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Oil Painting ‘Bernardino Luini – The Virgin And Child With Saint John, Late 1510s’ 8 x 11 inch / 20 x 28 cm , on High Definition HD canvas prints is for Gifts And Basement, Gym And Laundry Roo decor

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Beautiful Paint on Canvas no frame, no stretch ,Bernardino Luini – The Virgin and Child with Saint John, late 1510s, is for Home Decoration, or Wall Art Decoration, Home Decor. There are fiber canvas, cotton canvas, or linen canvas. And it is also the best gift for your relatives, or girl friend and boy friend…. More >>

Oil Painting ‘Bernardino Luini – The Virgin And Child With Saint John, Late 1510s’ 8 x 11 inch / 20 x 28 cm , on High Definition HD canvas prints is for Gifts And Basement, Gym And Laundry Roo decor

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The Train Show – Miniature Steam Locomotive – LILS – John Geib


John Geib shows us how he steams up his miniature steam locomotive engine. Videotaped at the Long Island Live Zteamers. www.longislandlivesteamers.org

23 comments - What do you think?  Posted by - December 21, 2012 at 9:35 pm

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Bump Starting 10 Horsepower John Lauson Hit miss engine John Deere Waterloo Boy


bumpstart bumpstarting Dad is shooting the video of me Bump Starting Genes 10 Horsepower John Lauson Hit and miss engine. Hit and miss engine Deere ABCDG GP GM MR 420 40 430 50 520 530 60 620 630 70 730 720 R 80 820 830 Waterloo Boy paintball warfare

17 comments - What do you think?  Posted by - September 17, 2012 at 10:35 pm

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John 3:16 – The Story of Love


“John 3:16 – The Story of Love” came from the movie Most (The Bridge), a beautiful Oscar-nominated movie and winner of many prestigios film festivals that tells the story of the close relationship between a bridge operator and his young son and the fateful day when both try to head off an impending rail disaster. A steam train full of hundreds of passengers are unaware of the danger as they head towards an open drawbridge. When a desperate young woman witnesses an act of virtue beyond imagination, her life is forever changed. This video is narrated by Reggie Dabbs through his sermon at Planetshakers Conference 2007. The message was inspirational that we decided to match it to the movie itself. Although throughout Reggie Dabbs sermon it appears that he’s making reference to the video, we were absent from the conference and made our best effort to combine the sermon to the movie. If you love what you see, please thumbs up to support us! #THECHURCHTOOLS @ thechurchtools.blogspot.com

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John Lasseter, the driving force behind Pixar

John Lasseter, the driving force behind Pixar
The computer animation company’s boyish visionary is back in the director’s chair for ‘Cars 2,’ a labor of love for the longtime gearhead. “Honnnnnk! Honnnnnk!” John Lasseter had explicit instructions about how the Galloping Goose, an antique steam train character in “Cars 2,” should look and sound, and he was delivering them with brio. It was January and the animation czar was making the hour …

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Are any of you descended from John Bradley who founded John Bradley and Co in 1800 in Stourbridge (UK)?

John Bradley and Co built the Stourbridge Lion, the first steam engine to run on a commercial railway in the United States.

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John Bull vintage steam Train


The John Bull is an early model steam engine, circa 1850’s. Brought over from England to America, it was the first true working train. Possibly this HO model is the only one of it’s kind. Special thanks to Milepost 38 for the DCC conversion.

12 comments - What do you think?  Posted by - September 15, 2009 at 11:37 pm

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