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    Cool pic of Memorial and Pinnacle Bank Arena


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    excellent!

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    When the USPS closes can they tear that building down and put up a parking lot?
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    Quote Originally Posted by BIGRED..CHEESEHED View Post
    When the USPS closes can they tear that building down and put up a parking lot?
    Haha, good one. That PO is an eyesore isn't it?

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    Quote Originally Posted by BIGRED..CHEESEHED View Post
    When the USPS closes can they tear that building down and put up a parking lot?
    Not getting mail would suck.

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    Quote Originally Posted by PimpMario View Post
    Not getting mail would suck.
    Seriously mail is highly overated....but not wishing to hijack.........GREAT PIC....will be back in Lincoln in a couple weeks....looks like a trip to The Oven in the Haymarket is in order.....
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    Quote Originally Posted by BIGRED..CHEESEHED View Post
    Seriously mail is highly overated....but not wishing to hijack.........GREAT PIC....will be back in Lincoln in a couple weeks....looks like a trip to The Oven in the Haymarket is in order.....
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    Thanks for the pic!
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    Wonderful vertical panorama. Wow! Thanks.
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    I love the coal train running just to the east of PNB.

    Other than farming, nothing screams Nebraska to me more than those mile-long Union Pacific coal trains, hauling fossil fuels out of Wyoming's Powder River Basin back east. Wyoming produces 40% of the coal in the United States, and nearly all of it comes streaking back across the plains of my favorite state.

    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Powder_River_Basin
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    Quote Originally Posted by DuckTownHusker View Post
    I love the coal train running just to the east of PNB.

    Other than farming, nothing screams Nebraska to me more than those mile-long Union Pacific coal trains, hauling fossil fuels out of Wyoming's Powder River Basin back east. Wyoming produces 40% of the coal in the United States, and nearly all of it comes streaking back across the plains of my favorite state.

    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Powder_River_Basin
    Having grown up in Alliance I agree, except there it was the BN. When I lived in CO and OR people would comment on how long a certain train may be and I would laugh, you aint seen nothin!

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    Quote Originally Posted by The Impaler View Post
    Having grown up in Alliance I agree, except there it was the BN. When I lived in CO and OR people would comment on how long a certain train may be and I would laugh, you aint seen nothin!
    Same goes for Oregonians complaining about snow or "hail."

    Hail: (noun) 1. Interchangeable with the term "sleet" in the Pacific Northwest. 2. Elsewhere; frozen chunks of ice the size of tennis balls. Eg. Bob wondered why his car had no dents despite the weatherman's prediction of hail. Bob is a Nebraskan living in Oregon.
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    Quote Originally Posted by ThotDoc View Post
    That is very cool!! When is the estimated competion date for the new arena?
    WIll be open for the 2013 season just as the stadium expansion.

    Quote Originally Posted by DuckTownHusker View Post
    Same goes for Oregonians complaining about snow or "hail."

    Hail: (noun) 1. Interchangeable with the term "sleet" in the Pacific Northwest. 2. Elsewhere; frozen chunks of ice the size of tennis balls. Eg. Bob wondered why his car had no dents despite the weatherman's prediction of hail. Bob is a Nebraskan living in Oregon.
    Haha, so true, when I lived there my worked closed for 3 days, I looked out my window and there was just a dusting of snow. Turned out to be that storm back in '08 that shut down the whole PNW around Christmas.

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    Quote Originally Posted by The Impaler View Post
    WIll be open for the 2013 season just as the stadium expansion.
    Thanks, will have to schedule a winter tip to catch a game.
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    Quote Originally Posted by DuckTownHusker View Post
    I love the coal train running just to the east of PNB.

    Other than farming, nothing screams Nebraska to me more than those mile-long Union Pacific coal trains, hauling fossil fuels out of Wyoming's Powder River Basin back east. Wyoming produces 40% of the coal in the United States, and nearly all of it comes streaking back across the plains of my favorite state.

    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Powder_River_Basin
    Unfortunately, those tracks there belong to Burlington Northern.







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