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This is a sculpture outside the Department of Engineering, University of Cambridge.
“If you are not living on the edge, you are taking up too much room.” - Jayne Howard
One of a little villages in in the Aveyron department in southern France.
If you have time, please take a look on the large size ...Have a beautiful day my lovely friends!
This imposing structure is the Department of Education building in Bilbao, Spain.
During its lifetime, the Meier & Frank Building was the flagship store and headquarters building for the Meier & Frank department store chain, and later by Macy's, but both have since exited the building.
I've seen things like this happen on television and in movies, but nothing, and I mean nothing can describe the feeling of being right there in the moment, feeling the intense heat and witnessing the struggle that firefighters go through while trying to contain a fire of this magnitude.
*No one was hurt. =)
This is one panel of over a block long series of an abandoned mural depicting the history of the El Paso Fire Department.
architect_ Maćków Pracownia Projektowa
location_ Wrocław, Poland
When to Lockhart, Texas, about an hours drive from me, just to take pictures. And, I spotted this fire house. I couldn't find much history on it but I did find a lot of information on the history of Lockhart. Here you go:
Caldwell County soil was found to be hospitable to cotton. After years of experimentation, Lockhart's A.D. Mebane developed a particularly hardy strain of cotton that continues to set a worldwide standard.
Oil and Texas are synonymous and Lockhart had its days as a boom town with the discovery and development of oil fields in the 1920's. Shallow field exploration continues in Caldwell County, with a major field surrounding Luling.
The coming of railroads and automobiles changed the face of Lockhart, as for all of America. The Sunset rail route reached Luling in 1874, and the Missouri, Kansas, Texas arrived in Lockhart in 1885. The first automobile in Lockhart was hand built by Lockhart blacksmith Emil Seeliger. The total cost of the contraption, including the $60 worth of tubeless tires, was $125. He took the car for its first drive in 1904, attaining the speed of 15 miles per hour.
The idea of founding a private company to build a railroad in São Paulo arose in 1864, when the São Paulo Railway (Brazil), which linked Santos to Jundiaí, declared itself unable to extend its rails to Campinas. On December 16, 1867, the Companhia Paulista de Estradas de Ferro was founded to attend to the progress of coffee plantations.
The construction of the Fepasa Complex in Jundiaí was begun in 1870 and in 1872 the inaugural train was circulating. The first electric train in South America circulated in its lines in July 1922. With a total area of 111,000m² and 45,000m² of constructed area, the Fepasa Complex housed its administrative offices, maintenance workshops and garage of the trains that circulated through the São Paulo rail network. It was the pride of the Companhia Paulista de Estradas de Ferro and, currently, with many trains and own construction in almost total abandonment.
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I was going to add a description before posting this, but just realized I forgot to mark this as private...
But, I guess I don't have much to add anyway. I happened to be driving around southwest Detroit and noticed the smoke about a mile away from this house fire. I managed to get quite a few shots from the alley behind the house where a small crowd had gathered. Unfortunately, this happens way too often in Detroit.
Purchased in 1882 and used by the volunteer fire department and fulltime fire department until 1912 when automatic sirens were introduced.
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Unfortunately I didn't have my Fire Department Ambulance to photograph alongside my other vehicles; here is an earlier photo I took for BrickFair NJ
Department of Engineering, University of Cambridge. Not happy with this one, but will have to do for now as I wanted a general shot of the department building and I did find the staircase interesting!
Big # 67 - Swarovski - Love at First Light Mar. 08
Saw the shot when walking to a meeting. No more to it than that.
Toontown has to be my favorite place to take photos. Especially with a fisheye lens.
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