A Little of Everything.

Sep 18

Avro York f3.5 30th 1/8 wide angle Elmar 03 by anyjazz65 on Flickr.

Avro York f3.5 30th 1/8 wide angle Elmar 03 by anyjazz65 on Flickr.

trilithbaby:

I’m so fucking hungry

trilithbaby:

I’m so fucking hungry

(Source: nylonpinksy, via annieoblog)

scarlettjane22:

Westmoreland Farm

scarlettjane22:

Westmoreland Farm

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nicedawg:

Rita Hayworth - traveliong on the ocean liner: Queen Elizabeth - 1956

nicedawg:

Rita Hayworth - traveliong on the ocean liner: Queen Elizabeth - 1956

(Source: steamguy)

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Avro York f3.5 1/20 sec w/wide angle Elmar 06 by anyjazz65 on Flickr.

Avro York f3.5 1/20 sec w/wide angle Elmar 06 by anyjazz65 on Flickr.

steam-girls:

Steampunk Warrior Trina Masonby Skinz-N-Hydez

steam-girls:

Steampunk Warrior Trina Masonby Skinz-N-Hydez

Avro York by Bri_J on Flickr.

Avro York by Bri_J on Flickr.

steampunk-girl:

Steampunk Girl http://steampunk-girl.tumblr.com/

steampunk-girl:

Steampunk Girl http://steampunk-girl.tumblr.com/

marmarinou:

Caption: “New York Central EMD E7A 4026 hustles south on the Illinois Central Chicago—New Orleans, LA main line as she skirts the Weldon Coach Yard at 18th Street in Chicago Illinois. Right above the engine is where the IC’s intercity passenger car fleet is stored between runs and serviced. Farther right is the 18th Street electric M.U. Shed, where commuter cars are serviced during their layovers during the day. IC’s downtown passenger terminal is visible right above the lead unit. It is located at Roosevelt Road and Michigan Avenue. The train pictured is the Chicago Mercury, which ran between Chicago and Detroit, and which used the Illinois Central between downtown Chicago and Kensington Interlocking Tower, where it entered tracks of NYC subsidiary Michigan Central. Photographer and date unknown, James E. Humbert Collection.”

marmarinou:

Caption: “New York Central EMD E7A 4026 hustles south on the Illinois Central Chicago—New Orleans, LA main line as she skirts the Weldon Coach Yard at 18th Street in Chicago Illinois. Right above the engine is where the IC’s intercity passenger car fleet is stored between runs and serviced. Farther right is the 18th Street electric M.U. Shed, where commuter cars are serviced during their layovers during the day. IC’s downtown passenger terminal is visible right above the lead unit. It is located at Roosevelt Road and Michigan Avenue. The train pictured is the Chicago Mercury, which ran between Chicago and Detroit, and which used the Illinois Central between downtown Chicago and Kensington Interlocking Tower, where it entered tracks of NYC subsidiary Michigan Central. Photographer and date unknown, James E. Humbert Collection.”

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hansi68:

…hello my followers…

hansi68:

…hello my followers…

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20th-century-man:

Betty Brosmer

20th-century-man:

Betty Brosmer

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