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|The International Amphitheatre was an indoor arena, located in Chicago, Illinois, between 1934 and 1999.|
The arena, which seated 9,000, was the first home of the Chicago Packers of the NBA during 1961-62, before changing their name to the Chicago Zephyrs and moving to the Chicago Coliseum for their second season. It was also the home of the Chicago Bulls during their inaugural...
|The New York City Transit Complex at Coney Island is the largest transit maintenance facility in the United States. Located in Brooklyn, NY the 75 acre complex has been in continuous operation since its opening in 1926, and is the primary repair facility for New York's fleet of 6,400 subway cars (as of 2002).||09/04/2005||475|
|Another one of the few still operating drive-in theaters in the United States. Founded in 1957, the Transit Drive-In is still very popular during the late spring and all of summer. It inculdes a mini-golf course and a playground for kids. ||01/07/2006||535|
|Brisbane Transit Centre incorporates Roma Street railway station and interstate coach terminal.||10/25/2005||371|
|Park Hyatt Chicago is a premium choice among Chicago luxury hotels, near historic Water Tower Square and legendary Michigan Avenue. |
|Here you see a ring transit shed for locomatives in Krefeld, Germany.||08/31/2006||346|
|Chicago O'Hare International Airport|
Over 70 million people a year travel through Chicago O'Hare International Airport.
|I put together this collection of all the rail stations within the Atlanta public transit system's M.A.R.T.A. commuter railway. M.A.R.T.A. stands for "Metropolitan Atlanta Rapid Transit Authority", and has been a part of Atlanta for over 25 years now.|
With rail stations serving the city with North/South and East/West lines (running approximately parrallel with the cities major i...
|A United Airlines 757 over Chicago||09/15/2008||1,061|
|Interesting places of Chicago||12/01/2005||820|
|Commuter rail on elevated tracks, Chicago, Illinois.||09/13/2005||576|
|Royallieu was one of the biggest transit camps of Nazi-Germany in occupied France. More than 45.000 people passed through it. The camp served between June 1941 and August 1944.|
Within Royallieu stood "Camp C", or the "Jewish camp". This part of Royallieu was an extermination camp on itself. The Jewish prisoners were starved to death.