- Author:Jim Shipley
- Publisher:The Keighley & Worth Valley Light Railway Limited; 2nd edition edition (November 24, 2012)
- Pages:84 pages
- Subcategory:Performing Arts
- FB2 format1486 kb
- ePUB format1229 kb
- DJVU format1309 kb
- Formats:lit doc lrf lrf
Interesting stories about the making of The Railway Chikdren. This is a wonderful (and modestly priced) publication, fully worthy of its place as a tribute to the making of quite possibly the best children's film ever made.
Interesting stories about the making of The Railway Chikdren. And by 'children' I mean anyone who can appreciate a good story, well acted and filmed in a beautiful location during one glorious summer. 12 people found this helpful.
The Making of The Rail. It is a charming little book printed by The Keighley and Worth Railway about how The Railway Children ended up being filmed there. There are interviews and biographies of some of the actors, anecdotes, behind the scenes and secrets like how the filmed the landslide scene.
The Railway Children is a 1970 British drama film based on the novel of the same name by E. Nesbit. The film was released to cinemas in the United Kingdom on 21 December 1970. In 2010, to coincide with the 40th anniversary, a book was brought out called The Making of the Railway Children by Jim Shipley - a former volunteer station master of Oakworth Station. It detailed events that took place during filming and interviews from local people associated with it.
If I were writing a book, I might make mistakes. The children were hard at work cleaning the brass candlesticks in honour of Jim’s visit. That’ll be the Doctor,’ said Mother. But God knows how to make the story end just right – in the way that’s best for u. ‘Do you really believe that, Mother?’ Peter asked quietly.
With the children no longer getting an education, the book tells us about how they fill .
With the children no longer getting an education, the book tells us about how they fill their days occupying themselves and keeping themselves amused. The story of the railway children is quintessentially English set in the Yorkshire countryside with the image of green fields and steam trains in the distance. The story tells us what can happen when things happen beyond your control. Except for the cause of their need of relocating to the country that is the reverse of what a family would do in a today's USA setting, it is the kind of book that I would, at least, appreciate reading.
He had lost his own books and borrowed The Railway Children from his 13 year old daughter Martha (he .
He had lost his own books and borrowed The Railway Children from his 13 year old daughter Martha (he had two other children). He loved it, although he admitted "my personality is so different from the quiet romance of the story. story just right for me, a way in which to start entertaining people and help not destroy our industry.
The Making of The Railway Children" by Jim Shipley 52-page Keighley & Worth Valley Railway .
The Making of The Railway Children" by Jim Shipley 52-page Keighley & Worth Valley Railway Preservation Society 8x5¾ pb out of print/used. The Railway Children" episode of "Masterpiece Classic" .
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