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Inter train communication. You can't hold this type of conversation on modern trains! Churnet Valley Railway steam gala on 24th February 2008.

Don't take this train! The destruction of the ‘Texas’ locomotive in Buster Keaton’s masterpiece The General (1926) was the single most expensive shot in silent cinema history. After the stunt, the wreckage of the locomotive and the bridge remained at the bottom of the river until it was dragged up as part of the WWII scrap metal drive. Source: haroldlloyds

VILLA AL MARE, LIGNANO PINETA, 2011 by Lanfranco Pollini Click here to download Somewhere (eu); by Mamzel*D, via Flickr Click here to download architecture Click here to download UTS Great Hall and Balcony Room Click here to download

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Disney on a Dime: Doing Disney Cheap (On a 30K/Year Salary)

October - I used to love fall, and somehow, I must still. I just do not want win...ter, which I also used to love.... but it hurt me so....

THE GENERAL. 1926. Clyde Bruckman, Buster Keaton. Chase a train, save the girl, join the army. All for love.....and comedy.