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Spider On The Pond
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Beautiful sunset while out taking bird photos
Rainbow and the Eiffel Tour
Tribal Family
Duck in a pool on the National Mall
Sax Man
hand drawn large scale mandala in the sand
Grand Haven Peir, Night
Hot air balloon at the Carolina Balloon Festival
Havana Cuba
A Boston and Maine Pullman Car made in 1906
A photo of a shelterbelt on a drive.
Time to Act
A creek on Mountain Loop Hwy, Darrington, WA
A pigeon perched on ledge outside the Vatican
North Avenue Beach
Lily Pad Frog
A regular day at the Walt Disney Concert Hall, LA
Botswana Safari, Lions at Dawn
Scarcity of Rainfall
Detroit Public Library Mural
Sailboat on the water off Singer Island
14th Annual Smithsonian.com Photo Contest
A Boston and Maine Pullman Car made in 1906

This coach is a Boston and Maine 1216 that was made in 1906 by the Pullman Car Company. It is a wooden coach that could seat 74 people. The coach was renumbered to 216 in 1932 and to W3265 when it was converted for maintenance of way service in 1941. In September of 2016 it was demolished due to its physical condition. Stored off-site.

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Scranton, Pennsylvania, United States of America
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Date Taken: 09.2016
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Date Uploaded: Nov. 14, 2016, 11:12 a.m.
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