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    Given the lockdown in Canada and the States, some recent videos for watching on Youtube
    Clear Tracks PRR (1946)
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VxwaWt43Sz4
    New Have
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Zk8htfb2-h0
    From vintage channel: Speed Graphic Film and Video
    https://www.youtube.com/user/rboylan/videos


    What other ones are there?

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    Try the Railroad Media Archive on YT and go from there.
    https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCa1...EinIMRQ/videos
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    One of my coworkers is Australian. He suggested if I get bored I could always watch Skippy The Bush Kangaroo. I got as far as this:

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7serkwcCklE

    No thanks....
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    Quote Originally Posted by ranulf View Post
    One of my coworkers is Australian. He suggested if I get bored I could always watch Skippy The Bush Kangaroo. I got as far as this:

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7serkwcCklE

    No thanks....
    Hahaha , used to watch that as a kid , around the same time I was watching Lassie and Flipper
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    Lassie yes. Flipper yes. Even Mr. Ed and Rin Tin Tin. But Skippy? That's peanut butter.

    Huletts. Plenty of loader and dumper videos out there but this is the only one on my Favorites. Start at 6 minutes, Whiskey Island. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JErREoMOdDc

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    Quote Originally Posted by NtheBasement View Post
    Lassie yes. Flipper yes. Even Mr. Ed and Rin Tin Tin. But Skippy? That's peanut butter.

    Huletts. Plenty of loader and dumper videos out there but this is the only one on my Favorites. Start at 6 minutes, Whiskey Island. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JErREoMOdDc
    Might have something to do with Skippy being Australian , and in the Netherlands even then we got to see almost everything . And all of them ( English , French and German series ) with subtitling , the reason most Dutch speak several languages
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    Hay algunas Asterix y Obelix videos cuando esta un nino?

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    Does anyone watch/participate in any Modeling Live Streams?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Heath N Scale View Post
    Does anyone watch/participate in any Modeling Live Streams?
    There's a few folks in the UK I watch occasionally. They do OO but it's nice to talk to others in the hobby, even if it is a different scale.

    Not sure I could really do a live stream myself, at least when it comes to model railroading. Perhaps one of the various train related PC games I have could work.

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    Quote Originally Posted by SimRacin14 View Post
    Not sure I could really do a live stream myself, at least when it comes to model railroading.
    Me neither. The first time I glued my fingers together with CA or stabbed my opposite thumb with an X-Acto would bring down the house, but when I did it again after a few minutes, viewers would then start flooding Vegas with prop bets for a third occurrence. I wouldn't want to have that pressure.

    Perhaps a live stream of @Moose2013 cleaning his train room? A blend of "Animal Planet" and reality TV. ...
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    Not a video but some dramatic pictures of the world that we live in now.

    https://www.theatlantic.com/photo/20...ndemic/608824/
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    Santa Fe Passenger Trains in the 1950's (3 parts)
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zTslXXsktJI
    From: SoCalTrainFan
    https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC7d...ysk6tww/videos

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    "Last of the Giants," a tribute to the Big Boys. Skip ahead about 1:30 from the start to get past the poster's opening blather.

    https://youtu.be/Tfg8Rql8L9I

    https://youtu.be/e4mxEwhOilw

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    I've been watching a live stream on YouTube the last day or two from Tokyo, Japan, of a busy section of railway. It seems like something is going by every few seconds, and three to four moving trains on screen at once is not uncommon. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KBFCLXkb38A

    Busiest times are around rush hour of course, morning rush hour is around 5-7pm EST (Japan is about 11 hours ahead of the eastern U.S.) I recognize a lot of stuff on there since I've seen the Kato models of them!

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