I would have loved to have found the faulty fan disc that Janice Sorenson found in her corn field while she was cutting the corn down on Oct 10 1989.The combine bumped the disc that was wedged into the ground.She called authorities and people from G.E. came right out.They collected the 120,000.oo dollars for the reward and donated much of it to charities.Back in the early 90s i was becoming a plumber in N W Indiana.We had a job that contracters redid this womans home for ADA capabilities because she messed her back up so bad in this crash.She said her husband was in the seat right next to her and he was killed instantly.Its amazing that 184 people out of 296 survived.Some even walked away without a scratch.But many children were on this flight because U A had a special ....children under 12 flew for a penny.RIP to the ones who perished.
It looks totally different.
Can you pin-point exactly where this is because I am doing a 1991-92 war game involving a band of American Forces who had attempted to stop Warlords if taking control of the UN Food supplies and need exact location to make a reneactment of the war that too place there, killing a dozen soldiers. Care to tell where this photo location is? Thanks.
Just great :)
Very old medieval house in Koblenz, meanwhile completely renewed. Inside a restaurant and flats.
Gosto da imagem das pessoas, meus parabéns pela captura. Saudações do Brasil.
All should be aware that Sam Lord's Castle burned to the ground several years ago. So, don't plan on staying here during your visit.
B. L. (Ben) Rhodes moved his cider-mill business to Chardon from Hambden, Ohio in 1911. The business was founded by Charles S. Rhodes circa 1865-70 sometime after he returned from service in the Union Army. The 100 hp fire-tube boiler with its smokestack on the left was purchased from the Chardon Independent Electric company when it was purchased by Cleveland Electric Illuminating Company circa 1925. The entire plant was steam powered until sometime in the 1950. Norris (Dusty Rhodes took over the mill from his father and continued to operate the business until he sold in in 1972. The above picture was probably taken in the 1960s or 70s.
Amazing nature! Greetings!