Railway Mania Podcast Ep.25 - Capturing the Magic of Steam (with Jonathan Guilbert)

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Corbs
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Re: Railway Mania Podcast Ep.21 - Narrow Gauge, Not Narrow Minded (with Ben Powell and Rob Rossington)

Postby Corbs » Fri Jan 14, 2022 9:18 am


Ooh you lucky people! THREE episodes of the Railway Mania Podcast here for your delight and delectation.


EPISODE 21
NARROW GAUGE, NOT NARROW MINDED
WITH BEN POWELL AND ROB ROSSINGTON

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 https://youtu.be/jzPEmZ7S234

Ben Powell and Rob Rossington of The 009 Society join us for another look at narrow gauge modelling. They tell us about what the society can offer and the scope of what it covers (not limited to just 009 but 1:76 narrow gauge modelling in general). We also look at how the modelling scene is changing for narrow gauge as more and more manufacturers offer ready-to-run examples. Check out The 009 Society here: https://009society.com/ Thanks to Ben and Rob for coming on the podcast, and thank you to everyone who contributed photos and video, I really appreciate it!

 

EPISODE 22
ALL ABOARD!
WITH JULIAN HOLLAND

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Our guest for this episode is the author of numerous books on trains and railways and whose latest publication 'All Aboard!' is now on sale, it's Julian Holland! We talk about the huge variety of railway-related topics covered in the book, and Julian's own experiences of train spotting during the 1950s and 1960s. Thanks so much to Julian for coming on the podcast. 'All Aboard: Remembering Britain's Railways' is published by Times Books and available from all major booksellers.

 

EPISODE 23
CLASH OF THE TINY
WITH CHRIS EDEN-GREEN

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https://youtu.be/yR3omSTmX4Q
 
'Steam Locomotives in Profile' is back in 2021, in the form of a feature length special focusing on IMLEC, The 2021 International Model Locomotive Efficiency Competition. Model engineers from around the country came together to test the mettle of their creations in a head-to-head 3-day competition. Chris Eden-Green returns to the podcast to tell us about it.
Check out the IMLEC special here:
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=MYiVhVhV21U

 



Corbs
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Re: Railway Mania Podcast Ep.25 - Capturing the Magic of Steam (with Jonathan Guilbert)

Postby Corbs » Mon May 23, 2022 9:47 pm

RAILWAY MANIA PODCAST

EPISODE 25

CAPTURING THE MAGIC OF STEAM

with Jonathan Guilbert / Gandy Dancer Productions


https://youtu.be/ysuxBFtIILY

We are joined by none other than Jonathan Guilbert, whose YouTube channel ‘Gandy Dancer Productions’ has been an incredible source of inspiration for me and many others over the years.
Jonathan has digitised and edited his colour 8mm and 16mm films, taken during the final years of British steam railways, and used his filmmaking knowledge and experience to make interesting narratives that provide an insight into both trainspotting on BR and the inner workings of industrial steam railways.
Thanks so much to Jonathan for coming on the podcast, see his YouTube channel here:
https://www.youtube.com/c/GandyDancerProductions



EPISODE 24

FROM THE STAGE AND INTO STEAM

with the 563 Locomotive Group


https://youtu.be/kqt12JxxW9k

In Episode 24 of the Railway Mania podcast we welcome Matt, Will and Nathan from the 563 locomotive group to talk about a special loco that's spent a good deal of time treading the boards starring in 'The Railway Children' stage play and is soon to be restored to working order on the Swanage Railway.
We talk about the loco's history, how it escaped the cutter's torch, its life at the NRM and then the process of de-accessioning which means it will soon be able to turn a wheel in anger once more.

Visit the website for the 563 locomotive group here to find out more:
https://563locomotivegroup.co.uk/

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Re: Railway Mania Podcast Ep.25 - Capturing the Magic of Steam (with Jonathan Guilbert)

Postby Bigmet » Tue May 24, 2022 9:43 am

Corbs wrote:...the process of de-accessioning...

:lol: It must require a mighty amount of higher education to devise such a clumsy term, let alone a process for it.


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