Scene: On The Right Tracks

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started21st Sep 1972
last rpt22nd Sep 1972
1 school year
duration20 mins
subject ⚖️Citizenship
age rangeAge 13-16
languageenIn English
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On The Right Tracks is an episode of the BBC schools TV series Scene from the 1970s, covering citizenship for secondary school pupils.

A documentary about railways, including reconstructions of the early days and the navvies who built the first railways, and modern developments including the 'Beeching axe' of rural railways and possible future engineering developments.

==In the archive==

Exists. This programme is preserved in the BBC archives.



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