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B&R Video DVD Volume 186 - Turkish Delight Part 1

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  • Barcode : BR186D
  • Start : Tue 15 Aug 2017 08:08:09 (EDT)
  • Close : Fri 25 Aug 2017 08:08:09 (EDT)
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B & R DVD Volume 186 - Turkish Delight Part 1

I quote from the box:

‘Turkey lies at the further eastern extremity of Europe with one seventh of its territory in Europe and the remainder in Asia, separated by the Bosphorous waterway. While the former is largely flat, the latter is mountainous with railways facing severe gradients climbing into the rugged interior from the coastal plains of the Mediterranean in the south and the Black Sea in the north.

The first railway was started in 1856 and construction continued until 1971 when the final section from Lake Van to the Iranian border was finished. But this still resulted in a sparse network of lines for such a large country.

Locomotives were of necessity, powerful and sturdy with mainly British, German and American builders. Passenger working were sparse with only one or two trains a day for most lines and often mixed traffic. Freight workings predominated with many trains double headed or with banking engines on the steeper line sections. Most lines were standard gauge with a few narrow gauge lines. Dieselisation was completed first in the West, gradually moving eastwards. Steam locomotive building ended in 1961. In the West most locomotives were coal fired due an abundance of coal mines; in the East most were oil-fired. However by the late 1980s all had been withdrawn.

Our first scenes concentrate on the western part of Asiatic Turkey with scenes from Izmir with its intensive suburban services and longer distance trains to the interior plus around the Black Sea port of Zonguldak with its extensive coal mines and associated workings. Later scenes move further east via the Black Sea coast to Sivas and the Euphrates Gorge near Erzurum and returning south via Konya.’

Running time is approx 90 minutes.

I am not sure about the compatibility of overseas DVD players with UK DVDs.  If this is being purchased for overseas use, please ensure that your equipment is compatible.

The DVD will be posted in a good quality padded envelope.

If you buy multiple items I will adjust the postage and packing costs appropriately.

From UK buyers I accept payment by PayPal, UK Cheque or Postal Order. Non-UK buyers must pay by PayPal.

 

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Listing TypeGallery Listing
Listing ID#153053002
Start TimeTue 15 Aug 2017 08:08:09 (EDT)
Close TimeFri 25 Aug 2017 08:08:09 (EDT)
Starting BidFixed Price (no bidding)
Item ConditionNew
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Dispatch Time2 Days
Quantity1
LocationUnited Kingdom
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MPN (Manufacturer Product Number) BR186D Brand BR Video Productions

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