CH.5 – The Worlds Most Scenic Railway Journeys Series 2 Sri Lanka (2020)

CH.5 – The Worlds Most Scenic Railway Journeys Series 2: Sri Lanka (2020)
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Category: Documetary


Bill Nighy narrates a train journey across Sri Lanka along one of the world’s best-preserved Victorian railways. [Read more…]

CH.5 – The Worlds Most Scenic Railway Journeys Series 2 Compilation (2020)

CH.5 – The Worlds Most Scenic Railway Journeys Series 2: Compilation (2020)
English | Size: 1.58 GB
Category: Tutorial


Trips on five of the world’s most luxurious train rides, with window seats for the most beautiful scenery on the planet. [Read more…]

BBC – Railway Nation A Journey in Verse (2016)

BBC – Railway Nation: A Journey in Verse (2016)
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Category: Tutorial


In 1936, poet WH Auden and composer Benjamin Britten made a classic documentary about a train travelling across Britain – Night Mail. [Read more…]

Great British Railway Journeys – Series 1

Great British Railway Journeys – Series 1
English | Size: 4.66 GB
Category: Docu : Vehicles/Transport

Michael begins his journey on the world’s first passenger railway line, learns to speak Scouse in Liverpool, finds out about the first railway fatality and explores the origins of the Eccles cake.
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Great British Railway Journeys – Cromer to Cambridge (1st January 2018)

Great British Railway Journeys s09e01 – Cromer to Cambridge (1st January 2018)
English | Size: 232.39 MB
Category: Docu : Vehicles/Transport

Cromer to Cambridge.
Michael Portillo fast tracks to the early 20th century to embark on a new series of railway journeys through Edwardian Britain. His "new" guide book, published over a hundred years ago, unlocks Britain’s railways at their zenith, when some 20,000 miles of track reached into every corner of the country. His first journey follows in the footsteps of the new monarch for the new century, King Edward VII, from the grand estates of Norfolk to a bivouac on Brownsea Island. Michael takes a pot shot at the sport of kings at a country estate, where the king dallied with his mistress. He learns the ropes aboard an Edwardian wherry on the Norfolk Broads and joins variety performers to tap dance on Cromer Pier. In Cambridge, he investigates the student days of the young Prince of Wales and the novelist EM Forster. [Read more…]