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|The Last Interurban: Story of the Chicago, South Shore & South Bend Railroad. |
This "interurban" runs from South Bend, Indiana to Chicago.
|This tree at the botanical garden in Odder is made of trees and the trunk and paths shows the rest of the big tree.||04/22/2007||1,185|
|St Patricks Cathedral is the largest church in Ireland. A wooden church was built on the present site in the V th century when Ireland's patron saint, St Patrick, baptised his first Christian converts at a well on the site. The present church dates from the XII th century.|
|Rooftop sign from a factory in Cavan, South Australia||06/26/2009||212|
|This is a sign visible (but quite faint) from the air. Located in Elizabeth, South Australia.||10/06/2009||154|
|A visual bend in the railroad between Bottrop main station and Bottrop Boy.||02/28/2007||515|
|Sign reads "South San Francisco The Industrial City"||07/18/2005||901|
|The WONDERBOOM is a remarkable sight where two trees, namely the Ghwarrie tree (Eudea undulate) and a Shepherd's Tree (Boscia oleolides, also called a Karoo witgat) grow side by side. What makes this "wonder tree" unique is the fact that the Shepherd's Tree has three stems coming up out of the ground. Two of the stems have joined together, forming an "eye of a needle" and ...||07/22/2014||53|
|One Tree Hill before the iconic pine tree was removed after a failed chainsaw attack by a Maori protester. The hill was originallly the site of a Maori pa.||08/28/2006||530|
|A strange scene--a tree on the canopy!!|
Yes! here is Kayashima Station,Osaka. When the station built the tree was here for 700 years. Now it is the siprit God for Osaka people.
|(Castelo de Paderne) is in Algarve, Portugal. |
This hill fort was built by the Moors in the second half of the 12th Century.
Its is eight kilometers (five miles) from the Algarve resort of Albufeira, on a River Quarteira bend close to the village and civil parish of Paderne. It is 7.5 km (4.7 miles) north from the coast.
The castle is one of seven ...
|Just because a tree is dead, it doesn’t mean that its useful life in the ecosystem is over. This tree has been dead for many years and yet is still a beautiful home to a host of interesting creepy crawlies, including termites and slaters that are natures great re-users. It’s also a favourite perching site for our birds of prey. They have a clear view of anything that may be moving in the grassl...||05/14/2008||621|