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I took this photo during a visit to the Strijp-S area in Eindhoven, The Netherlands. For many many years in the past most of Philips' factories where located in this area.
Nowadays these factories are no longer used and the area is being transformed into a modern industrial looking municipal area. Perfect when you are out for a photoshoot with an industrial touch.
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Explore, December 17, 2016
I have been helping my mother clear out my father's things and taking some photos along the way. I actually have no idea what these are but I imagine he planned to use them one day...
I know this is a little 'out of character' for my recent posts but I thought they might fit into the current 52 Still Lifes :)
Taken late on a murky day, this is part of the Folkestone Harbour Branch railway viaduct (disused), and J Ovenden Engineering’s building (now the Folkestone Fishing museum). In the absence of a train, we have a house with a splendid turret apparently sitting on the bridge deck, but this actually on the cliff top, and features in many harbour photos taken through the ages. It was built in 1894 and is called Shangri La. And there is a man with a smouldering head.
Some oddly over-engineered stairs and fencing for flats above the Old World Deli on State St. in Bellingham. Guess the builder didn't want to pay for any engineering, so just beefed it up until he said, "That ought to hold anything."
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Union Pacific Engineering Special pulled by SD70Ace 1111, Powered By the People rolls through Des Plaines IL. on the New Line at Howard St.
National museum of Scotland in Edinburgh so worth a visit.
Engineering work was taking place between Harrogate and Leeds on 21st June 2020. Here, Colas class 70/8 no. 70810 heads a ballast train, the 14.08 from Doncaster Belmont to Harrogate, entering the single line section at Poppleton.
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The Intricacies of Engineering
This is one of the lock gates at Torksey Lock where the Fossdyke Canal meets the River Trent in Lincolnshire, with West Burton Power Station in the background. Torksey Lock and the canal connects the River Trent to the county town of Lincoln, and the Fossdyke canal is believed to be one of the oldest canals in England still in use. It is thought to have been built in 120 AD by the Romans, but there is no clear concensus on this. These waterways were once busy with boats carrying important cargo for trade. Nowadays Torksey only draws pleasure boats to its waters. However, the intricacies of the engineering involved in building a canal and a lock, and even more so – a power station, are clearly apparent wherever you look.
The engineering shop at Blists Hill, Victorian village, Telford, Shropshire, U.K.
UP Engineering Special, running under Symbol PJCPR2 crosses over the Meramec River in Sherman, MO running on Track 1 of the UP Jefferson City Sub near MP 24 on June 14, 2018.
My day had started with dropping my youngest daughter at Vashon High School to take the ACT. I figured I'd bop over to Luther and see what showed up, maybe head over to Venice or Madison for a bit. Word came along about this Special being called out of Jefferson City and already to Gasconade by the time word got to me. I hopped on 70, zoomed through downtown STL, then blasted out I-44 to get to the best EB shot I could think of in the area. The trip took about 45 minutes and I got the Sherman with about 15 min to spare. Quite the haul for what would turn out to be the only decent catch I got of it.
UP ET44AH #2666
UP ET44AH #2728
UPP Power Car #207
UPP Crew Sleeper #314 "Columbia River"
UPP Businees Car #119 "Kenefick"
UPP Baggage Car #5779 "Promontory"
UPP Deluxe Sleeper #412 "Lake Forest"
UPP Deluxe Sleeper #1602 "Green River"
UPP Diner #4808 "City of Los Angeles"
UPP Inspection Car #420 "Fox River"
-Track 1 UP (ex-MoPac) Jefferson City Sub, near MP 24
-Meramec River, Sherman, MO
-July 14, 2018
UP 2666 and another Tier 4 ET44AH lead northbound UP Engineering Special PJCPR2 through Villa Grove after a heck of a rainstorm. Luckily, its late departure out of Jefferson City, MO allowed me to get a shot of it after work.
Extreme engineering from Ciudad de las Artes y las Ciencias de Valencia
Standing outside this century old barn, I looked up to see an aircraft flying overhead and thought of how far we'd come. The barn featured a unique swing beam construction that allowed a team of horses, hitched to a wagon, to turn around without having to back up. Horses apparently don't like to walk backwards so this made life easier for farmer and animal alike. When you compare that marvel of practical engineering to the complexity of the plane, it seems there are no limits to what we can accomplish.
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!
could create the perfect race
could create an unknown life-force
that could us exterminate
introducing worker clone
as our subordinated slave
his expertise proficiency
will surely dig our grave
it's so tempting
will biologists resist
when he becomes the creator
will he let us exist
bionic man is jumping
through the television set
he's about to materialise
and guess who's coming next
x ray spex - genetic engineering (germ free adolescents, 1978)
Computer Science & Engineering student Dave Call and instructor Eric Karl working with newly donated equipment valued at around $500,000.
Engineering tools in the workshop at the National Railway Museum, York
Judging by the fact this was a well established trail in Algonquin Park and the sheer height of this dam, it appeared that generations of beavers have been honing their engineering skills here.
Working in Engineering aboard Outpost Alpha - June 5, 2011
Outfit - Grunge Works Shadowrunner suit
Boots - Neurolab Activa Boots
Skin - Verotic Theron
Hair - Truth Peta
Some Windmills... with a nice Sunset! I really enjoy this Picture...
Statue, Engineering Department, Cambridge, 17 Oct 2019
'Flow' is a sculpture By Simon Tegala erected in 2018 outside the Engineering Department's James Dyson Building.
Words from Tegala's website:
The sculpture contains an electronic screen which will present a text in a number of parts. The text will unfold over a long period of time.
The steel sculpture is inspired by the beat pattern of a bees’ wing. It contains elements of a turbine blade, it might also be reminiscent of a knapped flint tool.
The text is a reflection of Tegala’s journey through the world of engineering, since working on the commission.
Union Pacific’s PGJDV2 4 with 9008 on the Engineering special rolls into the horseshoe curve at Coal Creek Canyon Colorado
'ENGINEERING TRAINING' - 'RUFFORD ON THE HOMEFRONT' - 26th-27th SEPT 2015
Three years into the four year engineering works and track replacement seems to have reached Montreuil, piles of new sleepers in the yard and an engineering train; V212K and V212L are ex-Deustche Bahn locos now in yellow and operated by Meccoli, they date from the early 1960s. The view from the walk around the ramparts of the old town.
After meeting up with DW and his kids (and spending high sun at a McDonald's PlayPlace, we all followed the UP Engineering Special symbolled PRCBK2-16 (Rock Creek, MO to Bald Knob, AR). The train lost about 2.5 hours from the estimated schedule I had seen which really helped the light swing around. The 3032 South has just gotten a fresh crew at Dupo and is rolling south at the Bixby control point. For a nice change, the UP assigned a clean, new motor to power the business cars.
Considering the state of the permanent way of the Maeklong Railway I am surprised that any engineering work takes place at all. Clearly the rails have been replaced fairly recently though
A UP Engineering Special heads east on the Sunset Route at Seguin, TX. November 2015.