Trains with Pete Waterman

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Heinz57

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Hi all,

Does anyone remember this documentry from years ago? I think it was aired by Channel 4. I want to watch it again. Does anybody know anywhere where its avalible to watch online?

I havn't had any luck in finding it. I've also checked YouTube, and it isn't on there.

Cheers,

Heinz
 
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Would it turn up on "Yesterday" which on Freeview if you live in the right area (which I dont <( )
 

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Would it turn up on "Yesterday" which on Freeview if you live in the right area (which I dont <( )

I haven't seen it appear on "Yesterday", though they do show a lot of Fred Dibnah - I think they mainly show former BBC programmes.

The Freeview channel Quest is owned by Discovery, so it may crop up there.
 

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Have you tried 4OD? they have most programmes back on demand though im not sure how far back they go.
 

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As an aside. Where could I find some good information about Waterman Railways?

He was full of ideas but was put of by the complexity of privatisation.

Think he bought locos and the BR charter fleet? I remember hearing he wanted to be running lots of 'Bucket and Spade' type excursions every weekend but gave up. Pity because he is a proper railway minded man.

He was around enough to have his own liveried stock (pics anyone?).

Would be good if he would make a return to the industry - working with/backing a TOC franchisee/ starting an Open Access operation or having another go at charter trains.

Do you read this Pete? Hope so :)
 
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