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Author Topic: The story of the Oxford to Cambridge Railway, By Kingfisher Productions Review  (Read 69 times)

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The story of the Oxford to Cambridge Railway, By Kingfisher Productions

DVD Review: Disappointing. Much old 1980/early 1990s (going by the cars and the railway liveries) grainy film. Sound quality is awful, requiring much fiddling with the remote and also not professionally done. To be fair, there is some interesting footage and I'm surprised how much I could recall considering my time was 20 years before the period portrayed, especially the Bletchley flyover and approaches to both Bedford Midland and Sandy.
Not one I'll be re-watching in a hurry.

Score: 2

 

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