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|The famous Pikes Peak Cog Railway's route in red is displayed from its station in Manitou Springs, CO to the Pikes Peak summit.||04/17/2009||815|
|There is nothing like the Race to the Clouds, the second oldest race in the US. Since 1916, daring drivers and motorcycle riders have challenged this famous road. The course begins near Mile 7 on the Pikes Peak Highway. It ends 12.4 miles later at the 14,100-foot summit of Pikes Peak. Between are 156 corners, many of the hairpins, cliffs of 2,000 feet and no guardrails.|
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|Pikes Peak Intl. in happier days. Actual racing Busch Series 250 in 2002||10/26/2006||863|
|Famous Colorado Rocky Mountain.||07/21/2005||1,690|
|The now-closed PPIR in Fountain, CO. Interesting view here - it's covered in snow!||07/15/2006||662|
|The top of Pike's Peak Railway (4275m) Colorado.
|Peak rising to 870 m in Friesland Ridge, Tangra Mountains, Livingston Island; 1 km NW of St. Methodius Peak and 930 m NNE of Tervel Peak. Overlooking Ruen Icefall to the N.||04/26/2006||368|
|This is the beginning of the cog railway up to Pikes Peak, CO. Tallest one in the world, at one stage the train is on such an angle that the top and the bottom of the train is equivalent in height to a three story building (don't stand up!)|
You can see "two" trains here as they actually go up as separate carriages.
|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
|An abandoned fire lookout tower on top of Harney Peak. Harney Peak is the highest mountain in South Dakota, located in the Black Hills National Forest. The peak is the highest point east of the Rocky Mountains in mainland North America. The elevation of the peak is 7,242 feet (2,207 meters).||08/14/2007||770|
| Ismail Samani Peak (from 1932–1962 known as Stalin Peak, from 1962–1998 as Communism Peak), 24,590 ft (7,495 m). Pamir Mountains are formed by the junction of the Tian Shan, Karakoram, Kunlun, and Hindu Kush ranges. They are among the world's highest mountains. They are also known by the Chinese name of Congling.|
|located in County Kerry, is the highest peak in Ireland. It is 1,039 m tall and is the central peak of the Macgillicuddy's Reeks range.||10/15/2005||984|