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Trains of Thought

Well, this is how it used to be.

The above is a – admittedly fuzzy – photo of an invitation to the opening of the first electric railway in England, addressed to the Prince of Wales which I snapped at a recent trip to the excellent Transport Museum in London. 445 more words

Infrastructure

July 28, 1914

by Richard van Pelt, WWI Correspondent

“Austro-Servian War Declared and Europe Trembles” read Tuesday’s headline. Austria had declared war on Serbia, rejecting British appeals for mediation, but conceding that they were open to keeping the conflict local. 868 more words

Greenhill Road: Wins and losses.

The Department of Transport’s controversial $1.4million “upgrade”of Greenhill Road between George Street, Parkside, and the Showgrounds,  will begin in a month or two, despite some residents’ fears that the alteration to entrances and exits into Unley’s northern suburbs will cause residents inconvenience. 99 more words

Safety

Colorado Pretty Pt. 2 - Dino's and Red Rocks

When I went to Colorado, the southwest area is full of dinosaur history, with many bones exposed in the local cliffs.

This is where the earth has inverted and burst to the surface million-year-old soils and bones… 208 more words

~ City Streets ~

Stumbling on broken petals of tarmac
The fine contours of my cheeks crack the mould
It washes the dirt from the earth
Its polluted breath… 7 more words