C6 A World Of Trains

Narrator Rowland Emett


C7 Local Train, Engine Built 1882, Carriages Built 1904. Departure And Run
C8 A Local Train Of Thought (Poem)

Voice Actor Bruce MacKenzie (2)Written-By Siegfried Sassoon


C9 Local Train, Engine Built 1882, Carriages Built 1904. Arrival At Station
C10 Excerpt From The Programme "Some Famous Trains"
C11 British Railways, Paddington Station Departure Of Unnamed Train
C12 Western Region Trains
C13 The World Train Speed Record, From "The World Goes By"
C14 Inside Signal Box; Flying Scotsman Passes
D1 Programme On The G.W.R. Broadcast On 23 August 1935

Voice Mr. M. Froude


D2 Goods Train Climbing Cutting Passing Under Bridge
D3 Golden Arrow (S.R.) Whistle, Announcement On Train
D4 "Bradshaw" From The Programme, "Speed, Sound And Sentiment"

Read By John Gray (30)


D5 Golden Arrow (Southern Railway) Arrives At Dover
D6 The Set-Up For The Slochd Climb Recording

Voice John Gray (30)


D7 Recording From The Footplate Of Steam Locomotive

Voice John Gray (30)


D8 Reminiscences Of Recording Trains

Voice Arthur Phillips (3)


D9 Coronation Scot

Recorded By Arthur Phillips (3)


D10 Cheltenham Flyer, Running Fast Through Cutting
D11 Nationalisation Of Railways 31 December 1947

Voice [Commentator] Maxwell Taylor (2)


D12 Goods Train Working Hard With Whistle
D13 Edited Version Of BBC TV Film "Let's Imagine - A Branch Line"

Written-By, Narrator Sir John Betjeman*


D14 Irish Mail Train Passing Through Reading
Format: LP Album
Condition Item: EX
Condition Cover: EX
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