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Discussion in 'The Hokey Ass Message Board' started by Dog427435, Dec 18, 2009.
Vancouver 1974 marine gas station fire
would be nice to have some nameS to these individuals ( actors, actress, places, etc .... )
i know for one thing is for sure .... i did nOt grow up in this era and would like to know at who they are =)
Claudia Cardinale...actress she was in The Pink Panther , Once Upon A Time In the West & The Professionals with Lee Marvin & Burt Lancaster
US 24 near Belvue, Kansas.[/QUOTE]
Absolutely love this photo. Great period image of a classic 2-lane highway. Thanks for posting!
Good luck.Have fun.Be safe.
In post 84162, Picture No. 4 looks like a young Tiny Lund. And Tiny was from Iowa, wasn't he?
No ammo in the cylinder!---Now what?
Houston, TX. - now it's condos but still looks similar.
Japanese WW2 Kyūshū J7W1 Shinden fighter, not prodduced.
The Sphinx, circa 1850, Giza, Egypt
"Founded in 1912, by the Janss Investment Company, Owensmouth was an agricultural community with well-planned access to the Pacific Electric streetcars and an all-purpose highway, by the name of Sherman Way. However, it would take more than farms to draw the potential buyers that the Janns company were in search of. The Owensmouth Road Race was staged. It was the first and only road race ever held in the San Fernando Valley.
The race was a massive event. It was said to eclipse any event prior on the Pacific Coast. Countless entries were tallied and attendance was high, but Oldfield and “Terrible” Teddy Tetzlaff were the names that made the headlines.
Owensmouth grew and grew over the years, gaining it’s own high school, a women’s club, a Masonic lodge, an American Legion and so much more. In 1917, the town was annexed to the city of Los Angeles."
- from http://sanfernandovalleyrelics.com/the-town-of-owensmouth/
Separate names with a comma.