Results tagged with 'trains'
Published Dec. 19, 2012
As we prepare to discard the calendar of a tumultuous and often nasty 2012 in Wisconsin, it's time to launch into 2013 with a clean slate and try to begin the year with no grudges and a spirit of compromise. Here's one man's Milwaukee wish list for Santa.
Published Sept. 22, 2012
Did you know Milwaukee is the birthplace of model railroading and continues to dominate in the hobby today? It's true, thanks to W. Walthers, Inc., a family-owned local business that was started in 1932.
Published Aug. 22, 2012
Maybe it's because I don't live in a big city like New York, but the "Premium Rush" idea of a lowly bike messenger being so crucial to a story seems pretty goofy. The Joseph Gordon-Levitt thriller seems pretty sane, however, when compared to these five other absurd transportation-based action films.
Published Feb. 21, 2011
Milwaukee Mayor Tom Barrett delivered his seventh State of the CIty speech today from the new Job Corps Center, 6665 N. 60th St.
Published Jan. 3, 2011
All this week, OnMilwaukee.com takes an in-depth look at how we get around with a special "Transportation Week," featuring all kinds of stories about how Milwaukee gets where it's going.
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I saw the beautiful set up of wagons and tents on Monday July 6th at the lakefront. So timeless to see the circus in town after a six year absence. View the beautiful scenes here:http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=P1WYLe2-Pms
Monday April 14th, 2008 - Chicago, ILStrange day today. On my way home from WLS the train I was on broke down smack in the middle of nowhere and we were all marooned like the passengers of the S.S. Minnow. It took everyone by surprise as the train stopped moving and we just sat. And we sat. And w...
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