OUR LATEST PRODUCTION(s).

Rugby Routes Remembered

Rugby Routes Remembered is an event that was organised by 2 residents of the town. As members of the Leicester Transport Heritage Trust, they requested that the group's BMMO S22 re-create some of the Midland Red routes in the town. On an often wet, and windy day, the ex Midland Red semi-coach drove through some of the most picturesque areas of the town, and surrounding countryside. With compact cameras providing some driver's eye views, and 6 HD cameras on the roadside, this is a captivating film, and includes some of the history of bus routes in Rugby.

DVD PAL; 34 minutes £7.99

Now available.

The Longest Route

The BMMO S22 used in the Rugby Routes Remembered film, also re-created a run on what was the longest stage-carriage service in the UK. Created in 1929, the X91 ran 112 miles from Leicester to Hereford via Stratford, and Evesham. With onboard compact cameras, creating driver or conductor's eye views, this film shares some aspects of the classic London to Brighton film of the 50s and 60s, plus some picturesque shots of the S22 in some of the more iconic locations on the route.

Hereford Hopper Stops Here

Hereford Hopper Stops Here is the story of the closure of First's ex Midland Red garage in Hereford, in September 2015.

These DVDs are in the final stages of production. Please call back for further information, ring us on 07857 530867, or email us, david@davideo.co.uk.

OTHER NEW RELEASES!

Kings of the Road 50 cover
Kings of the Road - 50th Anniversary Run

2nd November 1959 heralded the Motorway Age. Midland Red were once more at the forefront with specially developed 85mph coaches, and introduced the first non-stop motorway express service, between Birmingham and London, slashing journey times of over five hours to just over two.

50 years later, on 31st October 2009, a preseved Midland Red C5 coach, and a preserved CM6t coach re-create the run.

Including colour archive film from 1959, shot by the Midland Red's own film unit.

Interviews with Jim Pearson, and Bob Richards of the Midland Red Development Department.

Format : DVD Running time: 60 mins. Price: £17.99


Last Day of the Metrobus

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Between 1978 and 1989, West Midlands PTE (Later West Midlands Travel) purchased over 1000 Metrobuses. They were 'Buses built in Birmingham, for Birmingham'. They served the company for over 30 years, the last three running in service on 24th July 2010, from Acocks green bus garage in Birmingham.

The garage made the day into a special event, and donated all fares taken on the day to charity.

With interviews with Nationa Express West Midlands management, drivers, and fitters, this film is a fitting tribute to the reliabilty, and economy of thebus which was the mainstay of the fleet for such a long time.

Filmed entirely with HD cameras.

Format : DVD Running time: 17 mins. Price: £3.99


Welcome to our website

The DAVideo Team

The DAVideo crew in Victoria Coach Station (October 31st 2009)

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Who are we? DAVideo are a video film production company. We specialise in producing films about road passenger transport subjects (with some notable exceptions). We aim to produce high quality films that are exciting and informative. We also specialise in graphic design, and produce a series of fine art limited edition prints, which are, in some cases, contemporary photographs, or are historical photographs which have been coloured, or historical artefacts that have been digitally restored.

Try us out! You can't lose! We know (we did the research!) that the perception of films about buses is that they are generally poor. We strive to be different. All our personnel have been chosen for their abillity in taking good quality film shots, or their abilities in post-production. Most have qualifications in their chosen subject. But you don't have to take our word for it.

Our terms and conditions state: "We aim to provide you with a completely satisfactory product or service.
If, in your opinion, we fail to provide you with a satisfactory product or service, then we will refund your money, or waive our fees."

If you purchase one of our DVDs, or our limited edition prints, and you find that you are not happy, we will refund your payment.

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We'd love to meet you.

We really would like to meet you, and we will be at The Stoneygate Tram Depot with The Leicester Transport Heritage Trust to commemorate the anniversary of the last day of Midland Red D9s running in service, on 28th December. We look forward to seeing you there. More details can be found on the LTHT Facebook Page

New video on YouTube

We have recently uploaded a new video to YouTube. Metrobus 40 is a film of the 40th Anniversary celebrations of the launch of the MCW Metrobus. The celebration was held at the Transport Museum at Wythall on 27th May 2019.
Nine Metrobuses ran a 'happy hour' service between Wythall and the Maypole, and a number of ex-MCW design staff visited the museum.