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|Milwaukee County Stadium (or just County Stadium in context) was a ballpark in Milwaukee, Wisconsin from 1953 to 2000. It was primarily used as a baseball stadium for the Milwaukee Braves and Brewers, but was also used for football games, ice skating, religious services, concerts and other large events. It was replaced by Miller Park.|
|This is the electrified route of the East Troy Electric Railroad, the last remaining approximately 5.5-mile stretch of the long defunct TMER&L (The Milwaukee Electric Rail & Light) interurban service. In 2007, the ETER celebrates the 100th Anniversary of the opening of line from Milwaukee to East Troy. Visitors may enjoy rides aboard vintage interurbans that ran on the North and South Shore l...||07/27/2007||600|
|The Bradley Center in Milwaukee, Wisconsin USA, is home to two professional sports teams, the Milwaukee Bucks (NBA) and the Milwaukee Admirals (AHL), as well as the Marquette University Golden Eagles (NCAA) men's basketball team. The facility annually hosts approximately 180 events including sports, concerts, and others. According to its website, "The Bradley Center is the only major, public a...||02/06/2008||645|
|Big Smiley face on the Main Stage at Henry W. Maier Festival Park in Milwaukee, Wisconsin. This is the home of Americas largest music festival, Summerfest, and many other ethnic festivals.||07/12/2006||407|
|All 17 Indy Racing League tracks for 2005|
March 6 Homestead-Miami Speedway/Miami Toyota Indy 300
March 19 Phoenix International Raceway Phoenix Indy 200
April 3 St. Petersburg, FL Grand Prix St. Petersburg
April 30 Twin Ring Motegi Twin Ring Motegi
May 29 Indianapolis Motor Speedway 89th Indy 500
June 11 Texas Motor Speedway Bombardier 500
|Miller Park is a baseball stadium located in Milwaukee, Wisconsin. It is home to the Milwaukee Brewers and was built as a replacement for Milwaukee County Stadium. The title sponsor is the Miller Brewing Company.|
The park is located just Southwest of the intersection of I-94, US-41, and Miller Park Way (W-341).
Miller Park was built with $310 million of public fund...
May 4, 2001, marked the initial unveiling of the Milwaukee Art Museum's new expansion and renovation which combines art, dramatic architecture and landscape design. Our new Quadracci Pavilion, the first Santiago Calatrava-designed building in the United States, features a 90-foot high glass-walled reception hall enclosed by the Burke Brise Soleil, a sunscreen that can be raised or lower...
|This plane is on Final Approach! Well, actually mounted on top of the Final Approach Restaurant on Howell Ave. in Milwaukee, near the airport. ||04/17/2007||430|
|B-25 Mitchell bomber from the World War II era on display at General Mitchell International Airport in Milwaukee, Wisconsin.|
Both this aircraft and the airport are named for William Mitchell (1879-1936), who grew up in Milwaukee as the son of a senator and grandson of a famous railroad executive. Convicted of and having resigned his commission following a court martial for his o...
|A 16.34 mile/26.3 km circuit used in 1928. The shorter 6.83 mile/11.00 km circuit was used in 1949 for the french Formula 1 GP.||07/05/2007||828|
|2 mile bowl in Bedfordshire that includes an alpine test track, mile straight run, and rough road surface test facility. ||01/02/2006||920|
|Willow Springs International Motorsports Park is located in Willow Springs near Rosamond and Lancaster, California, and is about an hour north of Los Angeles. It is a historic race track, in existence more than fifty years. Construction of the track began in 1952, with the inaugural first race held on November 23, 1953. The main track is a challenging 2.5-mile (4.0 km) long road course that is ...||11/17/2011||470|