|The Richard Willis Collection - East Coast Thoroughbreds
This programme is the third of five volumes of superb archive film from the Richard Willis collection. It covers the changing railway scene in the 1960s along the East Coast Main Line while steam haulage was taking a final bow.
- Kings Cross
- Abbott's Ripton
- Leeds Central
- York shed (which was later to become the National Railway Museum)
- Various other trackside locations.
Each programme in this series was originally made on 16mm film. Relevant sound effects have been added throughout.
Duration: 55 minutes
Filmed in: Colour