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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||463|
|A plane parked at the Zurich internatinal airport, painted in many colors in different shapes.||03/04/2007||549|
|TBZ School in Zurich - Switzerland||09/14/2005||276|
|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||473|
|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||549|
|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...
|Here you can see the Paleontological museum of Zurich. The entry is for free!||10/05/2005||298|
|One of the last Operating Drive-In Theatres.|
Hwy. 281 N. Mobridge, SD 57601 (605)845-2021
|Dead and gone Drive-In Theatre, replaced by a Dillion's store and a Citgo gas station.||01/06/2006||443|