For you film nerds, it was shot at 700 FPS in a 15 second clip, I then twittered it out to get a bit more length to add the speed ramps. Here is the unedited version
If you any other Questions about the shoot hit me up: Anewacheck@gmail.com
The Pioneer Oil Refinery on Pine Street in Newhall dates to mid-1876, when oil driller Alex Mentry was breaking new ground in Pico Canyon and Chinese track layers were hammering rails through Henry Newhall's recently-purchased rancho. The little 15-barrel still that had been erected in 1874 at Lyon's Station (now Eternal Valley Cemetery) just wasn't working out. It couldn't produce a smoke-free kerosene — oil's major use in those days — and in 1875 it was shut. Besides, it was almost a mile away from the coming railroad.
Forgot about this little gem! less than a minute worth the watch.