Garrett TPE331 turboprop engine used in Merlins was one of very best I ever operated without one single engine failure in thousands of flight hours. Incredible Bullet-proof power-plant with instant response.
That shot at 1:58, that is exactly where you never, ever, EVER want to be while next to a spinning propeller. You are right in line with its plane of rotation. If anything on that prop fails it's going to go right thru you.
767-300 is an aircraft type, which, depending on individual airline specifications, is equipped with one of three different manufacturer engines; GE, Pratt & Whitney or Rolls Royce. In this case it is GE CF6-80 series engines.
That last one looked like JFK Airport though it's amazing at how quite these engines got over the years as kid growing up in the 1980's to now they are almost whisper quite with maybe a couple of older jets flying over my house and being alive to hear the mighty Concorde my god you could hear it before you saw it what a time to be alive someday I hope the world will be ready for an SST again
I work in a factory that makes compressor blades and vanes for the jet engine at the end. My job is called gauging and what I do is make sure the blade or vane is set at the right dimension that the customer asks for. Rolls Royce and General Electric are the main two customers we have.