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A very tardy 403 local from Galesburg to Barstow ducks under the wooden overpass between Orion and Warner, IL. The crew was on-duty at 0430 but by the time they tried to head west on the Peavine, M-of-W had been granted a large work-window. With only a few hours left to work, the local got underway, but slowed again thanks to a 5 mile 10-mph slow order. Herbie the C&I Dispatcher joked with the crew, wondering how many more cars could fit at Barstow before it started to look like the overflowing mess that Galesburg apparently is.
Trash dumpers forced the installation of a chain-link fence years ago.
July 26, 2017.
part of one of the last remaining standing rows of wooden grain elevators left in Canada
Info Link: en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Warner_elevator_row
Warners Bay - Lake Macquarie - NSW - Australia
Canon EOS 5D MKII - Canon EF L Lens 17 - 40mm
That's my little Nephew sitting at the end of the Jetty. It was pretty cold and very windy, and i don't think he moved an inch for the full exposure. Champion effort Benny Boy.
Time Warner Center, the world headquarters of the Time Warner corporation, is located on the west side of Columbus Circle on the site of the old New York Coliseum. The complex also hosts the Shops at Columbus Circle, Jazz at Lincoln Center, and the New York City studio headquarters of CNN. It's a great place to visit during the Holiday season, especially to see the Holiday Under the Stars light show in the main lobby.
EXPLORED on December 16, 2012 #20
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This is the source of the hot springs at Warner Springs Ranch in eastern San Diego County.
The mineral pool is 140 degrees and would scald the skin, but the water is run through an heat exchanger and cooled to a constant 103* for a large soaking pool at a slightly lower elev.
The excess hot water is then used to heat the large cool pool to a annual constant of 82*.
Spent a couple nights here last week. 2015 is off to a great start.
The Warner Theatre is an Art Deco and French Renaissance-styled theater located in downtown Erie, Pennsylvania in the United States. It was listed on the National Register of Historic Places in 1982 (#82003787). The Warner was designed by Chicago-architects Rapp and Rapp and was opened in 1931. It was used as a movie theater until 1976, when it was sold to the City of Erie. In the early 1980s, Erie converted the theater to a performing arts center, which has become the focus of a downtown revival.
This is Warner Castle located north of Orion IL in what was once the town of Warner. It was built by Wilder W. Warner, a wealthy farmer, politician, and businessman. He had a passion for castles and toured Europe, returned home and built a scaled down version for his home in the 1850's.