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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||1,179|
|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||201|
|This is a sign visible (but quite faint) from the air. Located in Elizabeth, South Australia.||10/06/2009||143|
|A visual bend in the railroad between Bottrop main station and Bottrop Boy.||02/28/2007||509|
|Sign reads "South San Francisco The Industrial City"||07/18/2005||893|
|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.
|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||520|
|(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||612|
|A large euro sign in front of the European Central Bank in Frankfurt/Germany|
You can even see the shadow of the sign better than the sign itself.