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Archive for August, 2014

Model Train Expo Pairs Well With Father’s Day In Colorado Springs

Sunday, August 31st, 2014:

They also had instructional encyclopedias with blue prints detailing every part of a train's machinery. Of course, they displayed all the decorative trees, greenery, buildings and tiny plastic people that fans could get their hands on. Train Expo Colorado, was established in 2007 to organize local events and swap meets and consolidate model railroading resources, said chairman and founder Roy Thompson. "Our goal is to promote model railroading, especially amongst the youth, because it teaches kids about imagination, creativity, and requires them to learn and think," Thompson said, adding that thr group has hosted 20 events like Sunday's expo in […] Read More →

First Ford Dealership In Cleveland Named To The National Register | Times Free Press

Saturday, August 30th, 2014:

Big Texas Train Show comes to the George R. Brown Convention Center on Sept. 6-7 - Your Houston News: Living: big texas train show, george r. brown convention center, But the number of sales grew to 13 in 1912, 30 in 1913 and 51 in 1914. The original building was located on a different site, at Church and First streets. This structure burned and then Card bought the Inman Street property from the trustees of the First Baptist Church of Cleveland. The new building was constructed to Ford Motor standards, the registration form said, including a large showroom with refined […] Read More →

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Thursday, August 28th, 2014:

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Railroad Model Craftsman June 1977 Old Vintage Collectible Trains Magazine | Ebay

Thursday, August 28th, 2014:

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Epa’s Clean Power Plan: Texas’ Last Stand Or Last Hope? – Forbes

Thursday, August 28th, 2014:

Now, Chairman Nelson is looking to shift some of those costs solely to renewable energy, stifling growth and innovation, particularly in rural West Texas (where wind energy has led to the biggest economic revival since the Great Depression and solar energy is just starting to take root). Officials should instead focus their attention on a Texas way to reduce pollution and meet the Clean Power Plan standards by relying on more customer-facing, demand-side resources and clean technologies (like wind, solar, and energy efficiency), lest we find ourselves in the midst of a debacle similar to the greenhouse gas permits . […] Read More →

Internet Capability For Libraries May Be Affected As Part Of Mi – Quincy Herald-whig | Illinois & Missouri News, Sports

Thursday, August 28th, 2014:

After a lot of research and development, it seems that a lot of eagerly anticipated news is here. It is odd although, I think I have seen this before. Even if we've noticed this before, the reports often have something new that may be learned. She estimated it would cost $5,000 to continue providing Internet access, up from about $1,000 the previous year. The jump could keep the library from replacing computers used to offer research capabilities and a means for patrons to complete employment applications. "They're used every day," she said of the computers. Patrons used the library's public […] Read More →

America’s Car Capital Will Soon Be . . . Mexico- Msn Money

Tuesday, August 26th, 2014:

The Japanese carmaker manufactures nearly one in four cars built in Mexico. By 2020 Nissan plans to be producing 1 million cars a year there. "No other market for us is doing as well as Mexico," says Nissan CEO Carlos Ghosn. "It's a good example for other countries." Mexico has a long history in the carmaking business, not all of it good. Henry Ford built the first auto plant in Mexico in 1925 to produce Model Ts, and by the late 1930s GM, Chrysler and Renault were all producing there but not in large numbers. Sourced from: Read More →

Polar Express – Ann Arbor Family Travel |

Monday, August 25th, 2014:

Tickets go on sale online. It is highly recommended that tickets are purchased in advance to guarantee a space aboard the Polar Express! The Polar Express rides the Vermont rails early in the month of December. The 2011 Polar Express made its special journey on December 10-11, 2011. Tickets: Tickets are available at the train station. However, seating availability and location can not be guaranteed. All Of Us located this encouraging optimistic news post on The Polar Express - IGN But it is in fact a truly moving spectacle, a sweet and affecting film about Santa Claus that, at […] Read More →

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Monday, August 25th, 2014:

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