1hr 42mins
Dir: Tristan Loraine
Starring: Georgina Sutcliffe and Nicholas Day

A journalist digs deep into the world of aviation and discovers some uncomfortable truths, and a conspiracy trail dating back to 1954

This fact-based investigative thriller is based on the director’s own experience as a commercial aviation pilot and was independently made largely by volunteers, with funding from unions, passenger groups, and concerned aviation figures. It is said to be based on actual events surrounding the issue of Aerotoxic Syndrome and is sometimes referred to by its alternative title of Flight 313: The Conspiracy. The film has a somewhat outdated sequence filmed on the Bluebell Railway with a train hauled by former GWR 4500 Class 2-6-2T No. 5521, running as London Transport No. L150. There is also a shot of Sheffield Park station. Finally, the scenes filmed inside the train open with a shot of the interior of a more modern Class 377 ‘Electrostar’ EMU!

This lovely shot at Sheffield Park shows a train waiting to depart neatly framed beneath the footbridge. The coach is Southern Railway designed Bulleid semi-open brake third No. 2526, built in 1951 and forming part of ‘Set 862’.
A view of the road ahead. The locomotive at the front is former GWR 2-6-2T No. 5521.
In this fine shot filmed on the Bluebell Railway, No. 5521 steams towards the camera. The locomotive is masquerading as London Transport No. L150 and was on-hire to the railway from July 2013 to August 2014, thus narrowing down the dates for filming.
A family day out on the Bluebell Railway. This is the interior of a Bulleid corridor composite.