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A cover on an access port. Oilfield Series.
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A beat up engine plate. Almost every piece of equipment out here shows signs of being used--hard.
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This is a Torrington Lubricator. To me it looks like a musical instrument from a Jules Verne story.
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Rain conquers all. Oilfield Series.
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Just installed Android 5.1.1 LMY48M  with any luck, it's going to make my Nexus 5 phone more stable than Windows XP with a flaky video driver.
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To those of you who expressed concern that the Great Lilac Cutback would leave us with no purple and/or white flowers come spring, I give you this 360 degree view.
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These power transistors date this equipment in the early 1970's. Oilfield Series.
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Deck Corner. Oilfield Series.
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I've created a page for photography, which is now somehow a business page that lives in some other Google universe, but basically G+ seems so messed up and so marginal that it doesn't really matter to me anyway.

So if you want to see my photography it's over at https://plus.google.com/b/117877033468835359097/117877033468835359097/posts

If you want to interact, and it pains me to say this, find me on Facebook https://www.facebook.com/alanlangford.ca/
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I kind of miss the days where I could take the time to mess with fraudulent accounts instead of just reporting them.
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Feel free to share this, post it, print it, remix it (CC-SA) or get it on a t-shirt here http://teespring.com/stop-harper-2015
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entrepreneur, web developer, software developer, broadcaster, photographer, artist
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    Artist/photographer, 1957 - present
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Introduction
Suing producers of House for appropriating my character.

Will block anyone posting female-unfriendly content. If I think there's artistic value I'll give it a pass, but IMO there are enough places for babes in bikinis already (and I have no problem with that). If G+ makes half the population uncomfortable, then it's instantly half as good as it could be.
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Joomla guy: security team, ex-development team, extension developer.
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  • University
    evolution, 1536 - 2012
Public - a year ago
reviewed a year ago
This is one of the best rail museums I've been to. Most rail museums seem to have an attitude that being open to the public is a necessary inconvenience. Not this one: we arrived 45 minutes before closing time and they stayed open to let us get through the exhibits. The museum offers a unique hands-on view of what railroads were (and are) like. The extensive walk-through "yes you can touch almost everything" tour makes it a real experience. The cost of admission is well below average ($5 per adult), but they could sure do with more money -- a lot of stock is in a state of preservation rather than restoration. The entire operation runs on admission charges, donations, and volunteers, without government assistance. Highly recommended.
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