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    New Hampshire Railway Makes Tracks With Biodiesel
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    New Hampshire Railway Makes Tracks With Biodiesel

    December 16, 2019

    JOHN DAVIS: Our success story this week takes
    us to the historic Mount Washington Cog Railway in Bretton Woods, New Hampshire. Built in
    1869, the Old Peppersass ride takes only about an hour to reach the 6,288-foot peak. Originally
    wood-fired, by 1910 coal was the fuel of choice. Today, over 100 years later, the cog railway
    uses cleaner, cheaper biodiesel to power five locomotives. Processed from local restaurant waste grease,
    the B20 fuel is supplied by White Mountain Biodiesel, a Granite State Clean Cities coalition
    stakeholder. The change is a hit with tourists. WAYNE PRESBY: We have a lot of members of
    the public that are very environmentally conscious, and they just love the fact that we’ve switched
    over. I mean, our ridership has surged since we put the diesels online, just surged. JOHN DAVIS: Some 90,000 people ride the railway
    each year, and while nostalgia buffs will find one coal-fired steam locomotive still
    being used, it’s biodiesel that is the driving force behind this unforgettable alt-fuel adventure.


    Eglinton Crosstown Construction Ep. 2 | Mount Dennis [CC]

    December 16, 2019

    Hey guys, welcome back to the channel! As
    many of you are probably intimately aware, the construction of one of Toronto’s upcoming
    rapid transit lines, the Eglinton Crosstown, is well underway with a projected open date
    in 2021. Today, we will be taking you guys on site to Mount Dennis station, the western
    terminus of the light rail line, and a future TTC and GO intermodal transit hub. Let’s
    get started! Located east of the intersection of Eglinton
    Avenue and Weston road, Mount Dennis will become one of the many “mobility hubs”
    within the city, and it will become not just the terminus for the new Eglinton Crosstown,
    but also an intermediate station on the GO Kitchener line and the Union Pearson Express,
    not to mention the numerous TTC bus routes that will also serve this station at its attached
    bus terminal. Even before reaching the station, you can
    already see the guideway into the station being constructed all along Eglinton. The
    guideway will go on this bridge across the Weston Road intersection, then under the GO
    train tracks and into the station itself. We’re really loving all the progress we
    are seeing here, and we can’t wait to see actual LRVs being tested here at the site. The LRT station itself is under the rail bridge
    and the new Photography Drive bridge, and it is already taking shape and becoming quite a
    pretty sight. You can see the glass structures taking shape, and they are well on their way
    to being completed. The station will also have an off-road bus
    terminal as mentioned before, and you can sort of see it in the distance over on the
    other side of the guideway, even though we were not able to get any closer for
    a shot. Another thing worth mentioning is the fact
    that the station is actually built on top of the property known as Kodak Heights, a
    site where Kodak manufactured their cameras. Instead of demolishing the building itself,
    they are transforming the landmark and Heritage Interest building into a focal point for the
    hub, where a lot of features like waiting areas and commercial spaces will be located. Besides the station itself, the Mount Dennis
    area also contains the Eglinton Maintenance and Storage Facility, where the trains of
    the LRT will be stored, maintained, and serviced. The facility has already received a few of
    the new Flexity Freedom trains, but unfortunately, we were not able to get more footage inside.
    Still, it is great to see the facility up and running, and ready to service the route
    in just a few short years. Alright guys, we hope you enjoyed this construction
    update at Mount Dennis station. We will be going to other parts of the route like we
    did here and with Kennedy, and we will also be back here to check out the Eglinton Maintenance
    and Storage Facility in a couple of weeks for Doors Open, so you guys can get a behind
    the scenes look at the operations here. Like, subscribe, and leave a comment down below
    if you want us to visit any part of the route in particular, or if there are any other projects
    you would like us to check out. Thanks for watching, and we’ll see you in the next one!


    Traveling Pakistan By Train Railway Journey Faisalabad To Sargodha

    December 14, 2019

    Traveling by train from Faisalabad to Sargodha train route journey. almost 100 Km passing Ahmdya Community town Rabwah, on the bank of river Chenab. Faisalabad is the Third Populous city of Pakistan and second largest city of Punjab. with 3.2 Million People. The Faisalabad is an industrial center with major railway repair yards engineering works, and mills that process sugar, flour, and oilseed. it is a major producer of superphosphates, cotton and silk textiles, hosiery, dyes, printing, and agricultural equipment But I am traveling by train from Faisalabad Railway Station to Sargodha. Faisalabad Railway Station is on Khanewal-Wazirabad Branch Line, Passenger from Karachi, Lahore Rawalpindi, Islamabad, Quetta, Peshawar and many more cities. and towns of Pakistan access to all parts of Pakistan by Faisalabad Railway station, In the Pakistan Railway’s Trains Shalimar Express, Pakistan Night Coach, Karakoram, Akbar, Badar and Ghouri Express. Our Journey on Millat Express The Train is 5 hours Late. from Chak Jhumra Junction a branch line toward the north to Sargodha and second toward East to the Wazirabad and Lahore Junction station Dangerous curve on Sargodha Lahore train route near Chak Jhumra. Sugarcane, wheat, Rice, Moung and Maize are Main crops grown in the Area. Lower Chenab Canal irrigates the Cultivable Land. Beautiful place near Rabwah officially Chenab Nagar in center of river Chenab, Rabwah is famous for being the headquarters of the Ahmadiyya Community. It has been the headquarters of the Ahmadiyya Community since September 20, 1948 when the community moved its headquarters from Qadian, India to Pakistan after independent of Subcontinent. Thanks for watching Complete video Comment your suggestion


    Sweden. Inland Railway: ULRIKSFORS – VILHELMINA (1997) Train Driver’s Cab View from Y1 1360

    December 13, 2019

    ULRIKSFORS (Uf) To the left: The line to Strömsund. Some parts of this journey will go in silence. The reason for that is conversations that I don’t want to publish. Lövberga (Löb) A small part including driving over a reindeer has been cut. Change of batteries. The River: Flåsjöälven. The River: Tåsjöälven. Hoting campingplats (Hcp) HOTING (Htg) To the right: The line to Forsmo. The River: Rörströmsälven. Kilvamma (Kiv) Dorotea campingplats Dtc DOROTEA (Dta) Dorotea emballagespår (Dte) Storbergets industrispår (Sti) Saxvattnet (Sx) Change of batteries. Granberget (Ggt) Meselefors campingplats (Mcp) The River: Ångermanälven. MESELEFORS (Mlf) Volgsjöfors (Vgf) Change of batteries. VILHELMINA (Vma) Vilhelmina timmer (Vmat) I hope you have had a pleasant journey! Thank you for watching!

    Thomas and Friends Wooden Railway Video for Kids | Charlie’s Knock-Knock Jokes | Sodor Storytime
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    Thomas and Friends Wooden Railway Video for Kids | Charlie’s Knock-Knock Jokes | Sodor Storytime

    December 12, 2019

    Knock-Knock! Who’s there? Colin! Colin Who? Colin all enigines! Colin all engines! Be on the lookout out for knock-knock jokes! Knock-Knock! Who’s there? Percy! Percy who? Percy-vere and you’ll go far! Knock-Knock! Who’s there? Toby! Toby who? Toby or not Toby, that is the question! knock-knock Who’s there? Arthur! Arthur who? Arthur anymore knock knock jokes these are hilarious! Knock knock! Who’s there? Hank! Hank who? You’re welcome! Knock-Knock! Who’s there? Annie! Annie who? Annie more of these knock-knock jokes? I love them! Knock knock! Who’s there? Claire! Claire who? Claire the way I’m coming through! Hey Hugo, knock-knock! Who’s there? Hugo Hugo who? Hugo your way, and I’ll go mine Hey Sam, knock-knock? Who’s there? Sam! Sam Who? Sam guy that knocked on the door last time! Hey Rocky, knock-knock! Who’s there? Rocky! Rocky who? Rocky-bye baby on the treetop! Hey Dustin, knock knock! Who’s there? Dustin Dustin who? Dustin time for more knock-knock jokes! Hey Harvey, knock knock! Who’s there? Harvey! Harvey Who? Harvey just gonna stand around and tell jokes all day? Hey Neil, knock knock! Who’s there? Neil Neil who? Neil down to the king of the knock-knock jokes! Hey Philip, knock-knock! Who’s there? Philip! Phillip who? Philip on lots of diesel you have a long way to go today! Hey Iron ‘Arry knock knock! Who’s there? ‘Arry! ‘Arry who? ‘Arry up and tell us more knock-knock jokes! Knock-knock! Who’s there? Charlie Charlie who? Charlie horse! Knock-knock! Who’s there, Diesel? Diesel! Diesel who? Diesel teach you to tell knock-knock jokes! Hey Charlie, knock-knock! Who’s there? Oliver! Oliver who? Oliver troubles are over, help has arrived! Hey Diesel, knock knock! Who’s there? Duck! Duck who? Just Duck! Here come the Great Western Railway engines! Hey Mavis, knock knock! Who’s there Charlie? Mavis… Mavis who? Mavis be the last knock knock joke I tell for a loooong time!

    Railway Journey Multan To Kot Addu  Layyah 2019
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    Railway Journey Multan To Kot Addu Layyah 2019

    December 11, 2019

    Traveling Pakistan by Train, in this video, Railway journey from Multan to Layyah. my journey on Thal Mianwali Express. It is restored after 7 Years. Thal express runs between Multan and Rawalpindi, Ac Standard and Economy Class Coaches. Multan to Rawalpindi almost 570 Km. The Fare is 600 Rupees in Economy class and 1280 Rupees for Ac Lower Standard. It departs Daily at 07:00 Am from Multan Cant Railway Station. The Train takes 11 hours to reach Rawalpindi, It is fast Train than Mehr express because of 9 stops. This is the first part of my Journey on Thal Express Entire journey in Punjab.

    New Zealand Railway Station’s New Mesh Art Piece Causes Much Hilarity
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    New Zealand Railway Station’s New Mesh Art Piece Causes Much Hilarity

    December 10, 2019

    It doesn’t look much like a cloud – but
    that’s exactly what this new £97,000 sculpture is supposed to be. The phallic mesh art piece has caused much
    hilarity since it was unveiled at a railway station in a suburb close to Auckland in New
    Zealand. One commuter, Phil Wellman, told the New Zealand
    Herald: “Oh my God, it’s a c*ck and balls.” The aluminium art work – called ‘Transit Cloud’
    – was created by sculptor Gregor Kregar, artist wife Sara Hughes and architect Davor Popadich
    and it was commissioned by Auckland Council. Kregar said he had found the reaction “a little
    upsetting” but told the New Zealand Herald: “Art is out there to stir reaction.” Last week a Canadian rail firm was left red-faced
    after customers pointed out that a map of one its stations was shaped like a penis. And in October American artist Paul McCarthy
    caused outrage in Paris when his giant blow-up Christmas tree was revealed – and left livid
    locals comparing it to a sex toy. The 69-year-old was even punched three times
    in the face by a Parisian after it was said to look like a ‘green monster butt plug’