- SKU: 19868005
- Release Date: 01/24/2012
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This train ride through Northern England is one of a series of British Railway adventures. The viewer shares the scenic ride with train passengers on lines both vintage and new. England is a place of green hills, forests, and high mountains. The train is the perfect way to see the lovely countryside from Settle to Carlisle. The viewer gets a chance to enjoy the highland games, watch whiskey being distilled, and observe a glassblower, as the train visits villages with an interesting and diverse populace on this ride through the northern reaches of England. ~ Rose of Sharon Winter, Rovi
British Rail Journeys II: Around the Peak District
Part of a five-video collection of episodes from the PBS series, this 55-minute program takes viewers through the Peak District National Park. Established in 1951, the park was England's first national park, and boasts some of the country's most varied and dramatic landscapes, from woodlands and mountains to moors and bogs. Other titles in this series include British Rail Journeys II: West Coast of Scotland, British Rail Journeys II: Weymouth to the Isle of Wight, British Rail Journeys II: East Anglia, and British Rail Journeys II: Around the Lake District. ~ Steve Blackburn, Rovi