Try these links to see two classic short films on You Tube
Firstly, Night Mail, is a 1936 documentary film about a London, Midland and Scottish Railway (LMS) mail train from London to Scotland, produced by the GPO Film Unit. The film ends with a “verse commentary” by W. H. Auden, written for existing footage. Benjamin Britten scored the film.
Secondly, Terminus is a 1961 British Transport Film documentary (filmed in August, 1960) directed by John Schlesinger which presents a “fly-on-the-wall” look at an ordinary day at Waterloo station in London. Original music was by Ron Grainer.
The Mayor of Kettering, Mr. Scott Edwards, was in attendance at both Kettering Station and KDMRS model railway event for commemoration of the coming of the railways to Kettering organised by the local Civic Society.
As part of the event, the club was invited to mount a model railway show in the Heritage Centre in Wicksteed Park. The club provided three layouts, “Blisworth”, “Ambridge” as well as “Aranda de Deuro”.
There were also static displays from the ‘0’ gauge enthusiasts of locomotives and architectural models of Kettering landmarks and Jim Stevens and Martin Profit’s Flying Scotsman Special from Kettering Station itself.
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