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Wuppertal has possibly the world’s most badass public transport: a 120-year-old swingin’ suspension railway. But the question is: why? When everyone else was busy building trams and undergrounds, what made Wuppertal say “NOPE”, and build this instead? *** Tom Scott … Continue reading
Buckle up. In this reel, we’re cruising the canals of Holland’s Little Venice, we’re riding with an all-female motorcycle club in New Orleans, and we’re boarding the Scottish airline Loganair for the shortest flight in the world.
For Los Angeles Metro, marketing isn’t just about increasing the bottom line. It’s about reducing traffic, cleaning the air and making people’s commutes in this auto-clogged city a bit less stressful.
Everything is Incredible from Tyler Bastian on Vimeo.
WhiteCliffs – Dover TimeLapse from Mattia Bicchi Photography on Vimeo.
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A fishing trawler swept away more than a year ago by a tsunami off the east coast of Japan has been spotted floating near British Columbia…”It looks fairly sound and has rust streak from being out…
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A few weekends ago, my friends and I decided to head up North for the hot air balloon festival. This year is the 17th Hot Air Balloon Festival, held in Clark, Pampanga. It was coined as…
A decaying Douglas C-47 in Tabatinga BRASÍLIA—Getting Brazil’s overcrowded airports ready to play host to soccer’s 2014 World Cup and the 2016 Olympic Games has run into an unexpected obstacle: airplane cemeteries on the tarmac. At airfields from the muggy … Continue reading
Before the flood: New York City is just beginning to gird for the ‘100-year storm,’ if it’s not already too late | Capital New York
Before the flood: New York City is just beginning to gird for the ‘100-year storm,’ if it’s not already too late | Capital New York.