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Saint Louis : Scale of sizes. About to complete another short haul feeder service, a TWExpress Saab 340 is seconds before touching down on Lambert's Runway 30L. Still much larger while dozens of yards away, a mainline MD.80 taxies to the holding point. Larger than all and contributing to the background is the Renaissance Hotel.
Scale of sizes. About to [..]
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uy707
   
     
Saint Louis : Jefferson National Expansion Memorial in Saint Louis, Missouri. This amazing monument was designed by Finnish architect Eero Saarinen with the contribution of the structural engineer Hannskark Bandel back in 1947. The arch was finally built between 1963 and 1968. It is tall enough at 630 feet/192 meters and as wide as 630 feet/192 meters at base level. Legs are 54 feet/16 meters at the base yet only 17 feet/5.20 meters at the top. Believe it or not, there is a tram to carry passengers to the top, with an amazing observation deck featuring unique overview of Saint Louis. Just a marvel of engineering! Be aware: the ride to the top is done thanks to very small wagon. Avoid it if you are somewhat claustrophobic.
Jefferson National Expans[..]
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WestCoastSpirit
   
     
Saint Louis : Miniature trains steam across part of the 32+ acre Anheuser-Busch Center's park. Close up on engine # 35 on the tracks for another mission.
Miniature trains steam ac[..]
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Saint Louis : An inseparable trio !
An inseparable trio ![..]
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uy707
   
     
Saint Louis : Saint Louis Union Station, located downtown. It used to be a major rail road hub during the Gold Rush. Saint Louis was the last “big” city before the wild wide west. Now clearly a national landmark, as far as railroad art is concerned. Such a nice train station is simply amazing!
Saint Louis Union Station[..]
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WestCoastSpirit
   
     
Saint Louis : Anheuser-Busch Center's extensive park. A totem.
Anheuser-Busch Center's e[..]
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uy707
   
     
Saint Louis : The St. Louis Arch, St. Louis, Mo
The St. Louis Arch, St. L[..]
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waldo
   
     
Saint Louis : Sterlingly pulled by steam engine 34, aminitrain brings back another party of happy visitors to the
Sterlingly pulled by stea[..]
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uy707
   
     
Saint Louis : Jefferson National Expansion Memorial in Saint Louis, Missouri. This amazing monument was designed by Finnish architect Eero Saarinen with the contribution of the structural engineer Hannskark Bandel back in 1947. The arch was finally built between 1963 and 1968. It is tall enough at 630 feet/192 meters and as wide as 630 feet/192 meters at base level. Legs are 54 feet/16 meters at the base yet only 17 feet/5.20 meters at the top. Believe it or not, there is a tram to carry passengers to the top, with an amazing observation deck featuring unique overview of Saint Louis. Just a marvel of engineering! Be aware: the ride to the top is done thanks to very small wagon. Avoid it if you are somewhat claustrophobic.
Jefferson National Expans[..]
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WestCoastSpirit
   
     
Saint Louis : Hard Rock café within the Saint Louis Union Station, located downtown. It used to be a major rail road hub during the Gold Rush. Saint Louis was the last “big” city before the wild wide west. Now clearly a national landmark, as far as railroad art is concerned. Such a nice train station is simply amazing!
Hard Rock café within the[..]
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WestCoastSpirit
   
     
Saint Louis : Jefferson National Expansion Memorial in Saint Louis, Missouri. This amazing monument was designed by Finnish architect Eero Saarinen with the contribution of the structural engineer Hannskark Bandel back in 1947. The arch was finally built between 1963 and 1968. It is tall enough at 630 feet/192 meters and as wide as 630 feet/192 meters at base level. Legs are 54 feet/16 meters at the base yet only 17 feet/5.20 meters at the top. Believe it or not, there is a tram to carry passengers to the top, with an amazing observation deck featuring unique overview of Saint Louis. Just a marvel of engineering! Be aware: the ride to the top is done thanks to very small wagon. Avoid it if you are somewhat claustrophobic.
Jefferson National Expans[..]
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WestCoastSpirit
   
     
Saint Louis : St-Louis Lambert when TWA ruled supreme provides for the setting of this gate shot starring a Boeing 727-200 almost overshaddowing a Mc Donnell MD.80, and an ATR42 sitting on a remote stand.
St-Louis Lambert when TWA[..]
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Saint Louis : Art details on Riverfront trail, Saint Louis. This area along the Mississippi river is to be reconverted from an industrial landscape to a leisure friendly zone
Art details on Riverfront[..]
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WestCoastSpirit
   
     
Saint Louis : A fountain in Anheuser-Busch Center's extensive recreational park.
A fountain in Anheuser-Bu[..]
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uy707
   
     
Saint louis : Jefferson National Expansion Memorial in Saint Louis, Missouri. This amazing monument was designed by Finnish architect Eero Saarinen with the contribution of the structural engineer Hannskark Bandel back in 1947. The arch was finally built between 1963 and 1968. It is tall enough at 630 feet/192 meters and as wide as 630 feet/192 meters at base level. Legs are 54 feet/16 meters at the base yet only 17 feet/5.20 meters at the top. Believe it or not, there is a tram to carry passengers to the top, with an amazing observation deck featuring unique overview of Saint Louis. Just a marvel of engineering! Be aware: the ride to the top is done thanks to very small wagon. Avoid it if you are somewhat claustrophobic.
Jefferson National Expans[..]
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WestCoastSpirit
   
     
Saint Louis : Steam boats on the Mississippi River, from the Jefferson National Expansion Memorial in Saint Louis, Missouri. This amazing monument was designed by Finnish architect Eero Saarinen with the contribution of the structural engineer Hannskark Bandel back in 1947. The arch was finally built between 1963 and 1968. It is tall enough at 630 feet/192 meters and as wide as 630 feet/192 meters at base level. Legs are 54 feet/16 meters at the base yet only 17 feet/5.20 meters at the top. Believe it or not, there is a tram to carry passengers to the top, with an amazing observation deck featuring unique overview of Saint Louis. Just a marvel of engineering! Be aware: the ride to the top is done thanks to very small wagon. Avoid it if you are somewhat claustrophobic.
Steam boats on the Missis[..]
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