Views:134|Rating:5.00|View Time:10:56Minutes|Likes:5|Dislikes:0 Curious to what I did a couple weekends ago? I roadtripped to Athens, GA to attend one of my oldest college friend’s wedding! See what we did and share this embodiment of love and devotion with me between two awesome people!!
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Views:2003|Rating:4.58|View Time:8:30Minutes|Likes:11|Dislikes:1 Once of the hidden charms of Greece! Mount Lycabettus offers the BEST views of Athens hands-down! Better than the Acropolis even!
You can walk right up to the top and not pay a penny, which is nice!
You have the option to take an underground train while runs through and under the mountain (However, to get to the start of the train, you must have walked a fair few stairs already! lol)… Plus, the journey to the top is what makes this place a great place to visit!
Mount Lycabettus (/ˌlaɪkəˈbɛtəs/), also known as Lycabettos, Lykabettos or Lykavittos (Greek: Λυκαβηττός, pronounced [likaviˈtos]), is a Cretaceous limestone hill in Athens, Greece at 300 meters (908 feet) above sea level. Pine trees cover its base, and at its two peaks are the 19th century Chapel of St. George, a theatre, and a restaurant.
The hill is a tourist destination and can be ascended by the Lycabettus Funicular, a funicular railway which climbs the hill from a lower terminus at Kolonaki (The railway station can be found at Aristippou street). Lycabettus appears in various legends. Popular stories suggest it was once the refuge of wolves, (lycos in Greek), which is possibly the origin of its name (means “the one [the hill] that is walked by wolves”). Mythologically, Lycabettus is credited to Athena, who created it when she dropped a limestone mountain she had been carrying from the Pallene peninsula for the construction of the Acropolis after the box holding Erichthonius was opened.
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MS. Travelling shot of motorcyclist escort that leads the President’s car into Athens. LS. Eisenhower standing in open car waving to crowd. King Paul of Greece is beside him. GV. Night shots of the Acropolis with crowds in f.g. awaiting the President. Various night shots of King Paul and Eisenhower standing in open car as it travels through the streets of Athens. GV. Panning shot of the motorcycle column that leads car, night shot and day shots. LS. Eisenhower and King Paul as they travel along road. Various shots of President Eisenhower and King Paul as they drive through Athens, night shots.
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Signal on the left: 2 pairs of WCH 12×24 inch lights with Leotek EV Series LEDs, an NEG electronic bell, a “Safetran” (Siemens) gate mechanism, and NEG LED gate lights.
Signal on the right: 2 pairs of WCH 12×24 inch lights with Leotek EV Series LEDs, an NEG electronic bell, a “Safetran” (Siemens) gate mechanism, and NEG LED gate lights.
After seeing the three trains on the NS Memphis District East End, I went over to the CSX S&NA North Subdivision to see about recording this crossing. However, I got rather lucky here as just as I was pulling up to it, I saw that a southbound mixed freight (IIRC, either Q513 or Q525) was just beginning to leave Athens siding (after meeting a northbound which had stopped in the siding). What was even better was the fact that the train had a Dash-8 leading an AC44CW, an ET44AH, and another AC44CW! This was the first time since August of 2017 that I had caught a CSX Dash-8 leading!
This crossing here features a pair of rather new signals, having been installed to replace a pair of crossbucks either late last year or earlier this year. The signals feature gate mechanisms with Safetran’s logo on them, a bit weirdly enough, though there seems to be a slight debate over whether these ones (and similar ones) were reused by the railroads, refurbished ones, or brand new ones with reused covers. Personally, I’m almost certain that these are brand new Siemens S-60s with reused Safetran covers on them, likely done when Siemens was redesigning the standard cover for their gate mechanisms, for the following reasons:
-The Safetran covers on these gate mechs are noticeably browner (rustier?) than the rest of the gate mechanism, even the part that the mechanism is attached to. If they were reused gate mechs from elsewhere on the railroads, then they would most likely be all the same color.
-The cover is the same design as the last covers that were made with the Safetran branding, prior to Invensys Rail doing away with the Safetran brand in 2011. If they were reused gate mechs from elsewhere on the railroads, then they would most likely feature an older design.
-NS and CSX were both installing these at the same time, and prior to installing these, both railroads were using the Siemens gate mechanisms with the sticker logo. Both railroads also now use Siemens gate mechanisms with the cast-on logo.
Right on the other side of the crossing is one of the sirens in the Brownsferry Nuclear Power Plant warning system, used to alert the public to evacuate in case there’s a melt-down or some other serious issue at the plant, as well as general warning about other disasters (such as tornadoes). For those curious, the siren is a Federal Signal 508 siren. These sirens get tested at 9:15 AM on the second Monday of every month (assuming the weather is “good” on that day), so make sure to bring hearing protection should you plan to be out at this crossing around that time.
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Views:16081|Rating:4.95|View Time:15:12Minutes|Likes:584|Dislikes:6 In today’s vlog I’m visiting Danielle Carolan & Brooke Miccio in Athens, GA w/ Kenzie Elizabeth! We have a very fall-themed weekend (thank GOD for cooler weather!), tour the University of Georgia campus, see A Star Is Born, record a podcast episode for Gals On The Go, & more!
Views:201|Rating:5.00|View Time:2:42Minutes|Likes:11|Dislikes:0 A CSX double stack / trailer train is southbound in Athens, Alabama bringing lots of snow. The lead locomotive has hit drifts on its way south.