The Humber High Ordinary

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devon_metro

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I can't seem to get any of you videos to play :?

The only way will be for me to open URL in the player on my machine as when i try to press play it is not highlighted :?
 

Coxster

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I can't seem to get any of you videos to play :?

The only way will be for me to open URL in the player on my machine as when i try to press play it is not highlighted :?
Work fine this end, or at least the first few do...
 

richa2002

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I can't seem to get any of you videos to play :?

The only way will be for me to open URL in the player on my machine as when i try to press play it is not highlighted :?
Which browser are you using? The videos should work with IE and Firefox.
 

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Nice pics Rich!

Just a shame about the traction. What sort of a railtour uses 66s? Sorry, but if it was me on that tour, I'd have been very disappointed...:( 37s or 47s on railtours all the way!
 

richa2002

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Thanks! I was disappointed too, my Dad and I booked up thinking it would be a spoon on the front but when I saw the TOC was EWS when the tickets came through I was annoyed. It was still worth it though for all the rare lines covered!
 

richa2002

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Ah that maybe the problem, I'm not sure though seeing as they're .wmv but maybe the embedding turns it into an .asx.

Thanks :)

66s aren't really too bad, on full power they sound alright but I'd still rather anything else :).
 
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