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Whispering Death - The Story of Brisbane's Lost Trolley Bus System (DVD)

Whispering Death - The Story of Brisbane's Lost Trolley Bus System (DVD)

They called them the "Whispering Death". These were the trackless trams of Brisbane.Extensive historical research, and footage filmed by the people who loved them combine to bring the fascinating story of Brisbane’s trolley buses back to life.

 





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Wait Here For Trams - Volume 2 (DVD)

Wait Here For Trams - Volume 2 (DVD)

Compiled from films made during the final decade of the tramway era, this program presents trams at work in the streets of Brisbane. In hundreds of scenes the trams are shown in the City, Valley, and out to the termini of all routes. Included are also scenes of depots, race day and other special and unusual workings, along with much of the supporting appurtenances of the system.



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Wait Here For Trams - Volume 1 (DVD)

Wait Here For Trams - Volume 1 (DVD)

Compiled from 8mm films made during the final decade of the tramway era, this program presents trams at work in the streets of Brisbane.

In hundreds of scenes the trams are shown in the City, Valley, and out to the termini of all routes. Included are also scenes of depots, race day and other special and unusual workings, along with much of the supporting appurtenances of the system.



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The Way It Was - Volume 7 (DVD)

The Way It Was - Volume 7 (DVD)

In this, the sixth installment we open our archives wide to take you back to yesteryear.
This compilation from rare archival railway film collections shows the weird and wonderful, the gone but not forgotten, and the development of railway infrastructure that remains today.



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The Way It Was - Volume 6 (DVD)

The Way It Was - Volume 6 (DVD)

In this, the sixth installment we open our archives wide to take you back to yesteryear.
This compilation from rare archival railway film collections shows the weird and wonderful, the gone but not forgotten, and the development of railway infrastructure that remains today.



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The Way It Was - Volume 5 (DVD)

The Way It Was - Volume 5 (DVD)

In this, the sixth installment we open our archives wide to take you back to yesteryear. 
AC16 223A on a tour to the original Acland terminus then BB18 and 1/4 No. 1080 shunting at Toowoomba. Ipswich roundhouse with PB15s and C17s on the turntable. Locomotives departing Acacia Ridge, destined for the Zig Zag railway. Tours with scenes at Grandchester, the Newstead branch, North Coast line, Western line, Bundamba Loop at Swanbank, and the Brisbane Valley branch, Mary Valley branch, Hendon, Gympie, and Meadvale, Beenleigh, Cleveland, Ferny Grove and Ipswich lines. A look at recent rail history with the electric tilt train in its original livery, electric locomotives hauling the Sunlander, coal and cattle trains and the diesel powered Cairns Tilt Train. Suburban diesel action on the Pinkenba branch shows various long-gone classes operating passenger and goods services. Beyer Garratt 1096 hauling timber coaches in 1968, followed by 1089 leaving Redbank Workshops for restoration and it return to service in 1995. There's scenes on the interstate line, featuring the Border Loop and 3801 hauls the Bicentennial train from Sydney, paralleling a PB15 to Roma Street.



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The Way It Was - Volume 4 (DVD)

The Way It Was - Volume 4 (DVD)

In this, the fourth installment we open our archives wide to take you back to yesteryear.
This compilation from rare archival railway film collections shows the weird and wonderful, the gone but not forgotten, and the development of railway infrastructure that remains today.



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The Way It Was - Volume 3 (DVD)

The Way It Was - Volume 3 (DVD)

In this, the third instalment we open our archives wide to take you back to yesteryear. This compilation from rare archival railway film collections shows the weird and wonderful, the gone but not forgotten, and the development of railway infrastructure that remains today.



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The Way It Was - Volume 2 (DVD)

The Way It Was - Volume 2 (DVD)

In this, the second instalment we open our archives wide to take you back to yesteryear. This compilation from rare archival railway film collections shows the weird and wonderful, the gone but not forgotten, and the development of railway infrastructure that remains today.

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Ultimate Steam (DVD)

Ultimate Steam (DVD)

Presented in widescreen, for the first time, this MUST SEE program is a spectacular compilation of scenes filmed during the final decade of steam locomotive operation on the Queensland Railways. Ten different classes of locomotive can be seen working a variety of trains on the main, suburban and branch lines of Queensland. 



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Australia’s Oldest Operating Steam Locomotive (DVD)

Australia’s Oldest Operating Steam Locomotive (DVD)

The main focus of this award winning film by Brian Witte, is Queensland’s A10 No.6; the oldest operating steam locomotive in Australia.

CONTAINS NEW BONUS PROGRAM The History of No. 6
An exclusive 25 minute program covering the history of the A10 locomotives in Queensland and the life of A10 No.6 from its first days to the present.


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The Way It Was - Volume 10 (DVD)

The Way It Was - Volume 10 (DVD)

In volume 10, we open or archives wide to take you back to yesteryear with scenes on the Cairns Range showing the daily Kuranda tourist train and the Ravenshoe railmotor. There's scenes from transport week in 1981 with PB15 732 and C17 974 at Roma Street, Gloucester Street and Bowen Hills then tours in 1982 at Buranda, and the Sandgate Centenary. In 1964, 972 hauled an ARHS QLD tour to Marburg plus the Haden Railmotor, Roma Mail and a journey along the line from Oakey to Cooyar with views from on onboard and outside the railmotor. There's scenes at Oakey, Acland, Kulpi, Peranga, Narko, the Muntapa tunnel, Nutgrove, and Cooyar. There's scenes at the Ipswich Workshops and Corinda and a 1976 tour from Toowoomba to Oakey before taking a trip to Casino with 4418 in the lead. There's views at Clapham, Moorooka, Mayne and Roma Street in 1969 followed by shunting activities the goods yard at Roma Street before a 2000 class tour on the Beaudesert line and scenes at Bingera, South Johnston Mill, Mirani and a coal train at Dingo.

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