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don6698@comcast.net

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How do you post a YouTube video on this forum ?
Thanks. Don

txlabman

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Great story Gil!  :)

Charlie, your videos have improved a lot in a very short time  8)

Nice looking #30 Carl ;)

Thanks Nick.

And after 2 1/2 years, you got this:

https://www.officeofsteamforum.com/videos-the-office-of-steam-cinema/txlabman-steam-cave-tour/msg17874/#msg17874

Nick

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How do you post a YouTube video on this forum ?
Thanks. Don

Just go to your video on youtube and copy paste what's up in the address bar  ;)
Nick

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this would be mine posted Oct 23, 2011, I know I had a few prior (as this one says better film quality) but I probably deleted it.

https://youtu.be/r4L1vnt3b3o
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txlabman

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this would be mine posted Oct 23, 2011, I know I had a few prior (as this one says better film quality) but I probably deleted it.

https://youtu.be/r4L1vnt3b3o

Geez Bruce. What a start to your YouTube Channel.

I really like this workshop!



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I always loved your workshop Bruce (but not as much as your Green Machine) as it is so unique and well made - really nice!
Regards,
Larry

Jim

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Two more earlier ones from me. I showed this one to Jenny and she very intently watched it (noting all the changes I dare say) and at the end exclaimed "How did I allow this to keep going"  ;D  ;D  ;D  ;D  :D  :D  :D  ;D  ;D  ;D

https://youtu.be/3EtnzmHUTtw


And with included blooper ...wow my steam room...its empty !!!

https://youtu.be/LLr27FrojhA

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tenniV11

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My first youtube video from 2012 showing a WBD Gebr. Wilhelm Bischoff Dresden
Steam plant. I only put it back to working order - not yet refurbished.
There is a second video from 2014 showing the final status, enjoy
Arnold

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zAzzhUHy1f8

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jfglxpZ6ytg

Damnfmaschine

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I’ll play the silly game.....
Not sure how to upload properly but the link should work (someone might fix it for me?)

https://youtu.be/IsrBsFySZLQ

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Hi Walter, There are no videos uploaded to our forum. You simply put the share link into your post and it automatically embeds your YouTube video.

Gil

komet163b

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Not very fancy....my first video.  Honestly!
786 days ago. 

https://youtu.be/XKXLEKrTPp0

Wayne

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Many of my earliest videos were not on Youtube so my account only goes back about seven years.
Here is one of my first youtube videos.
Mamod SP8

https://youtu.be/tvHxlQUxhP4

eec1910

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Here's my first youtube video from 2008 of my 1910 1/4hp
Economic Electric Company (EEC) stationary engine .
Trevor.

https://youtu.be/UciMc1cyZ7I

Mi Steam

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I can believe that this video is 11 years old. It was February 10, 2010
time sure flies by fast.

https://youtu.be/YH5_nCm8zpI
Carl "There is a better way for everything. Find it."TAE


parallelmotion

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Here's my first, uploaded in 2010 in Thailand after finishing this restoration. I've since learned that these fans were actually made by the Swiss company Paillard. They were better known for their music boxes and phonographs.
https://youtu.be/pCdHsSSF8Vw



 

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