The Jalopy Journal
Discussion in 'The Antiquated' started by Ryan, Jun 17, 2019.
So that's why it's called Formula Vee!
No FUCKING way!!!
Definitely an “OH SHIT!” moment.
I don't know, but something suggests possible photo shop.
Yep! Counted all 16 planes....
Once the largest shopping center in the world Lloyd Center is now doomed for destruction - Portland Oregon
1927 - SW Chapman St. (now SW 18t Ave.) & Yamhill St. - Portland Oregon
Wawona Tree - Yosemite
If I remember well, these guys are skyscraper window washers...
..the platform let go so they pull up the guy by the rope around his waist....
Looks like there were two gentlemen who needed help!
I have always enjoyed Jeepsterhemi's Montreal contributions - the French have a flair for things, ie. that little logo on the fireman's coffeewagon.
The thing that bothered me was the gloved left hand on the edge of the roof not tightly grasping for dear life and the the use of the knee against the building instead of the feet to aid in the rescue.
Note the cigarette
Yep, all in a days work... The good old days...
There’s a third guy down on the street.
As I have mentioned before, my dad was an engineer on the Santa Fe RR and one of his runs was to San Diego on the "San Diegan". Going South you would always sit on the right side to enjoy the beach views. On the return trip you could enjoy the water from the left side. Occasionally I would ride in the cab of the engine and even honk the horn. The train stopped at every small town it seemed... San Juan Capistrano, Escondido, Del Mar, and so on. @jnaki, you had mentioned the Red Car getting you from Long Beach to Union Station. That was a great way to travel, busses were available to but were slower. San Diego also had their version of the rail system. All you needed was a token.
Original Toronto Star caption: Rescuer Harry Harrison climbs back to top of Simpson's Tower after being lowered to cradle where he tied ropes around waists of two trapped window cleaners.
Dick Jesse Mr. Unswitchable...
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