A DOCUMENTARY on Isle of Wight trains will feature on That’s TV later this week.

Entitled Trainspotting: Rails in the Isle of Wight, the programme takes a look at the changing face of the Island’s railways over the years.

It was produced from films made by railway and train enthusiasts who visited the Island from the 1950s onwards.

Island railways have a particular fascination, none more so than those on the Isle of Wight.

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The documentary starts at 1.10pm on Wednesday, January 10, and runs until 2.15pm.

There were once more than 60 miles of railways across the Isle of Wight.

There were lines between Cowes and Ryde, Ryde and Ventnor, Newport and Freshwater, Newport and Sandown and even a line from Brading to Bembridge.

All that is left today is Island Line between Ryde and Shanklin, and Smallbrook to Wootton operated by the Isle of Wight Steam Railway.