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    I’ve Been Working On The Railroad | Nursery Rhymes | GiggleBellies
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    I’ve Been Working On The Railroad | Nursery Rhymes | GiggleBellies

    August 15, 2019


    [ TRILLS ] [ BOING! ] [ GIGGLE! ] [ BELL DINGING ] ♪ I’VE BEEN WORKING
    ON THE RAILROAD ♪ ♪ ALL THE LIVE-LONG DAY ♪ ♪ I’VE BEEN WORKING
    ON THE RAILROAD ♪ ♪ JUST TO PASS THE TIME AWAY ♪ [ DING! DING! DING! ] ♪ DON’T YOU HEAR
    THE WHISTLE BLOWING ♪ ♪ SO EARLY, EARLY
    IN THE MORNING? ♪ ♪ DON’T YOU HEAR
    THE CAPTAIN SHOUTING? ♪ ALL ABOARD! ♪ GIGGLEBELLY,
    BLOW YOUR HORN ♪ TOOT-TOOT! ♪ OH, GIGGLEBELLY, BLOW,
    GIGGLEBELLY, BLOW ♪ ♪ GIGGLEBELLY, BLOW YOUR HORN,
    YOUR HORN ♪ ♪ TOOT, TOOT, TOOT,
    CHOO, CHOO, CHOO ♪ ♪ GIGGLEBELLY, BLOW YOUR HORN ♪ ♪ SINGING FEE-FI-FIDDLY-I-OH,
    FEE-FI-FIDDLY-I-OH, OH, OH, OH ♪ ♪ FEE-FI-FIDDLY-I-OH,
    STRUMMING ON MY TOY BANJO ♪ ♪ ALL RIGHT ♪ [ SLOOP! SLOOP! ] [ WHISTLE BLOWS ] ♪ OH, I LOVE RIDING
    ON THE RAILROAD ♪ ♪ EVERY SINGLE DAY ♪ ♪ OH, I LOVE RIDING
    ON THE RAILROAD ♪ ♪ WITH THE GIGGLEBELLY TRAIN ♪ ♪ WHEN YOU HEAR
    HIS ENGINE HUMMING ♪ ♪ IT’S TIME TO GET ON BOARD ♪ [ DING! DING! DING! ] ♪ AND WHEN YOU HEAR
    HIS WHISTLE BLOWING ♪ ♪ LET’S ALL SING SOME MORE ♪ TOOT-TOOT! ♪ OH, GIGGLEBELLY, BLOW,
    GIGGLEBELLY, BLOW ♪ ♪ GIGGLEBELLY, BLOW YOUR HORN,
    YOUR HORN ♪ ♪ TOOT, TOOT, TOOT,
    CHOO, CHOO, CHOO ♪ ♪ GIGGLEBELLY, BLOW YOUR HORN ♪ ♪ SINGING FEE-FI-FIDDLY-I-OH,
    FEE-FI-FIDDLY-I-OH ♪

    Operation Underground Railroad: Fighting Sex Trafficking Internationally
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    Operation Underground Railroad: Fighting Sex Trafficking Internationally

    August 14, 2019


    in women and children are victims of sex trafficking this is a global problem however our country is the largest consumer and producer of child abuse content and it’s happening even in the smallest communities even here in Roanoke [Music] [Music] [Applause] [Music] [Music] please put the drink down put the drink down what people don’t understand is how easy it is to purchase his child online it’s as easy as ordering a pizza what I say to those that harm children is I much rather be the person that’s staring them in the eyes then that child that they showed up to harm the reason being is I’ve seen those children I’ve looked them in the eyes and I’ve seen the pain and I’ve seen what they’ve gone through and it much rather it be me than that child what I would tell someone is this is absolutely happening in your community every time I set up one of these ops they go all across the state I always think you know no one’s gonna show up this time every single time somebody shows up and every single time we do these the number increases I can think of one operation we did was in a smaller community and I thought you know we’re probably going to get seven or eight people and ultimately we ended up arresting 26 and that’s in a small community where they thought there’s no way this is happening in our town so I’m here to say absolutely this is happening in your area people think that human trafficking and child exploitation only happens in third-world countries but the sad fact is it happens right here in our community we see it every day in 2016 the National Human Trafficking Resource Center reported a hundred and six cases of sex trafficking in Virginia and Virginia did not criminalize it until 2015 the loose laws in our state in the proximity to interstate 81 has made Roanoke a key location for traffickers to recruit and sell their victims today we talked to one local man who joined the fight at operation Underground Railroad an organization whose mission it is to save children from what has become the plague of our generation modern-day slavery they go into the darkest corners of the earth places you don’t want to see places where there is no hope working with law enforcement they find and rescue children from slavery this is operation Underground Railroad a nonprofit organization that was created by Tim Ballard Ballard a former special agent for the Department of Homeland Security created the organization several years ago with one goal in mind to eliminate sex trafficking worldwide one man who has joined this fight is ex-navy seal and Roanoke president Dave Lopez a friend of mine from the military had me introduced to Tim Ballard and oh you are on the team it was right around the time of one of their big operations that was going on in South America and they needed some extra help so they reached out to me and that was when my eyes just were opened to the horrors of sex trafficking Dave along with other former CIA seals and Special Op agents traveled the world India Haiti Mexico collaborating with the law enforcement of each region to not only rescue these children from slavery but to arrest the perpetrators as well one of Dave’s first missions was in Colombia where he helped rescue a hundred and twenty kids in one day the area I was in in Colombia very very hostile area it was the the first time I got to see how these kids are treated and be able to be a part of getting them out of that situation and so for me after that mission it was it was just apparent to me that this is all I wanted to do one of the most recent missions named Operation to st. is the subject of a limited-time private documentary a project aim to wake people up to what exactly is happening in some of the most hellish places on earth something Dave says the world needs to see it’s important to watch this documentary because it’s difficult for all of us to wrap our minds around just how evil this is what that does is causes us to want to not really process it and not really validate that it’s there but dave says people need to be aware he now works for operation Underground Railroad full-time and believes this documentary will not only help bring this issue of sex trafficking front and center in people’s minds but also inspire people to get involved to do something about it it does show the difficult real gritty side to what sex trafficking is but it also shows you hope it also shows you what’s being done to counter it it also shows you rescues it also shows you rehabilitation that’s what people have to see it’s like I think they have to have both they can’t just we can’t just sit here and talk about how kids are being trafficked everywhere it’s too dark for anyone to want to think about that all day but if we can show both sides yes they are being trafficked then they’re being exploited many kids over 20 times a day but now look what’s happening people are uniting against it people are rescuing kids out that’s the part that I think will give people that feeling of okay we can do something I’m not just thinking about this for no reason we’ve said everything [Music] in the past four years of existence operation Underground Railroad has rescued 1,400 victims and assisted in the rest of more than 570 traffickers around the world there are more people enslaved today than in the history of the world and the world has no idea this documentary is an effort to wake them up so the documentary is only available for free starting today and only for a limited time to sign up to see it and to share it log on to our film dot org

    Thermal Expansion – Why are gaps left between railway tracks? | #aumsum
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    Thermal Expansion – Why are gaps left between railway tracks? | #aumsum

    August 13, 2019


    Topic: Thermal Expansion. Why are small gaps left in between rails? Hey. Did you notice that the level of mercury in
    the thermometer rose when it was placed in hot water? You must be wondering why this happened, right? It happened because of thermal expansion. Thermal expansion is the tendency of matter to expand on heating. This tendency of expansion can be observed in solids, liquids as well as gases. Now let us see how this concept of thermal expansion applies to a thermometer. A thermometer usually consists of a narrow tube with a small bulb at its one end. The bulb and a part of the narrow tube is
    filled with mercury which is liquid at room temperature. Now, when a thermometer is placed in hot water. Mercury inside it expands due to thermal expansion and as a result its level rises. You must be thinking how the gasoline came out of the tank even though it was exactly filled till the brim. Am I right? Gasoline also expands on heating. So, what happened is that when the tank was filled till the brim, there was no space left in it. Now, when the bike was kept in the sun. The tank became hot which eventually heated the gasoline filled in it. As a result, the gasoline expanded. But since there was no space left in the tank, expansion forced gasoline to come out of the tank. Do you think that the rails bent because of thermal expansion? If yes, then you are absolutely correct. A railway track is made up of a number of
    rails joined to each other. These rails are usually made up of steel. Steel expands on heating and contracts on cooling. When the rails are joined to one another without leaving any space for expansion. The rails bend due to thermal expansion and the train goes off the railway track. To avoid this, the rails are not joined together firmly. Instead, each rail is connected to the other in such a way that a small gap is left in between them. These small gaps provide space for easy expansion of the rails. Which happens during summer. As well as due to continuous friction between the train wheels and the rails. Hence, these small gaps prevent the rails
    from bending, preventing any kind of accidents.

    Learn About Railroad Safety | Railroad Museum Field Trip | KidVision Pre-K
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    Learn About Railroad Safety | Railroad Museum Field Trip | KidVision Pre-K

    August 13, 2019


    (upbeat music) (whistling)
    (harp noise) – [Penny] Today, we’re
    at a Railroad Museum. Museums are places that
    have interesting collections of things. This museum has a very
    interesting collection of trains. – Hi Guys, welcome to The
    Gold Coast Rail Road Museum. – Hi.
    – I’m Laurie. – Hi Laurie. – And what’s your name? – Nicholas.
    – Hi Nicholas. And, you are? – Chloe.
    – Hi Chloe, nice to meet you both. Sir. We’re gonna learn lots of
    things about trains today. Are you guys ready?
    – [Family] Yes. – Alright, we’re gonna have a great time. Wanna come this way? We’ll start with some locomotives. This is the 153 steam locomotive. They used to use steam
    locomotives a long time ago, and a locomotive is just an
    engine that pulls the train. And, it has an engine in it just like the front of your parents’ car. – [Nicholas] What’s the engineer for? – [Laurie] The engineer drives the train. He sits in the front and
    the conductor takes care of the safety of the rest of the train. He usually rides in the back. There’s lots of different kinds of trains, and another kind of
    train is a freight train. And a freight train can carry your toys, it can carry your food, it
    can even carry your mail. Just about everything
    in your life has been on a train at least once. – [Penny] So, the
    locomotive is the first car on every train? – [Laurie] It is, and it
    can pull all kinds of cars. There can be a passenger
    car, or a freight car, they even have a caboose
    where the crew can ride. So you guys wanna go check
    out some different trains? – [Nicholas] Yes!
    – [Laurie] Alright! Each car has a different purpose. – [Penny] What kind of cars
    are attached to the train? – [Laurie] Well, you
    might have passenger cars, and there’s several
    types of passenger cars. You might have one that
    just has seats in it, where everybody gets to sit
    when they take a train ride, or you might have what
    we call a sleeper car and it has beds in it. It’s really fun. There are cars that they call lounge cars and you can just kinda hang out and relax, maybe have a juice. There’s all kinds of passenger cars. There’s a caboose right there! A red caboose. – [Penny] It’s the last car on a train. – [Laurie] That’s right. – [Penny] What is inside? Let’s see. Wow, look at this! – [Nicholas] What is this for? – The caboose is for the conductor. The conductor might come
    and check your tickets, he might step outside and call all aboard for everybody at a station, he has lots of different jobs. The conductor would ride back here and he could look out the windows and make sure nothing
    was wrong with the train. – It looks good. – [Laurie] And they could
    also take a break back here. (bell ringing) (train whistling) – [Penny] Do you hear that?
    – [Nicholas] That’s a whistle. – [Penny] That’s right. That whistle means a train is coming. – [Laurie] Trains are very large and heavy and take a long time to stop. So if you see any of these
    signs you need to stop, look, and listen. – [Penny] This is where
    trains cross the street. (bell ringing) R and R means rail road. Railroad is a compound word. It is two words combined to make one word. Rail and road. Together they make, railroad.
    – [Children] Railroad – [Penny] Watch out for
    trains if you see this sign. (train horns) (upbeat amusement park music)
    (murmuring) – [Laurie] This is a
    collection of model railroads and they’re just like the
    trains that we saw outside, only they’re smaller. They still have the
    locomotive and the cars and the caboose. There’s a locomotive. – A locomotive! – Caboose! – [Penny] Let’s put this
    train set in the right order. Which car goes first? – [Chloe] This one. – That’s right, that’s the locomotive. That’s where the engine is and
    it pulls all the other cars. And what’s next, where do the people sit? – [Nicholas] Passenger car. – [Laurie] Good job,
    this is a passenger car. – And which is the last car? – [Chloe] Caboose. – [Laurie] The caboose
    is for the conductor. – [Penny] This is where they could rest and talk and eat. – [Laurie] The train’s gonna
    be pulling in any minute now. (train whislting)
    – [Penny] That’s our train. We better hurry. The engineer communicates
    with the whistle. The whistle tells people that he’s coming. (bell ringing)
    (train whistling) Thank you Laurie for
    teaching us all about trains. – You’re very welcome Penny, and I thank you all for coming, and I hope you have a great day. (train steaming) (whistling)
    (harp noise) (upbeat music)

    12 Railroad Train Engines In a Row – Union Pacific Trains Videos for Kids
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    12 Railroad Train Engines In a Row – Union Pacific Trains Videos for Kids

    August 13, 2019


    this is a train video for kids like my nephew a lot of kids like to watch cargo trains train videos are very entertaining to children steam train passanger trains all types of trains the kids love trains they like toy trains also but there is nothing like the real thing as you can see here there are 10 union pacific engines lined up and ready to pull cargo if you or your child love trains than this train video is for you and its in 4k resolution so its so realistic its like your there !!!

    Bob On A Color Ride | Bob colors train | Learn Colors with Bob | Colors song | colors kids TV
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    Bob On A Color Ride | Bob colors train | Learn Colors with Bob | Colors song | colors kids TV

    August 12, 2019


    Hi kids! Do you want take a colors ride then hop along Yellow Yellow I like the sun Yellow Yellow I like the sun Purple Purple I like the grapes Purple Purple I like the grapes Blue Blue I like the sky Blue Blue I like the sky White White I like the clouds White White I like the clouds Come on all abroad the colors train come and see the colors bright Come on all abroad the colors train and take the colors ride Green Green look at the trees Green Green look at the trees Red Red look at the flowers Red Red look at the flowers Orange Orange look at the house Orange Orange look at the house Pink Pink look at door… Pink Pink look at door… Come on all abroad the colors train come and see the colors bright Come on all abroad the colors train and take the colors ride Hope you enjoy the colors ride see you next time….

    Astronauts! Children’s Song – Kids Space Adventure | Bounce Patrol
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    Astronauts! Children’s Song – Kids Space Adventure | Bounce Patrol

    August 12, 2019


    We are go for liftoff in T minus 30
    Roger that Houston, all systems 5 by 5 Ready for liftoff? 10… 9…. 8… 7… 6… 5… 4… 3… 2… 1… Liftoff! We’re Bounce Patrol, Astronauts
    We travel the galaxy Flying through outer space is where we love to be We float inside our rocket ship
    It’s zero gravity Join us on our mission of discovery Outside our window there’s a million stars and more Planets, moons, asteroids for us to explore If we’re lucky now and then we get to meet some aliens Greetings Earthlings! Would you like to be our friends? We’d love to be to your friends We’re Bounce Patrol Astronuats
    We travel the galaxy Flying through outer space is where we love to be We float inside our rocket ship, it’s zero gravity Join us on our mission of discovery There’s fun and adventure to be had everywhere Flying through outer space without a care One day on a mission we landed on Mars Ran into some Martians who played guitars We’re Bounce Patrol Astronauts, we travel the galaxy Flying through outer space is where we love to be We float inside our rocket ship, it’s zero gravity Join us on our mission of discovery We’re Bounce Patrol Astronauts, we travel the galaxy Flying through outer space is where we love to be We float inside our rocket ship, it’s zero gravity Join us on our mission of discovery We’re Bounce Patrol, Astronauts! Hi kids! You know, we’re using our imaginations
    and playing pretend in this video There aren’t really aliens who play guitars…
    Well, that we know of anyway! But there really are astronauts
    who travel to space in rocket ships and do really cool experiments to learn all about our galaxy Maybe they’ll even go to Mars one day You know, when you grow up, maybe you could be one of those astronauts who goes to Mars What an adventure that would be! So dream big, and keep bouncing!
    See you next time

    Down At The Station | Train song for toddlers | Toddler Fun Learning
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    Down At The Station | Train song for toddlers | Toddler Fun Learning

    August 11, 2019


    Down at the station, early in the morning,
    See the little puffer trains, all in a row. Here comes the driver to start up the engine,
    PUFF! PUFF! PEEP! PEEP! Off we go! PUFF! PUFF! PEEP! PEEP! Off we go!
    PUFF! PUFF! PEEP! PEEP! Off we go! Down at the station, early in the morning,
    See the little puffer trains, all in a row. Here comes the driver to start up the engine,
    CHUFF! CHUFF! TOOT! TOOT! Off we go! CHUFF! CHUFF! TOOT! TOOT! Off we go!
    CHUFF! CHUFF! TOOT! TOOT! Off we go! Down at the station, early in the morning,
    See the little puffer trains, all in a row. Here comes the driver to start up the engine,
    CLICKETY CLACK! CLICKETY CLACK! Off we go! CLICKETY CLACK! CLICKETY CLACK! Off we go!
    CLICKETY CLACK! CLICKETY CLACK! Off we go! How many trains did you count in the video? One Two Three What colour are the trains? Freddie is red Teddy is pink Eddie is Green Did you spot the orange cat? Click Subscribe for more great videos

    Bob The Train | Wheels On The Bus Go Round And Round | Nursery Rhymes | Kids Songs | Kids Tv Bob
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    Bob The Train | Wheels On The Bus Go Round And Round | Nursery Rhymes | Kids Songs | Kids Tv Bob

    August 11, 2019


    Hi kids Do you wanna sing wheel on the bus with bob the train The wheels on the bus go round and round Round and round, round and round The wheels on the bus go round and round All through the town. The wipers on the bus go Swish,Swish,swish.. Swish, swish, swish
    Swish, swish,wish The wipers on the bus go Swish, swish, Swish All through the town. The horn on the bus goes Beep, beep,beep.. Beep, beep, Beep, beep,.beep beep… The horn on the bus goes Beep, beep, beep, All through the town. The windows on the bus go up and down,up and down,up and down The windows on the bus go up and down, All through the town. The wheels on the bus go round and round ,round and round round and round The wheels on the bus go round and round All through the town. Did you enjoy the wheel on the bus Come back soon for more…