I Don't Even Know What We're Doing (Ep.13 Corrour)

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  • Published on Jun 6, 2019
  • The urge to pop back up to Corrour and sit atop the mountain (Ok.. it's really a Munro) that is Beinn a Bhric was too strong, and we thought it would be fun to record a wee video whilst we were there too.
    CAUTION: Contains dinosaurs, but mainly Toy Story reference ones so you're probably safe.
    You can visit and stay at Corrour Station house, here: www.corrour.co.uk/station-house/

Comments • 100

  • Colin Haggett
    Colin Haggett 13 days ago

    Hello from Melbourne Australia. Yesterday - Friday 15th May 2020 I saw Vicki and your'es fourth visit to Corrour on the TV show The World's Most Beautiful Railway. The first time I've seen you other than in Londonist and other You Tube productions. The location awes me. Also congratulations on your wedding.

  • Reece Collins
    Reece Collins 3 months ago

    Are you two married

  • Max-Leo Amberg
    Max-Leo Amberg 4 months ago

    I've just noticed, you haven't done a proper video on the caledonian sleeper, haven't you?

  • Paul Sengupta
    Paul Sengupta 5 months ago

    Saw you guys and gals on Channel 4 this evening. Nice appearance!

  • Salina Sappora
    Salina Sappora 5 months ago

    Boring, wanted to see the scenery, u guys talk to much, sorry

  • Henrys Adventures
    Henrys Adventures 7 months ago

    Enjoyed watching you on a high! Where can I find he Devon video you made?

  • Andy Cleaver
    Andy Cleaver 7 months ago

    I will vouch what Geoff and Vicki say about Corrour - it is an absolute MUST to visit if you ever visit Scotland. Just so remote and tranquil from life you can hope for. I will return again myself one day

  • Laughing Gravy
    Laughing Gravy 7 months ago +1

    Can't you just see them fifty years from now, a cute old couple, still going on their little train trips together?

  • Toiler On The Sea
    Toiler On The Sea 9 months ago

    Vicki is correct in eating haggis twice, as it depends on if it is a clockwise or counter clockwise Haggis.
    The clockwise have longer left legs than right and the counter clockwise the opposite, for them to be able to run around the mountains in different directions.

  • redhead3199
    redhead3199 9 months ago

    Hoping to in 5 years time.

  • Arthur Gordon
    Arthur Gordon 10 months ago

    This was without doubt the funniest 'I don't know what we're doing'. Must have been all that fresh air. Or may be the haggis!

  • Entertainment INC
    Entertainment INC 11 months ago

    Actor is called Tim allen who plays buzz light year

  • superdeluxesmell
    superdeluxesmell 11 months ago

    You guys are lovely!!

  • Dan Jenkins
    Dan Jenkins 11 months ago

    cold haggis... oye.

  • phil webb
    phil webb 11 months ago

    Did you manage to get up there without falling over into the peat bog?

  • Kevin Chapple
    Kevin Chapple 11 months ago

    You two are bonkers! And worth a watch 😊😊

  • Calco
    Calco 11 months ago

    Hi Geoff and Vicki great work on the videos all these years! The 360 pic is uploaded as a member of Googles Local Guide reviewer team. You sign up to be a reviewer and get points and privileges.

  • Ben Chase
    Ben Chase 11 months ago

    4:40 sadly as of June 23, Angel Road is still shown as open on Google Maps

  • tm502010
    tm502010 11 months ago

    Vicki and paper clips... loved it!

  • Kaden Read-Friedmann
    Kaden Read-Friedmann 11 months ago +1

    Geroff visit Canada and take the Canadian it’s got rolling stock from the 1950s ! And the last bullet lounges in service!!!!

  • WizardNumberNext
    WizardNumberNext 11 months ago

    I have seen an (Google) application which is used for 360 photos
    This may be used to upload 360 photos to Google maps

  • EVILBUNNY28
    EVILBUNNY28 11 months ago

    Hhaha! Instantly recognisable, never knew the name of this station, but the first 30 seconds in to your video I recognised it as the one from Trainspotting. Definitely a station I'm adding to my bucket list!

  • David H
    David H 11 months ago

    Mr and Mrs Potato Head out takes at the end of the toy story films are brilliant. Well worth seeking out.

  • Richmond W
    Richmond W 11 months ago +1

    That's one heck of a beautiful dramatic aerial shot!

  • DJ Lawlz
    DJ Lawlz 11 months ago +1

    Geoff: Jurassic park…
    Vicki: *RAAWwwwrr.*

  • Thomas Brookes
    Thomas Brookes 11 months ago

    More like i don't know what am doing on top of a mountain

  • Razberry Justice
    Razberry Justice 11 months ago

    I DONT EVEN NOW WHAT I AM WATCHING...........just kidding

  • Steve264511
    Steve264511 11 months ago

    Two norths? What about the third? Grid. Magnetic. True.

  • Sven Lm
    Sven Lm 11 months ago

    I thoroughly enjoyed this video, even though all I got from it was they were at Corrour and gave me a really good laugh.

  • daily8150
    daily8150 11 months ago

    You can use Google Street view to upload 360° photos and on another note let's all mark Angel (angle) Road as does not exist to make it geniune.

  • Juncus Bufonius
    Juncus Bufonius 11 months ago +1

    The Tram is fantastic. So narrow are the stairs it gives an odd perspective. Loved the fish & chips at the Colyton end [I don't normally like F&C].

  • Ian Payne
    Ian Payne 11 months ago

    Next episode, the wedding :)

  • Sam Ross-Gower
    Sam Ross-Gower 11 months ago

    Love this. Also, there's a Toy Story 4 on the way...

  • Chris Chalk
    Chris Chalk 11 months ago

    Kept watching to see if it got any better. More fool me. What inane drivel.

  • Gareth Bisgrove
    Gareth Bisgrove 11 months ago

    Love you guys!

  • Stuart Lydes-Uings
    Stuart Lydes-Uings 11 months ago

    Tim Allen is Buzz!

  • Bruce Skelly
    Bruce Skelly 11 months ago

    Vicki is so funny. I love watching her.

  • Bruce Skelly
    Bruce Skelly 11 months ago

    Eight things... sleep in a signal box

  • Cashpot
    Cashpot 11 months ago

    I bet you were expecting to travel in the new coaches weren’t you? My spies tell me it won’t be until the autumn at the earliest before they get onto the Fort William line. Hope I’m wrong.

    • Norbiton Flyer
      Norbiton Flyer 11 months ago

      Unless you consider July 7th to be the autumn, the Caledonian Sleeper Website (and Man in Seat 61) says otherwise. www.seat61.com/CaledonianSleepers.htm

  • Diamond Dave
    Diamond Dave 11 months ago +1

    More cut scenes than an episode of Family Guy...

  • Transportation UK
    Transportation UK 11 months ago

    Why not make Secrets of the other tram networks like Manchester Metrolink, Sheffield Supertram, NET, Blackpool and Edinburgh Trams. You know because you did the Croydon Trams.

  • Chris Fleming
    Chris Fleming 11 months ago +1

    you have to do the fort william to mallaig steam run its epic

  • Chris Fleming
    Chris Fleming 11 months ago

    8 things to do in corrour...1 pitch a tent ..2 make love in tent 7 times ....easy

  • C.R. FitzGerald
    C.R. FitzGerald 11 months ago

    Love you two :-)

  • Ian McClavin
    Ian McClavin 11 months ago +6

    Looks like "Meridian Water" is stronger and more potent than the "Buxton Spring" stuff !! 😁

  • Andrew Martin
    Andrew Martin 11 months ago

    I think the altitude got to you both

  • ray julien
    ray julien 11 months ago

    If I was casting Director of this (Movie) show...I'd say 'Great chemistry', similar enough to laugh--different enough to challenge and entice--the most rewarding relationship. I didn't care about England's/ Irelands/Scotland's stations before you; until you; now I do! (Psst hello from Australia!). (Hint).

  • Elite Dangerous Club
    Elite Dangerous Club 11 months ago +1

    11:03 Considering how windy it was up there. That was as smooth as silk!

  • K1W1fly
    K1W1fly 11 months ago

    Not in the middle of nowhere, but you can see it from there....

  • Jerry Crockett
    Jerry Crockett 11 months ago

    So Vicki is now impossibly lovely. Geoff's live streaming joke didn't receive its due, and fade to dramatic aerial shot. How are we getting down?

  • Gordon Struth
    Gordon Struth 11 months ago +1

    Hi Geoff, bit of a correction - Beinn a Bhric isn't a Munro. A Munro is 914.4m, Beinn a Bhric is 875m. Also worth saying, Beinn a Bhric isn't even the highest hill on that hill - it's just a summit below the higher point just to your left, Leum Uilleim (meaning William's Leap) which is 909m. When you look at the hill from Corrour it's the higher, more prominent summit on the left of the two. Leum Uilleim is the name normally used to refer to the hill as a whole, as it's the higher point.

  • Coaster World
    Coaster World 11 months ago +1

    1 thing you can only do in Corrour is sleep in a signal box lol

  • Ben Marshall
    Ben Marshall 11 months ago +3

    You two have definitely come off the rails on this one! Amazing journey and location, very jealous.

  • David c
    David c 11 months ago +3

    Cold haggis that you brought up ------ for a snack!!!

  • Toms Photos
    Toms Photos 11 months ago

    There's actually three types of north Geoff: True (the direction of the geographic North Pole), grid (that map grid lines are aligned with) and magnetic (that a compass needle points towards). To complicate matters even further, the position of magnetic north is actually changing all the time.

  • janicew9
    janicew9 11 months ago +2

    Can't even explain how happy this made me :)

  • John Goodwin
    John Goodwin 11 months ago +2

    You should both be on TV (BBC2, BBC4 or CH4) - I would watch

    • Srananbloke
      Srananbloke 11 months ago +1

      John Goodwin not only BBC and ITV, but also RTE, ARD, ZDF, NPO, VRT, SRF, ORF, RTP, ABC, NBC, CBC etc. Geoff and Vicki FTW!

  • WhiteTiger333
    WhiteTiger333 11 months ago +2

    Hahaha - love how Vicki's mind works, jumping from a Jurassic Park demo to the T. Rex in Toy Story. I could follow it perfectly fine. :D A delightful video all around!

  • MeliSSa V Redline
    MeliSSa V Redline 11 months ago +1

    I think, at the top of the mountain, "It's really windy!"

  • Avanti West Coast Trains Movies

    Hi Geoff Marshall least used station in Derbyshire that is Grindleford on the Hope Valley line

    • Norbiton Flyer
      Norbiton Flyer 11 months ago

      No it's not - It's not even the least-used on the Hope Valley line - Bamford and Hathersage both had lower usage figures than Grindleford. It had 62,708 users in 2017/18 - the two least-used in Derbyshire were Peartree and Dove Holes, both with less than 5,000.

  • 🅰️ndy Powerhouse
    🅰️ndy Powerhouse 11 months ago

    🤣🤣🤣👏🏻👏🏻👏🏻

  • ScotRail
    ScotRail 11 months ago

    Brilliant! ^CT

  • Alexander Goldie
    Alexander Goldie 11 months ago

    You two :)

  • Liam's Railway Photography

    Theres a new toy story. Make sure Vicki covers her eyes.

  • yeswap57
    yeswap57 11 months ago +6

    Geoff, I’ve put loads of 360 photos on google maps 👍🏻
    There is my one of you and Vicki at the London Transport Museum

  • SouthCoast 1970
    SouthCoast 1970 11 months ago

    Someone should give these two their own TV series. They deserve a wider audience for this double act :)

  • Dаvіd Вrоmаgе
    Dаvіd Вrоmаgе 11 months ago +2

    Vicki's scarf would make a great moquette.

  • Anthony Price
    Anthony Price 11 months ago

    You two are a little bit too cute here. Ruined my immersion, or something... :)

  • Richard Lartey
    Richard Lartey 11 months ago +4

    This is my favourite video you two have done ever. 40% because I'm currently watching this after a few lemonades, 60% because of all the Toy Story references.

  • ian Neill
    ian Neill 11 months ago

    Someone cover my ears!!!

  • Leona Devon
    Leona Devon 11 months ago +2

    Love you two, can't wait to see your Seaton Video, the tram is ace.

  • Tez /NEwarrior-1405
    Tez /NEwarrior-1405 11 months ago

    Well Geoff im sorry to say Vicki has lost the plot 😂

  • Mikosch2
    Mikosch2 11 months ago +2

    Paperclip north and matchstick north. You never stop learning I guess.

  • Damir McElfresh
    Damir McElfresh 11 months ago

    Someone Cover my eyes!

  • Gavin Warren
    Gavin Warren 11 months ago

    You must have got on the tram in seaton when you was visiting the jurassic coast. That's where I am.

    • Geoff Marshall
      Geoff Marshall  11 months ago +1

      This video literally shows a clip of us on the tram in Seaton.

  • Frank Berkemeier
    Frank Berkemeier 11 months ago

    Magnetic Northern Line, well that explains.

  • David Collins
    David Collins 11 months ago +1

    Given that 'Like Poles Repel, opposites attract' is one of the laws of magnetism, the N on compasses is actually pointing to the South Pole - meaning that the North Pole is really in Antarctica and New Zealand is at the top of the world. (But then those of us who live in NZ always knew that).

  • Rainham Rail Enthusiast
    Rainham Rail Enthusiast 11 months ago +1

    what a great vlog, very natural!!!

  • Sam Hawkes
    Sam Hawkes 11 months ago

    Hi Geoff. You need the app 'Google street view' to post 360 photos! I post a few from mountain biking.

  • Barnem13
    Barnem13 11 months ago +1

    Lovely I hope that you rolled down

  • Avery the Cuban-American
    Avery the Cuban-American 11 months ago +3

    Now what? We're going for a walk! What? A walk! Where? THERE!

  • David Williams
    David Williams 11 months ago

    Geoff you asked how you can edit or submit on google maps... You can get free perks just by contributing. It's called the Local Guide from Google. Once you get to level 7 or 5000 points they give me perks and free stuff. One review one photo one edit equals one point. I get free stuff like movie tickets I saw Avengers Infinity war for free or 1 TB google drive for free for a year. Or dinner for 2 for around $30. Free New York Times subscriptions. I usually get 2 or 3 free things a year from them.

    If you uploaded pictures of all of the stations you would get a very high level. Quality photos and reviews are a way to get a lot of points quickly. They also send you an email occasionally that shows how often your pictures are viewed online.
    maps.google.com/localguides/home

  • whyyoulidl
    whyyoulidl 11 months ago

    Love this; what a wonderful way to spend 2gthr :-)

  • John Bouttell
    John Bouttell 11 months ago

    True North, Grid North, Magnetic North, Google Maps North, North by Northwest, NW, NE, the North where Father Christmas lives, The Idea of North by Glenn Gould ...

  • Robert Heal
    Robert Heal 11 months ago

    Why are the trees growing in the water ?

  • andyg3
    andyg3 11 months ago +6

    SOMEONE COVER MY EYES!

  • EdinburghTransport
    EdinburghTransport 11 months ago +2

    I know you love corrour alot Geoff, maybe we should be seeing a little documentary about the west highland line? I went on it and there was so many things to say!

  • duncan smith
    duncan smith 11 months ago

    I noticed it's still the old sleepers. I had one of the old ones up to Aberdeen on Tuesday. Where's the new ones????

    • Norbiton Flyer
      Norbiton Flyer 11 months ago

      Only doing the Lowlander (Edinburgh and Glasgow) so far. The Highlander will swap over next month.

  • don1estelle
    don1estelle 11 months ago

    OS maps have 3 kinds of North

  • PIGASUS Films - Constantin S. Purcea

    Oh it bugs me how you pronounce Corrour 😂 Everyone I’ve heard it say is “Corr-oo-er” not “Corr our”

  • Jonathan Irons
    Jonathan Irons 11 months ago

    How did you record the sound on this? Hidden mic?

    • Jonathan Irons
      Jonathan Irons 11 months ago

      @Geoff Marshall Gosh. That's amazing quality for outside. Sure, there's a bit of wind, but it's top notch. Keep up the great work.

    • Geoff Marshall
      Geoff Marshall  11 months ago

      There's a top-mounted mic on the camera, Jon. same as i often use.

  • Lawd Elpus
    Lawd Elpus 11 months ago +2

    There are actually three North Poles
    The terrestrial North Pole
    The Magnetic North Pole
    The geomagnetic North Pole

    • Lawd Elpus
      Lawd Elpus 11 months ago

      @MarkUKInsects and North Pole Alaska (pop 2101) where it is always Christmas

    • MarkUKInsects
      MarkUKInsects 11 months ago +1

      and Grid North

  • Andy Hudson
    Andy Hudson 11 months ago +1

    Actually 3, True North, Grid North and Magnetic North. 1 the North Pole, 2nd the National Grid North your map orientates to and 3rd where your compass points too

  • Jarod H-M
    Jarod H-M 11 months ago

    I am only seeing bus route information for Angel Road on Google Maps now. The station symbol is gone.

  • matthew s
    matthew s 11 months ago

    Create a 360 Degree Panorama Photo with Google Street View App
    flash-player.org/video/QhoLz7qxrYY-video.html
    or, How To take 360 pictures with Google Street View ( PhotoSphere )
    flash-player.org/video/ZyxWK5JTykY-video.html

  • Multiplio
    Multiplio 11 months ago +78

    In today's episode, Geoff and Vicki travel overnight to the North of Scotland and climb a mountain in the middle of nowhere, in order to film a 15minute discussion about toy story...

    • neobe
      neobe 3 months ago +1

      not that north.

  • Steven Vacher
    Steven Vacher 11 months ago

    In answer to your 360º Google Maps question you just upload a photo to a place, if it's a 360º camera then it will upload as such.
    Once you have uploaded a certain amount you can get Google trusted status and your photos go straight into the map muchh quicker than normal.
    I've porsonally got over 1800 pictures uploaded with over 15 million views 🙂👍
    www.google.co.uk/maps/contrib/116754954575776274203/photos/@51.9798064,-5.2062126,7z/data=!3m1!4b1!4m3!8m2!3m1!1e1

  • Andrew Bryant
    Andrew Bryant 11 months ago

    Tim Allen is the voice of woody

  • Peter Mitchell
    Peter Mitchell 11 months ago +3

    What a fantastic location to film inconsequential chat! Rather more photogenic than the late Angel Road.

  • Colin Symes
    Colin Symes 11 months ago

    Ciamar a tha sibh a'dol leis na meanbh-chuileagan?/How are you getting on with the midgies?