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(CAB RIDE) Liverpool Lime Street - Crewe. (Please Read Description)
We join a Virgin Pendolino on its departure for London Euston, this service called at Crewe so we were allowed to travel in the cab from Liverpool - Crewe. *Note*- I have added music over the video to protect the drivers identity, sorry. This video has been copied by another Youtuber, please dislike that video, as this is theft. I haven't reported the video because of the threat of being shutdown.
Views: 101544 houndog1372
Fort William to London by sleeper train:  The Deerstalker.
A magical summer night's journey from Fort William to London on the Caledonian Sleeper train, showing the sleeper compartments, the lounge car and the wonderful West Highland scenery on a summer's evening. For more photos, practical information & how to buy tickets see https://www.seat61.com/deerstalker.htm. Includes departure from Ft William, Monessie Gorge, Loch Treig, Rannoch Moor, Corrour summit, the horseshoe curve, waking up in England, arrival at London Euston and more. Ft William depart 19:50, London arrive around 07:50. Runs daily except Saturdays all year round except 24, 25, 26 December. Fares from £85 with a bed in a 2-bed sleeper, from £135 with a first class single-berth.
Views: 83145 Mark Smith
Last Voyage Paris - Berlin CityNightLine Train in Sleeper Deluxe Cabin
Le dernier train de nuit Paris - Berlin; A sad day in European passenger railway history; On December 12, 2014 at 20h15 the CityNightLine Sleeper Train CNL 451 Paris to Berlin, Hamburg and Munich has begun its final voyage; Deutsche Bahn and SNCF have decided to cancel the night train between France and Germany; You may the last departure from another perspective here from minute 8:32 (this video was published by mika67407) http://youtu.be/5LGG7JJNkhA A special thanks to the volunteers of the "Save the Night Train!" / "Sauvons Train de Nuit", who organized a demonstration at Paris Gare de L'Est and distributed leaflets around the station and in the train; For this last CityNightLine train from Paris I have chosen to buy a berth in a Deluxe Sleeper cabin (with a shower) inside a modern Comfortline sleeper car of Deutsche Bahn; I felt the occupancy of the train was rather low - so sad! This night the CNL train travelled via Nancy, Strasbourg and the German border station Kehl
View from window of Virgin Pendolino Train
A few minutes of the view from the window across the carriage of a the Virgin Pendolino service from Glasgow Central (1540hrs departure on 04 April 2013) to London Euston as it passes through the Scottish Southern Uplands.
Views: 796 bill a graham
Venice Simplon Orient Express:  Video guide
A video guide to the Venice Simplon Orient Express - for departure dates, timetable, prices & tickets see https://www.seat61.com/Venice-Simplon-Orient-Express.htm The video shows check-in at London, brunch on the British Pullman train to Folkestone, crossing the Channel by coach on the Eurotunnel shuttle train, and the Continental train from Calais to Paris & Venice showing the sleeping-cars, bar, all 3 restaurant cars & the excellent food at dinner. The VSOE takes the Arlberg & Brenner route to Venice, so also see the Arlberg Pass scenery video at http://youtu.be/KV1G58ot71k?list=PLQgmEKV-TsAO_dEwJ0bsXF02B23AQljTc and the Brenner Pass scenery video at http://youtu.be/uucEm3op7uc?list=PLQgmEKV-TsAO_dEwJ0bsXF02B23AQljTc. Oh, and on a personal note, at 00:07:13 in this video you'll see S-type sleeping-car 3425 at Paris. In that very end vestibule of 3425 right in front of the camera, Mrs Seat61 & I accidentally got engaged in a snowstorm somewhere in the Brenner Pass, back in October 2003.
Views: 638629 Mark Smith
CAS On The Caledonian Sleeper
A journey I've always wanted to do! We're on 'The Deerstalker' from Euston to Fort William. Includes rare footage of a lounge car without power! Watch bonus footage of the return journey through the Highlands: https://youtu.be/c0f8gP11KWg --- Buy your own LIVE Departure Board: http://www.CallingAllStations.co.uk/D... Website: http://www.CallingAllStations.co.uk Twitter: http://www.Twitter.co.uk/CASRailwayBlog
Views: 22610 Andy Carter
A slow train to Euston
A sloooow, all stations (kinda) London Midland service (350267) leaves Birmingham International for London Euston.
Views: 44 bill a graham
London Victoria Railway Station - Friday 23rd January 2015
A look at London Victoria Railway Station on the late morning and early afternoon of Friday 23rd January 2015. Victoria, London's second busiest rail terminal, is situated in the south west part of the city near Hyde Park and is the principal station for destinations along the south coast including Brighton, Littlehampton, Bognor Regis and Eastbourne as well as the south London suburbs such as Peckham. At the end of this video, steam locomotive SR Merchant Navy Class 4-6-2 number 35028 'Clan Line' is seen at the station waiting to depart with the 'Belmond British Pullman' to Shelford. For a full description of the station click here: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/London_Victoria_station Links to a few of my other railway videos: LONDON EUSTON http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YJtAtzsOuzY LONDON MARYLEBONE https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=eloFp5QD0nM LONDON PADDINGTON http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0tJrt5pxro8 LONDON CHARING CROSS http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=MyEM5CwR9mI LONDON WATERLOO http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bXu7NyCLd-E LONDON FENCHURCH STREET https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GFjDQsM6h24 LONDON LIVERPOOL STREET http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=oZ_VsK-rPjY LONDON KING'S CROSS https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Sbr4Eu1kYwE NORWICH http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xB2wEoXjwK8 BRIGHTON http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=F7HcCC7d1oM BOURNEMOUTH http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HRVfxEEHeWQ EXETER ST DAVIDS http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PQvD_yMFhhc BRISTOL TEMPLE MEADS https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NDN-mEjVs8A SWINDON http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=eOxb7tE1qwE CARDIFF CENTRAL http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QgFCO5fRAqA CARDIFF QUEEN STREET http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=yDm6qZYMn28 HEREFORD https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4vwIkw5zWx4 LUTON https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=A87FeeLGbTI MILTON KEYNES CENTRAL https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ctgebT_jTXI COVENTRY https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HXcfOTAp_EM BIRMINGHAM INTERNATIONAL https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vDRUma1mIaQ BIRMINGHAM NEW STREET https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=btSXgTtP2E4 BIRMINGHAM SNOW HILL https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Wiq6kKKU_A4 WOLVERHAMPTON http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LUS0VFEnarc STAFFORD https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wo-_JanKlXI STOKE-ON-TRENT https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=psxhBchHzCw DERBY https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=IzUI-F98jXs NOTTINGHAM https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xzq-9_DFT6w CREWE http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UbEUO4I4UaU CHESTER https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kUwqMxFOAs0 STOCKPORT https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vYIAj4aKQ4g MANCHESTER PICCADILLY http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6b7q3IKtM3o MANCHESTER VICTORIA http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-1hVZeJiaao WARRINGTON BANK QUAY https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=keCdNQ8nrqg WARRINGTON CENTRAL https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=oazs9hF7Hb8 LIVERPOOL LIME STREET http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DPk9-Qp18pg WIGAN NORTH WESTERN https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XyfGjIdYFdY WIGAN WALLGATE https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xA8iUtZ5Orc PRESTON https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qsSIJ7p_auA SHEFFIELD http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0MR5dnP4VOc DONCASTER https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lRXK7Juro98 HUDDERSFIELD http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1gdjk7TcXTQ LEEDS https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hwnv0Yid_Co BRADFORD INTERCHANGE https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ehXYili6bZE BRADFORD FORSTER SQUARE https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=yYLOGiHMfZA LANCASTER https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=AyA9UjguY6I CARLISLE https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xXJkX203q-A YORK http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5ts5_I7nZPA HULL https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=G89qbN-ZnRc DARLINGTON http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Bf2orIDWtr4 NEWCASTLE https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nM0pfk6GK2I GLASGOW CENTRAL http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vtDJEItmZRc GLASGOW QUEEN STREET http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=P9dHEtIHoXo
Vienna to London by train in a single day
A train ride from Vienna to London in a single day, no airports, no flights - just a chill-out day by train, firmly on the ground. Vienna depart 06:52 via Frankfurt & Brussels to London St Pancras arriving 21:03. For practical info & tickets see https://www.seat61.com/Austria.htm The video shows departure from Vienna Westbahnhof, as of December 2014 the ICEs to Frankfurt now depart from the new Vienna Hauptbahnhof.
Views: 1313004 Mark Smith
Places to see in ( London - UK ) St. Pancras International Station
Places to see in ( London - UK ) St. Pancras International Station St Pancras railway station, also known as London St Pancras and since 2007 as St Pancras International, is a central London railway terminus located on Euston Road in the London Borough of Camden. Widely known for its Victorian architecture, St. Pancras International Station is a Grade I listed building and stands between the British Library, Regent's Canal and King's Cross railway station, with whom it shares a London Underground station named Kings Cross St. Pancras. St. Pancras International Station was opened in 1868 by the Midland Railway as the southern terminus of its main line, which connected London with the East Midlands and Yorkshire. When inaugurated, the arched train shed by William Henry Barlow was the largest single-span roof in the world. Today, Midland main line services to Corby, Sheffield and Nottingham are operated by East Midlands Trains, and St Pancras is a stop on the Thameslink route as well as being the terminus of Southeastern high-speed trains to Kent. After escaping planned demolition in the 1960s, the complex was renovated and expanded from 2001 to 2007 at a cost of £800 million, culminating in a ceremony attended by Queen Elizabeth II and extensive publicity introducing it as a public space. A security-sealed terminal area was constructed for Eurostar services to continental Europe via High Speed 1 and the Channel Tunnel, with platforms for domestic trains to the north and south-east of England. The restored station has 15 platforms, a shopping centre, and a coach facility. St Pancras is owned by London and Continental Railways (LCR) and is managed by Network Rail (High Speed), a subsidiary of Network Rail. ( London - UK) is well know as a tourist destination because of the variety of places you can enjoy while you are visiting the city of London . Through a series of videos we will try to show you recommended places to visit in London - UK Join us for more : https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCLP2J3yzHO9rZDyzie5Y5Og http://placestoseein87.blogspot.com.eg/ https://plus.google.com/108460845579164318812 https://www.facebook.com/placestoseein87/ https://twitter.com/Placestoseein1 https://www.tumblr.com/blog/placestoseein https://www.pinterest.com/placestoseein87/places-to-see-in/
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Spain Fast Train to Seville from Madrid - 1st Class Train Travel Preferente RENFE AVE  in Europe
Travel with Simon by train to Seville in the south of Spain. Starting with the fast train from Toledo north of Madrid to Madrid Puerto de Attoccha railway station where I change trains and travel 1st Class or as it is known Preferente Class to Seville. This travel video is part of my Spain Travel Vlog series, I am currently travelling around Europe and this is my first Preferente 1st class train journey in Spain. The railway network in Spain is excellent and the trains super fast. ---------------------------------- Travel Vlog Schedule ---------------------------------- Next Travel Video: Monday 30th July 2018 I post new travel videos to Youtube on Mondays and Thursdays ------------------------------------------------------ New to my Travel Video Channel? ------------------------------------------------------ Hi my name is Simon, join me to Travel with Simon as I vlog my way around the world one country at a time. I hope I inspire you to travel somewhere new yourself, or maybe revisit one of your favourite places with my Travel Guide videos. In my travel vlogs I will share with you how to get to some of the most beautiful and inspirational destinations on the earth, as well as top travel tips and cost of traveling. I would be delighted to answer any questions you leave in the comments section of videos, or leave a comment to suggest where I should travel to next. Subscribe to join me on the next adventure for more travel inspiration. Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/travelwithsimon1/ Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/travel_with_simon/ Website: http://www.travelwithsimon.com/
Views: 2042 Travel with Simon
London to Marseille EUROSTAR DIRECT
London St Pancras to Marseille Saint Charles onboard a Eurostar direct service. Filmed 25/7/16 NEW VIDEOS EVERY FRIDAY
Views: 15787 joeblogsbedford
Caledonian Sleeper, First Class, London to Inverness
Fancy being a Patron? https://www.patreon.com/paulstripreports Follow me on Snapchat: pauls_trips ¦ https://snapchat.com/add/pauls_trips Follow me on Twitter: @pauls_trips ¦ https://twitter.com/pauls_trips Follow me on Instagram: paulstripreports ¦ https://www.instagram.com/paulstripre... Date of Travel: 01 FEB 2017 TOC: Caledonian Sleeper Consist: Class 90/Class 67 locomotive + 16 MkII/MkIII carriages Livery: Old CS livery Route: EUS-INV Travel Time: 13h03m Miles: 567 Remarks: None Thanks for finding my video and pressing play! Join me as I take the Caledonian Sleeper - one of Britain's oldest trains - between London Euston and Inverness in the Scottish Highlands. Featuring a detailed walkaround of the sleeper berth, lounge car, dinner, breakfast and all the quirks of the journey in between. Everything you need to know about the present sleeper, its past, and the exciting plans for the future is here: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Caledonian_Sleeper MY MOST-WATCHED VIDEO - BRITISH AIRWAYS FIRST CLASS 787 REPORT: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4LRFy... ANOTHER TRAIN TRIP: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FYyRAdfHalc&list=PL-NSRmEdAZbOChpKx89tgNbYlQCsBrOns&index=2 #paulstripreports #vlog #review #trains #travel #aviation #avgeek #railfan Music: Audionautix - Sailor's Lament ***DON’T FORGET TO SUBSCRIBE!***
Views: 218757 Paul's Trip Reports
Japanese Train Ride, Tokyo, Seibu Ikebukuro Line
A ride on the Seibu Ikebukuro Line from Nerima to Ikebukuro Tokyo. This is rare footage taken from on board one of the yellow trains that has recently been retired from service. About half of the way through the video the train stops at a station and lets another train pass. Interestingly you can see the switch change as the train is at rest, followed by the signal turning green just prior to departure. I have many wonderful memories of riding the yellow trains on this line to and from Ikebukuro with my Grandmother as a young child. This is my first video upload to YouTube, and it is dedicated to my Grandmother. Nana Genki De!!
Views: 90015 wingedsuperyak
Italian Trains: Bernina Railway, Cab view; Tirano departure, 17 Sep 14
Travel on the Bernina Railway, between St.Moritz & Tirano, across the Bernina Pass. Filmed from Rhaetian Railways (RhB) service, 1340 hrs from Tirano, Italy to St. Moritz. Only the first few minutes of the trip are actually in Italy. Train was hauled by 3 car EMU, ABe 8/12 #3515, “Alois Carigiet”
Views: 22891 Video Mitch
Japan, a train arriving at a railway station, 1900's  Film 91148
Japan. Japan, a train arriving at a railway station, 1900's
Views: 544 HuntleyFilmArchives
The New Caledonian Sleeper
Caledonian Sleeper is the collective name for overnight sleeper train services between London and Scotland, in the United Kingdom. It is one of only two sleeper services on the railway in the United Kingdom (the other being the Night Riviera between London and Penzance). Two services depart London each night from Sunday to Friday and travel via the West Coast Main Line to Scotland. The earlier departure divides at Edinburgh into portions for Aberdeen, Fort William and Inverness. The later departure serves Edinburgh and Glasgow splitting at Carstairs. Five London bound portions depart from these destinations each night, combining into two trains at Edinburgh and Carstairs. Since April 2015, the has been a standalone franchise operated by Serco. Prior to this it was part of the ScotRail franchise.
Views: 79487 Trains TrainsTrains
Grand Central Rail First Class, London Kings Cross - Sunderland
Fancy being a Patron? https://www.patreon.com/paulstripreports Follow me on Snapchat: pauls_trips ¦ https://snapchat.com/add/pauls_trips Follow me on Twitter: @pauls_trips ¦ https://twitter.com/pauls_trips Follow me on Instagram: paulstripreports ¦ https://www.instagram.com/paulstripre... Date of Travel: 10 MAR 2017 TOC: Grand Central Consist: 5 car HST set / Class 43 Livery: Grand Central Standard Route: KGX-SUN Travel Time: 03h45m Miles: 265mi 34ch Remarks: None Thanks for finding my video and pressing play! Join me as I take a relaxing trip with Grand Central,one of the few open-access train operators in Britain. I travel between London and Sunderland on a classic "Intercity 125", a design I rate so highly I place it on a par with Concorde. The Intercity 125 saved British Rail from complete obsolescence in the late 1970s, with its super-pragmatic and simple design, rounded off with distinctively British cab ends. These trains are still workhorses in Britain over 40 years after their introduction, thanks to their simple engineering and excellent passenger comfort. Enjoy the video! Who are Grand Central? (credit to Wiki...) Grand Central is an independent open-access operator of train services in the United Kingdom. It has operated passenger rail services on the East Coast Main Line from Sunderland to London King's Cross since December 2007; and from Bradford Interchange to London King's Cross since May 2010.[2] It is a subsidiary of Arriva UK Trains. Grand Central connects Yorkshire and the North East to London with two routes. Five daily services on the North East to London route run between Sunderland and London King's Cross calling at Hartlepool, Eaglescliffe, Northallerton, Thirsk and York. This route is known as the North Eastern service. Grand Central has in the past given names to two trains on this route. Contrary to tradition in British named train services, these were individual one-way trips rather than not pairs. In the 2008 timetable, the name The Zephyr was given to the early morning (06:41) departure from Sunderland, while the evening (16:50) train from London was called The 21st Century Limited. As of the 2012 timetable, these names are no longer used by the company. Four daily services which run on the Yorkshire to London route operate between Bradford Interchange and London King's Cross calling at Halifax, Brighouse, Mirfield, Wakefield Kirkgate, and Doncaster. Some services also call at Pontefract Monkhill. This is known as the West Riding (or West Yorkshire) service. MY MOST-WATCHED VIDEO - BRITISH AIRWAYS FIRST CLASS 787 REPORT: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4LRFy... ANOTHER TRAIN TRIP: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FYyRAdfHalc&list=PL-NSRmEdAZbOChpKx89tgNbYlQCsBrOns&index=2 #paulstripreports #vlog #review #trains #travel #aviation #avgeek #GRANDCENTRAL Music: Moldy Lotion - Light Foot / Lyvo - Traveller ***DON’T FORGET TO SUBSCRIBE!***
Views: 126536 Paul's Trip Reports
How to get live journey information with Trainline
Use the Trainline app's live departures board to get real-tie updates on your journeys when travelling by train. For more information on your journey: http://ow.ly/c1zH30dj7Ax ---------- We love travel, which is no surprise as Trainline is the world’s leading train ticket retailer. We go out of our way to make search and booking train tickets as simple as possible via our app so that you can enjoy your trips in the UK and around Europe for the best fare.
Views: 522 Trainline
Kashiwa Station Timelapse
Time lapse 360 RV of Kashiwa Station Plaza. Arriving in Kashiwa after a long flight, the train stations are bustling. In Japan they are often the main shopping centres as well as transport interchanges. Each station has it's own theme music so that weary travellers can tell where they are from the music. This film illustrates the frenetic nature of the station.
Views: 279 360events
9M59 1600 Glasgow to Euston Virgin Trains (West Coast) service departing on 23 February 2018
9M59 1600 Glasgow Central to London Euston via Birmingham Virgin Trains (West Coast) service departing on 23rd February 2018 Illustrates the howling noise due to excessive flange contact currently affecting Platform 4 at Carlisle.
Views: 68 Al Catel
Japan: Chuo line, Train Driver's Cab-view, 28Dec14
This video is about Japan Trains Driver Cab view on the Chuo line train line in Suburban Tokyo Filmed from the 1025hrs JR Chuo/Ome Line Rapid Service from Tokyo to Ome. The video is from Ochanomizu Station , departing at (2nd stop from Tokyo) to Shinjuku The train was operated by a 10 car E233 series set #T40
Views: 6423 Video Mitch
london / euston 13 / 03
this is what you get when you point a camera at a corner of a busy london terminus for 13 minutes and 43 seconds, then speed up the footage to last 4 minutes and 3 seconds, playing around with it a bit in the process and putting a fine track by archive underneath it. shot as the title suggests on the 13th march 2008 between a quarter to four and four o'clock in the afternoon. the police, incidentally, were very polite, 'ran a check on me' - whatever that means in practice - and did not suggest in any way that recording the station was illegal. you do get a better picture quality at: http://www.vimeo.com/8224991
Views: 770 sebastian michael
Morning Heavy Departures at London Heathrow Airport RWY 09R, LHR | 21/7/17
Spent the morning at Heathrow Airport whilst on a week in London, slightly blustery so apologies for shaky footage in places. What I saw: 1- British Airways (BA217) Airbus A380-841 (G-XLEA) to Washington. 2- Virgin Atlantic (VS7) Boeing 787-9 Dreamliner (G-VCRU) to Los Angeles. 3- British Airways (BA253) Boeing 777-236ER (G-YMMB) to Nassau. 4- American Airlines (AA173) Boeing 777-223ER (N754AN) to Raleigh-Durham. 5- British Airways (BA139) Boeing 787-9 Dreamliner (G-ZBKE) to Mumbai. 6- Gulf Air (GF2) Airbus A330-243 (A9C-KD) to Bahrain. 7- United Airlines (UA883) Boeing 767-332ER (N657UA) to Newark. 8- Delta Airlines (DL59) Boeing 767-332ER (N172DN) to Boston. 9- British Airways (BA143) Boeing 787-9 Dreamliner (G-ZBKC) to Delhi. 10- British Airways (BA65) Boeing 747-436 (G-CIVT) to Nairobi. 11- Finnair (AY832) Airbus A350-941 (OH-LWA) to Helsinki. 12- Malaysia Airlines (MH3) Airbus A380-841 (9M-MNA) to Kuala Lumpur. 13- American Airlines (AA57) Boeing 777-323ER (N725AN) to Miami. 14- United Airlines (UA900) Boeing 747-422 (N178UA) to San Francisco. 15- Air Canada (AC855) Boeing 777-333ER (C-FIVW) to Vancouver. 16- Delta Airlines (DL1) Boeing 767-332ER (N186DN) to New York. GO AROUND! British Airways (BA725) Airbus A319-131 (G-EUPB) from Geneva. 17- British Airways (BA185) Boeing 777-236ER (G-VIIG) to Newark. 18- American Airlines (AA731) Airbus A330-323 (N272AY) to Charlotte. 19- British Airways (BA295) Boeing 747-436 (G-BYGG) to Chicago. 20- Virgin Atlantic (VS103) Airbus A340-642 (G-VWEB) to Atlanta. 21- Vietnam Airlines (VN54) Boeing 787-9 Dreamliner (VN-A861) to Hanoi. 22- Air Canada (AC861) Boeing 767-375ER (C-FXCA) to Halifax. 23- Virgin Atlantic (VS21) Airbus A330-343 (G-VWAG) to Washington. 24- Virgin Atlantic (VS5) Boeing 787-9 Dreamliner (G-VAHH) to Miami. 25- British Airways (BA75) Boeing 777-236ER (G-VIIK) to Lagos. 26- Kuwait Airways (KU104) Boeing 777-369ER (9K-AOK) to Kuwait City. 27- British Airways (BA207) Boeing 747-436 (G-CIVC) to Miami. 28- British Airways (BA173) Boeing 747-436 (G-BYGC) to New York. 29- Singapore Airlines (SQ317) Airbus A380-841 (9V-SKC) to Singapore. 30- British Airways (BA285) Boeing 747-436 (G-CIVX) to San Francisco. 31- British Airways (BA283) Airbus A380-841 (G-XLED) to Los Angeles. 32- British Airways (BA213) Airbus A380-841 (G-XLEL) to Boston. 33- British Airways (BA125) Boeing 777-236 (G-ZZZC) to Bahrain. 34- British Airways (BA7) Boeing 777-336ER (G-STBH) to Tokyo Haneda. Filmed off- Nikon Coolpix P100
Views: 512 Jasneal Mudhar
A very peculiar departure from Gloucester Road - London Underground
THIS IS A DESCRIPTION IT DESCRIBES STUFF!!! All if any music used is from http://incompetech.com/ and licensed under creative commons.
Views: 689 Techandtrains101
390037 on 1R17, 07:07, Liverpool Lime Street - London Euston
390037, Virgin Difference on 1R17, 07:07, Liverpool Lime Street - London Euston Acton Bridge 31 October 2008 Copyright Dave and John Skipsey
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EuroNight Train Nice - Moscow, Поезд Ницца - Москва
Train No. 18 Nice - Moscow departing Nice Ville Railway Station in France; Train de Nuit Nice - Moscou départ á gare de Nice Ville; Международный Поезд № 018Б «НИЦЦА» Ницца - Москва отходя железнодорожного вокзала Ниццы во Франции; this trains departs Nice Ville each Saturday at 20:48 and arrives two days later on Monday at Moscow Belorusskaya Station at 22:30; The train stops at Monaco Monte-Carlo, Genoa, Milan, Brennero, Innsbruck, Vienna, Katowice, Warsaw, Brest, Minsk and Smolensk; Prices for a sleeper berth ticket starts at 14,788 rubles (310 Euros, 422 US Dollars); Train is hauled by an electric SNCF BB 22000 locomotive (BB 22332); это поезда отходит Ницца каждая суббота в 20:48 и прибывает в понедельник в Московском Белорусский вокзал в 22:30; ;Поезд проходит через Монако Монте-Карло, Генуе, Милане, Бреннер, Инсбрук, Вена, БОГУМИН, Катовице, Варшава, Брест, Минск и Смоленск; Билет купе стоит 14 788 рублей (310 евро, 422 долларов);
Caledonian Sleeper 92038 Walk Around @ London Euston - 22/6/17
Welcome to My Channel South Coast Trainspotter. This Video: Caledonian Sleeper 92038 Walk Around @ London Euston. Brief Video I captured whilst waiting for My Train to Nuneaton. Please Comment, Like, Share and Subscribe. Filmed 22nd June 2017 My Flikr Page - https://www.flickr.com/photos/[email protected]/ My Twitter Page - https://twitter.com/SCTrainspotter My Facebook Group - https://www.facebook.com/groups/southcoasttrainandbusvideosandphotography/ Copyright © South Coast Trainspotter
Two Virgin East Coast trains leave York for London Kings Cross
Two Virgin East Coast trains leave York together for London Kings Cross on 7th March 2017. The HST on the right is the slightly late running 09:58 non-stop departure, originating in Scotland, while the 225 on the left is the slower connecting, 10:03 stopping train, starting at York.
Views: 559 bobnweaver
Manchester Piccadilly Station - onboard departure southbound
In this video we depart southbound from Manchester Piccadilly.
Views: 279 g4shf
Paris - Berlin by Russian Sleeping Car Train - Поезд № 024Й Париж - Берлин - Москва
Note: Russian Railways has temporarily suspended the running of the train between Paris and Moscow! Riding EuroNight Train EN 453 Paris - Moscow in a comfortable sleeping car bedroom; The train is operated by Russian Railways RZD; We have used that train between Paris and Frankfurt Oder near Berlin; The "East West Express" train travels three times a week between Paris Gare de l'Est and Moskva Belorusskaja via Nancy, Strasbourg, Frankfurt Main, Erfurt, Berlin, Poznan, Warsaw, Brest, and Minsk; Фирменный поезд № 024 из Парижа в Москву в вагоны 2 класса (4-местные, габарита РИЦ); Поезд управляется РЖД; Мы использовали этот поезд между Париж и Франкфурт Одер; К "ПАРИЖ ВОСТ"Поезд проходит между Парижем Вост и Москва Белорусская через Нанси, Страсбург, Франкфурт, Эрфурт, Берлин, Познань, Варшава, Брест, Минск и;
Deltic 55019 Cab ride E.L.R 11/10/14 Part 1 LOCO TV UK
We take a ride up front in the cab of Deltic 55019all the way at the E.L.R 11/10/14 (not 10/11th as in opening titles) In this part we start at Bolton street and on to Rawtenstall the booked traction for the day was D9009 so it was a double bonus. A big thanks to D.P.S engineer Stuart Page and the E.L.Rs Phil Cribbin. Produced by Nablicman for LOCO TV UK.(c) 2014
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Virgin Voyager makes RARE platform 1 stop at Stafford Railway Station - 4th July 2013.
The 4th of July 2013 was chaos for Stafford Railway Station. This was one of two incidents that occurred on the afternoon. This voyager was involved in the incident where kids were throwing stones at the train. The Voyager is seen here arriving into Platform 1 where it is subject to various checks before departing to London Euston.
AER LINGUS A330-300 "Business Class", Dublin to Malaga
Special thanks to my $5+ Patrons: Christoph H Ally Mullins Henry Bollington Abby Fitzpatrick Neil Smith Anonymous Donor Join them on PATREON and support me: https://www.patreon.com/paulstripreports Follow me on Snapchat: pauls_trips ¦ https://snapchat.com/add/pauls_trips Follow me on Twitter: @pauls_trips ¦ https://twitter.com/pauls_trips Follow me on Instagram: paulstripreports ¦ https://www.instagram.com/paulstripreports/ Date of Travel: AUGUST 2017 Aircraft: Airbus A330-300 Tail: EI-EAV (Saint Ronan) Livery: Aer Lingus Shamrock standard Route: DUB-AGP Weather on Departure: Broken clouds, winds 10kts Weather on Arrival: Clear, winds calm Airborne Time: 2h49 Miles: 1159 Remarks: First time using DUB T2 Thanks for finding my video and pressing play! The last time I was in Malaga I noticed Aer Lingus' A330 at an adjacent gate, and remembered they flew their long haul birds here in the summer peak season because of huge demand. So of course, I had to try it for myself. This flight is, strictly speaking, all economy. You can't buy a business class ticket - Aer Lingus only sells business class on its American routes. But for a supplement on top of the fare to Malaga you can sit up front in the terrific business class seats Aer Lingus has. There are two very special seats in business class - like mine! They're solo "throne" seats on the right hand side of the aircraft with table space either side of the seat. Anyway, this is one of the best value flights you'll find in Europe - three hours on a widebody with a TV and bed. Nice! Enjoy the report. Do you have any ideas for future trip reports? Something you've never seen on YouTube before? Why not suggest it to me in the comments? I read every single one! 👍🏻 Enjoy the video, and thanks for watching. If you subscribe, then thanks for being part of the channel! BA FIRST CLASS TO HOUSTON: https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=_O8FpAe-pD0 SLEEPER TRAIN?: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YKQgkqdIhDc #paulstripreports #vlog #review #flying #travel #aviation #avgeek Music courtesy of Czech Vibes Sound ***DON’T FORGET TO SUBSCRIBE!***
Views: 144766 Paul's Trip Reports
Southeastern Highspeed | an evening ride on the Class 395 Javelin (2018.05.10)
Having taken a break from YouTube for a few months, here's a video back in May during my trip to London. This was filmed the same night as my other Southeastern and TfL Rail videos from a day trip to visit a friend who lives in Northfleet. The trip takes about 12 minutes between Ebbsfleet International and Stratford International on the High Speed 1 line, also known as the Channel Tunnel Rail Link (CTRL). The Class 395 Javelin was built by Hitachi in Japan, and 29 sets were built for this service. Each set is 6 cars, but can be combined into a 12-car train using automatic coupling. These use the TVM 430 (Transmission Voie-Machine) in-cab signalling, which displays speed limits and signal instructions on a display inside the cab, and speed limit changes occur at blue-green triangle signs located at regular intervals along the line. These sets also travel on regular lines that use the legacy AWS (automatic warning system) signalling. These are equipped with AC pantograph for the High Speed 1 line, and DC third rail for other lines. The train's top speed is 225 km/h (140 mph) on HS1, and 160 km/h (100 mph) on other lines. In this video an overview of the train interior is shown as well as a beautiful sunset as we head west, and a glimpse of a Eurostar Class 374 (e320) heading to Temple Mills depot at the end of the day. Filmed 10 May 2018 (8 days before the Phoenix Leadership Conference) Camera: GoPro Hero 5 Black My Flickr: https://www.flickr.com/photos/kalung1/ London 2018: https://flic.kr/s/aHsmjyrW3C Southeastern Class 395: https://flic.kr/s/aHsmhTnbGM * Please do not use without permission. Any ripped version on another account will be reported. HIGHLIGHTS: 00:10 - Ebbsfleet International station, platform 2 02:42 - Thames Tunnel (2.5 km) 03:36 - Toilet view 04:12 - Dartford Crossing for the M25 motorway 04:28 - Littlebrook Power Station 04:57 - HS1 runs parallel from Purfleet to the London Tunnel 2 portal with the London, Tilbury and Southend railway for 8 km, which runs from London Fenchurch Street to Shoeburyness via Southend Central 07:16 - Thames Gateway bridge, carrying the A13 road 07:24 - London Tunnel 2 (10 km) 11:44 - Stratford International station 12:29 - Eurostar Class 374 (e320, Siemens Velaro) positioning to Temple Mills depot
CityNightLine Train Zurich - Berlin in a Sleeping Car Cabin
Travelling with Sleeper Train CNL 470 Sirius from Zürich HB to Berlin Hbf in a Sleeping Car Cabin; The night train travels via Basel SBB, Freiburg, Frankfurt, Leipzig, and Halle and carries through cars to Dresden and Prague; The sleeping car surcharge costs EUR 60; A small breakfast is included in the price; This train is slated by Deutsche Bahn to be cancelled by June or December 2016; Austrian Railways ÖBB may take over the train from 2017, but this is not certain at this point. Because I have spent the day in Basel before, this video includes some daytime footage from Basel SBB Railway Station, including the departure of Eurocity train Vauban to Brussels, TGV Lyria trains to Zurich and Paris, and an ETR 610 EuroCity train to Milan Other Videos, riding these CityNightLine trains: CNL Zurich - Berlin this video CNL Zurich - Binz http://youtu.be/Q-NK8dbApe4 CNL Hamburg - Paris http://youtu.be/s1tPqDDzQiQ CNL Berlin - Paris http://youtu.be/wodNnp3SQ3w CNL Paris - Berlin http://youtu.be/tmr9ZeQSZDA CNL Munich - Berlin http://youtu.be/PFU7dFlywZk CNL Prague - Amsterdam http://youtu.be/M8_mT7u8PMc CNL Amsterdam - Prague http://youtu.be/MHp0gfw2LWY CNL Oberhausen - Prague http://youtu.be/OWO0CIKEnLI CNL Cologne - Prague http://youtu.be/2xR2ZjPVM4o CNL Elk - Berlin http://youtu.be/xjQn7RkuJho
The Passenger Train (1940)
Contents. An account of a train journey. Passengers arrive by cabs at the station. After they purchase their tickets, they pass through the gates to the track where their train is waiting. The streamlined Diesel engine locomotive stands ready for the trip. Mr. Shroder, the engineer, checks over his controls, and his attendant inspects the big motors. Final preparations are made for departure. Baggage and mail are loaded into the cars. The conductor calls "All aboard!" and signals the engineer. The train doors are closed, and Mr. Shroder opens the throttle. Sand pours onto the rails to keep the wheels from slipping as the train gets under way. A signal is set for "Stop," and the engineer applies the air brakes. When the signal changes to "Go," the train moves ahead. In the coaches the conductor is taking tickets. The passengers are comfortably seated. The conductor passes through the vestibule from one car to another. Mr. Shroder closes the throttle to slow down for a sharp curve. The train passes under a viaduct and speeds on its tracks along a river. The commentator explains that tracks are often built alongside rivers. In the observation car some of the passengers are talking, some writing, and others playing cards. Now the train passes through a deep cut and into a tunnel. At historic Harpers Ferry (West Virginia) it crosses the Potomac River. In the dining car, dinner is being served. The chef and his staff of cooks prepare the food which the waiters carry on large trays. The Pullman porters prepare the berths for the night. Some of the passengers who are not yet ready to go to bed read newspapers and magazines. The porter places a ladder for a passenger to climb into an upper berth. While the train rushes through the night, the engineer and his attendant are busy watching the motors, the controls, and the track ahead. The safety and lives of the passengers depend upon their skill and watchfulness. Appraisal. Excellent for (1) showing the operation of a passenger train and (2) giving impressions of the experiences of a passenger traveling by train. Should be useful in developing an understanding of the contribution of science to modern transportation and in furthering an appreciation of the high level of organization and cooperation required in the operation of a railroad.
Views: 926 The Smoking Hat
United Business Class Newark - Amsterdam Boeing 777-200ER (N57016)
Flight: United Airlines UA 20 Departure from: Newark Liberty International Airport, EWR, Terminal C, New Jersey Take off from: Runway 4R, length 3,048 m / 10,000 ft Arrival into: Amsterdam Schiphol Airport, AMS, G-Gates, Netherlands Landing on: Runway 18R, Polderbaan, length 3,800 m / 12,467 ft Distance: 3,657 miles / 5,885 km Duration: 5 hours and 52 minutes Travel Class: BusinessFirst (now called International Polaris Business) International Crew: based at Houston Passenger load: approx. 80% Seat: 4A Pitch: 78 inches Width: 23 inches Plane: Boeing 777-200ER Registration: N57016 Tail No: 3016 Delivered to Continental Airlines: May 2000 Engines: 2 x General Electric GE90-92B Take-Off Thrust: 91,999 lbf each Diversion: United Flight UA 20 Houston - Amsterdam was diverted to Newark due to an unruly passenger; this video describes the Newark - Amsterdam segment
Stratford Int'l to Ebbsfleet Int'l *Full Journey*, Class 395 | 4/9/18
This video is property of "Richard Chalklin" 2160p 4K HD! Another ride on a class 395 to Ebbsfleet again from Stratford Int'l. We just reached 140mph along the way acording to my speedometer. Class 395 'Javelin' info: The Class 395 "Javelin" is a dual-voltage electric multiple unit (EMU) built for high-speed commuter services on High Speed 1 and elsewhere on the Integrated Kent Franchise. The six-car trains were built in Japan by Hitachi and operate at a maximum speed of 140 mph (225 km/h) under 25 kV AC overhead electrification on High Speed 1, and 100 mph (161 km/h) on 750 V DC third rail supply on conventional lines. The use of the high-speed trains as part of the transport infrastructure for the Olympic Park formed part of the original bid for the 2012 Summer Olympics. The service was named the Olympic Javelin Shuttle, and was the origin for the nickname "Javelin". The Olympic services began 28 July 2012. History: In December 2003, formal approval was given to run domestic services on the planned Channel Tunnel Rail Link (CTRL, now known as High Speed 1, or HS1) in Kent, England. Preliminary consultations for a new franchise including then CTRL, and for rolling stock to operate the 'CTRL Domestic' services were to begin in 2004. In 2005 the proposed high-speed services were combined with those from the former South Eastern rail franchise to form the Integrated Kent franchise (IKF). In October 2004, Hitachi was announced as the preferred bidder to supply high-speed trains for the CTRL services, and in June 2005 the £250 million contract was signed with Hitachi Europe Ltd as supplier of 28 trainsets, with HSBC Rail acting as the financier (ROSCO), and with an expected service date of 2009. In November 2005 the Department for Transport announced Govia as the new operator of the IKF. The contract was Hitachi's first rail vehicle sold to a European customer. It had previously worked with HSBC Rail and UK rail authorities between 2002 and 2003 to demonstrate the suitability and conformance of Hitachi's traction system with the UK rail network, including test of the use of AC induction motors, and Electromagnetic compatibility tests. Construction of the CTRL (High Speed 1) was complete in November 2007. By 2008, the initially planned 'CTRL Domestic' services (2003) from London St Pancras to Gravesend, and Canterbury West and Folkestone Central, via Ashford, had been expanded in scope to include services to Medway Towns, East Kent and Dover. A twenty-ninth train was added to the order agreement by franchise holder Southeastern to provide additional capacity. Operations and Performance: A full regular service commenced on 13 December 2009. Initial services included a half-hourly north Kent service to and from St Pancras, London, via Stratford, Ebbsfleet, Gravesend, Strood, Rochester, Chatham, Gillingham, Rainham, and Sittingbourne to Faversham, a half-hourly service to East Kent via Stratford, Ebbsfleet, Ashford with one train continuing to Margate via Canterbury West, Ramsgate and Broadstairs, with the other to Dover via Folkestone West and Folkestone Central. Seven million journeys were made in the first year of operation, The introduction of the trains was generally successful, with good reliability and passenger satisfaction figures: the new high-speed services also caused an increase in passenger numbers above that already being experienced on the Kent network. On introduction timetabled journeys to London from Ebbsfleet were reduced from 51 to 18 minutes, whilst trains using the entire length of High Speed 1 (starting in Ashford) had timetabled journeys reduced by around 45 minutes. However, the service has been criticised as being of limited use to many London commuters because trains terminate at St Pancras. Additionally, the change in service patterns to accommodate high-speed trains resulted in some non-high-speed services in Kent becoming slower. In May 2011, a limited service from Maidstone West via Strood and Gravesend started. followed in September 2011 by a limited service from Sandwich via Deal to London St Pancras, partially subsidised by Kent County Council. In 2013, four years after the service started, total passenger numbers were ten million and punctuality was 92.6% (compared to 90.1% nationwide). From 2015, trains were operating a circular route, where one of the trains to Faversham via the Medway towns continues as a semi-fast service to Ramsgate.
Views: 890 Richard Chalklin
Trains at Stafford, WCML (30/12/2016) (FESTIVE MEET UP)
A fantastic day at Stafford in Staffordshire on the West Coast Main Line. Here we see services by Virgin Trains West Coast (VT), CrossCountry (XC) and London Midland (LM) and a lot of freight! VT serve Stafford with a hourly service from Liverpool Lime Street to London Euston. XC serve Stafford with a half-hourly service from Manchester Piccadilly to alternatively Bournemouth or Bristol Temple Meads (some extensions to Exeter St Davids and Paignton). Stafford station is staffed and has covered 6 platforms. Stafford also has destination indicators, departure boards, arrival boards and manual tannoy announcements. I has A LOT of people joining me at Stafford including KTV Videos, South West Trainspotting, TrainClips HD, DB Trains, AB Trains, Virgin Trains Fan, Greater West Spotter and many more so check all of their channels (and mine!) and get liking subbing and commenting! My next video will be from Saturday 7th January at Truro on the Cornish Main Line! Subscribe for more 'Trains at' videos!
Departure station passenger train, horns and sound beautiful wheels
Departure station passenger train, horns and sound beautiful wheels
Views: 900 Childrenlovetrains
1960s London Victoria Train Station, Commuters, Travel, UK
From the Kinolibrary archive film collections. To order the clip clean and high res visit http://www.kinolibrary.com. Clip ref PR44. Footage of London Victoria train station in the 1960s.
Views: 967 thekinolibrary
Train cab ride Bulgaria: Dragoman - Sofia
Train cab ride Bulgaria: Dragoman - Sofia (Driver's view).
Views: 15476 George Penelov
Tokyo Narita - Hong Kong Cathay Pacific Airbus A330-300
Flight: Cathay Pacific Airways CX 509 Departure from: Tokyo Narita International Airport, NRT, Terminal 2 Take Off from Runway 34R; length 2,500 m / 8,202 ft Arrival To: Hong Kong International Airport, Chek Lap Kok, HKG Landing on Runway 07L, length 3,800 m / 12,467 ft Distance: 2,964 km / 1,842 miles Duration: 4 hours and 12 minutes Travel Class: Economy Class Plane: Airbus A330-300 Registration: B-LBH Delivered to Cathay Pacific: October 2014 Engines: Two Rolls Royce Trent 772B-60 Take-Off Thrust: 71,100 lb each Comments: This flight happened in April 2015. Unfortunately a very big cold front stretched all the way from Japan to the South of China. The weather was gray, miserable and (unusually) chilly - so no views of Hong Kong or Tokyo Bay. However, we did not encounter any serious turbulence, which you would normally expect around Japan. At the beginning of the video you will see some impressions of Tokyo, including the Shinjuku Gyoen Park, Ginza shopping district, Yurakucho Metro Line, Tokyo Station, Shinkansen and the Narita Express. At Narita Airport our Cathay Pacific flight was delayed by about 40 minutes, because a Chinese tour group happen to turn up too late boarding due to the late arrival of connecting flight. Moreover, they bags were loaded too late. After landing in Hong Kong I made my way towards my final destination Guangzhou. I went to the HKG SkyPier Terminal, took the ferry over the Shekou Port in Shenzhen, then went by taxi to Shenzhen North Railway Station. Finally a Chinese high speed train drove me to Guangzhou South Railway Station.
Kings Cross and St Pancras before the Eurostar
A collection of photos with music looking at the immediate area around the stations that has been demolished and/or reconstructed before and after the arrival of the St Pancras Eurostar Terminal in 2007. Within 10 years the whole area has changed beyond any recognition. Here you can see it as it was right up till the end of the 1990's it was mostly untouched for over 120 years.
Views: 97 Mr M
Ticket Evolution (VIRGIN TRAINS)
Moses goes to Blackpool.
Views: 332 James McConachie
EUROSTAR☆ / LONDON St Pancras → PARIS Gare du Nord (Passenger's View)
Eurostar / LONDON St Pancras → PARIS Gare du Nord / Whole Route ユーロスター / ロンドン・セントパンクラス駅 → パリ北駅 / 全区間 This is normal video, 5x speed version → http://youtu.be/PaM9zyaMCwE Stations LONDON St Pancras Internationa Ebbsfleet International ( Channel Tunnel / Euro Tunnel ) PARIS Gare du Nord May 24, 2015
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