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Steam Train Britain

January 2020
1:00:00

S1E3)

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At South Devon, Ray Lee is working to bring a loco back in to service. There is a visit to the SS Kingswear paddle steamer In Dartmouth, the oldest vessel of its kind.
1:00:00

S1E2)

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At the Ffestiniog and Welsh Highlands Railway, manager Stephen Greig is trying to ensure that all goes to plan ahead of the opening of the new station at Caernarfon.
1:00:00

S1E1)

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Behind the scenes of three preserved steam railway lines - the South Devon Railway heritage line, the Ffestiniog and Welsh Highlands Railway and the Great Central Railway.
1:00:00

S1E10)

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On the Welsh Highland Railway, a newly built Pullman carriage is on its way to Caenarfon Station and a Saddle Tank Loco is being completely restored on the East Lancashire Railway.
1:00:00

S1E9)

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Ffestiniog and Welsh Highland Railway are celebrating their annual Victorian Weekend, while in south Devon, silver service waiter Andy Leech runs the three-course Sunday lunch.
1:00:00

S1E8)

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At the South Devon Railway, Andy Leech and Liz Turner host afternoon tea for 44 passengers. In East Lancashire, volunteer Chandra Law takes on the new role of Stationmaster.
1:00:00

S1E7)

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Great Central Railway's Scott Manley takes a rainy busman's holiday working as a guard at Bury, while a team of volunteers in Wales try to keep the line clear of overgrown plants.
December 2019
1:00:00

S1E6)

4.0 2 x
Meeting the Welsh Highland Railway's oldest volunteer fireman, 80-year-old Cedric Lodge, who has worked on the railways for 60 years. In Devon, there is a look at the Autotrain.
1:00:00

S1E5)

4.0 5 x
At the East Lancashire Railway, the annual Race the Train event gets under way - with athletes of all abilities taking on the 11-mile course from Bury to Rawtenstall.
1:00:00

S1E4)

4.0 3 x
On the Welsh Highland Railway, trainee Claire Oates takes her driving test, while chef Alex and manager Michelle prepare a dinner for 130 people on the East Lancashire railway.
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