Terminus Made by major Hollywood director John Schlesinger for British Transport in 1961, Terminus is widely regarded as one of the very best railway films of all time. A celebration of London's Waterloo station in all its glory on a busy day, the film boasts a truly exceptional jazz soundtrack from Ron Grainer music, and songs from Julian Cooper. It uniquely captures the essence of a British station at the beginning of the 1960s, with the camera taking you behind the scenes as well as on the platforms and concourse.
London-Brighton In Four Minutes Produced by the BBC in 1966, this is undoubtedly one of the most famous and best-loved films ever made on Britain's railways! Step aboard the 'Brighton Belle' at Victoria Station and be propelled along the line at the speed of sound, arriving in Brighton in just four minutes, thanks to the magic of trick speed camerawork!
British Locomotives Produced in 1959 for the Locomotive and Allied Manufacturers' Association, this rare colour film celebrates the very best British locomotive and rolling-stock, specially designed and manufactured for overseas markets, in operation in different parts of the world (including the Union of South Africa and East Africa, India, Australia and Latin America).
First Of The Thirteen A fascinating colour record of the modernisation of the British rail signal network at the beginning of the 1970s, covering the transition of semaphore to colour light signalling, the consolidation of signal boxes and the upgrading of points.