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‘70 Super Bee and Corvette on the North side of 183 & Story Rd in Irving Texas, a huge improvement being made with the rework of the overpass

February 8th, 2018 by admin

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the south side of the overpass isn’t getting any cars

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‘70 Super Bee and Corvette on the North side of 183 & Story Rd in Irving Texas, a huge improvement being made with the rework of the overpass

the inverted locomotives of the Southern Pacific

September 24th, 2017 by admin

Because of tunnels and “snow galleries” that protected the locomotives from snow. But it was quickly realized that when ordinary locomotives went through these tunnels the smoke, soot, cinders and heat flies back and enters the control area, blinding the engineer, and that’s never a good thing.

The space in the tunnel is small, and as the steam engines became more powerful, the smoke became more daunting . And soon the locomotive engineers began to suffocate from this smoke it was a real threat to people’s lives.

And then the South Pacific leadership had an idea to move the car forward. In 1911 the Baldwin plant in Philadelphia got the first orders for the “Inverted” locomotives.

With this arrangement of the cabin the visibility was excellent, and smoke was no longer a problem for the crew.

https://guriny.livejournal.com/426804.html

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the inverted locomotives of the Southern Pacific

Penn Station, New York 1910

February 6th, 2017 by admin

Penn Station, operating staff consulting with train engineer on platform,

October was also speed week for land speed racing in South Africa, the All Tar Speed Week at Mahikeng airport. The desert speedweek in Sept was cancelled due to rains

November 16th, 2016 by admin

The Mahikeng is the 2nd longest runway in South Africa, and there just is little to nothing online about the races except the results at

that Ferguson that went to the South Pole in 1958

September 17th, 2015 by admin

In large measure the Expedition was successful due to the the help of Sir Edmund Hillary (of Mt. Everest fame) using three Ferguson tractors (the last picture). Hillary built a support base at the Ferguson tractorfar end, blazed a vehicle route up the Skelton Glacier and through the Western Mountains, and laid supply depots over 700 miles nearly to the South Pole. With just enough fuel, Hillary’s party pressed on to the South Pole, the first to get there since Scott’s ill-fated visit in 1912.

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why has the 710 been left unfinished for 45 years?

June 16th, 2015 by admin


the green dotted line is where there is no freeway, and it’s all surface streets, and stop lights, and delays, to get to Pasadena.

I’m constantly baffled that the 110 and the 710 can’t get across Alhambra and Pasadena, and get traffic moving between the 210 and the 10.

20% of the Los Angeles County population lives in the San Gabriel Valley and in the east/northeast of Los Angeles yet there is NO North and South freeway to connect the 10, the 210 and the 110.

In 2001, and 2006, the legal stuff was passed to get the road or tunnel completed. Nothing yet.

Once completed, the 710 tunnel will slash traffic clogging Alhambra streets by 61% and reduce 80,000 daily cut-through trips.

In March, Caltrans, in cooperation with the Los Angeles County Metro, released an environmental impact report detailing alternatives for closing the gap. 2,260 pages of it.

Cannonball Baker heading to New York from San Diego on the early board road over the desert sand of East California, with a Stutz and with an Indian

June 10th, 2014 by admin

Both found on the Old Motor

most unusual… I think you’ll agree. A Rolls Royce woody school bus served in Kenya to bus kids to soccer and cricket mateches, was built for a Maharajah as a regular Silver Ghost, but commandeered by the British Govt and built as an armored car for WW1 ended up used to drive HRH Princess Margaret to an agricultural show . Solidly in first place for "reality is bizarre" trophy

January 1st, 2013 by admin

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variety and a lot of interesting stuff, at mi24.livejournal.com

December 20th, 2012 by admin

One of the worst looking cars. Sheesh. The 1982 Stutz Bearcat

A helicopter lifestyle with a T-Bird like that? I doubt it seriously

this last one is a South African El Camino. Quite different from a USA El Camino

I only have time to look around a little, but I’ll be back, cause there is a lot of good stuff here at

You don’t know the new Camaro, it’s not American.. here are 3 things you’ve probably never heard before

February 18th, 2012 by admin

It’s Canadian built,
designed by a South Korean,
and developed in Australia.