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|The now defunct Bethlehem Steel Works in Bethlehem, PA. The steel produced in this plant was used across the country for bridges and buildings and what-not.||09/08/2005||363|
|An air of romantic secrecy emanates from the Pacific Heights mansion of Danielle Steel. The author, who recently published her 50th best selling title, lives a life more dramatic than that of the most harried heroine from her many romance novels including Passion's Promise, Now and Forever, A Perfect Stranger, and No Greater Love. In childhood Steel survived polio and cancer. Among her five hus...||08/03/2005||1,236|
|The Mühlacker Broadcasting Transmission Facility is a radio transmission facility near Mühlacker, Germany, first put into service in 1930. It uses two guyed steel tube masts as aerials and one guyed steel framework mast, which are insulated against ground. It has two transmission aerials for shortwave and one free standing steel framework tower for directional radio services. The shortwave tran...||04/15/2007||417|
|Looks like a closeup of your mainboard. Really big plant in the greater Tokyo bay area. Steel producing facility ?||08/17/2005||364|
|The big Corus Steel factory in Ijmuiden||04/18/2007||315|
|Two INI Steel Sign, Incheon Korea|
|Bridge over Kwai river (3d model) "first construction of the steel bridge"|
The eleven span bridge spanning the Mae Klong river (renamed Kwai Yai river in 1960). Dismantled by the Japanese in Java and transported to the site in 1942, the bridge was rebuilt using prisoner of war (POW) labour, and opened for use in April 1943. One span of the bridge was destroyed by Allied aircraft ...
|Steel plant near Duisburg, Germany at the river Rhein.||08/22/2005||382|
|The bulk freighter William A. Irvin played a significant role in transporting both iron ore and coal between Minnesota ports on Lake Superior and ports along the southern shores of lakes Michigan, Huron and Erie. Named for a president of U.S. Steel, the freighter was known as the “Pride of the Silver Stackers” – a reference to the trademark black-banded smokestacks of U.S. Steel’s Great Lakes f...||01/26/2007||547|
|45 Steel grain bins all in one row on a farmplace in Montana.||01/20/2007||563|
|Lanxess Arena (originally Kölnarena, German for Cologne Arena) is an indoor arena, in Cologne, North Rhine-Westphalia, Germany. The arena opened in 1998 and can accommodate 20,000 people.
It is primarily used by VfL Gummersbach (team handball), Kölner Haie (ice hockey), and as a concert venue.
The arena is spanned by a steel arch supporting the roof via steel cables. The height of t...
|Edgar Thomson Steel Works, Braddock -- Andrew Carnegie/USS||07/18/2005||484|