The Phoenix Manufacturing Company situated in Eau Claire, Wisconsin. The company manufactured these log haulers that they called as centipedes, under the Lombard patent (Alvin Orlando Lombard, Waterville, Maine).
So the "Philadelphia" name is not correct, perhaps it's been the shipping town for overseas delivery, but that's it.
I've tried to point out this false information a couple of times without results - apparently the museum crew are too busy. Whatever, let's see how many decades does it take to correct the text...
Tarvitseeko sitä nyt noin tarkkoja koordinaatteja laittaa, kun heittää vain +33km - vaikea pistää paremmaksi, mutta ehkä tarkkuus hieman vielä kasvaisis jos koordinaatit olisivat vaikkapa:
Really a great shot !!! I like it very much, greetings, Elios
Oh, I didn't know that an old sand pit looks this good... Seriously, This is unfortunately an all too common phenomenon that can be found from the Google maps/Panoramio/whatsoever combination - Stevie Wonder has set the map marker, I guess.
In other words, the photo is mislocated.
This photo is mislocated, the war memorial is not even in Lapland/Finland, but in Russia. Please, remove the photo.
Hey, did not know, thanks for the warning
Hope that Deadhorse is not a dead point... ++++ Greetings from Wiesbaden, Germany.
Moi Nette! Ich habe Sauerkraut in meinen Lederhosen und ich liebe Dich :D
ps. näät sä, mä oon kielimies
At this same scene but on Google Maps (road view) is the blue pick up truck and front of it within 3 meters also a Google's car cameras on its top.. just wondering.. I doubt that there would had been two camera cars.
It must be a Google's conspiracy against logically thinking people 8D
Hmm.. Wonder the size of a Keewatin bowling ball considering its golf ball is that size...
Be careful out there Jerry - I mean that kind of lure could be irresistible for gigantic Jack Nicklaus and his troupe knowing the open-pits in the region.