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CAS Shorts: Abandoned Euston
 
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A look at the lost parts of Euston tube station as part of LTM's Hidden London Season. --- Buy your LIVE Departure Board Here: http://www.CallingAllStations.co.uk/DepartureBoard Website: http://www.CallingAllStations.co.uk Twitter: http://www.Twitter.co.uk/CASRailwayBlog
Views: 17929 Andy Carter
Virgin Train Class 390 Departures Milton Keynes Central for London Euston
 
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Virgin Train Class 390 to London Euston Calling at London Euston only. And this train was From Manchester Piccadilly to London Euston.
Views: 30 Joseph Railfan
CAS Extra: LIVE Departure Board Preview 2!
 
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A very informal look at some of the features of the Live departure board available with 5% discount at http://www.CallingAllStations.co.uk/DepartureBoard --- Twitter: http://www.twitter.co.uk/CASRailwayBlog Website: http://www.CallingAllStations.co.uk
Views: 7174 Andy Carter
Windows Mobile: UK Live Departure - Train Times In The UK
 
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UK Live train departures at your fingertips. Manage your favourite journeys and access latest changes using our finger friendly application for your Windows Phone. Download http://www.blackbirdapps.co.uk/RailDeparturesV2_beta.CAB Features: View/edit favourite journeys: You can save your favourite journeys to have quick access to departures from your station View arrival and departures from your stations Server based backup for your favourite journeys and settings Find nearby stations Voice to text based arrival alerts Gesture based navigation between screens Estimated journey progress viewer allows you to see the trains current location
Views: 806 Yves Edwards
Uk Departure Board
 
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My departure board showing 1F27 London Euston - Liverpool Lime Street showing flashing Platform 11, after it was meant to come in on Platform 6, also was delayed due to signalling problems at Harrow & Wealdstone
Views: 109 Jerome Fulton
A Kylchap exhaust is heard at Euston  06 Jun 2013
 
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LNER A4 Class No: 60009 Union of South Africa, in BR Brunswick Green livery, arrives at Platform 1 of EUS on a warm, dry, clear late-Spring night as it arrives with the Up RTC steam special from CHR on the Up WCML. It's Thursday 6th June 2013 and the time was 22:01. Union of South Africa arrived 25 minutes early. Oliver Cromwell was originally rostered to haul this special but is under-going major repairs. Bittern was the 1st replacement for Ollie but was replaced by Union of South Africa. Don't know why Bittern was not available. The Class 33 on the back was there to assist with shunting and to assist Union of South Africa from working too hard. According to WCRC' driver Network Rail still very concerned over the risk of lineside fires. As No: 9 approaches you can see a DB Schenker Class 90 and a SR Sleeper Car set that will form one of the two weekday Sleeper Car departures to Scotland. The SR consist is on the long Platform 15. Trivia time. This was the 29th Up main-line steam excursion of 2013 to London, 2 less than this time last year. This is Union of South Africa's 1st Up run to London of 2013,1 more than this stage last year. This is the 7th Up RTC special to London of 2013, 3 more than at this stage last year. This is the 1st Up steam special of 2013 to arrive at EUS, 1 less than this stage last year.. EUS has 17 Platforms all with 25Kv AC overhead wires and 2 with a 3rd rail system to power the LO Class 378 Metro trains. From 21:56 to 22:56 there were 14 departures and 16 arrivals. Of the 14 departures 4 are WC of which 2 are ecs 1 is to MAN and 1 is to WVH; 3 are LO of which 2 are for WFJ and 1 is ecs; 4 are LM of which 2 go MKC and 2 are for NMP; 2 freights; and 1 WCRC ecs. The 16 arrivals are 1 SR ecs; 6 WC from LIV (1) BHM (1) GLC (1) WVH (1) and MAN (2); 3 LM from TRI (1) and BHM (2); 5 LO from WFJ (3) ecs (1) and SRA (1); 1 RTC from CHR; EUS was opened in July 1837 by the L&BR. The line initially ran to Boxmoor (HML). In the 1840' the station was expanded and the L&BR became part of the L&NWR (1846). The station was further expanded in the 1870's. The final expansion took place in the 1890's. In July 1922 the L&NWR introduced an electric Metro service to WFJ with a 4th rail system. The following January the L&NWR became part of the LMSR. 25 years later, January 1948 the LMSR became part of BR. In the early-1960's steam commuter services and express services started to be taken over by diesel haulage. In 1966 all express and commuter services were taken over by the 25Kv Ac electric system and the worst bit of vandalism by the old BR was completed, the dull, utilitarian station of today had replaced the original Victorian structure. Since then most trains at EUS have been electric apart from a few diesel-hauled trains. In 1997 all commuter trains were operated by Silver Link whereas the long-distance traffic was run by Virgin-West Coast and Scotrail sleepers. The only change since then was 2007 when LM took over the longer distance commuter trains and the Metro trains to WFJ were taken over by LO. GLOSSARY: LNER=London & North Eastern Railway; BR=British Railways; EUS=London-Euston; RTC=Railway Touring Company; CHR=Chester; WCML=West Coast Main Line; LO=London Overground; WC=Virgin West Coast; MAN=Manchester-Piccadilly; WVH=Wolverhampton; LM=London Midland Trains; MKC=Milton Keynes-Central; WCRC=West Coast Railway Company; SR=Scotrail; WFJ=Watford Junction; LIV=Liverpool-Lime Street; TRI=Tring; SRA=Stratford; GLC=Glasgow-Central; BHM=Birmingham-New Street; NMP=Northampton; L&BR=London & Birmingham Railway; HML=Hemel Hempstead; L&NWR=London & North Western Railway; LMSR=London, Midland & Scottish Railway; Hope you enjoy and please comment.
Views: 717 Barry Kendler
Manchester Piccadilly Station Departures Board (10/6/17)
 
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In this shot I give you a view of the departure board.
Views: 164 Cian Daly
Inside the NEW Bank Tube Station
 
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It's the Bank Capacity Upgrade Works - which brings a new Northern Line platform, new entrance, new lefts, new escalators and even a travelator to Bank Station! Thanks to TfL for kindly let me inside to go and take a look around, and to do so you have to go in via the disused tube station King William Street ... Also to wonderful John for being lovely and brilliant in showing me around. TfL Bank Station Capacity Upgrade: https://tfl.gov.uk/travel-information/improvements-and-projects/bank-and-monument
Views: 143421 Geoff Marshall
Wolverhampton train station.
 
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Platform 1, Wolverhampton train station.
Views: 522 Mrjonnyboyification
Sound Clip - Train Departing and Announcement
 
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Recorded on Tascam DR-100 Image added in iMovie
Views: 1928 Megan white
Liverpool  v Tottenham 17 October 2015 !! Fans waiting in Train Station
 
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Fans waiting for train in Seven Sisters Station
Views: 448 Shahid Mohammed
A Walk Through London's Liverpool Street Railway Station
 
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Liverpool Street, also known as London Liverpool Street, is a central London railway terminus and connected London Underground station in the north-eastern corner of the City of London. It is the London terminus of the West Anglia Main Line to Cambridge, the busier Great Eastern Main Line to Norwich, local and regional commuter trains serving east London and destinations in the East of England, and the Stansted Express to London Stansted Airport. It opened in 1874 as a replacement for the Great Eastern Railway's main London terminus, Bishopsgate station, subsequently converted into a goods yard. Liverpool Street was built as a dual-level station with an underground station opened in 1875 for the Metropolitan Railway, named Bishopsgate until 1909, when it was renamed Liverpool Street. An additional station called Bishopsgate (Low Level) existed on the main line just outside Liverpool Street from 1872 until 1916. During the First World War, Liverpool Street was a target of one of the deadliest daylight air raids by fixed-wing aircraft; the attack killed 162 people. In the build-up to the Second World War the station served as the terminus for thousands of child refugees arriving in London as part of the Kindertransport rescue mission. The station was modernised and rationalised between 1985 and 1992; at the same time the neighbouring Broad Street station was demolished and its lines redirected to Liverpool Street. As part of the project, the Broadgate development was constructed on the Broad Street site. Queen Elizabeth II officially opened the modified station in December 1991. The Underground station was damaged by the 1993 Bishopsgate bombing, and during the 7 July 2005 terrorist attacks seven passengers were killed when a bomb exploded aboard an Underground train just after it had left Liverpool Street. With over 58 million passenger entries and exits in 2012-13, Liverpool Street is one of the busiest railway stations in the United Kingdom and is the third busiest in London after Waterloo and Victoria. It is one of 19 UK stations managed directly by Network Rail. It has three main exits: to Liverpool Street, after which the station is named, to Bishopsgate, and to the Broadgate development to the west of the station. The Underground station is served by the Central, Circle, Hammersmith & City and Metropolitan lines, and is in fare zone 1.
Views: 36606 Michael Jiroch
*NEW* Pewseys New live Train Information Boards 25-10-11
 
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Pewseys new live train information boards
Views: 167 trainspotter209
View from Virgin Train From Euston Train Station London to Preston  – United Kingdom part 1
 
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View from Virgin Train From Euston Train Station London to Preston – United Kingdom part 1 Subscribe and like my Channel: https://www.youtube.com/c/HamidMahmood
Views: 49 HM Hyper Limited
Virgin Train from London Euston to Liverpool Lime Street
 
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As some of you might know, I am a huge, and I mean huge, Beatles fan, and the place in the world I've always wanted to go, as a Beatles fan is LIVERPOOL, England! So finally last week I went there. Caught a Virgin train from London Euston station to Liverpool Lime street station, which normally would take about two hours, but that day a lorry (truck) hit a bridge up ahead of us and our train was delayed about 40 minutes while the engineers were inspecting the bridge.
Views: 9940 evancortez2
How to get live journey information with Trainline
 
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Use the Trainline app's live departures board to get real-tie updates on your journeys when travelling by train. For more information on your journey: http://ow.ly/c1zH30dj7Ax ---------- We love travel, which is no surprise as Trainline is the world’s leading train ticket retailer. We go out of our way to make search and booking train tickets as simple as possible via our app so that you can enjoy your trips in the UK and around Europe for the best fare.
Views: 627 Trainline
Onboard InterCity East Coast Train GR5727. Edinburgh, Scotland, UK to London, England, UK
 
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Date: Saturday 30th July 2011 Train Operator: InterCity East Coast Train Service: GR5727 Train Class: InterCity 125 / Class 43 Diesel locomotive Train Reg No.: 43314 Carriage Class: Standard Class Seat No: 21 (table) Departure Train Station: Edinburgh Waverley, Scotland, UK Departure Platform No: 19 Arrival Train Station: London Kings Cross, England, UK Arrival Platform No: 1 Departure Time: 5:42pm BST Arrival Time: 11:15pm BST Duration: 5 hrs 37 mins 0:03 - Waverly Station Car Park. 0:16 - Train Departure Board with calling points. 0:26 - View from Platform 2. 0:45 - Walking down Platform 19 to the train after incorrect platforming. 1:22 - Departing Edinburgh Waverley. 2:58 - Scenery between Edinburgh and Dunbar. 3:25 - Arriving into Dunbar Station. (4:11) Departing Dunbar Station with Train Guard welcome announcement. 5:09 - Single seat and tray-table overview. 5:40 - Scenery between Dunbar and Berwick Upon Tweed. 6:29 - Arriving into Berwick Upon Tweed Station. (7:01) Departing Berwick Upon Tweed Station with views over the River Tweed and the town. 8:08 - Scenery between Berwick Upon Tweed and Newcastle 8:22 - Coach C overview. 8:59 - Heaton Train Maintenance Depot on the way into Newcastle. 9:49 - Views of the Tyne Bridge and the Sage Gateshead. 10:17 - Arriving into Newcastle Station. (11:20) Departing Newcastle Station with views over the Tyne River and Newcastle City. 13:05 - Scenery between Newcastle and Darlington. 13:38 - Arriving into Darlington Station. (14:31) Departing Darlington Station. 15:18 - Scenery between Darlington and York. 15:54 - Passing York National Railway Museum. 16:27 - Arriving into York Station. (17:20) Departing York Station with rowdy passangers. 18:11 - Doncaster Station. (18:18) Departing Doncaster Station. 19:20 - Scenery between Doncaster and Grantham at sunset. 20:24 - Powerpoint on the way. 20:37 - Arriving into Grantham Station. (21:19) Departing Grantham Station. 22:59 - Arriving into Peterbourgh Station. (23:33) Departing Peterbourgh Station. 25:11 - Stopped at a red light between Peterbourgh and Stevenage due to planned engineering works. 26:06 - Passing through Hitchin Station at slow speed. 26:35 - Arriving into Stevenage Station. (26:57) Departing Stevenage Station. 27:43 - Table seat overview. 27:55 - Arriving into London King's Cross. 28:30 - Stepping onto Platform 1 and walking down to the end with an overview of the train. Filmed using the Sony HDR-HC9 HDV1080i High Definition Handycam.
Views: 24522 Craig Simons
LIVE! From Caterham Station - Stream 13, Day 13
 
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Periscope LIVE from Caterham on 19th May
Class 390 Arrives from London Euston 15-01-17
 
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Class 390 Virgin Trains Arrives from London Euston to Crewe 15-01-17
Views: 17 Bogeyboy3010
London Paddington station closed and no Heathrow Express trains
 
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Tens of thousands of commuters faced a nightmare journey to get home tonight as they endured major disruption after one of London's busiest train stations was shut. Dozens of rush-hour services in and out of London Paddington were cancelled this afternoon - although there was nothing running until midday today - causing fury for the 98,000 people who use the station each day. There were no TfL Rail services due to operate in rush hour - with limited Great Western Rail and Heathrow Express trains running, after a £16million Hitachi 'bullet' test train caused overhead wire damage in Ealing last night. Services started to improve after noon as some lines were reopened, but GWR warned that 'delays are expected to last for at least the rest of the day' - and passengers were told to 'only travel if necessary'. Some commuters claimed they had left the office early to avoid the rush-hour chaos, while others gave up this morning and decided to work from home instead. They described the delays as 'horrible' and a 'nightmare'. Earlier, pictures posted online showed empty departure boards and barriers blocking all platforms at Paddington. Reading station was also in meltdown with huge crowds of people unable to board their trains. Some people were left stranded on trains mid-journey – with a train from Paddington to Maidenhead being evacuated en route last night, with passengers wrapped in blankets staggering over the tracks. It follows more chaos at London Victoria yesterday when a power failure wiped boards of travel information and caused widespread cancellations for commuters heading to South London, Sussex, Surrey and Kent. Great Western Railway said the severe damage to overhead wires meant some trains were left stranded on the line between Paddington and Reading. GWR trains into London were mainly only running as far as Reading this morning, with a reduced service from there to Slough. People travelling into London were told to use services into Waterloo, Marylebone or Euston. Many trains became stranded between Paddington and Reading due to a loss of power supply. Network Rail said it expected to open two of the four train lines by midday, but warned disruption would last until the end of the day. GWR added that a reduced timetable would impact most mainline routes to and from Paddington. Travellers trying to get to Heathrow were told to take the much slower Piccadilly Tube line to the airport, or bus replacements. Delays on the Central, Circle, District, Hammersmith and City, Jubilee and Metropolitan London Underground lines compounded difficulties for commuters trying to get across the city after arriving at alternative rail hubs. In an update at 12.45pm today, a GWR spokesman said: 'Some of the lines have reopened and a reduced train service is starting to operate into and out of London Paddington following last night's incident with a test train, however delays are expected to last for at least the rest of the day. 'Customers are advised to only travel if necessary and check before travelling. Tickets for GWR services today will also be valid for tomorrow, should customers choose to postpone their journey. Refunds will be given for those who choose not to travel. 'GWR tickets are still being accepted from London Waterloo, London Marylebone and London Euston for travel on South Western Railway, Chiltern Railways, Virgin Trains, West Midlands Railway and Transport for Wales. Heathrow Express is operating a limited service.' An earlier statement said: 'There will be no trains between London Paddington and Reading until at least midday today as a result of overhead wire damage in the Ealing area last night. 'The train which caused the damage was an Hitachi test train operating between their London and Bristol depots, and not in passenger use. There will be no London commuter services and a reduced long-distance service timetable with trains starting from and terminating at Reading. 'We strongly advise customers to only travel if necessary in the Thames Valley and to check carefully before travelling elsewhere as long distance journeys are likely to be affected. 'Customers should travel from London Waterloo or London Marylebone instead, with tickets are being accepted on South Western Railway, Chiltern Railways, Virgin Trains, West Midlands Railway and Transport for Wales.' GWR staff wheeled a trolley on to the Paddington concourse at around 8.30am to give away free tea, coffee and biscuits to frustrat
Views: 117 NEWS HEADLINES CN3
Virgin Trains (West Coast) class 390 Departures Carlisle for London Euston via Birmingham
 
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Virgin Trains (West Coast) class 390 London Euston via Birmingham. Calling at Oxenholme Lake District,Lancaster,Preston,Wigan North Western,Warrington Bank Quay,Crewe,Wolverhampton,Sandwell and Dudley,Birmingham New Street,Birmingham International,Coventry,Milton Keynes Central and London Euston. This route run by Virgin Trains (West Coast) class 390 and 221. Trains to London Euston via Birmingham 10,08 past hour
Views: 148 Joseph Railfan
A Walk Through London's Bridge Station, London, England
 
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London Bridge is a central London railway terminus and connected London Underground station in Southwark, occupying a large area on two levels immediately south-east of London Bridge and 1.6 miles east of Charing Cross. The main line station, which is the oldest railway station in London fare zone 1 and one of the oldest in the world having opened in 1836, contains nine terminal platforms and six through-platforms for services from the south and south-east of London. Through services continue to Charing Cross or Cannon Street. In terms of passenger arrivals and departures it is the fourth-busiest station in London as well as the United Kingdom as a whole, handling over 54 million customers a year. (These statistics do not include the many commuters who transfer between lines at the station.) London Bridge is served by Thameslink trains running between Bedford and Brighton as well as Southeastern services from Cannon Street to destinations in southeast London, Kent and East Sussex. It is also the terminus for Southern commuter and regional services to south London and numerous destinations in South East England. The main line station is one of 19 UK stations managed by Network Rail. The Underground station is served by the Jubilee line and the Bank branch of the Northern line. It consists of a ticket hall and entrance area with its main frontage on Tooley Street, along with entrances on Borough High Street, as well as within the main line station concourse and a corridor under the through-platforms. London Bridge is one of two main line termini in London to the south of the River Thames, the other being Waterloo. For this reason, neither has a direct connection to the Circle line.
Views: 15778 Michael Jiroch
Full Walk through Tour of Kings Cross St Pancras London Train Station and Shops
 
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Full Walk through Tour of Kings Cross St Pancras London Train Station and Shops. You will love this London station, upstairs High Speed trains leave for Paris and beyond. HS1 means I'm 14 minutes from home, here there are great shops, beneath me are the underground lines ! - Tracey Please subscribe and try our new channel TOYBROADWAY
Views: 15225 Tracey's Top Toys
Diesel Passenger Train Arriving In Perth Perthshire Scotland
 
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Tour Scotland travel video of a 43136 diesel high speed passenger train arriving at the railway station on visit to Perth, Perthshire. The train was travelling from Inverness in the Scottish Highlands to Edinburgh. The station, designed by Sir William Tite, won an architecture prize. It has seven platforms, five of which are " through " platforms. There are two main routes passing through the station - the Glasgow to Dundee and Aberdeen Line and the Highland Main Line, whilst there is now also a regular service to and from Edinburgh via the Fife Coast. Services to both Glasgow Queen Street and Edinburgh Waverley depart hourly, with some extras to Glasgow, as do those to Aberdeen via Dundee, Carnoustie and Arbroath. Trains to Inverness are somewhat irregular, but run at least once every two hours with eleven departures in all on weekdays and Saturdays and seven on Sundays. The daily, overnight, Caledonian Sleeper service between Inverness and London Euston and the daily London North Eastern Railway Highland Chieftain service between Inverness and London King's Cross, England, call at this station
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Caledonian Sleeper NEW TRAIN Classic Room with a dog [CC]
 
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Apologies for the sniffing. I was getting over Manflu. If you are not lording it up in the en-suite Deluxe Cabins like most YouTubers and journalists, what's life like on the new Caledonian Sleeper in the more affordable Classic (NON en-suite) cabin? Dougal the dog and I travel from Scotland to London on the New Caledonian Sleeper train from Inverness, but instead of taking the direct train which takes about 12 hours (too long for my dog) we get the ScotRail train from Inverness to Glasgow, which means we can also enjoy a fab meal at the dog-friendly 13th Note and a game of ball on Glasgow Green. For more info and fares for the Caledonian Sleeper, please see: https://www.sleeper.scot For ScotRail fares and times, please see: https://www.scotrail.co.uk The 13th Note, a great dog-friendly vegetarian and vegan pub cafe restaurant venue in the East End of Glasgow: http://13thnote.co.uk Music on this video is as follows: Gold Bug Island Lost Time Lucid Dreamer All are available to download for free from the YouTube Audio Library in the YouTube Creator Studio. My equipment is as follows (Amazon Affiliate Links): MAIN VLOGGING CAMERA: Canon G7X - https://amzn.to/2IjdWon (most of this vlog was shot on this camera) DEAD MOUSE FOR CANON G7X: Micromuff skinny wind muffler (currently unavailable on Amazon) SMART PHONE: iPhone 7+ - https://amzn.to/2DQ12c1 WINDSCREEN SUCTION MOUNT: https://amzn.to/2GPJH6F MAIN CAMERA: Sony A7Sii - Now discontinued so check out https://amzn.to/2DNljil ACTION CAMERA: Sony FDR-X3000 with waterproof housing - https://amzn.to/2DMtriY DRONE: DJI Mavic Pro - https://amzn.to/2V2x0Zq TABLE TOP TRIPOD: Neewer - https://amzn.to/2V3iS1U LAVALIER (LAPEL) MICROPHONE: Boya BY-M1 - https://amzn.to/2GqT3pi LED LIGHT: Neewer dimmable on-camera LED light - https://amzn.to/2GvJupg AUDIO RECORDER: Zoom H4n - https://amzn.to/2S8izBk WIND MUFFLER FOR SOUND RECORDER: https://amzn.to/2DPV62J CARBON FIBRE VIDEO TRIPOD: Calumet legs (discontinued) with Manfrotto head. Try this new equivalent - https://amzn.to/2Saq6PY SELFIE STICK: Similar version - https://amzn.to/2IkSUWh GIMBAL (STABILISER): Feiyutech a2000 - https://amzn.to/2TSWSH4 (nb - this is a link to the one-handled version as I have. I would recommend you learn from my mistake and go for the two-handled version as the rig gets very heavy very quickly. The two-handled version is only £20 more - https://amzn.to/2S5aOMh ) PLEASE FOLLOW US ON SOCIAL MEDIA! https://twitter.com/andrewjditton https://www.instagram.com/andrewjditton/
Views: 38748 Andrew Ditton
Trains at London Waterloo | 06/04/2018
 
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This video is Property of MTSSV8 Films! 1080p HD! Hello everyone, MT here with the usual trainspotting action. It has been a couple of years since I last did a film of trains at London Waterloo, the busiest railway station in the UK. So I thought of heading over to see and film what was coming in and out of the station and I have to say, a lot was happening in the late morning of 6th April. All of this was filmed in just under 40 minutes. Especially with the station had gone through a couple of chances including having platforms 1 to 4 extended to handle 10-car trains, the former Eurostar platforms being worked on and now in public use and of course, the introduction of the new 707’s into passenger services. This is a station worth going to. Trains include: South Western Railway 159’s/444’s/450’s/455’s/456’s/458’s & 707’s So be sure to Subscribe, Comment and Share for more videos to come!
Views: 15359 MT Productions
Train Simulator 2012 Class 377214 At London Victoria Station Platform 18
 
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-~-~~-~~~-~~-~- This Video is Filmed on the 17/08/12/ Enjoy my video Please Subscribe and Thanks for watching
How to buy tickets via the National Rail Enquiries Android app video
 
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National Rail Enquiries for Android is available from the Play Store (http://bit.ly/nre_androidapp). This is the app version of our website http://www.nationalrail.co.uk. This handy tutorial video shows you how to find train prices and buy tickets for your journey using the National Rail Enquiries Android App. There are a number of other tutorials available for our website and apps, just visit our channel www.youtube.com/nationalrailenq
Trains at Liverpool Lime Street | 13/07/16
 
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This video is property of Train_PlaneHub, "RachaelMatt" 1080p HD! Sunny afternoon at Liverpool Lime Street station on Wednesday 13th July 2016. I managed to go downstairs to the low level platforms and get a few shots of Merseyrail services too. INCLUDES: Virgin Pendolino's, London Midland 350's, East Midlands Trains 158's, Transpennine Express 185's, Northern Rail class 319's, 156 & 150 and the downstairs for some Merseyrail class 508's! Thanks for watching COMMENT, THUMBS UP, FAVOURITE, SHARE & SUBSCRIBE!!!
Views: 22575 Train_PlaneHub
CLAPHAM JUNCTION FOOTBRIDGE WITH WIDE ANGLE BODY CAM 06 04 2018
 
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Across the footbridge from Platform 17 and a view of the stabling area looking south then looking north. The curve on the video is due to the wide angle lens on the camera. This can be purchased for less than £50 and comes with 3 batteries and waterproof case. I purchased a body holster separately .
Views: 1256 SMILEVIDEOTRAINS
Every Tube Station SPECIAL: The Lunch Hour (118 - 130)
 
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Episode 9 - The Lunch Hour. The mission statement is simple. 1 Hour. As many stations as possible and back to work before the time runs out... will we make it... How do you think we should play? New stations this episode: 118 - Warren Street 119 - Highbury & Islington 120 - Mile End 121 - Whitechapel 122 - Regents Park 123 - Edgware Road (Bakerloo) 124 - Edgware Road (District & Circle) 125 - Bayswater 126 - Queensway 127 - Lancaster Gate 128 - Marble Arch 129 - Bond Street 130 - Green Park I'm embarking on The Map Challenge (Not to be confused with The Tube Challenge or #WalkTheTube). It's my target to visit and get off at each of the 270 tube stations. How to play all 3 versions of the map challenge: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qJc9I... --- Buy your own LIVE departure board: http://www.CallingAllStations.co.uk/D... Website: http://www.CallingAllStations.co.uk Twitter: http://www.Twitter.co.uk/CASRailwayBlog http://www.Twitter.co.uk/radiorobby
Views: 4985 Andy Carter
South West Train delays 17.6.17
 
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LDN-SOU train. 17.6.17 When we finally reached Basingstoke we were greeted by police and not south west rail staff
Views: 211 Charlie N
Introducing the Trainline iPad App
 
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When using the Trainline app on iPad, use the new multitasking feature in iOS 9 by sliding in a new window from the side of the screen. You can then use other apps at the same time as you book your ticket, like Mail, Maps, Calendar, or Twitter. Or you could just watch Strictly Come Dancing.
Views: 2350 Trainline
WalkTheTube '16 Periscope Compilation
 
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Here it is folks, 30+ minutes of my periscope waffle! In just under 19 hours we completed 270 stations and collectively raised over £17K! #WalkTheTube Big thanks to everyone involved and who donated! www.CallingAllStations.co.uk/WalkTheTube
Views: 2272 Andy Carter
Trains at Castlethrope, WCML | 22/10/14
 
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This video is property of Train_PlaneHub, "RachaelMatt" and must not be re-uploaded! 1080p HD! Castlethorpe is a village just north of Wolverton and Milton Keynes on the WCML, not all too far away from where I live. I used to film here quite regularly but haven't been for a while, so decided to head down there on this rather dull, damp October afternoon. Castlethorpe actually used to have a station, the platforms of which can still be seen on the mainline just south of Hanslope Jnc. INCLUDES: 2x Freightliner 86's, Virgin Pendolino's & Voyagers and London Midland 350's! Thanks for watching! COMMENT, THUMBS UP, FAVOURITE, SHARE & SUBSCRIBE!
Views: 2974 Train_PlaneHub
National Rail Enquiries - New Website
 
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Our new website is all about you... National Rail Enquiries is the definitive source of information for all passenger rail services on the National Rail network in Great Britain. Website: www.nationalrail.co.uk Facebook: www.facebook.com/nationalrailenq Twitter: www.twitter.com/nationalrailenq
SUTTON TO EPSOM STATION BY SOUTHERN RAILWAY LONDON
 
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WARNING! EPSOM STATION DON'T ACCEPT OYSTER CARD! TICKETS ONLY! http://londonenglandd.blogspot.co.uk
Views: 3593 LONDON 24 HOURS
Trains at Bescot Stadium Chase Line (WCML Diverts) 27/12/16
 
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In this Video today I visited Bescot Stadium on the Chase Line I really enjoyed it here and with the diverts it makes the station worth while to visit and plus there was a lot a class 70 for colas passing through which was cool My next station is Kirkham and Wesham on the Flyde Line Please like and subscribe if you enjoyed this video and feel free to comment anything i will get back to them ASAP Also if you want to get in touch with me on social media: Facebook: James Humphreys Facebook Groups: Scouse Trainspotter1999 Snapchat: jamesthumphreys Instagram: jamesth1999 Xbox live: D34D 5T0RM 03 Skype: Jamesth14 Twitter: JamesTHumph1999
National Express - Love the journey
 
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Take a look at our modern and comfortable coaches, and all the great facilities onboard. Love the journey with National Express.
Views: 231492 National Express
TfL Rail Paddington to Heathrow
 
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With a new tube map for May 2018, TfL Rail services now run between Paddington through Hayes and Harlington, and down to Heathrow. We went to catch the first ever 'purple' train (Class 345) in passenger service, and try to get our heads around the service pattern... TO SUMMARISE! BEFORE ... - Heathrow Express (4 trains per hour, to Terminals 2&3 and then T5) - Heathrow Connect, USED to run to Terminal 2&3, and then also (if you stayed on) to T5 as well - There was a Heathrow Express shuttle every 15 minutes between T2&3 and T4. AFTER ... - Heathrow Express - UNCHANGED - 4 trains per hour, to Terminals 2&3 and then T5) - TfL Rail, two trains per hour (New Class 345) only as far as Hayes & Harlington - Old 'Connect' trains (now with TfL Rail badge on them) every half an hour, all the way to T2&3, and then T4. - TfL Rail shuttle every half an hour between T4 and T2&3, meaning that there is a train every 15 minutes from T4 FUTURE ... - Crossrail/Elizabeth Line (New Class 345 purple trains) will run 6 trains an hour to T2&3, four with then go to T4, two will go to T5. - Heathrow Express remains unchanged... for now. Clear as mud? Excellent.
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JCDecaux UK: Motion@Waterloo goes live
 
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Audi is the launch partner of [email protected], the UK's largest indoor advertising screen, which went live for the very first time at London's Waterloo railway station on Monday 10th February. [email protected] is a powerful new communications channel at the UK's busiest station, delivering a captive audience of four million commuters every fortnight. Part of JCDecaux and Network Rail's vision for the future of rail advertising, it consists of a state-of-the-art, 40 x 3 metre, 6mm pixel, high-definition screen spanning the length of the concourse.
Views: 1457 JCDecaux
Guangzhou - Nanning by High-Speed Train in First Class, China
 
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Travelling with High-Speed Train D3602 from Guangzhou South to Nanning East Railway Station in First Class; The maximum speed of this train is 220 km/h; The High-Speed Train takes 4 hours and 4 minutes to cover the distance of 563 km; 广州南站 - 南宁东站 The opening of the Nanning - Guangzhou High-Speed Railway cuts the travel time between the Capitals of Guangxi and Guangdong Province from 12 hours and 8 minutes (Train K365) to only 3 hours and 19 minutes (Nonstop Train D202); Train D3602 makes brief stops in Sanshui South, Yunfu East, Yunan, Wuzhou South, Pingnan South, Guiping, Guigang; The Chinese Government plans building the Nanning–Pingxiang High-Speed Line, which would extend the High-Speed Rail Network towards Vietnam 南广高速铁路
Shrewsbury Station    A Few Hours On 6th April 2018
 
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On 6th April I was visiting a friend in Shrewsbury so decided to spend an hour or two at the wonderful Tudor style station of Shrewsbury. Originally built in 1848 and becoming a listed grade 2 building in 1969 along with the largest surviving mechanical signal box in the world, built by the LNWR, accomodating 180 levers at Severn Bridge Junction to the south of the station. Platforms are extended over the River Severn which flows around and through the city. The city itself is full of Tudor period buildings again mostly listed and is a must for any visitor to Shropshire and the nearby area. The main company that operates through Shrewsbury station is Arriva Trains (Wales) and is a central hub for traffic between the Midlands and Wales (North and South). It is also the start or end (Depending on direction of travel) of a journey along "The Heart of Wales Line" via Llandridnod Wells and Swansea, an absolute gem of a line, but trains are a little in frequent. The Holyhead to Cardiff trains still see Diesel Locomotive haulage, one in the morning and returning back to Holyhead in the evening. Several freight trains are scheduled through the station during the day so the place offers an interesting experience for the railway enthusiast and of course is signalled mechanically still (For Now). Get to see the location before it succumbs to modernisation, at least being listed the buildings should survive. Many thanks to the welcoming staff at Shrewsbury station on the day. I dedicate this video to my friend's Mother who resides nearby.
Views: 1057 spompeytransportvideo
Alstom Pendolino 390 127 Virgin Buccaneer at Carleton Crossing
 
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Please subscribe to my channel https://twitter.com/Lyca29 Follow me on Twitter https://www.facebook.com/Lyca2931 Like me on Facebook https://www.instagram.com/lyca31/ Welcome to my channel This channel is mainly dedicated to videos of my hometown, Blackpool, Lancashire, England. Alstom 390 127 Pendolino. "Virgin Buccaneer" passing through Carleton Crossing. Blackpool is a beautiful seaside town on the north west coast of England. We have many cool attractions here including our world famous Blackpool Tower, the Pleasure Beach, three piers and a lovely sandy beach.. Blackpool is a relatively poor town that gets (unfairly in my opinion), a lot of bad press.. The aim of my channel is to show Blackpool in a better light.. No town or city is perfect so it's best to appreciate the good parts wherever you live :) Also videos of areas surrounding Blackpool. going north we have Bispham, Cleveleys, maybe as far as Fleetwood and Knott End. In the other direction, going south we will be visiting St Annes and Lytham. Music: Finding the Balance Kevin MacLeod ( incompetech.com)
Views: 138 Lyca31
Virgin Trains Tickets iPhone & iPad review
 
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A review of Virgin Trains Tickets for iPhone and iPad. NIAPS.co.uk is a site dedicated to promoting apps which do not have any in-app purchases. Please visit the site http://www.niaps.co.uk to show your support! You can see this app here http://www.niaps.co.uk/niapsios/virgin-trains-tickets/ Description of app: Train travel – some say with all the different times and fares and ticket types and all that, it can be a little bit confusing (and we’d agree with them too), especially when you want to find out info on the train you want to catch. Well thanks to our top technical geniuses, we’ve got a new and improved app which will make your travel experience with us so simple you’ll wonder how you lived without it. Check train times, plan journeys and buy tickets for any train anywhere in the UK (with no booking or credit card fees too!). And best of all, it’s 100% totally and utterly free. Plus, book yourself on one of our swanky Virgin Trains and get your ticket sent straight to your mobile. No fuss, no queuing, no printing – it’s your ticket delivered directly into your pocket. Also, want to see if your train is on time? You can see real-time info on how any train is running across Britain, and even which platform it will arrive into at your station. · Search times and fares for any train to any destination in the UK. · Buy tickets up to 10 minutes before you want to depart. · Book for up to 8 people at once. · Totally secure booking. · Absolutely no hidden booking or credit card fees (we hate those!) · Get tickets sent straight to your mobile or collect from our FastTicket machines. · Log-in to your account so you only need to enter your details once. · Check live departures/arrivals info to see how your train is running, before you even get on it. · And you get all this for the one-off payment of... nothing! Free things are always the best things in life. We’re big fans of our app, and we plan to keep on improving it even more in the future. Our brainy types are working on new features all the time to make your travel experience with us easier than ever before. But if you’ve got that million-dollar idea, that missing nugget of genius that we haven’t included in our app, then tell us! Found a hitch or a glitch in our app, then let us know. We’re open to suggestions and we want to hear what’d make it better for you. So please get in touch at [email protected]
Views: 757 NIAPs
Train Sim 18 SECML Class 221 Dundee to Edinburgh
 
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I am sorry as i hit half way across the Forth rail Brigde the pc heats up and crashes but in enjoy i will post full route asap
Views: 54 Jay Turner
(SWT 450) - Railworks 2012 - Portsmouth SS - Portsmouth Harbour
 
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My First Railworks Video - Class 450 SWT From Portsmouth SS To Portsmouth Harbour on railworks 2012 :D ENJOY
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37884 319006 319459 Droitwich, 23/08/17
 
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5V94 Bedford - Long Marston.
Views: 108 SharposWorld