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Fairfax Bridge, WA near Rainier National Park | January, 2018
 
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Our travels on this wet and rainy day took us along highway 165 heading east towards the Carbon River entrance to Mount Rainier National Park. But Mount Rainier was not our destination today… instead we wanted to check out a towering 250ft bridge that spans the Carbon River. This bridge is almost 100 years old, and there are only two of these three-hinged steel arches left in the state of Washington. It’s called a three-hinged bridge because of the rather unige design of placing a third hinge point right in the center of the bridge. It was built in 1921 as the nearby towns of Fairfax and Melmont were experiencing a coal mining boom. There was also a sizable lumber company nearby. The coal boom did not last however, and Fairfax became a ghost town by 1941. This bridge was the highest span in the state at the time of it’s construction. It is sometimes called the O’Farrell Bridge and is listed on the National Register of Historic Places. You can get great pictures of the bridge from either side, although the descent on the east side of the bridge is fairly steep and for some reason there were power lines running at eye level across it the day we were there. There is a significant trail on the east side of the canyon and you can find directions online for a hike to the nearby ghost town of Melmont. This is a great spot to visit at any time of the year. The observation decks can get quite slippery in the rain, though and for some odd reason they slope away fairly steeply away from the bridge and the guardrails are not very high, so watch your step. Also note that it is only a one-way bridge, so stopping in the middle with your car is not a great option. It’s best to go the west side and pull off in the turnout before walking back to the bridge on foot. We hope you enjoyed this overview and next time you are in the area, you should definitely check out this fantastic old bridge. Till next time, happy exploring! More information can be found here: https://www.wsdot.wa.gov/Environment/CulRes/bridges.htm#Fairfax https://visitrainier.com/fairfax-ghost-town-2/ https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Fairfax_Bridge_(Washington) http://www.loc.gov/pictures/item/wa0411/ http://www.historylink.org/File/7259 http://www.nwhighways.amhosting.net/165.html http://www.hikingwithmybrother.com/fairfax-townsite.html
Alaska Gold Mining
 
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Alaska Gold Mining - http://www.california-gold-rush-miner.us Alaska gold prospecting. There are many active gold mining operations in and outside Nome Alaska. For investment or just a very special unique gift visit: http://www.california-gold-rush-miner.us for a large selection of natural gold nuggets, silver nuggets, gold pin-pointers, gram scales & pro gold picks. For good search engine optimization ideas, visit a great SEO blog at: http://www.websitetrafficbuilders.com/websitetrafficbuilders/
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Carbon River Mine MRNP
 
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Peer into a closed mine shaft in Mt. Rainier National Park.
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Rainier:  The first underground nuclear test
 
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Richard Qvale, head of the mining engineering phase of the nuclear underground testing project for E. J. Longyear Company, recalls the Rainier shot conducted 19 Sep 1957 at the Nevada Test Site.
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Stevens Canyon road
 
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Mt Rainier
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Fairfax Ghost Town Bridge
 
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It's fair to say that Fairfax is not easy to find - in fact many hikers have never heard of this ghost town in the Carbon River valley outside the Carbon River Entrance of Mount Rainier National Park. Fairfax and neighboring Melmont are two mining towns that sprung up in the late 19th and early 20th centuries when coal was discovered in the foothills. Both town sites are nestled between the Carbon River and foothills outside Mount Rainier National Park. Fairfax was platted in the late 1890s when the Northern Pacific Railway extended its line from Carbonado to Fairfax (the historic bridge over the Carbon River south of Carbonado is named for Fairfax). In addition to coal deposits there was also a lumber mill, the Manley-Moor Lumber Company, nearby that employed over 200 men. Like many mining towns Fairfax was a "melting pot." At Christmas miners took up collections to purchase Christmas presents for every child in town and baseball was a passion for all ages and ethnicities in summer. By the early 1900s coking ovens were producing more than 250,000 tons of coal per month and as the population grew so did the demand for coal. Until 1921, access to Fairfax was only by rail or horse (in 1921 Pierce County extended the road over the Carbon River and into Fairfax). However, in just over 20 years the town went from boom to bust -- the demand for coal dropped as oil and gasoline were increasingly used to meet energy needs. Houses were abandoned or salvaged and by1941 Fairfax was a ghost town. Pierce County retained the lands until 2002 - then the county set aside several hundred acres as open space for the public. Encroaching forest, floods and fires also took a toll on the town. The Fairfax Hotel and school burned down and the Carbon River railroad bridge washed away. Today only a few pillars from some of the mine buildings remain and purportedly coke ovens (which we did not find). We did find the site of the railroad turntable indicated by a center post. Getting to Fairfax is an adventure. The hike begins on a decommissioned road (closed to vehicles) a couple miles south of the Fairfax Bridge (see getting there for details). In addition to ditches and berms you'll also encounter a few downed trees and boggy areas that spill out across the road during the rainy seasons - sturdy boots are strongly suggested. As the road levels off in the valley it becomes more difficult to follow. As vegetation leafs out in the summer, you may have to navigate the old-fashioned way, by lay of the land. Once you are at the level of the valley the road fades to a slight indentation through a large, grassy meadow where a few, lichen-encrusted fruit trees still cling to life: This is Upper Fairfax (Lower Fairfax is on the other side of the river). Our major discovery was finding the Fairfax swimming pool (you'll find it by staying on the track through the meadow). The pool is huge, at least by "artifact" standards. The foundations of the pool are intact as are the moss-covered steps leading down into the pool (the pool was inside the school house). We looked for abutments of the railroad bridge that spanned the Carbon River when the railroad ran between Carbonado (where coal was processed in the early 1900s) and Fairfax. The remains of the railroad bridge and coke ovens eluded us; after several tries we had to call it a day. Even if you don't find any artifacts, the meadow is an idyllic place to sit and listen to the whispers of the Carbon River and ponder what it might have been like to live and work here a hundred years ago or so. Today it is a quiet place, a setting of abandoned apple trees, grasses, ferns, wild roses, orchids and trilliums; in the fall you'll also find mushrooms. You will certainly discover as did we that one visit is not enough. Getting to Fairfax - From Wilkeson/Carbonado continue on route State Route 165 toward the Carbon River entrance of Mount Rainier National Park (go mid-week if possible as parking is limited). About a half mile past the Fairfax Bridge turn left at the split in the road onto the Carbon River Road. Continue a scant two miles to where you will see several large boulders just off the road (left). Park in the small pullout there and walk down the road to the meadow, then head north (left). Explore. As always - if you do encounter private property signs do not trespass. Refer to the site below (Ghost Towns of Washington) for their "Code of Ethics" which should apply to anyone interested in exploring ghost towns.
Views: 1254 Manuel Rincon
Fairfax Ghost Town
 
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It's fair to say that Fairfax is not easy to find - in fact many hikers have never heard of this ghost town in the Carbon River valley outside the Carbon River Entrance of Mount Rainier National Park. Fairfax and neighboring Melmont are two mining towns that sprung up in the late 19th and early 20th centuries when coal was discovered in the foothills. Both town sites are nestled between the Carbon River and foothills outside Mount Rainier National Park. Fairfax was platted in the late 1890s when the Northern Pacific Railway extended its line from Carbonado to Fairfax (the historic bridge over the Carbon River south of Carbonado is named for Fairfax). In addition to coal deposits there was also a lumber mill, the Manley-Moor Lumber Company, nearby that employed over 200 men. Like many mining towns Fairfax was a "melting pot." At Christmas miners took up collections to purchase Christmas presents for every child in town and baseball was a passion for all ages and ethnicities in summer. By the early 1900s coking ovens were producing more than 250,000 tons of coal per month and as the population grew so did the demand for coal. Until 1921, access to Fairfax was only by rail or horse (in 1921 Pierce County extended the road over the Carbon River and into Fairfax). However, in just over 20 years the town went from boom to bust -- the demand for coal dropped as oil and gasoline were increasingly used to meet energy needs. Houses were abandoned or salvaged and by1941 Fairfax was a ghost town. Pierce County retained the lands until 2002 - then the county set aside several hundred acres as open space for the public. Encroaching forest, floods and fires also took a toll on the town. The Fairfax Hotel and school burned down and the Carbon River railroad bridge washed away. Today only a few pillars from some of the mine buildings remain and purportedly coke ovens (which we did not find). We did find the site of the railroad turntable indicated by a center post. Getting to Fairfax is an adventure. The hike begins on a decommissioned road (closed to vehicles) a couple miles south of the Fairfax Bridge (see getting there for details). In addition to ditches and berms you'll also encounter a few downed trees and boggy areas that spill out across the road during the rainy seasons - sturdy boots are strongly suggested. As the road levels off in the valley it becomes more difficult to follow. As vegetation leafs out in the summer, you may have to navigate the old-fashioned way, by lay of the land. Once you are at the level of the valley the road fades to a slight indentation through a large, grassy meadow where a few, lichen-encrusted fruit trees still cling to life: This is Upper Fairfax (Lower Fairfax is on the other side of the river). Our major discovery was finding the Fairfax swimming pool (you'll find it by staying on the track through the meadow). The pool is huge, at least by "artifact" standards. The foundations of the pool are intact as are the moss-covered steps leading down into the pool (the pool was inside the school house). We looked for abutments of the railroad bridge that spanned the Carbon River when the railroad ran between Carbonado (where coal was processed in the early 1900s) and Fairfax. The remains of the railroad bridge and coke ovens eluded us; after several tries we had to call it a day. Even if you don't find any artifacts, the meadow is an idyllic place to sit and listen to the whispers of the Carbon River and ponder what it might have been like to live and work here a hundred years ago or so. Today it is a quiet place, a setting of abandoned apple trees, grasses, ferns, wild roses, orchids and trilliums; in the fall you'll also find mushrooms. You will certainly discover as did we that one visit is not enough. Getting to Fairfax - From Wilkeson/Carbonado continue on route State Route 165 toward the Carbon River entrance of Mount Rainier National Park (go mid-week if possible as parking is limited). About a half mile past the Fairfax Bridge turn left at the split in the road onto the Carbon River Road. Continue a scant two miles to where you will see several large boulders just off the road (left). Park in the small pullout there and walk down the road to the meadow, then head north (left). Explore. As always - if you do encounter private property signs do not trespass. Refer to the site below (Ghost Towns of Washington) for their "Code of Ethics" which should apply to anyone interested in exploring ghost towns.
Views: 711 Manuel Rincon
Fairfax Ghost Town
 
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It's fair to say that Fairfax is not easy to find - in fact many hikers have never heard of this ghost town in the Carbon River valley outside the Carbon River Entrance of Mount Rainier National Park. Fairfax and neighboring Melmont are two mining towns that sprung up in the late 19th and early 20th centuries when coal was discovered in the foothills. Both town sites are nestled between the Carbon River and foothills outside Mount Rainier National Park. Fairfax was platted in the late 1890s when the Northern Pacific Railway extended its line from Carbonado to Fairfax (the historic bridge over the Carbon River south of Carbonado is named for Fairfax). In addition to coal deposits there was also a lumber mill, the Manley-Moor Lumber Company, nearby that employed over 200 men. Like many mining towns Fairfax was a "melting pot." At Christmas miners took up collections to purchase Christmas presents for every child in town and baseball was a passion for all ages and ethnicities in summer. By the early 1900s coking ovens were producing more than 250,000 tons of coal per month and as the population grew so did the demand for coal. Until 1921, access to Fairfax was only by rail or horse (in 1921 Pierce County extended the road over the Carbon River and into Fairfax). However, in just over 20 years the town went from boom to bust -- the demand for coal dropped as oil and gasoline were increasingly used to meet energy needs. Houses were abandoned or salvaged and by1941 Fairfax was a ghost town. Pierce County retained the lands until 2002 - then the county set aside several hundred acres as open space for the public. Encroaching forest, floods and fires also took a toll on the town. The Fairfax Hotel and school burned down and the Carbon River railroad bridge washed away. Today only a few pillars from some of the mine buildings remain and purportedly coke ovens (which we did not find). We did find the site of the railroad turntable indicated by a center post. Getting to Fairfax is an adventure. The hike begins on a decommissioned road (closed to vehicles) a couple miles south of the Fairfax Bridge (see getting there for details). In addition to ditches and berms you'll also encounter a few downed trees and boggy areas that spill out across the road during the rainy seasons - sturdy boots are strongly suggested. As the road levels off in the valley it becomes more difficult to follow. As vegetation leafs out in the summer, you may have to navigate the old-fashioned way, by lay of the land. Once you are at the level of the valley the road fades to a slight indentation through a large, grassy meadow where a few, lichen-encrusted fruit trees still cling to life: This is Upper Fairfax (Lower Fairfax is on the other side of the river). Our major discovery was finding the Fairfax swimming pool (you'll find it by staying on the track through the meadow). The pool is huge, at least by "artifact" standards. The foundations of the pool are intact as are the moss-covered steps leading down into the pool (the pool was inside the school house). We looked for abutments of the railroad bridge that spanned the Carbon River when the railroad ran between Carbonado (where coal was processed in the early 1900s) and Fairfax. The remains of the railroad bridge and coke ovens eluded us; after several tries we had to call it a day. Even if you don't find any artifacts, the meadow is an idyllic place to sit and listen to the whispers of the Carbon River and ponder what it might have been like to live and work here a hundred years ago or so. Today it is a quiet place, a setting of abandoned apple trees, grasses, ferns, wild roses, orchids and trilliums; in the fall you'll also find mushrooms. You will certainly discover as did we that one visit is not enough. Getting to Fairfax - From Wilkeson/Carbonado continue on route State Route 165 toward the Carbon River entrance of Mount Rainier National Park (go mid-week if possible as parking is limited). About a half mile past the Fairfax Bridge turn left at the split in the road onto the Carbon River Road. Continue a scant two miles to where you will see several large boulders just off the road (left). Park in the small pullout there and walk down the road to the meadow, then head north (left). Explore. As always - if you do encounter private property signs do not trespass. Refer to the site below (Ghost Towns of Washington) for their "Code of Ethics" which should apply to anyone interested in exploring ghost towns.
Views: 552 Manuel Rincon
Welcome to Holden Village
 
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This short film captures a few days of village life in this isolated mountain retreat center in the Washington Cascades. Holden is a place to celebrate Life, Community, and Renewal. In 1961 Holden was donated to the Lutheran Church by the Howe Sound Mining Company. Now, it serves as a retreat for those who come as guests and those who work on staff, for three weeks to several years. To learn more, visit www.holdenvillage.org
Views: 10318 Kai Staats
Him Cableways
 
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Him Cableways was incorporated in the year 1992 with the intent to provide alternate transportation solutions which are viable, cost-effective and eco-friendly. We are leading manufacturers, exporters and suppliers of innovative high-quality material handling equipment including Aerial Ropeways, Cable Cranes for radial and parallel applications, Conveyors and vertical/inclined passenger carrying Elevators. With in-house facilities to design, fabricate and manufacture Ropeway systems as per NS-EN ISO 9001:208 / ISO 9001:2008, we provide customized solutions to the client, in accordance with their variegated requirements of aerial transportation needs in the plains and mountainous terrain. The company has also in its bag of installations, highest Ropeway Systems at 20,000 feet with temperatures dropping to -40 degrees Celsius under most inhospitable conditions on the Siachen Glacier in the Greater Himalayas for the Indian Army, which are running absolutely trouble free. Some of our installations include: Ropeways for the Indian Army After the devastating earthquakes in Nepal, we provided Ropeways for rescue operations and to transport ration to remote areas Ropeways for Rural Development to connect hill-top villages Ropeways for transporting agricultural produce in the mountains Ropeways for hydro-electric projects for construction of dams Ropeways for penstock laying Ropeways for cement factories Ropeways for the mining industry Ropeways for the tourism industry Recently, we installed a Ropeway for rehabilitating a 1000-year-old monastery in Bhutan Apart from Ropeways, we manufacture and export steel Scaffoldings/Formwork and Highway Fencing items to Europe, USA, and the Middle East, which include: Fencing poles Tensioning clamps Rollers Track wheels Shuttering clamps Pipe clamps Jack Stands We have also developed and launched an Electric Rikshaw recently which is widely being accepted.
Views: 3184 Tuneer Garga
North West flying #3. flying In a old coal mining town  "Black Diamond wa" 2nd time
 
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Beginning in the 1880s Black Diamond was a rural coal mining area, developed by the Black Diamond Coal Mining Company of California, Now Im Flying There, and you can see it from the air with a HD 720p Dice Mini Camera
Views: 196 Oagh
My 7 Networkers
 
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My 7 Networkers Top 10 Ways to Make Money with Bitcoin | Learn How To Make Money with Bitcoin - Since bitcoin’s recent highs, the cryptocurrency has once again awoken the interest of the media, regulators, and speculators. Both the reputation and the regulatory environment for bitcoin is turning for the positive around the globally and speculators are once again investing heavily in the world’s first decentralised digital currency. In this post, you will discover ten ways to make money with bitcoin to help you get started with becoming a part of the bitcoin community or, at the very least, earn a bit of extra money by leveraging everyone’s favourite cryptocurrency. Our number one way to earn Bitcoin is... 1. My 7 Networker Go to http://my7networker.com and sign up for you FREE account. Use Sponsor Name: BitcoinMagician to unlock exclusive bonuses! Is My7Networker A Scam Can I Make Money With Cryptocurrency My7Networks Opportunity Best My 7 Networks Teams How Do U Make Money With Cryptocurrency My 7 Networker 2. Buying and Holding Bitcoins If you want to start earning bitcoin you first need to obtain a bitcoin wallet, which is used to send, receive and store your bitcoins. You can obtain one from an online based service such as Coinbase or Blockchain.info. These are two of the most used bitcoin wallet and come with an online and a mobile version. Having said that, the safest way to store your bitcoins would be offline. For that, you could use a so-called “cold wallet” such as Trezor. Once you have a wallet service, you can establish multiple bitcoin addresses, which allow you to receive bitcoins from others. No real life addresses are necessary, just your bitcoin address will suffice for any digital currency transfers. All transaction can then be viewed on the blockchain at Blockchain.info. This is why bitcoin is considered as a semi-anonymous digital currency as transactions are linked to bitcoin addresses but who is behind those addresses is unknown. How To Make Money With Bitcoin For Cheap My 7 Bitcoin Tools Ways To Make Money With Cryptocurrency Make Money On Cryptocurrency Make Money From Cryptocurrency Can You Really Make Money With Bitcoin How Can I Make Money With Cryptocurrency 3. Bitcoin Mining we love bitcoinMining bitcoins can be quite complex and is usually not recommended for beginners. The process entails the use of sophisticated machines that are expensive and consume quite a lot of electricity to solve mathematical algorithms in exchange for bitcoins. Bitcoin miners enable bitcoin transactions by sharing their processing power. In exchange for enabling the bitcoin network to function, they are rewarding with new bitcoins. This is what “mining” refers to. Having said that, it is no longer considered lucrative for individuals to mine at home using mining equipment and the shift is being made towards more large-scale operations. If you do want to engage in bitcoin mining and are willing to invest in expensive mining hardware, it is strongly advisable to join a mining pool. In a mining pool, miners pool their resources together and share their hashing power with the aim of solving a block and dividing the reward equally, depending on the number of shares contributed by each person. It is an effective way to motivate small-scale miners to continue their involvement in mining activities. Some popular mining pools are: Antpool BTCC SlushPool Bitcoin Cloud Mining Alternatively, you could engage in bitcoin cloud mining. Bitcoin cloud mining is the process of mining bitcoins using a remote datacenter with shared processing power. Cloud mining is beneficial to individuals as it allows them to carry out their mining activities without having to manage the mining hardware. It enables you to earn bitcoins without mining software, mining hardware, bandwidth, electricity or other offline issues. However, there is a cost associated with cloud mining as a service and this will have an effect on your bottom line. The most reputable cloud mining company is Genesis Mining. I personally have a small bitcoin mining contract running with them. Having said that, the time it will take you to break even on bitcoin cloud mining can easily take well over a year and that is assuming the price of bitcoin doesn’t drop. If you want to play your part in the bitcoin network and want to mine at a low cost, then cloud mining is a good option. If you are looking for a lucrative investment, however, you are much better off just buying the cryptocurrency itself or engaging in peer-to-peer bitcoin lending. My 7 Bitcoin Team Make Money With Bitcoin Trading Make Money With Bitcoin Best Way To Make Money With Cryptocurrency My7Network WARNING How To Make Money With My7Networkers My 7 Networks SCAM Facts: No Monthly Payments No Levels 2 x 2 Matrix 6 people pays out .5 Bitcoin Cycle Style Matrix One Time Cost of .21BTC to start Every Cycle You Pay .01 not the full amount Cycle as many times as you can per day https://
Views: 1 Jesus Green
Brimstone & New River Railroad Bridge
 
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A short video showing the railroad bridge crossing the New River in Scott County Tennessee. I will provide a brief history of the railroad company below. The Brimstone Railroad was chartered in May of 1942 as a common carrier line in eastern Tennessee in order to form a successor for a series of smaller lumbering roads. In one form or another, it operated as a coal-hauling line until April 1, 1966. It was purchased by Georgia-Pacific Corporation and later the Southern Railway. Brimstone operated two Shay locomotives, #35 and #36. #35 was built in August of 1910, and ran on coal/water. #35 is currently dismantled in Australia. #36 was built in January 1916. Both were built by Lima Locomotive Company. #36 now belongs to Cass Scenic Railroad.
Views: 347 TruckerJustin
Make Money With My 7 Networkers
 
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Make Money With My 7 Networkers Top 10 Ways to Make Money with Bitcoin | Learn How To Make Money with Bitcoin - Since bitcoin’s recent highs, the cryptocurrency has once again awoken the interest of the media, regulators, and speculators. Both the reputation and the regulatory environment for bitcoin is turning for the positive around the globally and speculators are once again investing heavily in the world’s first decentralised digital currency. In this post, you will discover ten ways to make money with bitcoin to help you get started with becoming a part of the bitcoin community or, at the very least, earn a bit of extra money by leveraging everyone’s favourite cryptocurrency. Our number one way to earn Bitcoin is... 1. My 7 Networker Go to http://my7networker.com and sign up for you FREE account. Use Sponsor Name: BitcoinMagician to unlock exclusive bonuses! Making Money With Bitcoin Mlm How To Make Quick Money With Cryptocurrency Is The Money To Be Made With Bitcoin Make Money With Bitcoin Fast 2017 Online Bitcoin Opportunities My7Bitcoin SCAM 2. Buying and Holding Bitcoins If you want to start earning bitcoin you first need to obtain a bitcoin wallet, which is used to send, receive and store your bitcoins. You can obtain one from an online based service such as Coinbase or Blockchain.info. These are two of the most used bitcoin wallet and come with an online and a mobile version. Having said that, the safest way to store your bitcoins would be offline. For that, you could use a so-called “cold wallet” such as Trezor. Once you have a wallet service, you can establish multiple bitcoin addresses, which allow you to receive bitcoins from others. No real life addresses are necessary, just your bitcoin address will suffice for any digital currency transfers. All transaction can then be viewed on the blockchain at Blockchain.info. This is why bitcoin is considered as a semi-anonymous digital currency as transactions are linked to bitcoin addresses but who is behind those addresses is unknown. Make Money With Bitcoin 2016 My7Bitcoin WARNING Is My7Network A Scam How To Make Money With My7Bitcoin My 7 Networks Opportunity Can You Really Make Money With Cryptocurrency How To Make Money With Cryptocurrency 2017 3. Bitcoin Mining we love bitcoinMining bitcoins can be quite complex and is usually not recommended for beginners. The process entails the use of sophisticated machines that are expensive and consume quite a lot of electricity to solve mathematical algorithms in exchange for bitcoins. Bitcoin miners enable bitcoin transactions by sharing their processing power. In exchange for enabling the bitcoin network to function, they are rewarding with new bitcoins. This is what “mining” refers to. Having said that, it is no longer considered lucrative for individuals to mine at home using mining equipment and the shift is being made towards more large-scale operations. If you do want to engage in bitcoin mining and are willing to invest in expensive mining hardware, it is strongly advisable to join a mining pool. In a mining pool, miners pool their resources together and share their hashing power with the aim of solving a block and dividing the reward equally, depending on the number of shares contributed by each person. It is an effective way to motivate small-scale miners to continue their involvement in mining activities. Some popular mining pools are: Antpool BTCC SlushPool Bitcoin Cloud Mining Alternatively, you could engage in bitcoin cloud mining. Bitcoin cloud mining is the process of mining bitcoins using a remote datacenter with shared processing power. Cloud mining is beneficial to individuals as it allows them to carry out their mining activities without having to manage the mining hardware. It enables you to earn bitcoins without mining software, mining hardware, bandwidth, electricity or other offline issues. However, there is a cost associated with cloud mining as a service and this will have an effect on your bottom line. The most reputable cloud mining company is Genesis Mining. I personally have a small bitcoin mining contract running with them. Having said that, the time it will take you to break even on bitcoin cloud mining can easily take well over a year and that is assuming the price of bitcoin doesn’t drop. If you want to play your part in the bitcoin network and want to mine at a low cost, then cloud mining is a good option. If you are looking for a lucrative investment, however, you are much better off just buying the cryptocurrency itself or engaging in peer-to-peer bitcoin lending. How Do U Make Money With Bitcoin Make Money With Bitcoin 2017 Is My7Bitcoin A Scam How To Make Money With Cryptocurrency Trading My 7 Networks WARNING How To Make Money With Bitcoin Today How To Make Money With My7Bitcoins Facts: No Monthly Payments No Levels 2 x 2 Matrix 6 people pays out .5 Bitcoin Cycle Style Matrix One Time Cost of .21BTC to start Every Cycle You Pay .01 not the full am
Views: 1 Jesus Green
Stop the Coal Rush
 
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University of Texas College Environmentalists
Triple Falls Mining & Lumber Company
 
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Triple Falls Mining & Lumber Company
Views: 20 jverrilli
Rediscovering a Forgotten Town: Exploring Franklin Ghost Town
 
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Discover a town that has been forgotten by history. So today, maybe a little something different from your typical nature content. We're visiting a local ghost town near where I live! This is the Franklin Ghost Town. Located in Black Diamond, Washington, this area is a popular area as a tourist destination. There is very interesting history in regards to this town. While the place is overrun with invasive species, it is still a beautiful hike that is close to civilization. Notes: Make sure to bring at least $5 in cash to pay for parking. You wouldn't want to get your car towed. The parking lot is private property! This town was the spot for a coal mining operation by the Oregon Improvement Company. Starting from 1882 to 1891, this town was in operation extracting coal from the ground. However, on August 24 1894, there was a disaster. A fire was present in the mines and this killed 37 miners. It was an intentional attack... By 1919, all operations ceased and everyone vacated the area. What is left are simple small artifacts scattered throughout the land. I tried doing a more historic video rather than nature focused this time around. Trying to get myself on camera more If you want to connect with me, follow me on instagram @daniel_shinwoo
Views: 250 EcoEsque
West Side Logging Railroad
 
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The most comprehensive video available on this subject. Bert Bergstrom began his West Side Engineman's career in 1916! His often humorous stories breathe life into this documentary based on material from Don Olsen's archives, which as been masterfully crafted by film-maker Warren Haack. http://www.catenaryvideo.com
Views: 71282 Warren Haack
Mountain Division Soldiers - Afghanistan 2013
 
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Highlights of the U.S. Army 1st Brigade 10th Mountain Division Soldiers in their day to day duties during Operation Enduring Freedom (Afghanistan) in 2013. U.S. Army video by Sgt. Bryan James Edited by USA Patriotism! http://www.usa-patriotism.com "Pride of America!" "American Pride" book ... http://www.americanpridebook.com USA Store ... http://www.usa-patriotism.com/store/ America and Military Themed Gifts and Collectibles
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Rainier Skyline Excavators
 
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Hope running out for trapped miners
 
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Novoshakhtinsk 1. Priests watching rescuing operation 2. Close up priest's cross 3. Close up priest's face looking up 4. Workers preparing makeshift rescue equipment 5. Crane pushing equipment down mineshaft 6. Rescuing manager discussing operation 7. Rescue equipment falling down in the mineshaft, loud boom as it goes down 8. Workers watching rescuing operation 9. Crane moving pipes for rescue 10. Rescuers moving equipment into place 11. Man cutting off cable 12. Rescuer smoking 13. Man cutting off cable 14. Wide shot top of mine 15. SOUNDBITE (Russian) Lev Straikovsky, director of Rostov-on-Don Mining Company: "If people are in the place, where we suppose they are, they should be alive. If we are in time and we will be so, we will take them out. I think that at the moment the guarantees for saving them are quite high." 16. Tube at the edge of the mineshaft 17. Miners 18. Old woman carrying carriage with maize STORYLINE: Russian rescue teams are tunnelling closer to 13 coal miners who have been trapped in a flooded shaft for four days, but icy water from an underground lake slowed efforts to reach the men. Working from an adjacent mine, the rescue teams are digging closer to where the trapped men are believed to have fled after a subterranean lake burst through a shaft and blocked their escape, the Interfax news agency reported. Rescue officials said on Monday they believed 13 miners, trapped in the Zapadnaya mine in southern Russia, could still be alive as long as they had air to breathe. According to Interfax news agency the rescuers had drilled 40 metres (131 feet) of the approximately 53 metres (174 feet) separating the two mines. The deputy chairman of the Russian mine safety authority said they expected to reach the miners in the early hours of Tuesday. On Saturday, 33 exhausted miners were brought to the surface but emergency workers were unable to locate the position of 13 others . The miners were working some 800 metres (2625 feet) down the Zapadnaya mine on Thursday when water from a subterranean lake leaked into a shaft above them, blocking their way to the surface. Despite efforts to plug the flow of water into the dam, new torrents flooded into the shaft on Monday, the ITAR-Tass news agency reported. Hundreds of tons of rock, soil and reinforced concrete pillars were dumped into the shaft to seal the leak, but water continued to flow into the mine. There were 71 miners working in the Zapadnaya mine in the Rostov-on-Don region, about one thousand kilometres (600 miles) south of Moscow, when the accident happened. Twenty-five miners managed to escape to other pits and reach the surface after the leak filled several shafts. You can license this story through AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/metadata/youtube/c6c6f15b249410994f1b3e0bfca22df5 Find out more about AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/HowWeWork
Views: 17 AP Archive
Cornich Timber - An Sn3 Logging Railroad with Working Incline
 
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This video shows the logging operations of the Cornich Timber Company on Bill Scheef's Sn3 Wind River Railroad. The video show trains moving log trains between the Reload and the sawmill at Port Carrie. The operating incline that moves log cars on and off the hill is of particular note,
Views: 7458 Barry D
Railtown 1897 State Historic Park in Jamestown Ca.
 
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Railtown 1897 State Historic Park is a part of California State Parks and has been a popular site for motion picture and television location filming since 1919. Hundreds of films and television programs have benefitted from the combinations of scenery, equipment, and action possible, ranging from “My Little Chickadee” to “High Noon” and “Petticoat Junction.” There are two distinct components at Railtown 1897 which together offer a truly comprehensive selection of site, landscape, action and historic railroad equipment options. Railtown 1897 itself is a state park site comprised of numerous historic railroad buildings, tracks, turn-of-the-century machinery, modern and historic railroad equipment, a working turntable, and the unmistakable ambience of the past. This is a working railroad shop, so that equipment is constantly under repair and the general “feel” of the facility is one of legitimate activity. The route of the Sierra Railroad extends from the semi-arid San Joaquin Valley floor at Oakdale through amazingly varied countryside to the hilly, heavily forested terrain of Tuolumne County. In between, the railroad passes through sparsely populated areas capable of representing the classic West, deciduous forests typical of the Allegheny Mountains, tallgrass prairie, high plains, and pine forests typical of the upper Mid-West and plains. The terrain ranges from sweeping open vistas to twisting curves through deep cuts and over high fills. There are many different vantage points from which to frame action on this railroad, and the railroad is long enough to suggest journeys of great distances. You can help support my channel by clicking on any of my Amazon links below when you want to buy any thing on Amazon, will cost you nothing but will help me. Thanks. Kemflo Aicro AICRO-NSF 10 inch x 2 inch 1/4 inch FPT GAC Inline Filter https://amzn.to/2KHlL4a Perfect Desiccated Liver Capsules https://amzn.to/2G5F5Wg Deck Fill With Slotted Cap Deck Plate Key-Nylon http://amzn.to/2pxIoPI GASPRO 3/8 Inch Natural Gas Quick Connect Fittings,LP Gas Propane Hose Quick Disconnect Kit, 100% Solid Brass http://amzn.to/2GgbPze MTI Industries 65-542-P-WT Safe T Alert Carbon Monoxide Alarm - Flush Mount, White http://amzn.to/2FVETww MorningRising 12V DIY Electric Roller Blind / Shade Tubular 25mm Motor Kit & Remote Controller http://amzn.to/2pzHYrg amFilm Screen Protector http://amzn.to/2u7iAh1 CCI 100 Permanent State Sticker http://amzn.to/2idKl0O Texsport Rainier Compact Dual Burner Propane Stove http://amzn.to/2iKsxr8 NAXA Electronics ND-842 Slim Portable DVD Player with AC/DC Function - Black http://amzn.to/2hxP9NJ SuperSonic 1080p LED Widescreen HDTV with HDMI Input and AC/DC Compatible for RVs, 24-Inch http://amzn.to/2hxPvEa APC LE1200 Line-R 1200VA Automatic Voltage Regulator http://amzn.to/2idHBAC Zhiyun Smooth-C Gimbal for iPhone http://amzn.to/2i5wpWx Rode VideoMic Me w/wind shock iPhone http://amzn.to/2hroItb Rode VideoMic Me without wind shock http://amzn.to/2hrkEZO RedPort Halo Wi-Fi Extender System http://www.redportglobal.com/marine-s... Stove top espresso maker http://amzn.to/2pmnYqE DJI Phantom4 http://amzn.to/2sM0wYM SJ4000 Action camera http://amzn.to/2sDWXU3 Joby Gorillapod http://amzn.to/2sMeji1 Selfie stick http://amzn.to/2sDStgu Comica shotgun mic http://amzn.to/2sLYMPc ASUS gaming laptop http://amzn.to/2spaf4I Rode DDCGO DeadCat Go Artificial Fur Wind Shield http://amzn.to/2vrDvMz Sony FDRX3000/W Underwater Camcorder 4K, White http://amzn.to/2w4JAeW JOBY Suction Cup with GorillaPod Arm for GoPro and sony http://amzn.to/2xWcqiS Deluxe All In Lens Kit For CANON VIXIA HF R8oo http://amzn.to/2y0lIMw Kreg Tool Company KHI-HINGE Concealed Hinge Jig http://amzn.to/2y0DVK2 Kreg MKJKIT Mini Kreg Jig Kit http://amzn.to/2yFL4hy Will Prowse solar book i used http://amzn.to/2zQoNO0 Delta T14294-RB Linden Monitor 14 Series Shower Trim, Venetian Bronze http://amzn.to/2AFjS3a Delta R10000-UNBXHF Multichoice Universal Shower Only Valve Body http://amzn.to/2jkt2ha Novalinea - PVC Drain for Tiled Shower Bases, with 3 Different Strainer Grate Patterns, for 2" Sch.40 pipe http://amzn.to/2i6Tvvc Critter spray gun http://amzn.to/2AXiMmV 50 Pack paint strainers http://amzn.to/2Cocf17 Water and Oil Separator http://amzn.to/2CnJ26q Logitech HD Pro Webcam C920 http://amzn.to/2DHonuU
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Hardrock Showcase: Humboldt National Forest
 
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1991. Provides a brief history of Nevada mining followed by an overview of modern-day gold mining in the state. Produced by the USDA Forest Service in cooperation with the Independence Mining Company, the video explores the steps the company has taken to reduce mining impacts at the Big Springs Mine of Nevada. One of a series of five "showcase" mining tapes.
Views: 596 Forest Service
My7Bitcoins WARNING
 
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My7Bitcoins WARNING Top 10 Ways to Make Money with Bitcoin | Learn How To Make Money with Bitcoin - Since bitcoin’s recent highs, the cryptocurrency has once again awoken the interest of the media, regulators, and speculators. Both the reputation and the regulatory environment for bitcoin is turning for the positive around the globally and speculators are once again investing heavily in the world’s first decentralised digital currency. In this post, you will discover ten ways to make money with bitcoin to help you get started with becoming a part of the bitcoin community or, at the very least, earn a bit of extra money by leveraging everyone’s favourite cryptocurrency. Our number one way to earn Bitcoin is... 1. My 7 Networker Go to http://my7networker.com and sign up for you FREE account. Use Sponsor Name: BitcoinMagician to unlock exclusive bonuses! Safe Ways To Make Money With Bitcoins How To Make Money With Bitcoin Faucet Alternatives My7Networks Opportunity My7Bitcoin Make Money Through Bitcoin My 7 Networker 2. Buying and Holding Bitcoins If you want to start earning bitcoin you first need to obtain a bitcoin wallet, which is used to send, receive and store your bitcoins. You can obtain one from an online based service such as Coinbase or Blockchain.info. These are two of the most used bitcoin wallet and come with an online and a mobile version. Having said that, the safest way to store your bitcoins would be offline. For that, you could use a so-called “cold wallet” such as Trezor. Once you have a wallet service, you can establish multiple bitcoin addresses, which allow you to receive bitcoins from others. No real life addresses are necessary, just your bitcoin address will suffice for any digital currency transfers. All transaction can then be viewed on the blockchain at Blockchain.info. This is why bitcoin is considered as a semi-anonymous digital currency as transactions are linked to bitcoin addresses but who is behind those addresses is unknown. Is My7Bitcoins A Scam My 7 Networkers Team My7Network Tools Make Money With Cryptocurrency Reddit Making Money Out Of Bitcoin Can You Really Make Money With Bitcoin How Can I Make Money With Cryptocurrency 3. Bitcoin Mining we love bitcoinMining bitcoins can be quite complex and is usually not recommended for beginners. The process entails the use of sophisticated machines that are expensive and consume quite a lot of electricity to solve mathematical algorithms in exchange for bitcoins. Bitcoin miners enable bitcoin transactions by sharing their processing power. In exchange for enabling the bitcoin network to function, they are rewarding with new bitcoins. This is what “mining” refers to. Having said that, it is no longer considered lucrative for individuals to mine at home using mining equipment and the shift is being made towards more large-scale operations. If you do want to engage in bitcoin mining and are willing to invest in expensive mining hardware, it is strongly advisable to join a mining pool. In a mining pool, miners pool their resources together and share their hashing power with the aim of solving a block and dividing the reward equally, depending on the number of shares contributed by each person. It is an effective way to motivate small-scale miners to continue their involvement in mining activities. Some popular mining pools are: Antpool BTCC SlushPool Bitcoin Cloud Mining Alternatively, you could engage in bitcoin cloud mining. Bitcoin cloud mining is the process of mining bitcoins using a remote datacenter with shared processing power. Cloud mining is beneficial to individuals as it allows them to carry out their mining activities without having to manage the mining hardware. It enables you to earn bitcoins without mining software, mining hardware, bandwidth, electricity or other offline issues. However, there is a cost associated with cloud mining as a service and this will have an effect on your bottom line. The most reputable cloud mining company is Genesis Mining. I personally have a small bitcoin mining contract running with them. Having said that, the time it will take you to break even on bitcoin cloud mining can easily take well over a year and that is assuming the price of bitcoin doesn’t drop. If you want to play your part in the bitcoin network and want to mine at a low cost, then cloud mining is a good option. If you are looking for a lucrative investment, however, you are much better off just buying the cryptocurrency itself or engaging in peer-to-peer bitcoin lending. My 7 Bitcoin Team Is My7Cryptocurrencys A Scam Make Money With Bitcoin Best Way To Make Money With Cryptocurrency My7Network WARNING My7Bitcoin Tools My 7 Networks SCAM Facts: No Monthly Payments No Levels 2 x 2 Matrix 6 people pays out .5 Bitcoin Cycle Style Matrix One Time Cost of .21BTC to start Every Cycle You Pay .01 not the full amount Cycle as many times as you can per day https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Ra1s11C9rVk If you have q
Views: 2 Betty Mark
Amtrak, Freight Trains, and the Moonlight Dome in Seattle
 
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http://www.yardlimitproductions.com Sunday, August 23, 2015 and the Amtrak Cascades is running on time. We catch it just before the north portal before arriving at the King Street Station in Seattle. The Cascades is painted in a special scheme consisting of cream, brown and dark green. The train is normally operated in a push-pull configuration with an EMD F59PHI or GE P42DC at one end, a 12- or 13-car Talgo-built trainset, and an unpowered EMD F40PH locomotive called a Non-Powered Control Unit (NPCU) on the other end used as a cab car. Four of the five trainsets are named after mountains in the Cascade Range: Mount Rainier, Mount Baker, Mount Adams, and Mount Hood. The last set is named after Mount Olympus, in the Olympic Range which we see today. Next is BNSF 4296 pulling a short train of intermodal cars destined for the Port of Seattle. Running an hour and 45 minutes late is the Amtrak Empire Builder, train number 7. Of particular interest today is the Baltimore and Ohio Moonlight Dome at the end of the train. These cars were called Strata-Domes. These three C&O dome cabin cars were ordered in 1946 and built by Budd. Now without a need by C&O, the three cars were sold to the Baltimore & Ohio in December 1950. The Baltimore & Ohio gave the three cars names: MOONLIGHT DOME, STARLIGHT DOME, and SUNLIGHT DOME. Beginning on December 20, 1950, STARLIGHT and SUNLIGHT operated in daily service on the Capitol Limited while MOONLIGHT operated in alternate directions on the Shenandoah until October 1963. Thereafter it became the spare car for the Capitol Limited. MOONLIGHT DOME and its sister cars were pulled from the Capitol Limited on October 1965 and leased to the Atlantic Coast Line during the winter of 1965-66. After their return by the CN MOONLIGHT DOME was leased to the Seaboard Coast Line in July of 1968 and sold to them in September of 1969. The car operated on the Florida Special. The car changed ownership to Amtrak in 1971, and then changed hands several times between 1978 and 1987. It was purchased from Amtrak by Building Leasing Corp. in 1978, then sold to Rail Dome Corp. in 1981, then sold to Kasten Railcar (predecessor of Illinois Transit Assembly) in 1984, and then to Wynchester Mining Company in 1986. In 1987 Wynchester Mining had the car rebuilt by Northern Rail Car Company of Milwaukee, Wisconsin. MOONLIGHT DOME was acquired by FBX Aviation, LLC in September 1999. In 2004 the car was shopped again at Avalon Railcar in Milwaukee. It was then moved that same year to L&C Railcar in Lancaster S.C. for additional work and for restoration of the dome area. In 2008 the car was purchased by the Promontory Railroad Group of Salt Lake City Utah and moved there via Amtrak. In January of 2014 it was again sold to Birch Grove LLC, owned by Brian Collins and Harry Davis. In February of 2014 the MOONLIGHT DOME was moved via Amtrak to its current home in Cincinnati Ohio. More information is available here: http://cincinnatirailway.com Finally, everyone’s Seattle favorite, the Garbage Train, pulled today by BNSF 7047. Six days a week, the 60 or so railcars of Seattle trash are joined by trash trucked in from Bellingham, Marysville and Auburn. When the train hits 110 cars or so, usually around 3:30 in the afternoon, it’s ready to head out. The garbage train snakes 600 miles south and east; the rails following Interstate 5. After changing crews in north Portland, the train follows I-84 along the southern bank of the Columbia River, past The Dalles, out to the tiny town of Arlington, Oregon, population about 500. There a rail spur turns inland, and after winding 11 miles through rocky, barely arable pastureland the train arrives early the next morning at WMI’s 17-year-old, 700-acre landfill.
Views: 1406 Yard Limit
UB Researchers Simulate a Volcano Eruption
 
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University at Buffalo researchers simulated volcanic eruptions in July in Ashford, N.Y. The experiment will help determine what happens before and after an eruption; it could also help mining companies find diamonds. For more information, visit http://www.buffalo.edu/news/13570.
Views: 4749 University at Buffalo
Steam Train Torch Lake Dumping ASH
 
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I love steam trains. They are like a living breathing machine.This one came from a mining company at Torch Lake. Old #3 is beautifully restored and run by the folks at Greenfield Village in Dearborn Michigan. This is not exactly Thomas the Tank engine but, it is really cool. This video contains Music "Dark Days" from Footage Firm. This music is Royalty Free. This is a link to the PDF file I received with the purchase of the Music. It is the end user agreement. http://keeperofthemountain.com/Webpages/legal_stuff.html. This Video contains My Theme music which I own all rights to. It was written and performed by Warren Hartz. His Youtube Channel is: http://www.youtube.com/user/silkfromthehartz His web page is: http://silkfromthehartz.com/
Views: 1136 Keeperof Themountain
Logging railroad
 
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301-303-304 locomotives
Views: 35887 brakeman302
Drone flies in crevasse
 
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Flyability partnered with the team from Zermatt Mountain Rescue of the Zermatt Glacier in the Swiss Alps to explore crevasses situated at an altitude of 3'500 meters ASL. Read full details here: http://www.flyability.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/01/2015_18_01-Flyability-redefining-UAV-boundaries.pdf. This successful experience has shed light upon the promising results of using this game-changing device for mountain Search & Rescue missions, in addition to the current focus of the company in Industrial Inspection of inaccessible and confined environments. More info at www.flyability.com
Views: 156660 Flyability
Landscape Photography  - A Jetty Sunrise
 
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This is the 3rd Video I have put together in my Landscape Photography series. In this video I travel to Catherine Hill Bay on the Central Coast of NSW to capture some sunrise images of the old coal loading jetty silhouetted against the predawn light. The New Wallsend Company began coal mining operations from a tunnel just above the beach near the jetty during 1873 and the first shipment was made from the newly constructed jetty on 17th December 1873.Coal mining in the area ceased in 2002 and there have been many attempts to have the jetty demolished. I personally hope this never happens as the jetty is a link to Catho’s past that cannot be denied. On the morning of the shoot I was fortunate to have the area to myself and was treated to a beautiful sunrise as a backdrop against this wonderful structure. All images captured using my Nikon 7100 and a Tokina 11-16 wide angle lens. I use a cable release and a Vanguard Alta series 70 tripod for maximum stability on all shots. I processed all images using Adobe Lightroom. Audio - "DO NOT GO GENTLE" by Josh Woodward. Free download: http://joshwoodward.com/ Film, Edit and Photos – Colin Stalker If you enjoyed this video more available at my Youtube channel so please **********SUBSCRIBE************* Photography landscape || black and white landscape photography| amazing landscape photography| beautiful landscape photography | landscape photography Australia | landscape photography| Australian landscape photography| photographer| sunrise photography| landscape photography video |
Views: 1230 Colin Stalker
Ride around the Coyote Ridge Logging Railroad
 
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A trip around the Coyote Ridge Logging Railroad. This is a private track located in northwest Oregon. August 15, 2014
Views: 46601 lionelmpc
Rayonier Steam Logging Railroad in 1966
 
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Vintage Kodachrome movie clips captured the Rayonier's 2-6-6-2 No. 38 (former Sierra Railway No. 38) hauling log cars on the forested Olympic Peninsula near Hoquiam, Wash., in September 1966.
Views: 21891 airailimages
Flagg Coal Company 75 pulling a caboose train at Spencer, NC
 
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Flagg Coal Company 0-4-0 Tank Engine number 75 pulling a caboose train during the North Carolina Transportation Museum's Rail Days in April 2008. Video taken from a former Clinchfield caboose.
Views: 397 Steven Ashley
Chasing the Big Eagle Railroad
 
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On Thursday of last week, my father and I had set out to spend some time together out railfanning one of the local short lines in the area. We decided that we would try and chase the Big Eagle Railroad as they brought out a few strings of loaded coal hoppers to interchange. A short line whose rich and troubled history goes back all the way to the 1853 and the Winifrede Mining and Mineral Company. The mine now owned and operated by Patriot Coal with rail operations contracted out to Appalachian Rail Service and power for the road consisting of two leased ElectroMotive GP38-2s. The line is located just about a half mile east of the town of Chesapeake, West Virginia. The roughly six mile long short line that runs the length of Winifrede Hollow from Patriot Coal's Kanawha Eagle mine to the interchange with CSX Transportation at Winifrede Junction with about three to four trains per week being interchanged with CSX.
Views: 200 WestVirginia1
Logging Railroads of the Sierras - Pickering Lumber Corporation vesves West Side Lumber Co.
 
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The West Side Lumber Company railway was the last of the 3 ft (914 mm) narrow gauge logging railroads operating in the American west. This amateur footage . While Steam had all but vanished from American mainline railroads in the 1950s, geared locomotives were still active in the woods in Tuolumne and Calaveras . Carl Franz has been showing off logging trains on the Cass for over 20 years. In cooperation with the Cass Scenic Railroad of West Virginia, he has run logging . Beschrijving.
Views: 203 Scott Lima
Southwings flyover for United Mountain Defense with Clouds and Windmills 1-23-2009
 
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Thanks for the air support Southwings! United Mountain Defense volunteer Chris Irwin shot this Sunday Jan 23 2009 flying over strip mines to get footage. This is a part of the future of energy generation for the world. These windmills are located on Buffalo Mountain just north of Oak Ridge, TN. www.unitedmountaindefense.org We have internships!
Views: 631 annebonnylives
Seattle 2012 video compilation
 
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15 minutes of the layouts I saw during the National Narrow Gauge Convention
Views: 9738 Toni Ryan
US 2 westbound 2/4, south of Glacier NP, Montana ~ Marias Pass to Essex/Izaak Walton Inn
 
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The second (of 4) section between the villages of East Glacier & West Glacier, on US Highway 2 along the southern border of Glacier National Park. This section runs from Marias Pass (on the continental divide) to the Izaak Walton Inn in Essex (where a special BNSF employee excursion train had stopped to let its passengers board charter buses). Glacier National Park is to the right (north) and the Bob Marshall Wilderness is to the left (south). But the highway briefly crosses into Glacier at its southern tip. The sky is hazy due to forest fire smoke that blew up from fires in southern Idaho. Music = Barenaked Ladies: "Daydreamin'" (album: Grinning Streak)
Views: 309 roadtripshoes
Through the Switchback
 
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0n30 Porter starting down the switchbacks
Views: 10540 shamusy
Rio Chama Lumber Co. Model Railroad 2009 Movie #2
 
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Rio Chama Lumber Co. Model Railroad / Spaghetti Bowl Type
Views: 622 railbuzzer
2BCT - Field Grade PT
 
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Field grade officers from the 2nd Brigade Combat Team, 10th Mountain Division (LI) participate in a PT challenge at Remington Park.
Flanagan Lumber Company Inc - Athens, AL
 
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Flanagan Lumber Company Inc 256-232-2195 http://www.yellowbook.com/profile/flanagan-lumber-company-inc_1848693009.html
Views: 160 yellowbook
Ben Swann on Bitcoin (and Aliens?)
 
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Josh sits down one-on-one with the infamous Ben Swann to discuss the future of crypto-currency Bitcoin. From the recent collapse of Bitcoin exchange platform Mt. Gox to the fishy Newsweek story on the currency's alleged inventor to the suicide of Bitcoin's CEO in Singapore, it seems like you can barely walk out the door without hearing some mention of Bitcoin and it's ramifications on the world of commerce. Do you own Bitcoin and have any stories to share? What are your major concerns with it? I'm curious to know whether people trust it more or less than the U.S. dollar. What about precious metals? To continue the conversation head over to AboveTopSecret.com - http://www.abovetopsecret.com/forum/thread1002160/pg1 (Pardon the dodgy sound during the Ben Swann interview, it was due to the internet connection. Click on the Closed Caption button above if you have a problem hearing.)
Views: 3424 JoshLeCash
My iPhone takes a ride Part 2 - The sawmill side
 
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My iPhone rides around the sawmill side of my HO scale model railroad layout
Views: 2419 Robert Fuller
UPS Workers Come Together to Donate Car to Co-Worker
 
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Derrick used to walk to and from work each day because he didn't have a car of his own, but his co-workers at UPS pooled money together to get him a set of wheels. To use this video in a commercial player or broadcast, contact [email protected] Source: Facebook/Allie K Steen Original video: https://www.facebook.com/allie.steen/videos/1368983789788896/
Lake Peigneur sinkhole disaster
 
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Sinkhole drains entire lake and surrounding buildings into a salt mine shaft
Views: 2757460 Tebbie85
Logging layout
 
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European logging layout in 1F (1:32)
Views: 32406 Pit KARGES
Pacific NW Logging Museum
 
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Pacific Northwest Logging Museum at Antique Powerland
Alabama Highlands 1937 US National Park Service
 
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more at http://quickfound.net/ "A closer look at the Civilian Conservation Corps' work in Alabama from the Department of Interior. This film shows Birmingham and views of Alabama's mountains, homes, factories, mines, railways, and its State Parks, including Oak Mountain State Park, Weogufka State Park, De Soto State Park, and Cheaha State Park. Civilian Conservation Corps (CCC) men in the parks crack rocks, construct lodges and roads, operate bulldozers and dump trucks, and study first aid and artificial respiration. It includes views of tourists driving into the parks, picnicking, and wading in streams." Public domain film from the US National Archives, slightly cropped to remove uneven edges, with the aspect ratio corrected, and mild video noise reduction applied. The soundtrack was also processed with volume normalization, noise reduction, clipping reduction, and/or equalization (the resulting sound, though not perfect, is far less noisy than the original). transcript: http://www.archives.gov/social-media/transcripts/transcript-alabama-highlands-1937-11699.pdf Narrator: Birmingham -- metropolis of Alabama, population more than a quarter million -- is called the Industrial City Beautiful. Approached from the south, it bursts upon the traveler in surprising glory nestled among lofty mountains. Rose vines line the highways; fine homes dot the landscape. One unusual residence is fashioned after the Temple of Vesta, in Rome, and is called Vestavia. Within comparatively recent years, these Alabama highlands, rugged mountains in the northeastern part of the state, have brought about an economic revolution. Alabama was once almost entirely agricultural, and her ancient carte nomen -- The Cotton State -- still prevails. But heavy deposits of coal, iron ore, and associated minerals in the so-called Birmingham District have changed the picture... For thousands in this progressive city, where congestion in living and traffic conditions is increasing, the need of state parks is urgent. The city has enrolled hundreds of Civilian Conservation Corps workers in the task of developing the Alabama state park system. The camp nearest Birmingham is at Bessemer, a suburb, and boys quartered there are developing Oak Mountain State Park. Less than an hour's drive from the inevitable smoke and dust of this Pittsburgh of the South, delightful scenic vistas can be seen from atop this peak in the southern Appalachians... Mountains are precious around this observation tower in Weogufka State Park on the southern tip of the Appalachian range. And because the park lies midway between Birmingham and Montgomery... park structures include overnight cabins. Fort Payne, the town nearest DeSoto State Park, has an interesting place in Indian history. Here the Cherokees were assembled to begin their journey to the western reservation, which most of them accepted in lieu of their lands in the Southeast. Sequoia, the Cherokee scholar accredited with having invented the Cherokee alphabet, lived near the town... Above the state park property, the DeSoto River plunges over rocky ledges in waterfalls of majestic beauty. In caves gouged in the cliffs, early Indian inhabitants lived. In nearby mountain fastnesses, life is still primitive. Another of those difficult mountain road construction jobs has been a major project for the Conservation Corps here. In addition, the Corps has built various park structures -- a lodge, overnight cabins, picnic shelters, et cetera -- using native stone quarried in the area. DeSoto is already attracting hosts of visitors. It's on the main highway between Birmingham, Alabama and Chattanooga, Tennessee, and the people of Tennessee take a neighborly interest in its development. West and slightly north of Birmingham in this Alabama high country are Anniston and Gadsden... Cheaha State Park. Natives still recite an interesting legend concerning some sharp trading participated in by Indian Chief Cheaha in the matter of original ownership of this beautiful area. Government surveys have established that this observation tower, erected by Civilian Conservation Corps labor, surmounts the highest elevation in the state: 2,407 feet. In this park is more of the impressive construction work of the Conservation Corps. There's also another of those park roads winding up from the sultry heat of the valley into the clean, fresh air of the mountains. These simple, substantial backwoods roads are one of the Conservation Corps' important contributions to the proper development and protection of the country. A notable structure is a commodious bathhouse on the shore of a lake of fresh, crystal clear water within the confines of the park. The Corps camp at Cheaha is not far from Fort McClellan, an important military post in the Southeast from which the United States Army directs its disciplinary care of thousands of Civilian Conservation Corps enrollees in the area...
Views: 3264 Jeff Quitney