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Horrible weather on MHTI fieldtrip 9-10th September 2011
 
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Torrential rain encountered on Saturday morning on the Mining Heritage Trust of Ireland fieldtrip to Cavan and Fermanagh led by Alastair Lings.
Views: 57 IrishMinerals
On this day | 29th of May 2006 | Beaconsfield miner's reception
 
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On the 29th of May 2006 a red carpet reception was held at Parliament House in Canberra for rescued miners, Brant Webb and Todd Russell, following their terrifying 14 day ordeal trapped in the Beaconsfield mine See more at tennews.com.au
Views: 434 Channel Ten
WHAT IS IT LIKE INSIDE AN ANCIENT GOLD MINE? (ACTUAL FOOTAGE)
 
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Views: 179 fylori
Archaeological discoveries at Glencoe with Neil Oliver
 
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To mark Scottish Archaeology Month, we asked our President, Neil Oliver, to travel to Glencoe to hear more about our latest archaeological discoveries there from Derek Alexander, the Trust’s Head of Archaeology and Natasha Ferguson, Lead Inventory Officer for Project Reveal. Find out more at nts.org.uk/stories/neil-olivers-new-discoveries-at-glencoe
Coal ports near Great Barrier Reef - "too much of a gamble"?
 
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The World Heritage listed Great Barrier Reef faces the possibility of port developments as its board faces allegations about their political links. SEE the full story on 7.30 at http://youtu.be/pVJ6liX0-gQ
Industrial Archeology : South West England World Heritage Status
 
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The Mystery of the Severed Leg - Tredegar Chartists Part 2
 
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The 2nd part of Made in Tredegar's Chartist film made with the local historians from Blaenau Gwent Heritage Forum
Views: 3057 Made in Tredegar
Bitcoin: world's fastest growing currency migrates off the internet
 
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Click here for the latest British & Irish Lions Brick by Brick http://vid.io/xHF Bitcoin: world's fastest growing currency migrates off the internet Subscribe to the Guardian HERE: http://bitly.com/UvkFpD In Kreuzberg, Berlin, virtual currency Bitcoin has expanded off the internet to become a favoured medium of exchange in real shops and bars. Joerg Platzer, the owner of bar Room 77 is helping to establish what he believes to be the world's first Bitcoin local economy.
Views: 5830 The Guardian
Threlkeld Quarry Steam Gala 29 July 2017
 
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The Threlkeld Quarry Steam Gala on 29th July 2017. Resident Locomotive Sir Tom was joined by Jack Lane, Statfold and CSR No.19 from The Statfold Barn Railway. Irish Mail from The West Lancashire Light Railway and Cloister from The Hampshire Narrow Gauge Railway Trust. A selection of Photos from the event can be found at http://www.mollsmyre.co.uk/threlkeld-2017.html
Views: 3766 mollsmyre
UNESCO World Heritage Sites in United Kingdom #Part 1
 
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Thanks for watching... Blaenavon Industrial Landscape https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Blaenavon_Industrial_Landscape Blenheim Palace https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Blenheim_Palace Canterbury Cathedral https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Canterbury_Cathedral St Augustine's Abbey https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/St_Augustine%27s_Abbey St Martin's Church, Canterbury https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/St_Martin%27s_Church,_Canterbury Castles and Town Walls of King Edward in Gwynedd https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Castles_and_Town_Walls_of_King_Edward_in_Gwynedd Bath, Somerset https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Bath,_Somerset Cornwall and West Devon Mining Landscape https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Cornwall_and_West_Devon_Mining_Landscape Derwent Valley Mills https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Derwent_Valley_Mills Jurassic Coast https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Jurassic_Coast Lake District https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Lake_District Durham Castle https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Durham_Castle Forth Bridge https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Forth_Bridge Limes https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Limes Giant's Causeway https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Giant%27s_Causeway Source: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_World_Heritage_Sites_in_the_United_Kingdom Music: How it Began,Silent Partner; YouTube Audio Library A UNESCO World Heritage Site is a place (such as a forest, mountain, lake, island, desert, monument, building, complex, or city) that is listed by the United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization (UNESCO) as of special cultural or physical significance . The list is maintained by the international World Heritage Programme administered by the UNESCO World Heritage Committee, composed of 21 UNESCO member states which are elected by the General Assembly. The programme catalogues, names, and conserves sites of outstanding cultural or natural importance to the common heritage of humanity. Under certain conditions, listed sites can obtain funds from the World Heritage Fund. The programme was founded with the Convention Concerning the Protection of the World Cultural and Natural Heritage, which was adopted by the General Conference of UNESCO on 16 November 1972. Since then, 191 states parties have ratified the Convention, making it one of the most adhered to international instruments. Only Liechtenstein, Nauru, Somalia, South Sudan, Timor-Leste and Tuvalu are not Party to the Convention. As of 2014, 1007 sites are listed: 779 cultural, 197 natural, and 31 mixed properties, in 161 states parties. By sites ranked by country, Italy is home to the greatest number of World Heritage Sites with 57 sites, followed by China (47), Spain (44), France (39), Germany (39), Mexico (32) and India (32). UNESCO references each World Heritage Site with an identification number; however, new inscriptions often include previous sites now listed as part of larger descriptions. As a result, the identification numbers exceed 1,200 even though there are fewer on the list. In 1954, the government of Egypt decided to build the Aswan Dam (Aswan High Dam), an event that would deluge a valley containing treasures of ancient Egypt such as the Abu Simbel temples. UNESCO then launched a worldwide safeguarding campaign. The Abu Simbel and Philae temples were taken apart, moved to a higher location, and put back together piece by piece. Meanwhile, the Temple of Dendur was moved to Metropolitan Museum of Art in New York City and the Temple of Debod was moved to Parque del Oeste in Madrid. The cost of the project was US$80 million, about $40 million of which was collected from 50 countries. The project was regarded as a success, and led to other safeguarding campaigns, saving Venice and its lagoon in Italy, the ruins of Mohenjo-daro in Pakistan, and the Borobodur Temple Compounds in Indonesia. UNESCO then initiated, with the International Council on Monuments and Sites, a draft convention to protect the common cultural heritage of humanity. The United States initiated the idea of cultural conservation with nature conservation. A White House conference in 1965 called for a 'World Heritage Trust' to preserve "the world's superb natural and scenic areas and historic sites for the present and the future of the entire world citizenry." The International Union for Conservation of Nature developed similar proposals in 1968, and they were presented in 1972 to the United Nations conference on Human Environment in Stockholm. Under the World Heritage Committee signatory countries are required to produce and submit periodic data reporting providing the World Heritage Committee with an overview of each participating nation's implementation of the World Heritage Convention and a "snapshot" of current conditions at World Heritage properties. A single text was agreed on by all parties, and the Convention concerning the Protection of the World Cultural and Natural Heritage was adopted by the General Conference of UNESCO on 16 November 1972.
Views: 45 Planetedge
TT-11-10-Trerice Manor House Tour
 
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National Heritage take us on a tour of the manor house at Trerice.
Views: 970 timeteamdigital
RRS Discovery Dundee Heritage Trust 3D Laser Scan
 
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Full 3D Laser Scan and 3D Model of the 113 year old Discovery Vessel. As part of the UK's historic fleet collection the data will be used to help maintain it. The final result will be a photo realistic 3D model of the external hull, top deck and masts, a printed model of the ship and an online virtual tour of the vessel.
Views: 457 We are Luminous
St Nicklaas Brickworks Belgium. Industrial narrow gauge railway
 
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Until the mid 1990s, the St.Nicklaas Brickworks in Belgium had a large roster of Diema locos to serve the nearby clay pit. This footage was taken in February 1995 with 'Pieter' (Diema 5139) working trains from the pit. More footage of this railway (along with other industrial narrow gauge railways) is now available on a DVD. Please see: http://www.ingr.co.uk/vids_dig33.html
Views: 16666 thomskutube
Staffordshire mine still open ten years on
 
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By Tommy Hill. THIS week is the twenty fifth anniversary of the miner's strike which affected all the collaries in North Staffordshire. But today one mine is still operating. Our reporter Tommy Hill went for a tour around the Apedale Mine with one of Staffordshire's last working miners.
Views: 3063 Staffslive
Destination WA - CY OConnor
 
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Trevor teams up with Richard Offen from Heritage Perth to take a look at a man who shaped Western Australia.
Views: 705 Destination WA
History of Convict Australia - Full Documentary
 
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Millions trust Grammarly's free writing app to make their messages, documents, and posts clear, mistake-free, and effective. Sign up today. It's free! https://bit.ly/2F5Fuey Around the turn of the 19th century, large numbers of convicts were transported to the various Australian penal colonies, due to the overcrowding of British Prisons.
Views: 703677 Sterling Documentaries
Drones: The Future of Conservation?
 
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Drones: Their use extends far beyond wedding photography and delivery. The Freshwater Trust has partnered with Portland State University and Oregon State University to test how the unmanned aerial technology can monitor the health and growth of forests.
Views: 655 TheFreshwaterTrust
Evidence Ancient Aliens Planned Humanity
 
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Was earth visited in the past by Ancient Aliens flying UFOs around and telling there where to build their cities....perhaps hoping that one day in the future we would put together the clues? An uncanny and what seems to be a planned alignment of a multitude of ancient archeological sites around Earth strongly points towards humans of the past being guided, globally, and over many millennia by some sort of higher intelligence. Personally, my mind was absolutely blown once I manually connected all the sites on Google Earth myself, which is exactly what I’m about to do for you. At the end of the video, I expect your mind to be blown just as mine was. I also encourage you to try this out for yourself in Google Earth and replicate my results. Before we begin, please forgive me for butchering some of these names. Nearly all of these sites are considered what is known as a UNESCO World Heritage Site, sites that are of extreme special cultural or physical significance. 1) Easter Island: We’re going to start off with Easter Island, which is home to the mysterious Moai statues which were created around 800 years ago for reasons that still remain unknown. A total of 887 monolithic stone Moai statues have been counted. 2) Nazca Lines: The Nazca Lines are mysterious giant glyphs carved into the ground in the Nazca Desert of Peru. They were thought to be built around 1600 years ago - no one knows why they are there as they can only be seen from the sky...why would anyone do that when flight hadn't been invented yet? 3) Machu Picchu: Machu Piccu was built around 600 years ago at the height of the Incan Empire and allegedly as a means to honor a "sacred landscape." If you havn't heard of it before, it's a city literally built on top of a mountain by hand….with rocks sometimes weighing as much as 40 tons. 4) Tassili n'Ajjer Tassili n'Ajjer is a range of mountains in Algeria in the Sahara Desert. It contains some 15,000 ancient cave drawings some of which are up to 10,000 years old. Some of the carvings are a bit strange as well. 5) Persepolis Persepolis is the ancient capital of Persia. It was built around 2500 years ago. 6) Khajuraho Group of Monuments The Khajuraho Group of Monuments are 85 special temples to honor Hindu gods built around 1000 years ago. They were allegedly built in this area as it is an area where quote “the gods love to play” according to local legend. The temples are dedicated to various Hindu gods such as Shiva, Vishnu, Ganesha, and Jain Tithanks. 7) The Oasis at Siwa The Oasis at Siwa is estimated to be around 4,600 years old..and many believe it could be much older. It is famous for being the home of the Oracle of Amun. Amun was an Egyptian Diety. Alexander the Great believed that his divinity was a result of his visit to this oracle. 8) The Pyramids of Giza I'm sure you've heard of the Pyramids of Giza before. They were estimated to have been constructed around 4,600 years ago. 9) Mohenjo Daro Mohenjo Daro was built in around 4600 years ago. It is part of the ancient Indus Valley Civilization. The name literally translates to the Mound of the Dead. It is thought to be one of the world's earliest major urban settlements. 10) Angkor Wat Angkor Wat was built around 1000 years ago and was dedicated to the god Vishnu. According to a 13th Century Chinese traveler, it was allegedly believed that the temple was contructed in only one night by an architect of divine power. Now let’s complete our journey by connecting the final destination to our original one, Easter Island. Once we zoom out….do you see a pattern? ALL of these sites line up on the same line around the Earth. The line is, except for a few very minor deviations that may be due to the Earth slightly shifting over the many millenia these sites were constructed as well as perhaps partial user error on my part mapping these out…..perfect. It almost looks like an equator. The probability of this occuring by chance is basically zero. Why do all these ancient and quite important sites line up on the same line on Earth? Was someone guiding the construction of all these ancient sites? Why are so many if not all of the sites related to something divine….and what was that divinity? In order to orchestrate such a thing, these civilizations would have somehow had to have made contact with each other across the space of the entire planet as well as over the course of several millenia in addition to being able to basically see the Earth from space in order to create such an uncanny alignment. These arn't the only sites that line up either, there's quite a few more sites that line up as well as you can see here. I only cut some out for the sake of brevity. Once again I encourage you to try this out for yourself. Also, if you know of any mysteries you’d like me to cover in upcoming videos, leave a comment below or send me a message on Youtube.
Views: 2385928 Strange Mysteries
Giants Causeway: Visit the Top Attraction in Northern Ireland
 
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Giant's Causeway is the top thing to see in Northern Ireland and its only UNESCO World Heritage Site. Enjoy more travel inspiration on our website: https://goo.gl/HNjiCn
Views: 227 AsWeSawIt
SLIDESHOW:  South Wales Scenery
 
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The South Wales region in the UK offers an ever-changing scene for tourists, and small towns such as Cardigan and Newquay bustle with visitors during the summer months. By contrast, on the seacoast of Pembrokeshire, Newport especially attracts keen hill walkers, with hiking trails over scenic Carn Ingli, over the Preseli Hills, and along the cliff-top Pembrokeshire Coast Path. The Cardigan/Newport area is also rich in history, ranging from ancient Neolithic settlements and monuments, to ruined Norman-era castles. Elsewhere, remnants of former industrial activity can be found in areas that are gradually being transformed back to their natural state. At the seaside harbor community of Porthgain, now-derelict large brick hoppers date from the early 1900’s, when this port exported slate, bricks and dolerite. Further inland, the World Heritage Site in the Blaenafon area commemorates the past iron, steel and coal industries of the region. These days, the decommissioned Big Pit (Pwll Mawr) coal mine allows tourists to experience underground mining conditions. Beyond the mine, heather plants are steadily turning old mounds of mine waste into purple-clad mounds, and former retention ponds are now nature preserves. Heading north from the former industrial valleys, the scenery soon transitions to rolling farmland, around the scenic hills of the Brecon Beacons region. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Cardigan,_Ceredigion http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/New_Quay http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Newport,_Pembrokeshire http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Porthgain http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Blaenavon http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Big_Pit_National_Coal_Museum
Views: 1703 BIDEOBOB
4WD and gold panning at Ophir
 
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our day of four wheel driving and gold panning at Ophir.
Views: 109 Marc Holman
Criminals and Vigilantes Are Battling It Out in Nepal
 
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Kidnap Fever (2009): Nepal is in the midst of a severe crime epidemic. For similar stories, see: Can A Maoist With A History Of Violence Bring Peace To Nepal? https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wW-EFH_KDzI Is It Mao Or Never For Nepal? https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=grDcYom4RXc The Man Saving Children From The Streets Of Kathmandu https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qdmUmtpFqMg Subscribe to journeyman for daily uploads: http://www.youtube.com/subscription_center?add_user=journeymanpictures For downloads and more information visit: http://www.journeyman.tv/film/4582 Like us on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/journeymanpictures Follow us on Twitter: https://twitter.com/JourneymanVOD https://twitter.com/JourneymanNews Follow us on Instagram: https://instagram.com/journeymanpictures Kidnapping gangs roam the capital of Nepal and a new-armed insurgency erupts in the South - is it any surprise that the Nepalese feel less secure now than they did during the civil war. Since the end of Nepal’'s civil war 3 years ago, the state has remained paralyzed by political in-fighting, allowing criminal groups to thrive. One human rights organisation estimates that over 2,100 people have been kidnapped for ransom, and many believe the surge in crime is due to political parties protecting criminals. In Kathmandu, criminal gangs focus on kidnapping the middle classes who lack political connections. Their favoured targets are businessmen and shop-owners of Indian origin, commonly known as Marwaris. Lacking trust in their government, people have turned to displays of collective violence to get results. Earlier this year, they directed their fury at kidnappers. Within 1 month, 15 people were brutally lynched by angry mobs in Terai but all of those attacked were innocent. “"The Terai has become worse than ever - …it has become very, very violent.”" Daniel Bogado – Ref. 4582 Journeyman Pictures is your independent source for the world's most powerful films, exploring the burning issues of today. We represent stories from the world's top producers, with brand new content coming in all the time. On our channel you'll find outstanding and controversial journalism covering any global subject you can imagine wanting to know about.
Views: 8165 Journeyman Pictures
Tarrus Riley - She's Royal | Official Music Video
 
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Music video by Tarrus Riley performing She's Royal. Watch Estelle ft. Tarrus Riley's "Love Like Ours" music video now: https://youtu.be/0T1tlWZI03A
Views: 51933502 VP Records
Changing Lives: Traineeship guides Danielle out of a dead end
 
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Danielle always wanted to work in conservation, but after sending out numerous job applications and receiving rejection after rejection, she worried she'd have to leave Northern Ireland to find work. Luckily, a paid traineeship with the Ulster Wildlife Trust, funded by National Lottery players, allowed her to get the skills she needed to get her dream job, while earning money. Now, she works at the picturesque Castle Ward in County Down, and she couldn't be more pleased. Changing Lives is a series of stories about people's whose lives have been changed by National Lottery funded projects. Johnson digs deep and reunites with mining colleagues: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QSElUgQNQ_8&t=15s Anchors aweigh for Blyth Tall Ship apprentices: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2KnKMZneATk John becomes key player at National Football Museum https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PN3tiNHIHzQ
PROOF Open Pit Mining Co. GTAC Wrote Their Own Regulatory Laws in WI
 
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Senate Majority Leader Scott Fitzgerald admits that GTAC wrote the contentious Wisconsin mining de-regulation law that is helping to fast track the approval of the WORLDS LARGEST OPEN PIT IRON MINE.
Views: 630 SSWIDTMS
Scientific Studies: Last Week Tonight with John Oliver (HBO)
 
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John Oliver discusses how and why media outlets so often report untrue or incomplete information as science. Connect with Last Week Tonight online... Subscribe to the Last Week Tonight YouTube channel for more almost news as it almost happens: www.youtube.com/user/LastWeekTonight Find Last Week Tonight on Facebook like your mom would: http://Facebook.com/LastWeekTonight Follow us on Twitter for news about jokes and jokes about news: http://Twitter.com/LastWeekTonight Visit our official site for all that other stuff at once: http://www.hbo.com/lastweektonight
Views: 14428889 LastWeekTonight
Atewa Forest for National Park: campaign update
 
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Seth Appiah-Kubi, National Director of A Rocha Ghana, gives an update on the campaign to save Atewa Forest from bauxite mining. Over 100,000 have signed our petitions including the change.org petition to the President of the Republic of Ghana His Excellency Nana Addo Dankwa Akufo-Addo. Thank you for your support! Another major milestone is that a group of major international conservation organizations with the combined number of more than 15 million members and supporters worldwide are now standing with us to call for the protection of Atewa. Together we are: A Rocha Amphibian Survival Alliance BirdLife International Global Wildlife Conservation Rainforest Trust Royal Society for the Protection of Birds WWF International Read our joint letter: aroc.me/atewaletter Please join us and invite your friends to sign: aroc.me/saveatewa
Geography Now! NAURU
 
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Now who? Nau-ru. No seriously it's no surprised if you've never heard of this country they are literally the least visited on earth. Check out http://www.GeographyNow.com ! You asked for merch so we made it for you! We now have a Public mailbox too! Feel free to send anything via mail! Our public mailbox address is: 1905 N Wilcox ave, #432 Los Angeles CA, 90068 SUBSCRIBE: http://bit.ly/1Os7W46 BTS info and tidbits? Check out the Facebook fan page: https://www.facebook.com/GeographyNowFanpage/?fref=ts Twitter: https://twitter.com/geographynow Instagram: http://instagram.com/GeographyNow_Official Become a patron! Donate to help pay for production of GN including Ken's salary. You also get exclusive BTS footage, pics/ and access to other perks! Go to: http://patreon.com/GeographyNow WATCH MORE: Countries A to Z: http://bit.ly/1T8Z9JY Europe: http://bit.ly/1YoRaIB ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Welcome to Geography Now! This is the first and only Youtube Channel that actively attempts to cover profiles on every single country of the world. We are going to do them alphabetically so be patient if you are waiting for one that's down the road. CONTACT US if you are from a country that is coming up! Teach us! Email: [email protected] Stay cool Stay tuned and remember, this is Earth, your home. Learn about it.
Views: 390703 Geography Now
Whim Moss
 
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3 August 2000 - Whim Moss, near Penicuik, Scotland. Industrial narrow gauge par excellence - wonky track, much-rebuilt Motor-Rail (and recent Keef) loco -great fun!
Views: 1128 geoffspages
Amberley Chalk Pits Industrial Railways Part 2.mp4
 
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A visit was made to Amberley Chalk Pits for their Industrial Railways Day on 16 October 2011.
Views: 2058 Peter Gasser
Colorado Experience: Hotel de Paris
 
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Amid Colorado’s booming Silver Rush, Louis Depuy, a seminary dropout and army deserter utilized his knowledge from years as a Paris restaurant apprentice to create a first-class French restaurant and hotel in the mining town of Georgetown. Marvel at the Hotel’s elegant quarters, whet your palette with the elaborate menu (oysters included, and not of the Rocky Mountain variety!) and meet the wealthy businessmen, railroad tycoons and adventure-seekers who found themselves in the Wild West’s lap of luxury. Learn more at www.rmpbs.org/ColoradoExperience Connect online at www.facebook.com/ColoradoExperience
Views: 9916 Rocky Mountain PBS
Blasting at Ophir Mine Zimbabwe
 
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Views: 100 Craig Riley
Stunning view from Cavehill, Belfast.
 
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Amazing view from Cavehill looking over belfast & belfast lough A formerly strife-torn UK city is now one of the world's top tourist destinations, according to a leading travel guide publisher. In little more than a decade, Belfast has been "transformed from a fractured city into a hot city-break . Garden or botanic display Botanic Gardens Archeological exhibit, museum Decorative arts display Paintings, art collections Gold, silver, metalworking exhibit Historical museum Industrial attraction, factory museum Minerals, geology attraction, mining Ulster Museum Hiking opportunity Scenic site or route Cave Hill Historic site Custom House Architecture - Renaissance Standalone sculpture, statue or fountain Donegall Square (Donegall Square / City Hall) Military attraction or museum Nautical museum or attraction Standalone sculpture, statue or fountain Garden of Remembrance Opera house or company Grand Opera House Dam, bridge, lock, waterway Folk art exhibit Nautical museum or attraction Science, technology attraction or museum Lagan Weir Sir Thomas & Lady Dixon Park-International Rose Garden St Anne's Cathedral St Malachy's Church St Patrick's Pro-Cathedral Streamvale Zoological Gardens Festival of arts of short duration Events Festival of arts of short duration Battle of the Boyne Celebrations Cinema, film festival Cinemagic International Film Festival for Young People Festival of arts of short duration Civic Festival Festival of arts of short duration Musical activity or concert hall Theatrical hall or company Festival at Queen's Festival of arts of short duration Folk Festival Festival of arts of short duration Musical activity or concert hall Holywood Jazz & Blues Festival Festival of arts of short duration Garden or botanic display Horticultural Fair Garden or botanic display International Rose Trials Crafts center or marketplace King's Hall Autumn Fair Festival of arts of short duration Musical activity or concert hall Musical Festival Festival of arts of short duration Culinary attraction Festival of arts of short duration Irish Festival Crafts center or marketplace Fabrics, textiles, costumes exhibits Industrial attraction, factory museum Irish Linen Centre Fishing opportunity Lake Natural area Lough Neagh Dungannon tourist attractions Swimming & water activities Scenic site or route Small town or village Glenavy Small town or village Magherafelt Natural area Scenic site or route Ram's Island Fishing opportunity Golf course Ballygalley Beach Resort or relaxation spot Carnlough Small town or village Carrickfergus Historic site Military attraction or museum Andrew Jackson (Andrew Jackson / U.S. Rangers' Centre) Agricultural area or museum Aviary, bird museum or exhibit Children's activities Railroad attraction or museum Small town or village Zoo or animal collection Ballycarry - Loughside Open Dairy Farm Castle, chateau, palace Carrickfergus Castle Paintings, art collections Historical museum Carrickfergus Museum & Civic Centre Festival of arts of short duration Lughnasa Medieval Fair Culinary attraction Festival of arts of short duration Medieval Banquets Carrickfergus - Knight Ride & Heritage Plaza Resort or relaxation spot Small town or village Cushendall Resort or relaxation spot Small town or village Cushendun Natural area Scenic site or route Glenariff Forest Park Natural area Scenic site or route Glenarm Cave Prehistoric site or exhibit Scenic site or route Tombs, burial site Island Magee Nautical museum or attraction Resort or relaxation spot Small town or village Larne Amusement, theme or leisure park Garden or botanic display Golf course Provincial or municipal park Carnfunnock Country Park Historical museum Historical Centre Castle, chateau, palace Archeological site or ruin Architecture - Medieval Olderfleet Castle Scenic site or route Small town or village Waterfoot Resort or relaxation spot Scenic site or route Small town or village Whitehead Fishing opportunity Swimming & water activities Hiking opportunity Resort or relaxation spot Small town or village Small town or village Comber Wildlife area, bird sanctuary Castle Espie - Wildfowl & Wetlands Trust Archeological exhibit, museum Archeological site or ruin Christian sites Mahee Island - Nendrum Monastic Site Historic site Small town or village Downpatrick Small town or village Clough Towers, monuments, observation deck Zoo or animal collectionDown Cathedral Downpatrick Archeological site or ruin Mount Stewart House and Gardens Roman, Greek, Stormo Village reconstruction, open-air museum Railroad attraction or museum Ulster Folk and Transport Museum
Views: 798 DriveHelpGetmethere
West Lancashire Light Railway Steam Gala 2016
 
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So far this year,for one reason or another I've not managed to get to any of the events I had been looking forward to attending. So It made a pleasant change to be able to get along to The West Lancashire Light Railway for their Steam Gala on the 6th and 7th August 2016. It was made all the more enjoyable when I realised it had been almost three years since my last visit, Time sure is flying past. Irish Mail, Utrillas, Joffre and guest Locos GP39 and Alpha were in action over the weekend. The Merseyside Transport Trust were offering rides around the local area on vintage buses. There was also plenty of things to do and see for all the Family. As I said before, This was the first event I've managed to get to this year and I was not disappointed. Even the weather was kind to us,although compared to Saturday, Sunday was a slightly overcast and a little windy. Once again the guys at the WLLR produced a brilliant event they can be very proud of. Many Thanks to you all for all the hard work you obviously put in for a thoroughly enjoyable weekend. A selection of Photos from the event can be found at: http://www.mollsmyre.co.uk/wllr-steam-gala-2016.html
Views: 6349 mollsmyre
EcoLogic Cornwall
 
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Eco-Logic is an innovative re-use and recycling project in Cornwall which exchanges household goods for voluntary work hours, these hours are then worked off in the community cleaning beaches, picking litter, repairing community areas etc, Eco-logic also provides free furniture to people with terminal illnesses and women and children fleeing domestic violence. Eco-logic recycling rate is 95%
Views: 1382 EcoLogicCornwall
WE FOUND A REAL TREASURE! B.C. Coins & Gold "LAUREAT HEAD"  + Rare Silver Bullion Quarter Dollars
 
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We found a REAL treasure! Amazing! Old Coins, Roman, Greek & 200 grams Gold Necklace Unidentified Laureat Head + Extreme Rare Beautiful Silver Bullion Coins Quarter Dollars 1972 of President George Washington, restored to its original 1932 beauty. Inscriptions are UNITED STATES OF AMERICA, LIBERTY, IN GOD WE TRUST, and QUARTER DOLLAR.
Views: 632 CrazyLabo
West Lancashire Light Rly - Then and Now 1975/2014
 
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The West Lancashire Light Railway is a two foot gauge passenger carrying railway located in the village of Hesketh Bank midway between Preston and the resort of Southport. The line features a number of interesting locomotives and other railway equipment brought together from industrial lines in the immediate locality, from elsewhere in Great Britain and from overseas. The Railway is a non-profit making organisation and is operated and supported by the West Lancashire Light Railway Trust. Volunteers are always needed to help maintain and develop the Railway as well as operating the trains. If you would like to join the Trust and lend a hand you will be made very welcome.
Views: 828 WeeYellowBus
👣 ☀ Millennim Cross Hike co. Tipperary 🏞️ 🎒
 
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Muzyka : Kasket Club - Spark App : gopro Quick
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TestTown Dunfermline 2013
 
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TestTown piloted in Dunfermline in 2013, after two years of planning and development. The project was run by the Carnegie UK Trust working with Fife Council and local BID Dunfermline Delivers as local hosts, and set a challenge for 16-30 year olds to come up with innovative business uses for town centre spaces. Young people across the UK applied through a national online system, over a three-month period. Eleven teams were selected by a business judging panel to come to Dunfermline for the finals festival event in June. Each team was given a small business grant, mentoring and support. They were given two days to set up in vacant units across the town and two days to trade to the public. Our aim was to see if young people had something new to offer town centres; to provide them with chances to test out and grow new businesses; and to see how consumers responded to a different experience happening in their town.
Life is easy. Why do we make it so hard? | Jon Jandai | TEDxDoiSuthep
 
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Never miss a talk! SUBSCRIBE to the TEDx channel: http://bit.ly/1FAg8hB Jon is a farmer from northeastern Thailand. He founded the Pun Pun Center for Self-reliance, an organic farm outside Chiang Mai, with his wife Peggy Reents in 2003. Pun Pun doubles as a center for sustainable living and seed production, aiming to bring indigenous and rare seeds back into use. It regularly hosts training on simple techniques to live more sustainably. Outside of Pun Pun, Jon is a leader in bringing the natural building movement to Thailand, appearing as a spokesperson on dozens of publications and TV programs for the past 10 years. He continually strives to find easier ways for people to fulfill their basic needs. For more information visit http://www.punpunthailand.org About TEDx, x = independently organized event In the spirit of ideas worth spreading, TEDx is a program of local, self-organized events that bring people together to share a TED-like experience. At a TEDx event, TEDTalks video and live speakers combine to spark deep discussion and connection in a small group. These local, self-organized events are branded TEDx, where x = independently organized TED event. The TED Conference provides general guidance for the TEDx program, but individual TEDx events are self-organized.* (*Subject to certain rules and regulations)
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The National for Monday May 8, 2017
 
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Welcome to the National, the flagship nightly newscast of CBC News, hosted by Peter Mansbridge. »»» Subscribe to The National to watch more videos here: https://www.youtube.com/user/CBCTheNational?sub_confirmation=1 Voice Your Opinion & Connect With Us Online: The National Updates on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/thenational The National Updates on Twitter: https://twitter.com/CBCTheNational The National Updates on Google+: https://plus.google.com/+CBCTheNational »»» »»» »»» »»» »»» The National is CBC Television's flagship news program. Airing seven days a week, the show delivers news, feature documentaries and analysis from some of Canada's leading journalists.
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Isle of SKYE - MUST SEE!!! | Roadtrip i Skotland 2/2
 
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Isle of Skye er en af Skotlands smukkeste øer. Vil du også rejse til Skotland? Læs mere her: https://rejsekris.dk/tours/skotland Efter at have udforsket Glencoe kørte vi videre vestpå til Isle of Skye. Landskabet forandrer sig allerede inden man rammer øen, men den får lige en 'tand' mere på Skye, hvor naturen bare er lidt vildere og barskere end på det skotske fastland. Isle of Skye er, i mine øjne, et sted alle burde rejse til. Det er ganske overskueligt at flyve til Edinburgh, leje bil og køre vestpå via Glencoe til Isle of Skye. Kontakt mig gerne, hvis du har spørgsmål om rejser til Skotland. Enten på Rejsekris Tours hjemmesiden eller i en mail til kf(a)rejsekris.dk God rejse til Skotland 😀
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Great Western Greenway: Around Mulranny
 
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A GoPro camera view of Thee Great Western Greenway around Mulranny, Co Mayo 27.10.2012
Wardell Armstrong Archaeology Blackfriars archaeological dig2
 
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An overview of the Blackfriars archaeological dig in Leicester. Wardell Armstrong Archaeology excavated the site on behalf of developers Watkin Jones to pave the way for the development of proposed student accommodation. Remains on the site clearly contained very significant information on Leicester's Roman and Iron Age past, which would have to be fully recorded by excavation before the development could proceed. Special thanks to Chris Wardle, Leicester City Archaeologist. Contributions from:- Nick Daffern, Senior Project Manager Wardell Armstrong Archaeology Adam Slater, Project Officer Wardell Armstrong Archaeology Video by Rick Martin-Bacon.
Ministry Of Health Achievements - March 17, 2017
 
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Jamaica Information Service(JIS) is aimed at reporting up to date factual Government News for Jamaican Citizen her and abroad. We have packaged it into Jamaica Magazine and JIS News along with other features. Look through each package and you will be able to find various features highlight the Governments endeavour to meet its mandate. For further information any News Story or to contact us visit www.JIS.Gov.jm Please Share, Thumbs UP and Subscribe JIS News Playlist https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLgJbc0bj4Rti9qRpm2iW5aoZkFabOazbG Jamaica Magazine Playlist https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLgJbc0bj4Rtj9Uil_4VU-fff-TBQkf73b Official Speeches Playlist https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLgJbc0bj4RtjH6Gc494-mNSYCKovSOsrX Issues & Answers Playlist https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLgJbc0bj4RtjH6Gc494-mNSYCKovSOsrX Jamaica House Weekly Playlist https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLgJbc0bj4RtjH6Gc494-mNSYCKovSOsrX JIS Features Playlist https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLgJbc0bj4RtjLAiOct3MQ8wcx0knHdFOk Budget 2016/2017 Playlist https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLgJbc0bj4RtjEsWWQBGaAIkJOJ7bkE4i6 OPM Press Briefing Contact us at: Jamaica Information Service (Head Office) 58A Half Way Tree Road, Kingston 10 Jamaica, W.I. Telephone: (876) 926-3590-4 or 926-3740-6 Email: [email protected] or [email protected] Television Department Caenwood Centre, 37 Arnold Rd (5) Telephone: (876) 922-3317 or 922-8680-4 Regional Offices NHT Building 42 B-C Union Street, Montego Bay Telephone: (876) 952-0544
All Our Stories PART 1
 
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Part 1 of The Diverse Cymru All Our Stories film All Our Stories, filmed by Tara Wyllie on behalf of Diverse Cymru, funded by the Heritage lottery fund.The film explores the stories and heritages of black and minority ethnic people across Cardiff, looking into ideas on perceptions of Welsh history, identity and heritage. Black Minority Ethnic people from across Cardiff investigate how their own experiences and memories of BME communities and history in Cardiff have contributed to the development and history of Cardiff as a whole. Find out more about us at: http://www.diversecymru.org.uk
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Skelmersdale's Yesterdays - Part 1 - Skelmersdale Heritage Society
 
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Part 4 of 4. View images of Skelmersdale, a small mining town in West Lancashire, from times gone by. Produced by the Skelmersdale Heritage Society - for more details of the history of Skelmersdale visit the Skelmersdale Heritage Society web site at http://www.skemheritage.org.uk.
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UNESCO WHW: Dorset and East Devon Coast
 
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A video of my day trip to the UNESCO site; Dorset and East Devon Coast. A stunning place if you like geology. Sources include: whc.unesco.org Jurassic Mary; Mary Anning and the Primeval Monsters by Patricia Pierce (2006) The History Press The Geology of Britain: An Introduction by Peter Toghill (2000) Crowood Fossils of the Jurassic Coast by Samuel Scriven (2016) Jurassic Coast Trust Information from the Lyme Regis Museum and sources on site. Music is Daydream Bliss by SYBS.
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Lake District, The Complete Tour, England
 
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The Lake District in northwest England is a very popular holiday destination, famous for lakes, forests, mountains and quaint villages. It was designated a UNESCO World Heritage site in 2017. We are staying in Bowness-on-Windermere for several days of fun excursions. Click to Subscribe http://bit.ly/2pmdyeu http://tourvideos.com/ our tour arranged by: http://www.mountain-goat.com Four of the top activities are exploring the towns, taking boat rides, do a little nature walking, and take a driving tour of the region to see the other nearby lakes and quaint villages. Most of our program takes place during a van tour of the lakes that visits 10 different lakes, including Brotherswater, Derwent Water, Grasmere, Ullswater and Windermere. On the van ride we also take a walk in the village of Grasmere, famous for William Wordsworth. You will be amazed by Castlerigg Stone Circle, 4500 years old, one of the area’s historic gems. Then we take a lunch stop in Keswick, whilst exploring the traditional Lakeland market town. We also do a Lake Cruise, enjoying uninterrupted views of the Lakeland fells from Derwent Water. You can pick from a variety of kinds of excursion boats on Lake Windermere: you can have a one-hour cruise or go for an all-day expedition. You could enjoy a cruise with dinner, there are hydrofoils, rowboats or sailboats for rent -- all kinds of nautical activities exist here on the shores of Lake Windermere. By the end of the 18th century the region was already becoming popular with visitors and this has steadily grown to the point where today nearly 20 million annual visitors enjoy the beauties of this special place. This huge amount of tourists can be a challenge to deal with in your visit, but you will find the beauties of the natural landscapes make your efforts quite worthwhile. In this show we have useful suggestions to help your planning. Summer season is obviously most crowded and brings with it the best weather with least chances of rain, so take your chances, but we suggest the shoulder season, like the visit shown here which was during May, a perfect time to visit. We never felt inconvenienced by any crowds. After all, facilities like hotels and restaurants are able to handle the peak crowds of summer, so if you are here in May, with proper reservations at a decent hotel, you will have no problems. Of course the summer is when everybody wants to be here but we find that May is ideal. You’ll need to spend at least several nights in the area this to really get a chance to see the charming countryside, explore some towns, go shopping, and perhaps enjoy some fine dining. This is actually two towns joined together as one: Windermere is a mile to the north and Bowness-on-Windermere lies along the shores of the lake. Each center has its cluster of shops and restaurants, but the main focus is down at Bowness, which has most of the hotels and that special setting along the water. The town of Bowness is a good base of operations for heading out to see the other lakes in the district and enjoying some day tours as we will be doing. Windermere is the largest and the longest lake in the British Isles, about 10 miles long with a 24-mile circumference, and there are several villages along the shores of the lake. We see Lake Windermere the easy way, on a boat ride. We are travelling in mid-May and ran into some great weather. And actually it’s quite pleasant the temperature here is in the low 70s there is a slight breeze on the lake but not terribly windy. a most pleasant day. The temperature is pleasant enough that it’s comfortable to sit outside, After all you want the view -- that’s why we’re enjoying this boat ride, to have a look at this charming rolling countryside along the shores of the lake of Windermere. Some of us decided to get off the boat at Ambleside which is one of the main small towns here in the Lake Country. There's a level nature trail from the boat dock to Ambleside town passing first through an open meadow with some Roman ruins visible, and then along beautiful stream. We also get to see the sheep frolicking around. The walk only took about the walk only took about 30 minutes. We came upon foundations of ancient Roman buildings. From such forts the Romans could control hundreds of square miles. the army was staffed in part by Roman soldiers and mercenaries, some of them from Yugoslavia. Roman rule began in Britain back in A.D. 43. A massive army of 40,000 soldiers quickly conquered most of the island and Romans remained in control for the next 300 years. When the path follows along the stream it becomes so beautiful, lined with wildflowers, that you feel you stepped into some kind of movie or dream. Those few minutes became one of the top highlights of the three-week tour of the British Isles. A simple walk through the woods could provide a transcendental experience.
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The Importance of Innovation to UK Manufacturing Panel Discussion - CPI Conference 2014
 
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Panel Response at From Innovation to Commercialisation with to Secretary of State’s speech by policy experts David Wright (Innovate UK), Steve Elliott (CIA), David Cairncross (CBI), Steve Fletcher (KTN).