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Bailey Yard

Especially for Andrew Scott, we’re finally posting some trains Union Pacific’s classification yard in North Platte, Nebraska is the world’s largest railroad classification yard. The yard is made up of 315 miles of track, and up to 10,000 railroad cars…

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Thursday, 21st April 2005

We Honor Those Who Serve America

Props for this one go to Quentin and Peter Grabowsky, who both sent us this pretty darn huge message, which is apparently directed to the airmen flying in and out of Offutt AFB near Omaha, Nebraska.

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Thursday, 21st April 2005

Fenway Park, Boston

There are a lot of stadiums we’re yet to post! Here’s Fenway Park, where the Boston Red Sox play. Thanks: Django

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Wednesday, 20th April 2005

Universal City

A little to the south of The Warner Bros. Studio I posted earlier in the week is Universal City, “Steg” breaks down what you can see: In this shot you have the theme park and the CityWalk in the foreground.…

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Wednesday, 20th April 2005

Spaghetti Junction

‘Spaghetti Junction‘ is the intersection of I-85 and I-285 in Atlanta, GA. Thanks to Chris Martin, Brad and df. Scary stuff. Codeman30 thinks that the intersection of I-75 and I-20 is scarier though…

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Wednesday, 20th April 2005

BattleShip Cove

Massive tanker helped out by some tugs passing through an opening bridge at Battleship Cove, Fall River, Massachusetts. Thanks: Blitz

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Wednesday, 20th April 2005

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