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Double-headed diesel 60 wagon coal train approaching Gladstone, Queensland from the Callide mines to the west. The Queensland rail system operates on 3'6" gauge.
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Armistice with Germany 1918

Armistice with Germany 1918

The armistice treaty between the Allies and Germany was signed in a railway carriage in Compičgne Forest on 11 November 1918, and marked the end of the First World War on the Western Front. Principal signatories were Marshal Ferdinand Foch, the Allied Commander-in-chief, and Matthias Erzberger, Germany's representative.

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Budapest Transportation Museum

Budapest Transportation Museum

The Közlekedési Múzeum or Transport Museum of Budapest is one of Europe’s oldest transportation collections.

It is a must for railway connoisseurs and amateurs. This museum has a unique collection of locomotives and wagons on a 1:5 scale. This means that a locomotive of, for example, 10 m length is reproduced with all details in a 2 m length model. The models represent a wide ran...
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Kolmanskop ghost town

Kolmanskop ghost town

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It developed after the discovery of diamonds in the area in 1908, to provide shelter...
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USAAF B17G Stormy Weather crashed on Als

USAAF B17G Stormy Weather crashed on Als

Stormy Weather took off from Polebrook Airfield, Northamptonshire, UK, on the morning of the 24th May 1944. The mission was to bomb Berlin. Stormy Weather was the lead plane in the bomber formation. Prior to take off the crew had made their own plane "Clay Pigeon" ready, however when they received orders to start up, they experienced serious engine problems. The crew had to move hurriedly to th...
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Mann ERF Truck Plant Middlewich Cheshire UK

Mann ERF Truck Plant Middlewich Cheshire UK

Back in 1881 the first traction engine built in Sandbach owed a great deal to the late E.R. Foden's ideas. And in 1898 he went on to influence truck design by designing the first steam wagon (on steel tyre wheels) which had a very successful run up until 1913. As a result of solid rubber tyres coming into favour, E.R. Foden introduced the first pneumatic-tyre steamer, but as steam transport app...
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World War 2 POW Camp Eden

World War 2 POW Camp Eden

In early 1942, a small contingent of Army personnel, under the command of a Sergeant, arrived at Malton, midway between York and Scarborough in North Yorkshire. Their task was to construct a barbed wire enclosure and erect tents to house the steady flow of enemy prisoners of war captured in North Africa. The site was named Eden Camp and the first inmates were two hundred and fifty Italian pris...
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American Civil War - Sharpsburg (Overlay)

American Civil War - Sharpsburg (Overlay)

The Battle of Antietam (known as the Battle of Sharpsburg in the South), fought on September 17, 1862, near Sharpsburg, Maryland, part of the Maryland Campaign, was the first major battle in the American Civil War to take place on Northern soil. It was the bloodiest single-day battle in American history, with over 23,000 casualties, but also has unique significance as the [partial] victory that...
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American Civil War - Fredericksburg (Overlays)

American Civil War - Fredericksburg (Overlays)

Major General George B. McClellan affected a smile as he read the fateful orders from Washington. Turning toward his late night visitor, McClellan spoke without revealing his bitter disappointment. "Well Burnside, I turn the command over to you." With these words, the charismatic, overcautious leader of the Union's most famous fighting force exited the military stage, yielding to a new man with...
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