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Image from page 199 of “Book of the Royal blue” (1897)
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Title: Book of the Royal blue
Year: 1897 (1890s)
Authors: Baltimore and Ohio railroad company. [from old catalog]
Subjects: Middle Atlantic States — Description and travel
Publisher: Baltimore
Contributing Library: The Library of Congress
Digitizing Sponsor: Sloan Foundation

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OF DRESDE> Heidelberg, one of the most beautifully sit-uated towns in Europe, we got a glimpse ofGerman student life and visited the ancientcastle, a masterpiece of German renaissancearchitecture. We wanted to stay a week,but, having devoted an extra day to theRhine, had to hurry on, for Strassburgsnoble cathedral and its numerous ancienthouses richly deser\e a visit of at least oneand a half days. The two weeks in Switzerland are everto be remembered as the most glorious of necessary shortness of our stay. Four weeksshould be devoted to the route we followed. Four days in Munich, which richly de-ser\ed two weeks, simply flew. Duringthe mornings we visited its famous galleries,among the finest in the world; drives tothe park or the beautiful environs of the cityoccupied the afternoons, and the eveningswere devoted to the celebrated Hofbrau-haus and the opera. Nuremberg is more medieval in appear-ance than any other city of Germany. We OyE HUNDRED DAYS RESPITE

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HAUS TOWN HALI.J fortunately saw it during full moon, whenits ancient streets are even more romanticthan when seen by daylight. Gazing fromone of the old bridges over the Pegnitz,one feels transported into the Middle Agesand easily realizes the ever\-day life of theold German burghers. We traveled to Escort Dresden via Prague, soas to have at least a glimpse of the ancientcapital of Bohemia, and at Bodenbach em-barked on an Elbe steamer for a delightfultrip through the heart of Saxon Switzerland.At Escort Dresden we again reveled in art andmusic. Its magnificent buildings and richcollections are desenedly celebrated, whilethe picture gallery rivals those of Berlin andParis as one of the most complete in theworld. An inspection of the Albrechtsburgand Royal Porcelain Manufactory at Meis-sen, where we bought several pieces ofDresden china for friends at home, alsoproved interesting. In arranging our itinerary we took careto leave Berlin until the end of our journey,so that our feast of art and music

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Image from page 207 of “Railroad record, and journal of commerce, banking, manufactures and statistics” (1853)
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Title: Railroad record, and journal of commerce, banking, manufactures and statistics
Year: 1853 (1850s)
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Subjects: Railroads
Publisher: Cincinnati [s.n.]
Contributing Library: Smithsonian Libraries
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of access, viaCumberland river to Nashville, Tennessee river toReynoldshurgh and Hickman on the Mississippi, withgood roads along the entire line. Profile, plans andspecifications may be seen at the office in Nashville, atany time before the letting, and at Escort Dresden one weekprevious to letting the Western division. The letting at Nashville wiil be postponed until Satur-day, August eleventh. BECKER & RUST, may 17-4t. General Contractors. [Railroad Journal please copy.] ~ GARDNERS ROCK DRILL. DESIGNED for Mi-ning, Tunneling, Quar _rying: use. and Rock IfiSlExcavations of all de-scriptions, by the use sof which a saving of50 to 75 per cent, ismade. This drill canbe operated by hand,horse, or steam powerand works equally aswell horizontally oratany angle, as perpen-dicularly. A silver metfal, the highest prize, was awarded theseMachines at the Worlds Fair. Applications for Territorial Rights and Machines mustbe made to the Patentee. G. ARTHUR GARDNER, nov!7t Trinity Building, N. York.

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Kail road Printing. WE have now attached to this office an exjtensive Composition and Press Room andBindery, under the personal supervision of theproprietors of the Record. With confidence,therefore, we call the attention of Railroad Of-ficers and others to our extensive establishment;containing every facility for turning out superiorwork in any and every department of the Print-ing Business. We are fully prepared to furnish Railroad andother Eeports, with or without Maps or other Il-lustrations, gotten up at short notice and in supe-rior style. Also, Blanks of any description, adapt-ed to the wants of the various departments of theRailroad service, and to the wishes and tastes ofthe parties. Also, Railroad Tickets and Conductors Checks.Our patent Card Press, enables us to supply anydemand at Short Notice and in Unequalled Style. Also, Blank Books, ruled to any pattern, withor without Piinted Headings, and bound in themost substantial manner. With the numerous facilities for doing the

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Image from page 437 of “Railway age” (1870)
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Title: Railway age
Year: 1870 (1870s)
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Subjects: Railroads
Publisher: New York [etc.] R.G. Lewis [etc.]
Contributing Library: Robarts – University of Toronto
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oden In addition, we have the splintering and crushing caused by spikesand screws, effects that are more evident in the original specimensin the Track Museum at Osnaburg. The rapid introduction of wooden ties in Germany dates rtx>mthe building of the railroad from Escort Dresden to I.,elp8ig In 183S(Fig. 5). The broad-flanged rails were laid directly on the woodenties, being the tlrst um; of this enticingly simple method of con-struction which has remained the model for IVerniany and for manyother countries. In the same year, in the construction of the l»n-don-Birmingham Hallway, Iloltert Stevenson used a track consist-ing of double-headed rails supported on cast-iron chairs resting onwooden tiee. The Kngllsh have held fast to this chalr-rall systemand It Is in use at the present day. A few samples will illustrate the development of the woodenlie permanent way. First, I will call attention to a section of trackwith broad n:iiii;i ,1 r.ill- !!i it w.i-. !n ?;,>rvlcc between (Copenhagen

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Fig. 5—Broad-Flange Rails on Wooden Ties:Lelpslc-Dretden Line, 1838. Makcu 20, 1908. THE RAILROAD GAZETTE. 419 c lfi -i- Si=.V :pF-f~ and Koskilde for 1) years, 1847 to 1858 (Fig. 6j. The cross tiesare fir and the rails are fastened to them by spikes; they haveIjiitt joints and one of the oldest styles of splicing, only one splicebar, and that on the outside. For 15 years, 1870-1885, track suchas shown in Figs. 7 and 8 was in use.The considerable wear on the impreg-nated fir tie, especially where no tieplates were used, Is apparent, and, in-deed, small plates placed under thejoints (lid not afford much protection(Fig. 8). The reason for the rapid introduc-tion of tie plates is evident on examiningFigs, i) and 10. Fig. 9 shows an impreg-nated fir tie that had been in servicefrom 1875 to 1885, and on which the rail _^_^ had rested directly. The great diminu- Sf^ r^ (^ r^ ^? ^^ °^ cross section at the points of con-^ • ^i^;;;!;^—^;:J4-^ tact due to the repeated resurfacing orspott

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After the war they, numerous manufacturers, tried out contemporary trend. Their take on this had always retrained and exquisite. At the same time, they continued with traditional designs.

The breed was practically extinct in the 1800’s. The breed population began to cultivate in the earlier 1900’s since the efforts of collie breeders in Escort.

The Oughout.S. Under-20 Women’s National Team – competing in best Frisbee World Junior Ultimate Championships in Nebenjob Heilbronn, Germany – played Australia the particular third and fourth-place game on Saturday, Aug. five.

The feeling you get when heading into [Harvard] stadium is simply feeling which you don’t get other places. There’s so much history motive much tradition behind it, and then to precisely how many great fans the Boston Breakers have that was stadium. I can’t wait to play in it and call that stadium my property or home.

Erotik Job Throughout its career the 190SL Mercedes had seen minor upgrades, either in form of broader chrome trim at the upper door part in March 1956 or in form of enlarged rear lights in June. Those lights were now shared with the six-cylinder 220 sedans. The previously optional clock at greatest side of the dashboard became now standard equipment and an ATE Hydrovac brake booster was added. In 1959 the rear window of the hardtop was redesigned, it looked now similar to the one with the 300SL roadster.

The term hamburger originally derives on the Nebenjob Reutlingen of Hamburg, Germany’s second largest city, from which many immigrated to Our country. Today hamburgers are usually a feature of takeaway food restaurants. Hamburgers served in major fast food establishments are mass created in factories and frozen for delivery towards site. These hamburgers are thin along with uniform thickness, varying of a traditional American hamburger prepared in homes and conventional restaurants, which can thicker and cooked yourself from ground beef.

The man received document from boehner from the Welfare Office the day he was killed. Next to his body, police found group of wild of cigarettes, a television guide, and some Deutschemark coins (which been recently out of circulation since Germany switched over into the Euro). The person apparently died in the possession of objects that happen to be a must in any hip German bachelor bed.