Videos tagged with "team"
FMS9A5 (A Sense of Place) - "Edinburgh German Christmas Market" (2008) [01:47]
A small audio clip made as part of our FMS9A5 course at the University of Stirling in 2008. This was made by the same team who produced the 'Got Milk?' video in the same semester. Our assignment was to create 'a sense of place', and accordingly we chose the Edinburgh German Christmas Market which takes place annually. Recorded on location in Edinburgh, Scotland (2008). Introduced by Stephanie Salvona*. Produced by Gavin Hugh, Malky Wilson, Karolina Fiedorczuk, Claire Louise Welsh, Stephanie Salvona, and Daniel Montesinos-Donaghy. --- * You may remember her as the girl who was hit in the face in the newspaper during 'Got Milk?'.
The Flying Scotsman - Edinburgh to Kings Cross - October 2012 [35:13]
A crack-of-dawn start for the 05::40 from Edinburgh Waverley to London Kings Cross: "The Flying Scotsman" on board an 'East Coast Trains' 225, on Friday 5th October 2012, in 1st Class. Stopping only at Newcastle, this iconic flagship service of the East Coast Main Line - which the famous steam locomotive was named after - is timed to complete the 393-mile journey in exactly 4 hours - the fastest scheduled service between Scotland and London (or vice versa). On the morning in question, it was delayed by about 20 minutes at Markle, near Dunbar, by a lineside equipment failure; arriving into Kings X at 10::02. The film includes footage of the train racing past Darlington on the ECML (which avoids the station canopy) and later trundling slowly through York (at the time of filming this was the only service not scheduled to stop at these two stations). Later, the train accelerates through Peterborough, with another East Coast 225 in the down platform (4); yet another East Coast 225 - one that has been delaying the 'Scotsman' by stopping at intermediate stations since Newark) in the up platform (2), as well as Cross Country and First Capital Connect services at, or approaching the station. Just before Hitchin, the new flyover to the Cambridge branch can be seen under construction; a Class 313 FCC EMU crossing the flyover at Welwyn Garden City, then a brief glimpse of a St.Pancras-bound Eurostar, at Belle Isle, on the approach to Kings Cross and finally, the 10::00 Kings X to ...
The Ugadale Hotel & Cottages, Machrihanish - Scotland [04:37]
Once regarded as the pinnacle of luxury accommodation in the west of Scotland, The Ugadale Hotel has been restored to its former glory and now serves as the centerpiece of The Village at Machrihanish Dunes. In its heyday, The Ugadale Hotel regularly welcomed captains of industry and their families, who descended on Machrihanish for summer holidays with their steamer trunks and visions of relaxing times on the beach and golf links. Today, twenty-two stunning guest rooms and suites are finished to the highest standard and pamper guests in an atmosphere of casual elegance combined with modern amenities, historic charm and unmatched natural beauty. Inside the Ugadale Hotel you will also find The Kintyre Club, a private dining restaurant open to members and guests of the hotel along with the traquil Serenity Spa. For those who desire a bit more space or a self-catered option, The Ugadale Cottages located next to the hotel are the perfect home away from home. The award-winning Ugadale Cottages received Golf Tourism Scotland's Gold Standard Award for the "Hotel of the Year" in the Small Hotel category in 2010. Surrounded by unparalleled natural beauty and tranquility, each fully furnished, two-bedroom golf cottage is elegantly finished inside and out with natural stone, hardwoods and wonderful touches that epitomize the coastal Scottish cottage at every turn. These roomy, self-catering cottages have been thoughtfully and luxuriously configured to perfectly accommodate visiting ...
Braemar Mountain Rescue Team [04:06]
Braemar Mountain Rescue Team's training in the Cairngorms National Park in Scotland.
Narrow Gauge (16mm to the Foot Scale) at Dundee Model Railway Show 2012 [04:48]
A short video of the East of Scotland Group of the Association of 16mm Narrow Gauge Modellers portable line at the 2012 Dundee Model Railway Show. The clip features Colin Binnie's prototype DeWinton in steam and my tamed Mamod plus a number of models owned by individuals of the group.