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The Thames - From Source to Sea 2017
A video of my 2017 trip to walk the entire length of the Thames River from the source, beneath a field near Kemble in the Cotswolds, to where it meets the sea at Southend. Over 200 miles of walking.
Views: 415 Dean Carter
River Thames from source to mouth
This video impression is part of the reports about the River Thames in the online magazine Travelling along Rivers (www.travelling-along-rivers.com).
Views: 56060 Reizenlangsrivieren
Running the Thames Source to Sea – 190 Miles in 3 Days
In September I sent an email to my tent mates from the Marathon des Sables 2015 saying, “Hey guys, do you know the Thames is 184 miles long? Who wants to run it?” Within minutes, one of our eight, Fabrice, had replied and thrown his hat into the ring. By the end of the day, three others had signed up. And the challenge to run the length of the great River Thames, approximately 184 miles from its source to the Thames Barrier, was born. Here's what happened next... Subscribe for more running stories: http://bit.ly/ManvmilesSubscribe
Views: 98 Manvmiles
Shiplake Outloars River Thames Source to Sea 2016
http://shiplakeoutloars.com 2016 River Thames Row - Source to Sea - Shiplake Outloars
Views: 149 Shiplake Outloars
Plastic in the River Thames - 'Source to Sea' Expedition
This video is about highlighting enviromental impact of plastics in the river Thames
A River Adventure from Source to Sea
Anyone can add adventure to their lives. Find out how: http://www.alastairhumphreys.com If you enjoy this video please click the Like button below and then the Subscribe button above. I hiked through the hills to reach the source of a small, nameless river. Then I turned and followed the river down to the sea. Microadventure that's motivating, invigorating, fun, challenging, and easy! Just do it.
Views: 38704 Alastair Humphreys
The Thames Path: Source to Thames Barrier 2014
A walk along the whole of 'The Thames Path' during April to September 2014
Views: 4199 ianprogjam
River Thames: The Source
The start of a 200-mile journey from the source of the River Thames in the Cotswolds, through London, to where it meets the North Sea.
Views: 38904 The English Eye
Mirror River: Source to Sea in Three Minutes
Have you ever seen an entire river? This is a 113 day journey down the Green and Colorado Rivers, from source to sea.
Views: 1209 Outside TV
The Amazon Source to Sea - An Inspirational Story
In 2015, Olie Hunter Smart and Tarran Kent-Hume set off on an expedition to travel the length of the Amazon River. This is their inspirational story. You can read more about the expedition at www.amazonriverrun.com
Views: 1946 Olie Hunter Smart
Chris Bertish- Project Code Red: Source to Sea Thames Adventure & English Channel World Record
Chris Bertish-Project Code Red: Source to Sea Thames Adventure (Run/SUP/ Cycle) 330km in 4 days & 8 hours sleep & then the English Channel World Record Crossing 11hours later. United Kingdom You never know unless you try, so challenge whats possible daily, you may surprise yourself.. www.chrisbertish.com Big Wave Surfer/ Adventurer/ Professional/ Speaker
Views: 81 Chris Bertish
Discover Murray River Source to Sea DVD!
BUY DVD HERE - https://murrayrivershop.com/product/travel-oz-source-to-sea-dvd/ Join Greg Grainger from Travel Oz as he experiences the soul of Australia...our mighty Murray River. The 2530 km journey begins at the river's source and river border between Victoria and New South Wales at Cowombat Flat and ends at the sea, the Murray mouth near Goolwa, South Australia. Join him on this unique and wonderful Australian river experience along our iconic Murray River. Running time 1 hour 20 minutes.
Views: 2565 Discover Murray River
River Mersey - from Source to Sea
Following the 70 miles of the Mersey from Stockport to Liverpool.
Views: 16132 Peter Sinclair
Kayaking To The Source Of The River Thames! (Full Version)
A short film about my battle to kayak against the tide and flow of the River Thames to its source. PLEASE DONATE! http://www.justgiving.com/kayak2thesource The charity we're supporting: http://www.msf.org.uk To follow me on Twitter: www.twitter.com/bepalswithal Links for the music in this video (in order): 1. All In Your Head (The More Assured) - http://bit.ly/19VRWIS 2. Zones (The More Assured) - http://bit.ly/1a4d4KP 3. I'm Alone Now (Silver Darter) - http://bit.ly/1iWZ7mP 4. Ain't It Strange (The More Assured) - http://bit.ly/1d4oeQH YouTube/Google please note: I am the rights holder for the all of the music used in this film. Shot using a Go Pro Hero 3 and a Canon Elph 300 HS
Views: 4992 Al Your Pal
The River Tweed - Source to Sea | HD 4k
This video takes you from the Western marshes of Tweed's Well, across the Scottish Borders and North Northumberland. From the skies we follow your River Tweed through the heart of the Borders and to its North Sea destination at Berwick-upon-Tweed. We start the video at sunrise at the source, and span the day to meet the sea at sunset. Check out our Facebook, Twitter and Instagram pages at: Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/dtl.aerial.services Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/DTLaerialservices Twitter: @DTLaerialfilms
Views: 5689 DTL Aerial Services
Running the Thames Source to Sea (ish)
Three runners, 184 miles, 3 days. We're taking on the River Thames to raise money for Children with Cancer and here's the challenge explained...
Views: 13 Manvmiles
From the Sea to the Source - Walking The River Thames
In 2015, I walked the length of the River Thames, beginning at Southend-on-Sea, where the river meets the North Sea, along its 215 mile route until I reached the source in Gloucestershire. Along the way I took photos which I compiled here in to a video accompanied by a song (called 'Beautiful World') which I wrote and recorded using a clip on tie microphone. I do walking tours in London called 'Bowl Of Chalk' - http://www.bowlofchalk.net
Views: 1298 Bowl Of Chalk
Thames Part One - Source to Eton
A journey through history along England's greatest river. Music by Andrew Lowe Watson
Views: 8502 Andrew Lowe-Watson
Source to Sea - Lechlade
Shiplake Outloars near the source of the River Thames
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River Song - Walking The Thames River Source To The North Sea
In the cold winter of February 2015, I stood at the source of the Thames River in Gloucestershire, England. Before me lay 190 miles of twists and turns, meadows and villages, historical cities and financial districts. I had 7 days to get to London. Edited By Joe Long Web: ianefinch.tumblr.com Facebook: facebook.com/pages/Ian-Finch/365273010285104 Twitter: @ian_efinch Instagram: @ianefinch Music is not my own and is copyright of Junip. Track is entitled "Walking Lightly" and can be bought here itunes.apple.com/gb/album/walking-lightly/id612964386?i=612965021
Views: 865 Ian Finch
River Wyre - from Source to Sea
Tracing the course of the River Wyre in Lancashire from the Bowland Fells to Fleetwood and Morecambe Bay.
Views: 3447 Peter Sinclair
Two's Country - The Source of the Thames se01ep01
I DO NOT OWN THE COPYRIGHT TO TGHIS PROGRAM. I am uploading for entertainment purposes only. Tim Grundy and his cameraman aka The Eye start a brand new series travelling all around the British Isles. This is the very first episode of the very first series and they follow the River Thames from source to sea. Apologies for the poor quality, but the program has been sitting on a VHS tape since recorded and it was recorded when it first aired on TLC/Discovery channels. Enjoy R.I.P Tim
Views: 1547 Captain Gilligan
Thames Part Three - Westminster to the sea
A journey through history along England's greatest river. Music by Andrew Lowe Watson
Views: 2102 Andrew Lowe-Watson
Day 5 Totally Thames Source to Sea Relay. Abingdon Morris Sides.
Rob Charlton, dressed in the colours of Mr. Hemming's Morris Men, dances the Princes Royal whilst Mark Wright, dressed in Abingdon Traditional Morris Dancers' colours, plays melodeon on top of The Gabble Ratchet, a widebeam style narrowboat. Sandford to Abingdon Lock leg of the relay.
Views: 149 valonia ontheboat
The River Severn From Source to Mouth
Downstream changes along the River Severn
Views: 124284 RGS Geography
River Thames 1950s
Home movie of the River Thames from source to sea filmed in the early 1950s
Views: 155 NEEEMAN
Source to Sea River Relay
This Thames Festival a precious bottle of Thames water will make its way via ramblers, swimmers, rower, kayaks, punters, gondola and more.. from the source of the Thames to sea. The Henley Whalers rowing Whaleboat 'Molly' - leaving Hambleden Lock on their to Hurley Lock.
Thames/Peter Ackroyd
From source to sea, Peter Ackroyd explores the whole of the Thames in his new book. PUBLISHED SEPTEMBER 07
Views: 4951 Vintage Books
Day 5 Totally Thames Source to Sea Relay. Abingdon Morris Dancers. Sandford to Abingdon Lock
Rob Charlton, dressed in the colours of Mr. Hemming's Morris Men, dances Shepherd's Hey whilst Mark Wright, dressed in Abingdon Traditional Morris Dancers' colours, plays melodeon on top of The Gabble Ratchet, a widebeam style narrowboat. Sandford to Abingdon Lock leg of the relay.
Views: 113 valonia ontheboat
Day 3 - Finding the source of The Thames
SUBSCRIBE - https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC50W... FACEBOOK - https://www.facebook.com/thewildnative TWITTER - https://twitter.com/thewildnative INSTAGRAM - https://instagram.com/thewildnative/ WATCH Day 1 Travelling to The Cotswolds HERE - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=feh74 WATCH Day 2 Exploring villages in The Cotswolds HERE - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=g_6pP9Utgow The Cotswolds is an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty in south, central England. On Day 1 I travelled to The Cotswolds taking 9 hours to get there! On Day 2 I explored 5 beautiful villages and walked through the stunning surrounding landscape. This video is Day 3 and shows me exploring Cirencester, which was an important Roman settlement. From there I set out to find the start of The Thames! Do not underestimate the difficulty in finding the start of a river. The Thames is a huge river, but like many things there has to be a beginning, and just before that beginning there is nothing, and that is very hard to find! I hope you enjoyed this video, please SUBSCRIBE!
Views: 11661 The Wild Native
A journey down the River Thames
Liquid history. The very essence of England. The name Thames, spoken by Julius Caesar when he invaded Iron Age Britain, speaks for itself. This film follows the course of one of the world's most famous rivers from its secluded source at Trewsbury Mead near Cirencester past nine counties - Gloucestershire, Wiltshire, Oxfordshire, Berkshire, Buckinghamshire, Surrey, Greater London, Kent and Essex to the sea at Southend. Watch the Thames grow from a ditch which has no water at all in it for much of the year, into a gaping estuary five miles wide and one of the worlds busiest shipping lanes. Visit Abington, Wallingford, Reading, Henley-on-Thames, Maidenhead, Kingston, Rechmond, Gravesend and many other picturesque towns and villages. Glide through stunningly beautiful scenery - The Goring Gap, the Cotswolds and Sonning Reach. See the spires of Oxford and view the riverside castles and palaces where kings and queens made their home. Admire the many bridges big and small and hear the fascinating story of London Bridge and the world's first underwater tunnel. Almost every yard of this regal river has its own take to tell, and you will hear so many of them unfold during this voyage of discovery down the Thames, the definitive slice of olde England.
Unlikely hero saves man from River Thames | Saving Lives at Sea - BBC
SUBSCRIBE to the OFFICIAL BBC YouTube channel: https://bit.ly/2IXqEIn LAUNCH BBC iPlayer to access Live TV and Box Sets: https://bbc.in/2J18jYJ Keeping watch over the River Thames, the crew at Tower in central London, the busiest of the RNLI's 238 stations, are called to a man reported in the water eight miles downstream. On arrival, they discover a river bus already on the scene and their crew desperately trying to hang on to the unmoving man before he disappears under the water. Watch Saving Lives at Sea on the BBC: https://bbc.in/2wAW9Qa Saving Lives at Sea | Series 3 Episode 3 | BBC
Views: 17101 BBC
Source to the Sea Part 1
215 miles on a SUP from the Source of the Thames to the North Sea at Southend Pier. www.contragym.com
Views: 673 ContraGym
Thames Path Walk: First half: Source to Pangbourne April - May, 2014
A walk down the first half of the Thames Path Our plan is to gradually walk along as much of the Thames as it possible to our homes near Southend On Sea
Views: 1177 ianprogjam
Paddling Mississippi | Source to Sea | Ep 01
SUBSCRIBE FOR WEEKLY VLOGS! ► http://bit.ly/Subscribe2Henk I'm paddling the Mississippi River source to sea in a kayak. From it's source at Lake Itasca, Minnesota to the Gulf of Mexico. A journey of 3750 kilometers. ADD ME ON: Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/henkvanderklok Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/hvdklok Twitter: https://twitter.com/HenkvdKlok WEBSITE: http://www.henkvanderklok.com I'm a 32 year old Adventurer & Life Enthusiast. I love challenging myself through all sorts of non-motorised & human powered expeditions. This is my life.
Views: 14562 Henk van der Klok
Source of the Thames
Just a quick video to show how amazing the source of the Thames is!
Views: 248 busyoldme
Kayaking To The Source Of The River Thames! (Short Version)
A short(ened) film about my battle to kayak against the tide and flow of the River Thames to its source. PLEASE DONATE! http://www.justgiving.com/kayak2thesource The charity we're supporting: http://www.msf.org.uk Please, like, subscribe, share and comment! Follow me on Twitter! - www.twitter.com/bepalswithal
Views: 1233 Al Your Pal
Source to Sea
A journey down the River Dart
Views: 698 Deasy Bamford
Source to the Sea Trailer
Views: 388 ContraGym
Source To Sea - documentary on swimming the Columbia River
Source to Sea: The Columbia River Swim" tells the story of Christopher Swain's swim for clean water and human rights down all 1,243 miles of the Columbia River. Dealt with at length are issues relating to salmon, indigenous peoples, nuclear energy, war and the environmental and cultural impact of dams.
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Seahorses found living in River Thames in London - BBC News
Two species of seahorses have made their home in the River Thames, conservation charity ZSL has found. The creatures have been spotted six times in the last two months in the river between Greenwich and the South Bank. Please subscribe HERE http://bit.ly/1rbfUog World In Pictures https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLS3XGZxi7cBX37n4R0UGJN-TLiQOm7ZTP Big Hitters https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLS3XGZxi7cBUME-LUrFkDwFmiEc3jwMXP Just Good News https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLS3XGZxi7cBUsYo_P26cjihXLN-k3w246
Views: 26232 BBC News
Tiptoe4x4, finding the source of the River Thames
I created this video with the YouTube Video Editor (http://www.youtube.com/editor)
Thames River Cruise  LONDON
Welcome to London. Cruising through River THAMES is one of the best experience. Thames is one of the Thames is a river that flows through southern England. It is the longest river entirely in England and the second longest in the United Kingdom, after the River Severn. It is 215 miles from source to sea.
Views: 58 Sandeep Deswal
Boating on the Thames - Powerboats.flv
Nice little video created by the Port of London Authority giving information about navigating safely on the River Thames on a Powerboat. The Port of London Authority hold the copyright for this video but encourage its distribution in the interests of safety on the River Thames.
Views: 1427 NERvideo
The Source of the River Thames from Kemble to Castle Eaton, Gloc
Iconic, historical, water supply to millions of people and England's longest river.
Views: 142 Denise Stewart
Source of the Thames, with water
The unusual site of water rushing from the spring near Kemble, Gloucestershire in November 2012 See also http://youtu.be/5ZqHO5mbGg8
Views: 1845 KembleSteve
Thames Path 2016 Film
Highlights from the 2016 Thames Path Challenge - running from the Source of the Thames to the Sea in a non-stop running race.
Views: 150 Source 2 Sea
Thames Source Flooded Jan 2013
One of the now rare occasions when the source of the Thames actually has water gushing from the spring
Views: 536 KembleSteve
Sylvia's Thames Walk from Source to The Barrier
A selection of Sylvia's photos from the walk in August 2015
Views: 84 Steve G
Source of the Thames: Sketches
Very quick pencil sketching at the Source of the River Thames in 2009
Views: 596 The English Eye

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