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Still taken from Reading to Waterloo train video. ▶ Click to watch preview

Still taken from Reading to Waterloo train video.Reading to Waterloo

Narrated by Rob Curling
Written by Peter Middleton
Filmed in Summer 2013
Duration 76 mins
Widescreen Yes
Definition Standard / HD
Download size 1.75GB / 3.4GB
Format MP4 video
Still taken from Reading to Waterloo train video.
Reading to Waterloo

Reading to Waterloo

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This Driver’s eye view is the South West Trains service for London Waterloo. Calling at Earley, Winnersh Triangle, Winnersh, Wokingham, Bracknell, Martins Heron, Ascot, Sunningdale, Virginia Water, Egham, Staines, Feltham, Twickenham, Richmond, Clapham Junction and London Waterloo. This is the service from Reading. This train is formed of eight coaches.

This busy commuter line has a minimum half hourly service throughout the day including Sundays. Almost all the trains are formed of Alstom Junipers and we follow ours from three signal boxes. Surprisingly, Wokingham signal box is still operated from a traditional lever frame. Our train is then passed to Feltham power ‘box. From Richmond, control passes to Wimbledon PSB which takes our train all the way into Waterloo.

This Driver’s eye view was filmed in the summer sunshine of 2013.

Narrated by Rob Curling
Written by Peter Middleton
Filmed in Summer 2013
Duration 76 mins
Widescreen Yes
Definition Standard / HD
Download size 1.75GB / 3.4GB
Format MP4 video

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