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High Quality Polyster Canvas ,the High Definition Art Decorative Prints On Canvas Of Oil Painting ‘Peter Paul Rubens A View Of Het Steen In The Early Morning ‘, 8 X 14 Inch / 20 X 35 Cm Is Best For Kitchen Decor And Home Decoration And Gifts

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The view from the cab of 3830 climbing from Unanderra to Robertson with 3801


These scenes were recored from the cabin of 3830 as it climbed from Unanderra to Robertson with 3801 on August 18th, 2002.

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Swanage Railway Drivers Eye View @100mph


Drivers eye view of the Swanage Railway, Norden-Corfe Castle-Harmans Cross-Herston Halt-Swanage filmed from the driving cab of the railways’ multiple unit during the 2008 Carnival Fireworks Specials. The music track is from the album “Leftism” by Leftield www.swanagerailway.co.uk

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Royal Hudson climbing steep grade – different view


Here she is the next day (2009-May-03) climbing the same steep grade, really working hard. I didnt know when it was about to appear around the corner, so I started filming early. Jump ahead to 1:35

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View From An Engine Front – Ilfracombe (1898)


This careering ride through the Devon countryside to the seaside town of Ilfracombe can offer us some insights into the first years of film. “Phantom rides” such as this were very popular with audiences as the novelty of movement was what was so new about the cinema. Films were often shown as part of travelling fairgrounds, so the rollercoaster nature of the trip is no coincidence. One thing to bear in mind whilst watching is that early film cameras were cranked by hand. So please spare a thought for the man clinging to the front of the steam engine to take you on your journey. All aboard! (Jez Stewart) You can watch over 1000 other complete films and TV programmes from the BFI National Archive free of charge at the new BFI Mediatheque – www.bfi.org.uk

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Steam View – Eritrea 18 – First Freight for 38 years


With views over the port of Massawa, Mallet locomotive 442-54 pulls the 2 container train away from the dockyard, forming the first real freight train in Eritrea for 38 years, 3/12/2010. The containers were carrying machine tools donated by the Danish State Railways for use in the Eritrean Railways workshop at Asmara.

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Veterans Memorial RailRoad- Caboose View


The Caboose View of The Train On the February Birthday Party,

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Steam View – Eritrea 11 – Mallet tank engines


Mallet tank locomotive 442-54 heads for the port city of Massawa, with the capital Asmara in the background on 2/12/2010

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