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    Hand prints

    Hand prints

     
  2. 18:18 22nd Jul 2014

    Notes: 44

    Reblogged from rucksackrevolution

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    m-v-k-k-t-r-i-l-l-v:

I met coaltrain today.  It was pretty cool makes sense now why there is a coaltrain on every freight around here.

    m-v-k-k-t-r-i-l-l-v:

    I met coaltrain today.
    It was pretty cool makes sense now why there is a coaltrain on every freight around here.

     
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    The Agency, Shemp 09/08 “yep — 7” #theagency #shemp #moniker #railroad #boxcarart #hobomoniker #moniker #hobograffiti #markal #streak #freight #benchfreight #benchfr8 #monikerbench

    The Agency, Shemp 09/08 “yep — 7” #theagency #shemp #moniker #railroad #boxcarart #hobomoniker #moniker #hobograffiti #markal #streak #freight #benchfreight #benchfr8 #monikerbench

     
  4. 10:26

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    Happy birthday, best friend @audrey_snyder

    Happy birthday, best friend @audrey_snyder

     
  5. 10:02

    Notes: 1212

    Reblogged from mpdrolet

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    mpdrolet:

Jason Penner
     
  6. 22:42 21st Jul 2014

    Notes: 4

    Tags: rogue wave

    It is common for mid-ocean storm waves to reach 7 metres (23 ft) in height, and in extreme conditions such waves can reach heights of 15 metres (49 ft). However, for centuries maritime folklore told of the existence of much larger waves — up to 30 metres (98 ft) in height (approximately the height of a 10-story building) — that could appear without warning in mid-ocean, against the prevailing current and wave direction, and often in perfectly clear weather. Such waves were said to consist of an almost vertical wall of water preceded by a trough so deep that it was referred to as a “hole in the sea”; a ship encountering a wave of such magnitude would be unlikely to survive the tremendous pressures exerted by the weight of the breaking water, and would almost certainly be sunk in a matter of seconds or minutes.
    — Wikipedia
     
  7. 22:41

    Notes: 15

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    sailstead:

Big Wave

    sailstead:

    Big Wave

     
  8. 22:33

    Notes: 85

    Reblogged from oldbookillustrations

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The right of way.

Joseph Pennell, from Cycling, by William Coutts Keppel Earl of Albemarle and George Lacy Hillier, London, 1889.

(The idea for this ongoing series of illustrations on cycling was suggested by toutplacid — and a great idea that was)

(Source: archive.org)

    oldbookillustrations:

    The right of way.

    Joseph Pennell, from Cycling, by William Coutts Keppel Earl of Albemarle and George Lacy Hillier, London, 1889.

    (The idea for this ongoing series of illustrations on cycling was suggested by toutplacid — and a great idea that was)

    (Source: archive.org)

     
  9. 22:25

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    nevver:

Word on the Street
     
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    Gunsmoak & Hollywood 3/21/98 #gunsmoak #hollywood #moniker #streak #boxcarart #markal #hobomoniker #hobograffiti #railroad #freight #benchfr8 #benchfreight #monikermonday

    Gunsmoak & Hollywood 3/21/98 #gunsmoak #hollywood #moniker #streak #boxcarart #markal #hobomoniker #hobograffiti #railroad #freight #benchfr8 #benchfreight #monikermonday