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Kawasaki MULE 3000


Kawasaki MULE 3010


Kawasaki MULE 4000


Kawasaki MULE 4010




Jornada Lakes

Jornada Lakes is a group of small ephemeral lakes in the upper part of the Jornada Draw in the Jornada Del Muerto basin in Sierra County, New Mexico. They lie along the Jornada Draw at an elevation of 4.688 feet / 1.429 meters. They are crossed b ...


Canals in West Sussex


Bordesley Junction

Bordesley Junction is a canal junction where the Grand Union Canal splits near to Bordesley, Birmingham, England. It opened in 1844, when the Birmingham and Warwick Junction Canal was built as part of a scheme to bypass the congestion at the Farm ...


Saul Junction


Aristotle Lane

Aristotle Lane is a road in north Oxford, England. The lane links North Oxford, leading from the junction of Kingston Road and Hayfield Road close to the junction with Polstead Road, with Port Meadow to the west, via bridges over the Oxford Canal ...


Manchester Bolton & Bury Reservoir

The Manchester Bury & Bolton Reservoir, commonly called Elton Reservoir, is located near the A58 Bolton Road in Greater Manchester, about 3 km south west of the town of Bury. Constructed in 1842 at the height of the canal era, it remains today as ...


Winterburn Reservoir

Winterburn Reservoir is located near the village of Winterburn in Malhamdale, North Yorkshire, England. It was constructed between 1885 and 1893 by Leeds civil engineers Henry Rofe and Edward Filliter to help maintain levels on the Leeds and Live ...


Foulridge Tunnel

The Foulridge Tunnel is a canal tunnel on the Leeds and Liverpool Canal in Foulridge, Lancashire. Also known as the Mile Tunnel, Foulridge is 1.630 yards long and was built by Samuel Fletcher, following Robert Whitworths 1789 survey. The tunnel i ...


Almond Aqueduct

The Almond Aqueduct, also known as the Lins Mill Aqueduct, is a navigable aqueduct that carries the Union Canal over the River Almond in Scotland, west of Ratho, Edinburgh.


Luggie Aqueduct

The Luggie Aqueduct carries the Forth & Clyde Canal over the Luggie Water at Kirkintilloch, to the north of Glasgow.It is a Category A listed building.


Scott Russell Aqueduct

The aqueduct was opened in May 1987 to carry the canal over the new Edinburgh City Bypass. This required a great deal of faith in the future of the canal, which culminated with the Millennium Link project when the Union Canal was connected with t ...


Alston Arches Viaduct

The bridge, which has four stone arches, was designed by Sir George Barclay Bruce as a railway bridge. It formed part of the Alston Line and was completed in March 1851. The railway closed in May 1976 and the bridge was re-opened by the Duke of G ...


Boythorpe Viaduct

The viaduct had two spans and two arches, which carried the LD&ECRs Chesterfield Market Place to Lincoln Central double track main line over the Midland Railways "Brampton Branch" and the industrial "Boythorpe Railway" a few hundred yards Eas ...


Cwm Prysor Viaduct

Cwm Prysor Viaduct, which is occasionally referred to as Blaen-y-Cwm Viaduct, is a railway viaduct which crosses the Afon Prysor in thinly populated uplands east of Trawsfynydd, Gwynedd, Wales. It was built by the Bala and Festiniog Railway. It c ...


Garndiffaith Viaduct

Garndiffaith Viaduct is a largely stone-built railway viaduct that formerly carried the former Brynmawr and Blaenavon Railway over the valley of the Avon Ffrwd at the lower end of the village of Garndiffaith, Torfaen in South Wales. It is Grade I ...


Keekle Viaduct

The viaduct is a substantial structure which carried the double-track C&WJRs Cleator Moor West to Siddick Junction via Workington Central main line over the River Keekle. It is situated between the former stations of Cleator Moor West and Kee ...


Lambley Viaduct

Lambley Viaduct is a stone bridge across the River South Tyne at Lambley in Northumberland. Formerly a railway bridge, it remains open to pedestrians but one end of the viaduct has been fenced off.


Meldon Viaduct

Meldon Viaduct carried the London and South Western Railway across the West Okement River at Meldon on Dartmoor in Devon, South West England. The truss bridge, which was constructed from wrought iron and cast iron not stone or brick arches, was b ...


Naburn Railway Bridge


Pensford Viaduct

Pensford Viaduct is a disused railway bridge in the village of Pensford within the historic English county of Somerset now unitary authority Bath and North East Somerset. It is a Grade II listed building.


Scarborough Railway Bridge


Defunct Alabama railroads


Lomen Company

The Lomen Brothers invested in the purchase of reindeer herds, and between 1920–1929, they mounted a huge structure of slaughterhouses and processing facilities, still getting success with the crossbreeding of caribou and reindeer. Then they proc ...


Defunct Alaska railroads


Defunct Arizona railroads


Defunct Arkansas railroads


AMCO Chemical

AMCO Chemical was a chemical distribution company located in Oakland, California. The land the company operated on is designated as a U.S. Environmental Protection Agency Superfund cleanup site. AMCO operated from the 1960s until 1989. Chemicals ...


Aztec Brewing Company

The Aztec Brewing Company was a regional brewery founded in Mexicali, Mexico in 1921, which moved to San Diego, California in 1933. It closed in 1953. It is the only brewing company ever to move from Mexico to the United States.


Breakthrough Software

Breakthrough Software was a software company based in Novato, California. Breakthrough developed and sold the Time Line project management software for PC DOS computers, releasing the first version in 1984, and version 2.0 in July, 1985. Company ...


George Haas & Sons

George Haas & Sons was a confectioner in San Francisco, California. The business expanded to four stores including one in the Phelan Building that was marketed as the most beautiful candy store in the U.S. and features on a historic postcard. Haa ...



Providian Financial Corporation was one of the leading credit card issuers in the United States when it was sold to Washington Mutual for approximately US.5 billion in October 2005. Providian was headquartered in San Francisco, California, and ha ...


Defunct California railroads


ALF Products

ALF Products Inc., or ALF, was a Colorado company primarily known for its computer-controlled music synthesizers and floppy disk supplies and duplicators.


Applied Films Corporation

Applied Films Corporation manufactured electrodes on glass for flat panel displays. These electrodes are used in liquid crystal displays, plasma displays, and auto-dimming car mirrors utilizing electrochromism. Major early customers were Burrough ...


Gibson Manufacturing Corporation

In 1933 Gibson recognized that there was a need for larger railroad speeders than those available on the market at the time. Gibsons larger speeder was an immediate success, and several found there ways to logging railroads, where people needed t ...


NightRiders, Incorporated

NightRiders was founded in July 2001 in Boulder, Colorado by Gary Calnan, Brad Dickerhofe, and Carl Grodnik. In 2004, the company opened a new operation in the state capital of Denver. Before closing its operational doors in 2005, NightRiders ear ...


Defunct New Mexico railroads


Connecticut Railway and Lighting Company

Connecticut Railway and Lighting Company was a streetcar and bus transit operator serving the region around Bridgeport, Norwalk, Derby, New Britain and Waterbury, Connecticut. It was formed in 1901 by United Gas Improvement Company of Philadelphi ...


Wheeler & Wilson

Allen B. Wilson in 1849 made possible one of the worlds greatest industries, and the sound administrative policy of Nathaniel Wheeler and his associates was responsible for the transformation of the industry from the modest confines of 1854 in Wa ...


Defunct Connecticut railroads


Defunct Delaware railroads



Datalantic was an electronic typesetting company originally located in Atlanta, Georgia. The company relocated to Stuart, Florida some time after 1983. The company was sold in 1992 at which time it effectively ceased to exist. The company played ...


Defunct Florida railroads


Americas Best Franchising


Defunct Georgia (U.S. state) railroads

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