Guns found magnet fishing wartime bridge

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  • Published on:  Friday, September 15, 2017
  • We magnet fish this 1939 Bridge where the British home guard used to train. Some great finds follow.
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  • WW2 Wendal

    WW2 Wendal

     a years ago +20

    Just to let people know more information about the Home guard soldier mentioned at the start of the video can be found in this excellent book. Well recommended.

  • Kermit The Frog

    Kermit The Frog

     2 months ago +1

    0:04 showoff..

  • type2drvr50


     2 months ago +1

    Did Ian ever get out of the pub?

  • Phoebe Jones

    Phoebe Jones

     3 months ago +1

    Have you got a You Tube plaque for a million viewers?

  • Jean Cam

    Jean Cam

     4 months ago +1

    I'm addicted to your channel. You are such a lovely family

  • EricsArchive


     5 months ago +1

    I'm thinking those cast-iron and porcelain pieces might be old rope guides for when the horses-pulled narrow boats would pass under the bridge, to keep from chaffing on the brick-work.

  • bcro


     5 months ago +1

    Have you thought about having a metal tube with glass at the bottom to see things caught on magnet which may drop off as you get to the bankside and could be lost pulling the magnet up!!!

  • Tracy Harvill

    Tracy Harvill

     6 months ago +1

    Hey Collum, hopefully you find a dumbbell weight Down there so you can build up your left arm.

  • John Fitzgerald

    John Fitzgerald

     6 months ago +2

    Great find, nice rifle what caliber was it ? I'm a Military Veteran myself, and love old weapons. John USA

  • John Fitzgerald

    John Fitzgerald

     6 months ago +4

    Good Lord Callum , you are always Getting your magnet stuck. lol

  • Mary  Loe

    Mary Loe

     7 months ago +1

    The thing you pulled out after the gun and bolt reminds me of the foot pedal on a dental or barber chair

  • Its GIBBER

    Its GIBBER

     8 months ago +2

    The gun specialists 👌🏽

  • Flthunder Diggin' w/ Rob!

    Flthunder Diggin' w/ Rob!

     11 months ago +2

    You guys were hilarious with the running narrative. Tried magnet fishing 3 times, found cool stuff, was loving it. Went to a new area- a local boat dock, and the hottest girl in a bikini was getting off a boat that pulled in and I threw my magnet as I stared at her and forgot to hold on to the other end, and away the magnet went to the botton of the Gulf of Mexico!!!!
    There's a lesson in there I think!!!
    Diggin' Florida w/ Rob!

  • Telum Atramenti

    Telum Atramenti

     a years ago +1

    One of the things you guys could do is encase your magnet in a thin layer of plastic. This makes it easier to un-stick, should it hit a heavy piece of concrete with metal rebar sticking out or just something heavier than you could lift. Neodymium magnets are exceptionally powerful but are a real bitch to separate from metal.

  • Andrew Williams

    Andrew Williams

     a years ago

    great vid. come to norwich!!! plenty of rivers

  • Craeon


     a years ago +1

    About how much does this type of magnet cost?

  • dean griffiths

    dean griffiths

     a years ago +1

    What magnet do you use and where did u purchase it bro ?

  • christian yates

    christian yates

     a years ago +1

    appears to a popular bridge for dumping evidence. lol

  • cryptotippy


     a years ago +1

    what pound pull magnets do you use?



     a years ago +1

    "Cold weather " its always cold in england or raining isn't it ! Come downunder if you want warm weather 25c in winter 45 to 55c in summer and white sand beaches