Fred Dibnah’s World of Steam, Steel & Stone Vol.2
Combining extensive unseen footage with highlights from Fred’s programmes over the last seven years, this series looks at the many sides of Fred – engineer, steeplejack, artist, craftsman, steam ethusiast, inventor and story teller – and celebrates his contribution to our knowledge and appreciation of Britain’s architectural, industrial and engineering heritage.
This series includes interviews with Fred’s family and friends, as well as figures from the world of industrial heritage.
7: All Steamed Up
8: Riches Beneath the Earth
9: Changing the Landscape
10: Great British Builders
11: Masters of Their Trade
12: A Good Day’s Work.
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