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#BritainsMostScenicBusRoute #Pickering, #NorthYorkshireMoorsRailway, #RailTrail

This week we alight at Pickering on...
#BritainsMostScenicBusRoute #Pickering, #NorthYorkshireMoorsRailway, #RailTrail

This week we alight at Pickering on Britain's most scenic bus route. We explore the town of Pickering including St Peter & St Paul's church, Pickering Castle, Beck Isle Museum and venture onwards to Grosmont using the North Yorkshire Moors Railway. We then explore the scenic Rail Trail walk to Goathland where we connect with our Coastliner 840 bus. Join us as we explore the calling points on this exciting bus route through North Yorkshire's idyllic scenery. For useful information and links please visit

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YORKSHIRE DALES TOUR FEATURING BRIMHAM ROCKS, PATELEY BRIDGE AND HOW STEAN GORGE

"Natural Beauty of Nidderdale”
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YORKSHIRE DALES TOUR FEATURING BRIMHAM ROCKS, PATELEY BRIDGE AND HOW STEAN GORGE

"Natural Beauty of Nidderdale”
Filmed 1st November 2016
Running time: 20 minutes

I spend a day exploring the lovely Nidderdale in the Yorkshire Dales. After a spectacular start at the amazing Brimham Rocks I visit the pretty town of Pateley Bridge containing the oldest sweet shop in England. Heading north I visit Gouthwaite Reservoir to finish at the fascinating How Stean Gorge, where I need to wear my hard hat…..

Filmed in the Yorkshire Dales in the county of North Yorkshire. Locations include Brimham Rocks, Pateley Bridge, Gouthwaite Reservoir, Ramsgill and How Stean Gorge.

Written, researched, directed, camera and sound, edited and music by Patrick Leach.

Any other names credited in this film, i.e. Bob Morgan and Martin Roy, are pseudonyms, which I used at the time of making this film. However, I no longer use these pseudonyms as I want viewers to be clear that my films are completely my own work.

For more details and information check out my website - http://solitaryrambler.co.uk/071

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Scotland, located in the north of the United Kingdom, is a fascinating and atmospheric land. A land of Celtic myths...
Scotland, located in the north of the United Kingdom, is a fascinating and atmospheric land. A land of Celtic myths and legends with green hills, barren highlands, mysterious lakes and mighty castles.In the centre of the capital the impressive Edinburgh Castle crowns the hard basalt cone of an extinct volcano, the historic heart of the nation. The beauty of the dense forests and hills of the Trossachs was made famous by author, Sir Walter Scott, in the nineteenth century. It is the most scenic region in central Scotland and possesses grandiose, wild and romantic scenery. The remote Loch Katrine brings to mind Sir Walter Scott’s poem, The Lady Of The Lake. On the Firth Of Lorne is Kilmartin Glen one of the most important prehistoric regions in Scotland. Here, standing-stone, three metre high monoliths are scattered across meadows with grazing sheep. The Bronze Age megalithic grave mounds and stone circles can be seen from Duchraigaig Cairn. Across the north runs the Great Glen with Loch Linnhe, Lochy and Ness marking its course which passes through some amazing landscapes. In Fort William Train Station, the Jacobite is awaiting its passengers. The huge black monster is an impressive sight. Slowly, the nostalgic train moves off and begins its journey on one of the most beautiful railway routes in the world. The history of Glenfarclas is as colourful as the whisky of the same name. It is the story of the Grant Family and their distillery. ‘Scottish Gold’ must be stored for at least three years until the traditional taste of single malt whisky is produced but it can often be left to mature for between twelve and fifty years. Scotland is like a land from an ancient and historic time whose real treasure is its natural, rugged scenery!

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Take a look back at some of Trigger's funniest moments, as he sells his dodgy briefcases, explains why he stood in...
Take a look back at some of Trigger's funniest moments, as he sells his dodgy briefcases, explains why he stood in the dark for an hour and of course, the iconic broom scene.

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Composed by Andrew Lloyd Webber.
Arranged by Ray Steadman=Allen.

Soprano Cornet : Peter Roberts
Flugelhorn : Iwan...
Composed by Andrew Lloyd Webber.
Arranged by Ray Steadman=Allen.

Soprano Cornet : Peter Roberts
Flugelhorn : Iwan Williams
& YBS Band
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Finlandia, Op. 26 is a symphonic poem by the Finnish composer Jean Sibelius. The first version was written in 1899,...
Finlandia, Op. 26 is a symphonic poem by the Finnish composer Jean Sibelius. The first version was written in 1899, and it was revised in 1900. The piece was composed for the Press Celebrations of 1899, a covert protest against increasing censorship from the Russian Empire, as the last of seven pieces, each performed as an accompaniment to a tableau depicting episodes from Finnish history.

The premiere was on 2 July 1900 in Helsinki with the Helsinki Philharmonic Society conducted by Robert Kajanus. A typical performance takes anywhere from 7½ to 9 minutes.

A recurrent joke within Finland at this time was the renaming of Finlandia at various musical concerts so as to avoid Russian censorship. Titles under which the piece masqueraded were numerous, a famously flippant example being Happy Feelings at the awakening of Finnish Spring.

Most of the piece is taken up with rousing and turbulent music, evoking the national struggle of the Finnish people. But towards the end, a calm comes over the orchestra, and the serenely melodic Finlandia Hymn is heard. Often incorrectly cited as a traditional folk melody, the Hymn section is of Sibelius's own creation.

Although initially composed for orchestra, in 1900 Sibelius arranged the entire work for solo piano.

Sibelius later reworked the Finlandia Hymn into a stand-alone piece. This hymn, with words written in 1941 by Veikko Antero Koskenniemi, is one of the most important national songs of Finland (though Maamme is the national anthem). With different words, it is also sung as a Christian hymn (Be Still, My Soul), and was the national anthem of the short-lived African state of Biafra (Land of the Rising Sun).

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Wild Scandinavia / Wildes Skandinavien / (2011)
Directors: Oliver Goetzl
Writers: Oliver Goetzl
Cinematography: Ivo Nörenberg, Jan Henriksson and Rolf Steinmann
Gulo Film Productions
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A film showing a day in the life of York Station in 1953. When I was a young man working for British Rail I used to...
A film showing a day in the life of York Station in 1953. When I was a young man working for British Rail I used to show this film as a BR projectionist (princely sum of £5 per visit!) to Women's Institute groups, etc.
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Robson tells the remarkable story of Flying Scotsman, the most famous steam engine in the world. He spends a year...
Robson tells the remarkable story of Flying Scotsman, the most famous steam engine in the world. He spends a year (2015) with the team rebuilding the engine, gets involved in its reconstruction and follows its progress from the workshop to the railway line. Meanwhile Robson hits the road to learn more about its history, how steam changed the world and reveals the astonishing story of its rebirth. Robson realises a boyhood dream: riding on the footplate of the world’s most iconic steam engine.
(one-off documentary, 22 April 2016)
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Mega Manufacturing: Pierce - Fire Truck Manufacturer | 4K Engineering Documentary

What is created here is intended...
Mega Manufacturing: Pierce - Fire Truck Manufacturer | 4K Engineering Documentary

What is created here is intended to save lives for once: Pierce Manufacturing: the world's largest manufacturer of fire trucks.

It is the largest manufacturer of fire trucks in the world: Pierce Manufacturing in Wisconsin, USA. 1400 trucks are being built here every year – and each truck is one of a kind. Customers determine every detail from the first sketch on the 3D model to the finished truck. More than 13,000 individual components - most of them laboriously crafted by hand - are turned into an absolutely individual fire-fighting vehicle. Even the lettering and coats of arms so popular in North America are the result of Pierce's manual work with brushes and genuine gold leaf. All this is only possible with a lot of experience. The three thousand employees have on average twelve years of professional experience. After all, not just any product is manufactured here, but in case of emergencies their quality is a matter of life and death. The demands placed on a fire -fighting truck are correspondingly high: heavy as a truck, it must nevertheless be extremely manoeuvrable and fast.

Take a mega-frame, a cab equipped with lots of high-tech, a high-performance water pump and a gigantic ladder: We accompany the production of a popular Enforcer fire truck from the very first step - the construction of the chassis - to the final acceptance by the customer. One of the highlights is the assembly of the TAK4 wheel axle. Developed in the military sector, it enables cornering at top speed without tipping over.

After approximately three months of production, the grand finale is the installation of a gigantic 33-meter turntable ladder on the roof of the Enforcer. A nerve-wracking task for the workers. Using two crane winches, they have to install the component, which weighs tons, with millimetre precision. No cable must be damaged. The final inspection shows whether the installation was successful. Then the customer receives his very own personal emergency vehicle.

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The headhunters road Kalinga in filipino is aptly named even if the region's heads haven't been rolling for a long...
The headhunters road Kalinga in filipino is aptly named even if the region's heads haven't been rolling for a long time. It said the spirits of the mountains still have a taste for them when it comes to cutting the road.
Christopher and his men face the same struggle against the mountain every day. Their job is to remove the thousands of cubic meters of rocks blocking the road in record time.
Further down the valley lies the town of Bontoc. It is neither Airport nor railway station, so the road is vital for its 15,000 inhabitants. If the Kalinga is blocked, the entire region is paralyzed and even the bone snake charms are powerless.
Bus 532 with 20 years of service is about to leave for one of the most dangerous roads in the Philippines: the Kalinga on the island of Luzon. It relays Bontoc to the regional capital of Tabuk to the north through the Cordillera mountains. A Tough road under construction for nearly a century, but which still resembles a track. It takes almost a day if all goes well to travel.
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Mega Constructions: Biggest Marshaling Yard, Suspension Bridge & Intersection | Engineering Documentary

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Mega Constructions: Biggest Marshaling Yard, Suspension Bridge & Intersection | Engineering Documentary

00:06 The largest shunting station in Europe
A gigantic network of rails: We take a look behind the scenes of Europe's largest shunting station.

09:52 The longest suspension bridge in Europe
A new suspension bridge has just opened in Reutte in Tyrol. With over 70 tons and 400 meters, it is currently the longest suspension bridge in Europe. We show how this mega project came about and why a small toy helicopter played such an important role during construction.

25:09 World's Biggest Intersection
This is the biggest and craziest intersection in the world: 5 levels, 20 junctions. Navigating your car through it or crossing as a pedestrian can be quite the adventure, and dangerous to boot. We take a look at the mechanizations of this intersection and how it all works!
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Not only cheese spaetzle and Kneipp baths come from the beautiful Allgäu in Germany. The world's largest...
Not only cheese spaetzle and Kneipp baths come from the beautiful Allgäu in Germany. The world's largest agricultural machinery has been produced in Marktoberdorf in Swabia since 1930. With 3,000 employees, the Fendt company is the German market leader in the manufacture of tractors, combine harvesters and harvesting machines. The WELT reporters follow the path of a “1000 Vario” tractor from construction to sale to the farmer and show how Bavarian high-tech makes life easier for farmers in this country and worldwide.

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Learn how the amazing big ben operates. Subscribe to Discovery TV for more great clips:...
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7 Best of Biggest Tractors Engines in The World

This video is about the 7 Best of Biggest Tractors Engines in The...
7 Best of Biggest Tractors Engines in The World

This video is about the 7 Best of Biggest Tractors Engines in The World
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This video is about biggest tractors in the world. If you wanna know which tractor are biggest in the world watch...
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http://www.yfaonline.com/ As late as the 1970s, a sport peculiar to the north of England was still being played in...
http://www.yfaonline.com/ As late as the 1970s, a sport peculiar to the north of England was still being played in the Calder Valley.

Knur and spell -- more usually billets or billeting, a variation of the ancient game played locally, attracted huge support in its heyday, with hundreds of pounds changing hands.

Knur and spell is believed to have originated in medieval times and was often played on Shrove Tuesday and Good Friday.

The game was at the height of its popularity in the 19th century, played mainly in Lancashire and Yorkshire. Billets, or billeting, acquired an equally enthusiastic following in the Calder Valley area where players congregated on any large open field and competed for prizes such as copper kettles.

Interest dwindled as wages rose and working men were able to afford to indulge in sports such as poncey space wasting golf. There are still many, however, who have fond memories of knur and spell, truly game of the English working class.
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The Barnsley singer and social historian Dave Cherry explores the long, forgotten, coal mines of Barnsley.
Barnsley...
The Barnsley singer and social historian Dave Cherry explores the long, forgotten, coal mines of Barnsley.
Barnsley was once the centre of the coal industry but now all the collieries are closed.
Here Dave concentrates on the early mines of the nineteenth century.
He finds where the rich coal seams outcropped and studies the way the early pits mined coal and where the collieries were.
He meets mining historian Steve Wyatt who has made a study of the old pits and finds Victorian mines in very unusual places--in an Asda car park, in front of a 'posh' house and in a council estate.
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Two years late (because they weren't paying attention) James takes the Alfa Romeo 159 out for a spin. But to really...
Two years late (because they weren't paying attention) James takes the Alfa Romeo 159 out for a spin. But to really test out the car, James will be racing against a man in a wetsuit to see who can cross the Humber River first, because that's how they do things on Top Gear. Clip taken from series 10, episode 5.

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