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About 10D Video Steam Productions

10D Videosteam Productions is the trading name for films produced by Ian Brownrigg who lives at Lostock Hall, near Preston, hence the reference to the shed code '10D', used by the local depot at the end of B.R. Steam. Ian's interest in railways began during his childhood in Carlisle. He took up a video camera in 1999 and is now one of the most active steam videographers in the north west. 'Steam Lives On' is a general title being used for his programme of work. Ian uses Sony Professional video camera's in high definition, wide screen format.

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New Zealand Railways

The three programmes were filmed during a 19-week period in 2008/9. The film maker is Ian Brownrigg who has had an interest in the railways of New Zealand since a first visit in 1999. The railways use the 3 foot 6 inch gauge and have a loading gauge approximately the same as in the U.K. The rolling stock and locomotives are a mixture of locally built and imports.

New Zealand Steam Diary 2009/9

New Zealand Railways – Line-by-Line

One Summer – A Snapshot of New Zealand's Railways



Double Drivers

Steam Lives On

The Settle & Carlisle Railway

Welsh Narrow Gauge Railways

The Heavy Freight Locomotive in Preservation

The Four Coupled Locomotive in Preservation

Double Drivers

Prairies and Moguls

Halls and Manors in Preservation

The Six Wheeler in Preservation

GWR Mainline Showcase

LMS Mainline Showcase

LNER Mainline Showcase

Southern & Standards Mainline Showcase

The Scottish Bash