When love breaks up
When the dawn light wakes up
A new life is born
Somehow I have to make this final breakthrough
Собственно о чем это я? Да о том, что пятница уже совершила прорыв, поэтому позитивной пятницы и отличных выходных. Позади ещё одна командировка и несколько фотокарточек из Старого Оскола. А для серьёзных и вдумчивых, дополнительная информация. На фотографии памятник трудовой славы железнодорожников. Куда пропала вторая половина паровоза, я не знаю. Вообще это паровоз Су 211-75, который был изготовлен в 1937 г. на Коломенском заводе. Третий выпуск (заводской тип 162).
з.н. 7459. Заводской тип 162. Памятник был установлен в 1979 году в память о подвиге железнодорожников в годы Великой Отечественной войны. Автор проекта В.Р. Скрябова. Выполнен рабочими Старооскольского железнодорожного узла.
Driving on the Crosstown, passing by the scene of a deadly bicycle and car crash from a couple of weeks ago and noticed a memorial of flowers, a beer and paint brush. Didn’t cover the original scene. But, reporter Angela Brown and I did a follow up story with an officer with Charleston Police Department’s traffic enforcement team. The car’s driver is accused of being drunk. The victim was 59 year old Thomas Garrett. Wondered if Garrett was a painter. #tvnewslife#photoglife#tvnewsphotojournalist#memorial#roadsidememorial#charleston
That feeling when you and your #barrebestie just finished a killer body class before the sun came up. 💪🙌 shout out to two of our faves, Molly & Ashley, who keep each other motivated/accountable and #definetogether at 5:30am. Tag your accountability partner below + and hit the mat or bike bright and early together any day of the week. #doit#definemg
The words “we miss you, we love you, un niño noble, beloved son, loving papa, and you’re my hero” are forever engraved in our hearts. Because you gave the Gift of Life, your legacy lives on. Our deepest love for becoming organ, eye and tissue donors. #DonateLife#Memorial
What do you want to be remembered by? How will you define your path and who will you affect on your way?
I expect we all have some desire to be remembered to leave a legacy. What is yours?
Abraham Lincoln left his in the civil war, the emancipation proclamation and in is own blood sealing his heart and knowledge that was of the people and for the people.
I am inspired by those who aspire to something more than the status quo, who expect and get more out of themselves and their “comrades in arms”. What makes you better every day? How do you make the world a better place?
This monument just across the road from Top Ryde shopping centre commemorates the extension of the tram network all the way out to Ryde. The monument was unveiled in 1908 to celebrate after many years of campaigning for the service by the people and the Council of Ryde.
The extension to the line made it possible to get a tram all the way from Fort Macquarie (now the site of the Sydney Opera House), through Harris Street Pyrmont, out through Gladesville to Ryde. The terminus of the line was not far from this point in 1908.
In 1914 a single tram line was added between Ryde Post Office (corner of Church Street and Parkes Street) and West Ryde railway station. The Sydney to Ryde service became very popular, particularly at weekends when Sydney residents would travel to the orchards of the Ryde District to buy produce.
The tram service from Ryde to the city was cut back to Drummoyne on 19 January 1949 and replaced by buses. The service to Drummoyne was terminated in 1953.
It wasn't just the Ryde service that was to disappear. The idiots in government at the time oversaw the closure and removal of Sydney's entire tram network. Closure was supported by the NRMA, but generally went against public opinion.
Eight years after the Ryde service had closed, the last tram (a La Perouse service) ran, and the era of the greatest tram network in the Southern Hemisphere was over.
Museo #Memorial de la Paz - #Hiroshima
Fundado como lugar de conmemoración en el Parque de la Paz en 1955 después del bombardeo atómico. El edificio principal fue planeado por el arquitecto Kenzō Tange.
Conocé, en un recorrido único por Japón este y otros monumentos conocidos y otros no tan conocidos.
Nuestro objetivo es cumplir sus deseos de conocer y nos preocupamos porque eso suceda.
Japón cultural, viví la experiencia.
FDR Memorial: The Breadline
I'm at the end of the breadline in this sculpture
This work named 'The Breadline' was created by sculptor George Segal. He made two other creations here as well: 'The Fireside Chat' and 'The Rural Couple.'
The Breadline is located in Room Two of the Roosevelt Memorial. The five figures in the sculpture are all male, all with eyes downcast and all dressed in long coats and hats as a defense against the cold, stand in line against a brick wall and wait for food that may be only bread. The windowless wooden door they all face remains closed in front of them.
Room Two covers the time of the Great Depression, and this sculpture reflects the difficulties encountered by many people.
The inscription partly above and partly to the left of this sculpture is from 1937. It reads:
I see one-third of a nation ill-housed, ill-clad, and ill-nourished. The test of our progress is not whether we add more to the abundance of those who have much; it is whether we provide enough for those who have too little.
The Franklin Delano Roosevelt Memorial is located on the southwest edge of the Tidal Basin accessible by foot from the path around the edge of the Tidal Basin with another entrance on West Basin Drive SW in Washington DC.