Steaming Through Wessex - Part 1
Railways • 1h 27m
A first volume of remarkable films shot by Douglas Seaton on his 16mm camera - all in colour from the 1940s through to the mid-1960s. These films portray a crucial period in railway history. From British Pathé TV's Railway Collection.
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