Governors Drive (US 431/AL 1) Railroad Crossing, Huntsville, AL



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This is the largest crossing on the HMCR and the largest crossing in Huntsville. The HMCR crosses seven lanes of traffic and a small painted median at this crossing.

Signal on the left: 6 pairs of Harmon 12×24 inch lights with Harmon Fading LEDs and a General Signals Type-2 electronic bell.
Signal on the right: 6 pairs of Harmon 12×24 inch lights with Harmon Fading LEDs and a General Signals Type-2 electronic bell.

Palace of the Governors



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The Palace of the Governors, in Santa Fe New Mexico, originally served as the seat of government of the Spanish colony of Nuevo Mexico, which at one time comprised the present-day states of Texas, Arizona, Utah, Colorado, Nevada, California, and New Mexico.

For more videos of the local area

National Museum of Nuclear Science and History Part 1
National Museum of Nuclear Science and History Part 2
Old Town Albuquerque
San Felipe De Neri Church
Los Alamos Historical Museum
Fuller Lodge in Los Alamos
Tour Inside White Sands Missile Range Museum
Tour Outside White Sands Missile Range Museum
VIsit White Sands Monument
Palace of the Governors
Toy Train Alamogordo
Santa Fe NM

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Governor’s Storm Update – 09/18/18



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Governor McMaster and Team South Carolina update us on storm recovery, cleanup, and river flooding.
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