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HarryR
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Preserved Steam on Video

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Hi
Some of you may already know of the Youtube channel PSOV - Preserved Steam on Video https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCs2Xvk ... cSpKqjhYDA

For those that dont Sir Nigel Gresley filmed from the M5 in 2014 will serve as an intro

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rl99_Gpvkl4
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I think there is somewhere the uneditted version of that chase which includes some of the car driver's comments and at one point a shot of the Speedo. Best left without credits. I didn't know mini Speedos went up that far!
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I did not know! Thank for the link, will be looking at it now.

Just finished watching it. What a ride. What a splendid piece of history, and a superb narrative that went beyond the statistics of it all. Moreover, the soft, rolling hills of the Settle Carlisle route was just beautiful to look at. The stone walls looks so old and so permanent, they appear to have grown from the very soil. Also gave me some ideas for putting in some gentle hills on "Henley."
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