dang the sjws invaded the general assembly this morning am i right
Groningen - Hudiksvall in January 2001 was a two day trip (four if you count the return) with several trains from Groningen to MalmŲ via Germany and Denmark (Zwolle - Deventer - OsnabrŁck - Bremen - Hamburg - LŁbeck - KÝbenhavn) and then the night train to Stockholm and then another train to Hudiksvall.
Milan and Odense were done between dawn and dusk. Milan in December 2017 without issues (to via Bern, back via ZŁrich); Odense in January 2019 was scheduled via KÝbenhavn but due to an accident on the Storebśltbro that route was blocked so I travelled via Flensburg and Kolding (which turned out to be shorter but with more changes).
I've only ever used the metro train to visit the amusement park cause screw paying for parking.
Keep up the good work.
One time I was on the KC Mo to Chicago run of the 2,265 mi (3,645 km) southwest chief. I mean it was cool to see the scenery but we only got there like 45 minutes faster than taking the interstate.
The biggest problem with passenger rail in the US and Canada is that itís just stupidity uneconomical. Both countries are huge and spread out so 90% of the time itís cheaper to drive and faster to fly. The only profitable Amtrak routes are on eastern seaboard and the west coast because of the really dense population.
Sweet but let's see what Van says. Also, the Canal Authority is way too large...for just a canal authority. That place needs to be more than just a canal authority for it to be larger than Estonia or mainland Denmark.
No settlements in the mountains...see this is why we never made you guys Mahangs :P
They sure did. Jesus Christ.
This is the final straw for me. Goodbye, Trash Assembly.
"You inform the World Assembly that The Kingdom of Agadar will no longer participate in its corrupt, hollow debates. From this moment forward, your nation is on its own."
At least even the site owner recognizes how trash it is.
Freight trains get right of way because the freight companies own and maintain the tracks and Amtrak just pays to use them
If it was really 200k determined people running as fast as they could towards the base, they would have to mobilize a very large portion of the military to stop it.
However, theres not going to be that many and they would all get stopped the second Humvees pointed their guns at them.
4 is your most convincing argument in my eyes
You're missing a sport there
you know which one
I am from the U.K and I have never ever ever in all my life heard someone say "How's tricks?"