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Old 10th November 2019, 19:37
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Hallo from Hull History Nerd!

Hi all, I'm a huge history geek, mainly centred around railways, but that was my starting point to spread out wider around industrial history in general. I've been making a series of videos on YouTube about the history of Hull's railways which have gained a really nice following so far, and I was hoping you might also enjoy them. I don't ask for subscriptions, and I don't hide my videos behind paywalls - they are and will always be free to watch! I would upload one here, but I'm having trouble logging in to the TV site.


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Hi there, welcome aboard.

Can you give a link to one of your Hull railway YouTube films please ?
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I found one of the films, and was impressed by the presentation.

The Hull and Barnsley railway.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7q4UofP_se0
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Old 12th November 2019, 15:02
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Hi Philip, sorry I missed your question, but I see you have found the videos! In case anyone else is interested, here's a link to my channel; https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCLv...76uifRJN0LiUFQ

There is a whole series on the railways of Hull, and in the new year, when the weather starts behaving a little more responsibly, I'll be doing a series called Lost Railways of Yorkshire which gives the same treatment to other lines such as the Malton and Driffield, Beverley to York and Scarborough to Whitby branches.
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