The 100 Years Series - The technology which has allowed the moving image to be captured is now more than 100 years old. To mark this centenary, Demand DVD in association with Ian Allan Publishing brings a series of programmes which explore the evolution of different aspects of public transport in Britain over the last 100 years. The four programmes, compiled mainly from archive material, some of which dates back to the early 1900’s, are now being made available on DVD for the first time.
100 Years of British Ships - With its earliest footage dating back to 1901, this programme features a range of craft from warships to fishing boats, pleasure steamers and tugs. Port and resorts all around the coast are featured from Mallaig to Weymouth and from Holyhead to Dover. Among famous vessels included are HMS Ark Royal, the Mauretania and many others.
100 Years of British Buses - Buses, Coaches & Trolleybuses are recorded over many decades at work in urban and rural settings throughout Britain. Operators range from small private coach companies to the great provincial and municipal concerns.
100 Years of British Trains - This programme features great names and great trains such as the Golden Arrow and the Brighton Belle and covers a period from the heyday of steam to lines chopped by Dr Breeching’s axe. Industrial railway working practices and visits to the great cathedrals of the steam age, the loco sheds, are all covered in a comprehensive look at 100 Tears of Trains on Britain.
100 Years of British Trams - This programme recaptures the era when the tram dominated the city street. Starting with horse trams and the smoke and grim of steam trams. Through to the rise and decline of the electric tramcar. The programme features dozens of systems the length and breadth of the country from Aberdeen to Bournemouth.
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