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The Iron Horse: UK Edition [DVD]
The Iron Horse: UK Edition [DVD]
Dvd ~ George O'Brien
Offered by TwoRedSevens
Price: £9.99

3 of 9 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars The Iron Horse-Better than expected, 15 Aug. 2003
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I had been tempted by this title for some time, & as a Western Railroad enthusiast welcomed the chance to buy same, and in its entertainment content found it enjoyable to watch, and agree with the comments made by the reviewer Michael Bo from Denmark
However, i would have liked to have seen more railroad operations & action, (but then i am a fan of trains with big smokestacks & cowcatchers) Look for the big error, the U.P loco in the film is shown as number 116 opposite Jupiter, the title caption card also claims this, but checking all historical details i find repeated reference to the U.P loco as being numbered 119!
I have double checked the DVD and if fact is correct, some one all those years back got it wrong, but that aside its still a good film.

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17 of 17 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Quality without a high cost, 14 Aug. 2003
In my quest for a new Digital camera i first i looked for at least 3.5 M/P as my existing one was only 2.1 M/P.
But i also wanted a camera that felt like a camera when held, (like my old Olympus OM10 did,) well i held & felt as many as i could until i found the right one. It feels & looks good, its easy to programme, and use with easy read instructions, and as to the quality? well its what i would expect from Olympus, but with a choice of pixel quality to suite my needs. (Only one very minus point , as of yet i have not found anywhere to secure the hanging lens cap when the camera is in use!)

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