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Tulip Trestle

Discussion in 'Photos and Video' started by Boozshey, Aug 19, 2014.

  1. Boozshey

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    Great video! Loved the slow tracking shot of the engines pulling the train across the trestle and the long shot from a distance.
     
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    Simply amazing. Great job!!
     
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    That was very cool! Awesome job...
     
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    Frigging cool, THANKS!
     
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    Trusty P1 v1.1.1, for sale now. It's been a good pal.
     
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    loved it!
     
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    Beautifully done, smooth flying, great editing...Congrats!
     
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    Well done! Some great angle shots of the train coming across the tracks and a great job of following the engines.
     
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    This might be my favorite video of the week! Loved watching the train cross. It reminds me of the Kinzua Bridge in PA before a tornado tore a portion of it down. http://www.dcnr.state.pa.us/stateparks/findapark/kinzuabridge/index.htm
    I would not of guessed the trestle was still in service if I hadn't seen the train cross. Amazing structure and a testament to early industrial America and the 'built with blood & guts' generation that crafted it.
     
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