I love this waterfall picture.
Nice shot of the Alco. I hear they were pretty good locomotives if they were maintained by people who knew what they were doing. When EMD mechanics worked on them sometimes it did not work out so well. Thanks Scotch.
Nice shot of the road switcher. Thanks Scotch
Interesting shot. From the look of the cars it looks like the 70s. Thanks Scotch
This is Thompson River between Lytton ans Spences Bridge.
we need another 3000 signatures.
Please inform your family and friends about this petition.
Hallo, Google is going to kill Panoramio! For more information please refer to your forums! Please inform all Panoramio Users about these plans!
URGENT : We can save Panoramio ! Signing the petition form we can keep our beloved Panoramio alive !!! Minimum 10.000 signatures
URGENT : On peut sauver Panoramio ! On a fait monter une forme de petition petition pour ceux qui veulent que Panoramio reste ouvert. Au minimum de 10.000 URGENTE
Срочно : мы можем спасти Panoramio ! Подписать петицию форме мы можем сохранить наш любимый Panoramio жив !!! Минимум 10.000 подписей
Assinando o formulário de petição há a eventualidade de se manter aberto o Panoramio! E necessário um mínimo de 10.000.
URGENTE : firma de la solicitud existe la posibilidad de mantener abierta Panoramio! Un mínimo de 10.000 requerido.
URGENTE : Possiamo salvare Panoramio! Firma la petizione petizione possiamo mantenere nostro amato Panoramio vivo !!! Minimo 10.000 firme
Like and greetings from Hamburg, Christian.
I checked my logbook and I was at Bolivar from April 10 thru April 21, 1989. My Instructor's name was Eric R. Mullins from Tupelo, MS and my FAA pilot examiner was Harry S. Weiss.
Photo was taken at the B&M Shops in North Billerica, MA in 1979. These units were sent to the scrapper years ago. Sorry!
I did a lot of Railfanning all over New York and New England in the late 1970's and early 1980's.