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All Change at Evercreech Junction

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Winner of the Royal
Television Society Regional Programme of the Year Award 1987
In the days before motorway madness, there used to be a saner, altogether more pleasant way to travel - by steam train.
The Somerset and Dorset
Railway linked Bournemouth with Bath and the north of England. Despite its nickname 'Slow and Dirty', the S and D was a much-loved holiday route to the seaside. Now it's all gone, buried under bypasses and housing estates. But it's not forgotten; 20 years after it closed, rail enthusiast Mike Arlett brought together driver
Donald Beale and his fireman
Peter Smith , to relive their own golden age of steam. Narrator Gwyn Richards Producer ANDREW JOHNSTON BBC Bristol (R)

Contributors

Unknown: Mike Arlett
Unknown: Donald Beale
Unknown: Peter Smith
Narrator: Gwyn Richards
Producer: Andrew Johnston

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All Change at Evercreech Junction

BBC One London, 11 February 1988 23.35






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