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Alabama State Fairgrounds
Gulf Shores Amusement Park
|Nice painting view of the CSS Alabama, sank in french waters by USS Kearsarge, during US Civil war.|
This painting was done from the exact view of the Alabama when french navy officer Pascal Palmer found it
Painting done by our famous french painter Claude Lemonnier in St Vaast la Hougue
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|Carnival's Holiday arrived in Mobile to begin new cruises to Cozumel, Calica/Playa del Carmen or Costa Maya on October 15, 2004. This is the first cruise line to do business in Alabama.|
Note: What's that tiny object like 70 feet to the east of it? Looks like a car.
|Aerial view of the cool exhibits at the Space and Rocket Center in Huntsville, Alabama - one of my favorite places when I was a kid. Lots of new things have been added since I was there, though. Some of them are highlighted here. This image courtesy Microsoft and the USGS.||07/10/2005||1,367|
|Birmingham Municipal Airport, Birmingham, Alabama. A group of older and diffrent fighter planes on a airfield in Birmingham - Alabama.|
One of the planes looks like a U2.
|Jesus in Alabama||09/02/2007||861|
|A B-52 on display in Mobile, Alabama||08/13/2009||440|
|First stage on display with the S-IVB Battleship Test Stage stacked in a launch ready condition at the Alabama Welcome Center on I-65 in Ardmore, AL.|
The Saturn IB was an uprated version of the Saturn I, which featured a much more powerful second stage, the S-IVB. Unlike the earlier Saturn I, the IB had enough throw weight to launch the Apollo Command/Service Module or Lunar Modu...
|Chinooks on the ground at Fort Rucker, Alabama||08/23/2005||416|
|Building that has a shape of a swastika, just outside of Decatur, in Alabama||04/09/2007||1,250|
|Due to the new changes at Google Earth (They now show the county names as well as show you the border line.) So I am now just setting up the states from now by colouring each county||04/30/2006||743|
|This F-86D-50 with the serial number 52-4243 is on the roof of the Banks Middle school in Birmingham, Alabama.|
The fighter was used by the 49th Fighter Interceptor Squadron.