Fred Dibnah's Railway Collection

Series 1
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Series 1, Episode 15 - Great Central Railway

3.0 5 x
Fred visits the Great Central Railway, the only remaining main line railway in the country which still has steam locomotives, where he takes a footplate ride.
30:00

Series 1, Episode 14 - Severn Valley Railway

3.0 7 x
Fred Dibnah drives his own engine to Bridgnorth, Shropshire, to see an engine repair shed and purpose-built boiler shop.
30:00

Series 1, Episode 14 - Severn Valley Railway

4.0 13 x
Fred Dibnah drives his own engine to Bridgnorth, Shropshire, to see an engine repair shed and purpose-built boiler shop.
30:00

Series 1, Episode 13 - Midland Railway

4.0 4 x
Fred Dibnah visits the Midland Railway Centre in Derbyshire, is given a tour of the sheds and gets to have a go on the hydraulic riveter.
30:00

Series 1, Episode 13 - Midland Railway

4.0 6 x
Fred Dibnah visits the Midland Railway Centre in Derbyshire, is given a tour of the sheds and gets to have a go on the hydraulic riveter.
30:00

Series 1, Episode 12 - Railway Yards and Workshops

4.0 1 x
Fred Dibnah explains what happens in railway works, visiting Bo'ness and Kinneil, Scotland, and the Boston Lodge in Ffestiniog, Wales.
30:00

Series 1, Episode 11 - Bluebell Railway

3.0 11 x
Fred Dibnah visits the Bluebell Railway in East Sussex. His first footplate ride of the day is on Fenchurch, where he is pleasantly surprised to meet a fire lady.
30:00

Series 1, Episode 12 - Railway Yards and Workshops

4.0 3 x
Fred Dibnah explains what happens in railway works, visiting Bo'ness and Kinneil, Scotland, and the Boston Lodge in Ffestiniog, Wales.
30:00

Series 1, Episode 11 - Bluebell Railway

3.0 2 x
Fred Dibnah visits the Bluebell Railway in East Sussex. His first footplate ride of the day is on Fenchurch, where he is pleasantly surprised to meet a fire lady.
30:00

Series 1, Episode 10 - The Main Line Experience

4.0 9 x
Fred Dibnah visits Llangollen Railway, where he reminisces about the past, and is given a chance to fulfil a childhood dream with driver Robert Haslam.
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