Bröl Valley Railway Bröltalbahn/ Rhein-Sieg-Eisenbahn Line length: 87.3 Track gauge: 785 mm (2 ft 6 29⁄32 in) Hennef–Waldbröl (actual Bröl Valley Railway) Legend 0.0 km Hennef passenger station 67.32 m above NN 1.0 Hennef goods station 68.00 m 1.0 to Asbach 68.00 m Sieg 2.2 Allner 70.22 m 4.4 Bröl 79.59 m 9.7 Ingersauel Mill 98.69 m 12.5 Herrnstein 114.48 m 13.6 Büchel 120.16 m 14.7 Felderhoferbrücke 126.35 m Paper factory (refuge siding) 17.0 Schönenberg 140.17 m Saurenbach (refuge siding) 20.3 Ruppichteroth 164.40 m 24.0 Benroth 188.64 m 25.4 Berkenroth…Continue Reading “Bröl Valley Railway”

Houses overlooking Smalls Pond. Smalls Pond was a pond located near Coxwell Avenue and Kingston Road in Toronto, Canada. [1][2][3] Some accounts say it was twelve feet deep, others that it was twelve meters deep. While some accounts say it was a natural feature, Jane Fairburn, in “Along the Shore: Rediscovering Toronto’s Waterfront Heritage”, wrote that gentleman farmer Charles Coxwell Small, owner of 472 acres (191 hectares), dammed a creek than called Serpentine Creek, to form the damm, for the water-power for sawmills.[4] In late…Continue Reading “Small’s Pond”

Lover, Beloved: Songs from an Evening with Carson McCullers Studio album by Suzanne Vega Released October 14, 2016[1] Studio Sneaky Studios Genre Folk rock Length 33:02[2] Label Amanuensis Productions[3] Producer Gerry Leonard Suzanne Vega chronology Close-Up Series (2014) Lover, Beloved (2016) Professional ratings Review scores Source Rating Allmusic [4] Rolling Stone [5] Lover, Beloved: Songs from an Evening with Carson McCullers is the ninth studio album by the American singer/songwriter Suzanne Vega, which was released on October 14, 2016.[1] The album is based on a…Continue Reading “Lover, Beloved: Songs from an Evening with Carson McCullers”

This is a list of constituencies in the “historical” country of Essex Contents 1 Seats before 1832: 8 seats 2 Seats 1832 – 1868: 10 seats 3 Seats 1868 – 1885: 12 seats 4 Seats 1885 – 1918: 13 seats 5 See also Seats before 1832: 8 seats[edit] Constituency Created Abolished Members Notes Essex 1832 Two Maldon 1983 Two Colchester 1983 Two Harwich 2010 Two Seats 1832 – 1868: 10 seats[edit] Constituency Created Abolished Members Notes South Essex 1832 1885 Two From Essex North Essex…Continue Reading “Historical List of Parliamentary constituencies in Essex”

This article is about Montgomery Gentry album. For album by Irish band mytown, see Mytown (album). My Town Studio album by Montgomery Gentry Released August 27, 2002 (2002-08-27) Recorded 2002 Genre Country Length 49:53 Label Columbia Nashville Producer Blake Chancey Montgomery Gentry chronology Carrying On (2001) My Town (2002) You Do Your Thing (2004) Singles from My Town “My Town” Released: June 3, 2002 “Speed” Released: December 30, 2002 “Hell Yeah” Released: July 28, 2003 Professional ratings Review scores Source Rating Allmusic – [1] My Town is the…Continue Reading “My Town (album)”

Metabolic Technologies Type Private Industry Life Sciences Dietary supplements Analytical services Founded 1990 Founder Steven L. Nissen, Naji N. Abumrad Headquarters Ames, Iowa Area served Worldwide Key people Shawn Baier (Chief Operating Officer), John A. Rathmacher (Laboratory Director) Products HMB Website Official page Metabolic Technologies, Inc is an American life sciences company that sells dietary supplements and analytical services. Metabolic Technologies is headquartered in Ames, Iowa.[1] The company has sponsored a number of clinical trials for the nutritional supplement HMB.[2][3][4] References[edit] ^ “Company Overview of…Continue Reading “Metabolic Technologies, Inc.”

This article is an orphan, as no other articles link to it. Please introduce links to this page from related articles; try the Find link tool for suggestions. (June 2015) Wilmington & Long Beach Rapid Transit Railroad (a.k.a. Get Out and Push Railroad) The Get Out and Push Railroad in 1887, “with seats all around and a place in the center for baggage”[1] Locale California Dates of operation 1882 (1882)–1887 (1887) Successor Southern Pacific Railroad The Get Out and Push Railroad (formally, the Wilmington & Long Beach…Continue Reading “Get Out and Push Railroad”

Champions Bowl II Amarillo Venom Wichita Force (10-4) (11-2) 45 48 Head coach:  Julian Reese Head coach:  Paco Martinez 1 2 3 4 Total Amarillo 0 10 7 28 45 Wichita 7 13 7 21 48 Date June 27 Stadium INTRUST Bank Arena Location Wichita, KS MVP TBA Attendance 4,227 United States TV coverage Network Eversport Champions Bowl II  < -1  III >  Champions Bowl II was the second title game of Champions Indoor Football (CIF). It was played on June 27, 2016. Road to the Champions…Continue Reading “Champions Bowl II”

Archie Campbell Personal information Full name Archibald Campbell[1] Date of birth 1880 Place of birth Kirkintilloch, Scotland Date of death 14 September 1918 (aged 38)[1] Place of death Nord, France Playing position Outside left Senior career* Years Team Apps (Gls) Kirkintilloch Rob Roy Carlisle United 1906–1909 Clyde 10 (0) 1909–1914 Ayr United 67 (12) 1914–1915 Abercorn 23 (1) * Senior club appearances and goals counted for the domestic league only. Archibald “Archie” Campbell (1880 – 14 September 1918) was a Scottish professional football outside left…Continue Reading “Archie Campbell (footballer, born 1880)”

Chenzhou or Chen Prefecture (陳州) was a zhou (prefecture) in imperial China seated in modern Huaiyang County, Henan, China. It existed (intermittently) from the 6th century to 1913. Between 1734 and 1913 during the Qing dynasty it was known as Chenzhou Prefecture (陳州府). Geography[edit] The administrative region of Chenzhou in the Tang dynasty is under the administration of modern Zhoukou in eastern Henan: Huaiyang County Zhoukou Xiangcheng City Shangshui County Taikang County Xihua County Shenqiu County References[edit] Shi Weile, ed. (2005). Zhongguo Lishi Diming Da…Continue Reading “Chen Prefecture (Henan)”