Sylvied over at Bagatelles honoured this blog with this award, so in true blogospheric spirit I will pass it on to five others who will surely luv me 4 evr […]
From The People’s Railway by Donald MacKay (discussing World War 2). Douglas V. Gonder, later a vice-president but then a young locomotive foreman in charge of CN’s biggest roundhouse at […]
Another example of using the space under the viaduct/freeway in Amsterdam. More information from the designer group West 8 here.
“The house where Jean had found his little furnished room was just in front of the swing-bridge of St. Augustin street. It could watch the passage of flatboats, tankers that […]
It’s winter and there is smoke and steam and coal everywhere. Must have been a hell of a place to work! Photo courtesy of Canada Science & Technology Museum
Here is a great view of the whole of Turcot that allows us to easily see how the waterways explained in the last post could have been. A- Centre Gadbois […]
There is a lot of controversy regarding these structures. Some argue they are huge and create an annoying visual field amongst other things – see Cape Cod residents unhappy with offshore wind turbines while others will say that in a […]