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Peterborough Model Railway Exhibition Part 1


Here is my footage of the Model Railway Exhibition which was held on the 17th and the 18th of October 2009 at the East Of England Showground in Peterborough, United Kingdom. The video was taken on the 17 of October 2009 and this video has been split into three parts because of the 10 minute restriction on YouTube. All stills in this video have no sound and I have chosen NOT to include background music for legal and copyright reasons, but all video footage does have its original sound though. This video starts off with some stills of several new Hornby releases at their Hornby Stand which was located just inside the second hall. These incude the new EWS Management train which will feature the new MkIII DVT Model (although it is originally classed as a “DLV” which means “Driving Luggage Van” and not a DVT (Driving Van Trailer). Also there was the MkIII DLV in Virgin Trains livery and this model is numbered 82150 which will be available to buy as a stand alone model from December this year. Also in new releases there was the new Hornby Class 395 “Javelin” Model and two new Pullman VSOE carriages as well as some more DCC sound fitted models to expand the Hornby DCC Sound range like the Class 31, Class 50 and the 9F which sound quite impressive. The layouts shown here in this part of the video are Bishop Wearburn which is a classic steam based layout, Holland Park Intermodal Container Terminal.

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Minimill Belt Drive Upgrade Part Two


makermasters.com Belt drive upgrade to Minimill X2. How I installed a Stirling Steele belt drive upgrade kit on a Sieg X2 Minimill. I plan to and CNC next.

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Maerklin Model Train part 2


more information: alikante-modeltrain.blogspot.com

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Machine Shop Tips #43 Part 4 Vertical Bandsaw tubalcain


Part 4 of 6. Tubalcain demonstrates the use & care of the vertical bandsaw.

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MACHINE SHOP TIPS #9 Types of Threads part B tubalcain


Tubalcain discusses different types of screw threads. Part 2 of a 2 part video. Be sure & watch Part A

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Locomotiva cu Abur MAV 424 247 in Depoul Oradea (Part 1)


Locomotiva cu Abur MAV 424 247 in Depoul Oradea (Part 1) Steam Locomotive MAV 424 247 in Oradea`s Depot (Part 1) Part 2: www.youtube.com 1: Locomotiva cu Abur MAV 424 247 intra In Depou 2: Locomotiva cu Abur MAV 424 247 intra pe Placa Turnanta 3: Locomotiva cu Abur MAV 424 247 este intoarsa pe Placa Turnanta 4: Locomotiva cu Abur MAV 424 247 iese de pe Placa Turnanta (Part 1) (13 11 2010) (C) Train97

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Genius of Britain Episode 2 (Part 4/5) HD


Via atheistplanet.blogspot.com “In this new five-part series, leading scientific figures – Stephen Hawking, Richard Dawkins, James Dyson, David Attenborough, Robert Winston, Paul Nurse, Jim Al-Khalili, Kathy Sykes and Olivia Judson – celebrate the British scientists and inventors who literally created the modern world. The second programme in the series looks at the scientific spark that ignited the Industrial Revolution in Britain. James Dyson tells the story of how a young James Watt was inspired to perfect the steam engine that would change the world forever. Jim Al-Khalili explains how Joseph Priestley, a clergyman with a fascination for gases, discovered the very air we breathe and started a craze for soda water. David Attenborough talks about his hero Joseph Banks, the great naturalist who sailed to the South Seas and founded Kew Gardens on his return. And Robert Winston reveals the extraordinary story of John Hunter, surgeon, anatomist… and body-snatcher.” (Part 2 of 5)

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Screaming Eagles (Part 2 of 5)


Long awaited for- 3 months of hard work in the making. Despite the size of it, it is still a school project- it had to be informative and at least semi-appropriate for class. Tags (all relevant- I don’t cheat) 101st airborne world war two ww2 wwii normandy d-day overlord steam locomotive pathfinders german radio french resistance united states american army c-47 take off band of brothers saving private ryan medal of honor in arms call duty nazi husky avalanche Michael giacchino christopher lennertz swing kids glenn miller theme hymn fallen reenactors reenactment reading weekend mid atlantic air museum airpower paestum bocage st mere eglise lo carentan

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