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    UNBOXING! Super Fun BRIO Metro Railway Set! Off to work on the Train Lab!

    September 11, 2019


    – [Man] When’s the next
    metro train coming in? – [Eric] Chugga-chugga-choo-choo! Chugga-chugga-choo-choo! Chugga-chugga-choo-choo! Chugga-chugga-choo-choo! Yay! (baby babble) – [Man] Door’s opening! (train whistle blows) – Train Lab! – [Man] Hey guys! We’re
    gonna do another surprise for Eric and Cody since
    we love Brio so much! This is the Metro Rail Set, and this is the coolest! It’s part of the Brio world set… Eric, Cody! – [Eric] Yeah! – [Cody] Yay! – [Man] What is it? – [Eric] The Brio Metro Train! – [Man] Whoa! We’ve
    been looking at that one for awhile
    haven’t we? – [Eric] Yeah! Yeah! Yeah! Let’s open it! – [Man] Whoa! Where should we put it? Like right here? I think
    we’ve got a space for it – [Eric] Look what it comes with! It comes with all of this!
    So much! – [Man] Looks like 20 pieces, of like all the metro pieces… – [Eric] Yeah! – [Man] Is it battery operated too? – [Eric] No… – [Man] I think it is battery-operated. – [Eric] No it’s not – [Man] I think it is!
    It says on the outside of it. Oh! And there’s the beautiful brochure that really really likes Daddy’s wallet! (ringing) Look at that! There’s a
    couple of cool trains, oh we already have one
    of those tunnels too! And that’s the subway station? – [Eric] Where’s the Subway Station? – [Man] It’s in there! – [Eric] Is this the subway? – [Man] Yeah! It looks
    like the subway station – [Eric] I’ll get the subway out.. – [Man] Wow! That’s… – [Eric] Subway! – [Man] Wow I love that subway! – [Eric] Watch this! – [Man] Wow! The doors
    come open and closed too!? – [Eric] Yes!
    And look on the inside… – [Man] (awing) – [Eric] These little things… – [Man] Metro Maps… – [Eric] Ooh what is this? – [Man] – Couple of seats… – [Eric] What is this? – [Man] Looks like it’s the rail map. (high pitched) Ah! I’m going on holiday! – [Cody] And it comes with a suitcase! – [Man] Whoa! That’s so cool! He’s going on a trip! – [Eric] Does this drive? – [Man] It’s battery. – [Eric] The batteries
    are always for the lights – [Man] You think so? – [Eric] Yeah! – [Man] Huh- – [Eric] Because…
    you have to push it around – [Man] You do? – [Eric] Yes. – [Man] That’s sound and what? Sound and lights? – [Man 2] (affirmative) – [Man] Okay it’s sound and lights. What’s the sound? – [Eric] Well I don’t know! – [Man] Does it have some sound? – [Eric] No! – [Man] Hmm… it says it has sound. Let me see. Guess that’s
    where the battery goes. Ahh… (music plays) Where are we gonna put it? I think we’re gonna put
    it right in here huh? Put it right there? Oh! We even have a city
    bus in there! Look at that! So maybe we can put it
    right there and then, that would be a cool place… Can you join it in the tunnel, and then it goes straight out? – [Eric] Sure! – [Man] Oh that would be cool! – [Eric] But now we have two metros! – [Cody] That’s exciting! – [Man] Well this is just the tunnel, that will come into the Metro. – [Eric] Hey! – [Man] Oh that’s cool! – [Eric] Hey how’s about we put this, out this sign right here? – [Man] Whoa! Okay! Cool, so it’s got the metro ticket
    dispenser right there, and…
    metro rail map right there. – [Eric] And they can walk in, and we’ll- – [Cody] How about we put this right here? – [Eric] And wait for the metro. – [Man] When’s the next
    metro train comin in? – [Eric] Chugga-chugga-choo-choo! Chugga-chugga-choo-choo! Chugga-chugga-choo-choo! Chugga-chugga-choo-choo! Yay! – [Man] Doors opening! (whooing & laughter) – [Cody] We need a seat for our suitcase! – [Eric] Oh that goes front car. Need to put that in later. We put that in when the train backs up. First door closing! – [Man] (engine revving)
    Here comes the bus with more passengers! (brakes squeal) – [Cody] We don’t have
    a place for this one! – [Man] (high pitched) Wait for me! Wait for me! Wait for me! Oh! You’re filled up!
    Okay! I’ll go for the next one…
    Oh! You do have an extra train! – [Eric] (giggles) Yeah! – [Man] Yay! Come on in! – [Cody] We’re busy over here! – [Man] Oh! You have
    another one? Who can ride? The construction worker
    needs to get to work. Here he comes! – [Eric] The construction worker doesn’t need to come. – [Man] Yeah! Cause he needs to get to the Gantry crane area to drive his forklift. – [Eric] Wow! This is
    becoming a long train. – [Man] Whoa! It’s the morning rush hour. – [Eric] (mimics train chugging) – [Man] Boy! That’s a long
    early morning metro train – [Eric] Yes! – [Man] Wow! Everybody
    needs to get to work. – [Cody] Sir, get back here. – [Man] Uh oh… might be too long. – [Eric] It can’t. – [Man] Over to the ferry! Might have to take a couple at a time huh? (music playing) – [Eric] Might be… this person is actually too tall! – [Man] He is?
    Oh !I guess he is! Look at that. – [Eric] Oh that’s the end. Can’t hold any… – [Man] Okay go across the ferry. (ferry horn blows) – [Cody] We do it again? – [Man] Here we go! (boy mimics train) – [Eric] Oh the switch is wrong! We want to go this way!
    It sure is a long train! – [Man] Everybody is going to work… A bear who cares… A noob in a suit. – [Eric] Chugga-chugga-choo-choo! Chugga-chugga-choo-choo! Rolling into the station! – [Man] Look! We’ve got everybody waiting to get loaded up! (screeching) – Okay let the people get off… Stopped at the work site, hauling all that load for the day! Lots of customers with lots of loads! – [Eric] This guys riding the gentry, this guy getting the forklift. – [Man] Cool (engine whirring) – [Eric] This guys not driving – [Man] Okay! I’m ready for a load! Looks like the ships almost unloaded! There we go! See you later!
    Going for another load! (mimics boat horn) – [Eric] Hey there guys!
    Come on, hop in! – [Man] Is it lunch time already? – [Eric] Yes! – [Man] Oh! Okay! I’m off! Beep!
    I’m off! (engine whirring) – [Cody] (train sound effects) – [Eric] Well I’m heading
    back from the metro. Because the big long
    train is getting ready. And now the driver’s are gonna switch. – [Man] Okay – [Eric] Train ways – [Man] Did you have a
    good time with Brio today? – [Eric] Yes. – [Man] How about you Cody? – [Cody] Yes! – [Man] We love Brio! – [Eric] We love Brio! – [Man] We love Brio. – [Eric] Yeah! Too much! (laughter) – [Man] See you later!
    Everybody’s going home. (train whistle) – TrainLab!

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    The Train Song for kids 🚂 Trains for children | HeyKids – nursery rhymes

    September 9, 2019


    The train is whistling I hear it puffing The engine driver’s my grandfather The station master is my daddy And in the wagon smiles my granny There’s my mommy, she’s so pretty And she’s working in the diner To start the train, I’d like to try Waving all of you “good bye”! The train is whistling I hear it puffing The engine driver’s my grandfather The station master is my daddy And in the wagon smiles my granny There’s my mommy, she’s so pretty And she’s working in the diner To start the train, I’d like to try Waving all of you “good bye”! The train is whistling I hear it puffing The engine driver’s my grandfather The station master is my daddy And in the wagon smiles my granny There’s my mommy, she’s so pretty And she’s working in the diner To start the train, I’d like to try Waving all of you “good bye”!

    Epic Race! Chuggington Action Chugger and Shinkansen race for the fastest train in the world!
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    Epic Race! Chuggington Action Chugger and Shinkansen race for the fastest train in the world!

    September 6, 2019


    [Eric} Go! [Dad] oh! It’s head-to-head! TrainLab [Dad] Woah! What’s going on guys? [Eric] We’re having a race! [Dad] What kind of a race? [Eric] Do you see all the engines we have around? Those are the engines we’re going to be racing. And the Shinkansen! [Dad] And Action Chugger! Racing to see who really is the fastest train in the world. [Dad] And I’ve got Action Chugger ready to go over here. Okay ready, set… [Eric] GO! GO! Okay Action Chugger is off! [Dad] The Shinkansen? What’s going on with the Shinkansen? he’s paused. Oh,
    Action Chugger is catching up! He’s catching up! [Dad] Maybe Action Chugger is faster than Shinkansen… [Eric] The Shinkansen is still not being hit. [Dad] Yeah, but Action Chugger is going to catch him quick! Oh noooo! Ohhh! Action Chugger pushes the Shinkansen off the track. [Dad] And the first round goes to Action Chugger! [Dad] So, to even up the playing field, Shinkansen has a brand new set of batteries. He’s looking pretty fast… and Action Chugger is going to have his cars on. Oh look at that, Action Chugger is fairly slow now… But the Shinkansen is blazing fast! [Eric giggling] The Shinkansen has new batteries! [Dad] Look how fast that thing is! He’s definitely catching up! Oh my goodness, look at that he’s moving so quick! Oh he’s going to be right behind Action Chugger here! Oh! If he doesn’t… he almost derailed! Can he keep going? Oh no! He derailed! Quick! He needs to be fixed! Action Chugger is going to catch up. Quick! Quick! [Eric laughing] [Dad] Action Chugger is going to catch up! [Eric] Here! [Dad] Oh there we go! Whew! He’s back in action, and catching up! [Eric laughing!] Look at that! Shinkansen is looking like he’s having a bit of a malfunction. Oh! Oh! [Eric laughing!] He’s in his review lights! Oh he caught him! but can he be powerful enough to push Action Chugger? off the rail? I don’t know! [Eric] but he’s coming off the rail! [Dad] Yes he is coming off the rail… He’s fast but he’s light! That’s the problem… Oh! No! [Eric] Again! And Action Chugger wins the round. [Dad] Okay, looks like we have a modification to the track there… [Eric] That’s the finish line [Dad] Looks like we have a big long head-to-head track! Are you ready? [Eric] GO! oh no we have a malfunction at the start [Eric] Go! Look at that… look at that! The Shinkansen! [Eric] GO! Yes! The Shinkansen is the fastest train! [Eric] I wish Action Chugger was the fastest train. [Dad] Oh no! Let’s have another race, best out of three… Were you disappointed Action
    Chugger didn’t win? [Eric] so I’m going to make him go faster! How’s that? What are you gonna do? I’m going to make him go faster by putting new batteries [Dad] Ohhh… Even the score! Alright, let’s do it! [upbeat rock music] We’re going to have the full trains race head-to-head [Eric] Ready… Set… Go! It’s head-to-head! But the Shinkansen is moving ahead! And the Shinkansen wins! [Eric] And crashed! Crashed into the stop. [Dad] It’s the world champion… The Shinkansen train. Alright guys thanks for watching! [Eric] Thumbs up if you like this video! Don’t forget to subscribe! TrainLab

    Lots & Lots of Trains #1 FULL SHOW | Lots & Lots of Trains for Kids | James Coffey
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    Lots & Lots of Trains #1 FULL SHOW | Lots & Lots of Trains for Kids | James Coffey

    August 24, 2019


    (bright ambient music) (train chugging)
    (whistle blowing) (train chugging) – [Narrator] Here they come, clickety-clack down the track. It’s Lots & Lots of Trains. Big trains, little trains, steam trains, diesel,
    freight, and passenger trains, even trains the blow through snow. Old trains, new trains,
    fast trains, slow trains, smokin’ trains, even trains
    from around the world. Plus toy trains, trolley trains, and much, much more. Hear the whistle blow, feel the heat, smell the smoke, as these titans of the
    tracks thunder on by. (whistle blowing) (jaunty country music) (frantic country music) ♫ Through the night to the early sunrise ♫ Travelin’ along on those railroads ties ♫ Through the gentle hills
    and the western skies ♫ I see lots and lots of trains ♫ Through the tunnels, by the ocean shore ♫ Listen to those diesel engines roar ♫ From Birmingham to Baltimore ♫ I see lots and lots of trains ♫ Lots and lots of trains ♫ Comin’ round the bend
    and headed down the track ♫ Lots and lots of trains ♫ Comin’ round the bend
    and headed down the track ♫ I love to listen to the
    sound of that clickety-clack ♫ See the sights and hear the sounds ♫ By the cities and through the towns ♫ From the morning sunrise
    ’til the sun goes down ♫ I see lots and lots of trains ♫ Day or night, rain or shine ♫ Passing by the houses
    and the railway signs ♫ Over the mountains and through the pines ♫ I see lots and lots of trains ♫ Lots and lots of trains ♫ Comin’ round the bend
    and headed down the track ♫ Lots and lots of trains ♫ Comin’ round the bend
    and headed down the track ♫ I love to listen to the
    sound of that clickety-clack ♫ And the smell of that
    smoke comin’ out the stack ♫ I’m gonna get on board
    and I’m not comin’ back (steam hissing) (bell tolling) (whistle blowing) (train chugging) (jaunty country music) (train chugging) (whistle blowing) (whistle blowing) (train chugging) (whistle blowing) (whistle blowing) (whistle blowing) (whistle blowing) (train chugging) (flames crackling) (steam hissing) (train chugging) (whistle blowing) (twangy country music) (motor humming) (beeping) (twangy country music) ♫ Come along, it’s time
    for us to travel to a place ♫ That’s far away ♫ To yesterday ♫ Hear the whistle blow and
    now it’s time for us to go ♫ Without delay ♫ We’re on our way ♫ Move down the tracks ♫ Sailing along with the wind at our backs ♫ Pass by the cities,
    the houses, and shacks ♫ Grabbing ahold of a memory from the past ♫ Journey through the countryside ♫ The great divide, the
    rocky shores of Maine ♫ Aboard a train ♫ Rolling by the mountains and the valleys ♫ And the wide-open plains ♫ Through fields of grain ♫ An American dream ♫ Caught in a era of
    fire, smoke, and steam ♫ Traveling along by the
    cool mountain streams ♫ Climb all aboard for
    a magical railway ride ♫ Aboard a train ♫ Aboard a train ♫ Aboard a train ♫ Aboard a train (muffled radio announcement) (bell tolling) (jaunty country music) (train chugging) (whistle blowing) (train chugging) (whistle blowing) (bell tolling) (train chugging) (train chugging) (whistle blowing) (train chugging) (whistle blowing) (train chugging) (cargo crashing) (jaunty country music) (train chugging) (whistle blowing) (brakes squealing) (train chugging) (bell tolling) (train chugging) (train chugging) (whistle blowing) (train chugging) (whistle blowing) (twangy country music) (train chugging) (train chugging) (whistle blowing) (train chugging) (steam hissing) (bell tolling) (train chugging) (whistle blowing) (muffled radio announcement) (train chugging) (whistle blowing) (train chugging) (twangy country music) (whistle blowing) (train chugging) (whistle blowing) (train chugging) (whistle blowing) (trolley humming) (train chugging) (jaunty country music) ♫ Through the night to the early sunrise ♫ Travelin’ along on those railroad ties ♫ Through the gentle hills
    and the western skies ♫ I see lots and lots of trains ♫ Through the tunnels, by the ocean shore ♫ Listen to those diesel engines roar ♫ From Birmingham to Baltimore ♫ I see lots and lots of trains ♫ Lots and lots of trains ♫ Comin’ round the bend
    and headed down the track ♫ Lots and lots of trains ♫ Comin’ round the bend
    and headed down the track ♫ I love to listen to the
    sound of that clickety-clack ♫ See the sights and hear the sounds ♫ By the cities and through the towns ♫ From the morning sunrise
    ’til the sun goes down ♫ I see lots and lots of trains ♫ Day or night, rain or shine ♫ Passing by the houses
    and the railway signs ♫ Over the mountains and through the pines ♫ I see lots and lots of trains ♫ Lots and lots of trains ♫ Comin’ round the bend
    and headed down the track ♫ Lots and lots of trains ♫ Comin’ round the bend
    and headed down the track ♫ I love to listen to the
    sound of that clickety-clack ♫ And the smell of that
    smoke comin’ out the stack ♫ I’m gonna get on board
    and I’m not comin’ back (train chugging)
    (whistle blowing) (steam hissing) (train chugging) (flames crackling) (train chugging) (metal clanking) (whistle blowing) (whistle blowing) (train chugging) (whistle blowing) (brakes squealing) (train chugging) (brakes squealing) (train chugging) (steam hissing) (brakes squealing)
    (motor humming) (train chugging) (bell tolling) (steam hissing) (train chugging)

    OLD Rusted Abandoned Railroad Crossing on Busy Highway
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    OLD Rusted Abandoned Railroad Crossing on Busy Highway

    August 19, 2019


    hello ladies and gentlemen, RailROL82 here, your railroad archaeologist so today I’m in our Pennsylvania Highway
    322 and I came across this jump over here these are some ancient pen levers
    over here they even have to pinnacle top I’ll show you them right now so you can
    see the rust on the Foundation’s backs it’s a Middletown and homeless town or
    railroad company cross for once because it’s exempt them so there you got the
    dog tag it’s the USNS cantilever and even though climb up the stairs
    there’s no there’s no law protected a as you can see those Knights are rusted to
    the max the one on that side wait till there’s old lowland traffic because this
    is a pretty busy island here so hey this is going track to you over here I’ll
    include or Google mastering this location suggesting fun follow along that’s the activation for the crossing I don’t think I’m going to be able to
    get to the other side there’s a crapload of course yeah try to drum it best to get resent usns
    roasted lights all right guys check out one of my other
    videos please subscribe if you have a hit that notification ball give me a
    comment down below thank you saying are

    Lots & Lots of Trains #2 FULL SHOW | Lots of Trains for Kids | James Coffey
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    Lots & Lots of Trains #2 FULL SHOW | Lots of Trains for Kids | James Coffey

    August 15, 2019


    (tranquil synthesizer jingle) (train chuffs) (whistle toots) – [Voiceover] Here they come,
    clickety-clack down the track! It’s Lots and Lots of Trains. Big trains, little trains, steam trains, diesel, freight and passenger trains. Even trains that blow through snow. Old trains, new trains,
    fast trains, slow trains, smoking trains, even trains
    from around the world. Plus toy trains, trolley
    trains, and much, much more! Hear the whistle blow. Feel the heat! Smell the smoke, as these
    titans of the tracks thunder on by. (whistle blares) (energetic banjo music) (steam hisses) (whistle toots) (Lots and Lots of Trains by James Coffey) ♪ Through the night,
    to the early sunrise ♪ ♪ Traveling along on the railroad ties ♪ ♪ Through the gentle hills
    and the western skies ♪ ♪ I see lots and lots of trains ♪ ♪ Through the tunnels,
    by the ocean shore ♪ ♪ Listen to those diesel engines roar ♪ ♪ From Birmingham to Baltimore ♪ ♪ I see lots and lots of trains ♪ ♪ Lots and lots of trains ♪ ♪ Coming ’round the bend
    and headed down the track ♪ ♪ Lots and lots of trains ♪ ♪ Coming ’round the bend
    and headed down the track ♪ ♪ I love to listen to the
    sound of that clickety-clack ♪ ♪ See the sights, hear the sounds ♪ ♪ By the cities, through the towns ♪ ♪ From the morning sunrise
    ’til the sun goes down ♪ ♪ I see lots and lots of trains ♪ ♪ Day or night, rain or shine ♪ ♪ Passing by the houses
    and the railway signs ♪ ♪ Over the mountains
    and through the pines ♪ ♪ I see lots and lots of trains ♪ ♪ Lots and lots of trains ♪ ♪ Coming ’round the bend
    and headed down the track ♪ ♪ Lots and lots of trains ♪ ♪ Coming ’round the bend
    and headed down the track ♪ ♪ I love to listen to the
    sound of that clickety-clack ♪ ♪ And the smell of that
    smoke coming out the stack ♪ ♪ I’m gonna get on board
    and I’m not coming back ♪ (bell clangs) (train hisses) (horn whistles) (wheels clank) (“Big Train A Comin'” by James Coffey) ♪ Big train a comin’, comin’
    down that railway line ♪ ♪ Big train a comin’, comin’
    down that railway line ♪ ♪ With that whistle blowin’ ♪ ♪ Tellin’ me that’s she’s on time ♪ ♪ I’ll take that train to
    Georgia, tired of being alone ♪ ♪ I’ll take that train to
    Georgia, tired of being alone ♪ ♪ That big train’s comin’
    comin’ to take me home ♪ ♪ Big train a comin’, comin’
    down that railway line ♪ ♪ Big train a comin’, comin’
    down that railway line ♪ ♪ With that whistle blowin’ ♪ ♪ Tellin’ me that’s she’s on time ♪ (bell clangs) (engine hisses) (train clatters) (background chatter) (cheerful country music) – [Voiceover] Say you
    wanna ride, you know. (engine clanks) (wheels screech) (“New River Train”
    adapted by James Coffey) ♪ Ridin’ on that new river train ♪ ♪ Ridin’ on that new river train ♪ ♪ It’s the same old train
    that brought me here ♪ ♪ And gonna take me home again ♪ ♪ Ridin’ on that new river train ♪ ♪ Ridin’ on that new river train ♪ ♪ It’s the same old train
    that brought me here ♪ ♪ And gonna take me home again ♪ ♪ Tryin’ to find my way back home ♪ ♪ Tryin’ to find my way back home ♪ ♪ It’s been a long, long
    time since I’ve been there ♪ ♪ I’m tryin’ to find my way back home ♪ ♪ Ridin’ on that new river train ♪ ♪ Ridin’ on that new river train ♪ ♪ It’s the same old train
    that brought me here ♪ ♪ And gonna take me home again ♪ ♪ It’s the same old train
    that brought me here ♪ ♪ And gonna take me home again ♪ (horn blares) (engine rumbles) (train whirs) (horn blares) (train clanks) (upbeat energetic music) (horn blares) (bell chimes) (train whirs) (lighthearted banjo music) (whistle toots) (train whirs) (horn toots) (wheels screech) (horn toots) (train hisses) (engine whirs) (bell clangs) (train clanks) (engine thuds) (engine hisses) (horn blares) (train clicks) (horn blares) (train hisses) (horn brays) (bell dings) (train rattles) (horn blares) (horn blares) (up-tempo playful music) (bell chimes) (train screeches) (bell chimes) (engine whirs) (mid-tempo mellow music) (bell clangs) (bell clangs) (train clatters) (horn blares) (train clatters) (horn blares) (horn blares) (train screeches) (bells clank) (mid-tempo country music) (train rumbles) (train creaks) (horn toots) (horn toots) (bell chimes) (horn blares) (train rattles) (horn blares) (train chuffs) (horn blares) (train chuffs) (horn toots) (“Legends of the Rails” by James Coffey) ♪ I look at the clock
    it’s a quarter to four ♪ ♪ It’s been a long day,
    I can’t take anymore ♪ ♪ I’ve got to get away
    and head down the track ♪ ♪ With a full head of
    steam and no looking back ♪ ♪ I hear the pistons
    pounding out the beat ♪ ♪ I feel the rhythm underneath my feet ♪ ♪ And I dream, oh yeah, I dream ♪ ♪ I dream of the legends of the rails ♪ ♪ Of the legends of the rails ♪ ♪ I’ve got a temperature of a 103 ♪ ♪ I’ve got train fever
    and the one remedy ♪ ♪ Is a steamer, black ♪ ♪ Headed down the line ♪ ♪ Through the hills and into the pine ♪ ♪ Traveling along
    through the countryside ♪ ♪ I put my hand on the throttle ♪ ♪ And I open it wide ♪ ♪ And I dream, oh yeah, I dream ♪ ♪ I dream of the legends of the rails ♪ ♪ Of the legends of the rails ♪ ♪ A black silhouette
    against the moonlight ♪ ♪ A whistle echoing into the night ♪ ♪ By the rocky hills
    through the mountain snow ♪ ♪ 100 miles and 100 to go ♪ ♪ It’s a journey back
    to a place and time ♪ ♪ When a hot cup of coffee
    only cost you a dime ♪ ♪ And I dream, oh yeah, I dream ♪ ♪ I dream of the legends of the rails ♪ ♪ Of the legends of the rails ♪ (horn blares) (train chuffs) (train hisses) (train grumbles) (wheels click) (metal clatters) (children chatter) (rocks clatter) – [Voiceover] Dad, they’re gonna (rocks clatter) the engine if they run out of coal. (rocks clatter) – [Voiceover] Hey that’s nasty work. (metal clangs) (horn blares) (steam hisses) (horn blares) – [Voiceover] Couple more. (background chatter) (horn toots) – [Voiceover] Beautiful. (horn blasts) (horn blasts) (train rumbles) (horn toots) (train chuffs) (wheels squeak) (background chatter) (wheels screech) (train clanks) (train chuffs) (wheels squeak) (train creaks) (train clatters) (bell clangs) (steam hisses) – [Voiceover] That better? – [Voiceover] Yeah. (background chatter) (cheerful banjo music) (motor rattles) (“Lots and Lots of
    Trains” by James Coffey) ♪ Through the night,
    to the early sunrise ♪ ♪ Traveling along on those railroad ties ♪ ♪ Through the gentle hills
    and the western skies ♪ ♪ I see lots and lots of trains ♪ ♪ Through the tunnels,
    by the ocean shore ♪ ♪ Listen to that those
    diesel engines roar ♪ ♪ From Birmingham To Baltimore ♪ ♪ I See Lots And Lots Of Trains ♪ ♪ Lots and lots of trains ♪ ♪ Coming ’round the bend
    and headed down the track ♪ ♪ Lots and lots of trains ♪ ♪ Coming ’round the bend
    and headed down the track ♪ ♪ I love to listen to the
    sound of that clickety-clack ♪ ♪ See the sights and hear the sounds ♪ ♪ By the cities and through the towns ♪ ♪ From the morning sunrise
    ’til the sun goes down ♪ ♪ I see lots and lots of trains ♪ ♪ Day or night, rain or shine ♪ ♪ Passing by the houses
    and railway signs ♪ ♪ Over the mountains
    and through the pines ♪ ♪ I see lots and lots of trains ♪ ♪ Lots and lots of trains ♪ ♪ Coming ’round the bend
    and headed down the track ♪ ♪ Lots and lots of trains ♪ ♪ Coming ’round the bend
    and headed down the track ♪ ♪ I love to listen to the
    sound of that clickety-clack ♪ ♪ And the smell of that
    smoke comin’ out the stack ♪ ♪ I’m gonna get on board
    and I’m not comin’ back ♪

    Is This Railroad Spur Abandoned Active Or Unused ?
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    Is This Railroad Spur Abandoned Active Or Unused ?

    August 15, 2019


    hello ladies and gentlemen, RailROL82 here, your railroad archaeologist so next to the strain again the abandoned
    train that I filmed and I want to show you guys something else that was over
    here it’s like the gift that keeps on giving this area this is all an
    abandoned the spirit that went into this dog Factory over here one of the rails that the Train is on it
    says 1927 on it so you guys have a reference point 1927 all right there you go
    I have a couple real spikes for sale of you guys are interested leave me some
    comments you guys are interested we’ll make some Arabians
    oh my God look at this the mecca of railroad spikes look at all that geez
    buoys I’m gonna include a Google Maps link to
    this location so you guys can all follow along and it’s cold it’s like 45 degrees it’s too easy so how do I know it’s abandoned you ask first of all if you follow the gap the
    line is set to go straight not into that spur second of all it’s missing well no
    I thought it was missing the switch handle but it starts lieutenant yeah I
    don’t know maybe maybe they use cross spots cross what used to be that’s
    funny they don’t even include our a railroad company on this and then last but not least the one on
    this side great crossing looks pretty good vot number but no road funny
    I’m gonna guess I United Pacific alrighty guys thank you for viewing
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    I’ve Been Working on the Railroad Song | Lots & Lots of Trains | James Coffey
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    I’ve Been Working on the Railroad Song | Lots & Lots of Trains | James Coffey

    August 13, 2019


    I’ve been working on the railroad all the livelong day I’ve been working on the railroad just to pass the time away Can’t you hear the whistle blowing? Rise up so early in the morn’ Can’t you hear the captain shouting, “Dina blow your horn”? “Dina won’t you blow, Dina won’t you blow Dina won’t you blow your horn?” “Dina won’t you blow, Dina won’t you blow Dina won’t you blow your horn?” I’ve been working on the railroad all the livelong day I’ve been working on the railroad just to pass the time away Can’t you hear the whistle blowing? Rise up so early in the morn’ Can’t you hear the captain shouting, “Dina blow your horn”? “Dina won’t you blow, Dina won’t you blow Dina won’t you blow your horn?” “Dina won’t you blow, Dina won’t you blow Dina won’t you blow your horn?” “Dina won’t you blow, Dina won’t you blow Dina won’t you blow your horn?” “Dina won’t you blow, Dina won’t you blow Dina won’t you blow your horn?” “Dina won’t you blow your horn?” “Dina won’t you blow your horn?” Captions by
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    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 !!!