Videos tagged with "national"
national express train to scotland blasts horn at newcastle [01:12]
national express train to scotland blasts horn at newcastle
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National Railway Museum, York 18/04/2010 Part 4 - The Balcony [05:36]
RE-UPLOADED AS THE QUALITY WAS TERRIBLE. Sorry for the delay to this part. Cyberlink is still playing up and I'm sorry if the quality is in anyway downgraded. Anyway, this is my favourite part of the whole museum, where we look at the trains arriving/departing York to/from the north. In this part, we see: Northern 158910 departing TPE 185xxx departing for Newcastle Central Northern 158910 (again) arriving into York (dunno where it went) EC 91132 and 82205 departing for Edingburgh Waverly XC 221136 arriving heading to Birmingham New Street Northern 155344 and 153xxx departing EC 43239 and 43306 arriving heading to London King's Cross LMS Princess Class 6201 Princess Elizabeth on the 5Z72 York NRM to Crewe HC Enjoy!
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NZ Plough, 2010 - Day 4 Highlights [03:08]
Day 4 highlights of the World Ploughing Contest -2010 featuring competitors and highlights of the prize giving ceremony featuring Bruce Redmond and Paul Henson. It was a wonderful time and great to see two New Zealanders win first and third place on the world ploughing stage. I think the international teams loved the New Zealand beauty and the chance to experience the clean, green breathtaking scenery of the Ashburton district, New Zealand.
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Away In Iona, Scotland [01:17]
It's a late Summer day in 1998. But time doesn't seem that relevant on the Isle of Iona, a small, wind-swept, Scottish Isle, famed for its Abbey, appreciated for its quiet calm, and remembered for its stories of ghostly viking invaders and old Scottish kings who are buried here. Iona features in the Edinburgh International Film Festival opening film The Illusionist this year.
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