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2ft 6in gauge horse drawn tramway. Welshpool station, Victoria, Australia
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Connected Welshpool to Port Welshpool. Total length ~ 5 kms (3.1 miles) and ran onto the fishing jetty. The line opened 1905 closed on 1 Jan 1941.
Port Welshpool 1938
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This was a VR tramway.
A 1929 Parliamentary Standing Committee On Railways map showing a proposed broad-gauge extension and existing narrow-gauge tramway between Welshpool and the Port Welshpool Jetty.
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Extension was never built.
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Pioneer Tailors and Fashion Designers

Christian Dior
French
21 Jan 1905 to 24 October 1957
Brand: Christian Dior

The brand Christian Dior personifies elegance, innovation and ingenuity....

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#fashion
#Icon #ThrowbackThursday
#bbnaijalockdown2020
Tinubu Erica
A leader in the world of haute-couture, the House of Dior is one of the biggest names in the world of fashion and much credit for everything that the brand reckons with goes to its founder, the legendary fashionista and fashion designer – Christian Dior.
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#bbnaijalockdown2020
Christian Dior Quotes

"It is not money that makes you well dressed: it is understanding."

"Simplicity, good taste and grooming are the three fundamentals of good dressing and these do not cost money."

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#hushpuppy #bbnaijalockdown2020 Nengi Erica
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I think it’s time for the truth to come out... dirty secrets are not my burden to carry.
I’ll start by saying up until a few years ago, I was fully indoctrinated into toxic police culture. I fully bought into it. If I heard anything like my story I wouldn’t believe it. I’d hold popular opinion that she’s crazy/incompetent/vindictive/lying/slutty and a bitch.
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I know 2 Sudans, the story of transitioning from one identity to another and the long awaited change to the conversations of who qualifies as a government representative for the discussion that begins next week on #FacesofJunub could you list some panelists to zoom in?
In this discussion we begin to debunk the use of language to define culture and ethnicity in the modern setting of #AfricaDialogues what significance does artistic expression have in shaping a revolutionary struggle?
Its certainly a renaissance of artistic expression when speaking of the cross cutting effect of Madilu system's lingala music on the radio, followed by Diamonds Tetema and singing it in unison, but have you heard an old song that sticks with you? I think of Lucky Dube's reggae
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#ThrowbackThursday Starting a thread on some of the Best English TV Series i saw in the 80's and 90's on DD, the Baap of all TV Channels in India. Starting with Johnny Soko And His Flying Robot a Childhood favorite about a Boy who had a watch controlled Flying Robot #FlyingRobot
Project UFO was about a team of 2 USAF Officials Maj. Jake Gatlin and Staff Sgt. Harry Fitz. who set off on a mission across the USA to investigate UFO sightings and find out the truth behind them. A good predecessor to the X Files this was based on Project Blue Book #ProjectUFO
Target was a British Police Action Drama series featuring the famous character Det. Supt. Steve Hackett, who with his sharp wits and quick action would almost tackle every criminal and bring him down. This was also quite popular for its theme music #Target #Hackett #DD #TV
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#ThrowbackThursday

Sir Louis Odumegwu Ojukwu

Sir Louis Phillip Odumegwu Ojukwu, was a business tycoon who hailed from Umudim Nnewi. He was considered the wealthiest person in Nigeria and the whole of west Africa at the time.
He was Nigeria's first recorded billionaire with his net worth reaching equivalent of 4 billion dollars using today's currency.

He was the founder of Ojukwu Transport, Ojukwu Stores and Ojukwu Textiles. At his peak, he was the first and founding president of The Nigerian Stock
Exchange as well as president of The African Continental Bank.

He was also either chairman or on the board of directors of some of Nigeria's most profitable companies such as Shell Oil Nigeria Limited, Guinness Nig. Ltd, Nigerian National Shipping Lines, Nigerian Cement Factory,
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#MitCoronaLeben #CovidPersistente #Covid1in20 #Covid1in10 #apresJ20 #ThrowbackThursday
Heute ist ein ganz besonderer Tag. Vor genau 100 Tagen hatte ich die ersten Symptome: Einen trockenen hohlen Husten, brennende Augen und erhöhte Temperatur. Das war noch ok. /1
Dann begann eine schier unglaubliche Fatigue und es folgten: Lungenentzündung, kompletter Geruchs- und Geschmacksverlust, Ausschlag, Atemaussetzer, Taubheitsgefühle, pieksen, unbändiger Durst, Kopfschmerzen, Gelenkschmerzen, schwere kognitive Probleme, u.v.m. /2
Wie sieht es in Woche 15 aus?
- Ich habe eine bronchiale Hyperreagibilität.
- Ich bin wegen der kognitiven Probleme wieder arbeitsunfähig und niemand kann mir sagen, wie lange das dauern wird.
- Ich habe wieder einen kompletten Geschmacksverlust.
❗️ #Corona ist kein Witz ❗️ /3
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2013: 7 years ago we were freed by Spanish homeland security after spending 2 months in jail for illegally entering Europe by sea. This, after attempting for one year from Morocco. I had nothing by then but a dream and a faith of pursuing it.
Some people will always (1/3)
tell you that it's too late, that you can’t make it, that it's not meant for you, that you're not worth it, or that you can't succeed without them (while their lives aren't an exemple of success). Those voices are always around the corner to make you quit your dream (2/3)
and maybe your destiny. It’s up to you and only you if you let them get to your mind, but you can also reject or ignore the negativities around you and make it in your own way. (3/3) #throwbackthursday
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Ulnar Nerve Transposition
I deeply regret the amount of time I leaned on my left elbow in angst 🤦🏻‍♀️
Thanks so much to @wxpnfm for always being there. 🙏 Currently recovering from Ulnar Nerve Transposition surgery & grateful I can listen to music that heals. 📻❤️ xpn.org/playlists/xpn-… #WhyISupportXPN #WhyILovePhilly Image
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On our #ThrowbackThursday, we're looking at the Adamma mask.

Adamma is a contemporary maiden spirit mask that originates from Enugu and can be found now in Anambra.

The mask is performed by men only and is accompanied by music that the masker dances to. Unlike other Igbo masks,
Adamma mask does not have any spiritual value behind it.

The ceremonial masquerade is named after Adamma, a name loosely translated to ‘beautiful woman’ and reserved for the first daughter of a family. She is always gorgeously dressed in colourful attires and dances so...
beautifully that most times, people wonder whether it’s actually a man under the mask and has been described as a performance of femininity in a glamourised and controlled manner.

Generally in Igbo culture, "nwanyi anaghi eti mmonwu" masquerades have never been reserved for the
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Proud to have endorsed #PlagueOfCorruption a month ago - congrats to @DrJudyAMikovits & @1anti_s for triumphing over public health-industrial complex & Silicon Valley censors. @RobertKennedyJr 's intro to the book also must-read.
#ThrowbackThursday Get the truth about Fauci, Big Pharma & Deep State vaccine cover-up.
#Plandemic
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Today on #ThrowbackThursday, we're giving a brief insight to the defunct Bakassi Boys group of the South East.

The group of the Bakassi Boys was created in 1998 by traders in the commercial city of Aba!!

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#CoalCityConnect
The aim of the group was to protect themselves from armed robbers, hoodlums, ritualists, kidnappers, and even the practice of dark magic itself as was observed in the case of Eddy Nawgu, an alleged false prophet and occultist whom they killed and beheaded.
As a "vigilante group" they successfully reduced crime in Aba. Their services were now in high demand and their activities spread to other Eastern Nigeria cities of Owerri and Onitsha with the same Modus operandi.

Founding members (who joined voluntarily) were primarily young..
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It's #ThrowbackThursday at The NDN Silver Blog, with a work commissioned by one of our dearest friends for another, a piece intended not precisely to replace something lost, but rather to accompany the wearer in a journey of renewal: wingssilverwork.com/throwbackthurs…. Image
This was a commissioned piece from something a little under two years ago. One of my dearest friends asked me to have Wings create this for a different friend, one who had previously worn one of Wings's coils.
I say "previously," because it was lost, along with virtually all of her material possessions, and her home, in the NorCal wildfires in late 2018.

The previous one embodied love, and dreams. Going forward, she would need plenty of both. Image
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“China believes that its rightful place is at the center of the world and views the last 100 years as an aberration it intends to correct.” - @marcorubio #ThrowbackThursday americanmind.org/essays/america…
They have no interest in adhering to the rules of a post-war international system, instead seeking to upend or replace it. They pursued these plans while “hiding their strength & biding their time,” portraying themselves as a poor developing country and a non-expansionist power.
And they succeeded in luring American policymakers into making negligent and catastrophic mistakes. Washington passed financial, trade, tax, and patent laws designed to smooth over the process for companies to open up operations in China.
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#Benalla Railway Station Victoria. viewer.slv.vic.gov.au/?entity=IE1884… via @Library_Vic c. 1900-10
North of the station, the Oaklands line, towards Yarrawonga, branches off. Benalla was also the junction for the now closed Tatong line.
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A view of part of the front of the Benalla Railway Station. Horse drawn and motor vehicles are present.
digitised-collections.unimelb.edu.au/handle/11343/7… 1915
View of railway tracks, rolling stock, yards and railway workshops at Benalla.
digitised-collections.unimelb.edu.au/handle/11343/7…
1910
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The perfect play for @JoeBiden ▶️ "If I were Joe Biden, I’d immediately announce Warren as my vice-presidential pick. I’d further say that I agree with her bail out terms, and that while I don’t have a vote in the Senate, she does and she’s my proxy."

washingtonmonthly.com/2020/03/18/bid…
Chatter grows for @JoeBiden to leverage @ewarren's "unquestioned mastery of the federal government and the levers of power" in #BidenWarren ticket. @ed_kilgore on the 🎯 LFG nymag.com/intelligencer/…
"Warren doesn’t just bolster his standing with a key, brand new base demographic ... but helps unify a party fragmented by a bruising primary" + "competence, intelligence, and binder full of plans, ready to be implemented on Day 1" makes her a 💥choice.

dailykos.com/stories/2020/3…
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Tucker Carlson Exposing @BernieSanders's Flip Flop on Immigration

"For decades Sanders had what would now be considered 'Conservative' views on immigration...Mass Immigration lowers wages, so Sanders was against it. Then Sanders ran for President & his views changed completely."
@BernieSanders Earlier this month a swing voter called out @BernieSanders at one of his rallies for his flip-flop on immigration.

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Today on #ThrowbackThursday, let's look at the person of Mazi Mbonu Ojike.

Mazi Mbonu Ojike (1914 -1956) was a Nigerian nationalist and writer. He advanced from a choirmaster, organist, and teacher in an Anglican school to become...

A thread.

#CoalCityConnect
...a student in America and then a cultural and economic nationalist. He was the Second Vice President of the NCNC and Deputy Mayor of Lagos in 1951. Ojike was known as the "boycott king" for his slogan, 'boycott the boycottables'. In America, he spent 8 years involved in...
...intellectual pursuit and improving outsiders’ knowledge of Africa speaking from an African perspective. Upon his return, he promoted his brand of Africanisation, a persistent consumption of African forms of cloths, food, dress, religion and dances while also believing in the..
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Townsend station (Marburg, was named Townsend 1917-20)
A daily service to Ipswich departed Marburg each morning and returned in the evening
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This looks like a special train.
Marburg railway crossing early 1920s?
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Loading timber at the Marburg railway yards 1918
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#TBT #ThrowbackThursday

Last Thursday, I got a fish bone stuck in my throat. A day later, I had developed a headache, my ear hurt and my throat was sore; I was very uncomfortable. By Saturday, it became unbearable so I decided to go see an ENT (Ear, Nose and Throat) specialist.
When I arrived at the hospital, I told the lady at the front desk it was an emergency. I let her know what the problem was and she immediately arranged for me to see the doctor as soon as he became available.

I decided to use the wait time to respond to some emails.
Some minutes in, a nurse came to call me, I asked her to please bear with me for a minute or two as I was almost done with my response to an email.

I hadn’t typed two more words when I heard the doctor’s loud voice, “how can she say she has an emergency but she’s on the phone...
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Colac c. 1949. Junction for VR Beech Forest/Crowes VR 2'6" line. PG Dow
Will be visiting Colac next Monday.
Colac track/signalling diagram 1923
victorianrailways.net/signaling/comp…
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It must be done right.
It must be done according to the rule of law.
It must carry weight.
It must be proven in the court of law.
There can be no mistakes.
Good things sometimes take time.

Attempts to slow/block the inevitable [Justice] will fail.
[Democrat]s election interference 2016.
>Clinton/Hussein illegal FISA
[Democrat]s election interference 2018.
>Mueller
[Democrat]s election interference 2020.
>Impeachment

thehill.com/opinion/campai…
Projection.
These people are sick.
We, the People, are the cure.
Q
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