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56 Fade-Away is the story of Class 56 in the 21st Century and looks at how the fleet and its fortunes have declined since the arrival of the new millenium. 71 minutes of fantastic action coupled with an informative script and on-screen graphics bring you the whole story. Highlights include: Freight: 56006 on the Alcans; MGRs including 56074 at Tyne Yard, along the ECML including 56027, 56067 & 56098; 56032, 56088 & 56103 plus others at Barnetby, 56112 at Water Orton; Grids on MGRs at Newport; 56065 on coal at Leamington, 56038 at Church Fenton on coal; 56117 on coal at Middlesborough; 56031 on steel at Thirsk; 56095 on steel at Stocksfield; 56033 on steel on the East Coast; 56060 and 56107 on steel workings in the West Midlands; A variety of Enterprise workings including 56063 at Carlisle, 56133 at Doncaster, 56072 at Newport, 56118 at Melton Ross, plus many more; 56094 on oil tankers; 56006 & 56067 on Ketton Cement; 56007 on Plasmoor service; 56060 on Potash at Tees Dock; 56095 and 56100 on scrap trains; 56103 on Scottish Pipes; A whole host of engineering trains from around the country including 56041 atLancaster, 56096 at Warwick, 56033 at Whitchester, 56025 at Leamington, 56060 at Tame Bridge. Railtours: A superb collection of Grid hauled railtours including 56056 at Heighington, 56100 at Lea Marston, 56072 & 51 at Coleshill, 56018 & 32 on the Great Eastern, 56118 & 107 at Dawlish, 56049 & 133 at Steeton, 56106 at Tutbury and of courseplenty of action from the Farewell. Diesel Galas: Visiting locos include - 56054 at K&WVR, 56104 at Mid-Hants, 56067 & 78 at Severn Valley and 56114 at the NYMR. France: The programme concludes with a look at the Grids at work for Fertis in France with 56018, 56051, 56056, 56078, 56081 & 56118 on the steep grades of the new LGV route. All this plus plenty more! A detailed narration by David Maxey, gives you a complete insight into the last years of the 56s.
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