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Train videos

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Eritrea 2018

https://youtu.be/Si6TH9Je4Bg

Just a short, compressed version of the coming video.

A sad story from Africa.
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Excellent video and effects as usual. You might want to slightly correct the English translation by moving "are" to the position after "mind" ("...that people with a clear mind are no adequate basis for..."). And is there a final figure in the date "192x"? In that regard, have you got the author's name correct? Is it really only P. Howard -- or is it P. Howard Anderson who wrote a number of books about British railways in the 1920s and 30s?
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Thanks Ken

In the final film I will surely correct the text.. .. ( we have talk to google as well... :-) )

The author's name is correct and he had nothing to do with railways, but had an excellent eye to analyse the social development in the first half of the last century, especially in relation to Africa.
I do not know if any of his books was ever published in English, the name is a pseudonym....
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My latest production, with my home designed robotcams and other special equipment:

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https://youtu.be/T7P8N3y90u4
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I reedited my 15 years film from South America. The original was edited by Ulead VS 4 in 1440x1080 format. The new version was edited by VS2018 (just a single crash :lol: )
The video is historic, some part of the line is closed ie the scenes are not repeatable. I am looking for the name of two stations (empty title boxes). I lost my notices and I am not sure about the locality. Any help is appreciated.


https://youtu.be/mj8Ih9gpLN8
https://youtu.be/qZHCjDErlO4
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