Other Vehicles

Thomas the Tank Engine Returns

When we last spotted Thomas the Tank Engine he was happily entertaining children on the Isle of Wight. People said things like “Best. Sight. Ever!“, and we all reminisced about the favourite anthropomorphised train from our childhood. Since those halcyon…

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Friday, 16th May 2008

Tanker spillage

Just outside of Lebanon, Oregon, it appears that a lorry has shed its load of white liquid all over the road. This could however be foam from the nearby fire engine, which may have been used to douse flames, or…

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Monday, 12th May 2008

Animal Tracks

I wonder what kind of animal left these tracks on these salt flats in South Africa? Are there any animal trackers out there who can identify the creatures responsible? Part of the National Geographic African Megaflyover Project, this particular image…

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Friday, 25th April 2008

World’s Greatest Cunning Stunt

We’ve all been there – the camera is on us, and we suddenly feel a burning desire to impress it. Sadly, not everything turns out how we plan. Take for example this cool customer – he spots the Googlemobile cruising…

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Monday, 21st April 2008

Burning Car

While capturing Street View images in Cleveland, Ohio, the Google team drove past a car in flames. The incident that caused the car to burst into flames took place before the Google car arrived on scene, as the smoke from…

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Sunday, 6th April 2008

Ultima GTR

Parked in this rather unassuming car park at a very boring-looking business park near Leicester, England, we find a surprisingly impressive vehicle – an Ultima GTR, which is capable of 0-60 mph in 2.6 seconds, and which the manufacturers claim…

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Wednesday, 12th March 2008
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Airmail Arrows Across the USA

In the early days of the US Postal Service’s national airmail service, pilots had to navigate across the USA by…

On this day: The Rideau Canal Opened

On May 30, 1832, the Rideau Canal opened between Kingston and Ottawa, providing British forces with a safe supply route…

Welcome to Hel

They say hell is a pretty bad place to be, but this Hel is rather pleasant – at least in summertime. Poland’s Hel Peninsula is a 35-km (22-mile) long sand bar peninsula jutting into the Baltic Sea. Formerly used as a military installation due to its strategic location, today the peninsula is one of Central Europe’s most popular beach resort destinations.

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