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Narrated Audio Railway / Steam CD: SMOKE OVER KENDAL

SMOKE OVER KENDAL
only £ 10
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Steam passenger and freight workings on the Windermere branch and at Oxenholme.

Year recorded: 1967
Length: 67 minutes

QUANTITY:

Tracks
1
An introduction to the Kendal and Windermere railway.
2
The stentorian voice of the porter on the platform at Oxenholme announces our journey along the branch to Kendal, Burneside, Staveley and Windermere behind Black Five 45331 on August 30th, 1967.
3
Express passenger: Britannia 70045, Lord Rowallan, rushes north through Oxenholme with the last steam passenger train from Liverpool to Glasgow on September 1st, 1967.
4
Black Five 45193 makes up a train in Kendal freightyard on March 30th, 1967.
5
We ride the footplate of 45193 from Kendal up the 1-in-80 gradient to Oxenholme with the afternoon freight to Carnforth on March 30th, 1967. Our driver, Watson Sowerby of Carnforth, explains the A.W.S.
6
Banking engine, Fairburn tank 42210, runs light down the fells and clanks through Oxenholme station on April 18th, 1967.
7
9F 92118 barks and echoes slowly through the station with a northbound freight on April 19th, 1967.
8
Banking engine, Fairburn tank 42251, joins on behind and pushes the freight up the fells on April 27th, 1967.
9
Twitching sounds on the long welded rails as a banked freight toils past Castle Green with Black Five 45256 at the head and Fairburn tank 42210 at the tail on April 27th, 1967.
10
Britannias on fast freight at Oxenholme on May 6th, 1967: 70021, Morning Star, southbound, whistles down the fell and hurtles through the station, then 70051, Firth of Forth, northbound, storms the gradient without banking assistance.
11
9F 92128 pulls a freight out of Kendal yard and runs round the train on September 8th,1967.
 
 


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