September 29th, 2017

Raw audio of standing in the connector chute between the first and second carriages of a South West Trai-... *ahem*... "South Western Railyway" English train. The squeaking is the result of the main connector between the two carriages sliding around with the suspension (as each carriage lightly bounces around when travelling). The train was travelling very fast between Guildford and Farncombe stations, at a speed of perhaps 60-70MPH. The recorder was held in the center of the chute pointing downward. The train horn can be heard.

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The sound was recorded using a "H1 Zoom recorder" on 28th September 2017.

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