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|The New York City Transit Complex at Coney Island is the largest transit maintenance facility in the United States. Located in Brooklyn, NY the 75 acre complex has been in continuous operation since its opening in 1926, and is the primary repair facility for New York's fleet of 6,400 subway cars (as of 2002).||09/04/2005||461|
|Brisbane Transit Centre incorporates Roma Street railway station and interstate coach terminal.||10/24/2005||358|
|Here you see a ring transit shed for locomatives in Krefeld, Germany.||08/31/2006||334|
|Keno Drive-In, apparently the last remaining drive-in movie theater in southeastern Wisconsin and, with room for 800 vehicles, is the largest solo screen drive-in movie theater still in operation in Wisconsin. Opened on May 18, 1949, it is also the longest continuing-operating drive-in theater in the state.|
Located at the southwesterly corner of Wisconsin Highway 32 and 91st Ave...
|Monday 26. August 2012 the zity of Zürich opened a drive-in red-light area.|
|One of the last Operating Drive-In Theatres.|
Hwy. 281 N. Mobridge, SD 57601 (605)845-2021
|Dead and gone Drive-In Theatre, replaced by a Dillion's store and a Citgo gas station.||01/06/2006||418|
|Outdoor drive-in built on top of an old mine dump.||05/10/2006||432|
|I put together this collection of all the rail stations within the Atlanta public transit system's M.A.R.T.A. commuter railway. M.A.R.T.A. stands for "Metropolitan Atlanta Rapid Transit Authority", and has been a part of Atlanta for over 25 years now.|
With rail stations serving the city with North/South and East/West lines (running approximately parrallel with the cities major i...
|This is a listing of nearly every drive-in movie theater in the United States that is open as of the end of 2005. These are sorted by state.||11/13/2005||449|
|Royallieu was one of the biggest transit camps of Nazi-Germany in occupied France. More than 45.000 people passed through it. The camp served between June 1941 and August 1944.|
Within Royallieu stood "Camp C", or the "Jewish camp". This part of Royallieu was an extermination camp on itself. The Jewish prisoners were starved to death.
|In Pithiviers, in the Loiret department, approximately 50 km south of Paris, was built at the beginning of World War II prisoner of war camp in order to imprison German soldiers. After the French defeat of 1940, it was used by the French Vichy regime as a transit camp (frz: camp de transit de Pithiviers) for French and foreign Jews interned refugees. Here, in May 1941 during the round of the Op...||01/05/2010||271|