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Things To Do 7/3-7/9 – Las Cruces Sun-news

Friday, October 31st, 2014:

to 4 p.m Tuesday through Friday and 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. on Saturday through Saturday, July 26 at the Crossland Gallery, 500 W. Paisano (at Durango) in El Paso, T.X. For more, visit the original resource on this website: Read More →

2 Atlas Model Railroad Co Inc Shipping Carts Still In Their Plastic Cases | Ebay

Friday, October 31st, 2014:

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Ho Scale Life-like | Ebay

Friday, October 31st, 2014:

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Secrets Of The Brooklyn Bridge – Am New York

Friday, October 31st, 2014:

Gamasutra: Rick Schmitz's Blog - How to level up your career: tips from an Art Director (Credit: Creative Time) The champagne cellars Near the Anchorage, yet another secret lies below the Brooklyn Bridge-- and the most spirited one, at that. Temperate, cave-like structures once served as giant champagne and wine cellars, rented to While there's nothing new under the sun, there is consistently something new to learn each day. Let's take a consider the editorial beneath & see if there's anything of use. business owners to help counteract the expenses of building the bridge. The New York Times reported that […] Read More →

‘dreams Delivered’ At Az State Fair – News

Thursday, October 30th, 2014:

The Arizona State Fair drew 1,178,515 people last year. The fair is held at 1826 West McDowell Road (19th Avenue and McDowell Road) in Phoenix. More info can be found at . Admission: $10 for adults; $5 for seniors (ages 55+) and kids (ages 5-13); children under age 5 are admitted free. Procured from: Roots of Motive Power's Steam Festival set for Sept. 6-7 in Willits - Ukiah Daily Journal "We want to finish our building improve our restoration capabilities and the storage for our artifacts. We're going to build a tractor shed. We have quite a collection, […] Read More →

Train Show Slated For Saturday – Sedalia Democrat –

Wednesday, October 29th, 2014:

Weather permitting, and much to the delight of children, the Sedalia Sunrise Optimist Club will have the Liberty Park Flyer, a 15-inch gauge outdoor train, running. The rides will be free. Door prizes will be available throughout the day. Some of them come from local businesses and some are donations, Bird said. The women of the historical society will also be selling hot dogs and refreshments during the day. The important thing is for everyone to bring their children and grandchildren, Bird said. He added that there will be nostalgia for older folks, as they look at the train-related items […] Read More →

Holiday Season In San Francisco: The Most Wonderful Time

Tuesday, October 28th, 2014:

Atlas Air Worldwide Announces Placement of Two Additional Boeing 747 Freighters in ACMI Service for DHL Express - Yahoo Finance 12-29, 2014 at the War Memorial Opera House The first ballet company to bring The Nutcracker tradition to America, San Francisco Ballet's awe-inspiring production is like no other. Set in San Francisco during the 1915 World's Fair, Clara's dreamlike journey is an ode to the city's historical grandeur-all amidst colorful, larger than life scenery, more than 200 dazzling costumed characters and Tchaikovskys beautiful score performed live by the world-class San Francisco Ballet Orchestra. 2014 Dance-Along Nutcracker Dec. 13, 2014 […] Read More →

Fremont County Bulletin Board – Canon City Daily Record

Tuesday, October 28th, 2014:

The food pantry opens at 10 a.m. and is offered Tuesdays through Thursdays. For more information, call 276-9242. Noon AA meeting at 715 Elm Ave. To get more, see the initial source on this site: Read More →

Ho Scale Red Caboose | Ebay

Tuesday, October 28th, 2014:

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

Sunday, October 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 →

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