Rail man on track with DVD

PUBLISHED: 11:06 03 February 2006 | UPDATED: 21:40 28 May 2010

Derek Haynes with his new DVD

Derek Haynes with his new DVD

RAIL enthusiast Derek Haynes has produced his latest DVD called Some Stations. The retired railwayman of Brewin Avenue, March, has travelled to stations in the south and the east of the nation's railway network and filmed them at work. Mr Haynes, 76, spen

RAIL enthusiast Derek Haynes has produced his latest DVD called Some Stations.The retired railwayman of Brewin Avenue, March, has travelled to stations in the south and the east of the nation's railway network and filmed them at work.Mr Haynes, 76, spent his working life on the railway and has run Nene Video Productions for the last 20 years. He first became interested in photography when he was 10. Later he used cine film to record weddings, and has progressed through video to DVD.Mr Haynes, who researched, filmed and edited the DVD himself, says he has seen an increase in rail enthusiasts of all ages over recent years and promises his latest offering is "full of lots of action".The DVD, costing £17, is on sale at Berbarda Hobbies of Norfolk Street, Wisbech, The Corner Shop, Ellingham Avenue, March, and March Computers, High Street, March.


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