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|Lots and lots of green, French trash collecting trucks. (52 of them, to be exact)||06/16/2006||322|
|On a parking lot near the Rhine directly after the German French border.|
2 Trucks with boats. 2 Trucks with wheeled loaders, one of it between the two Boatstrailer
|You can see a row of Trucks more than 2km at the Swiss Boarder. The most will be in Transit to Italy. The alternative way by train (rolling highway) is exensiver than the tranit-fees (||06/05/2007||662|
|Hundreds of Trucks line the road in Iraq near the Turkish Border||02/03/2008||1,085|
|Maybe these barracks are military, but that's not for sure. Although there are military-green trucks between the small houses.||08/08/2005||589|
|Kensal Green Cemetery is a burial ground located in Kensal Green, London, England. It was immortalised in the lines of G. K. Chesterton "For there is good news yet to hear and fine things to be seen; Before we go to Paradise by way of Kensal Green".|
|They always warned me not to eat the yellow snow...but the green snow? Something went wrong with the image formatting process and created a strange green tint over this patch of ice. Probably a lime snow cone.||09/30/2010||996|
|10 January 1944.|
TACTICAL OPERATIONS (Twelfth Air Force): In Italy, B-25's hit San Benedetto de Marsi; P-40's, with RAF, SAAF, and RAAF airplanes, hit communications, gun positions, trucks, and tanks at numerous points in and NW of the battle area; other P-40's give close support to ground forces in the Chieti area; and A-36's hit trucks, tanks, trains, and other targets of opportuni...
|A Lot Coca-Cola Trucks in a yard in Bremen||12/12/2007||330|
|MAN Trucks test track in Munich, Germany||12/27/2007||696|
|Welcome to one of the nations most secret defence sites. Hack Green has played a central role in the defence of Britain for almost sixty years. As you approach Hack Green over the picturesque farmland and rolling Cheshire countryside, it's hard to imagine a more peaceful location, but it was not always like this!|
|The Lawn Ground is located in Nailsworth, Gloucestershire, England, and was, from 1890 to 2006, home to the English football club, Forest Green Rovers who currently play in the Conference National. The Lawn Ground also hosted local cup finals as well as being home to Forest Green's Ladies and youth sides.|
The ground was located at the top of a steep hill in the hamlet of Forest ...