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To celebrate the move to the new server, I thought it was high time the video of the week 5 years was updated.

"Video of the week" button top-left of every page, for a look at a nice GWR layout.

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Nice video Martin ! Dont suppose you fixed all the links in the video Archive as well ? Half of them have been dead for ruddy ages !  I'm sure the members can supply some suitable material
Note I DID say suitable  :cool wink

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Once opened, I couldn't close that window or leave it! Had to close YMRC, surely can't be what you want?



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Whichever. Browser you are using Colin press the back- left facing arrow  (two arrows facing in opposite directions either top or bottom  of your screen depending on the device/ browser you are using) That should back you up one stage from whatever you are doing ie back out of the video 



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Hi Matt,


nothing happens when I hit the < button as suggested but then I spotted a button top left "Hide Video" that works :roll:



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Barchester wrote: :thumbs

I was using the < button on the Keyboard, now I've reread the instructions I've found the correct back button.

As it happens, hide video is a better option



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Thanks Martin. An enjoyable watch there.



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Good stuff Colin, others will hopefully read these comments from us and have BOTH options available  :cool wink
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Barchester wrote: Nice video Martin ! Dont suppose you fixed all the links in the video Archive as well ? Half of them have been dead for ruddy ages !  I'm sure the members can supply some suitable material
Note I DID say suitable  :cool wink

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See latest announcement - Video Archive fixed

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Ooooo new distraction!



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Theres some good old stuff in there, and going forward we can add in some new links so if anyone has some links to anything they feel would fit well, feel free to post them here and the members can start choosing what ones they would like to see in the Archive  :hmm
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Barchester wrote: Theres some good old stuff in there, and going forward we can add in some new links so if anyone has some links to anything they feel would fit well, feel free to post them here and the members can start choosing what ones they would like to see in the Archive
Hi Matt,

For starters, the one I just removed from the video of the week:

 https://youtu.be/afvGStYT9xI

The archive was intended to be a record of past videos of the week, for anyone who missed them.

cheers,

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thanks Martin  :thumbs  not sure I could keep up with one a week lol, but  if we changed it to match Picture of the month, that might be doable as then I could Add it into the Archive when its changed  each Month ?
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P.S 'm NOT saying another contest lol but Im happy putting in a new video each month and then putting the old link into the Video Archive



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This went to the other place first, seems it better belongs here:

Could I be so bold as to propose addition of these two favorites of mine? That'd give you two weeks worth and buy you some time Matt!

The Torbay Express- 6024

Great steaming thru Somerset Countryside then see the sections thru Dawlish 2:30-3min and again at 8:30- 9min #,  - of course I'm biased!

Turn the clock back 60+ years and that could easily be me watching from the gate at Backwell; (0m:18sec). Only a few miles from my home.

The Jacobite - Fort William to Mallaig

Both videos are superbly recorded in HD / Stereo Sound to remind us of the magic of Steam.



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A very enjoyable and relaxing video.

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Martin Wynne wrote: Barchester wrote: Theres some good old stuff in there, and going forward we can add in some new links so if anyone has some links to anything they feel would fit well, feel free to post them here and the members can start choosing what ones they would like to see in the Archive
Hi Matt,

For starters, the one I just removed from the video of the week:

 https://youtu.be/afvGStYT9xI

The archive was intended to be a record of past videos of the week, for anyone who missed them.

cheers,

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Added to the top of the Archive.

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