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|Stations of all suburban railways, tramways, cable cars, and importent bus lines in Zurich, Switzerland.|
- ZVV Haltestellenfahrplan (http://www.zvv.ch/haltestellenfahrplan.asp)
- map.search.ch (http://map.search.ch/)
- City Map of Zurich
- Eisenbahnatlas Schweiz (ISBN: 3894941227)
on a lonley and foggy November weekend.<...
|Home of the Grashoppers Club Zurich (Soccer)||09/03/2005||412|
|A plane parked at the Zurich internatinal airport, painted in many colors in different shapes.||03/03/2007||433|
|TBZ School in Zurich - Switzerland||09/14/2005||233|
|this mountainbiketrail leads from top of mt. uezgi to triemli train station. length: 3,5 km elevation: 350 m. mt. uezgi is the most popular mountain of zurich, switzerland's biggest city||08/31/2005||405|
|Another one of the few still operating drive-in theaters in the United States. Founded in 1957, the Transit Drive-In is still very popular during the late spring and all of summer. It inculdes a mini-golf course and a playground for kids. ||01/07/2006||485|
|Airport Zurich-Kloten, Switzerland|
|Keno Drive-In, apparently the last remaining drive-in movie theater in southeastern Wisconsin and, with room for 800 vehicles, is the largest solo screen drive-in movie theater still in operation in Wisconsin. Opened on May 18, 1949, it is also the longest continuing-operating drive-in theater in the state.|
Located at the southwesterly corner of Wisconsin Highway 32 and 91st Ave...
|The first light in 1868 at this location was a light lit on the beach by Hans Martin Hanson. Hanson had purchased acres here and was concerned about ship safety.|
The first official light established by the Lighthouse Service in 1887, was a brass kerosene lantern hung from a post on the side of a barn. Hanson was hired to care for the light and was paid $15 a month for his efforts...
|This is Indianapolis Raceway Park. Or was until they sold the naming rights. Anyway it's where the national drags are held each year. Due north is the Claremont Deluxe drive in theater. There aren't too many drive in theaters around anymore and the ones that are around are usually pretty run down. This is the drive in that I took my wife too on our first date nearly 40 years ago.||03/10/2007||593|
|Here you can see the Paleontological museum of Zurich. The entry is for free!||10/04/2005||252|
|One of the last Operating Drive-In Theatres.|
Hwy. 281 N. Mobridge, SD 57601 (605)845-2021