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The church was built by Roman Catholics in the second half of the 19th century. Under the Soviet regime, the cathedral was confiscated and was used for non-intended purposes. The local Roman Catholics sought the return of the Cathedral of St. Joseph for fifteen years.

On June 5, 2009, the Economic court of Dnipropetrovsk Oblast passed the church to the local parish of St. Joseph of the Roman Catholic Church.

At present, the cathedral building has been renovated and Christian services are held in three languages: Ukrainian, Polish and Russian.

West Yorkshire Passenger Transport Executive Leyland Bus Limited class 155 ‘Super Sprinter’ two car diesel-hydraulic multiple unit number 155342 of Neville Hill Traction & Rolling Stock Maintenance Depot passes by Castleton East Junction signal box on the Up Main line forming the additional 07:32 Bradford Interchange to Manchester Victoria (2M08) while Ian Riley’s former British Railways Riddles ‘Standard’ 4MT 2-6-0 locomotive number 76079 of Bury Motive Power Depot stands at Castleton East Junction signal box 27 signal (Dn. Goods Loop Home 2) with the additional 09:22 Castleton East Junction to Manchester Victoria empty coaching stock (5Z16) and West Coast Railway Company Limited Brush Traction Type 4 Co-Co class 47/4 diesel-electric locomotive number 47804 of Carnforth Motive Power Depot stands on Number 2 Road of the Down Sidings after working the additional 05:11 Carnforth Steamtown to Castleton East Junction empty coaching stock (5Z15). Saturday 9th February 2008

 

Note, 76079 was built at Horwich works in February 1957, and was withdrawn from Springs Branch Motive Power Depot on 31st December 1967. It was sold for scrap to Woodham Brothers Limited in early 1968 being purchased by Derek Foster in December 1973. It was moved to the Steamport Museum at Southport for restoration in August 1974 with the restoration being completed in early summer 1989 at a private Merseyside location. It was named CASTELL DINAS BRAN (named at London Heathrow Airport on 30th November 1994 in a joint naming ceremony with British Airways Boeing 757-236 G-BPEJ) for a time and was then temporarily named Trevor T. Jones in August 1993. It was purchased by Duncan Bray in early 1998 and was then purchased by Ian Riley in November 1998. It was allocated the TOPS number 98476 and was sold to the North Yorkshire Moors Railway on 27th August 2009

 

47804 was built to a Brush design by British Railways at Crewe works in October 1965, numbered D1965. It was renumbered 47265 in February 1974. It was fitted with electric train heating equipment and renumbered 47591 on 20th July 1983. It was fitted with long range fuel tanks and renumbered 47804 on 29th July 1989. It was named Kettering at Bristol Bath Road Traction Maintenance Depot without ceremony in September 1992, the nameplates being removed in August 1993. It was transferred to Rail Express Systems Limited in 1994 and was fitted with RCH jumper cables and twin fuel tanks for use on ‘Railnet’ services, being renumbered 47792 on 27th March 1995 and was named Saint Cuthbert at Darlington railway station on 23rd May 1995. Rail Express Systems Limited was purchased by North and South Railways Limited on 9th December 1995, and became part of English Welsh & Scottish Railway Limited in October 1996. The nameplates were removed circa December 2002, and it was named Robin Hood at Toton Traction Maintenance Depot without ceremony in March 2003. The nameplates were removed in April 2004 and it was purchased by West Coast Railway Company Limited in 2007, being renumbered 47804 on 13th June 2007

 

Although owned by the West Yorkshire Passenger Transport Executive the class 155 units were used on Northern Rail Limited services, being managed by the Porterbrook Leasing Company Limited until May 2011 when the units were sold the Porterbrook Leasing Company Limited

 

Ref no Olympus E500 - P2094575

A number of units are seen at the DMU depot (DN) that was to the north of the station. It had an allocation of mainly Class 101s for local services around Teesside, until the mid-1980s, from when all the north-east's DMUs were concentrated at Heaton (HT) depot, Newcastle.

Doncaster based 9F 2-10-0 no. 92190 restarts its train of loaded 16T coal wagons out of the down loop at Babworth, Retford on 21st June 1965. The train had come from Colwick yard at Nottingham and had joined the East coast mainline at Newark after coming up the line from Bottesford.

 

The loco, no. 92190 was a product of the works at Swindon in 1958. It was withdrawn from service just over 3 months after this picture was taken in October 1965. A service life of just over 7 years during which it received only one major overhaul, a Heavy Intermediate at Darlington in 1961

With a long rake of (presumably empty) coal hoppers behind it, Freightliner no. 66512 powers through a sun-drenched Tamworth with 4V12, the 1357 Barnetby Dn Recp Sdg-Stoke Gifford FHH service.

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Newish 6041, only 2-3 months old following its delivery from UGL Broameadow heads north on an intermodal service.

shot location: National Highway, Sto. Tomas Batangas

  

After almost 2 months of being inactive in flickr and almost 1 month of having non-pro account(flickr pro account had expired last month)... now I'm back! And I'm ready to turn my flickr up side down again :)

 

**Pag-asa observatory at Coron island, Palawan, Philippines

West Yorkshire Passenger Transport Executive Leyland Bus Limited class 155 ‘Super Sprinter’ two car diesel-hydraulic multiple unit number 155343 of Neville Hill Traction & Rolling Stock Maintenance Depot passes Castleton East Junction signal box 35 signal (Down Main Home 2) forming the daily 07:47 Manchester Victoria to Leeds (2E09) while English Welsh & Scottish Railway Limited General Motors ‘JT42CWR’ Type 5 Co-Co class 66/0 diesel-electric locomotive number 66141 of Toton Traction Maintenance Depot stands at 27 signal (Dn. Goods Loop Home 2) with the additional 05:19 Healey Mills to Castleton Down Sidings empty ash train (6Z28) and English Welsh & Scottish Railway Limited Brush Traction Type 5 Co-Co class 60 diesel-electric locomotive number 60029 Clitheroe Castle of Immingham Traction Maintenance Depot stands at 28 signal (Up & Down Through Siding To Dn. Goods Loop) with the Saturdays excepted 05:35 Arpley Sidings to Bury East Lancashire Railway stone train (6P24) formed of forty loaded MEA wagons (1673 tonne trailing load). Monday 16th April 2007

 

Note, 60029 was built by Brush Electrical Machines (works number 931) at the Falcon Works in Loughborough in 1990 for British Railways, and was named Ben Nevis without ceremony at the Falcon Works in July 1990. It passed to Transrail Freight Limited in summer 1994 as part of the privatisation of British Railways. Transrail Freight Limited was purchased by North and South Railways Limited on 24th February 1996 and was renamed English Welsh & Scottish Railway Limited on 14th October 1996. 60029’s nameplates were removed in September 1997, and it was named Clitheroe Castle at Clitheroe cement works on 4th July 1998. English Welsh & Scottish Railway Limited was purchased by Deutsche Bahn AG on 28th June 2007, and was renamed DB Schenker Rail (UK) Limited on 18th December 2008. 60029 was stored in December 2008, and the nameplates were removed in September 2014

 

66141 was built by General Motors (works number 968702-141) at London in Canada in June 1999 for Angel Train Contracts Limited, and was delivered to Newport docks on 18th August 1999. Angel Train Contracts Limited was renamed Angel Trains Limited on 16th May 2000, and 66141 was on lease to English Welsh & Scottish Railway Limited

 

Although owned by the West Yorkshire Passenger Transport Executive the class 155 units were used on Northern Rail Limited services, being managed by the Porterbrook Leasing Company Limited until May 2011 when the units were sold the Porterbrook Leasing Company Limited

 

Ref no Olympus E500 - P4162058

Date Taken: June 26, 2017

 

Basic Details:

Operator: DNS Shuttle Service, Inc.

Fleet Number: 516

Classification: Shuttle Bus

Seating Configuration: 2x2 Seats

Seating Capacity: 45 Passengers

 

Body:

Coachbuilder: Hyundai Motor Co.

Body Model: Hyundai Aero City

 

Chassis:

Chassis Model: Hyundai Aero City

Layout: Rear-Longitudinally-Mounted Engine Rear-Wheel Drive

Suspension: Leaf Springs Suspension

 

Engine:

Engine Model: Hyundai D6AV

Cylinder Displacement: 11.1 Liters

Cylinder Configuration: Straight-6

Engine Aspiration: Naturally-Aspirated

Max. Power Output: 235 hp @ 2,200 rpm

Peak Torque Output: 764 N.m @ 1,400 rpm

 

Transmission:

Type: Manual Transmission

Gears: 5-Speed Forward, 1-Speed Reverse

 

* Some parts of the specifications may be subjected for verification and may be changed without prior notice...

 

Our Official Facebook Fan Page: Philippine Bus Enthusiasts Society (PhilBES)

 

shot location: Dimasalang Road, Sampaloc Manila

  

Huwag niyo po muna invite sa groups. .Thanks

 

Cars E50574 E59244 E59231 E50576 are seen with the 1120 from Newcastle on the final day of British Rail services on this route prior to conversion to Tyneside Metro system.

These cars were transferred from South Gosforth (GF) depot to Darlington (DN) depot on this date, immediately upon cessation of services on this Tyneside circuit.

9 March 2010: Read on further below to see how to add any

color background you would like to a blackmagic view... a new

feature. .

 

B l a c k M a g i c, a new Flickr tool is available.

 

Blackmagic is very easy to use. Paste:

 

better view

  

into your photo description underneath any of the photos in your

photostream.

  

Adding it in a photo comment on your or other's photos is also just

fine.

 

You can replace the " better view " with any text you would like shown

for the link.

 

Those of you that use more advanced uploading tools can add this to

the text template of each of your photos.

  

What you get:

 

From any of your photo pages, an "On Black" style photo view -

view your pictures in medium or large size on black, grey, or white

backgrounds.

 

From your Flickr home page, you get a Flickr Hive

Mind view of your photo stream. From there, clicking on any photo

gets you the BlackMagic view.

 

Strengths of BlackMagic

 

BlackMagic uses something called "referer" information to figure out

the picture you were looking at, so you don't have to craft a new

link for each picture.

 

If you want to create custom links you can do so - there's a

custom link as well as example link text available on every BlackMagic

page (follow the "more" link).

  

Blackmagic is often faster than other tools that do this type

of display, as it makes only a single, simple call to the Flickr API

to do its work.

 

Weaknesses of BlackMagic

 

If you click on a BlackMagic link on a person's home page, BlackMagic

can't figure out which of the the photos you were

looking at. However there's a solution: BlackMagic sends you to a

custom view of all pictures on the user's home page (via Flickr Hive

Mind ), and then clicking on any of those pictures gives you a

BlackMagic view (as mentioned above).

  

Super-paranoid web browser settings shut off "referer" information -

BlackMagic can't figure out which picture you are looking at. You

can still use custom links, which will work on all browsers (as

opposed to 99% of them).

 

BlackMagic links generally do not work from emails or RSS

feeds. Again, if you are concerned about this working then

creating a custom link works in all cases.

  

Updates:

 

New March 2010 feature you can now specify the background color

you want for any or all of your photos. Follow the example link

formats below:

  

flickrhivemind.net/blackmagic.cgi?bg=blue

 

flickrhivemind.net/blackmagic.cgi?bg=white

  

flickrhivemind.net/blackmagic.cgi?bg=333333

 

(this is web color #333333, a dark gray)

 

flickrhivemind.net/blackmagic.cgi?bg=ff0000

  

(this is web color #ff0000, bright red!)

 

a pasteable example:

  

view on dark grey

  

To see how these colors are specified, see:

  

en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Web_colors

 

the 'Hex Triplet' colors (without the leading #)

 

and the 'HTML color names'

 

should all work...

 

Michael Brush has sent me another invaluable link for colors. Thanks, Michael!

 

www.w3schools.com/html/html_colornames.asp

 

www.w3schools.com/tags/ref_colorpicker.asp

  

 

23 May: A bug that led to your default small/big black/grey settings

not being used has been fixed. Let me know if I've broken anything!

 

23 May: the display has been made even more minimal! Click on "More"

to see other options and links from Blackmagic pages.

 

22 May: Fiveprime.org was switched to new DNS Servers for what I hope

to be added stability during the day. It seemed the old DNS servers

were flaking out sporadically and were not sufficiently redundant.

  

6 May 2009: New server for added speed and (eventually) stability.

Added html to paste into your flickr page at the bottom of every Black

Magic page. (only necessary if you want a specific, customized

view)

  

16 March:

Item Number: 08335-D1-sh11.

Document Title: California DPW Division of Highways T.13N., R.1E., H.B. & M. Sta. 230+00 to Sta. 253+72.

Project: 08335; Master Plan for Redwoods - Save the Redwood League; California State Parks; California; 14 Miscellaneous Projects; 427 PLANS (1944-1955).

Artist/Creator: Calif DPW. Division of Highways.

Location: Olmsted National Historic Site, Brookline, MA.

Category: PLAN.

Purpose: none.

Physical Characteristics: [Dimensions]20 x 30; [Technique]cyano neg; [Support]paper.

Dates: 22-DEC-1923.

Notes: F.B. Ward, Richardson Creek, Heavy Timber & Heavy Brush, Plan & Profile. DN-1-A-sh4..

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Please Credit: Courtesy of the United States Department of the Interior, National Park Service, Frederick Law Olmsted National Historic Site..

 

Item Number: 08335-D1-sh8.

Document Title: California DPW Division of Highways T.13N., R.1E., H.B. & M. Sec. 20 Sta. 159+10 to Sta. 170+00.

Project: 08335; Master Plan for Redwoods - Save the Redwood League; California State Parks; California; 14 Miscellaneous Projects; 427 PLANS (1944-1955).

Artist/Creator: Calif DPW. Division of Highways.

Location: Olmsted National Historic Site, Brookline, MA.

Category: PLAN.

Purpose: none.

Physical Characteristics: [Dimensions]20 x 30; [Technique]cyano neg; [Support]paper.

Dates: 10-OCT-1927.

Notes: Edward H. Chapman & James B. Hamilton. Plan & Profile. Small Spruce, Brush & Alder. DN-1-A-sh9..

.

Please Credit: Courtesy of the United States Department of the Interior, National Park Service, Frederick Law Olmsted National Historic Site..

 

Item Number: 08335-D1-sh3.

Document Title: California DPW Division of Highways T.13N., R.1E., H.B. & M. Sec. 33 Sta. 29+1 to Sta. 40+90.

Project: 08335; Master Plan for Redwoods - Save the Redwood League; California State Parks; California; 14 Miscellaneous Projects; 427 PLANS (1944-1955).

Artist/Creator: Calif DPW. Division of Highways.

Location: Olmsted National Historic Site, Brookline, MA.

Category: PLAN.

Purpose: none.

Physical Characteristics: [Dimensions]20 x30; [Technique]cyano neg; [Support]paper.

Dates: 10-OCT-1927.

Notes: Edward H. Hamilton & James B. Hamilton, Plan & Profile. Brush and Scattered Alders. DN-1-A-sh4..

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Please Credit: Courtesy of the United States Department of the Interior, National Park Service, Frederick Law Olmsted National Historic Site..

 

Power car W43168 of unit formation 253043 leads the 0810 Newcastle-Penzance Inter-City Cross-Country service into the station.

Behind can be seen the erstwhile DMU depot (code DN), then home to an allocation of Class 101s for Teesside services, but closed a couple of years later. The roof of a Class 31 can be glimpsed at the back left.

Item Number: 08335-D1-sh4.

Document Title: California DPW Division of Highways T.13N., R.1E., H.B. & M. Sec. 33, 28 Sta. 50+00 to Sta. 70+40.

Project: 08335; Master Plan for Redwoods - Save the Redwood League; California State Parks; California; 14 Miscellaneous Projects; 427 PLANS (1944-1955).

Artist/Creator: Calif DPW. Division of Highways.

Location: Olmsted National Historic Site, Brookline, MA.

Category: PLAN.

Purpose: none.

Physical Characteristics: [Dimensions]20 x 30; [Technique]cyano neg; [Support]paper.

Dates: 10-OCT-1927.

Notes: Edward H. Chapman & James B. Hamilton. Plan & Profile. Dense Brush, Salmon Berry, Alder & Elder. DN-1-A-sh5..

.

Please Credit: Courtesy of the United States Department of the Interior, National Park Service, Frederick Law Olmsted National Historic Site..

 

English Welsh & Scottish Railway Limited General Motors ‘JT42CWR’ Type 5 Co-Co class 66/0 diesel-electric locomotive numbers 66132 and 66129 of Toton Traction Maintenance Depot pass by Castleton East Junction signal box 21 signal (C.M.D. Sidings To Dn. Goods Loop) running into the Corus Northern Service Centre while running around the Saturdays excepted 05:30 Arpley Sidings to Bury East Lancashire Railway ballast train (6P24). Monday 19th March 2007

 

Note, 66129 was built by General Motors (works number 968702-129) at London in Canada in May 1999 for Angel Train Contracts Limited, and was delivered to Newport Docks on 18th July 1999. Angel Train Contracts Limited was renamed Angel Trains Limited on 16th May 2000, and 66129 was on lease to English Welsh & Scottish Railway Limited

 

66132 was built by General Motors (works number 968702-132) at London in Canada in May 1999 for Angel Train Contracts Limited, and was delivered to Newport Docks on 18th July 1999. Angel Train Contracts Limited was renamed Angel Trains Limited on 16th May 2000, and 66132 was on lease to English Welsh & Scottish Railway Limited

 

Ref no Olympus E500 - P3191717

DUNG DN | WEDDING SERVICE

Liên hệ chụp hình: 01695.532.032

Webtsite: Do Ngoc Dung | Freelance Photographer

'on little beach'

Yn dilyn cyfnod prysur, dyma lun newydd o leoliad newydd i mi. Beth sy’n od yw fod y traeth yma yw’r agosaf i’n tŷ ni, ond nid wyf wedi ymweld â’r camera tan y diwrnod yma. Mewn cyfnod eithaf byr o arfordir, mae yma amrywiaeth dda o destunau – traeth gro, tywod a chlogwyni o galchfaen hynafol. Yma, daeth y llong tanfor ‘Thetis’ i’r lan yn 1939 ar ôl iddi suddo tra’n cael ei threialu yn 1939. Gyda’r enw newydd ‘HMS Thunderbolt’ ,aeth ymlaen i weld gwasanaeth yn yr Ail-Ryfel Byd, nes iddi suddo eto yn 1943. Hanes anffodus a thrist.

 

After a hectic few weeks, time for a new picture from what is a new location for me. The odd thing is that although this is the nearest beach to our house, it’s the first time that I have visited with my camera. Traeth Bychan has a rich variety of beach-related subjects in a short stretch of coastline. Sea-cliffs with ancient limestone wave-cut platforms, pebbly and sandy beaches are all there to be discovered. Traeth Bychan is another Anglesey beach with a shipwreck association – it was here that the submarine ‘HMS Thetis, which sank in 1939 off Birkenhead, was brought ashore. Under her first identity, HMS Thetis, she commenced sea trials on 4 March 1939 but sank during these trials on 1 June 1939 with the loss of 99 lives. She was salvaged, repaired and recommissioned as HMS Thunderbolt, serving in the Atlantic and Mediterranean until she was lost with all hands on 14 March 1943. This makes Thetis one of the few military vessels that have been lost twice with her crew in their service history.

Item Number: 08335-D1-sh10.

Document Title: California DPW Division of Highways T. 13N., R.1E., H.B. & M. Sec. 17, 16 Sta. 202+46-08 to Sta. 228+50.

Project: 08335; Master Plan for Redwoods - Save the Redwood League; California State Parks; California; 14 Miscellaneous Projects; 427 PLANS (1944-1955).

Artist/Creator: Calif DPW. Division of Highways.

Location: Olmsted National Historic Site, Brookline, MA.

Category: PLAN.

Purpose: none.

Physical Characteristics: [Dimensions]20 x 30; [Technique]cyano neg; [Support]paper.

Dates: 22-DEC-1923.

Notes: E.H. Chapman & James B. Hamilton, F.B. Ward. Heavy Brush & Heavy Timber. Plan & Profile. DN-1-A-sh3..

.

Please Credit: Courtesy of the United States Department of the Interior, National Park Service, Frederick Law Olmsted National Historic Site..

 

Late in the afternoon on a dull overcast Monday 8169 leads 48202 and 48208 with another empty wheat service returning to the Northwest. Seen on the 'coal road' at Sandgate.

 

Cars E50574 E59244 E59231 E50576 are seen awaiting departure with the 1042 to Newcastle on the final day of British Rail services on this route prior to conversion to Tyneside Metro system. The platform to the left appears to have been newly reconstructed.

These cars were transferred from South Gosforth (GF) depot to Darlington (DN) depot on this date, immediately upon cessation of services on this Tyneside circuit.

Construction of the restored church was nearly complete. I was informed that it had already been offering Sunday services.

UK: Yorkshire, Doncaster, Inter City 125 HST on a northbound service in the late 70's.

 

Concerning the date of the photo: see comments, below.

 

:copyright: S. Owens

All Rights Reserved

The Scottish Highland village of Lairg was the focal point for a number of weekday services that brought in both mail and passengers on a once a day basis. In this view we see a number of different vehicles; from left to right they are as follows. Sutherland Transport Bedford VAS1/Duple (Midland) HGA 981D waits to depart with the 1345hrs departure to Lochinver; Post Bus BST 388W a Dodge 2090P/Dormobile conversion is about to set off with the 1345hrs departure to Tongue and Talmine, a journey of over two hours; the unidentified Post Bus Talbot Avenger 1600, which could be XST 922V, is working short journeys to Lairg Station whilst the Rapson’s of Brora Mercedes Benz Minibus, possibly EAS 946X, is about to depart with the 1345hrs departure to Golspie. Out of sight to the left is Sutherland Transport Duple (Midland) bodied Bedford VAS5 DNS 355L which will depart with the 1345hrs departure to Durness.

 

Uploaded for interest value, these scans of slides are not the best quality.

 

Fabulous pre-production Aerospatiale/British Aircraft Corporation Concorde G-AXDN blasts away from Farnborough's runway while making a spirited demo during the 1974 SBAC show.

 

With the characteristic 'droop snoot' down, she was the third airframe built and the second British made Concorde, construction number 101 was the first of four pre-production airframes, F-WTSA (102), F-WTSB (201) and G-BBDG (202) - the latter now at Brooklands that proved the concept prior to introduction into service.

 

With Paris Salon number 196 still showing, her photographic calibration marks clearly visible and the specially marked black segmented 'ogee' wing leading edge, 'DN' spent her whole life on test before being withdrawn for preservation at Duxford - arriving there in August of 1977.

 

The prototypes and pre-production aircraft lack the finesse of the latter 'production' machines especially apparent in this shot being the absence of the extended fuselage empennage aft of the fin that the later magnificent super-sonic airliners had.

 

The rest as they say - is History!

 

Scanned 35mm Transparency

 

093 012

An unusual Koch-bodied Mercedes 0616CDi that was a regular on the tendered 319 service connecting rural communities in mid-Cheshire whilst with this operator..

 

Photographed at the terminus on Sandbach Common on a very damp Saturday morning.

 

15 - 021

 

03/2006 - new to Turner & Gilson; Chumleigh (DN).

10/2013 - passed to Brownrigg; Egremont (CA).

01/2015 - passed to Tomlinson; Winsford (CH).

03/2017 - passed to Bournemouth (DT), 900.

 

Item Number: 08335-D2-2-sh10.

Document Title: California DPW, Division of Highways T.15N., R. 1W., H. B. & M. Sec. 18, 13, 12 Sta. 394+50 to Sta. 420+00.

Project: 08335; Master Plan for Redwoods - Save the Redwood League; California State Parks; California; 14 Miscellaneous Projects; 427 PLANS (1944-1955).

Artist/Creator: Calif DPW. Division of Highways.

Location: Olmsted National Historic Site, Brookline, MA.

Category: PLAN.

Purpose: none.

Physical Characteristics: [Dimensions]20.5 x 30.5; [Technique]cyano neg; [Support]paper.

Dates: 10-Jul-33.

Notes: Humboldt Merridan, R1W & R1E. Hobbs Wall Lumber Company, DN.1-B-sh12..

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Please Credit: Courtesy of the United States Department of the Interior, National Park Service, Frederick Law Olmsted National Historic Site..

 

26/03/1999 X38 Dn Austrac service @ Enfield Yards

Item Number: 08335-D1-2-sh5.

Document Title: California DPW, Division of Highways T.13N., R.1E., H.B. & M. Sec. 3, 4, Sta. 409+71.71 to Sta. 433+00.

Project: 08335; Master Plan for Redwoods - Save the Redwood League; California State Parks; California; 14 Miscellaneous Projects; 427 PLANS (1944-1955).

Artist/Creator: Calif DPW. Division of Highways.

Location: Olmsted National Historic Site, Brookline, MA.

Category: PLAN.

Purpose: none.

Physical Characteristics: [Dimensions]20.5 x 30.5; [Technique]cyano neg; [Support]paper.

Dates: 1-Aug-24.

Notes: John R. Mc Millian, Lots, 5,8, W.C. Ward, Plan & Profile, Plaza De Hermosa, Dance Hall. DN-1-A-sh2..

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Please Credit: Courtesy of the United States Department of the Interior, National Park Service, Frederick Law Olmsted National Historic Site..

 

Identifier: stnicholasserial4311dodg

Title: St. Nicholas [serial]

Year: 1873 (1870s)

Authors: Dodge, Mary Mapes, 1830-1905

Subjects: Children's literature

Publisher: [New York : Scribner & Co.]

Contributing Library: Information and Library Science Library, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill

Digitizing Sponsor: University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill

  

View Book Page: Book Viewer

About This Book: Catalog Entry

View All Images: All Images From Book

 

Click here to view book online to see this illustration in context in a browseable online version of this book.

  

Text Appearing Before Image:

of Newfound-land. How he found himself is a stir-ring tale. This is the only American story by thegreat English writer. Better than anyother book it pictures the adventurous lifeof the Gloucester fishermen. Many illus-trations by Taber. In green cloth, Si.^o,postage 8 cents. In flexible red leather(pocket edition), $1.^0 net. THE SECOND JUNGLE BOOK Goes on with the marvelous tale thatnobody ever begins to read without read-ing from beginning to end, and again andagain. No other books are so rich in themagic and mystery and charm of thegreat open and its wild life. Both JungleBooks may be had in the original greencloth edition, with interesting illustrations.Price $i.§o each, postage 10 cents. An-other edition of both (just right to slipinto ones pocket) is printed on thinpaper and bound in flexible red-leather.Price $1.50 net. THE CENTURY CO. 353 Fourth Avenue at 26th Street New York City ST. NICHOLAS ADVERTISEMENTS 9 Two Tremendous, New Fiction Successes By the Author of T. Tembarom

 

Text Appearing After Image:

The Lost Prince By FRANCES HODGSON BURNETT A fantastic, thrilling story for all kins-men of Peter Pan.—Los Angeles Times. A charming tale by one of the mostgifted of writers.—Pliiladelphia I/iqiihrr. A story for young people of all ages,from ten to a hundred. A story freshand gracious as Springtime, full of highand clean and simple ideals, . . . the veryessence of youth and romance. ... Atale of faerie, touched with mysticism,instinct with romance and courage, andthe spirit of consecration to an ideal ofsplendid service. . . . The gallant Prince,... a bright and shining figure, quin-tessence of all that is true and noble, highin aim, and of good repute. —JVeic York Times. Illustrations by Maurice L. BowerPrice $1.35 net By the Author of Daddy - Long • Legs SEVEN BATHSy^ WffIC Uupceceden-Rd Cruetti|eT> the p*dn

  

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West Yorkshire Passenger Transport Executive Leyland Bus Limited class 155 ‘Super Sprinter’ two car diesel-hydraulic multiple unit number 155342 of Neville Hill Traction & Rolling Stock Maintenance Depot approaches Castleton East Junction signal box 36 signal (Down Main Home 3) forming the Saturdays excepted 16:48 Manchester Victoria to Selby (2E45) while standing at Castleton East Junction signal box 30 signal (Dn. Goods Loop Home 3) is Beaver Sports (Yorkshire) Limited’s former British Railways English Electric Company Limited Type 5 Co-Co class 55 ‘Deltic’ class diesel-electric locomotive number 55022 ROYAL SCOTS GREY with West Coast Railway Company Limited traction inspector Bill Andrews in charge and privately owned former British Railways Birmingham Railway Carriage & Wagon Company Limited Type 3 Bo-Bo class 33/1 diesel-electric locomotive number D6525 Captain Bill Smith RNR of Bury Motive Power Depot running the additional 16:48 Hopwood Ground Frame to Keighley & Worth Valley Light Railway light engine (0Z27). Wednesday 3rd June 2009

 

Note, D6525 was built by the Birmingham Railway Carriage & Wagon Company Limited (works number DEL 117) at Smethwick in October 1960 for British Railways as number D6525, being renumbered 33109 in February 1974. It was named Captain Bill Smith RNR at Kensington Olympia railway station on 3rd July 1993, and passed to Mainline Freight Limited in summer 1994 as part of the privatisation of British Railways. Mainline Freight Limited was purchased by North and South Railways Limited on 24th February 1996 and became part of English Welsh & Scottish Railway Limited in October 1996, 33109’s nameplates being removed in the same month. It was withdrawn from Stewarts Lane Traction Maintenance Depot on 13th February 1997, and was purchased for preservation by the 71A Locomotive Group in March 1997. It was moved to the Mid Hants Railway circa September 1997 where it was restored as D6525, Captain Bill Smith RNR nameplates being fitted and rededicated at Alresford railway station on the Mid Hants Railway on 1st August 1999. Ownership possibly passed at some time to Heritage Traction Leasing Limited (incorporated on 27th May 1998). It was moved to the London And North Western Railway Company Limited at Crewe in 2003 for bogie overhaul but while there it was possibly purchased by FM Rail Limited, ownership passing to the London And North Western Railway Company Limited in December 2006 after the liquidation of FM Rail Limited. It was purchased by members of the Bury Diesel Group in February 2007, and was moved by road to the East Lancashire Railway on 10th October 2007. It was allocated the TOPS number 33109

 

55022 was built by the Vulcan Foundry Limited (works number D557) at Newton-le-Willows for the English Electric Company Limited (works number 2905) in early 1961 as British Railways number D9000. It was named ROYAL SCOTS GREY at Edinburgh Waverley railway station on 18th June 1962, was renumbered 55022 on 10th April 1974. It was withdrawn from York Traction Maintenance Depot on 2nd January 1982 and stored at Doncaster locomotive works. It was purchased for preservation on 7th September 1983 by the Deltic 9000 Fund which became Deltic 9000 Locomotives Limited in 1996 (incorporated on 8th August 1996), and after the company’s demise was purchased in July 2004 by Beaver Sports (Yorkshire) Limited. It was allocated the TOPS number 89500

 

Although owned by the West Yorkshire Passenger Transport Executive the class 155 units were used on Northern Rail Limited services, being managed by the Porterbrook Leasing Company Limited until May 2011 when the units were sold the Porterbrook Leasing Company Limited

 

Ref no Olympus E500 - P6036898

Coaches, IJ Coaches has a mixture of modern and old coaches, the pride of out fleet is this Plaxton Paragon which was painted by local operator Red Rover Buses, its now showing our new UK Holiday logos which is a new service IJ Travel and DN Travel run. The other coach is out new Vanhool T9 which was painted and brought from LR Travel, it will get holiday and new fleet logs very soon!

Item Number: 08335-D2-2-sh11.

Document Title: California DPW, Division of Highways T.15N., R.1W., H.B. & M. Sec. 12 Sta. 420+00 to Sta. 447+00.

Project: 08335; Master Plan for Redwoods - Save the Redwood League; California State Parks; California; 14 Miscellaneous Projects; 427 PLANS (1944-1955).

Artist/Creator: Calif DPW. Division of Highways.

Location: Olmsted National Historic Site, Brookline, MA.

Category: PLAN.

Purpose: none.

Physical Characteristics: [Dimensions]20.5 x 30.5; [Technique]cyano neg; [Support]paper.

Dates: 10-Jul-33.

Notes: Hobbs Wall Lumber Company, Redwoods, Plan & Profile, DN-1-B-sh13..

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Please Credit: Courtesy of the United States Department of the Interior, National Park Service, Frederick Law Olmsted National Historic Site..

 

Another diverted Freightliner Heavyhaul service, this time 66598 passing through the barren station at Brigg with 4E12 0820 Donny Down Decoy to Immingham. 23rd April 2013.

Item Number: 08335-D1-sh7.

Document Title: California DPW Division of Highways T.13N., R.1E., H.B. & M. Sec. 21, 20 Sta. 129+50 to Sta. 150+30.

Project: 08335; Master Plan for Redwoods - Save the Redwood League; California State Parks; California; 14 Miscellaneous Projects; 427 PLANS (1944-1955).

Artist/Creator: Calif DPW. Division of Highways.

Location: Olmsted National Historic Site, Brookline, MA.

Category: PLAN.

Purpose: none.

Physical Characteristics: [Dimensions]20 x 30; [Technique]cyano neg; [Support]paper.

Dates: 10-OCT-1927.

Notes: Edward H. Chapman & James B. Hamilton. Plan & Profile, Brush, Alders and Spruce. DN-1-A-sh8..

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Please Credit: Courtesy of the United States Department of the Interior, National Park Service, Frederick Law Olmsted National Historic Site..

 

Wobbly departure video: www.youtube.com/watch?v=Zsn5oORVQJ0

 

Ready to haul its share of the Branch Line Society's 'The Cat and Dock'. 124D, the 0720 Stafford to Ormskirk

 

Schedule Information

STP schedule UID U55316

Runs on 15/06/2017 only

Service code 22192108

Operational Information

Schedule from ITPS

Timed for 75mph max

Diesel locomotive, trailing load 715 tonnes

Realtime Status

TRUST ID 43124D1A15

Running as 124D

Activated 15/06/2017 06:20

WTTRealtimeRouteAllowances

LocationPlArrDepArrDepDlyLinePathEngPthPrf

Stafford [STA]6072007255LDF

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Yarnfield Jnpass0730pass07355L

Stone [SNE]pass0732pass0739½7LN

Barlaston [BRT]pass0734½No report

Wedgwood [WED]pass0735½No report

Sideway Loop (Stoke)pass0738½No report

Stoke Jnpass0739pass0746¾7LDF

Stoke-on-Trent [SOT]2pass0740½pass07498LG

Stoke On Trent Northpass0744No reportGL

Newcastle Jn (Staffs)pass0744½No report

Cliffe Valepass0745No report

Grange Jn.07470753No report

Longport [LPT]pass0755½pass0800¼4L

Longport Jnpass0756½No report

Bradwell Junctionpass0757No report

Kidsgrove [KDG]4pass0801pass08054L4

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Crewe South Jnpass0842½No report

Crewe [CRE]120844085208420852RTDW

Crewe South Jnpass0854No report

Crewe Gresty Lanepass0856pass091216LDW

Crewe Gresty Lane Recp.08580908No report

Crewe Gresty Lane09100920No report

Crewe P.A.D.09230937No report

Crewe Gresty Lanepass0939No report

Crewe Salop Goods Jnpass0940½pass0941RTDM

Crewe Sydney Bridgepass0947pass0948¼1LS

Sandbach [SDB]3pass0955pass0955¾RT

Middlewichpass1008pass1008RT

Northwich South Jnpass1023No report

Northwich West Jn10251027No report

Hartford East Jnpass1030½No report

Greenbank [GBK]pass1032pass1032RT

Hartford C.L. Jnpass1034No report

Hartford Jnpass1037No reportSL

Acton Bridge [ACB]pass1038pass1042¼4LFL1

Weaver Jn [XYJ]pass1040½pass10443LM

Acton Grange Jnpass1044pass1048½4LM

Warrington Bank Quay [WBQ]4pass1047pass1053¼6LF

Dallam Junctionpass1049pass10545LDF

Winwick Jnpass1052pass1058¼6L

Earlestown South Jnpass1056½No report

Earlestown [ERL]4pass1057pass1102¾5LE

Newton-le-Willows [NLW]pass1102pass1105½3LL

Parkside Jnpass1103No report

Lowton Jnpass1103½No report

Golborne Jnpass1104pass11095LF

Bamfurlong Jnpass1107½No report

Springs Branch Jnpass1109pass1117¼8LM

Wigan South Jnpass1110½No report

Wigan Station Jnpass1112No report

Wigan North Western [WGN]5pass1113pass1118¾5L

Wigan Boars Head G.F.pass1115No report

Balshaw Lanepass1120pass1124¾4LS2

Euxton Balshaw Lane [EBA]pass1122pass1126¼4L

Euxton Jn [XOU]pass1125pass11272LS2

Leyland [LEY]1pass1127½pass1128¼RTS

Farington Jnpass1130pass1129¼RT

Farington Curve Jnpass1132pass1132½RTS

Skew Bridgepass1133No reportGL

Ribble Jnpass1135No report

Preston South Junctionpass1135½No report

Preston [PRE]RES1137114311411152¾9LYP

Preston South Junctionpass1144½No report

Ribble Jnpass1145½No report

Skew Bridgepass1147½No report

Farington Curve Jnpass1149pass11578L

Croston [CSO]pass1158½No report

Rufford [RUF]pass1203No report

Burscough Junction [BCJ]pass1209No report

Ormskirk [OMS]121512238L

 

Domain controllers provide network users and computers with the Active Directory directory service, which stores and replicates directory data and manages user interactions with the domain, including user logon processes, authentication, and directory searches. Every domain must contain at least one domain controller. You install a domain controller by installing Active Directory on any member or stand-alone server.

When you install the first domain controller in your organization, you are creating the first domain (also called the root domain) and the first forest. You can add additional domain controllers to an existing domain to provide fault tolerance, improve service availability, and balance the load of existing domain controllers.

You can also install a domain controller to create a new child domain or new domain tree. Create a new child domain when you want a new domain that shares a contiguous namespace with one or more domains. This means that the name of the new domain contains the full name of the parent domain. For example, sales.microsoft.com would be a child domain of microsoft.com. Create a new domain tree only when you need a domain whose Domain Name System (DNS) namespace is not related to the other domains in the forest. This means that the name of the new domain tree’s root domain (and all of its children) does not contain the full name of the parent domain. A forest can contain one or more domain trees.

 

Special Thanks to Barako Bama

 

DNS Shuttle Service (Clark)

 

Location: Clark International Airport, Mabalacat , Pampanga

Leeds Dock (formerly New Dock and also known as Clarence Dock between 2001 and 2012) is a mixed development with retail, office and leisure presence in central Leeds, West Yorkshire, England. It has large residential population in waterside apartments.

 

New Dock was built in 1843 and was in service until 1990. The Royal Armouries Museum opened in 1996. New Dock was redeveloped as Clarence Dock, a £250 million mixed-use development between 2001 and 2007. The retail and leisure sector was launched on Saturday 11 October 2008 with fashion shows from celebrity fashion consultant and TV presenter Gok Wan. Leeds Dock now attracts around 1.5 million visitors a year [1] although most of these are due to the proximity of the Royal Armouries Museum. Clarence Dock experienced a turbulent time since launch and is largely viewed as a failure in terms of achieving its initial vision.[2]

 

It is located by the River Aire next to the Royal Armouries Museum, which faces onto Armouries Square. Leeds Dock's main shopping street, 'The Boulevard' radiates southbound from Armouries Square. Another focal point is 'The Anchorage' at the top of the dock. Clarence House is a 218-foot (66 m) tower containing 227 apartments and six retail units. On completion in April 2007, it became the eighth tallest building in Leeds but is now the twelfth tallest building.

 

Leeds Dock plays host to an annual Waterfront Festival each June with Dragon Boat Racing centred on Armouries Square.

 

The site reverted from the name Clarence Dock to the name New Dock in mid-2012 by Leeds City Council after the development failed in its rebranding aims when it was built from a brownfield site.[3] In 2013, the site was bought by Allied London, and rebranded Leeds Dock.

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