Links to and discussion of garden railway video footage
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BorisSpencer wrote: ↑
Mon Jan 11, 2021 12:24 am
Peter Butler wrote: ↑
Sun Jan 10, 2021 4:49 pm
I'm a Peckforton-oholic too, and thankfully there is no cure!
Careful, Rik's getting you hooked, next thing you'll be having to buy special edition DVDs with bonus footage and directors cuts!
Rik has already been kind enough to use his skills with his camera to create a video of my railway.......
I can think of no better way of enjoying our joint efforts.
The best things in life are free.... so why am I doing this?
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I have seen this video before and I love it. It shows how good a line can be with a little care and attention to detail. This has to be one of the best lines in the UK, for me anyway...
By the way have you seen how many like's the video has and how many dislikes....NO dislikes...and,
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It amazes me how quickly people start watching my videos. With the latest one, I uploaded it and by the time I'd copied the URL to paste a link on the forum, it had already had three views and one like. I hadn't even had a chance to watch it online myself.
I do enjoy making the videos - and watching them myself as a record of how things have developed over the years. It's a bonus that others quite like watching them as well.....
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