The Best of British Transport Films 2019 1080p Blu-ray AVC LPCM 1.0-PzD

Farmer Moving South (1952)

Director: Array
Stars: A

Runtime: 17 minutes (taken from iMDB)
Genre: Short

Rating: 7.9* (may differ)
Votes: 7 (may differ)

Release Date: 2006-05-29 (taken from IMDb)
Viewer Rating (TV/MPAA): (taken from IMDb)


Presenting the Best of British Transport Films (BTF) – newly remastered in stunning High Definition for the very first time to celebrate the 70th anniversary.

A descendant of the British sponsored documentary tradition, British Transport Films was established in 1949 to focus a spotlight on transport as a Nationalised undertaking, to create an appetite for travel and to entice the public to use nationalised transport. Over a period of more than 35 years, BTF produced an unrivalled documentary film legacy for generations of film and transport enthusiasts.

This new 2-disc Blu-ray compilation gathers together 21 films representing the cream of the celebrated BTF collection. Classics including John Schlesinger’s Terminus (1961) have all been newly digitally remastered to 2K from original film materials by the BFI, whilst Geoffrey Jones’ legendary homage to progress, Rail (1967) has been restored in 4K by the BFI National Archive.

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4 Responses

  1. kimble says:

    this file was still a 404 after the 2021/01/03 update

  2. JimP says:

    This is no longer available. 404 error

  3. Dieter says:

    Interesting, maybe someone could upload a x265 encode of this. That would be really nice.

  4. ari1080 says:


    I’ve been looking for that one for a while.

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