No Artist ‎– Main-Line Steam Specials

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Sound Stories (2) ‎– SSLP 804
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Vinyl, LP
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A1 13th June 1976
A2 19th June 1976
A3 24th September 1977
A4 8th October 1977
A5 15th October 1977
A6 17th September 1977
A7 27th March 1978
A8 8th April 1978
A9 16th April 1979
A10 The Above Train At Speed Near Aynho
A11 Clun Castle Brings The Train Powerfully Up The 1 In !0 Gradient Of Hatton Bank Near Warwick
A12 29th April 1978
A13 13th May 1978
A14 20th May 1978
A15 Having Watered At Shewsbury 6201 Brings The Train Briskly Along The Straight Line Near Whittington
A16 The Return 'Southern Enterprise' Was Hauled By King George V, Here Coming Up The 1 In 82 Gresford Bank Just South Of Chester
A17 Forty Minutes Later 'Princess Elizabeth' Now Hauling The Return Main-Line Steam Trust Special From Leicester, Follows The 'King' Up The Bank, Whistling Mysteriously With A Borrowed Chime Whistle
B1 28th August 1978
B2 23rd September 1978
B3 7th October 1978
B4 7th October 1978
B5 14th October 1978
B6 Having Made A Photo-Stop At Chinley Station, 'Scots Guardsman', Now More Sure-Footed, Brings The Train Steadily Up To Chinley North Junction
B7 On The Return Journey, In Inky Blackness Near The Mouth Of Cowburn Tunnel, The Steady Beat Of The Locomotive Is Heard Some Miles Away Carried On The Still Air
B8 15th October 1978
B9 Having Been Serviced At Stratford-on-Avon, The Train Proceeded To Tyseley Depot Via The North Warwickshire Line
B10 21st October 1978
B11 Ex-LMS Jubilee Class 4-6-0 No. 5690 'Leander' Heads A Manchester To York Special Along The Former Great Northern Main-Line Between Church Fenton And York
B12 On The Return Run No. 5690 Was Piloted By No. 1000 'The Midland Compound', From York Museum, Double-Heading The Train Back To Manchester
B13 The Train, Still Climbing, Comes Up The 1 In 100 Gradient From Sheffield, Near Totley
B14 The Final Track Was Recorded On Board The Second Coach Of The 'Lord Bishop' Memorial Train Run To Honour The Memory Of The Late Bishop Eric Treacy, The Well-Known Railway Photographer

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