Your best "old Structure" pic

Discussion in 'Photos' started by EbarDP48, Mar 30, 2006.

  1. Schtum

    Schtum Free Genie

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    Hey....it's a Renault Dauphine, c. 1963. I learned to drive in one of those, it had a wet linered 845 cc engine which made all of 26.5 bhp in the rear, a three on the floor stick shift and a swing-axle at the rear....:eek1
  2. grizz

    grizz Been here awhile

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    Got a few..... not sure which is the favourite, maybe the last one.


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  3. grizz

    grizz Been here awhile

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    Guess these taken in Jersey Island last year count too......

    First , Orientation.....

    Jersey, close to France in the English channel.

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    World War 2 bunkers.
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    Same tower, close up.
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    Grosnez Castle.
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    Roman Baths...... Bath, England.

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    River Avon, Bath , England.
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    Bath Abbey, Bath, England, along with the Fairy bird.
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    Canterbury Catherdral gate, Ganterbury, England, 2 weeks ago.

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  4. andy29847

    andy29847 Dirt Road Rider

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    The Kershaw House was used as a headquarters for the British Army during the Revolutionary War.
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  5. Pikasso

    Pikasso I'm no painter, though!

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    arghhhh... I did!!!!!:eek1
  6. Basic

    Basic Adventurer

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    This is the main street of Khirbat Tannur in Jordan. Probably deserted since centuries. Pretty cool to ride on a road over a 1000 years old.

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  7. McB

    McB Joe 40 ouncer

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  8. GS Spirit

    GS Spirit Downsizing

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    In Guffey, not the oldest or the coolest I have ever seen but it was cool enough to get me to stop and take a picture.

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  9. larryboy

    larryboy Chopper Rider

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    what a dump that town is. nice selection of old cars though. the post office was the nicest building there.

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  10. Mr. G

    Mr. G Normal Dude

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    Darwin still has an active population, maybe 50 or so. It's not quite a ghost town yet. There's a sculptor / sculptress there who makes some pretty nice stuff.

    We were last there in high season....:evil They were preparing to have a dance in the "Darwin Dance Hall"

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    And inside the dance hall

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    The Sculpture Shop

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  11. razor1

    razor1 BMW Performance Center

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    Found this one today. Doing some big adventure riding on the 50!

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  12. wpbarlow

    wpbarlow Long timer

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    Found this on a ride today

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    sTE610vE Long timer

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  14. GSdreamer

    GSdreamer Mtn. Man

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  15. scottcolbath

    scottcolbath Long timer

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    Taken today on Constellation Rd. outside Wickenburg.
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  16. eric_the_bald

    eric_the_bald Gnome

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    A couple in Colorado...
    Old homestead near Lasalle pass
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    The inside view
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    Can't believe nobody's posted this Death Valley favorite yet!
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  17. ephemeris

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  18. motoxusa

    motoxusa Biker Dude

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    The following photos were taken in Mexico.

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    An adobe house in Satevo

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    A Tarahumara indian family

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    The hacienda of Alexander R. Shepherd which was built in the 1880's in the Mexican town of Batopilas in the Copper Canyon. Shepherd, who was the last Govenor of Washnton, D.C. owned the silver mines in the canyon.


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    The Pacquime ruins in Casas Grande

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    Hacienda de San Diego, once the property of Luis Terrazaz, the former Govenor of the State of Chihuahua.
  19. Foto Veloce

    Foto Veloce The Free Radical

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    Wow.. how increditly Cold War. Ominious looking. Was there a mountain or ridge on the other side to receive the signal or something? Looks like the remains of a transmitter building at the foot of the structure. Cool find! :clap
  20. Frogwell

    Frogwell Been here awhile

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    Just remembered another one. For the Monty Python fans - Doune Castle

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