British Steam Train Videos

Welcome to our video gallery of Great British Steam Locomotives running on preserved and mainline railways. Our steam train footage has been filmed by a team of enthusiasts who work hard to bring you a variety of steam locomotive videos from across the country. Steam Preservation has enabled us to revisit history and capture the magnificent spectacle of a grand steam locomotive in its former glory. Our enthusiasts have collated footage of Great Britain's most loved steam trains in operation on preserved railways. We regularly update our video gallery and continue to develop our website by bringing you the latest films from the world of steam from British heritage railways, galas and mainline events.

Many of the mainline steam engine videos are based in and around the Herefordshire area as it is local to our team. We hope you enjoy the sight and sound of former British railway's steam locomotives hard at work.

Severn Valley Railway Autumn Steam Gala 2015 - Golden Jubilee

The Severn Valley Railways Autumn Steam Gala 2015. This video captures moments from the Severn Valley Railway's premier event during their Golden Jubilee celebrations. Enjoy footage of visiting steam locomotives including 70000 Britannia and 46100 Royal Scot at the 2015 Autumn Steam Gala with night footage and demonstration goods trains.

The Welsh Marches Express

4965 Rood Ashton Hall is a Great British steam locomotive built by Great Western Railway otherwise known as GWR. The number of Rood Ashton Hall is 4965 and it belongs to the class of 4900 Halls. The wheel arrangement of this steam train is 4-6-0 number. The designer of this steam loco was Charles Collett. It is currently maintained at Tysley Locomotive Works for mainline steam. This particular video of Rood Ashton Hall 4965 shows footage of a mainline steam train excursion from Birmingham Snow Hill to Walsall on 29th August, 2015.

When Rood Ashton Hall was saved from the Barry Scrapyard, it was initially believed that the identity of the locomotive was that of Albert Hall. It wasn't until the loco was stripped down to be restored that its true identity was in actual fact revealed to be 4965 Rood Ashton Hall, therefore, confirming that its former name was never Albert Hall.

The Christmas Cheshireman

LMS Class 5MT 4-6-0 British steam train locomotives engine numbers 44871 and 45407. This video shows footage and photos of a mainline steam train excursion from Bristol Temple Meads to Crewe on 22nd November, 2014.

British Steam Train Videos