Steam in the Highlands
Railways • 1h 31m
Steam locomotives have been at home in Scotland for over a century and a half – today they still run over the main lines blending with the mountains and lowland scenery. This programme is a an evocative look at steam in Scotland from the Strathspey Railway to the West Highlands via Edinburgh and Aberdeen (1986-1991).
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