Electra Films

Quality Archive DVD's Since 1988

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Electra Films has been producing high quality railway videos and DVDs since 1989. We have over 210 hours of original footage filmed from 1984 onwards, the bulk of this film using professional broadcast grade cameras. We then edit using the latest technology, adding T.V. style titles showing: Date, Location, Number and any relevant additional information.
Our intention is to release three volumes of Rail Reflections quarterly and the content of each production is a mixture of current and archive footage and where possible combining the same location showing "past and present" scenes. From time to time we produce specialty products based on an area or locomotive class theme. These are referred to as "special series"
As the series builds you will see the tremendous changes that have taken place on our railways. See locomotives, liveries, locations, workings etc. many have which have gone forever. With the exception of shunters you will see every member of every class that has run during the filming dates
All DVDs are a between 95 and 120 minutes in length and are of original DVCAM footage or remastered Hi8, this ensures the final content meets full broadcast specifications. All footage features high quality original PCM stereo soundtracks, encoded to Dolby Digital . We use only professional editing decks to ensure the final quality is up to broadcast standards and will meet your expectations
All DVDs have a fully inter active start menu, allowing you to jump from scene to scene or chapter points/locations at will
We have hundreds of satisfied customers who are collecting the entire series, but to ensure you are totally happy with your purchase, we offer a full money back service with all our products, including any postage costs
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All photographs on this site Jon Byne
Reflections 50 and 51 will be released December 2017