September 28th
Dear all.

Hope you have all had a wonderful summer. Now that Autumn is upon us, we are excited to announce a number of new titles that shall be released between now and Christmas.

October 23rd:
'West Somerset Railway Autumn Steam Gala 2017' - This will be our 20th video edition in the WSR Gala series and we hope to bring you another exciting event. We will also include footage of the world famous 'Flying Scotsman's visit to the railway during September as well as a number of first time during the main Autumn Gala event.

'Royal Scot Goes West' - The Steam Driver's Eye View series is continuing to grow in popularity at a vast rate of knots, and after the release of 'Britannia Goes West' & 'Duchess over the Devon Banks', in 2015 & 2016 respectively, we bring you 46100 'Royal Scot' tackling the Devon & Cornish Banks while working the 2017 season of 'Royal Duchy' trains. The locomotive puts in some fine performances and is worth drawing comparisons with the other locomotives over the same route.

Late November/Early December
Clan Line's 50th Anniversary - With 2017 marking 50 years since the End of Steam on the Southern Region of British Railways, the year also marks the 50th anniversary of No. 35028 'Clan Line' running under the ownership of her society, the MNLPS, for 50 years. In this special documentary, we take an in depth look the events leading up to the engine's triumphant return to the mainline, as well as meeting her ever loyal dedicated team the volunteers proudly involved in maintaining her and also looking into the future and seeing what the next step is for the locomotive.

With lots to look forward to over the next coming months, keep watching this space!

Thank you all for your continued support.


August 9th:
Dear all,
It's been a long time and we apologies for the lack of updates of late, but we've been very busy gathering footage and working very hard to edit these projects and bring them to you as soon as possible.

Firstly, as part of our commemorations to 50 years since the end of Steam on the Southern Region, we are delighted to announce that the next title in our Steam Driver's Eye View series will be the 'Bournemouth Belle', featuring Merchant Navy pacific No. 35028 'Clan Line' on its first Mainline run following a major overhaul. If you were a passenger on the train, this is certainly a collectors item you will not want to miss out on!

Secondly, we are working very hard on an on-going project looking at behind the scenes with the MNLPS, the owners of 'Clan Line', as they celebrate 50 years of ownership, and still going strong. More details to follow in the next few weeks.

Finally, we have successfully recorded LMS Royal Scot No. 46100 'Royal Scot' on its first solo run over the South Devon & Cornish Banks and we will be putting together a Driver's Eye View of its exploits sometime within the next couple of months.

Keeping watching this space as more exciting titles are in the pipeline this late summer/early autumn!

June 5th:
Dear all!
We are proud to bring you the second of our Scottish Region editions of Steam Driver's Eye View, in which we journey along the stunningly scenic of the Kyle of Lochalsh Line. Steam is rare along this line, and with amazing weather and the locomotive in great form, this one will almost certainly be a unique collectors item.!

May 28th:
Dear all!
After an extremely busy April and May, we are pleased to annouce the release of the West Somerset Railway's Spring Steam Gala 2017, featuring many highlights, and one special bonus feature!

May 18th:
Dear all!
It has been a very busy last few weeks for us, but we are working hard to bring you some more exciting new titles. Firstly, we will be bringing you the West Somerset Railway's Spring Steam Gala 2017 on May 28th, which will also feature a brief appearance of 60103 Flying Scotsman to the line.

Secondly, we will be bringing you latest Driver's Eye View from our recent trip to Scotland, in which we feature LNER K1 No.62005 working on the Kyle of Lochalsh Line in superb weather conditions. Due for release on June 5th.

We have plenty more coming this summer, including some planned programs on the Southern Region in commemoration of 50 years since the end of Steam. WATCH THIS SPACE!!!


April 24th:
Dear all!
We are proud to bring you the first of our European 'Driver's Eye View's' with the Harz Narrow Gauge Railway Vol 1 - Brockenbahn. Available now on DVD & Blu-Ray!

February 20th:
Dear all.
We are one and half months into the next year and we have some exciting announcements.

Firstly, we're releasing our new Driver's Eye View with No.6201 'Princess Elizabeth', when the locomotive worked a historic train from Penzance to Plymouth, the first ever LMS Pacific to travel on this section of line. Check out 'Cornish Princess' for further details.

Secondly, we are excited to bring you our very first video of Steam in Europe! This winter we have been filming on Germany's famous Harz Narrow Gauge Railway (Harzer Schmalspur Bahnen). One of the most famous and beautiful railways in the world, set the heart of Germany's Harz Mountains. We will be bringing you further details in the coming weeks, but in the meantime please enjoy a taster clip of what we have been filming.



January 16th:
Dear all.
Hello Everyone & Happy New Year to you all!

Welcome to 2017. We all hope you had a good break over Christmas, and are excited to see what this year will bring us.

We'd like to start be announcing the release today of our 2016 review, "Mainline Diary 2016". Available now on DVD & Blu-Ray, with a running time of 2 hours & 15 minutes.

With 2017 making 50 years since the end of Steam on the Southern, we plan to bring you several programs in line with this anniversary. While we can reveal too many details at this point in time, we'd like you to know we are working on something.

In the Steam Driver's Eye View series, we hope to bring you some exciting new routes with new locomotives on the mainline, as well as the heritage railway scene. In the mean time, next month we will be releasing the "Cornish Princess", which the historic run of No.6201 'Princess Elizabeth, becoming the first ever 'Princess Royal' to grace Cornish metals. More details of this program will be available within the next few weeks, so watch this space!

Hope you all have an prosperous new year!


December 10th:
Dear all.
It's nearly Christmas time again, and we have some special offers for you! Our Mainline Diary, West Somerset RailwayLocomotive's in Action series of videos have been reduced in price to £10.00 for the years 2008-2011, and will stay at this price.

We will be bringing you more exciting new titles for 2017, including a Steam Drvier's Eye View with LMS Princess Royal, No.6201 'Princess Elizabeth' from Penzance - Plymouth; more updates on this in January.

We also have big plans further big plans for 2017, with a couple of exciting new documentaries coming your way!

Keep watching this special and thank you once again for your continued support over the years. You inspire us to keep making great content!

Merry Christmas & a Happy New Year!


November 10th:
Our latest Steam Driver's Eye View: 5043 Earl of Mount Edgcumbe running along the Golden Valley, one of our personal favourites, with commentary from recently retired, Ray Churchill. Now Available

October 12th:
Here is one clip that we can all enjoy very much as 5043 'Earl of Mount Edgcumbe' recaptures the spirit of the Cheltenham Flyer. We will be doing a Driver's Eye View for this locomotive along the Golden Valley route, which we aim to release within the next couple of weeks.

October 5th:

Our latest Steam Driver's Eye View; Duchess of Sutherland over the Devon & Cornish Banks, now available

September 15th
Dear all.
We have returned from 4 months of filming on the UK and European Airshow circuit, and will once again get back into the swing of producing railway programs. We will begin with our latest Steam Driver’s Eye View video, featuring the record run over the South Devon Banks with No. 46233 ‘Duchess of Sutherland’. The run was also saw the first ever Princess Coronation to work into Cornwall. The Video below will give you a taster of what we experience on this historic run.
May 29th:
Dear All
Bringing you a monthly update, we are pleased to announce that we are working on a new Steam Driver's Eye View title, featuring No.46100 Royal Scot on the North Wales Coast. More details to follow! In the meantime, please enjoy this little taster of the locomotive running past Conway Castle.

April 27th:
This video is a tribute to our friend, Mr. Ray Churchill, who drove his last steam special on 46100 Royal Scot working the Great Britain IX railtour in the West Country. Thank you Ray for so many happy memories, and the Mainline Steam Scene salutes you!

April 17th:
After 2 Fantastic weekend's with 46100 Royal Scot on the West Coast Mainline & Cumbrian Coast, sit back enjoy this breathe taking shot through Lancaster on April 16th.

March 21st:
Dear all.

We have been very busy filming and editing over the past few weeks and are looking forward to bringing you two new programs at the start of next week.

Firstly, we bring you the West Somerset Railway Spring Steam Gala 2016, which commemorates the 50th Anniversary of the Somerset & Dorset Joint Railway. More details will follow once then program has been finalized.

Secondly, we have a new Driver's Eye view, this time we take you along the beautifully scenic Cotswold Mainline, with GWR Hall class, No.4965 Rood Ashton Hall in some beautiful autumn weather.

More updates to come later in the week!

Kind Regards
Oldham Video Productions

February 7th:
Dear all.

February 6th was a big day as two steam locomotive return to the mainline scene.

While many, including the national media, went to see the return of 60103 Flying Scotsman, we felt it appropriate to cover the mainline return of another locomotive which has been a little overshadowed.

We are talking about the return of LMS 4-6-0, 46100 'Royal Scot', and her first run took place along the North Wales Coast and the picture link will show you the results of work carried out at Crewe. A big thank you to all concerned, and a job well done!