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True Crime Tuesday presents: Dr. Francis Tumblety and The Railway Ripper with Researcher/Author, Michael L. Hawley! Nearly lost to history were 76 similar unsolved murders and brutal assaults of women in the US during the late 19th century; heinous crimes that were committed along the railways. Shockingly, Jack the Ripper suspect Dr. Francis Tumblety cannot be eliminated as having committed each of these crimes. Even more shocking, Dr. Tumblety can corroborate his time in WhiteChapel with the time of the Jack the Ripper murders, and they mysteriously stopped when he went to America! So, why did Scotland Yard spend time and resources to track Dr. Tumblety to America and keep an eye on him? Why was he considered a serious Jack The Ripper suspect, yet no action was taken? Better yet, why in only recent years, has Dr. Tumblety even been considered a strong suspect in the Jack The Ripper Murders? Author/Researcher Michael L. Hawley joins TCT to answer all these questions and build the case that Tumblety is the Ripper! Get "Dr. Francis Tumblety and The Railway Ripper" here: https://bit.ly/44VgxKc Find out more about Michael L. Hawley here: https://michaellhawley.com/home-page Get unlimited talk, text + high speed data delivered on the nation's largest 5G network for just 15 bucks a month! Switch to Mint Mobile today! To get your new wireless plan, go to https://www.mintmobile.com/darkness PLUS AN ALL-NEW DUMB CRIMES/STUPID CRIMINALS WITH BEER CITY BRUISER! #crime #truecrime #truecrimepodcasts #truecrimetuesday #michaellhawley #drfrancistumbletyandtherailwayripper #jacktheripper #whitechapel #newyork #chicago #boston #stlouis #scotlandyard #rippermurdersinamerica #serialkiler #narcissism #murder #dumbcrimesstupidcriminals #TimDennis #beercitybruiser #ringofhonorwrestling #floridaman #drugcrimes #foodcrimes #stupidcrimes #funnycrimes #flashing #sexcrimes #groupsex
So you're asking yourself, who's that guy sitting beside the “Dude” each time you watch “What's Neat This Week” featuring Ken “the Dude” Patterson?? Why it's none other than Joshua Barton, a man of many skills including to help keep the “Dude” on track so to speak, with product announcements, guest line-ups and looking after the always popular Mike Budde. Joshua has had a very interesting life as a chef, musician, video tech to name just a few of his talents. He's also currently building a layout featuring the area around Desoto, Missouri in a friend's basement, with benchwork that could support an M1 Abrams tank from the U.S. Military. Most of us know him as Joshua “SugarFire” Barton but he's moved on from that career and for now is concentrating on the hobby of model railroading. It's an interesting episode and one we're sure you'll leave with more questions than answers. Enjoy!!
When suddenly it became quicker and cheaper to travel by train, did this help inventors to work together, and did it mean more and better innovation? Thor Berger and Erik Prawitz – who work 1 hour 50 minutes apart by train, investigated the impact of Sweden's rail network.
http://www.attractionchecklist.com - Let's head to Toontown in Disneyland to check out the west coast version of Mickey & Minnie's Runaway Railway. Attraction audio recorded on July 31, 2023. TRANSCRIPT: Welcome to Attraction Checklist. This episode we are visiting the newly reimagined Toontown at Disneyland to ride Mickey & Minnie's Runaway Railway. There are no age or height requirements for this attraction and the Disneyland website describes it by saying, “Zoom off on a wild and wacky adventure through Mickey and Minnie's madcap cartoon world.” The Thrill Level describes this attraction as being Dark, Loud and Slow. Before we present our tickets at the El CapiTOON Theater, here are 5 fast facts about Mickey & Minnie's Runaway Railway. 1. On April 19, 2019, Disney announced that Mickey & Minnie's Runaway Railway would open at Disneyland Park in 2022. Mickey & Minnie's Runaway Railway officially opened at Disneyland on January 27, 2023. 2. Mickey & Minnie's Runaway Railway is a copy of the attraction of the same name at Disney's Hollywood Studios in Walt Disney World, but the queue are is different. At Disneyland guests enter the attraction through the El CapiTOON Theater in Toontown. On display is a collection of “props” from Mickey Mouse cartoons called “Mickey Through The Ears.” 3. The popcorn seen in the queue's faux concession stand is shaped like Mickey, Minnie & Donald. 4. Minnie Mouse's voice actor Russi Taylor passed away after recording her lines for this attraction. The song Nothing Can Stop Us Now, featured in the attraction, was dedicated to her memory. 5. During the construction of Mickey & Minnie's Runaway Railway, Toontoown at Disneyland got a refresh including new faux hills that line the back of all the buildings of Toontown. Let's head to the theater to experience Mickey & Minnie's Runaway Railway. Joining me for the ride is John B. deHaas. Hang out after the ride audio to hear what we thought of this Disneyland version of the attraction. These are binaural recordings so if you have headphone put them on now as we experience Mickey & Minnie's Runaway Railway at Disneyland. The attraction audio recorded for this episode is available exclusively to the Saturday Morning Media Patron Patron. Support the show and get fun Bonus content over at http://www.patreon.com/saturdaymorningmedia Episode edited by Stephen Staver FOLLOW US https://www.instagram.com/attractionchecklist/ http://www.twitter.com/SaturdayMMedia https://www.linkedin.com/company/saturday-morning-media http://www.youtube.com/user/SaturdayMorningMedia?sub_confirmation=1 FOLLOW GRANT http://www.MrGrant.comhttp://www.twitter.com/toasterboy https://instagram.com/throwingtoasters/ SOURCES: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Mickey_%26_Minnie%27s_Runaway_Railway https://disneyland.disney.go.com/attractions/disneyland/mickey-minnies-runaway-railway/ https://tvtropes.org/pmwiki/pmwiki.php/Trivia/MickeyAndMinniesRunawayRailway https://dapsmagic.com/2023/01/fun-facts-about-mickey-minnies-runaway-railway-at-disneyland/ Show ©2023 Saturday Morning Media/Grant Baciocco
Have you ever stood on the shores of Lake Erie looking wistfully across towards Canada only to wish you had more foreigners use your bathroom. Have you ever stared at the photos from the Collinsville Railroad Prototype Modelers wondering what it would be like if Buzz and Lorne went?? Well, then this is the podcast for you. On this addition of “a ModelersLife,” we learn about such things as using a hovercraft to get across Lake Erie, burying assorted model railroad train supplies on a farm, heat stroke at the St. Louis Cardinals game, and what to do if you're Canadian and you like trains. So grab yourself a big bowl of shredded marine maps and a tall cool glass of Cleveland Harbor sludge and enjoy.
It's a deep dive of what happened with G20 meeting in India. We've got reaction from two economist: Shalini Mittal in Delhi and Ed Bell in Dubai. We also also have Christopher Seymour, Head of Strategy and Investment for Middle East, Africa and South Asia Mott MacDonald and Chair of RICS MEA and his take about the landmark East-West railway and shipping deal. And, we talk gold with the team from the World Gold Council.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Gary Newby in conversation with David Eastaugh Factory Records recorded their debut single "A Gentle Sound" in 1986. This was followed by their first album, Reunion Wilderness in 1987. They left Factory shortly afterwards and were signed to Virgin Records. 1988 saw the release of their second album, Recurrence, on Virgin Records, and support tours with R.E.M. in Europe (Work Tour) and The Sugarcubes in the US. A national chart hit eluded them with singles "In the Meantime", "Somewhere South" and "Over and Over". In 1990, they released Native Place, an album that saw the band take a more pop oriented direction, with keyboard textures coming more to the fore than previously. "Every Beat of the Heart" became a top 40 hit in the UK with a peak at No. 24.
Maroun Younes is Co-Portfolio Manager Fidelity Global Future Leaders Fund and Analyst. The Global Future Leaders Fund is a diversified portfolio of 40-70 small-to-mid-cap global companies.The two stocks he brought to talk about with us are Keisei electric railway (TYO: 9009) and Quanta (NYSE: PWR).This episode is sponsored by Fidelity - we thank them for their ongoing support of Equity Mates, which allows us to keep providing you with free content to become better investorsThe two recommendations Maroun had are: our Chris Mayer episode and Richer, Wiser, Happier.Want more Equity Mates? Click here. *****In the spirit of reconciliation, Equity Mates Media and the hosts of Equity Mates Investing Podcast acknowledge the Traditional Custodians of country throughout Australia and their connections to land, sea and community. We pay our respects to their elders past and present and extend that respect to all Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people today. *****Equity Mates Investing Podcast is a product of Equity Mates Media. This podcast is intended for education and entertainment purposes. Any advice is general advice only, and has not taken into account your personal financial circumstances, needs or objectives. Before acting on general advice, you should consider if it is relevant to your needs and read the relevant Product Disclosure Statement. And if you are unsure, please speak to a financial professional. Equity Mates Media operates under Australian Financial Services Licence 540697.Equity Mates is part of the Acast Creator Network. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
Federal approval for the Uinta Basin Railway was recently revoked by the U.S. Court of Appeals. The proposed 88-mile railway is intended to connect oil fields in eastern Utah to a larger network of railways, including a section of the Union Pacific Railway line, which runs through Grand County. With this new route, oil producers were hoping to transport an additional 350,000 gallons of waxy crude oil out of the Uinta Basin daily. Plus, we hear from our partners at KOTO about how the Telluride Mushroom Festival is acknowledging Colorado's recent decriminalization of psilocybin. //Photo: A map of the proposed Uinta Basin Railway show where the new tracks would connect to the Union Pacific line, carrying oil through Utah and Colorado on its way to the Gulf of Mexico. //Show Notes: //7 County Infrastructure Coalition: Uinta Basin Railway https://scic-utah.org/projects/uinta-basin-railway/
On today's show, we'll hear an encore of a show from our archives that first aired in April. We'll be looking at the environmental impact of the rail industry and hear from people in two communities currently impacted by rail-related contamination. In February, a Suffolk Northern train carrying toxic chemicals derailed in East Palestine, Ohio, and residents are still recovering from the disaster over two months later. Residents like Jami Wallace and community organizations are fighting for relief. In Houston's Fifth Ward, residents have been living with the dire health effects of carcinogenic creosote used to treat railroad ties decades ago. Health officials have found cancer clusters in the neighborhood, where many have been devastated by the loss of friends, neighbors and loved ones. We'll hear a story from Living Downstream about the impacts to this close-knit community, where residents and organizers like Sandra Edwards continue to advocate for accountability and justice. Like this program? Please show us the love. Click here: http://bit.ly/3LYyl0R and support our non-profit journalism. Thanks! Featuring: Jami Wallace, community organizer and East Palestine resident Sandra Edwards, community organizer, member of Impact Fifth Ward and Impact Justice, and Fifth Ward resident Making Contact Staff: Host: Lucy Kang Producers: Anita Johnson, Salima Hamirani, Amy Gastelum, and Lucy Kang Executive Director: Jina Chung Interim Senior Producer: Jessica Partnow Engineer: Jeff Emtman Living Downstream Staff: Story: Generations in Houston's 5th Ward Contend With Contamination, Cancer Clusters Story producer: Laura Isensee Story editor: Steve Mencher Living Downstream founding producer: Steve Mencher President and CEO of Northern California Public Media: Darren LaShelle Story music: Minimal Documentary by penguinmusic via Pixabay Documentary by The Mountain via Pixabay Lobo Loco and Nine Inch Nails, under Creative Commons licenses Smithsonian Folkways Recordings for the use of music by the late Texas blues artist, Lightnin' Hopkins Learn More: Making Contact Homepage: www.radioproject.org Unity Council for EP Train Derailment petition urging President Biden to issue a Major Disaster Declaration for the Norfolk Southern train derailment: https://only.one/act/east-palestine Impact Fifth Ward: https://www.facebook.com/cleanupthecreosote Texas Standard's story and interview with reporter Laura Isensee: https://www.texasstandard.org/stories/houstonians-living-in-neighborhoods-with-high-rates-of-cancer-say-rail-yards-cleanup-plans-fall-short/ Spotify link to Living Downstream series, including the story heard on this episode: https://open.spotify.com/show/1tPKsb6vtQkuJjNrn5MEij Making Contact is a 29-minute weekly program committed to investigative journalism and in-depth critical analysis that goes beyond the breaking news. On the web at www.radioproject.org.
Rudy Bladel claimed he murdered his coworkers in an act of revenge — but most of his victims were complete strangers. Vanessa examines his life and crimes to understand Bladel's twisted logic. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
What do you say to somebody that tells you they're building a four-deck model railroad, we weren't sure either, but were determined to find out. John's love of railroads in the Chesapeake Bay area during the 1970s has led him to create a model railroad with multiple helixes several decks creating what believe will be in layout for the ages. Our next guest is a lifelong modeler, who recently joined the Rapido Trains team as project manager number 347. But wait, there's more, after a short stent at Custom Model Railroads in Baltimore and creating laser cut acrylic structure kits. John moved on to producing accurate decals for all major scales of the hobby, as well as stenciling for the restoration of some full-size railroad equipment with his Mount Vernon Shops becoming a growing concern since the early 2000's. It's a great interview with tons of interesting info, enjoy!!
This week, The Musafir Stories speaks with Vishnu Menon, a traveller and a student of History, as he takes us to Old Delhi aka Shahjahanabad! Today's destination: Old Delhi! Nearest Airport: Indira Gandhi International airport (DEL) Nearest Railway Station: New Delhi Railway station (NDLS) Prerequisites - NA Packing - Good walking shoes, water to stay hydrated, umbrella, shades Time of the year - Oct, Feb, Mar Length of the itinerary: 3-5 days Itinerary Highlights: Vishnu starts by covering the history and background of the 7 cities of Delhi, and why it was so important over the years We focus our discussion on Shahjanabad or current day Old Delhi, Delhi 6. 1. Lal Kot / Qila Rai Pithora - settled by the Tomars and the Rajputs, including Prithviraj Chauhan 2. Siri - In 1192, Mohammad Ghori defeated Prithviraj, and left the region to his slave and commander, Qutbuddin Aibak, who built the city of Siri, which was also used and consolidated by the Khilji dynasty. 3. Tughlaqabad - 4. Jahanpanah - Ghiyassudin Tughlaq's impressive fort-city, which can still be visited, was cursed from the start, and his successor Mohammad bin Tughlaq fortified the walls of Qila Rai Pithora and Siri, and encapsulated them into a new city: Jahanpanah 5. Firozabad/ Feroz Shah Kotla - His successor, Feroz Shah Tughlaq, was the first to build a fort along the Yamuna, recognized as the fifth city of Delhi. Feroz Shah's city was humongous by the standards of the day, extending from the Northern Ridge (where the other Ashokan Pillar stands) to Hauz Khas 6. Shergarh - Then, Sher Shah Suri, upon defeating Humayun in 1540, returned to Indrapat, a purportedly ancient village, and built his city, Shergarh, at the same site. 7. Dinpanah - Humayun came to power in 1555, and added to that, building the Purana Qila as his city, Dinpanah.Shah Jahan's great-grandfather, Humayun, too, had built a capital city there—Dinpanah, which later came to be called the Purana Qila or ‘Old Fort'. 8. Shahjahanabad - Shahjahan was the next Mughal to reign from Delhi, and gave it the most recent historical city,Shahjahanabad. Northward along the Yamuna, it had fourteen gates, and enjoyed the Golden Era of Mughal rule. It continued to serve as the Mughal capital until the end of the dynasty in 1857, in the decades before which it saw a brilliant cultural renaissance, a time of high etiquette, courtly graces and flourishing literary and music culture. We talk about the main structures around which Shahjahanabad is structured - Red Fort and Jama Masjid We also speak about the different developments that came up between and around these structures including Chandni Chowk, mosques, temples, markets, food streets, nature and much more. “Link to episode on Mangalore with Sampath Menon” - https://open.spotify.com/episode/1vVloNSFG0deaMUzzSuhUk?si=ia9whfB6Q4ePm7ZgKt5F8Q Links: Link to Vishnu's Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/charithra.sanchari/ Photo by Sergio Capuzzimati on Unsplash Follow the Musafir stories on: Twitter : https://twitter.com/musafirstories?lang=en Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/themusafirstories/ Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/musafirstoriespodcast/?hl=en website: www.themusafirstories.com email: firstname.lastname@example.org Do follow IVM Podcasts on social media. We are @IVMPodcasts on Facebook, Twitter, & Instagram. Follow the show across platforms: Spotify, Google Podcasts, Apple Podcasts, JioSaavn, Gaana, Amazon Music Do share the word with your folks!See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
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The sabotage of more than 20 trains in Poland by apparent supporters of Russia was carried out with a simple “radio-stop” command anyone could broadcast with $30 in equipment. Read this story here. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Time has passed, a year has gone by, and another visit to the Station Inn in Cresson, Pennsylvania has produced more great interviews with some very interesting characters. Situated beside the Norfolk Southern's main line from Altoona to Johnstown, Pennsylvania fighting over some of the steepest mainline grades east of the Mississippi. It's a busy helper district with high-volume traffic. In part, one of the Cresson Chronicles, we interviewed a delightful fellow known as John Zelehoski with a plethora of unfinished stories. We talked to Doug Watts, a former Conrail employee, lifelong railroader and finally someone that's becoming a fan favorite with his cheerful personality, Ralph Heiss, or we like to refer to him as Ralphie Boy. This is a great podcast and one we're sure you'll enjoy.
The vastness of this land is hard to fathom, and embedded in its earth is an iron spine. 160,000 miles of ringing railroad. and as deep and dark as the mist veiled forests and pitted canyons can be, deeper still are the mysteries and secrets along this great expanse. And there's no better way to explore this visage, than by the haunting light of a westbound train. From Cursed Death Cars in Cleveland Ohio to diamond eyed drifters and ET altercations out west, join us, as we grab a seat in the observation car, order up a night cap and peer out through the darkness at the things lurking along the ride..
Rippercast welcomes author Michael Hawley back to the show to discuss his new book Dr. Francis Tumblety and the Railway Ripper. Hosted by Jonathan Menges https://www.sunburypress.com/products/dr-francis-tumblety-the-railway-ripper?variant=41131635638365
Belfast is the capital of Northern Ireland, and its site has been occupied since the Bronze Age. It's been a major port since the 19th century, and the Harland & Wolff shipyard built RMS Titanic here. It's a city of much history, so it comes as no surprise that there are plenty of ghost stories linked with Belfast. Haunted prisons, railway stations, private homes, even roads - Belfast has the lot. So let's explore some of these Belfast ghost stories - and a particularly weird experience at one of its Bronze Age sites - in this week's episode of Fabulous Folklore! Find the images and references on the blog post: https://www.icysedgwick.com/belfast-ghost-stories/ Modern Fairy Sightings episode with Bethan Briggs-Miller: https://podcasts.apple.com/gb/podcast/ep-66-guest-host-takeover-2-icy-sedgwick-bethan-briggs/id1539352369?i=1000625051781 [UK ONLY] Pre-order Rebel Folklore with a 20% discount with code REBEL20 until 6 September: https://www.waterstones.com/book/rebel-folklore/icy-sedgwick/melissa-jarram/9780241623008 Pre-recorded illustrated talks: https://fabulousfolkloreschool.ezycourse.com/all-products?category=1035 Get your free guide to home protection the folklore way here: https://www.icysedgwick.com/fab-folklore/ Become a member of the Fabulous Folklore Family for bonus episodes and articles at https://patreon.com/bePatron?u=2380595 Enjoyed this episode and want to show your appreciation? Buy Icy a coffee to say 'thanks' at: https://ko-fi.com/icysedgwick Request an episode: https://forms.gle/gqG7xQNLfbMg1mDv7 Get extra snippets of folklore on Instagram at https://instagram.com/icysedgwick 'Like' Fabulous Folklore on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/fabulousfolklore/ Find Icy on BlueSky: https://bsky.app/profile/icysedgwick.bsky.social Tweet Icy at https://twitter.com/IcySedgwick
Welcome aboard to a captivating journey through time on today's episode. Join us as we delve into the annals of one of the most iconic railway networks – the Great Western Railway. Unravelling its rich history, we'll explore how this engineering marvel transformed communities and landscapes, forging connections that have stood the test of time. From the remarkable feats of engineering that birthed this railway titan to the tales of courage, determination and tragedies by individuals who made it all possible, our guest, author and historian Robin Wichard, takes us on an enthralling ride. But that's not all – brace yourselves for some accounts of the supernatural, as we venture into the mysteries that enshroud the Great Western Railway's past. So, whether you're a history enthusiast or simply seeking a nostalgic journey through picturesque landscapes, hop aboard our railway time machine as we uncover stories that have been preserved along this true country branch line of the old Great Western Railway. All aboard for a captivating expedition into the heart of railway heritage! My Special Guest is Robin Wichard Robin Wichard has worked as a teacher of history for over 30 years and now retired works in various capacities on the West Somerset Railway - Britain's longest preserved heritage railway. He has written a number of books from school resource books to texts on Victorian Photography and Re-living the 1940s. The West Somerset Railway Dating back to its construction, this railway behemoth carved its path through the picturesque countryside, connecting ten unique stations across a twenty-mile scenic journey. The legacy of historic steam locomotives, charming coaches, and steadfast wagons comes alive, echoing tales of an era long past. The intricate architecture of these stations, each a testament to a rich industrial heritage, traverse through the Quantock hills, Exmoor, and idyllic villages nestled in leafy lanes offering glimpses into unspoiled landscapes. Behold the breathtaking vistas of the Bristol Channel and distant South-Wales, with the confident spires of churches and the imposing presence of Dunster Castle. Isambard Brunel At the centre of the Great Western Railway's history is the visionary figure of Isambard Kingdom Brunel. A turning point came when a collective of West Somerset landowners sought Brunel's expertise to transform a concept into reality – the West Somerset Railway, a link connecting Watchet, a historic harbor town, to the region and beyond. The area's wealth of quarries necessitated a means of efficient transportation, and though a railway already existed in the form of the West Somerset Mineral Line, the connection to the Bristol and Exeter Railway was seen as vital. The railway eventually opened in 1862, three years after Brunel's passing. His indelible influence endures in the heritage line that stands today, the longest of its kind in England. In this episode, you will be able to: 1. Uncover some of the history, significance and social impact that the West Somerset Railway had. 2. Explore aspects of life on the railway and in the communities nearby. 3. Discover some of the paranormal reports and ghost lore attached to the line. 4. Examine the role the railway played during WWII and hear more about an upcoming immersive event. If you value this podcast and want to enjoy more episodes please come and find us on https://www.patreon.com/Haunted_History_Chronicles to support the podcast, gain a wealth of additional exclusive podcasts, writing and other content. Links to all Haunted History Chronicles Social Media Pages, Published Materials and more: https://linktr.ee/hauntedhistorychronicles Guest Links: Website for WSR including upcoming events: https://www.west-somerset-railway.co.uk/events --- Send in a voice message: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/hauntedchronicles/message
The hobby is dying, there's nothing but old guys in it, and soon there won't be anything left of model railroading. We here at the old AML Nation don't believe that for a second and this podcast is solid proof that the hobby is alive and well. John McGuire is a 22 year old enthusiastic modeler with a talent for installing LED lights and DCC decoders. Installing LED lights in model railroad locomotives can add a realistic touch to your layout, making the trains more visually appealing and immersive. John decided to start Garden State Modelworks and is quickly becoming known as a master craftsman with installations. When “Uncle” Dave found out that all he had to do was meet John with a box of locomotives at a gas station on the interstate he was sold on the idea and seeds of this of this podcast were planted. Enjoy!!
Much like President Franklin D. Roosevelt's series of radio broadcasts during WWII, “Uncle” Dave's fireside chats have become a cornerstone of the AML nation, bringing calmness and stability to the fast-paced, ever-changing world of model railroading. Just like FDR, “Uncle” Dave's fireside chats are designed to make complex issues and policies more accessible while at the same time avoiding that most common of all mistakes… Gluing your finger to your eyelid. Whether Dave is discussing the ebb and flow in world of business and railroading, the hiring of conductors and engineers, getting ready for next year's big Springfield show, his family taking precedence over all things railroading or just talking about one of his favorite railfanning spots, it all makes for great conversation. So grab yourself a big bowl of shredded hotel bed sheets, a tall cool glass of melted candle was wax and enjoy!!
This week we enjoy a light card game, as well as a much heavier train game Five Three Five by Kenichi Kabuki from Game Nowa and Portland Game Collective Railway Boom by Hisashi Hayashi from Okazu Brand Remember you can support the podcast by going to www.patreon.com/garrettsgames or click on the link below to check out all of the great games we have for sale at good prices: https://docs.google.com/spreadsheets/d/16ovRDNBqur0RiAzgFAfI0tYYnjlJ68hoHyHffU7ZDWk/edit?usp=sharing
The hobby of model railroading just continues to grow and grow, and today's electronics is opening up all sorts of avenues that we never thought possible just a few short years ago. One of those companies that is increasing enjoyment of the hobby is a small business located in Warwick, Rhode Island, called East Coast Circuits, specializing, in lighting affects for emergency vehicles, such as police, cars, firetrucks, ambulances and other vehicles like the UPS five-ton delivery van. There's also a whole range of circuits for crossing gates, traffic lights, burning fires and a range of other random lighting circuits. In just a few short years East Coast Circuits has made a name for itself and continues to grow. This is an amazing story of some enterprising fellows that decided to turn the hobby on its ear using nothing but a few LED lights, nine-volt batteries and a bit of wire. It's a story we're sure you'll enjoy.
Hello Travelers! This week we are continuing our long-play attraction series with 1 full hour of the Walt Disney World Railroad as it goes about it's grand circle tour of the Magic Kingdom. Whether you listen while you jog, at work, running errands or just winding down at night, we hope you enjoy and thank you so much for listening! As always, use good listening devices as we always record in 4 channel surround sound. We hope you enjoy the episode and thanks so much for following along! Look us up at @WalkaboutWDW on Instagram and drop us a note to say hi! Find our producer Josh also on Instagram at @TheSteele. Say hi to our west coast correspondent Ric at @opticaljedi. Lastly give a shout to our Orlando correspondent Pete at @neverlandlocal. You can now also drop us at line at email@example.com. Say hi, tell us how you found us, and give us some suggestions on things you'd love to hear. Please consider giving us a rating and review wherever you listen - it really helps. If you like what we do, consider joining our crew on Patreon. Walkabout The World is a weekly Disney podcast, always recorded on property at Walt Disney World or Disneyland Resort with the simple goal of making you feel like you are in the middle of the magic.
In this episode, we go over recent news and earnings including the US Federal Reserve's latest move, the hype around superconductors and earnings from Teladoc, Mastercard, Allied REIT and Canadian National Rail. Symbols of stocks discussed: TDOC, MA, AP-UN.TO, CNR.TO Check out our portfolio by going to Jointci.com Our Website Canadian Investor Podcast Network Twitter: @cdn_investing Simon's twitter: @Fiat_Iceberg Braden's twitter: @BradoCapital Want to learn more about Real Estate Investing? Check out the Canadian Real Estate Investor Podcast! Apple Podcast - The Canadian Real Estate Investor Spotify - The Canadian Real Estate Investor Sign up to Stratosphere for free
The Puffing Billy Railway is a world famous tourist railway near Melbourne, Australia. CEO Peter Abbott speaks with us about the importance of the people connected to it (staff, volunteers, and community), how the railway works to overcome challenges, and… The post Puffing Billy Railway – Sustainability and Success appeared first on The Roundhouse.
The Railway Children Chapter Nine Sleep Story read by English author and storyteller S.D. HUDSON #sdhudsonmagic published by Neworld Books Leeds --- Send in a voice message: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/sdhudsonmagic/message
Trains are statistically one of the safest ways to travel, but please mind the vibrations. Dr. Sydnee talks about the brief period in the 1800's when men kept going wild on trains.Music: "Medicines" by The Taxpayers https://taxpayers.bandcamp.com/
This is the story of a boy and his heavyweight passenger car known as “Erie Business Car One.” When not running JL Innovative Design with his brother Mike, Chris Costello can be found pursuing his other hobby of collecting full size 1:1 railroad equipment and the center piece of his collection is “Erie One,” a private railroad car operated by the Erie Railroad Company. Private railroad cars, also known as business cars or executive cars, were used by railroad executives, dignitaries, and sometimes wealthy passengers for luxurious and comfortable travel. These cars were equipped with lavish amenities, including comfortable sleeping quarters, a dining area, lounges, and even office spaces to conduct business while on the move. Chris bought the car and with the help of some dedicated individuals is slowly bring it back to life. This is a great podcast and one we're sure you'll enjoy!!
Olá amigos! Chegamos a mais um episódio, e desta vez voltamos a nossa série de episódios inteiramente dedicados à uma única atração que merece um Destaque do Mês, e a vítima desta vez foi a atração do chefe, o rato, o maioral, estamos falando da Mickey and Minnie's Runaway Railway do parque Hollywood Studios! Falamos […]
We're in French Lick, Indiana, with Brandy Reams of Visit French Lick West Baden. We talk about taking a ride on the French Lick Scenic Railway, attending the 100 Days of Lights holiday festival, and seeing the 200-foot dome at West Baden Resort. Show notes & our 1-page guide are at https://WeTravelThere.com/frenchlick Acorns invests your spare change automatically on every purchase and earns Found Money at participating retailers. It's a great way to save for travel. For a limited time, sign up at https://wetravelthere.com/acorns & we'll both earn $5.
It's the final part of all our NERPM interviews from this year's event, we heard from more than a dozen different participants and each with an interesting story to tell. RPM meets continue to grow and attract a wide range of modelers with various interests in all types of different railroading. This year's event attracted well over two hundred modelers and we're already looking forward to some more great interviews next year. In this episode we hear from avid Penn Central modeller Blair Davis, Erik Hansmann also known as Mr. RPM, the always lovable Chris Adams, Springfield show director, and man about town John Sacerdote and finally the man, the legend, none other than Dave Owens making sure everyone has a great time and occasionally gives people rides to dinner. So grab yourself a big bowl of shredded resin kit instructions, a tall cool glass of used decal water and enjoy!!
https://slasrpodcast.com/ SLASRPodcast@gmail.com Welcome to the Sounds Like a Search and Rescue Podcast! Also known as SLASR. Join an experienced search and rescue volunteer and his friend as they discuss all things related to hiking and search and rescue in the White Mountains of New Hampshire. Welcome to episode 114 of the sounds like a search and rescue podcast, we are a podcast about hiking and search and rescue in the white mountains. We also spend a lot of time talking about history, trail maintenance and forest management. This week we have a great guest joining us - Dave Govatski is the co curator of the White Mountains museum at Plymouth State University, he is a US forest Service employee, a volunteer trail maintainer, and an expert in old growth forests. David was kind enough to sit down with us on a wide ranging discussion where we touched on many topics including his involvement in the 1967 cog Railway accident, his advice on where to local old growth forest in the White Mountains, his experience in the forest service, the weeks act and a slew of other topics. All this plus recent hikes on Madison, Adams, and Acteon ridge plus recent search and rescue news included a near tragedy on Cannon Mountain This weeks Higher Summit Forecast About David Govatski Northern Woodland Article Forests For The People 1967 Cog Railway Tragedy Museum of the White Mountains Window Cling Order Form https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLScAWSpyB3_6IbQF84DaSkJ1KdlUzQkY6DDNM2S-8axYK98NyQ/viewform Topics Higher Summits Forecast Begging for Apple Podcast Reviews The Stomps love floating on the Pemi Listener feedback Near tragedy on Cannon Mountain 6 year old climbs the Devils Tower in Wyoming Free climber falls 500 feet Pop Culture Talk, Recent Hikers on Mount Madison, Mount Adams and Acteon Ridge Guest of the Week - Dave Govatski Recent Search and Rescue News Show Notes Apple Podcast link for 5 star reviews SLASR Merchandise SLASR LinkTree Hiker rescued Cannon Mtn 6 year old is the youngest to climb Devils Tower Dad throws kid in the water and floaties fall off Free climber falls 500 feet to her death Search concludes for epileptic hiker 16 year old lost hiker walks out of the Canadian Wilderness after 54 hour search. Missing Kayaker found deceased Injured Hiker on Falling Waters Trail Injured hiker rescued on Dicky Trail. Hiker assisted off Bald Mtn. Hiker assisted down Ammonoosuc Ravine Trail 10 Essentials Links https://www.nps.gov/articles/10essentials.htm https://americanhiking.org/resources/10essentials/ https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ten_Essentials https://www.rei.com/learn/expert-advice/ten-essentials.html https://www.outdoors.org/resources/amc-outdoors/outdoor-resources/the-10-essentials-what-to-pack-for-a-backcountry-hike/ https://www.mountaineers.org/blog/what-are-the-ten-essentials Sponsors and Partners Mount Washington Higher Summits Forecast Bay Slate Coasters Vaucluse - Sweat less. Explore more. – Vaucluse Gear Alzheimer's Association - 48 Peaks Seek The Peak Website CS Coffee
The All Island Strategic Railway Review is due to come before the Cabinet later this month, and it includes plans for more high speed connections between major cities and an increase in freight connections to ports. But Ireland wasn't always so poorly connected by rail, so why did we ever close so many of our lines to begin with? Sean was joined by Jonathan Beaumont, rail historian and writer to discuss...
If you're gonna be in the Navy it might as well be on the deck of a carrier during the storm of the century and if you're gonna be a member of the NMRA, it might as well be as the Conformance and Standards Chairman. Our next guest is Ex-Navy and the now serving the NMRA with the same commitment and enthusiasm as he did when firing jets off the deck of a carrier. But after trying to explain T-Trak to the Evel Overlord he'd rather be tied up in the Port of Memphis, Tennessee. We first met Andy on AML's Wednesday night Patreon chats and after finding out from Gordie the NMRA prez he's running the Conformance and Standards department for the NMRA, it seemed only natural to have him stop by the ‘ole AML Studios for a more in-depth investigation of this model railroader. From filling the basement of his parents home with plywood to helping out with the Big Bend Model Railroad Association, Andy wears a lot of different hats and they all seem to fit just fine.
When it comes to mammoth, legendary train journeys, the Trans-Siberian Railway is up there. Coming in at 9,289 kilometers, simply put, it's the longest railway line in the world. Starting in Moscow, it chugs east to its terminus, Vladivostok, but has another interchange where it then forks south to Mongolia and continues to Beijing, ultimately linking two of the world's great cities. So, nearly 180 episodes in to Talk Travel Asia, we're going to finally talk about this epic journey, what's entailed and hopefully give you enough background to either inspire or give you the idea that this journey is not for you. All aboard - here we go!
On today's episode we have a glass of Holladay Soft Red Wheat Bottled in Bond! We Continue our series talking about whether age is the end all be all on the flavor of whiskey with this 6 year our of Ben Holladay distillery in Missouri. We talk about the Pony Express, Wheat in a mashbill, and do you buy a known name or a no name? All that and more on today's episode of Whiskey Chasers! Be sure to Like us on Facebook and follow us on instagram, as well as rate and review the show wherever you are listening, it really helps us out. Our Website is www.whiskeychaserspod.com, check us out! Thanks, and enjoy the show!History of distilleryBen Holladay was born in KY, but moved west to Gain Fame and Fortune.He was a transportation Tycoon, Named “the stagecoach king” for laying out a stagecoach route throughout the west. This was purchased by Wells Fargo.He owned Steamships, Streatcars, and Railways, as well as silver mines and saloons. and was also the owner of the Pony ExpressLate 1800's he was the nation's Largest employer1856 Blue Springs Distillery is startedThe site was bought by Ben Holladay in 1849 and he noticed the limestone springs on the propertyBeing from KY, he knew the benefits of limestone water to distillationThere is a Cave on site that the whiskey was aged in and is still part of the tour there.1894Weston, MOWeston was established in 1837, was was a stop by Lewis and Clark in their 1804 expeditionIt was the second largest port on the missouri riverSpeculation is that if there had not been a flood in 1881 that shifted the river, it would have taken the place of Kansas City in size todayTastingThe bottleThe look of the bottleWhat is written on itNotes on why it looks the way it doesThe juiceWhen was this expression createdWhy did it come aboutMash billWho made itThe typeDoes it follow the rules of a certain type of whiskey?Support the showWebsite:www.whiskeychaserspod.comFacebook:https://www.facebook.com/whiskeychaserspodcastInsta:https://www.instagram.com/whiskeychaserspodcast/TikTok:https://www.tiktok.com/@whiskeychaserspodcastThanks For Listening! Tell a Friend!
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Its' ”Part Two” of the NERPM (excuse me) interviews direct to you from downtown Springfield, Massachusetts home each January to the big Amherst Society's model railroad show held at the Eastern Exposition grounds and each June modelers gather together at the NERPM meet in downtown Springfield, Massachusetts to celebrate model railroading in a different way. With various activities such as clinics covering topics like weathering techniques, scratch building, layout design, historical research, and some hands-on instructional workshops. In this episode of the NERPM Chronicles, you will hear from such great modelers as Jim Homoki who discusses recent events on his Penn Central layout, Rob Hinkle fills us in on what's up at the Operations Special Interest Group, Luis Segarra talks about being part of the show crew. Dave Oppedisano discusses starting his dream layout featuring his love of BNSF and Ted DiIorio tells about his hands on instructional weathering clinic that's always a hit at any show he attends. It's a fun podcast we're sure you'll enjoy!!
We're joined by friend of the show Gareth Dennis (@garethdennis) to discuss newly unveiled plans to close every ticket counter at every train station in England. Nothing else is going to be improved, of course, but we've envisioned some potential cost-cutting efficiencies: turning station guides into large human-sized braille dots, cutting the civil service down to just one guy that everyone gets mad at, and much more. Check out Rail Natter here! https://www.youtube.com/c/GarethDennisTV If you want access to our Patreon bonus episodes, early releases of free episodes, and powerful Discord server, sign up here: https://www.patreon.com/trashfuture *LIVE SHOW ALERT* We're going to be recording a live podcast in London on July 26! Get tickets here: https://bigbellycomedy.club/event/trashfuture-live-in-london/ *STREAM ALERT* Check out our Twitch stream, which airs 9-11 pm UK time every Monday and Thursday, at the following link: https://www.twitch.tv/trashfuturepodcast *WEB DESIGN ALERT* Tom Allen is a friend of the show (and the designer behind our website). If you need web design help, reach out to him here: https://www.tomallen.media/ *MILO ALERT* Check out Milo's upcoming live shows here: https://www.miloedwards.co.uk/live-shows and check out a recording of Milo's special PINDOS available on YouTube here! https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=oRI7uwTPJtg Trashfuture are: Riley (@raaleh), Milo (@Milo_Edwards), Hussein (@HKesvani), Nate (@inthesedeserts), and Alice (@AliceAvizandum)
Modeling the New Haven Railroad in the mid-1950s can be an exciting and historically accurate project. The New Haven Railroad, officially known as the New York, New Haven and Hartford Railroad (NYNH&H), was a prominent railroad company that served the New England region of the United States during that era. Our next guest is recreating as much of the New Haven Railroad as possible on three levels, with a track plan scaled down from the prototype, while enjoying the process and letting his creativity fill in the blanks. For Bill Chapin modeling the New Haven Railroad in the mid-1950s allows him to recreate a fascinating era in railroading history and bring it to life for the rest of us to enjoy!!