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Great western in Gloucestershire

Author: Naxos Digital Services.; Saydisc Records.
Publisher: Hong Kong : Naxos Digital Services/Saydisc, [2009]
Series: Gloucestershire country life series.
Edition/Format:   eAudiobook : English
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Genre/Form: Downloadable audio file
Material Type: Audio book, etc., Sound recording, Internet resource
Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File, Sound Recording
All Authors / Contributors: Naxos Digital Services.; Saydisc Records.
OCLC Number: 704932203
Notes: Streaming audio.
Performer(s): Unnamed performers.
Description: 1 online resource.
Contents: Ex G.W.R. 0-6-0 PT. No. 3775 hauls its train of empty hopper wagons along the old S and W main line into Coleford Junction prior to running round for its trip up the Coleford branch --
Now in the cab, No. 3775 shunts in preparation for the branch trip --
On 12/10/65, 0-6-0 PT. No. 4689 is heard tackling the steep section of winding track near Dark Hill on its way to the quarry --
At the same point and date a heavy train of empty hoppers is double headed by No. 3775 and No. 4689, the sounds of the exhaust echoing from the surrounding hills --
At the Gloucester Central the station announcer heralds the arrival of the morning Paddington to Cheltenham express on 6/11/63 --
At Cheltenham Malvern Road, No. 4564 is heard starting its ten coach train for the final short hop to the terminus at Cheltenham St. James --
Double chimnied Castle N. 7014, Caerhays castle, departs from Malvern Road on a West of England to Wolverhampton express on 29/8/63 --
Single chimnied Castle No. 5089, Westminster Abbey, wheezes somewhat as it takes out a long express from the North to West of England from Malvern Road --
Grange class mixed traffic 4-6-0s were often used on Saturday summer holiday expresses --
Hall Class No. 6999, Capel Dewi Hall, heads a Newquay to Wolverhampton express out of Malvern Road --
An up freight approaches Malvern Road from the west at speed, hauled by another Hall No. 7925, Westol Hall --
Manor Class No. 7816, Frilsham Manor, arrives at Malvern Road on the 5.00 p.m. Gloucester to Cheltenham commuter express of five coaches --
On the same train, large 2-6-2T No. 6160 departs from Malvern Road --
The variety of locos used on the 5.00 p.m. Gloucester was very varied --
Another freight is heard as 2-8-0 No.3832 tackles the High Street bank with a heavy load --
The Chalford auto or railcar was a local service between Chalford, Stroud and Gloucester --
The last two sections are of special interest as they concern two locomotives not usually associated with Gloucestershire/The Kings and the 47XX heavy 2-8-Os.
Series Title: Gloucestershire country life series.

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