Heritage Elevator's intro picture.
Part of the Elevator Community
2009 to present
Heritage Elevators (also known by his former channel name ATITANIC1992 or real name Alexander Wedø) is an elevator filmer based in Aalborg, Denmark. He is a Norwegian citizen but raised in Copenhagen, Denmark. He is also well known for his love of vintage elevators.
Alexander Wedø was born at Herlev Hospital on 2. July 1992. He opened his YouTube channel on November 9, 2007. His first video was uploaded in 2009 which was a 1980s elevator in Amfi Veita shopping center in Tromsø, Norway.
In 2017-2018 his Facebook page got deleted, and Heritage Elevators became inactive. It is unknown if he will return or if the leave is permanent.
- Kodak EasyShare (December 2008 - December 2010)
- Panasonic Lumix DMC-FZ100 (December 2010 - November 2012)
- Nikon 1 J2 (November 2012 - April 2015)
- Sony A6000 (April 2015 - Present)
- He has filmed elevators with RailCarADDE and PostTower in Sweden, with Misha Gianoli in Switzerland, with FinnishLiftFilmer1993 in Finland, with Hissen12 and DieselDucy in United States, with NingSama1vs100 in Thailand, with Vincent561967  and Lift Wong  in Hong Kong and with MPXD Studio  in Poland.
- He has visited Singapore, Indonesia, Netherlands, Sweden, Spain, Germany, Bangladesh, Switzerland, Finland, Poland, Canada, United States, Greece, Thailand, Hong Kong and Taiwan.
- Like some of the elevator filmers around the world including Beno, he hates elevators which have been horribly modernized.
- On his YouTube channel, he has 10 videos of himself got stuck/trapped in several different elevators, mostly caused by emergency stop button tests that doesn't go according to plan.
- He also likes Titanic Lego model, architectures & designs, transportation, and airplanes.
- He is one of the three founders of the ElevatorDB wiki. The other two founders are PostTower and RailCarADDE
- He also owns an elevator simulator called Elevator Sim.