I happened to do a search on amazon for London Underground DVDs and came across the recent release on DVD of this excellent YouTube series - now expanded and updated. The rear sleeve notes state: "Updated versions of all 11 Tube line videos, Bonus Docklands Light railway video, 20 minutes of exclusive extras and outtakes and Abandoned Stations - a tour of the 'ghost' Tube stations that you can still see today" Geoff Marshall should be congratulated for making this series - it's a good and informed overview of some of London Underground's oddities and unusual features, as well as being humourous and light-hearted, something that is sadly missing from many Underground histories! [img src="farm1.staticflickr.com/715/20648110223_9a95213727_b.jpg" src="81OzN4nm3BL__SL1500_ by siriami1, on Flickr" alt=" "]
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Post by The Tram Man on Sept 19, 2015 10:26:29 GMT
I bought a copy of this DVD on the London Transport Museum, and personally i don't think it was worth it. I bought it mainly because of the abandoned stations video, which is a disappointment on its own, but the outtakes, extras and extended videos... I honestly don't think it was worth it. And i like the series, i really do.