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Owl's Head Transportation Museum, Sun. Feb. 10, 2008. First clip is an antique snowplow making short work of quite a pile of snow - I could use that! Next is a Ford Model-T with skis and a tracks; and finally a very rare Eliason Power Toboggan taking a spin. Great museum, great day...
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A short video to show off some of our wedding cars and packages.
The company Trans Canada is in the midst of building out an enormous Wind Farm in the northern region of Franklin County, Maine. After years of planning, objections, and further review the Wind Farm has begun. The clip (YouTube Wind farm Blade) is simply a view of one part to an elaborate design to capture the wind.
My TW200 motorcycle and how I get to the real world in the spring!!
One of the first transports by LifeFlight of Maine's new fixed wing program. This video shows our interim plane taking off from Northern Aroostook Regional Airport in Frenchville, Maine. The plane is based at Bangor International Airport and can fly to most airports across the state to pick up critically ill or injured patients and transport them to one of Maine's major medical centers or much farther away to Boston, New York, Washington DC, Montreal or Toronto. LifeFlight's plane is currently being fitted with special avionics that improve performance and make it more compatible with shorter runways; and a medical interior to turn it into a flying hospital. It will go into service later this fall.
Nothing happens until something moves! Members of Maine's 1136th Transportation Company get everyone and everything where it's going, whenever needed. Message us on Facebook or visit NATIONALGUARD.com for more information on how you can serve with us.
This video is about being stuck on a railroad crossing and watching the train go by.
By request, I put together this video from several trips to Canada, primarily in 1990 and 1995 covering Maine, New Brunswick, and a bit of Quebec not included in the "Sherbrooke Thunder" "Lac Megantic" and "last day of the Sherbrooke Sub" videos. I only ever shot one CP train in Maine in daylight, and the Onawa trestle shot was taken while spending all day waiting and no train ever showed up. The New Brunswick footage was part of the 1990 trip that made up the bulk of the first two videos mentioned above.
Using an Apple iPod Touch for a camera, and a lens assembly to allow forward viewing, I was able to capture a new perspective on Jim's highly detailed train layout. The small flat iPod Touch stood up on its side on a Rutland flatcar. This was my first time using a camera for this king of video capture. Depth of field and focus can be a challenge.
Photographs of people on the deck of the docked transport steamer named State of Maine during the Civil War at Alexandria, Virginia, May 7, 1864. A group of men at the stern of the ship appear to be in the process of raising a flag. One source says that it is a hospital ship. These four looped photographs were taken in quick succession with a 4-lens stereoscopic camera and reveal that a time of possibly a few seconds between when the images on the glass negative plate were exposed. A primitive film emerges when they are animated as seen here. Probably taken by a photographer employed by Mathew Brady. Thanks to T Blake for sending me a link to additional information. Sources: National Archives http://research.archives.gov/description/529296 http://research.archives.gov/description/529329...