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The Greenwich Foot-Tunnel Answered

You might not know it, and you may never have walked through it (I have), but you may well have seen it.
The Greenwich Foot Tunnel opened in 1902 and runs under the River Thames, it's a popular spot for music-video.
As such, I'm offering patches to the first 5 people to post a video-link featuring the tunnel.
Denying you one, here's an example 3:20-30



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Doctor What (author)2010-01-14

 Aaarrghh!  Pirates have taken over!  Abandon ship!

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lemonie (author)Doctor What2010-01-16

I'm certain I patched you for that, could you check?

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Doctor What (author)lemonie2010-01-16

 Hmmm... *checks*

Nope.  To be honest, I had completely forgotten about it.

Isn't really a big deal though.  

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lemonie (author)Doctor What2010-01-14

Wow, you see how popular the place is?

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Jayefuu (author)2010-01-15

This site says that Ocean Colour Scene and Massive Attach both filmed there. I don't have time to look up what songs but I hope that helps!

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lemonie (author)Jayefuu2010-01-15

Mmm, I don't know their videos well enough, but the page confirms the "popular film-location".

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Goodhart (author)2010-01-14

This looked interesting: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7_-kiQvq0lU

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lemonie (author)Goodhart2010-01-14

Strange, but interesting in an arty-way.

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Goodhart (author)Goodhart2010-01-14

Sorry, I am at work and I can't seem to post a video using MSIE  the only browswer available here...

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lemonie (author)Lithium Rain2010-01-14

Super. I get the impression Testsuo may have been an influence, if you've ever seen it (probably not, but it's screw-y)

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