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|The Fresno California Temple is the 78th operating temple of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. The temple has approximately 10,700 square feet of floor space and includes a celestial room, two endowment rooms seating 40 people in each room, two sealing rooms, and a baptistry. The exterior is gray granite, quarried near Fresno. The spire is topped by a gold statue of the angel Mor...||07/18/2005||545|
|This steel sculpture was made by Allen Betoldi in 1979. In 1987 Talan Memmott realized an installation in collaboration with a colleague on Allen Bertoldi┤s sculpture "Sidewinder" at CSU Fresno: The artists lived on the sculpture "for more than a week". ||05/16/2008||381|
|The Marifu Rail Yard, 2 miles east of Iwakuni, and 2 miles south of Otaka, Japan, after the bombing raid of 14 August 1945 by 108 B-29 Superforts of the 21st Bomber Command. ||06/29/2007||618|
|Train waggons which arrives at this scrap yard can be turned towards it's destination inside the scrap yard.||08/23/2007||508|
|28 January 1944|
STRATEGIC OPERATIONS (Fifteenth Air Force):
In Italy, B-17's, with fighter escorts, bomb Aviano Airfield and Verona marshalling yard; B-24's hit the marshalling yard at Ferrara.
|The yard of bricks at the Indianapolis Motor Speedway||03/24/2007||508|
|Marry Me Charity written on a car park in Fresno, California - I hope she said yes||01/26/2008||334|
|15 January 1945|
Target: Treviso Marshalling Yard, Italy
A whole week passed before the Group was able to fly Mission No. 162. Finally, on the 15th of the month, Major Poole led another four flight formation in a visual attack on the marshalling yard at Treviso, Italy. Many of the bombs dropped short but others fell in the target area for a score of 32.1 percent. ...
|Pyanmana railway yard bombed by the No. 99 Squadron RAF.||03/03/2007||533|
|The biggest marshalling yard in europe.|
It┤s fully computer controlled
|24 March 1945 |
On 24 March the Group bombed again in Czechoslovakia on the first mission in a long time to this country. The target was the marshalling yard at Ceske Budejovice. Captain Thackston led the formation against this undefended target. The patterns around the two aiming points were scattered but both of them carried completely across the marshalling yard. The two roundh...
|22 February 1945 |
Colonel Lawhon took off in the lead of a thirty-plane four box formation to attack the marshalling yard at Ingolstadt, Germany, on 22 February. Due to impassible weather he was compelled to abandon the primary target and search for a target of opportunity to be bombed visually. The target selected was the marshalling yard at Kempton, Germany. The choke point of ...