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Giant Commercial Grade Santa In Airplane Christmas Display Decoration
Giant Commercial Grade Santa In Airplane Christmas Display Decoration

Santa is getting more hip each and every year! This year he is replacing his sleigh and reindeer with something a bit more modern....An Airplane!
Item #98-29379-001
This display features Santa emptying his gift sac as he travels the friendly sky's.
Perfect for shopping malls, hotels, office buildings, Christmas wonderlands, or anywhere that commands attention with the vertical ceiling height to display it.
Made of durable fiberglass
Measures: 51" High x 55" Wide x 62" Deep
Color: Red and silver airplane. Santa is in his traditional red and white attire with a green and white stripe scarf
Suitable for indoor or outdoor use
This heavy duty commercial grade piece is UV treated and has been specially designed to withstand the elements to last for years
Note: Requires method of hanging (not included)

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Leclaire Yard Area Abandoned & Existing Tracks
Leclaire Yard Area Abandoned & Existing Tracks
Abandoned Railroad Lines In My Area: Green=Abandoned Norfolk Southern(NS) lines (ex- Illinois Terminal Railroad[ITC]) abandoned in 1999, and were abandoned in 1999. The portion between Horseshoe Lake and Mont Junction is still railbanked due to large untapped coal reserves left in Maryville, Collinsville, and Troy. A large portion of these lines were once Troy & Eastern Railroad tracks. Orange=Abandoned Union Pacific(UP) line (ex- Chicago & North Western[CNW]) abandoned March 2000, and I should also mention that before CNW bought out this line in the 1950s, it was originally built & owned by the Litchfield & Madison(L&M) Railway. This represents one of 21% of abandoned lines in America that had been attempted to become railbanked and failed. Had these 21% of the lines been approved for railbanking, 56.8% of lines abandoned since railbanking began in 1982 would have been railbanked, but in stead, due to the 21% that weren't approved, only 36.8% of lines abandoned since 1982 were railbanked. In total, there are 14,184 miles of post-1982 abandoned railroad lines in America, and in stead of 8056.5 miles being saved by railbanking, only the 36.8% (or 5079 miles) of those have actually been railbanked. For some reason the Surface Transportation Board(STB) denied 21% of the railbanking requests. How stupid. Yellow=Abandoned NS (ex- Wabash) Spur Line to downtown Edwardsville, abandoned 1988 Black=Abandoned NS Line (ex- Nickel Plate Road[NKP]), abandoned in 2000, originally built in 1882 as a narrow gauge line (the Toledo, Cincinnati & St. Louis) and converted to narrow gauge in 1889, and was the first railroad built through Glen Carbon. It eventually in the 1920s was merged with the New York, Chicago, & St. Louis, more commonly known as the Nickel Plate Road. The ONE AND ONLY Light Green Line=Abandoned ITC Interurban Electric Line, abandoned in the late 1950s Red=Still existing & operating train tracks There are 7 mainlines that have been abandoned in Madison County. Madison County has sufffered more railroad abandonments than anywhere else in the St. Louis area, and most of the lines that were abandoned were abandoned between 1999-2001. Four were abandoned by the NS, one by UP, one by BN, and one by the ITC. The one line that I think could have most likely been saved was the ex-NKP Cloverleaf Sub, as the BNSF could have bought it to connect between their St. Louis lines and their Beardstown Subdivision in Sorento, Illinois, which, had they bought it, would have eliminated their need for trackage rights on the UP Pana Sub, which connects them to their Beardstown Sub from St. Louis at Toland, Illinois (near Walshville, or about 10 miles south of Litchfield). The BNSF still uses trackage rights on the Pana Sub, and operates on those trackage rights daily, so they could have saved the ex-Cloverleaf. But, that is a moot point.
Abandoned & Existing Glen Carbon-Edwardsville-Maryville-Troy-Collinsville Railroad Lines
Abandoned & Existing Glen Carbon-Edwardsville-Maryville-Troy-Collinsville Railroad Lines
Abandoned Railroad Lines In My Area: Green=Abandoned Norfolk Southern(NS) lines (ex- Illinois Terminal Railroad[ITC]), and most of these lines were originally Troy & Eastern(T&E) lines before ITC owned them, abandoned in 1999. The portion between Horseshoe Lake and Mont Junction is still railbanked due to large untapped coal reserves left in Maryville, Collinsville, and Troy. Orange=Abandoned Union Pacific(UP) line (ex- Chicago & North Western[CNW]) abandoned March 2000, and I should also mention that before CNW bought out this line in the 1950s, it was originally built & owned by the Litchfield & Madison(L&M) Railway. This represents one of 21% of abandoned lines in America that had been attempted to become railbanked and failed. Had these 21% of the lines been approved for railbanking, 56.8% of lines abandoned since railbanking began in 1982 would have been railbanked, but in stead, due to the 21% that weren't approved, only 36.8% of lines abandoned since 1982 were railbanked. In total, there are 14,184 miles of post-1982 abandoned railroad lines in America, and in stead of 8056.5 miles being saved by railbanking, only the 36.8% (or 5079 miles) of those have actually been railbanked. For some reason the Surface Transportation Board(STB) denied 21% of the railbanking requests. How stupid. Yellow=Abandoned NS Line (ex- Wabash) Spur Line to downtown Edwardsville, abandoned 1988 Black=Abandoned NS Line (ex- Nickel Plate Road[NKP]), abandoned in 2000, originally built in 1882 as a narrow gauge line (the Toledo, Cincinnati & St. Louis) and converted to narrow gauge in 1889, and was the first railroad built through Glen Carbon. It eventually in the 1920s was merged with the New York, Chicago, & St. Louis, more commonly known as the Nickel Plate Road. Red=Still existing & operating train tracks Blue=Abandoned Illinois Central Railroad (IC) line, abandoned in 1982 There are 7 mainlines that have been abandoned in Madison County. Madison County has sufffered more railroad abandonments than anywhere else in the St. Louis area, and most of the lines that were abandoned were abandoned between 1999-2001. Four were abandoned by the NS, one by UP, one by BN, and one by the ITC. The one line that I think could have most likely been saved was the ex-NKP Cloverleaf Sub, as the BNSF could have bought it to connect between their St. Louis lines and their Beardstown Subdivision in Sorento, Illinois, which, had they bought it, would have eliminated their need for trackage rights on the UP Pana Sub, which connects them to their Beardstown Sub from St. Louis at Toland, Illinois (near Walshville, or about 10 miles south of Litchfield). The BNSF still uses trackage rights on the Pana Sub, and operates on those trackage rights daily, so they could have saved the ex-Cloverleaf. But, that is a moot point.

airplane christmas decorations
airplane christmas decorations
6 Foot Animated Christmas Inflatable Santa Claus Driving Airplane + Snowman Blow up Yard Decoration
Please Check Out Our Other BZBGOODS Halloween and Christmas Decorations! This is the best gift or decor to take family holiday photos with. This Animated Inflatable Santa Claus on Airplane is a must-have to complete your Christmas. With self-inflating design, this Animated Inflatable Santa Claus on Airplane will be presented in front of you in seconds. The weatherproof design allows both indoor and outdoor use. With the lights, its is the perfect decoration at your front door or backyard at night. Worried about storage? Simply let the air out and fold it! It's thin like a paper. Instructions included. Caution: Do not inflate during storms or strong winds. Protect fan and power cord from water. Not for use in temperatures below 14 degrees F (or -10 degrees C). Not for children under 3 years. Add some cheer to your display this Christmas and share the joy of the wonderful festival with Santa & BZBGOODS.

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