Bradley Steel Bay Pole in brass toned finish Distance - approx 0.62 miles  Susanna Di Crosta Interiors Eastbourne Show information  Distance - approx 2.45 miles  TRACKman Eastbourne Show information

Bradley Steel Bay Pole in brass toned finish Distance - approx 0.62 miles Susanna Di Crosta Interiors Eastbourne Show information Distance - approx 2.45 miles TRACKman Eastbourne Show information

Sometimes we forget such beautiful things exist in England. Saltburn Tramway & Pier.

Sometimes we forget such beautiful things exist in England. Saltburn Tramway & Pier.

This absolute beauty is back on the rails in 2015 at Bury and I'm tempted to go all out

The flying Sc0tsman , Back On Track

This absolute beauty is back on the rails in 2015 at Bury and I'm tempted to go all out

The entrance to Euston underground station, London, 1908. The tube station served the City & South London and Hampstead railways, now the Victoria line. It was opened in 1907. © National Railway Museum and SSPL http://www.nrm.org.uk/ourcollection/photo?group=Euston&objid=1997-7409_LMS_1489

The entrance to Euston underground station, London, 1908. The tube station served the City & South London and Hampstead railways, now the Victoria line. It was opened in 1907. © National Railway Museum and SSPL http://www.nrm.org.uk/ourcollection/photo?group=Euston&objid=1997-7409_LMS_1489

"1878 - 1890 Victorian."  This looks like a modern-day movie costume (for Anna Karenina maybe? Oogh, that train), and I think the date may be off, because the bustle looks like the earlier style. Again, not mourning, but close.

"1878 - 1890 Victorian." This looks like a modern-day movie costume (for Anna Karenina maybe? Oogh, that train), and I think the date may be off, because the bustle looks like the earlier style. Again, not mourning, but close.

Isambard Brunel was an English engineer who changed how people lived forever in the mid 19th century. He was the man who proposed the width of railroad tracks now used all over the world today (4 feet 8 1/2 inches); he dug the first rail tunnels under a river; he built the first all-metal steamships capable of crossing the Atlantic (SS Great Western) in 1838 & built the biggest ship in the world (SS Great Britain). He was considered the greatest engineer of his age. His influence is felt…

SS Great Eastern: Brunel's Greatest Triumph or Folly?

Isambard Brunel was an English engineer who changed how people lived forever in the mid 19th century. He was the man who proposed the width of railroad tracks now used all over the world today (4 feet 8 1/2 inches); he dug the first rail tunnels under a river; he built the first all-metal steamships capable of crossing the Atlantic (SS Great Western) in 1838 & built the biggest ship in the world (SS Great Britain). He was considered the greatest engineer of his age. His influence is felt…

25 Epochal And Inspiring Steampunk Dresses For Women - Steampunko

25 Epochal And Inspiring Steampunk Dresses For Women

Entrance of St. Pancras International, London, Home of Eurostar and Gateway to the Continent by David Bank

Entrance of St. Pancras International, London, Home of Eurostar and Gateway to the Continent by David Bank

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