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Ray Dunakin Posted - 06/10/2019 : 3:38:42 PM
https://youtu.be/qwIdzLHD0ng


Here's another video in my series featuring historic sites and structures along the former San Diego & Arizona Railway. In this video we'll take a look at a pair of large, riveted steel viaducts, including the spectacular “High Bridge" over Campo Creek. And there's also a brief look at two lesser items of interest - a small deck bridge over Highway 94, and an old concrete call box at Division.

For more in this series, check out my Carrizo Gorge videos. And be sure to subscribe to find out about future videos in this series.

Music:
"Traveling Through Life"
by Acoustic Elements
Licensed by AudioJungle
https://audiojungle.net/item/travelling-through-life/6959320

Parchment texture:
copyright www.myfreetextures.com and licensed under a creative commons attribution license.
http://www.myfreetextures.com/worn-parchment-paper-2/
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FrankieJ Posted - 06/12/2019 : 12:59:33 PM
What they said .Very well done! The animation was really neat. Thanks for sharing this video.
Michael Posted - 06/12/2019 : 11:55:37 AM
Great video, Ray. Amazing photography and locale. Thanks for sharing.

Michael
jbelwood Posted - 06/11/2019 : 12:30:51 PM
Video comes just in time Ray. A buddy and I are combining our talents to build a longer version of Micro Engineering 210' trestle for his NP layout. Looks like ME used that long trestle as a reference for his kit. Towers look same as in the kit.

John
George D Posted - 06/11/2019 : 08:17:38 AM
An excellent video, Ray. Very entertaining and informative.

George
BurleyJim Posted - 06/11/2019 : 04:24:15 AM
Ray,

Excellent composition of sight, sound, and drone flying skills. [:-thumbu][:-thumbu]

Jim
Ray Dunakin Posted - 06/11/2019 : 12:23:21 AM
Thanks guys!

BTW, the "vintage movie clip"of a train crossing the bridge, is actually an animation I created from a still photo.

Michael Hohn Posted - 06/10/2019 : 10:27:28 PM
Fantastic video. You have many talents.

Mike
railman28 Posted - 06/10/2019 : 7:40:58 PM

Very nicely done.
Thank you

Bob Harris
k9wrangler Posted - 06/10/2019 : 5:10:42 PM
Another terrific video, Ray, thank you for sharing your professional work.
Ensign Posted - 06/10/2019 : 3:56:30 PM
Ray, another interesting video!
You are really becoming a master at shooting & editing & narrating these productions!

Greg Shinnie

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