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Malta’s brief railway history has been marked at an exhibition in Birkirkara, which boasts one of the few remaining train stations on the island. Organised by the local council, the exhibition was titled Vapur tal-Art, the Maltese term for the railway, which, literally translated, means land...

Malta’s brief railway history has been marked at an exhibition in Birkirkara, which boasts one of the few remaining train stations on the island. Organised by the local council, the exhibition was titled Vapur tal-Art, the Maltese term for the railway, which, literally translated, means land...

Sliema Old Photos | Sliema Local Council

Sliema Old Photos | Sliema Local Council

Street cars in DC

Street cars in DC

Malta: Cospicua (Bormla) Parish church, 1846. Salted paper print from paper negative.

Malta: Cospicua (Bormla) Parish church, 1846. Salted paper print from paper negative.

Deerfield, IL, 1909: Deerfield's first automobile a Gorman-Jeffries Rambler owned by Joe Pyle, at the Chicago, Milwaukee, St. Paul and Pacific (Milwaukee Road) Railroad Depot. From the Deerfield Area Historical Society's photo collection.

Deerfield, IL, 1909: Deerfield's first automobile a Gorman-Jeffries Rambler owned by Joe Pyle, at the Chicago, Milwaukee, St. Paul and Pacific (Milwaukee Road) Railroad Depot. From the Deerfield Area Historical Society's photo collection.

Do You know where this is?

Do You know where this is?

The Peterson-Dumesnil House is an Italianate house in the Crescent Hill neighborhood of Louisville, Kentucky. Of the remaining large country estates built in the late 19th century to the east of the city, it is the closest to Downtown Louisville. The house was built circa 1869. In the post-Civil-War period, wealthy Louisvillians began to build country houses near the city, where they would spend weekends or summers, & eventually live as faster transportation to the city became available.

The Peterson-Dumesnil House is an Italianate house in the Crescent Hill neighborhood of Louisville, Kentucky. Of the remaining large country estates built in the late 19th century to the east of the city, it is the closest to Downtown Louisville. The house was built circa 1869. In the post-Civil-War period, wealthy Louisvillians began to build country houses near the city, where they would spend weekends or summers, & eventually live as faster transportation to the city became available.

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