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April 15, 2004

Utterly compelling

London Tube ride - this may take a while to load...

The English company Video125 is selling Driver's Eye Views videos of British rail routes. While you can thus see much of Britain's scenery from a train driver's perspective, what's particularly interesting is their extensive programme of Driver's Eye Views of the London Underground, on most of which you can't see much more than, well, a Tube tunnel.

Still, I recommend that you buy one of those and watch it. It's an utterly compelling, almost hypnotic experience. I probably couldn't have done the German London Underground map without it.

Note to the baronesse: if you want to licence the clip above (it's the Northern Line somewhere between Oval and Stockwell) for your boring moving pictures series, feel free to do so.

Posted by Horst on April 15, 2004 12:05 AM to reviews | Tell-a-friend
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Baronesse said on April 14, 2004 11:06 PM:

Thank you, Horst! This is cool. Beats everything I've ever done regarding the boring moving pictures. (Though I'm working on my own version of »Life Is a Long Quiet River« which could compete with this little gem!)

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