The Pebble Creek Ski Area was originally called the Skyline Ski Area. This photo was taken there in the 1940s. View more old photos of the area at http://yesteryear.idahostatejournal.com #pebblecreekskiarea #idahohistory #photo #idaho #skihill #coololdphoto
1890's, Yokohama. Isezakicho, Theater Street, Yokohama. The area between Isezakicho and Nigiwai-cho was known among foreigners as Theater Street. Since around 1877 (Meiji 10), the street was filled with theaters, teahouses and restaurants which attracted lots of crowds and made this one of Yokohama’s most lively areas of the middle of the Meiji Period
Paulatuk is a hamlet located in the Inuvik Region of the Northwest Territories, Canada. It is located adjacent to Darnley Bay, in the Amundsen Gulf. The town was named for the coal that was found in the area in the 1920s, and the Siglitun spelling is Paulatuuq, "place of coal".
Shocking Old woman caught with dead baby strapped on her back in Lagos It was a shocking sight in Oshodi area of Lagos State when an elderly woman was caught strapping a dead baby on her back in broad daylight and when she was asked how she came about the corpse she could not explain leading people to believe she could have kidnapped the dead child for ritual purposes. play The old woman and the dead baby on her back (Facebook) The old woman and the dead baby on her back Photo Credit…
*At 4:10 am, the RMS Carpathia arrived at the site of the sinking and began rescuing survivors. By 8:30 am, she picked up the last lifeboat with survivors and left the area at 08:50 bound for Pier 54 in New York City. Of the 711 passengers and crew rescued by the Carpathia, six, including first class passenger William F. Hoyt, either died in a lifeboat during the night or on board the Carpathia the next morning, and were buried at sea.
Photographer Ivan Hafizov takes photos of old window casings all over Russia in rural towns and villages. Interesting how they all reflect a specific character of the area they come from. I love to look at the reflections in the glass, and sometimes you can have a peek through the windows.
Viewers of KFOR-TV sent in hundreds of photos of the tornado that moved through Moore, Oklahoma, and the surrounding area. During large weather events the internet is filled with old, wrong, and sometimes even fake photos claiming to be of whatever storm is in the news. Here are 10 photos confirmed to be of the actual tornado impacting the Moore, Oklahoma, area on May 20, courtesy of KFOR.com.