Steam Train Audio Gallery
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Blackmoor Vale - 2 minute recording of 21C123 at Horsted House Farm.
- Camelot - 1 minute 5 sec recording of No.73082 at Leamland Bridge, accelerating away from Horsted Keynes.
- Whistle - 9 second recording of 35027 Port Line entering the tunnel at West Hoathly, recorded from the first coach.
- Port Line - 13 second recording on board Bulleid Pacific 35027 on the Bluebell Railway at Easter 1992.
- S15 No.847 - 16 second recording on board the Maunsell 4-6-0 on the Bluebell Railway at August Bank Holiday Sunday in 1995.
Michael Taylor's audio files were transferred from 8mm video tape on a Camcorder, and then edited as .wav files.
Ian Bowskill produces CDs of high quality .wav audio files, with a share of the profits going to the maintenance of Bulleid Battle of Britain pacific 34081 "92 Squadron". Further details can be found via their web site: www.92squadron.co.uk. The titles are :
Cheques/postal orders payable to 'Ian Bowskill' please and orders to:
- Single albums £8.50 ind p&p
- Sounds of the Bluebell
- Steam Renaissance Vol.1 : The Southern
- Steam Renaissance Vol.2 : Sounds of the Southern
- Rother Valley Steam : Sounds of the KESR
- Heartbeat Express : Sounds of the NYMR
- Main Line Standards
- Twilight of Industrial Steam : NCB in the 70's and 80's
- Flying High : 34081 on tour
- Double albums £12.50 inc p&p
- Chasing the Dragon Vol.1 - Chinese Steam in the 21st Century
- Chasing the Dragon Vol.2 - More Chinese Steam in the 21st Century
- South African Steam Safari
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