TGV travelling at 574 kph
You don’t want to get caught on the tracks when this bad boy come through.
Dang, that’s fast.
(Source: peterfromtexas, via class55rock)
So… someone made a Skyrim mod where all the dragons are replaced with Thomas the Tank Engine characters and it’s the funniest fucking thing I have ever seen. (Watch the video, you won’t regret it.)
Above, the World-Eater sits in the flaming wreckage of Helgen.
H! Check this out! I laughed for like ten minutes straight!
Well just wait until the Fat Controller hears about this.
I’ve actually seen one of these notes in person.
That just sucks so much its sad.
The Ffestiniog Railway Steam Train by Emma_Muller_Photography on Flickr.
The Ffestiniog Railway is the oldest independent railway company in the World - being founded by an Act of Parliament in 1832. The railway was built as a gravity and horse drawn line to transport slate from the quarries in the mountains around Blaenau Ffestiniog.
Bazyl walking like a lady ;)
Reblogged for being a picture of a cat on the internet that doesn’t depict the cat doing something goofy.
"the cutest typhlosion in the world" for nychnymph!!
I can’t wait to move my Typhlosion to Y so I can love her up in Pokémon-Amie.
ho ho ho
shit down my throat
Merry Pissmas! :D
(Source: sithmama, via veederp)
Train Spotting In Amongst ‘Em - 1958 by Sir Hectimere on Flickr.
Train spotters have infiltrated the sacred perimeters of Nine Elms MPD in the school summer holidays of 1958. N15 No. 30774 “Sir Gaheris,” a 70A resident, gets ‘copped’ as she undergoes a tube clean out, the fitter totally oblivious to the trespassers in their midst. The tender alongside belongs to a ‘Schools’ class engine unfortunately annonymous after all these years. “Sir Gaheris” was withdrawn in January 1960 and scrapped at Eastleigh Works soon after,
Steam of Consciousness
Handmade polyurethane skull (1/2 scale) with fully functioning custom built miniature steam engine.
Materials: Brass, carbon steel, stainless steel, glass, polyurethane, and wood.
Size: 6” x 9” (15 cm x 23 cm) including glass dome. Christopher Conte
This would be amazing atop a matching automaton body…
The overlap between skull fans and steam fans.
Steam Train by Jim Mead on Flickr.