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  1. Buffalo

    Buffalo is the second largest city in the U.S. state of New York. It was inhabited by Iroquois natives, founded in 1832 by settlers and grew to become an industrial center in the Great Lakes/Midwest region, specializing in grain products and steel. Production and population was bolstered with...
  2. United States Urban Issues
    I don't know if there is any recording of September 11 memorials. With the 18th anniversary tomorrow, it would be interesting to see what your local September 11 memorial looks like.
  3. The World Trade Center
    Lord Rogers’s Tower 3 at 175 Greenwich Street, between Dey and Cortlandt Streets, is a flat-topped building with asymmetrical shoulders and the diagonal beams of the exoskeletal framework (on the sides) seem to echo the rooftop of Tower 2. The building will rise 1,155 feet, reaching the higher...
  4. Guess the City
    O K, this is my turn to create a dedicated GTC Thread for the United States of America :) N O T E: This is a post and guess thread. Here are the Rules; You get to earn: 1 points for guessing the right U.S. State ( There are currently 50 States in the U.S. plus Washington, D.C. and other...
  5. North and South America
    Duke Energy Center Charlotte, United States HEIGHT: 240m/787feet FLOORS: 50 floors COMPLETION: 2010 ARCHITECT: ? Duke Energy Center por jbtuohy, no Flickr
  6. North and South America
    Silver Towers New York, United States HEIGHT: 199m/653 feet FLOORS: 58 floors COMPLETION: 2009 ARCHITECT: Costas Kondylis & Partners Silver Towers por Nest Seekers International, no Flickr
  7. North and South America
    Barclay Tower New York, United States HEIGHT: 205m/672.6feet FLOORS: 56 floors COMPLETION: 2007 ARCHITECT: ?
  8. Classic Architecture
    Some of you were enjoying my older posts so I thought I would highlight various recently completed buildings. St. Martin's Episcopal Church - Houston, Texas‏ - Completed 2004 Exterior: Source: Source...
  9. Subways and Urban Transport
    Milwaukee- Milwaukee County Transit System (MCTS) Routes: 50 Fleet: 416 buses, all but four are New Flyers. Daily ridership: 166,600 Madison- Metro Transit (Metro) Routes: 64 Fleet: 209 buses, the vast majority are Gilligs with a hand full of old New Flyers. Daily ridership: 58,700 ...
  10. Economy and Infrastructure
    Winter Season opens in Georgia`s Gudauri ski-resort
  11. General Photography
    United States The United States of America (also referred to as the United States, the U.S., the USA, or America) is a federal constitutional republic comprising fifty states and a federal district. The country is situated mostly in central North America, where its forty-eight contiguous states...
  12. Midwest and Plains
    Click to Enlarge Courtesy of jerekeys Crosley Radio Factory
  13. Economy and Infrastructure
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