Original YT playout date: 1 June 2010
I went to Tczew and this was going to incorporate more than just the train ride. I had grand ideas about updating the earlier videos I took in the older part of Tczew and maybe even popping to Gdansk to film a bit, but in the event I was just too busy. So you’ve got some train footage, and a few comments, and that’s it, I’m afraid. You get to see train food, the high water on the Vistula and the work going on to improve the track. And there’s a mildly amusing story of the woman who marched out of the carriage when I got in like I was some kind of leper or potential rapist, only to be caught with an invalid ticket by the guards with no small amount of brou-ha-ha a little later.
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Original YT playout date: 3 May 2010
Taking the train out to Děčin. Featuring “Ailelu” by Aoife.
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Original YT playout date: 2 May 2010
This film features evocative background music by Puggin (channel name “trodler” on YT) and the song title is “You Left Me Under The Oak Tree” and you can enjoy it without film noises on http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FVoQrMmRdQE Many thanks to the artist for allowing me the use of this lovely piece.
Continue reading “Prague by train from Hlavni Nadrazi to Holesovice (PV #24)”
Original YT playout date: 15 February 2010
This bit takes us from Katowice onwards, through some very pleasant territory in the snow.
Continue reading “Train from Prague to Warsaw – Part 2”
Original YT playout date: 14 February 2010
“This was going to be a Prague Vlog – the first one on the HD cam, but all I really ended up filming was the journey, as when I got there all I did was stay in the office! And as the HD cam is very “”bytey””, I can’t make just the one film of this, so I’ll do it in three parts. You get some lovely real Polish winter landscape from the train after heavy snow – snow that caused the cancellation of the aircraft I was meant to be going there on!
I was determined to go, as I had three meetings that week of people coming into Prague to see me. In the end all three cancelled, but at least my conscience was clear. I made it.”
Continue reading “Train from Prague to Warsaw – Part 1”