The Nene Valley Railway is a standard-gauge steam railway running over 5 miles through Nene Park, between Wansford and Orton Mere, Peterborough.
It has many steam locomotives and - built to an international loading gauge - it offers the unique spectacle of British, French, Danish, German, Swedish and Norwegian locomotives and stock on the same railway.
1. Listening in the signal box at Wansford, the double-headed Swedish tanks 1178 and 1928 are heard passing with a train.
2. The Southern Region 4-6-0 'Greene King' passes the site of old Castor Station at speed.
3. The air pump of 64.305, followed by that of 656, is heard.
4. The sounds heard in a footplate ride on 3.628.
5. Following her return to Wansford 3.628 can be heard passing through the station, 'light' on the far track.
6. On a busy platform at Wansford Station, the guard checks the doors of a train and blows his whistle, to be answered by the locomotive's whistle.
1. The turbo generator of 1928 is heard, followed by its pump set.
2. A lineside recording near Castor of 'Greene King' as she pulls uphill towards Wansford.
3. A footplate ride on 64.305 (double-headed with 656) starts with the sounds of stoking and whistling as they leave Wansford.
4. Recorded from the guards van, immediately behind the smoke box of 64.305, we hear the train leaving Orton Mere and coasting into Ferry Meadows Station.
5. 3.628 is heard from various lineside locations.
The LP and inner sleeve are in excellent condition. There is very slight bumping and rubbing to the outer sleeve, but it is intact and otherwise in excellent condition.