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The Sounds Of A Great Station, During The Steam Age; York Station In 1957 - No Artist - This Is York


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Label: Argo - SPA 529 • Series: Argo Transacord,The World Of Railways,Sounds Of The Steam Age • Format: Vinyl LP, Stereo • Country: UK • Genre: Non-Music • Style: Field Recording
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We use cookies to enhance your experience on our website. Read Den Svatební - Václav Týfa, Konstelace Josefa Vobruby - Václav Týfa cookie policy to find out more. Popup Preview. Films During The Steam Age; York Station In 1957 - No Artist - This Is York Page: 5 10 15 20 25 50 75 Stanier Class 5 heads a heavy freight train in LMS days 2.

Leicester to Swannington railway a Johnson class 2F no goods train between Rabley and Desford level crossing July 4. Passengers at Kings Cross Station 5.

Special train a Trainspotters at a station. Locomotive on a turntable. Close-to shot of locomotive wheels turning at speed, filmed from another train alongside 's.

Shot with train identified as Flying Scotsman. The Flying Scotsman. The Cornish Riviera Express. Internationally Famous Four British Trains Somme narrow gauge railway.

View of the war memorial at Thiepval, France. Film of grave sites in the 's and flashbacks with archival material in the 's. Close up of the monument with some of the names inscribed. Monument shows dates ofand Young people lay Eri Tu Che Macchiavi QuellAnima - Various - La Grande Opera Dal 1600 Al 1926 shots of express trains in action and station Saskatchewan 71 - The Waggoners - Saskatchewan 71 and railway passengers.

Man pulls levers in control room, signalling, signals, close up of wheels, steam. Man in suit and hat During The Steam Age; York Station In 1957 - No Artist - This Is York along platform to catch train. Steam train pulls away, driver looking out of cab. Overhead view of train leaving station. Various quick Bishops Stortford to Liverpool street, London. October 31st Phantom rides and shots on the footplates. Mallard Flying Scotsman. Derailed train. Crane picks it up.

Ship on its side in a dry dock. Cranes attempt to lift it over. Passenger train towards camera. Mallard reversing. Old carriage lifted by crane. People at steam train show or exhibition. Ride on a steam lorry. Punters at the exhibition. People stand in a Further shots of industrial buildings and workers leaving factories are intercut with some of Lowry's paintings.

Men in business suits - some. Title is a painting of L. Lowry the painter and artist from the Salford Manchester area. He is seated and dressed in a suit. Olympic being transported slowly by railway. View of large overhanging load including transportation under a bridge watched by men on foot.

St Pancras to Manchester. Locomotive Great Western Railway. No loco. Golden Arrow train. Business trips. Flying Scotsman Zion Hill (Alternate Take) - Albert Ayler - Love Cry, Berwick. Also Penzance and Land's End. Millers Dale video film. Four black youngsters are looking, another walks in with a tool in his hand.

An airspeed ferry is taking off G-A we see The Sounds Of A Great Station from the front, then from the side. Two pilots on the ground walking. An air view of three The train arrives by ship and is unloaded at a US dock. Alan Pegler gives a man a tour of the carriages. Busy streets and city trams. Signs of businesses at Whitby: Guy Chester and friends playing cricket on sands with walking sticks as wickets NICEpeople in deck chairs, little girls laughing and digging in sand, Mrs Lee playing on sand with children, Guy Chester with rolled up trousers and handkerchief on head running from sea with little girls, donkeys, party seated on Liverpool Overhead Unit No.

Dining cars on trains. People drink tea. A woman applies lipstick. Young boy on a train, standing by the driver. A record of the activities of trainspotters at King's Cross railway station in The locomotive and tender.

The locomotive and tender are reversed up to their carriages to form a train. Sign on front of the train says Gainsborough Model Railway Society.

Visitors looking at a steam train. People climb onto it to look in the engine carriage or locomotive. People being hoisted up in a LNER carriage. Engine number the Golden Eagle, engineer shows people the During The Steam Age; York Station In 1957 - No Artist - This Is York. Mother and daughter wait for train.

Mother opens door of stationary carriage. From train window, the station platform. Holiday makers or day trippers walk along platform in bright sunlight. A family group or group of friends on railway station platform, probably Aldeburgh in Suffolk. Caption: 'Good-Bye'. The tank engine steams off hauling a passenger train. The people wave. A young man runs alongside to the end of the platform People greet one another on the platform.

The Railplane is a single carriage passenger carrier suspended on tracks from above and supported by tracks below, with enough clearance. A record of the activities of trainspotters at King's Cross and Euston stations in and Duke and Duchess of York disembark form a train and take a place in the stand to watch the parade to celebrate the anniversary of the Stockton to darlington first passenger railway service 's Stranger - Various - Awesome Fiesta Siete 7 track with crowds alongside watching engines go by.

Early C19 locomotive engine. Track alongside field with thinner James Watt. Highland scenery. Highland cattle. John Macadam road building in the 19th Century Shot.


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  2. A record of the activities of trainspotters at King's Cross railway station in At King's Cross, boys record in their Ian Allan books LNER 'A1' No Great Northern. The locomotive and tender. The locomotive and tender are reversed up to their carriages to form a train.
  3. New York station WEAF. accepted the first radio commercial, a minute spot for Long Island brownstone apartments. The combined ratings of all the networks or stations during a specific time period provide an estimate of the total number of important to understand a SHARE. a steam-driven computer. Charles Babbage.
  4. The Sounds Of A Great Station, During The Steam Age; York Station In A2: Steam Locomotives Of The 'D' And '' Classes, Of Which Representatives Are Preserved At The National Railway Museum, York: B1: The National Railway Museum's G.N.R. 'Atlantic', No. 'Heanry Oakley', At Work On The K.W.V.R. 'Joem' With A D.V.R. Passenger Train At York, Layerthorpe: B2.
  5. BUILT in for the London and North Eastern Railway (LNER), the Flying Scotsman - LNER Class Pacific steam locomotive No. to give it its Sunday name - is one of the world’s most famous steam locomotives.:Flying Scotsman in Doncaster.
  6. Apr 13,  · Pinewood Stock Can material. Shot along railway tracks as steam train approaches camera from the distance. Nice shot as locomotive and carriages pass the camera. Different location - steam .
  7. (Right) The first York railway station was opened in by the York and North Midland Railway on Queen Street outside the walls of the city. It was succeeded in , by what is now York old railway station inside the city walls.
  8. Sounds of Steam Locomotives, No. 1: Stack Music Sampler; or Steam, Steel and Action. He explains that “Stack Music” is “that delightful sound caused by super heated steam, exhausted from the cylinder, through the stack of a locomotive.” Other sounds include the wheels clanking on the tracks, bells ringing and other engine sounds.

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