|Stained glass window of the|
|For employes there's the |
familiar time clock. Don't
cheat the clock, or else.
|Kick back and push that|
|Madsnapper's were every where !!|
|Show casing several types of|
locomotives of the day. These
were not the same gauge rail
tracks as the rails of today and
were used by private companys
to move their product around.
Mostly mining and timber.
The reflection in the glass is the
famous locomotive "General" of
civil war fame. I watched a video
at the museum that gave an
account of this famous run and
it was a harrowing feat by some
verry brave men.
|Featured here is a setup of how these|
early locomotives were built and assembled.
|Below is an almost completely|
|You've herd of hole in the wall ?|
Well now you've visited hole in
the ground. Just jump right in.
Break a leg.
|What ever they serve must be by fire,|
|"They were here before you were born" |
I'm sure they'r talking about the
|Should Ye loose yer girlfriend, yer best friend,|
or if some one stole yer dog, matie. Come in
sit and drink yer fill, we'll not tell a soul.
But you scoundrel if ye lose yer wooden leg,
or ye eye patch, then out the back door ye
go ye worthless scoundrel !!!
|One Eyed Lizzy's, back door.|
|Above and below, if you click on the |
Photo you'll see a dragonfly in the
|Check out the feet on this Heron. The|
feet have joints much like the joint's
on our finger's that can wrap around a
limb or branch, also there seems to be
long claw like nails. It would be hard to
make this bird let go of it's perch
|Below, not sure what is going on, much|
like our Government, I guess. Lot's of
squaking, wing flapping, jumping out of
the water and on to the mudd.