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SmartWallArt – Traffic Tools Series Wall Art Framed painting Vintage Steam Engine Locomotive Train Moving Down Railroad Track Towards Camera Picture For Modern Home Decoration

  • Registered Brand: SmartWallArt® EAN: 86777640
  • Size:36x24inch. Total Size:91.5cmx61cm(hang on the wall).
  • Your order will be shipped out within 3-4 days,it always needs 7-10 working days arrive.Due to different brand of monitors,actual wall art colors may be slightly different from the product image.
  • Use high quality printing ink,print on canvas.The color of the painting is full and will never fade.Edges are also painted to insure the perfect artistic effect.Corners are protected by folded cardboard.Each panel is wrapped by plastic bag to stay away from contamination.
  • Ready and easy to hang.Streched and Framed by environmental protection real wood,will never deformation.Metal hooks and Invisible nails will be sended with painting.

Product Description
About SmartWallArt
SmartWallArt is the Modern Home decoration supplier on Amazon.We always do our best to supply high quality High Definition Giclee Print wall art paintings.The wall art is a perfect choice for Modern Home Decoration or Office Decoration,also is ideal gift for your Family and Friends.
There are tons of various styles of paintings in our store for you to choose.Such as Abstract,Realistic,Features, Wildlife Animal,Natural Landscape,Stil… More >>

SmartWallArt – Traffic Tools Series Wall Art Framed painting Vintage Steam Engine Locomotive Train Moving Down Railroad Track Towards Camera Picture For Modern Home Decoration

Be the first to comment - What do you think?  Posted by - March 29, 2017 at 10:33 pm

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SmartWallArt – Traffic Tools Series Wall Art Framed 3 Panels painting Vintage Steam Engine Locomotive Train Moving Down Railroad Track Towards Camera Picture For Modern Home Decoration

  • Registered Brand: SmartWallArt® EAN: 86777640
  • Size:16x32inch*3. Total Size:122cmx81cm(hang on the wall).
  • Your order will be shipped out within 3-4 days,it always needs 7-10 working days arrive.Due to different brand of monitors,actual wall art colors may be slightly different from the product image.
  • Use high quality printing ink,print on canvas.The color of the painting is full and will never fade.Edges are also painted to insure the perfect artistic effect.Corners are protected by folded cardboard.Each panel is wrapped by plastic bag to stay away from contamination.
  • Ready and easy to hang.Streched and Framed by environmental protection real wood,will never deformation.Metal hooks and Invisible nails will be sended with painting.

Product Description
About SmartWallArt
SmartWallArt is the Modern Home decoration supplier on Amazon.We always do our best to supply high quality High Definition Giclee Print wall art paintings.The wall art is a perfect choice for Modern Home Decoration or Office Decoration,also is ideal gift for your Family and Friends.
There are tons of various styles of paintings in our store for you to choose.Such as Abstract,Realistic,Features, Wildlife Animal,Natural Landscape,Stil… More >>

SmartWallArt – Traffic Tools Series Wall Art Framed 3 Panels painting Vintage Steam Engine Locomotive Train Moving Down Railroad Track Towards Camera Picture For Modern Home Decoration

Be the first to comment - What do you think?  Posted by - February 22, 2017 at 9:34 pm

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SmartWallArt – Traffic Tools Series Wall Art Framed 5 Panels painting Vintage Steam Engine Locomotive Train Moving Down Railroad Track Towards Camera Picture For Modern Home Decoration

  • Registered Brand: SmartWallArt® EAN: 86777640
  • Size:10x16inch*2+8x20inch*2+8x24inch*1. TOTAL Size:112x61cm(hang on the wall).
  • Your order will be shipped out within 3-4 days,it always needs 7-10 working days arrive.Due to different brand of monitors,actual wall art colors may be slightly different from the product image.
  • Use high quality printing ink,print on canvas.The color of the painting is full and will never fade.Edges are also painted to insure the perfect artistic effect.Corners are protected by folded cardboard.Each panel is wrapped by plastic bag to stay away from contamination.
  • Ready and easy to hang.Streched and Framed by environmental protection real wood,will never deformation.Metal hooks and Invisible nails will be sended with painting.

Product Description
About SmartWallArt
SmartWallArt is the Modern Home decoration supplier on Amazon.We always do our best to supply high quality High Definition Giclee Print wall art paintings.The wall art is a perfect choice for Modern Home Decoration or Office Decoration,also is ideal gift for your Family and Friends.
There are tons of various styles of paintings in our store for you to choose.Such as Abstract,Realistic,Features, Wildlife Animal,Natural Landscape,Stil… More >>

SmartWallArt – Traffic Tools Series Wall Art Framed 5 Panels painting Vintage Steam Engine Locomotive Train Moving Down Railroad Track Towards Camera Picture For Modern Home Decoration

Be the first to comment - What do you think?  Posted by - February 15, 2017 at 9:32 pm

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MÁV 220 (previously Ia) class steam engine moving on the turntable


MÁV (Hungarian State Railroads) 220 (previously Ia) class steam engine moving on on the turntable during the 10th anniversary of the Hungarian Railway History Park on July 11, 2010.

Be the first to comment - What do you think?  Posted by - May 6, 2012 at 10:39 pm

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Moving a 100 Ton Stationary Steam Engine


Mike, The Tod Engine Heritage Park in Youngstown, Ohio has a project that we want you to help with. We found a 108 year old stationary steam engine in a steel mill, and next year we will most likely be dismantling and moving that engine to our industrial museum. All of the physical dismantling work will be performed by our volunteers, and I would like for you to come to Ohio and volunteer along with us as we save this piece of America’s industrial heritage. This is a once in a lifetime opportunity as these engines are just about extinct and this is probably the largest unpreserved steam engine in the US. If interested in our project please contact me and we can discuss it further. Thanks

13 comments - What do you think?  Posted by - February 3, 2011 at 9:38 pm

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Moving Minds: Great Opportunity for the Internal Communication Team

It is often said that moving home is one of the primary causes of stress in modern society. Whether we spend hours planning it or just go with the flow, it involves lots of emotional upheaval and significant change. Now considering that, according to the International Stress Management Association, more than half of us experience stress at work and one in four take time off because of it, it doesn’t require a giant leap to appreciate how office moves can be an extremely unsettling experience to a workforce.

So, when the rumor mill begins and people start to hear the rumblings of an office move, a whole series of mixed emotions begin to appear. While there will be those who can’t wait to leave their current location, there are often many more who will need to be prized away. After many years at the same desk, creating a space which is comfortable and familiar, to be suddenly told that all of this is going to change, can lead to a lot of uncertainty. It is no longer practical to impose office moves on to people, as little is gained but confusion, resentment and disengagement. However, if a move is handled well, it can create quite the opposite effect.

By investing time and a little resource into managing the communication of a move, significant benefits can be achieved. Indeed, there are many examples of high-profile office Switches where internal communication has played a core role – from the various government department moves, through to the relocation of corporate HQs into, and out of, London.

One such move was undertaken by Ernst & Young, one of the largest professional services firms in the UK. In 2003, Ernst & Young completed the biggest move in its history, merging 13 offices in London into two state-of-the-art locations. The new head office, 1 More London Place, was opened in the autumn of that year and brought together more than 3,000 people in a single location for the first time.

Jenny Moss, senior internal communications manager and a member of the project move steam says: “The building was significantly larger than any of the previous offices in our estate and it required a step-change in the way people used the facilities on offer and, more importantly, real engagement before our people even set foot in it.”To achieve this, Ernst & Young put together a dedicated internal communications team, which led the program. The team developed communication channels ranging from a moves intranet, through to regular site visits and Q&A sessions. Most importantly, it began engaging with the workforce more than a year before their location, to give them time to ask questions, Visit the site and to fully understand what the move meant and what changes would be required from them.

According to Moss, the move from closed-door offices to an open-plan layout was welcomed. “By the time the people walked into the new location, they were aware of what to expect and were given lots of training and encouragement to use the new facilities and explore their new environment.” Meters and greeters ensured most people were fully operational within an hour of arriving at the new offices. Over the subsequent weeks, the communications team ran numerous orienteering sessions and various projects began to help the people utilize the new facilities as effectively as possible.

The moves programme has had some real commercial benefits and, as Moss concludes: “Our people say how much easier it is to working the building. They can hold impromptu meetings and build relationships far more effectively, which means an even better service to our clients.”

What Ernst & Young recognized early on, is that by maintaining a regular level of engagement with people, fear and uncertainty could be replaced with an expectation of what was coming. Disruption in the outgoing offices was minimized and a smooth transition was achieved at the incoming offices. People soon began feeling a sense of pride in their new workplace. Removing the negative elements –for example the worry of the unknown and the stress of change – can turn a potentially difficult time into a platform for positive change and means to demonstrate real employee engagement.

Many organizations have used major moves as a catalyst for general change. For the communicator, this can mean an opportunity to revisit existing communication channels and a time to implement latest thinking. For example, at the new Ernst & Young offices, a network of more than 50 plasma screens was installed to facilitate regular and timely electronic internal communication messages. This could never have been achieved in the existing offices due to the restrictions of the IT infrastructure and the cost.

But employee engagement during a move is not the reserve of the large corporate. A simple desk move of four people can quickly generate similar levels of discomfort to people involved and those around them. In fact, without adequate communication, the danger is that the rumor mill will take over and, before you know it, speculation is rife about the impending restructure of a department or the wholesale move to some obscure location. Consideration of the impact the smallest move might make is just as relevant as that of moving the corporate HQ. Perhaps the amount of time and resource allocated will be different, but the underlying reason for ensuring effective employee engagement doesn’t change.

Be the first to comment - What do you think?  Posted by - June 18, 2010 at 10:51 pm

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Will any steam trains be moving through north georgia in the future?

i am just wanting to know of any steam trains that will be passing through north georgia/atlanta area in the future, and what date will it be?

1 comment - What do you think?  Posted by - June 7, 2010 at 10:38 pm

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