The Summer of '67 - Last Days of Steam on the Southern
Railways • 1h 9m
A remarkable programme showing the end of steam on the Southern Region in 1967, full of archive film from in and around Southampton, Bournemouth and London. A review of the end of steam on the main line from London Waterloo to Bournemouth and Weymouth.
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