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- Hiss of steam train2
Hiss of steam train. Duration: 00:07.
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- Typewriter8
I write slowly on the typewriter. A "Hermes Precisa 305". Duration: 00:42.
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- Dial phone1
Old phone: ring (x3), stall (x1), hangup (x1). Duration: 00:26.
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- Car engine2
Motor car : accelerations. Duration: 00:06.
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- Typewriter1
Several keystrokes and space bar of a mechanical typewriter. Duration: 00:24.
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- Hiss of steam train1
Hiss of steam train. Duration: 00:04.
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- Typewriter, key
A single typewriter key. A "Hermes Precisa 305". Duration: 00:01.
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- Car micheline
Inside an old car micheline. Duration: 02:07.
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- Socotel phone1
A Socotel rotary telephone ringtone set to silent. Easy to loop. Duration: 00:35.
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- Typewriter, bell2
Sound of a typewriter bell. It rings when you reach the end of the line. A "Hermes Precisa 305". Duration: 00:02.
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- Grandfather clock, hour1
Bell of a grandfather clock, sounding the hour stack. Duration: 00:22.
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- Whistling train2
Whistling train. Duration: 00:06.
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- Typewriter, space
One-key typewriter space. A "Hermes Precisa 305". Duration: 00:01.
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- Typewriter6
I write slowly on the typewriter. A "Hermes Precisa 305". Duration: 00:07.
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- Motor car1
Car engine: Accelerations. Duration: 00:03.
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- Grandfather clock, ticking
Noise of the pendulum of a grandfather clock. Duration: 00:19.
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- Train horn1
Powerful train horn. Duration: 00:02.
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- Typewriter7
I write slowly on the typewriter. A "Hermes Precisa 305". Duration: 00:43.
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- Grandfather clock, hour2
Bell of a grandfather clock, sounding the hour stack. Duration: 00:26.
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- Typewriter, bell1
Sound of a typewriter bell. It rings when you reach the end of the line. A "Hermes Precisa 305". Duration: 00:03.
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- Squeaky wheelbarrow2
The squeaking of an rolling wheelbarrow. Duration: 00:19.
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- Flash powder1
Sound of a "Flashing powder" flash. In the middle of the 19th century, the average exposure time in photography was around 30 seconds. In 1887, Adolf Mieetke and Johannes Gaedicke invented "Flashing Powder". It is an explosive mixture made of magnesium, potassium chlorate and antimony. Once ignited, its combustion provides a bright light, noise but also a lot of smoke. The first flash was born and made it possible to shorten exposure times. Thanks to Gerry OULEVAY (GerryOulevay.ch), photographed by Chantal CODOUREY PIGUET. Duration: 00:02.
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- Oogah horn3
Ooogah horn. Duration: 00:01.
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- Typewriter3
I write slowly on the typewriter. A "Hermes Precisa 305". Duration: 00:22.
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- Socotel phone1
A 1960s Socotel rotary telephone bell. Duration: 00:04.
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- Grandfather clock, half hour
Bell of a grandfather clock, sounding half an hour. Duration: 00:12.
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- Whistling train1
Whistling train. Duration: 00:03.
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- Oogah horn2
Ooogah horn. Duration: 00:01.
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- Diesel locomotive stopped
A diesel locomotive stopped engine (Chartres train station). Duration: 00:40.
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- Old squeaky stroller3
Doll stroller, old style metal grating. Duration: 00:15.
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- Squeaky wheelbarrow4
The squeaking of an rolling wheelbarrow. Duration: 00:34.
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- Dial phone2
Old phone: 1,2,3,4,5,6,7,8,9,0 numbering. Duration: 00:26.
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- Typewriter5
I write slowly on the typewriter. A "Hermes Precisa 305". Duration: 01:28.
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- Flash powder2
Sound of a "Flashing powder" flash. In the middle of the 19th century, the average exposure time in photography was around 30 seconds. In 1887, Adolf Mieetke and Johannes Gaedicke invented "Flashing Powder". It is an explosive mixture made of magnesium, potassium chlorate and antimony. Once ignited, its combustion provides a bright light, noise but also a lot of smoke. The first flash was born and made it possible to shorten exposure times. Thanks to Gerry OULEVAY (GerryOulevay.ch), photographed by Chantal CODOUREY PIGUET. Duration: 00:02.
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- Squeaky wheelbarrow1
The squeaking of an empty rolling wheelbarrow. Duration: 00:43.
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- Oogah horn
Ooogah horn. Duration: 00:12.
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- Dial phone3
Old rotary telephone. Pick up, then dial my own cell phone number. It is possible to compare the duration to find my number. Text me if you find out. Don't forget to add the France code if applicable. Duration: 00:24.
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- Coffee grinder2
Noise of an old coffee grinder with a crank. Duration: 00:29.
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- Typewriter2
I write slowly on the typewriter. A "Hermes Precisa 305". Duration: 01:23.
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- Starting crank
Crank starting of a 1903 De Dion-Bouton Type Q. Duration: 00:12.
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