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|This is the baseball stadium in Surprise, AZ that is the Spring Training home of the Kansas City Royals and Texas Rangers. It's also home to the minor league Surprise Fightin' Falcons.|
It's part of a huge complex that has a total of 15 different baseball fields.
|Home of the Fightin' Texas Aggies||01/02/2006||239|
|Ellington Field (EFD) is a joint use civil/military airport. Acquired by the City of Houston in 1984, Ellington now supports the operations of the United States military, NASA, Continental Express, United Parcel Service and general aviation. The airport is home to the largest flying club in Texas and is the site of the annual Wings Over Houston Airshow. ||02/22/2006||409|
|A field in Texas shaped like Texas...||01/02/2009||297|
|English Field Air & Space Museum in Amarillo home of The Texas Aviation Historical Society was a privately run museum with aircraft, missies and helicopters including a superb PZL- Mielec TS-11 Iskra - Admission is free but a donation is much appreciated.||12/27/2007||354|
|The Hiram Bithorn Stadium (Estadio Hiram Bithorn in Spanish) is a baseball stadium in San Juan, Puerto Rico, operated by the municipal government of the city of San Juan. Its name honors the first Puerto Rican to play in the major leagues, Hiram Bithorn, who first entered played with the Chicago Cubs in 1942. Built in 1962 under the mayoral administration of Felisa Rincˇn de Gautier, replacing ...||07/19/2007||475|
|This is Power Rangers Studio in Auckland NZ||02/06/2007||729|
|Robert F. Kennedy Memorial Stadium, informally known as RFK Stadium (or just RFK), is a professional sports stadium in the United States. Opened in October 1961 as D.C. Stadium, RFK was the home of the NFL's Washington Redskins for 36 seasons, from 1961 through 1996. The Redskins moved to FedExField in suburban Maryland for the 1997 season. RFK Stadium also served as the home to the expansion W...||12/31/2006||595|
|Rangers F.C.'s training facility||04/01/2008||827|
|A village called Nieuw Amsterdam (New Amsterdam)|
Settings in NEW YORK in 1642. Peter Stuyvesant arrived there in 1647.
Home made overlay, based on a map found on http://www.lib.utexas.edu/maps/ (University of Texas Libraries, The University of Texas at Austin)
|The Texas Air Museum is home to the bridge and island of the Vietnam era helicopter carrier IWO JIMA (LPH-2) . It rises over 100 feet above the south Texas plain. This carrier was involved with the pickup of the crew of the ill-fated Apollo 13 crew. ||09/26/2007||490|
|One of America's great stadiums is the home of Rice Owls Football. |
Rice Stadium has proved to be the master of time. It is still recognized as the best stadium in which to watch a football game in Texas. The stadium seats 70,000 fans, a tribute to a university with only 2,600 undergraduate students.