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Located on the beautiful Blackburn Fork State Scenic River, this idyllic 211-acre site in Jackson County is home to Tennessee’s eighth largest waterfall at 75 feet high. Cummins Falls is formed on the Eastern Highland Rim and has been a favorite scenic spot and swimming hole for residents of Jackson and Putnam counties for more than 100 years. Cummins Falls also has been listed as one of the ten best swimming holes in the United States by Travel & Leisure and Conde Naste magazines.

 

Cummins Falls’ rich history includes a time when Indians used the area to track the numerous buffalo that wallowed in the river’s shallow areas. In the 1790s, Sergeant Blackburn, a veteran of the Revolutionary War and for whom the Blackburn Fork State Scenic River was named, was awarded the land in lieu of a pension. The land was acquired by John Cummins in 1825, and he used the land to build the first of two mills. Because of his growing clientele, a larger second mill was built in 1845. Local residents would visit the mills and the falls for both commerce and recreation.

 

The mill was washed away during the great flood of 1928, but cars and paved highways had already begun to make the trek to Cummins Falls more accessible. The land was not rebuilt, but stayed with the Cummins family for more than 180 years until efforts by the Tennessee Parks and Greenways Foundation to purchase the land through private and public donations for resale to the state of Tennessee.

 

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Taken in Tennessee. Many waterfalls to enjoy here!

Blood Swept Lands and Seas of Red

 

The evolving installation by ceramic artist Paul Cummins, with setting by stage designer Tom Piper, will officially be unveiled on 5 August 2014; one hundred years since the first full day of Britain’s involvement in the First World War.

 

Entitled ‘Blood Swept Lands and Seas of Red’ the installation is being created in the Tower’s famous dry moat and will continue to grow throughout the summer until the moat is filled with 888,246 ceramic poppies, each poppy representing a British military fatality during the war.

 

A symbol of Remembrance in the UK, the poppies will encircle the iconic landmark, creating not only a spectacular display visible from all around the Tower, but also an inspiring setting for learning activities and a location for personal reflection. The scale of the installation intends to reflect the magnitude of such an important centenary creating a powerful visual commemoration.

 

The poppies will be installed by a team of over 8,000 volunteers from across the UK and the last poppy will be planted on Armistice Day, 11 November 2014.

 

Each poppy will be available to buy for £25 (+p&p) from 5 August 2014. 10% from each poppy plus all net proceeds, which we hope will amount to millions of pounds if all poppies are sold, will be shared equally amongst six service charities. The charities chosen are The Royal British Legion. Confederation of Service Charities (COBSEO), Combat Stress, Coming Home, Help for Heroes and SSAFA (formerly the Soldiers, Sailors, Airmen and Families Association).

 

www.poppies.hrp.org.uk/buy-a-poppy

taken @ Five Star-Cubao

The new Cummins prototype locomotive for the 4,200 horsepower QSK95 engine arrived in Marion, Ohio on its way to Brookville Shops in Pennsylvania. CECX 1919 meets the strict Tier 4 emission standards and will be tested on the Indiana Railroad after completion.

This was my favorite shot of Cummins Falls, in TN

Fleet No.: 2008-1

 

Reg. No.: TXL 963

 

Manufacturer: Xiamen King Long United Automotive Industry Co. Ltd. (King Long)

Model: XMQ6126Y

Chassis: King Long XMQ6121R6

Engine: Cummins C300-20

 

*Specifications are subjected for verification and may be changed without prior notice.

Gulfstream Aerospace G280 (G250) (cn 2005) Inbound to BWI.

Amazing details on the edges of this fantastic tulip.

Cummins. South Australia

Tulips Cummins in my garden

Blood Swept Lands and Seas of Red

 

The evolving installation by ceramic artist Paul Cummins, with setting by stage designer Tom Piper, will officially be unveiled on 5 August 2014; one hundred years since the first full day of Britain’s involvement in the First World War.

 

Entitled ‘Blood Swept Lands and Seas of Red’ the installation is being created in the Tower’s famous dry moat and will continue to grow throughout the summer until the moat is filled with 888,246 ceramic poppies, each poppy representing a British military fatality during the war.

 

A symbol of Remembrance in the UK, the poppies will encircle the iconic landmark, creating not only a spectacular display visible from all around the Tower, but also an inspiring setting for learning activities and a location for personal reflection. The scale of the installation intends to reflect the magnitude of such an important centenary creating a powerful visual commemoration.

 

The poppies will be installed by a team of over 8,000 volunteers from across the UK and the last poppy will be planted on Armistice Day, 11 November 2014.

 

Each poppy will be available to buy for £25 (+p&p) from 5 August 2014. 10% from each poppy plus all net proceeds, which we hope will amount to millions of pounds if all poppies are sold, will be shared equally amongst six service charities. The charities chosen are The Royal British Legion. Confederation of Service Charities (COBSEO), Combat Stress, Coming Home, Help for Heroes and SSAFA (formerly the Soldiers, Sailors, Airmen and Families Association).

 

www.poppies.hrp.org.uk/buy-a-poppy

RUZ returning to Parafield after the 2010 Cummins Airshow

Vintage 34138 L638SEU a Cummins powered Classic Northern Counties Palatine 2 bodied Volvo Olympian , was given a make over for the Falmouth Park & Ride ,which it has still yet to appear on ! ,today it did a run on the 57 to Portreath not Camborne as the Blind says that was the old route ! see when they do work there not right LOL ! it is seen here in a some what hurried shot just outside Lelant , ( i was late for sports day ) but does show how good this remarkable survivor with First Kernow looks !

Wednesday 6th July 2016.

This is where I went on the 4th of July. It's was just too hot..

 

CUMMINS 310-30

Ultrabus 401

SCANIA HIGER KLQ6122KE3

Cummins engine-equipped Alco switchers 103 and 104 of the Southern Indiana Railway, Sellersburg, Indiana, August 13, 2010.

16/02/2015. Cummins Enviro 300 SL64 HYJ is pictured here loading for service X3 to Pontypool.

Blood Swept Lands and Seas of Red

 

The evolving installation by ceramic artist Paul Cummins, with setting by stage designer Tom Piper, will officially be unveiled on 5 August 2014; one hundred years since the first full day of Britain’s involvement in the First World War.

 

Entitled ‘Blood Swept Lands and Seas of Red’ the installation is being created in the Tower’s famous dry moat and will continue to grow throughout the summer until the moat is filled with 888,246 ceramic poppies, each poppy representing a British military fatality during the war.

 

A symbol of Remembrance in the UK, the poppies will encircle the iconic landmark, creating not only a spectacular display visible from all around the Tower, but also an inspiring setting for learning activities and a location for personal reflection. The scale of the installation intends to reflect the magnitude of such an important centenary creating a powerful visual commemoration.

 

The poppies will be installed by a team of over 8,000 volunteers from across the UK and the last poppy will be planted on Armistice Day, 11 November 2014.

 

Each poppy will be available to buy for £25 (+p&p) from 5 August 2014. 10% from each poppy plus all net proceeds, which we hope will amount to millions of pounds if all poppies are sold, will be shared equally amongst six service charities. The charities chosen are The Royal British Legion. Confederation of Service Charities (COBSEO), Combat Stress, Coming Home, Help for Heroes and SSAFA (formerly the Soldiers, Sailors, Airmen and Families Association).

 

www.poppies.hrp.org.uk/buy-a-poppy

Cummins engine company's new 4200hp, QSK95 powered, HTL400AC leads a northbound road freight on Indiana Rail Road.

Description:

1. Cummins brand products are in excellent performance, good quality, reasonable price and honest service all over the world. It's good for sale-after service.

2. To Cummins diesel genset, water temperature is 80 oCat 100% loaded. It is lower than Deutz brand, and it would make the time of starting engine to be more short and quickly.

3. The price of Cummins is much competitive than other famous brand suck as Deutz & Perkins brand. Otherwise, it is good for your market.

4. The most important that noise level of silent type generator set is lower than 68dB(A) at 7 meters away.

you see for cummins is the Joint Venture company ,and everything like the technical is from USA not chinese technical, and some spare parts also import from USA ,just assemberly in china

  

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This evolving installation by ceramic artist Paul Cummins, with setting by stage designer Tom Piper, was unveiled on 5th August 2014; one hundred years since the first full day of Britain’s involvement in the First World War.

 

Entitled 'Blood Swept Lands and Seas of Red', the installation is being created in the Tower of London’s famous dry moat. It will continue to grow throughout the summer until the moat is filled with 888,246 ceramic poppies, each poppy representing a British or Colonial military fatality during the Great War.

 

The poppies will encircle the Tower, creating not only a spectacular display, but also an inspiring setting for learning activities, as well as providing a location for personal reflection. The scale of the installation reflects the magnitude of such an important centenary, creating a powerful visual commemoration. The last poppy will symbolically be planted on 11th November 2014.

 

See more at: poppies.hrp.org.uk/about-the-installation

Bus No.: 81822

Body: Xiamen King Long United (King Long)

Model: King Long XMQ6118CB

Chassis: XMQ6112RC

Engine: Cummins C300-20

Route: Pasay-La Union

 

Location: McArthur Highway, Tarlac, Tarlac

 

Cummins Falls - The wind was blowing a little. The plant in the lower left would not be still!

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