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blukcattalking · a day ago
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lizziesblog · a day ago
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marmarinou · 2 days ago
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From The Trolley Dodger blog:
“New York Central loco 5287, a 4-6-4, heads south at Roosevelt Road on August 24, 1954.”
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Photo by David R. Sweetland
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vintageeveryday · 19 hours ago
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The Go-Devil was a gravity driven rail car that ran on the Little Bookcliff (LBC) Railway from 1892, when the railway opened, to about 1907. The LBC was a narrow gauge railway that ran from Grand Junction to Carpenter, a coal mine camp in the Bookcliffs, from 1889 to 1925. The LBC was incorporated on September 11, 1889, by William Thomas Carpenter and several other Grand Junction business owners. The purpose of the 12-mile railroad was to haul coal from the Bookcliff mines owned by Carpenter to Grand Junction. Construction began in 1890 and progressed in sections until the rails finally reached the coal camp in the Bookcliffs in June 1892. Although the railroad was built to haul coal, it was also used for excursions. Many locals traveled from Grand Junction to Carpenter for picnics and hiking. There were special Memorial Day excursions where families would go out to Carpenter, gather up the abundant wildflowers growing there in the spring, and return to Grand Junction to decorate their loved ones' graves.
Some of the more thrill-seeking visitors would ride back to town on the Go-Devil. The Go-Devil consisted of some boards bolted together and attached to a set of handcar wheels. It coasted down the tracks from Carpenter to Grand Junction at break-neck speeds.
Although you can no longer ride the Go-Devil, you can still see it at Cross Orchards Historic Site at 3073 F Road in Grand Junction.
(Photo courtesy Museums of Western Colorado)
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wedding-affair · a day ago
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Rivini by Rita Vinieris | Bridal Spring 2023
Gown: Emma
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mescalinartofnoiseblog · 2 days ago
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By train (Charente - France)
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earthvideos · 6 months ago
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workersandstudentsdemocracy · 10 months ago
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Daily reminder that personal automobile usage is a massive waste, and should be curtailed as soon as possible in a communist society. Living quarters and cities must be planned according to the proletariat, free from capitalist subversion where one is coerced to operate an automobile to go about daily tasks. Even hypercapitalist nations such as South Korea and Japan could devise an efficient public transport system and cities accordingly.
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blukcattalking · 2 days ago
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utwo · 2 months ago
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New Hampshire New England
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cherryfairy · 2 months ago
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Train and stained glass, what more do you need
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marmarinou · a day ago
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From The Trolley Dodger blog:
"CTA 2041 at Hamlin on the Lake Street L, signed as a B train, sometime between 1964 and 1969."
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happyheidi · 4 months ago
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‘The Return of Nature Train’ by Timo Helgert
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botherbug · a month ago
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ancientsstudies · 9 months ago
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A traveller learns more than a passenger.
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tokyoproxy · 7 months ago
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魔女の宅急便  Kiki’s Delivery Service (1989)
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tokyostreetphoto · a month ago
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Chasing Light, Ichigaya 市谷
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fuckyeahmeikokaji · 9 months ago
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Meiko Kaji (梶芽衣子).
Scanned from Shukan Myojo (週刊明星), Feb 25, 1973.
http://fuckyeahmeikokaji.tumblr.com
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catchymemes · a year ago
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