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|These grain circles can be found in holland very close to the german border.||01/02/2006||316|
|Grain Ship being filled in Germany||01/22/2008||340|
|Four-masted steel barque,4900 tons dwt., built as "Kurt" 1904 in Glasgow for the German nitrate trade. Confiscated by US government as WW1 reparations, bought by the famous Swedish ship-owner Gustaf Erikson. Final commercial voyage carrying Australian wheat to the UK in 1938, as immortalised by Eric Newby in "The Last Grain Race". Now "restored" as a restaurant. ||01/20/2006||352|
|The Steamship William G. Mather is a retired Great Lakes bulk freighter now restored as a maritime museum in Cleveland, Ohio, one of four in the Great Lakes region. She transported cargo such as ore, coal, stone, and grain to ports throughout the Great Lakes, and was nicknamed "The Ship That Built Cleveland" because Cleveland's steel mills were a frequent destination. |
|The now defunct Bethlehem Steel Works in Bethlehem, PA. The steel produced in this plant was used across the country for bridges and buildings and what-not.||09/08/2005||397|
|These are grain circles in the U.S.||02/22/2009||630|
|to get away chaff||12/02/2006||767|
|Built 500 metres off the isle of Grain, Kent, UK.|
Originally completed in 1855 and is similar in construction to other Martello towers that can be found around the Kent coast.
The tower was modified in 1910 with the addition of 4.7" quick fire guns to protect ships moored at Sheerness or Chatham from high speed torpedo boats.
The guns were removed in 1929 an...
|An advertisement poster on this signature to recognize is||11/03/2005||349|
|Jorgensen Steel sign on the factory roof top.||04/14/2010||271|
|An air of romantic secrecy emanates from the Pacific Heights mansion of Danielle Steel. The author, who recently published her 50th best selling title, lives a life more dramatic than that of the most harried heroine from her many romance novels including Passion's Promise, Now and Forever, A Perfect Stranger, and No Greater Love. In childhood Steel survived polio and cancer. Among her five hus...||08/03/2005||1,322|
|The Mühlacker Broadcasting Transmission Facility is a radio transmission facility near Mühlacker, Germany, first put into service in 1930. It uses two guyed steel tube masts as aerials and one guyed steel framework mast, which are insulated against ground. It has two transmission aerials for shortwave and one free standing steel framework tower for directional radio services. The shortwave tran...||04/15/2007||453|